I. M. Wine Store

240.456.0330 8180 Maple Lawn Blvd
Fulton, MD 20759
United States View map

Want a great bottle of wine at a great price? If you’re just discovering the world of wine or you’re an experienced connoisseur, come to i.m.Wine. Here you’ll find an extensive selection of small producer wines from the US and around the world. Tasting every wine we buy, our expert staff can recommend a wide variety of wines with confidence. – Description from dvoristanac

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  • I am fairly new to wine and am just learning about all the different types and regions of wine.  I tend to lean towards the more dry and red wines.. I was looking for a summer wine, one I could drink chilled.. I have recently discovered the "unoaked" chardonnays and I love them.. Is there any other types that fall close to this category?  Especi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic A good Summer wine


  • Irony is a funny thing. I am quite a funny thing too. I’m a 22 year old, white woman who spends her day thinking and writing about wine, something I have no real or honest clue about. You could pass me a vat of vinegar and a flute of something French and I would be able to tell you little, or nothing about why they are different, why one has ter... 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

    Forum post in the topic Cheap whites Vs. Cheap reds


  • 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

    Forum post in the topic Who are the consistent CA...


  • Dulcis Rosso

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    I signed up on this site just to review this wine (though now that I'm registered, I'm sure I'll write some more reviews later), so I think that says something about it.I found this wine at my local HEB store here in Texas, under a label that said "Customer Favorites." I'd never heard of it, but at $8.99 a bottle, I didn't have much to lose.The ... Read More

    Wine review by ZingerTheHero


  • I'm looking for a good book to read about wine, any suggestions? Read More

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  • Think I just had the best QPR wine of my young career tonight, a 2006 Bodegas Luberrie Rioja Biga. Bought at a local wine shop...was just browsing actually while my wife was having her nails done and noticed this was an (ST 90), and the only couple reviews on CT were very good.  Definitely did not disappoint, in fact for $16.99 this is the most ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best Rioja's Under $20?


  • So I've been drinking wine since I was a kid, but I have no idea what the right answer to this question is, and it just occurred to me as I poured a 2003 Bord the other night. I store my wine laying on its side.  (duh!) The sediment settles on that side of the bottle and, because the fill level is high, up the neck.  A day or two before opening ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Sediment in the neck


  • Hi,I am looking to finde the really fat, thick, creamy Chardonnays. The ones that can hardly leave the glass. It doesn't matter if malolactic fermentation has been used or not - what matters is that the wine is a real "extreme butter bomb".Can anyone recomend any such extremly fat creamy Chardonnays ? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fat, rich, creamy and buttery...


  • Been reading for sometime, decided to give it a try - a little intimidated..however, everyone starts somewhere, right.Enjoying this evening Casa Silva Los Lingues Carmenere - 2006Lovely, except for the shattered dry cork , which I insisted I keep at, better half thinks I should have just push it back into bottle... ended up straining through che... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Newbie from Calgary, Alberta


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