Amazing Grapes Wine Store

+1 949-888-9463 29911 Aventura, Suites D & E
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
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We opened our doors in 2003. We have over 5400 square feet of wine inventory. We carry over 2500 different wines in-stock at any time. We have an extensive collection of hard-to-find collectible wines. All of our wines are stored either cork down or on their sides to prevent the corks from drying out. No sunlight ever disturbs our wines. Our overhead lighting system utilizes UV filters to protect the wines. We are “Green” with our shipping methods – no foam Our store really exists! We are not an internet-only-store that sells out of a distributors “book”. Distributors sell wine so fast that you can’t rely on their books, yet some “stores” will advertise everything a distributor has listed – only to tell you later the item is “sold out." This can be very frustrating for the buyer and really gives our industry a black eye. Our inventory is real. We don’t play games with having you order wines we don’t have. That’s right, some stores do this! We don’t Read more »

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  • Sadly I did Not. I had a busy weekend that involved wine, but sadly that was mostly inventorying, packing, and moving wine around the state of NY! Got about a dozen cases moved closer to home, so now I'm pretty well set for the next few months of drinking! Next bottle up looks like it might very well be 1987 Dunn Napa Valley. Funny how Dunn was ... Read More

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  • I've recently discovered my interest in wine since turning 21, and I've been learning some of the lingo through this great site.  I'm about to graduate from college in May, and I hope to leave my days of Franzia and refrigerated Yellow Tail out of a solo cup behind.I have a lot to learn, but I just wanted some input from you on how to become a w... Read More

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  • Hi all.  I always get interested when people start talking about inexpensive wines that they like.  And it seems like something lots of us are on the hunt for: that elusive butterfly of delicious wine at a wild bargain.  There are other threads on this topic, but I thought the time might be ripe for a fresh one.At the same time, I sometimes feel... Read More

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  • I thought this might lead to an interesting conversation:Here's a link to a great blog about the difference between a wine drinker, a wine snob and a wine geek:  http://blogs.citypages.com/food/2010/07/wine_geek_or_sn.phpWhich one do you feel you are?  Have you been called a wine snob or wine geek by any of your family or friends? Read More

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  •  Hello all!I am proud to be a wine lover, but an amateur at best. To improve my knowledge I have been studying (God bless my university's library!) as much as I can about regions, varietals, etc. through books and whatnot. Recently, I came across a sub-region in the Bordeaux appellation called Sauternes. The way my book (Zraly's wine course...) ... Read More

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  • Elin McCoy needs little introduction. She is a well known wine writer with a long history. Her articles have graced the pages of Food & Wine, The New York Times, Bloomberg Markets, as well as Zester Daily.One of Elin's best known works must be her recent book entitled, “The Emperor of Wine: The Rise of Robert M. Parker, Jr. and the Reign of Amer... Read More

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