Liquor World

(508) 528-0138 365 West Central Street
Franklin, MA 02038
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Liquor World was established in Norfolk, Massachusetts by the Joannides Family and moved to the current Franklin location at 365 West Central Street in 1986. Later, Liquor World President George Joannides opened a second location in Milford, Massachusetts. Our third location in Medway, MA, opened in the summer of 2004 at the new Star Market Plaza on the junction of Route 109 and Holliston Street. We at Liquor World are proud to provide the widest selection of fine wines, spirits and beers in the area. Our knowledgeable and experienced staff is always on-hand to answer all your questions, provide assistance for everything from party planning and gift-giving selections to the stocking of private cellars. We also specialize in special ordering wines, spirits and craft brews we might not otherwise carry. While we pride ourselves in our extensive selection of fine wines from all over the world, we are particularly proud of our impressive selection of allocated and other top level wines from some of the Read more »

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