Bottles and Cases

631-423-WINE 134 E Main St
Huntington, NY 11743
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Bottles and Cases first opened in 1990. At that time, we were pioneers in the discount wine and liquor industry. With our clean, sleek warehouse look and rock-bottom prices, our reputation caught on quickly. Located in the town of Huntington, which was named an All-America city in 2002, customers come from both near and far to experience all that Bottles and Cases has to offer. Our family has been in the business for over 40 years, and continues to be an industry leader. Bottles and Cases is a proud member of the Wine & Spirits Guild of America, which is an invitation-only collaboration of the top Wine & Liquor retailers in the country. When you walk into our store, you can be assured that you’ll be receiving top-notch customer service, while having access to some of the lowest priced wine and liquor in the country. We've now brought our entire inventory online for your convenience. Feel free to shop online or visit us at the store. We look forward to assisting you anyway we can! – Description from amaynard

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  • Duncan, sounds like a nice night with the Siran, roast pork and Bach piano (or was it actually played on a clavier?).Back in the '80s, when Bordeaux prices were a fraction of what they are now (go take a flying leap, RP et al.!), I used to buy Siran in case lots and it became a weeknight companion. I tended to look for more 'masculine'  knock-yo... Read More

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  • This past spring I took my very first wine trip to Germany. Before I took off, I did a bit of homework: There are thirteen regions (Anbaugebiete) for quality wine production in Germany: Ahr, Baden, Franconia, Hessische Bergstrasse, Mittelrhein, Mosel, Nahe, Palatinate, Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Saale-Unstrut, Saxony, and Württemberg. Most of these ... Read More

    From the article The Many Sides of German Wine


  • Maria, welcome to Snooth!  EMark has made some good points but let add a couple more notes to his recs.We've gotten our wine home a couple different ways:1. Checked wine on the airlplane.  This is good as long as you have a strong back and have no luggage fees.  We've purchased shippers from wineries we've visited and their usually very inexpens... Read More

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  • Hello! I am heading to Napa/Sonoma soon and was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for transporting wine home.  I'd rather not check in my luggage but it doesn't appear that there are easy options to ship all your wine (except from each winery separately). Any suggestions?  Also, once I'm back from the trip, are there any good online ma... Read More

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  • As I found when I conducted the searches I posted about at top, you need to refine your criteria down to specific communities to get the best results. And they do make it clear that they're starting from the LA area.I personally think that if the functionality can be steadily improved it could be a useful site and web/mobile app. Of course it al... Read More

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  • This site (app? service?) looks potentially useful in finding more places where you can BYO, and perhaps in promoting their increase. Seems to be new, starting in Southern California, but has anyone already used the site locally? Just did a search and found only two restaurants each covered in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, zero in Santa Barbara, fo... Read More

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  • We've had a relationship with wine for several millennia and counting. This relationship has been documented in a number of ways, but so much has been lost to the ravages of time. Gaps in history leave wine culture open to interpretation, but with the dawn of modern media things have changed. Whether we like it or not, modern media will help us ... Read More

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  • Tremendous variation over the course of the year. Sometimes weeks or even months without (detox, training, etc.). Sometimes a couple bottles a week (often when eating alone). Sometimes a couple bottles a night (with plenty of company), in some cases continuing for a week straight or more when lots of entertaining gets scheduled in.When I was act... Read More

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  • How much wine is enough for you? (of course it depends on the purpose of drinking):)How much is too much?How do you find a balance? Read More

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  • Not sure how much light is an issue with those cabinet doors.  ;-)Though as cases and bottles overflow as they always do, yes will want shades on the windows.Can't say I've ever seen this approach to a cellar before. The house as a whole uses a lot of gorgeous wood and I think the owner is well into woodworking.My thoughts exactly about the need... Read More

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  • worth it

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  • Continued success in your beautiful new location!

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  • huge inventory. helpful folks.

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