As BlogTour LA quickly approaches our excitement is once again, growing exponentially and we are excited to have German luxury brand Gaggenau joining BlogTour for the first time.
Gaggenau will introduce its stellar product lineup to BlogTour during a quintessentially German Octoberfest event at the new Poggenpohl showroom in LA on Wednesday October 2, so please stay tuned for lots of live coverage during the tour.
A key element in the Gaggenau collection is its wine storage system which, aside from being strikingly beautiful, creates the perfect environment for all types of wine. The wine storage unit has two separately adjustable temperature zones to accommodate red wines, white wines and long-term storage. The unit includes electronic sensors that indicate an exact temperature to ensure certifiable storage especially for wines for auction. The units are similar to Gaggenau refrigerators with their quality aluminum and steel interiors.
Gaggenau’s modular refrigeration system emphasizes Gaggenau’s principle of” form follows function”. A multi-flow air system runs within the interior back columns to encourage even distribution of air and balanced temperatures throughout the refrigerator allowing for food to stay fresh for a longer period of time. The innovative technology is also within the door shelves. Individual compartments are temperature controlled to store different food groups at different temperatures.
We honestly can’t decide between the generously designed french door unit and the combination of side by side and wine fridge, is it ok to crave both?
And since we’re talking about craving, we are loving the oven combination of the Gaggenau BO 280-610 convection oven and BS 280-610 Combi- steam oven. Sexy exterior meets cutting-edge technology including a door that opens 180 degrees for full access and a panoramic view of the interior, to make sure all those cookies are perfectly golden brown. The interior of the oven is finished in a blue enamel that is long lasting and easy to clean. Perhaps this is the answer bakers ’round the world have been searching for.
And finally, we can’t talk about Gaggenau and not mention its Vario cook top series. There simply is no cook top concept that compares to the Vario with its modular elements that allow for the design of the perfect cooking system or systems in a kitchen. Lined up as one long cook top or placed strategically in work centers around the kitchen, the layout is limited only by the designer’s imagination and possibly length of counter tops. Even Modenus’ editorial team would forfeit take out if it could cook on one of these.
Stay tuned for more live updates from Gaggenau when we see them at Poggenpohl and again at Westedge Design Fair this week.