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Wine Guardian Will Attend 2016 NAHB International Builders’ Show

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Wine Guardian is attending the NAHB International Builders’ Show® in Las Vegas from January 19-21. The company will be exhibiting in booth S3920 in the South Hall. The Company will be showing new products including a split wine cellar cooling unit that can be mounted through-the-wall and our own condenser for the 1/4-ton split system.

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Wine Guardian Introduces Heater Option for TTW Units

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Wine Guardian is now offering an electric heater option on Through-the-Wall (TTW) wine cellar cooling units. The heater allows TTW009 and TTW018 wine cooling systems to heat the cellar in addition to cooling. When the air temperature drops below the system set point, the heater in the TTW system activates, warming the air entering the

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Wine Guardian Introduces Wine Cellar Monitoring System

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Wine Guardian Announces New Product Moniteur du Vin North Syracuse, NY - As part of its product advancement process, Wine Guardian is introducing a new product that will help wine collectors monitor wine cellar conditions continuously. The Moniteur du Vin is a cellular-based wine monitoring system that allows users to check their wine cellar status

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Wine Guardian Publishes New Photo Galleries

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Wine Guardian has published two new photo galleries on its website. The first gallery is the Ramona Project from Vintage Cellars. The Ramona Project is a custom wine cellar with a 1-ton ducted split Wine Guardian system installed. The cellar features premium redwood materials, an Alder door, and waterfall racking. See the gallery here. The

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Wine Guardian Develops New Polymer Base for Through-the-Wall Units

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March 27, 2015 As part of its continual improvement process, Wine Guardian recently redesigned the base of its through-the-wall wine cellar cooling systems and reconceived packaging. In order to make its through-the-wall units even lighter and easier to handle and to prevent any possibility of corrosion, Wine Guardian changed the base of its units from

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