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Waring Pro PC100 Wine Chiller, Black

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  • Professionally engineered and elegantly designed tabletop wine chiller
  • Offers precise, preprogrammed temperatures for 33 varieties of wine
  • Thermo-electric Peltier module with CPU control for constant temperature
  • LCD backlit screen; suitable for wine bottles with a diameter up to 3-1/2 inches
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 9 inches ; 5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000I14CA0
  • Item model number: PC100
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,619 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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A fine wine must be served at the proper temperature to optimize its flavor. The Waring Pro® Professional Wine Chiller features precise, preprogrammed temperatures for 33 varieties of red, white and Champagne wines. Professionally engineered, and elegantly designed with a 3 ½-inch diameter chilling chamber that accommodates most bottles, this professional tabletop wine chiller is a must for wine lovers.


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Customer Reviews

Basically, it is as bad as everyone says and then some.
Ghost Writer
I would say you need 45 minutes to hour to get wine to the proper temperature if you are putting a bottle in at room temperature (72-75 degrees).
Eric Freund
Also this unit is very loud and the fan never seems to turn off.
J. S.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

117 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Appleseed VINE VOICE on December 25, 2006
The problem isn't with the unit taking a long time to chill a bottle of wine, the problem is that it doesn't chill a bottle of wine.

I put a bottle of room temperature Chablis in, and selected Chablis from the list of white wines. The unit said it would chill it to 46 degrees, and indicated that the starting temp was 77. That was my first concern, because the bottle was room temperature, and room temp was 70. The unit took more than 30 minutes to get the bottle to the desired temp (according to the units thermostats), but when I opened the bottle, the wine was probably a bit warmer than a pinot should be served at. I turned the unit off, placed the bottle back in (using the accompanying sleeve both time, btw), and this time the starting temp read 61 degrees. In other words, it disagreed with itself...

Soo...I chilled it again, for another 20 minutes, and upon reaching 46 (again) the bottle was no cooler than it was before.

I don't understand how these are selling. They are probably good for bringing room temp reds down to the appropriate serving level, but this simply does not chill white, rose, or sparkling wines to the desired temperature. So it's great, I suppose, for someone who doesn't have a wine refrigerator, or a cellar, but who wants to drink red wines at the appropriate temperature. It's terrible for anything other than that.

This is as disappointed as I've ever been with a product before.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Ghost Writer on September 17, 2007
Basically, it is as bad as everyone says and then some. After reading the negative reviews I still decided to try for myself. I took an empty wine bottle and filled it with water. I turned on the machine and set it to a low setting of 54 degrees. The temperature gage in the unit said it was currently at 80 degrees. Then I placed two different thermomiter probes in the water. Both read 68 degrees. When the unit reached 54 degrees the probles read 66 degrees. I did notice that the bottom of the bottle was very cold though and thus I poured a few glasses and tested each glass. The water that was in the bottom of the bottle was noticeable colder but still only around 64 degrees. So basically, not only does the top part of the bottle not chill, but the temperature gage is totally off on all parts. It must just register the temperature of the outside of the part of the bottle that is immersed, which is totally usless.

Too bad there is not a way to give zero stars.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Rogelio Medina on November 21, 2006
I had been looking for a wine chiller that didn't require the addition of ice or water and that included some sort of automatic listing of wine temps...well, i found it. It was easy to use and my pinot noir came at the perfect temperature. I also tried it with some Asti and it cooled that down to a nice chilly temp. It recycles every time that the temp drops more than 3-5 degrees. My only complaint is that some of the lower temps take a long time to cool, otherwise, this is a great product!
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By M. Watkins on January 6, 2007
Got it as a gift for Xmas, and it's been by my side ever since, even bringing it on a road trip for New Year's! Its value is not its cooling efficiency; I'm not going to put a room temperature bottle of cava in the thing and expect it to get cold quickly. I'll still put that bottle in the freezer for a quick chill.

Instead, the value of this machine is that it finds and maintains the wine's OPTIMUM temperature it within a narrow band. Choose your wine (though the library is not comprehensive, you can always find an appropriate facsimilie), and it will get cooler until it reaches your setting's temperature. If you want white or sparkling wine, chill it first in the fridge (or freezer if you're in a rush), then plunk it in there and let if find the ideal temperature.

It's a fun, simple, and wine-enhancing gift. The difference in temperature makes a big difference in the pleasure of enjoying wine.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By M. McGaha on February 2, 2008
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If you're expecting instantaneous results from the Waring Pro PC100 wine chiller/warmer, you will be disappointed. However, with prior planning and a little patience, this is a very rewarding machine.

The bottom line is that it does what it says it does. It chills or warms room temperature wine to its desirable temperature. What advertisements do not disclose is that it takes at least 15 minutes to bring a wine's temperature from 70F degrees to 64F, and at least 2 minutes per degree to continue lowering it (according to the cooling guide included in the instruction book; your results may vary). However, as you get into the lower temps, it requires more time per degree to cool it (as much as 5 min. per degree, once you get down to the 50s and 40s). Keep in my mind that "room temperature" varies, since people are different and keep their thermostats set at different temps. My point is that just as the old saying goes, "good things come to those who wait" and for those who make a little extra preparation. We store all our wines, red and white, in a wine fridge at about 55 degrees. I think this may be one of the reasons we have so much success with the PC100. It doesn't take as long to warm or cool, because it doesn't have very far to go. As other reviews have indicated, if you don't want to wait all night for your wine to reach the ideal temp, you should put it in the refrigerator or freezer for a time, depending on how cold you want it. If you bring home a 70F degree bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and pop it into the PC100, you're going to be waiting at least an hour and fifteen minutes for it to reach 45F degrees. You can substantially cut this time down by putting it in the freezer for 20 minutes.
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