Introducing Dacor's New Built-In Wine Dispenser
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Introducing Dacor's New Built-In Wine Dispenser

Wine refrigeration is an art as much as it is a science, and Appliances Connection is proud to advance that art with this new Dacor wine dispenser. If you're in the market for wine refrigeration, this sleek Dacor wine station is sure to be the most talked-about appliance you can add to your kitchen. But what makes it really stand out, and what features make it different from any ordinary wine cooler? How does Dacor use argon to keep your wine as fresh as possible? And what styles of kitchen would look best when outfitted with a Dacor wine dispenser? This post aims to answer all your questions.

Modern Design for Any Decor

Modern Design for Any Decor

This Dacor wine dispenser is the pinnacle of discreet design, making it great for any contemporary or modern kitchen in particular. Because it can be installed flush or standard, you can watch it disappear into your walls. Its dual paned glass door with LED lighting behind it allows you to display up to four bottles of wine at once while protecting them from UV light, and you can choose between a Silver or Graphite stainless steel finish to coordinate with your other appliances. The full-color LCD touch display lets you dispense any amount of wine, whether you want a taste or a full glass, with the press of a button. The controls even include a PIN lock, preventing you (or your children) from accidentally dispensing wine at the wrong time.

Dual Temperature Zones

Dual Temperature Zones

If you drink both red and white wines, you may be wondering how these Dacor wine dispensers handle different types of wine. The good news is that with dual temperature zones, you can easily store both kinds of wine at their proper temperature. The temperature of the higher zone may vary with your room temperature, but that's just the nature of storing wines that are best kept at higher temperatures. You'll find that feature in many other multi-zone wine coolers as well as this one.

Advanced Wine Preservation Technology

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Dacor has really outdone itself as a brand when it comes to preserving the wine you store in this wine dispenser. First of all, it uses state-of-the-art argon gas technology to keep your wines fresh for up to 60 days. Argon is an inert gas that displaces the oxygen in an opened bottle of wine, preventing spoilage before it happens and keeping your wine looking and tasting its best. Wine professionals even use argon to displace the oxygen in barrels of wine, meaning that Dacor's argon preservation technology is truly top of the line. Meanwhile, the Easy Seal system allows you to seal and store bottles of multiple different heights at the same time: you aren't limited to just storing the standard size of wine bottle.

Related Questions

How long does wine last in a dispenser?

Large, commercial-grade wine dispensers can preserve wine for between three and six months. The Dacor home wine dispenser stores wine in bottles, meaning that you get up to 60 days of storage for each wine.

How long does wine last if you pump the air out of it?

If you simply use a vacuum sealer to pump the air out of your wine, you can expect it to last one to two weeks without spoiling. To preserve wine for a longer time, it's a good idea to replace the oxygen with argon gas.

Does red wine expire?

Red wines may last you up to three years after the expiration date, but white wines tend to be less hardy, meaning that you should consume them before their expiration if at all possible.