Le Cache Euro 5200 Wine Cabinet Chocolate Cherry #753
We also offer an extended warranty with enhanced coverage for our wine cabinets and cooling units.
- Premium Cherry wood veneer
- Hardwood French doors
- Crown and base moldings
- Hand-carved wood trim
- Hand-turned pewter pulls and security locks
- Double-pane tinted glass
- Foil-backed polyisocyanurate insulation
- CellarPro energy-efficient cooling unit (made in USA)
- Electronic Thermostat and Digital Display
- Adjustable Humidity Control
- Energy-Saver and Quick-Chill Modes
- Audible and Visual Alarms
- SB/0™ Technology - Flush against the Wall
- Top-vent exhaust
- High Performance Air Filtration System
- All-wood Interlock racks
- Universal racking fits oversized bottles
- Low-heat interior light
- Optional bottle probe
- Five-year warranty on the cooling system
- Two-year warranty on entire cabinet
- Optional Extended Warranty
- In-stock items ship within 5-7 days
Size: 79w x 31d x 91h (in)
Weight: 550 lbs
115V AC / 60 Hz
Running / Startup Amps (compressor)
- CellarPro 1800QTL-ECX: 2.4 Amps / 14.2 Amps
- CellarPro 1800QT-ECX: 2.9 Amps / 20.1 Amps
- CellarPro 1800XT-ECX: 3.0 Amps / 20.1 Amps
Thermal Load Calculations
Capacity: 622 bottles
Double Deep storage
Racked Slots: 544 bottles (3.8 inch slots)
Bulk Space: approximately 78 bottles (stacked)
2 Years (Cabinet) / 5 Years (Cooling Unit)
Optional Extended Warranty
Click on one of the following links for more information:
- Owner's Manual
- Cooling Unit Selection Guide
- Wine Cabinet Delivery & Inspection Instructions
- Wine Cabinet Filter: Top View
- Top View Drawings
- Adjustable Humidity Performance Chart
- Wine Cabinet Monthly Operating Cost
- Cooling Unit Sound Performance
- Interactive Product Demo
The cooling unit plugs into a standard wall outlet, and the outlet should be on a dedicated circuit. The components of the cooling unit draw 3 amps, and the electric outlet on the side of the cooling unit also is rated for 3 amps. The cord extends 6 1/2 feet from the back of the cabinet. If an extension cord is used, it should be 14-gauge wire or thicker, grounded, and as short as possible. We recommend using a surge protector rated at 15 amps or more. Under no circumstances should the wine cabinet share a circuit with another motor or compressor-based appliance, like a wine cooler, fridge or air conditioner.
Because of the significant weight of your wine cabinet, it is important that it be placed on a hard surface, otherwise the cabinet may become skewed if the doors settle unevenly over time. If you will be placing your cabinet on thick carpeting, consider placing a carpet board underneath the wine cabinet. You can purchase a carpet board from Le Cache, or you can have your local hardware store cut a 3/4 inch plywood board to the following dimensions: 69.5w x 25d
DOOR SWING CLEARANCE:
The doors of our wine cabinets swing "wide" by approximately 1 inch when open at 90 degrees. The additional width should be accounted for when purchasing cabinets that do not have moldings, because the stated widths of our wine cabinets do not account for the door swing. Please note that the additional width is required in front of the cabinet.
WEIGHT LOAD FACTOR:
After loading your wine cabinet with wine bottles, it will be extremely heavy. When selecting a location for your cabinet, make sure that the floor underneath is strong enough to support the weight of the cabinet.
CellarPro cooling units are designed to handle temperatures ranging from 50 to 95F.
The cooling unit generates hot air that must be exhausted in such a way that it won't be recirculated by the cooling unit. If the hot air cannot be dissipated or channeled properly, and the cooling unit is forced to recycle its own hot air, the cooling unit will be unable to maintain cold temperatures inside the wine cabinet and/or it will run all the time. Proper ventilation can be achieved in one of three ways:
1. UPRIGHT CABINETS WITH TOP-VENT CONFIGURATIONS
Our upright wine cabinets have been engineered top-vent cooling units and SB/0 Technology so that they can be placed right up against the wall. In this configuration, the hot air generated by the cooling unit is ventilated through the top of the wine cabinet, and the return air comes from above the wine cabinet, so there must be sufficient clearance above the cabinets for the hot air to dissipate, as follows:
- Contemporary wine cabinets, Carolina wine cabinets, Loft wine cabinets and Vault wine cabinets require 18 inches of clearance above the wine cabinet.
- European Country wine cabinets and Mission wine cabinets require 12 inches of clearance above the wine cabinet.
- The sides always need to be open - in other words, placement in an enclosed space, alcove or closet will not work without our front-vent hood (see Configuration 3 below).
2. UPRIGHT CABINETS WITH Rear-Vent Configurations
Our upright wine cabinets can be configured so that the return air comes from behind the wine cabinet. This configuration is useful in situations where sufficient clearance above the wine cabinet doesn't exist. In this configuration:
- If the rear of the wine cabinet is not accessible, a minimum clearance of 7 1/2 inches above the wine cabinet is required for removal and replacement of the cooling unit air filter.
- If the rear of the wine cabinet is accessible, a minimum clearance of 3 inches above the wine cabinet is required for proper airflow, and we recommend using our air deflector to direct the hot air exhaust to the left of the wine cabinet.
- In all cases, the wine cabinet must be placed 3-4" away from the rear wall.
- The sides always need to be open - in other words, placement in an enclosed space, alcove or closet will not work without our front-vent hood (see Configuration 3 below)
3. UPRIGHT CABINETS with Front-Vent Hoods
If you want to place the wine cabinet flush against the wall but you don't have the required clearance (as outlined in Configuration 1 above), or you want to place the wine cabinet in an enclosed space, closet or alcove, our front-vent hood (placed on top of the wine cabinet) can be used with 7 1/2 inches of clearance above the wine cabinet for removal of the hood and the air filter. Please note:
- Contemporary wine cabinets, Loft wine cabinets and Vault wine cabinets can use our front vent hood with OR without the decorative grill.
- European Country wine cabinets, Mission wine cabinets and Carolina wine cabinets can use our front vent hood without the decorative grill (the decorative grill will not fit with crown moldings).
4. CREDENZA WINE CABINETS
Credenza wine cabinets don't require any clearance above the wine cabinet; however, all credenzas require 3-4" of space behind the wine cabinet because all the ventilation (intake and exhaust) occurs behind the cabinet
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(1) We count the top of the racks as 1 row when counting rows in our racks.
(2) Every slot in the racks is 3 3/4" and sized to fit oversized Burgundy and most Champagne-size bottles.
(3) Bulk storage is located atop the racks (except for the first row atop the racks). Bulk storage capacity is based on Bordeaux-size bottles.
(4) Total capacity is the sum of racked plus bulk capacity, with double-deep storage in all cases except the Contemporary Credenza (which is single-deep). Usable capacity may be lower by 2-3 bottles when the first few cells under the cooling unit are left empty for proper air circulation.
Top intake will allow you to place your wine cabinet flush against the wall; however, in order to operate properly, a cabinet with top intake MUST have sufficient clearance ABOVE the cabinet. If sufficient clearance does not exist, rear intake should be selected, and 3-4 inches of clearance must be provided BEHIND the wine cabinet. Regardless, the sides of the cabinet always need to be open - in other words, placement in an enclosed space, alcove or closet will not work unless our front-vent hood is used. Click on our placement requirements tab for more information.
Does the unit really need a dedicated circuit?
A: Yes, our units require dedicated circuits. When we say "dedicated circuit", we mean that the circuit shouldn't have any items that require heavy draws of electricity - eg other appliances, vacuum cleaners, big-screen TVs, blow-dryers - on the same circuit as the cooling unit. Lighting, computers or other low-draw items shouldn't be a problem on the same circuit.
Do I need the condensate drain line?
A: You don't need the drain line because our wine cabinets are constructed to be airtight when the doors are closed, and the cooling unit has a drain pan to catch excess condensation, which is burned off as the cooling unit runs.
Why does the fan run without the compressor?
A: We've programmed our fans to stay "on" for 3 minutes after the compressor turns "off", and then every 15 minutes thereafter , to recirculate moisture inside the cabinet. This fan cycle is extremely energy efficient, and increases the humidity inside the cabinet.
Ratings & Reviews
Euro 5200 - Elegant and Functional
We bought this unit in 2013 to display a portion of our wine collection in the living room. We have about 500 bottles in it and have been extremely happy with the purchase. It is a beautiful piece of furniture and a conversation piece when company is around. Our CellarPro cooler just started having problems after 3.5 years and the technical support team was very prompt in responding and shipping out a replacement unit. We have some minor concerns about the finish cracking in some areas but we live in Arizona which is a dry climate. Overall very happy and would buy another unit.
LeCache...buy the extended warranty and you'll be happy
So I purchased this unit in 2013 and as previous reviewers have stated, it is beautiful. With that said, I encourage you to buy the upgrade to the warranty. Two years in and the cooling unit quit working. We followed all instructions with regard to storage of the wine, filter changes, space requirements, and even put a fan and air purifier next to the unit. To their credit, someone did come and replace the cooling unit and I only incurred the $49 charge, but it took a bit of work on my part. Last year I noticed one of the wooden racks had completely cracked, and we are not storing an inordinate amount of bottles in the "bulk" storage area. That too was replaced with the $49 charge (plus tip of course) and now I can see the wood on both sides "bowing" in the same area and wonder if it will crack again. If it does, I hope it is still within the warranty period. A shame that these defects become big problems in such a beautiful and expensive cabinet.
Wine Cellar 5200
by Chris and Jana
Bought it and love it! Holds 52 cases of wine and told my wife(as this is my 25th anniversary present to her) we will have to travel the world to purchase wines to fill our gorgeous wine cellar!
Stunning and works as promised
by John P -
I waited six months to write this review. I wanted to see how it would perform during the summer months and if any problems would surface as we filled it.
This is undoubtedly the most talked about piece of furniture I have ever purchased. It combines a serious presence in the room, beautiful craftsmanship, and superb functionality. I love that normal 750ML bottles can go two per rack space and that the spaces are large enough for oversize bottles. The depth will not allow two tall bottles but we have found most producers do not use tall bottles with the exception of some whites so this has not been an issue.
The noise level is fine for our open floor plan. I originally considered buying the noise hood but decided to wait until the unit was in place to see if it was required. The 1800 QT does operate at a very reasonable sound level.
Bottom line - I love this unit and would purchase it again.
by Cathy D.
You guys have been a pleasure to work with! I cannot wait to get the cabinet up and running. If you’re in the Scottsdale area, you should come over and enjoy a bottle of wine with us!
by Herns P.
Thanks again for all the advice on initial operation of my cabinet. I followed your recommendation to clear the row of bottles below the exhaust. The cooling unit actually achieved a temperature of 57 degrees last night! I was surprised that it cooled the cabinet so quickly from 71 degrees (within 24h), especially considering that it's loaded with 550+ bottles.
We love our cellar
by Don S.
Le Cache reviewed my planned installation, noted a potential problem, explained options and modified my cellar to accommodate my site. We love our cellar and so do our neighbors.
Beautiful wine cabinet
by Steve T.
Beautiful wine cabinet that has become the centerpiece of my living room.
The wine cooler is fantastic
by Greg B.
The wine cooler is fantastic; in fact we have ordered another one. Many thanks.
More beautiful than expected
by Ocean W.
My wine cabinet arrived in good condition and is working wonderfully. It is even more beautiful than expected and everyone comments on what a great piece of furniture it is (which is exactly what we wanted, not a "fridge" look). As a matter of fact, most people ask us why we didn't get a refrigerated unit and are incredibly surprised to find out that it does indeed cool!