The Wine Den

352-735-5594 109 East 4th Ave
Mount Dora , FL 32757
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The Wine Den is located in historic downtown Mt. Dora. In this unique combination of wine bar and wine shop, buying and tasting wine becomes a completely involving experience. Let our trained staff help you pick out the perfect bottle of wine for any occasion. Whether you are celebrating an accomplishment or just need a little relaxing replenishment you’ll love enjoying a glass of wine or maybe a microbrew beer in our shop. Located in historic, downtown Mt Dora Florida, we are near the corner of Donnelly Street and 4th Avenue, located on 4th Ave next to Piglet’s Pantry and across the street from The Frosty Mug. Please come see why we were voted LAKE MAGAZINE BEST OF THE BEST! – Description from thewinedenlover

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  • Vino,Nice fridge, but could you turn it 90 degrees (move the card table) and not have so much direct light?  How close to the front of your house is this room?  Just curious, it looks like a den, not too far inside.  I'd be reluctant to have that a dedicated cellar!  Or did you mean part of the room? Read More

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  • I spearheaded this incredible custom design last month. The ambient temperature in my region is approximately 55 degrees throughout the day; ideal for harnessing the explosive potential lurking within this vast selection. The tight seal on this cellar door makes for the perfect, dank environment. I have plans to expand later this year. Okay, eno... Read More

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  • Funny thing about these lava lamps - they were just for me to view since this was the desk in the den where I opened the wine bottles and placed them into several layers of newspaper bags to hide their identity.  These particular lamps allow you to turn them up too high though, so the material just stays at the top.  Now in the living room, wher... Read More

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  • A user wrote to me asking for some help, and I knew immediately where they should turn! Here's the message:"Just joined and I'm supposed to give a lecture on wine appreciation--history, how to taste, pairing with food, etc to a local medical society in the next few weeks. My only qualification to do this is that I'm the wine lover of the group. ... Read More

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