With a modular Bosch wine cooler you have few options – either you get the 18″ wide model with 70 bottle capacity, or the 24″ wide modular Integra cooler capable of taking 98 bottles. Both wine coolers come with right or left door swing, and are available with stainless steel door or custom panel for complete integrated look. Thanks to the Bosch advanced technology, this built-in wine cooler is practically silent, while providing some of the best performances among today top coolers. Bosch also equips the modular cooler with its OptiFlex hinge, which is designed to open out and away from the cabinetry, while allowing the door to be mounted flush and open to 115° without touching or nicking surrounding cabinets. This hinge can support up to 200 lbs., so you can add a rather heavy custom panel. Other design elements of the Bosch wine cooler include MaxBright lighting system for a viewing enjoyment of your most treasured wines, electronic controls for precise and independent temperature control in two compartments from 37 °F to 64 °F, Vacation and Sabbath Mode, and removable roller shelves. Suggested prices for the 18″ wide coolers are $3,750 for stainless steel model and $3,450 for cooler that requires custom panel. 24″ wide Bosch wine coolers sell for $4,300 and $4,000 USD respectively. See also fully integrated wine cabinet from Bosch, and a quite different integrated wine fridge design from Muskoka.