Wine Enthusiast Montagny Wine Credenza - Brass Mesh With Two Wine Refrigerator 335-01-06-68
|Montagny Brass Mesh Credenza Dimensions||75"W x 25"D x 36"H|
When we reference bottle capacity for our wine cellars, we are referring to the maximum quantity of "standard" Bordeaux-size bottles that will fit into that cellar. In reality, as you can see from the chart above, there is no true standard size bottle these days as bottles come in varying styles, sizes and shapes. Some are extremely tall and thin (like a Riesling bottle), others are shorter yet wide at the shoulders (like the Pinot Noir or Turley bottle) and others are tall, wide and broad at the shoulders (like your large California red bottle). If you have any of these non "standard" Bordeaux size bottles in your collection, your capacity can be lower than what we state the unit can hold.
Here is our rule of thumb: If up to half of your collection consists of non-standard Bordeaux-size bottles, your maximum capacity may be reduced by 20-25%. If your collection consists mostly of these larger sized bottles, your maximum capacity may be reduced by as much as 40%. The one thing we do know is that all collections are different, and that's the great thing about collecting wine!.
"Life's too short to drink bad wine!"
Handsomely crafted mango wood makes a serious statement in rich charcoal finish. Rustic grated mesh doors on either side of this beautiful piece open up to reveal versatile shelves for wine bottles and glassware; shelves behind either door can easily be removed for placement of Evolution Beverage Center or 20 Bottle Wine Refrigerator. Pull out shelves in the cabinet center offer storage for up to 18 bottles of wine. A sleek top surface is great for use as a buffet or display area.
Pick Your Wine Fridge/Cooler:Wine Enthusiast Silent 28 Bottle Touchscreen Wine Refrigerator
Wine Enthusiast 20-Bottle Evolution Series Wine Refrigerator
Wine Enthusiast Evolution Series Wine & Beverage Center
**24 bottle & 28 bottle wine refrigerator options are not available to California due to California Energy Commission Energy Efficiency standards which regulates the appliance maximum annual energy consumption (kWh).