Five versions of the Cata Wine Cooler
are thought to carry the safety risk of finger entrapment in the vent at the bottom of the unit.
Siegel said that restricting advertising for malt beverages and wine coolers
in youth-oriented media could have a dramatic effect on overall youth drinking.
Atkinson said that wine coolers
have had a "strongyear," due in part to an increased demand for beverage centers, which are able to accommodate both wine bottles and smaller beverages such as beer or soda cans.
Although the exact amounts can vary, the Indiana Prevention Resource Center (Bailey, 1998) reports that the percent alcohol by volume is 4-4.5 percent for beer, 5-8 percent for wine coolers
(specialty wine coolers
can be up to 20%), and 8-12 percent for wine.
THIS curved bench has a built-in wine cooler
that swings on a pivot out of the way under the seat.
All wine categories except wine coolers
gained ground last year.
Once the domain of fancy restaurants and mansions, the electric wine cooler
is moving into the home kitchen, bar, and rec room in a big mass market way, changing how consumers look at the wine department in the process.
now represent only 6% of the entire U.S.
Amy Jobin, a high school student in Illinois, says, "Lots of my friends drink wine coolers
And when you're entertaining, key functional pieces such as wine coolers
and bottle holders can be style statements too - I love the Romano Oval Wine Cooler
and matching accessories, while the Geneva Wine Bottle Holder looks great and stores up to 27 bottles.
He said: "I have three friends back in Norway who are wine waiters and they've described the square wine coolers
-- Vinotemp is stepping into new green turf with a line of environmentally friendly wine coolers
that it will debut at the Kitchen/Bath Industry Show & Conference later this month.