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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.
Klein and Pittman (1990), for example, found that most adult drinkers perceived beer, distilled spirits, wine, and wine coolers to be equally harmful.
Although the first commercial wine cooler, California Cooler, was released only seven years ago, the market was worth $1.
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.
They were also known as wine coolers or, by Hepplewhite and others with rather grand ideas, a "garde du vin" with lead linings and sometimes also divisions for bottles.
We bring a whole different type of consumer into drug stores than many of the major beer brands," comments Ed Barden, senior brand manager for Seagram's wine cooler lines.
market in 1993, although sales of these wines--primarily because of a severe drop-off in wine cooler shipments--decreased from 359 million gallons in 1992 to 340 million last year.
WINE IDEA: Norwegian Terje Stolsmo works on the innovative wine cooler unit which he designed for his final year degree project at Teesside University
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.