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BILD 3000 Wine Cabinet Black, #7715

BILD 3000 Wine Cabinet Black (P/N 7715). With clean lines designed to fit in any environment, our BILD series wine cabinets are perfect blends of function and value. These wine cabinets feature durable, easy-to-clean melamine laminates on all exterior surfaces, insulated doors for maximum thermal protection, and advanced wine cellar refrigeration by CellarPro Cooling Systems. All panels are framed and insulated with high-density foam, and metal wine racks are efficiently sized to accommodate oversized bottles.

BILD 3000 racks are designed to rack 360 bottles of wine. On both sides of the wine cabinet, our wine racks include 14 shelves for Champagne-size bottles (12 bottles per shelf). On each side, 3 of the shelves can be used instead for Magnums (10 bottles per shelf). In addition, bulk storage space for 24 bottles is provided at the bottom of the cabinet.

  • Capacity: 392 Bottles
  • Sizing: noinfofound

Price: $2,495.00

Curbside - $300 Flat Rate

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The BILD 3000 wine cabinet, packed and shipped flat, offers tremendous value and savings with many of the same features as our more expensive Le Cache wine cabinets.

  • Choice of Melamine finishes
  • Stainless bar pull and security locks
  • CellarPro wine cooling unit (made in USA)
  • Electronic Thermostat and Digital Display
  • Adjustable Humidity Control
  • Energy-Saver and Quick-Chill Modes
  • Audible and Visual Alarms
  • SB/0 Technology - Flush against the Wall
  • Top-vent exhaust
  • High Performance Air Filtration System
  • Universal metal racks fit oversized bottles
  • Low-heat interior light
  • Optional bottle probe
  • Five-year warranty on the cooling system
  • One-year warranty on entire cabinet
  • Optional Extended Warranty
  • In-stock items ship within 2-3 days


All BILD wine cabinets come with a choice of 3 CellarPro cooling units and configurations included in the price of the wine cabinet.

Each cooling unit can be configured with top-exhaust, which will allow the cabinet to be placed flush against the rear wall, but requires 18 inches of clearance above the cabinet. Alternately, the cooling unit can be configured with rear-exhaust, which reduces the required 18 inches of clearance above the cabinet to 6 inches, but also requires 4-5 inches of clearance behind the cabinet. In both scenarios, the cabinet cannot be installed in an enclosed space.

The 3 CellarPro cooling units are sized exactly alike, and therefore they are interchangeable. However, they differ in terms of their BTUH cooling output and the level of noise that they produce, as summarized below. For more information about sizing the best cooling unit for your cabinet, refer to our Cooling Unit Buying Guide for Wine Cabinets.

The 1800QTL is our quietest cooling unit, and is designed exclusively for residential use in a temperature-controlled environment. The 1800QTL is appropriate for BILD 1400 and 1800 wine cabinets that are located in temperature-controlled environments.

This unit should not be used in ducted applications, or paired with our front duct hood.

Key Stats: 1065 BTUH at 55°F, 41 dbA installed in a cabinet.

The 1800QT cooling unit is approximately 30% more powerful and 4 decibels louder than the 1800QTL cooling unit. It is designed for residential use in a temperature-controlled environment for our larger wine cabinets.

Key Stats: 1380 BTUH at 55°F, 45 dbA installed in a cabinet.

The 1800XT is approximately 5% more powerful and 3 decibels louder than the 1800QT cooling unit, because it uses more powerful fans. As a result, the 1800XT is ideally suited for garage environments (with temperatures ranging from 40°F to 95°F) and commercial environments (where the cellar is frequently accessed).

Key Stats: 1456 BTUH at 55°F, 48 dbA installed in a cabinet.

CellarPro 1800XTS cooling units, approximately 30% more powerful than 1800XT cooling units, also can be used inside BILD wine cabinets for an additional charge of $200. Please call us at 707.794.8000 for more information and/or to order.


The cooling unit plugs into a standard wall outlet, and the outlet should be on a dedicated circuit. The components of the cooling unit draw 3 amps, and the electric outlet on the side of the cooling unit also is rated for 3 amps. The cord extends 6 1/2 feet from the back of the cabinet. If an extension cord is used, it should be 14-gauge wire or thicker, grounded, and as short as possible. We recommend using a surge protector rated at 15 amps or more. Under no circumstances should the wine cabinet share a circuit with another motor or compressor-based appliance, like a wine cooler, fridge or air conditioner.

Because of the significant weight of your wine cabinet, it is important that it be placed on a hard surface, otherwise the cabinet may become skewed if the doors settle unevenly over time. If you will be placing your cabinet on thick carpeting, consider placing a carpet board underneath the wine cabinet.

After loading your wine cabinet with wine bottles, it will be extremely heavy. When selecting a location for your cabinet, make sure that the floor underneath is strong enough to support the weight of the cabinet.

CellarPro cooling units are designed to handle temperatures ranging from 50 to 95F.

The cooling unit generates hot air that must be exhausted in such a way that it won't be recirculated by the cooling unit. If the hot air cannot be dissipated or channeled properly, and the cooling unit is forced to recycle its own hot air, the cooling unit will be unable to maintain cold temperatures inside the wine cabinet and/or it will run all the time.

BILD wine rooms and cabinets require assembly. All assembly hardware is included with your purchase.

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Not a bad box Bild3000 Black with Windows

You will definitely need two people to put this together and even then it is a chore. The fasteners that hold the cabinet together are very Ikea style and seem cheaply made. I had a few cam screws break on me as I was tightening them, and others were angled out of place when fully tight, not the end of the world, but doesn't add a lot to the appearance. There were a few different moments during the construction that I contemplated returning this, but it would cost quite a bit to do so, and in the end we ended up completing the construction despite the poorly written directions and not very detailed diagrams. The doors were quite a chore to adjust so they didn’t rip the gasket off when opening and closing them, and we had to lay the unit down multiple times to gain access to the bottom adjustment screws which are covered by the feet. The CellarPro 1800 QT is fairly quiet and not too intrusive. This cabinet is in a front living room that doesn't get used much, so it is a bit muffled by the distance. I don’t think I would want this in a living space where I was watching TV all the time. It does take a bit of getting used to the on/off cycle of the cooler. The blue LED display is not too bright when shining through the doors. As for the storage itself, the metal racks seem to fit most bottles comfortably with the exception of odd sized Syrah and Pinot bottles which won’t even fit between some of the shelves. Other larger burgundy bottles do not allow you to fill the shelf to max capacity (12) since they won’t fit side by side comfortably. The racks do not slide at all so you have to dig back a row for bottles and it is a bit difficult to see back to find what you are searching for. Unlike the other comment, I have had no problems with the doors staying closed without locking them. I do lock the doors still (my locks were keyed the same, but are pretty cheap feeling), but the magnetic gasket forms a good seal and it takes a bit of a pull to open the doors. Overall I am happy with the Bild 3000 as a first time wine storage unit, for the price, it looks decent, though could use some polishing touches on the finished seams, the build instructions/diagrams and the fastener hardware. 12/13/2014

Adam B

Colorado Springs, CO


Limited success

This thing is very, very heavy. At least two people are required to assemble it, and the process still is not simple because the instructions are sketchy with tiny, incomprehensible drawings. Getting the base installed on the back and three vertical supports at the same time is particularly challenging, because so many dowels and Ikea-style fasteners have to be engaged at the same time, and the last of the fasteners is hidden in a location that makes it very difficult to tighten, even with the angle-handled screwdriver supplied with the kit. The walls are made of 1" lumber-core plywood with melamine or similar veneer, which would seem to add weight in lieu of R-value. Be sure to set the six leveling feet to their approximate or exact locations before tipping the unit upright--if the cabinet is installed close to a back wall, there is no way to access the center adjusting foot. What is particularly irritating is the that shipping charge is $375 ($300 for the long-haul plus $75 to get the pallet carried up your driveway) no matter how close to Cotati, CA, the recipient may live. There are separate locks for each door, and the doors do not stay closed unless they are locked. Each of the incredibly cheap-feeling locks is keyed differently, even though both doors admit you to the same interior. The wine is stored two-bottles deep on each shelf.

John Gallup

San Diego