The Endless Vine

+1 201-891-3669 823 Franklin Lakes Road
Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417
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The Endless Vine, a premier wine shop with an attached smoke-free wine bar and cocktail lounge, offers approximately 15 wines by the glass , beers on tap, and premium cocktails and martinis. Our on-premise perk allows us to obtain highly allocated wines that are not regularly found in the average wine shop. Aside from our cozy wine bar, we have a temperature controlled wine storage room, with close to 5,000 bottles! We are especially proud of our extensive selection of wines. Stunning Burgundies, Classic Bordeaux's, wild Rhone's, red-hot Italians, boutique Australians, powerhouse Cabernet's and mind-blowing blends, the list goes on and on ....... The Endless Vine is a customer friendly environment with a wine educated sales staff to assist you in choosing wines tailored to your tastes. We encourage any questions you may have about wines, food pairings, proper storage, and more. Please take a look at just some of the great wines that we offer to you with a smile. – Description from JelaDragoljevic

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  • Hi all! I've recently posted three different lists of organic wines. Since I'm really interested in organic and biodynamic farming, I'd love to hear your tips on favorite wines in these categories. Is there anything you think I should taste? Also, it tends to be a topic on which people have strong opinions. What is yours? What do you think about... Read More

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