By combining high quality, luxury materials, ShowCave has given the wine cabinet a facelift: innovative and decidedly modern, it effectively combines cutting-edge technology and a bold design.
Its understated, elegant finishes around glass and mirrors fit into all environments and create a display cabinet effect which showcases your finest wines: LEDs positioned along the walls produce soft, amber lighting to cleverly accentuate your bottles. An exclusive bottle support, Main du Sommelier, which stores all bottle sizes and allows you to easily switch between storage and presentation version.
More than just a wine cabinet, ShowCave adds character to your interior, whether it is classic or contemporary. Its many assembly combinations (the ShowCave range is available in 1 or 2 door version), allow you to give free rein to your imagination and make it a decorative object in its own right, in this way creating a completely individual and unique atmosphere. To allow it to integrate perfectly into its environment, ShowCave is single depth and is easily flush-fitted owing to the high position of its cooling unit.
ShowCave is a single-temperature cabinet, adjustable from 6 - 18°C
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Photo credits: Norman Hotel - Israel - photograph Raz Rogovsky, Sexy Fish Restaurant - London - photograph Beth Crockatt, Cabotte Restaurant - London - photograph Beth Crockatt, Leclerc - Bourgoin Jallieu - photograph Guy Renaux