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Sub Zero And Wolf, 70 Luxurious Years In The Making


The kitchen has always served as a bit of a mecca for me. It’s the place of joy, laughter and magical creation that feeds the body, nurtures the soul and nourishes the spirit. Sub Zero and Wolf completely understands, as the tagline on their home page reads, “create moments worth savoring”.

That is exactly what they have been doing since their merge. They are still to this day one of the leading suppliers in kitchen appliances and have not stopped on their mission to offer the world’s best kitchens.

TheStandard.com published amazing coverage on the launch of their new generation of Luxury appliances, and it would almost be an insult to say how impressed we are, as nothing but the best is quite expected.

Join the celebration and be part of 70 luxurious years.

Your kitchen is where life happens,” says the website of Sub-Zero and Wolf, the leading US-based manufacturer of luxury appliances. The company is celebrating 70 years of quality and innovation that have made it the leading industry visionary it has become today. For 70 years, its kitchen products have been a part of so many gatherings, celebrations, and life’s mini experiences.

Chef Myrna Segismundo and her perfectly cooked Thanksgiving Turkey using Wolf’s Convection Steam Oven.

Westye F. Bakke founded the company in 1945 in Madison, Wisconsin under the name Sub-Zero Freezer Company. To this day, the innovation and quality of its products has remained unparalleled in the built-in refrigeration system category. In the year 2000, Sub-Zero reinforced its supremacy in the kitchen when it acquired the residential arm of Wolf Appliance Co., a 75-year-old kitchen appliance company known for its premium ranges and cooktops. The union has proven to be a perfect move for the company as it is now a category front-runner, producing the most desired products perfect for high-end and luxurious kitchens.

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