Finally a wine fridge

After so many years living in the tropics we finally decided to buy a wine fridge. Storing fine wine in a tropical climate is just no fun. In Jakarta we had a larder which was permanently air-conditioned. Wine would keep for some time but it was stored their with all the other food items a family of four needs.


Isn’t it a nice piece of furniture?

We bought only a small wine fridge here in Bangkok. Our kitchen is small and we did not want it to be too big. Anyway, strangely enough wine does not keep in our family. The fridge holds about 30 bottles which is usually sufficient. No cellaring folks.


Treasures, somehow

You might want to know what wine I store in this fridge. Well, some bottles of our house wine (Bushman’s Gully), some bottles of Thai wine (Gran Monte), some “rarities” given to me by friends (wines from China, Myanmar) and one lonely bottle of Saar Riesling (Van Volxem) for a Sunday treat.

6 Responses to Finally a wine fridge

  1. Mike says:

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  2. Phildak says:

    Hi, I live in Thailand and I am fond of wine. As I would like to keep some nice bottles in proper conditions, could you please let me know where you bought your wine fridge? And how much did you pay it?

    Thank you for your reply.

  3. leso drew says:

    I would like to know where you bought it and how much also please. Thank you.

  4. Ditto. I would also like to know where in BKK and how much.



  5. Good for you! A lot of people neglect the importance of wine cooling. I have learned through these years that quality is really priority. Some refrigeration systems might be expensive but it’ll all be worth it when my wines are kept well.

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