Catering equipment for Wine bars
Wine bars are more specialist businesses, with more focused requirements for catering equipment than many others in the hospitality industry, most obviously with a greater requirement for refrigerated wine storage and for ambient temperature wine storage as well.
Catering Appliance Superstore stocks a very good range of back bar bottle fridges, bottle bins, beverage making equipment and beverage service equipment suitable for any wine bar, as well as all the general bar supplies and equipment needed for effective service and to make your bar look the part. Items of particular interest may be our specialist wine coolers for white and rose, a high output ice machine for ice buckets, and attractive stemware racks.
A cellar cooling system will maintain the temperature of your wine stock and also other beverages sold, particularly managing beer temperature which can improve quality and prevent wastage due to fobbing.
Your wine bar will generate a high volume of glassware washing up, and the results will have to be sparkling if you want to maintain a reputation for excellence. Our high performance glasswashers come in sizes to handle any volume of bar trade, from front loaders to rack conveyors, and trusted manufacturers D.C, Hobart Ecomax and Hobart Bar Aid.
Catering Appliance Superstore can also provide high quality furniture suitable for wine bars, helping you create a great atmosphere and a thriving social space, and we can also supply you with comfortable, professional looking uniforms for your bar team.
Many wine bars serve bar snacks, "small plates" or even a full restaurant or brasserie menu - the nature of service and the range of the menu will dictate the equipment required, but many bars start with a core of fryers, grills and griddles, commercial ovens, and one or two commercial microwaves. More specialist items like panini grills or waffle makers are popular, and cold storage in the form of upright or undercounter fridges and freezers. See the restaurant page for further suggestions on equipment for foodservice.