Wine Guardian System Accessories

Wine Guardian offers a range of accessories for their wine cellar cooling systems. These accessories include the Digital Interface Controller, which allows for easy programming and monitoring of temperature and humidity levels. They also offer an optional remote sensor, which provides accurate temperature readings in different areas of the cellar. Wine Guardian wine cooling systems duct collars are essential components that connect the ductwork to the cooling unit securely and efficiently.

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Wine Cellar Cooling Questions?

Our wine cellar experts are ready to assist in finding the ideal wine-cooling unit for your cellar. Just tell us the style, size, budget, and cellar details – we’ll handle the rest.

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​Flexible Wine Cooling Units
Wine Guardian manufactures highly adaptable systems designed to cater to a wide range of wine storage needs. Their top-tier through-wall, ducted, and split systems adhere to the most rigorous industry standards.
Every unit is crafted to commercial-grade excellence, proudly made in the United States, and comes with an extensive selection of features and customizable options.”
  • Most wine cooling units have ducting options for noise reduction.
  • Exceptional craftsmanship and top-quality materials.
  • Available in ducted, through-wall, and split system models.
  • Humidification choices are available.
  • Backed by a 2-year factory warranty
-> Multiple Cooling Options
-> Humidity Control
Frequently Asked Questions
Wine cellar cooling unit is a specialized cooling system designed to maintain the ideal temperature and humidity levels required for storing wine. It ensures the longevity and quality of your wine collection by preventing temperature fluctuations and excessive humidity.
Wine is a delicate beverage that can easily spoil if not stored under the right conditions. A cooling unit is essential to maintain a consistent temperature, typically between 55°F (13°C) to 58°F (14°C), which is considered optimal for wine storage.
These units use a compressor and evaporator system to cool the air inside your wine cellar. They also provide humidity control and circulation, ensuring proper air quality and preventing mold or mildew growth.
Key factors to consider include the size of your wine cellar, insulation quality, noise level of the unit, ease of installation, power consumption, and additional features like remote control, digital temperature display, and alarms.
Cooling capacity is measured in British thermal units (BTUs) or in cubic feet per minute (CFM). To determine the right capacity, consider the insulation, room size, number of bottles, and the desired temperature range for your wine cellar. It is advisable to consult with a professional if you’re unsure.
While some units offer a DIY installation option, it is generally recommended to hire a professional HVAC technician or a wine cellar specialist to ensure proper installation and avoid potential damage to your wine cellar.
  • Self Contained Wine Cellar Cooling Units.
  • Split Systems Wine Cellar Cooling Units.
  • Fully Ducted Wine Cellar Cooling Units.
To confirm the correct size unit for your wine cellar a Heatload calculation needs to be completed. Room dimensions are important but there are other factors at play as well. Room location, room construction, and ambient temperature around the wine cellar are some of things to consider when completing a Heatload calculation. For a free Heatload calculation please contact us at 1-800-323-3130 or Click Here to fill out our request form.
Regular maintenance is essential for optimal performance. This includes cleaning or replacing air filters, checking refrigerant levels, and inspecting the unit for any obstructions or leaks. It is recommended to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines for maintenance.
No, a properly functioning cooling unit will not create excess humidity. In fact, most wine cellar cooling units come with built-in humidity control systems to maintain the ideal moisture levels for wine storage, usually around 50-70% relative humidity.
It is possible to use a wine cellar cooling unit in other spaces, it is important to note that these units are designed specifically for wine cellars. They may not be as effective in maintaining optimal conditions in different environments due to factors like insulation, temperature fluctuations, and potential moisture issues.
The lifespan of a wine cellar cooling unit can vary depending on the brand, model, maintenance, and usage. On average, a well-maintained unit can last between 8 to 15 years. Regular servicing and cleaning will help extend its lifespan.

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