No problem moving the wine but now no cellar!, I sold a small wine fridge last year as it had never been used and was not big enough for the job anyway.
It is interesting reading on another thread about the pros and cons of various wine fridges, when I get one it will have to be in the garage and therefore be one that copes with the extremes, if there are any, of temperature, that of course means more money from what I have perused so far.
From the same scanning of what is available one cannot help but come to the conclusion that wine fridges are a giant rip off, but I have no choice.
On the same basis we will have to have a fridge freezer in the garage as well, as the built in one as with all built in appliances is smaller than the free standing versions, and while going through lists of those that also have to cope with the fluctuating temperatures a couple of makes advertise the fact they have the ability to work in a garage at down to -15c, amazingly they are only £320 for a full size fridge freezer, a far cry from the overpriced similar sized wine fridges.
As fridges rarely go wrong from our experience paying for a name gets you little extra other than looks and better shelves etc, in a garage that matters little, but as far as the wine fridge goes it looks as though I will have to bite the bullet or build a wine room in the corner of the garage that will at least take all of my bottles.
As an adjunct to this I have seen several people on here in recent times talking about the stress of moving, I humbly suggest they are beginners in that field, I include a link to a piece on my moving ‘experiences’ I have written for a blog, you may or may not be interested but here is the link anyway.