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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  • A friend brought me back a bottle of 2010 Silvaner wine from Germany.The bottle says Kabinett Trocken Franken, I'm not familiar at all with wines, can you tell me when I should open it? Thank you Read More

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  • Purchased winter of 1985 for approximately $4.79 at Astor Wines in New York City.Enjoyed shortly thereafter in my Upper West Side studio Apartment.I was well on my way to ruin by the winter of 1985, though it had not yet become apparent to me. My days as a wine-loving college student were fairly routine, though my routine was anything but routin... Read More

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  • Papio Cabernet Sauvignon California 2009

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    Its a cheap wine, so it wont be the most interesting or depth-filled glass you've ever finished... but as an every day, home-from-work-and-tired drinking wine, its the best around! We get cases of their 1.5 L bottles whenever possible (used to spend about $50 on a case!) Read More

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  • Sylvester Estate Winery Pinot Noir Rouge 2007

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    In the glass, an engaging funkiness (that's a good thing), forest mushrooms, sour cherry, saddle leather, allspice, peach pit. Opens to add ripe pinot fruit, white pepper. It needs a large glass, or the alcohol can take too much of the stage. Flavours of ripe bing cherry, tart plum skin, white pepper, mushroom. Finishes with a slightly bitter an... Read More

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  • Hey guys,I have a feeling I know the answer to this, but just wanted to get some expert advice on the situation. I recently ordered some wine from Italy while I was over there last.  They shipped it despite the heat wave we have going on, and I'm afraid some bottles are ruined.I noticed three of my super tuscans were bleeding through the corks w... Read More

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  • Parties, BBQs, afternoons at the beach… summer is the time to kick back and celebrate — and a good time to stock up on wine, so you’re ready to raise a glass (or not show up empty-handed) when the moment strikes. If you feel like saving some cash (and yourself the hassle of dealing with the wine store), check out this special offer from The Virg... Read More

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  • For those of you fortunate enough to have a partner-in-wine, storing leftover wine may not be an issue, since a 750ml bottle divides nicely between two people. For those of you drinking solo, on the other hand, the 750ml bottle format presents a nagging problem of preserving leftover wine, especially if you want to sample and compare different b... Read More

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  • When I first took up wine as a true hobby a few years back, I assumed that what makes a wine enjoyable was about 50/50... Half of the credit goes to the consumer, each of whom has a unique set of habits, preferences, and neural networking. The other half goes to the vintner, who carefully selects his crop, critcally oversees the winemaking proce... Read More

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  • Is Mont Sant the next big area in the wine world?  Read More

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