quote:Originally posted by Edward_Kelly:
The correct reason would be that you can select what you want to drink without the need to keep the door open to do that. So you select your wine with the door closed and just open quickly the door to get the wine you want.
I disagree with this.
You can not see many of the bottles in the wine fridge through a glass door due to shelf spacing , especially if the door is tinted. Of those that are visible, it is quite difficult to see in there without turning on the light or moving bottles around. Further, with a tool such as cellartracker, it's easy to keep track of what's in that fridge, as well as location within the fridge.