Using the wine cooler
To start the wine cooler and set the
Switch on the wine cooler by pressing the power
Setting the temperature
Press the buttons until the desired temperature
flashes in the temperature display (The temperature
can be set between +6°C and +17°C.)
"+" raises the temperature.
"-" lowers the temperature.
Once set, the temperature display shows the current
temperature inside the cabinet.
NOTE: The controllable area is limited by a
room temperature of 17°C or below.
Allow the cabinet to run for a period of 24 hours
whenever the temperature setting is changed. This
will allow the temperature to stabilise inside the
It is not necessary to reset the temperature when the
cabinet is switched on after it has been out of use.
The thermostat recalls the previously set
Temperature inside the wine cooler
NOTE: The picture shows the coldest and warmest
places inside the fridge. (+ warm, - cold)
The amount of time to store wine depends on its
maturity, type of grape, alcohol content, and dis-
solved fructose and tannins. When purchasing your
wine, find out whether it is mature or if it will im-
prove over time.
In the lower part of the cooler. Cold air prolongs
the time to maturity. Accordingly, store old and ma-
ture wine as well as wine you would like to store for
a long time in the lower portion of the cooler. The
lower part should also be used to store wine that is
to be served cold.
In the upper part of the cooler. In the upper part,
store wine that you wish to let further mature, wines
that are served at a warmer temperature, and those
wines you intend to consume relatively soon.
Store the bottles lying down so that the corks do
not dry out.
Store the wine in the dark. The cooler doors are
made with double-paned glass with a dark coating.
This will protect the wine against light damage if the
cooler is placed in a well-lit area.
Avoid turning on the light in the cooler too often
or for too long. The wine should be stored in the
Handle the bottles with care, so that the wine is
Heed any advice and recommendations given at
the time of purchase or in the professional literature
concerning the wine's quality, durability and optimal
Recommended storage temperatures:
- for white wines +10 to +12°C
- for rosé wines and light red wines +12 to +16°C
- for champagne and sparkling wines +6 to +8°C
If you stack several bottles on top of one another,
make sure they do not touch the cabinet's cooling
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