|Imprinted Area:||2 1/2"" w x 2"" h. Metal laser. Price includes 1 location|
|Production Time:||10 to 15 working days|
|Retailer Discounts:||Order by Phone 877-334-5323|
Top rim is rolled but not sealed. Brushed finish. 4 mm thick stainless side rings. 4 quart, 18 Oz. rim full capacity. 8 1/4″” H x 8 1/4″” Diameter
Editor's NotesOur Ideal stainless steel wine and champagne chiller with brushed finish has a rolled, not sealed, top rim. The side rings are 4 mm thick stainless steel. The capacity is 4 quart, 18 oz. to the rim. The chiller measures 8 1/4" in height by 8 1/4" in diameter. If you own a restaurant, bar, winery, or any other establishment where wine is served, it is very important that you also have sufficient wine chillers ready. One of the main reasons for this is because the wine's temperature on serving is vital to the overall enjoyment of the drink. The starting point, as most people know, is that white wine should be served chilled, whereas red wine should be served at room temperature. While this is certainly true, there seems to be a lack of clarity on just what temperatures "chilled" and "room temperature" actually are. This is mainly because it varies depending on ambient temperature and the wine itself. That said, if a wine is served even a little too warm or a little too cold, much of its character will be lost. This is particularly true in terms of the wine's aroma. Wine coolers are reserved for white wines, certain roses, and champagne, which should all be served cool. If you run a restaurant, it is rare for a bottle of any of those drinks to be emptied straight away. Ensuring your customers can keep their bottle at the right temperature is something that they will greatly appreciate.
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