CDA wine cooler rated Best Buy

We’ve turned into a nation of wine drinkers.  According to the Wine and Spirits Trade Association, 81% of UK adults who drink alcohol choose wine. White is our preferred tipple with Rosé and sparklers such as Champagne, Prosecco and Crémant following in the rankings. All these wines have one thing in common – they need to be served cold to taste their best.  It can be a struggle fitting two or more bottles into the average fridge – but buy a wine cooler and you can keep anything from 6 to 90 plus bottles at the perfect serving temperature, protected from heat, sunlight and vibration.


Wine coolers are no longer the exclusive preserve of the wine buff but are appearing in an increasing number of UK kitchens and dining rooms. CDA offers a comprehensive range with single and dual temperature coolers that will store your collection perfectly. But which wine cooler should you choose? The CDA FWC304SS, according to Which?, is a great choice after doing very well in their rigorous test programme.

As the UK market leader in wine coolers CDA is delighted with what was said about the test results “This outstanding CDA wine cooler didn’t do badly in any of our tests.”

The test looked at all aspects of performance including temperature stability, humidity level, energy use and ease of operation. “This wine cooler does a brilliant job of getting the bottles inside down to the set temperature” the report said.

The FWC304SS holds 20 bottles on professional style slide-out wooden shelves. The temperature is adjustable and the UV glass door protects wine from the effects of light.

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“Receiving this recognition is good news for both our retailers and consumers” said Consumer Marketing Manager Carrie Bell ‘as the UK market leader in wine coolers we work very hard to ensure our products are the best they can be.”

Top value multifunction cooking from CDA

Single electric multifunction ovens lead the cooking market with consumers appreciating the versatility of a single appliance that allows several different ways to cook delicious food.

CDA’s electric single oven collection is one of the most comprehensive available with an impressive choice in the good value for money sector. The entry point SC233 has six functions including defrost, fan oven and grill with a practical easy to clean 65 litre interior. Move up a step and the SC300SS offers sleek styling, 12 functions including energy saving eco and fan cooking settings, fan with bottom heat to put an end to soggy bottoms, fan grill for an impressive rotisserie effect and a warming setting perfect for keeping dishes ready to eat without drying out.

Everyone hates oven cleaning – and the best and most efficient way to avoid it is to choose an oven with pyroclean. Pyroclean locks the oven door, heats the cavity to a high temperature and burns off spills and grease to an easy to wipe away ash. Extra insulation and a quadruple glazed door means the heat cannot affect surrounding cabinetry. Until recently pyroclean was only available at the very top end of the market but now CDA has been able to introduce this user friendly technology at an affordable price in the SC360 oven that features 13 functions including pyro. A pyro cycle costs around 27p to run at current electricity prices and is far more eco-friendly than harsh, smelly oven cleaner. In addition to pyroclean, this top spec oven includes semi-automatic cooking, a booster for fast heat up, fan oven, grill, touch control, eco fan and fan grill. Whatever you want to cook, the SC360 can do the job – and will even clean up after itself.

Good Homes Magazine Editor gives expert opinion on our new Designer Kitchen Range


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The new Designer Kitchen Range is being showcased at this year’s Ideal Home Show in London as part of the Good Home Magazine roomsets. There will soon be an exciting and exclusive new section right here on the CDA website dedicated to this range, allowing you to explore the new ovens, hobs & extractors and their innovative features.

Good Homes Magazine’s Editor Karen Walker shares her opinion on our latest designer product launch and her tips for designing a stylish and usable kitchen.

  1. Which appliance in the CDA Designer Kitchen Range would you take home with you today and why?

Definitely the in-built pyrolytic oven. It looks so sleek in our black-on-black kitchen roomset at the Ideal Home Show and blends into the surrounding cabinetry beautifully. The scheme actually gives the effect of designer furniture rather than a functional cooking space.

  1. What is your favourite feature?

I love that it takes the stress out of cooking. The thought of programming in the type of food I want to cook and its weight (for example, a 2kg turkey or a 500g apple crumble) and then sitting back as the high-tech controls automatically set the optimum temperature and time is just bliss.

  1. What type of cabinetry, worktops and flooring would you style with this range?

Our kitchen roomset is exactly how I would style the range: all-black cabinetry with a burnished stone floor, highlighted with copper accents. Modern yet elegant, dramatic yet restrained – and above all, utterly showstopping.

  1. Which of these appliances is a ‘must have’ for the home in 2018?

I would still say the in-built pyrolytic oven. Other than its impressive smart controls, it’s self-cleaning – turning the heat to 475°C burns off any grime – which is a huge bonus for busy family homes.

  1. What are Good Homes readers looking for in their new kitchen?

They are always seeking new ways to transform dull spaces into wow-factor schemes that not only reflect their personality, but also make their lives easier and cooking simpler – from integrating the latest technology, to zoned colour schemes or a space-stretching storage solution.

Read more about the Ideal Home Show roomsets on the Good Homes Magazine website or follow the latest updates with the hashtag #GHRoomsets. 

The Ideal Home Show is on from 17th March-2nd April at Olympia, London.


Which hob is best for the job?

In our latest ‘just for fun’ guide we measure up our different styles of hob to help you choose which one to go for. We’ve got insider information to give you the facts on what is good about each hob fuel type and what style of cook it suits best. Time for the showdown…

Where is my rating plate?

Need to find out your model number, the power supply information or even the serial number of your appliance? All this handy information is listed on the appliance rating plate.

Hang on a minute…but where is my rating plate? 

So that you don’t have to look at this label all the time, when your appliance is installed at home, the rating plate is usually located discreetly somewhere on the appliance. To help you find it quickly, we have put together this handy info guide. Simply look for the correct appliance icon to find out the location of your CDA rating plate.