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wine cooler

An alcoholic beverage first produced in the 1980s from wine and fruit juice, often in combination with a carbonated beverage and sugar.
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Haier America wants to launch an outdoor wine cooler line in late 2008, Bob Nathan, Haier's senior vice president of major appliances, told HFN.
Amy Jobin, a high school student in Illinois, says, "Lots of my friends drink wine coolers at parties.
-- 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.
One area of the alcoholic beverage category that's booming is wine coolers and cocktail-flavor drinks, and that's good news for drug chains.
But all of the gain was attributable to the skyrocketing sales of wine coolers, one of the hottest new products in years.
[UKPRwire, Mon Oct 22 2018] The market for wine cooler and chest freezers in India is being bolstered by a number of factors.
For his final year degree project Terje designed a wine cooler unit.
This is a standard wine cooler that's nothing fancy but looks fine and does the job perfectly well.
The wine cooler line will range from $79 for smaller eight-bottle units to $229 for 35-bottle chillers, Polakoff said.
Appliances include a Thermador triple-wall oven, Sub Zero refrigerator, Viking professional cook-top, Viking wine cooler, under-mounted stainless steel sink with Hansgrohe faucet and Miele under-counter dishwasher.
THIS curved bench has a built-in wine cooler that swings on a pivot out of the way under the seat.
When fitted sideboards came in, circa 1780, only one of the drawers was fitted as a wine cooler but this didn't provide nearly enough space and usually a back-up was provided by another cellaret.