I. M. Wine Store

240.456.0330 8180 Maple Lawn Blvd
Fulton, MD 20759
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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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  • 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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  • there has always been controversy over what causes the headache of red wine.  sulfites, whatever.  they don't really have anything to do with it.  sulfites are everywhere, used to preserve most everything you eat.  i've heard that changing brands of wine can help.  i've also heard of taking antihistamines.  any other suggestions i can pass along... Read More

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  • I have recently started to delv into the complex and seemingly endless world of wine. I have so much to learn! I love to have a challenge but will be seeking guidance on a regular basis. Any and all recommendations for a beginner will be gratefully accepted. Suggestions on beginner wines to starter wines for collecting and anything else anyone t... Read More

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  • It seems that that poor sales (i.e. cash flow) is still causing trouble through the wine industry.  The following wines are closing up:Frazier CosentinoEosKluge (VA) More details here: http://napavalleyregister.com/lifestyles/food-and-cooking/wine/article_5d231e02-f38f-11df-8579-001cc4c03286.html Read More

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  • I'm thinking white is too weak red is too strong Is there anything worth drinking in the blushes Read More

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  • It has now happened twice to me, in a week's time-  in two very different wine regions:  rude and/or uninformed tasting room personnel.I think it is a result of incorporating family or friends into one's business, regardless of their skills/knowledge.  That is the only explanation I can come up with for this.  I recently met, while at another ta... Read More

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  • As I hear from Gregory Dal Piaz and many others in the past "wine need not cost a fortune to drink well. There are also quite some books around with titles like "500 wines below € 10,- ".Looking in a wine shops you seen many wines in the range of € 20 to 50 with lables providing the same type of information many times lessI would be interested t... Read More

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  • I like a glass of wine or two with dinner, but I'm usually by myself. So, I was looking into buying half-bottles of things but they seem to be pretty hard to find (around here at least). Do you typically purchase half-bottles online? Or do they seem to be in small liqueur stores but not in large grocery stores, etc.?P.S. I love you all! Snooth i... Read More

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  • I know this is probably a terribly stupid question... But what should I do with old wine bottles? Do I just toss them? Michigan recycles most drink containers, so throwing out these beautiful bottles seems wasteful. Maybe I'll have to hunt down a recycling center in the area. Read More

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  • This might be a crazy idea, but anyway...I'm heading back to Australia for a bit soon, and want to take about 12 bottles of wine with me. I can't think of any reasonable way I could pack that in my checked luggage without ending up with red-coloured damp luggage and broken glass at the other end. Taking it as carry-on luggage is sadly no longer ... Read More

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