Monogram ZDWR240HBS Review: 24 Inch Stainless Steel Wine Reserve
Monogram ZDWR240HBS on left
When engineering their collection of premium wine reserves, it’s clear that Monogram did so with even the most discerning of wine collectors’ standards in mind. No detail is too small to overlook; everything from the sophisticated styling to the comprehensive temperature controls are designed to perfection.
One such example of Monogram’s fine wine reserve craftsmanship is the ZDWR240HBS, a 24-inch stainless steel built-in undercounter wine refrigerator with a 5.5 cu. ft. capacity (57 wine bottles).
This Monogram wine refrigerator has a temperature range of 40 to 65 degrees Fahrenheit and can be set to a custom temperature to provide the optimum climate for any fine wine. There are also pre-determined Red (55°) and White (45°) wine temperature settings to administer an easy temperature selection. These digital touch controls with LED display also control the unit’s Sabbath mode, light mechanism, and can lock the temperature setting by pressing the + and – at the same time for five seconds.
Quick Comparison of Microwave Drawers: Viking, Sharp, Monogram, and Jenn-Air
Benefits of a Microwave Drawer
The invention of the microwave may have been an accident, but every day we purposely turn to our microwaves and continuously trust them with all our snacking, defrosting, and cooking needs. It’s difficult to improve an appliance already so perfect and beloved, but once you’ve discovered the unique design, convenience, and power of built-in microwave drawers, you’ll never go back to standard countertop models.
The High-End French Door Oven Trend
Since the invention of the oven, there’s been many new features and innovations made to continue providing home chefs with the most powerful and precise oven possible. While the technology is ever-changing, the quintessential oven exterior for residential units has remained relatively unchanged. Lately though, we’ve began seeing a rising design trend translate over from commercial ovens: easily-accessible French Doors.
French doors are already popular for appliances such as refrigerators due to their ability to offer full-width storage, convenient eye level to the pantry, and easy-to-maneuver doors. Several manufacturers, including GE, Monogram, and Viking, have begun implementing this design for ovens, providing the same benefits as commercial-grade ovens do for the new residential French door ovens.
Monogram’s Dual Fuel Range Makes the Modern Home Stand Out
General Electric is a beloved American brand, with a history as rich as it’s homeland. Because of their never-ending commitment to innovation, GE’s luxury line of Monogram appliances was born. Monogram’s authentic professional appearance, attention to detail, and superior cooking technology demands to be the focal point of your kitchen.
Monogram’s 48” dual fuel range perfectly encompasses their dedication to outstanding architectural quality and powerful user-friendly cooking features.