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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  • I recently had this wine at an Olive Garden that I have been trying to find. I thought maybe I could find it else where for cheaper. I did not think it was a house wine but after searching for it I cannot find it anywhere. I then went to look on their website to see what they had it listed as in case I was searching wrong or something and it is ... Read More

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  • I've found that when trying a cheap red or white wine, the whites are always better. I have tried the Concha Y Toro red wines as well as Trader Joe's red wines and they are horrible. But when I've tried cheap white wines, they'ved faired so much better.I haved tried the Trader Joe's Chardonnay and I really liked it, and it's only $2.99.I have al... Read More

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  • Outside of the pricey boutique wineries, who do you think consistently produces good wine year-after-year and represents good value? I'm thinking of the "larger" more established wine makers, who try and bring their A-game across the spectrum of their varietals.To me the sign of a good wine maker and overall brand is someone who you can trust ev... Read More

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  • Soo... based on some other threads, the topic of Burgundies vs. CA pinots has arisen.  I, being a French virgin, would love to hear more about burgundies.  They are NOT my expertise at all... and to be honest, I have only tasted one, and it ended up being oxidized (sommelier agreed). My expertise tends to lie with Northern California coastal pin... Read More

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  • Hello all,I'm your typical wine novice from the US and I absolutely LOVE wine, and now I am trying to venture in to the world of French wine, especially reds. Honestly, it intimidates me as the prices for Bordeaux's are crazy so I'm much less likely to test out many of them.I have been to many French restaurants and usually find pretty good wine... Read More

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  • 1. Steve Tanzer - Like how he grades tough and also like the regions he specializes in (Burgundy, Piedmont, California/Washington, South Africa, Bordeaux).  Actually, I never knew this guy was American until I looked it up.2. James Suckling - Really like his approach to ratings, and think his website is a must for wine connoisseurs. 3. Robert Pa... Read More

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  • I just finished reading 10 pages of very interesting, insightful and articulate posts about the perceived demise of California Cabernet Sauvignon. There was a lot of data contributing to the perception that California is in the middle of a high alcohol "fruit bomb" era.I'm not going to pretend to be Robert Parker Jr., James Laube or even several... Read More

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  • I did enjoy Gregory Del Piaz's article on this subject.I am a Brit who visits France about once a year and usually hits a supermarket in or near Calais on the way home.l frequently buy Cahors.which I like and not only because it is cheap and I have never found it too tannic.I also often buy Corbierres,an appellation not mentioned in the article,... Read More

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  • We I am reading wine reviews about wines that require cellering I am not sure which dateyou consider when the writer says this wine could use 2-5 years in the cellar. Is it from the date of the vintage or is it from the date of the review? I always thought it was the date of the vintage but others have said it is the date of the review. So I am ... Read More

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  • Virginia Governor Robert McDonald has been incredibly bullish and aggressive (good things) regarding the future of Virginia wine making and its surrounding agritourism potential for the Commonwealth.This new legislation is just another example of his policy directly promoting the expansion of wine production from the Cardinal's Commonwealth.  St... Read More

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