Show off your collection in style.

By Katie Macdonald
Updated May 27, 2020
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Whether you’re starting a collection of high-end vintages or just need more shelf space for your milk and eggs, there’s one appliance any wine lover should consider: a wine fridge. Leaving bottles at room temperature for more than a month can cause the corks to expand and contract, letting in wine-ruining oxygen. The consistent, regulated temperature of a wine fridge not only extends (and even enhances) the flavor and aroma of your investment, but there’s also the added bonus that your bottles are ready for pouring when the mood strikes.

And since wine fridges can cost thousands of dollars, we were excited to see one of Wayfair’s most-loved models is an enticing 36% off. The NewAir 29-Bottle Wine Refrigerator typically retails for $900, but right now you can save $300 on the sleek, compact cooler. 

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Designed for the ultimate wine enthusiast, the appliance features two separate temperature zones that you can adjust between 40 and 66 degrees Fahrenheit—that way, you can store your whites chilled and reds a tad bit warmer. Its sliding beechwood shelves hold 29 Bordeaux-sized bottles, while the triple-tempered glass door keeps cold air in and UV light out. Plus, it locks for a little extra security.

The fridge measures 15 inches wide and 34 inches tall and is engineered with a front-facing compressor fan, so it’s super quiet and easily fits under a kitchen counter. If you don’t have room for a built-in wine fridge, the timeless stainless steel finish looks equally impressive as a standalone, too.

The appliance has earned an impressive 4.7-star rating from nearly 500 reviews. Wayfair shoppers say they love the flexibility of two temperature zones as well as how quiet the fridge is. Many also describe how it is a perfect fit in kitchens, home bars, and outdoor spaces.

“The fact that it is less than 15 inches wide means you can store it in a number of places without having to dedicate too much space,” a reviewer said. “And the unit offers a good deal of flexibility including being able to mount the door to open on the left or right side, being able to use as a free standing unit or as a built-in, and the different clearance between the shelves to allow storage of different bottle sizes.”

No matter if you favor reds or whites, this dual-zone wine fridge has something for every collector. Head to Wayfair now to pick up your own NewAir 29-Bottle Wine Refrigerator while it’s deeply discounted. 

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To buy: $600 (originally $900); wayfair.com