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., 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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  • Enjoy course-by-course dining on your private balcony in a six-star resort as it serenely moves from one coveted Mediterranean harbor to the next. We invite you to experience the ultimate expression of gourmet dining complemented by one of the finest wine cellars at sea aboard the luxurious, all-inclusive ships of Regent Seven Seas Cruises. Voya... Read More

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  • Yeah it's been two weeks and I have not received my wine or notice that it has been shipped.  Long story short they finally got back to me saying they are having their "fulfillment house" for an update. I will not be ordering from them again. What a fiasco.  The first post I type up had everything in detail- but I lost it by hitting the wrong bu... Read More

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  • A special tasting of Domaine de Chevalier yesterday – Saturday 29 January – at Black Salt in Washington D.C. Although a fish and seafood specialist, Chef Rick Cook impressed 27 participants with some superb meat-based dishes that went very well with one of the most memorable wines of the tasting: a youthful and still tannic 1961 red. Perhaps the... Read More

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  • The results are in for the 2011 SF Chronicle Wine Competition and there are a lot of medals coming back to the Livermore Valley.  With over 5000 entries this year the competition was tuff.  Here is a list of the medal winning Livermore wineries. Bent Creek Winery, Charles R Vineyards, Chouinard Vineyards, Concannon Vineyard, Crooked Vine Winery,... Read More

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  • Hello all!! My husband and I enjoy wine. He is really good at picking blind, but then he favors Chiantis and Maison Louis Jadot and has never gone wrong. He can even pick, let's say a Portuguese wine -which we love- and it will be good.I, on the other hand, love to read about wine and investigate. I don't always do as well. For example, I just w... Read More

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  • Trying to decide what bottle of wine to bring for Thanksgiving this year, could use a few suggestions. Pretty much the normal Thanksgiving dishes i.e. Turkey, stuffing, potatoes, the usual. I'm thinking a Zinfandel would be the way to go, open to all comments.Thanks! Read More

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  • Welcome to the Weekly Wine News Roundup. Each week, we'll be bringing you a collection of interesting and compelling wine content from around the web. Included in this week's post you'll find: 1WineDude's take on wine knowledgeA potential new fad: Wine WipesIf wine allergies are fact or fictionHow to host a wine tasting at homeMartha Stewart's l... Read More

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  • I loved GDP's article on corkage fees, guidance, and what to expect.  I did, however, feel there were some regional/establishment level variabilities though. I will start by saying that here in the suburbs of SF bay area (CA, USA), corkage fees can be ridiculous for what you get (cheap glasses, lack of service) AND corresponding wine lists can b... Read More

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  • So, I'm new here in the Snooth office and put together my first "Weekly Wine News Roundup" this week (it will get better over time - especially with the help of the community).I've taken @dmcker's advice and started a topic about fast food wine pairings (Zagat had an interesting article about this topic that I featured in the Roundup). Anyone h... Read More

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  • For several years now, I've been tipping 10% on bottles of wine and 20+% on food (depending on service).  I feel no more effort is exerted by the servers if I'm drinking a $200 bottle of wine than they would for a $30 bottle. So, why should they, by simple math, profit from one of the highest price point items in the restaurant?  Seems going to ... Read More

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