Controls and Features
The top five full extension drawers each
hold eight bottles, two deep with the necks
front to back or nine bottles,
with necks pointing
The bottom two full extension
six bottles each and are loaded with necks
facing the rear. Tall bottles should not be
loaded on the bottom drawer because
they may prevent the door from closing,
8 bottle arrangement
9 bottle arrangement
The bottles on the top full extension
drawer, directly under the light, will be
exposed to a slightly higher temperature
when the light is on. Position your wines
and remember to turn off
the light when it is no longer needed.
Keep wines that you plan to use for
drinking and entertaining
the front half of the full extension
where labels are completely
wines for aging or longer term storage in
Do not allow children to climb, stand or
hang on the wine reserve full extension
drawers. They could seriously injure
and possibly cause damage
to the wine reserve.
In general, temperatures
at the bottom
of the cabinet will be cooler than
at the top of the cabinet.
Position your wine inventory
(i.e., white wines in the cooler zones and
red wines in the warmer zones).
The full extension drawer fronts on the wine
reserve are unfinished cherry wood. During
use, oil from hands may accumulate
stain the wood.
• The drawer fronts mug be stained and
sealed to match adjacent cabinetry,
tinted glass will make the stained wood
appear darker, A true color match can be
seen only when the door is opened.
• Apply the stain and sealer according
odor, keep the door open to
and allow the stain/sealer
before using the product.
NOTE: Natural wood may vary
grain and colon