LOUISVILLE, Ky. — March 8, 2012 — (NYSE:GE) — Consumers need not venture to an upscale restaurant to be wined and dined. That luxury experience can be achieved in a small package, all in the comfort of their own homes. GE Monogram® 30-inch wide refrigerators offer an exquisite design that starts with options like an integrated wine reserve and ends with staple features like a “convertible” refrigerator/freezer drawer, which can be set for fresh foods, frozen foods or wine storage.
- Chef-Inspired Food Preservation: Just as you might find in the kitchen of a gourmet chef, the 30-inch Monogram refrigerators are equipped with two separate sealed refrigeration systems to help the fresh food section maintain humidity, while preventing odor transfer between compartments.
- Convertible Refrigerator/Freezer Drawer: Need to store ice cream one week and raw vegetables the next? That’s easily achieved. In addition to a fresh food compartment and a freezer drawer complete with an ice maker, this new line of refrigerators features a third “convertible drawer” — an industry first for built-in refrigerators — that can be set from negative 6 degrees Fahrenheit to 55 degrees Fahrenheit with a simple touch of its digital controls.
- Wine Reserve: Don’t have space for a wine room? Wine-reserve models featuring dual zones allow for storing and serving both white and red wine simultaneously at optimal temperatures. The compartment offers six full-extension wooden wine racks, along with a display shelf, and storage for as many as 106 bottles.
- Style-Forward Accents: The refrigeration panels from GE Monogram come in various options — including stainless steel models with either European or Professional styling. They can even be installed with custom panels to match the homeowner's cabinetry.
GE Appliances is at the forefront of building innovative, energy-efficient appliances that improve people’s lives. GE Appliances’ products include refrigerators, freezers, cooking products, dishwashers, washers, dryers, air conditioners, water filtration systems and water heaters. General Electric (NYSE: GE) works on things that matter to build a world that works better. For more information on GE Appliances, visit www.ge.com/appliances.