ASKO launches new undercounter wine cabinet

Swedish appliance brand Asko has launched a new fridge, the 2-zone Undercounter Wine Climate Cabinet.

Offering a sleek and minimalistic finish, ASKO says its new undercounter wine cooler offers a secure home for precious wine collections, storing up to 38 bottles in the best possible conditions. ASKO believes it is the perfect storage solution for consumers looking to save space in their kitchen as it can conveniently fit under a countertop.

Designed with long-term storage and serving in mind, the appliance is equipped with two separate temperature zones, so users can alter and control the precise temperature of each compartment to suit the different conditions that each type of wine may need.

The three-layer glass door protects the bottles from harmful UV light, safeguarding the taste and odour of every bottle. As well as both UV light and incorrect temperature, humidity can also impact the quality and delicate taste of wine, which is why ASKO’s wine cooler is designed to keep the humidity at the correct level of around 70%.

The appliance is also fitted with a charcoal filter and vibration system to keep your wine bottles in optimum condition and correspond to the ideal environment of a natural wine cellar.

As well as all these unique features, the wine cooler connects to the Vivino App, allowing consumers to log and keep track of their entire collection. The Virtual Sommelier feature also allows users to learn more about their wine’s provenance and tasting notes so that they can become an expert in their wine collection and impress family and friends. It’s also built to last for 20 years, ASKO says.

Finally, ASKO’s Undercounter Wine Climate Cabinet has recently won one of the world’s most prestigious design awards for its superb quality, cutting-edge design and technology. The International Forum Design has awarded ASKO UK’s new appliance with the iF Award 2023, one of the most important seals of quality that represents a reliable sign of good design for consumers as well as the design community.