EuroCave awarded with Red Dot Design Award in 2 categories

by | Aug 8, 2018 | Suppliers

This year, EuroCave won two Red Dot prizes: one for the Inspiration range, designed exclusively for kitchens and the other for the Royale wine cabinet, a true technological masterpiece. Red Dot is one of the world’s most prestigious design competitions. This reputed international prize is synonymous with exceptional quality design and a symbol of international recognition for premium quality design and “Made in France” production.

Every year, the Red Dot design prize is awarded to the best products. The 2018 edition of the competition received over 6,300 objects from designers and manufacturers in 59 countries. The jury of experts, composed of around forty members, examined each product according to astrict set of assessment criteria: degree of innovation, functionality, quality, ergonomics and durability.

EuroCave, seeking to offer only the very best in wine preservation and design, was awarded a Red Dot prize for Inspiration and Royale. “All the award-winning products stand out through their exceptional functionality. They all show that their designers have fully understood customers and their needs”, declared Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award.

 

Royale is EuroCave’s ultimate work. It offers optimal conditions to wine-lovers in terms of performance, durability and aesthetics, in order to ensure sound transmission of its precious content.  Royale is quite unique, a veritable technological masterpiece, at the service of keeping wine in optimal conditions.

 

 

Inspiration is a resolutely contemporary and high-performance wine cabinet, which targets excellence in wine conservation and service.

Design and performance are the watchwords for the EuroCave Group. Since its creation, EuroCave has promoted the values of elegance and French lifestyle. These two prizes reward the EuroCave teams’ work that has been going on for more than 40 years.

― About the Supplier ―

Established in 1976, EuroCave invented the wine cabinet. This was a major innovation which contributed to transforming passion for wine into an art of living.

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