[KBIS 2008 Review]
The new custom frame beverage centers and wine reserves by GE Monogram are refined and elegant coolers, offering literally unlimited options for entertainment and personalization of your kitchen. Designed to integrate smoothly into any home decor, these elegant appliances accept a custom cabinet frame which surrounds a glass window. You can customize your wine reserves or beverage centers with door handles available in a local GE design center, or order signature Monogram tubular handles. Available models are wine reserve and beverage center with stainless steel frames, privacy-glass doors and digital controls, wine reserve and beverage center with stainless steel frames, clear glass doors and digital controls, and wine reserve and beverage center with stainless steel frames, clear glass doors and dial controls. Adjustable controls located inside, provide precise temperature settings for all types of beverages. Wine reserves are equipped with full-extension sliding racks, which store up to 57 wine bottles. Beverage centers have three removable glass shelves and two full-extension wine racks. Digitally controlled models have a QuickSpace shelf that slides back and out of the way to make room for tall items. All centers accommodate ten wine bottles and up to 126 twelve-ounce cans, and have a versatile, built-in 24″ configuration that fits the same space as a standard dishwasher. The units may be built into cabinetry or they may be used as free-standing appliances. The door swing is easily reversible. Monogram custom frame wine reserves and beverage centers are available for an estimated retail price ranging from $1,450 to $1,650.