Fisher & Paykel Launches Integrated Wine Column
New Wine Refrigeration Featuring Optimal Preservation Technology
Costa Mesa, CA – June 2020. Fisher & Paykel, a leader in premium appliances, is pleased to announce the launch of their Integrated Wine Column. This marks the brand’s first foray into the wine refrigeration and preservation category in North America. Working alongside prominent master sommeliers, Fisher & Paykel has created a premium Wine Column that includes a generous 91 bottle capacity, a UV-filtering glass door, and customizable exterior panel. With dual variable temperature zones, anti-vibration technologies, oak shelving and customizable lighting, the 24” Wine Column is beautiful to use and engineered to deliver perfect results and exception care for wine storage.
“When developing a product, we focus on the user experience and how the product will fit and function within someone’s home, spending countless hours researching, designing, engineering and testing. We are proud to bring to market a cooling and preservation solution for wine that is truly best in class,” says Vice President of Product, Shane Rehm.
Fisher & Paykel’s Integrated Wine Column is available in a stainless-steel finish or panel-ready to integrate seamlessly into the kitchen with customized panels. At 24” high and with a stainless-steel interior and 13 beautifully crafted full extension racks featuring white oak shelving, the Wine Column accommodates 91 bottles across two independent temperature zones. Fisher & Paykel’s Variable Temperature Zone technology offers four wine modes for Red, White, Sparkling and Cellar. All temperature settings are easily adjustable in 1°F increments between 43-64°F, providing optimal temperatures for cellaring and serving.
The Integrated Wine Column is engineered to maintain consistent temperature throughout both zones with Fisher & Paykel’s ActiveSmart™ technology. It comes equipped with a quiet, low vibration compressor and absorptive materials to minimize unnecessary oscillation and movement that can dull flavor. UV light-blocking glass protects the wine from excessive light, allowing it to mature at a natural pace while LED display lighting illuminates the cabinet to showcase your collection. Additionally, one can showcase their collection as they please with independent cradles, which can be adjusted to create an ideal display angle, while a chalk pencil and aluminum labels offer a stylish way to catalogue wine.
“From the moment wine is bottled, it is in a permanent state of degradation, and how that wine degrades –or ages– is what makes it an incredible and historical experience,” says Mark Haydon, Fisher & Paykel’s Chief Designer. “With exacting control for aging and fine-tuned modes for perfect serving temperatures, the Integrated Wine Column caters to both those who are deeply passionate about wine and its storage, and to those who love to entertain and beautifully showcase their collection.”
About Fisher & Paykel Appliances
Fisher & Paykel, New Zealand’s award-winning appliance brand, has been selling products to change the way people live since 1934. Over time the company has grown into a global organization, now operating in 30 countries with over 4,000 employees and manufacturing in Italy, Thailand and Mexico.
Fisher & Paykel’s design heritage is founded on a pioneering spirit and a culture of curiosity that has challenged conventional appliance design to consistently deliver products tailored to human needs. The company is committed to ongoing research and development with a culture of open innovation, which allows people to work collaboratively to find insights and ideas that connect with customers and respect the planet.
Fisher & Paykel believes everybody deserves good design, because good design is all about making life better. It has built its success on understanding its consumers and designing innovative products such as the award-winning DishDrawer™ Dishwasher – the world’s first dishwasher in a drawer and the class-leading CoolDrawer™ multi-temperature drawer.
A part of the wider Haier Group since 2012, Fisher & Paykel has strengthened its presence as a premium home appliance brand. Fisher & Paykel’s New Zealand Design Centre, based at two locations in Auckland and Dunedin, has been recognized as one of the wider Haier Group’s five global research and development centers of excellence. www.fisherpaykel.com