How Much Is A Bodega Wine Refrigerator?
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How Much Is A Bodega Wine Cooler?

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In this article, we’re going to be discussing the approximate costs of purchasing a Bodega wine fridge.

As with purchasing any appliance, the cost will be determined by a wide variety of factors, as we’ll discuss further in the article.

So, without further ado, let us begin!

Bodega Wine Coolers Cost

They have a small selection of wine fridges, which are priced from $703.99 through to $1889. This includes freestanding & built in wine coolers.

Their selection of wine fridges are amongst several hybrid wine coolers, which are designed also to store cans and beverages.

Factors affecting the price of a Bodega wine fridge

There are many different factors that affect the cost of the wine refrigerator, these include:

Model/Series: The wine fridge model, series, or range into which the unit falls can affect its price. The reason for this is that every brand has a core and premium product line it offers, to appeal to customers with different budgets.

Bottle capacity: Generally speaking, the larger the wine bottle capacity, the more expensive the unit. One of Bodega’s smallest wine coolers can hold 28 wine bottles and costs $703.99. One of their other units can hold 154 wine bottles and is priced at $1,680.99

Zone capacity: A wine cooler‘s price will also be affected by the number of separate cooling zones. Again, generally speaking, dual-zone wine coolers cost more than single zone wine coolers. Zone capacity will allow you to store different varieties of wine at different temperatures within the same physical unit, so you can store white wine, red wine, rose wine, and sparkling wine in separate cooling zones at their optimal temperature range.

Features: In most cases, the great number of features a product has, or the better quality parts it is made from, result in a higher price tag. As an example, it is much more expensive to purchase a unit with a UV-resistant, tempered glass door than one without them.

Customer reviews & ratings: Customer reviews and customer ratings directly affect a product’s overall popularity. If this happens, the supplier/manufacturer may, in turn, increase the price for that particular model of wine cooler refrigerator or their entire product line.

Warranty: For the most part, brands provide the same level of warranty for all of their products. The warranty may differ between product lines, however.

Bodega Wine Cooler Range – Current Pricing

In this section, we’re going to be providing all of Bodega’s current product range, when looking at their website’s stock, alongside the prices of each particular wine refrigerator:

  • BODEGA cooler 15″ 28 Bottles Retro Style Dual Zone Wine Cooler – $703.99 – See Product
  • BODEGA cooler 15″ Built-in 31 Bottles Wine Cooler in Stainless Steel with Wood Shelves – $799.99 – See Product
  • BODEGA cooler 24″ Built-in 52 Bottles Wine Cooler in Stainless Steel with Wood Shelves – $934.99 – See Product
  • BODEGA cooler 24″ Built-in 52 Bottles Wine Cooler with Wood Shelves, Dual Zone – $1,099.99 – See Product
  • BODEGA cooler 24″ Free Standing 154 Bottles Wine Cooler in Stainless Steel with Wood Shelves – $1,680.99 – See Product
  • BODEGA cooler 26″ Free Standing 176 Bottles Wine Cooler in Stainless Steel with Wood Shelves – $1,889 – See Product

Above are all of Bodega’s main wine storage units, alongside the price shown on their official site.

As we can see, the brand does not have the largest product range, with 6 wine fridges available. Their smallest unit has a bottle capacity of 28 wine bottles, whilst their largest unit has a bottle capacity of over 177 wine bottles.

Two of these units (28 bottle and 52 bottle) have dual zone capacity, whilst all of their other appliances have single zones. Dual zone wine coolers are able to store different types of wine simultaneously in one appliance, allowing for both compartments to be independently controlled in terms of their temperature settings.

Therefore, if you’re looking to store multiple types of wine within one physical unit, then a dual zone unit is more ideal.

In terms of value for money, Bodega is moderately priced, even considered to be slightly more expensive than some well-known competitors.

As mentioned, Bodega also manufactures wine and beverage coolers, although we’ve not included these within the list.

With that being said, Bodega is a well-known wine fridge manufacturer, with a good reputation within the wine cooler industry.

When considering the price, features and brand reputation, it means that a Bodega wine cooler is perfect whether you’re a casual wine enthusiast, a wine lover, an experienced wine collector, or a commercial bar/restaurant.

And they have accumulated extremely positive reviews overall, so you can rest assured that one of these wine refrigerators will keep your wine collection safe.

One of the largest limitations here is that if you require a unit with a bottle capacity of over 180 bottles, let’s say 200 bottles, 300 bottles or even 500 bottles, then you’ll have to look elsewhere. In this case, these are considered commercial wine coolers and wine cellar systems.

Additionally, for those looking for a thermoelectric wine cooler, you’ll have to look somewhere else, because Bodega doesn’t manufacture these.

David J Sharp is a wine equipment expert, having previously worked with some of the best wine cooler manufacturers within the USA. Today he works as a full-time wine cooler and wine cellar consultant for small and large clients alike. You can find out more about LoveCraftWines here.

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