SUMMIT SWC1926CSS is a full-sized wine cellar designed for optimum wine storage with user-friendly convenience.
Sized at just under 24" wide and 27" deep, the SWC1926CSS can store up to 171 standard 750ml Bordeaux bottles on slide-out wooden shelves. Alternatively, this unit can hold up to 128 wider Burgundy style bottles (typically used for Chardonnay or Pinot Noir) or a combination of 14 champagne bottles and 154 Bordeaux bottles. A digital thermostat makes it easy to adjust the temperature between 41°F and 72°F for red or white wine storage, with an LED temperature display that can be shown in Celsius or Fahrenheit. Recessed LED lighting offers an attractive touch. Additional features include a Sabbath mode setting, open door alarm, temperature memory function in case of power loss, and high temperature alarm for added protection.
The SWC1926CSS has stainless steel wrapped cabinet finish and reversible stainless steel trimmed glass door that offers a full display of the interior. A sleek stainless steel handle completes the look, and a factory installed lock offers added security. This unit can be used freestanding or built-in with extra rear clearance. See the user manual for more information.
With its ideal size and handy features, the SWC1926CSS is an elegant yet affordable wine cellar for full storage needs.
Large capacity - Interior can hold up to 171 standard 750ml Bordeaux style bottles. If using this wine cellar for wider Burgundy style bottles, you can hold up to 128. For champagne, the interior can hold 14 bottles (plus an additional 154 of the standard Bordeaux style)
Double pane tempered glass door - Slightly tinted glass provides full view of interior, with a stainless steel trim for added accent
Stainless steel wrapped cabinet - Exterior features 304 grade stainless steel for true luxury built to last
Digital thermostat - Intuitive electronic controls make it easy to manage the internal temperature of your collection
LED lighting - Recessed lighting offers an elegant, efficient view of your collection