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We'll be there for about a week in May for a cruise. Looking for recommendations on good wine shops in the area. Thx.
 
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Wine Watch (prices high side but excellent stuff)

There is a Total Wine on 17th Street, very near the Port

In Miami, Leons and Sunset Corners (both are a trek from Fort Lauderdale though)
 
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Also add W Wine Boutique in Miami Beach to your list. Great wines, very very good prices.
 
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Isn't there a Wine Warehouse in the area? I'm still mourning the one in Boca.


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Old Vines wines & spirits in coral way (IMHO best kept secret in Miami). Small good selection with personalized attention like no other place in the area.
 
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Isn't there a Wine Warehouse in the area? I'm still mourning the one in Boca.


There is on Oakland Park and Dixie and it is a good store and its owner/manager Felipe is a great guy, but in general does not have the pricing it used to unfortunately
 
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Thank you all, much appreciated!
 
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Does this mean we should be putting together an offline? (Like I really need an excuse...)


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Isn't there a Wine Warehouse in the area? I'm still mourning the one in Boca.


There is on Oakland Park and Dixie and it is a good store and its owner/manager Felipe is a great guy, but in general does not have the pricing it used to unfortunately


FYI, that location is now closed as is the one in Tampa on Bay to Bay. I think they are a casualty of Total Wine as they are still open in some smaller N FL markets that chain isn't at.
 
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No one mentions the famous gas station wine store? I'm shocked!


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No one mentions the famous gas station wine store? I'm shocked!


17th Ave and US1 in Miami. Good prices and surprising selection. Also try Old Vines on Coral Way just a little west of 27th Ave, especially good for Spanish and been beefing up Rhone selection.
 
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There used to be a poster here called CStore from the Seattle area. He stocked a nice selection in his convenience store.


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Re an article here yesterday about getting 12 bottles to fill a rack.

Some of teh wines they selected they listed the prices.

TW was $ 1 less than ABC and $ 2 less than Publix & Crown.


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