Beverages & more!

+1 925-609-6000 1470 Enea Circle, Suite 1600
Concord, CA 94520
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Beverages & more! (BevMo!) was founded in January 1994 and opened six stores in the San Francisco Bay Area during that year. We are the the leading alcoholic beverage-lifestyle superstore retailer in the western United States and among the largest in the country. With almost 100 stores, typically 10,000 square feet, in well-trafficked retail areas in major metropolitan markets throughout California and Arizona, BevMo! provides a uniquely friendly and welcoming environment for competitively priced alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and “goes with” products such as specialty foods and snacks, cigars, glassware and related bar and wine accessories. Our friendly and product-knowledgeable sales associates assist both enthusiasts and first-time buyers of wine, spirits and beer. BevMo.com, the #1 bricks and clicks beverage-lifestyle website, enables customers to purchase items for home or office delivery or for pickup within an hour from their local store. – Description from JelaDragoljevic

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  • Do you remember on last April the bad news about Brunello di Montalcino ?Well, there is a further step of that bad fact and it is still in Tuscany.Actually the wineries under the control of the investigators are 42 and the most important wine involved is the Chianti.In few words, in many and many bottles of Chianti with the official ribbon DOCG,... Read More

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  • Enlightened, or not? A Vancouver, B.C. bylaw scheduled to go into effect on January 1 says that restaurants can't serve wine that costs more than the food they're serving.http://www.bcwinelover.com/vancouvers-restaurant-booze-bylaw-gets-bad-reviews#moreSeems like it's a battle in the evolving war between restaurateurs and bar/club owners in that... Read More

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  • Hi guys, Surfing around I found this great wine site. As a latina, born in Chile, I would say I got carmenere running in my veins, hehe, but I do enjoy wines from all over the world. When I studied in California I remember tasting fabulous wines and living close to the Mediterranean does have advantages. Anyhow, I didn't find many comments about... Read More

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  • Hey I was wondering if there were any wine drinkers out there in Poland?I've been given a marketing project to do about the growing wine market there, which I thought sounded fun at first but is turning into a bit of a nightmare given the fact I don't speak Polish!A general discussion is fine but I've also got a list of 15 (very) short questions... Read More

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  • 1. A brief history of wine The history of wine is ancient. Most likely it first appeared in the Middle East, in what is known as the “fertile crescent” at some point after the emergence of agriculture. Based on the fossil record, grain crops are generally considered to be the first focus of human agriculture. Since grain can sustain life, i... Read More

    From the article A History of Wine


  • Every time I eat sushi, it's always paired with sake. But I want to try something new, a fusion of cultures. What wines will go great with sushi or sashimi? One of my favorite dishes is Miso Black Cod, anyone have a particular suggestion? Read More

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  • RBoulanger, who started the project, and I have been gradually adding depth and breadth to a Google map of bars that can provide quality cocktails. It is, given our passports, US-centric at the moment, although there is a bit of a diaspora. I think it's reached the point where neither of us would be terribly embarrassed for other people to see i... Read More

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  • Well we've moved on past Grenache to the unique and fickle Petty Sarah.We warmed up last friday with a bottle of 2005 Parducci True Grit in all it's inky glory and I must say it delivered alot of burly dark berry fruited Petite deliciousness! http://www.snooth.com/wine/parducci-true-grit-petite-sirah-2005/Man give me a great big rare burger with... Read More

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  • Does anyone know what to expect if you have allergies to red wine?From the mildest to the most horrid? Read More

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  • Now that its officially the holidays, the party invitations are starting to roll in.  As a retailer, Im seeing lots more people come into the store and request a wine thats great for a dinner party and its very often that dessert wines are completely ignored.  Generally, people turn their noses up to sweet or fortified wines however, I find that... Read More

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