Wine Exchange

+1 714 974-1454 2368 N. Orangemall
Orange, CA 92865
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Wine Exchange was originally established in Orange, California in 1982 under our previous name, Liquor Exchange. In 1990 we officially changed our name to Wine Exchange, more properly reflecting our wine orientation. Since the beginning our philosophy has been to diligently select the world's finest wines and operate as efficiently as we can, allowing us the opportunity to operate on a much lower margin than our competition. In fact, Wine Exchange was one of the first wine stores in Southern California to adopt a discount format for selling fine wine. The concept was to buy large quantities of wine, taking advantage of discounts available, and pass those savings onto the consumer without abandoning our commitment to service and selection. Wine Exchange has a multi-page newsletter we call the Stock Report (such as it is), typically 48-64 pages full of original information that has been published every month since February, 1985. We run a wine tasting program based on subjects which we create ourselves Read more »

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  • Winex is a fantastic wine store. Their team is enthusiastic and knowledgable, their palates and noses are good to excellent (they select great wines, consistently), yet their prices are excellent, I've never had a bad bottle of wine sold to me. To my knowledge Winex was the first store in the area to adopt the Napa Technology preservation mach...

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  • Thanks DV. Yes, the wine has great reviews in CT. This is the beauty of the SS exchange as I would never have had the opportunity to try such a wine. Looking forward to it. I'm thinking to let it rest for at least a few months but I'd like some input on that. BTW: my clinical background is in M.R.I. so your buddy Chester is a cool kat in my book! Read More

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  • I'm getting into the holiday spirit now, and it's not even Halloween yet.  Must be the cool fall weather out here in Virginia.  If you have any special needs regarding the sending and receipt of wine in the Secret Santa exchange, be sure to send me a private message.  I ignore most of them but I just might read yours, so give it a shot. Read More

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  • Something isn't working right.In the early days Snooth had a legion of employees who were active in the forum. They have gone away from this model. We are merely participants. It is not our job to recruit new members. My job is to sell tools. I come here to converse with people I meet here and share some of my wine experiences. I also interact o... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?

  • DM - Everyone knew who the Secret Santa organizer was last year.  What we don't know is the person sending us the special bottle of wine.TS3 - I think you are asking to sign up for being a participant in the Secret Santa bottle exchange.  However, we need to know how serious you are and that involves posting on this forum for the next few weeks.... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Secret Santa 2015

  • Secret Santa 2015 is now in process with 10 forum members participating.  The bottles were all shipped and have been delivered.  We started opening our gifts / tasting the wine on Black Friday, 27 November 2015.  Current guesses as to the senders:JONDERRY - received giftOUTTHERE - received bottle from NAPAGIRLREALLY BIG AL - He knows the real ma... Read More

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  • If you're still hanging onto the idea that wines with screw caps are a sure-fire path to wine perdition, you're about 10 years behind the times.  Yet some countries – buenos días, Spain – refuse to succumb to the screw cap and maintain their cork-only bottling laws.  What to make of the cork-vs.-metal closure debate?  The Wall Street Journal win... Read More

    From the article Corked Wine Debate Continues Its Corkscrew Path

  • The eighth season of Joseph Rosendo’s Travelscope has given me the opportunity to discover some destinations I’ve never visited and new sides to places I’ve known. This season’s fifteen new PBS episodes (grand total 106 now) span the globe from Asia to Europe and have offered me the chance to sample some novel tastes. Since I am always in search... Read More

    From the article Top Travel Destinations for Wine Lovers

  • our habit of buying a bottle of what tastes best when we visit a tasting room doesn't always pan out.I have learned that my tasting room experiences are not trustworthy at all.  So, when I visit a tasting room, I will, invariably buy some of the wines that I did not particlualry like when I tasted them along with wines that I did like.  I'm gues... Read More

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  • I'm glad I could be of service, referring to the Knight's Valley selection.  I too was wondering about this special Beringer wine.  I had visited the Beringer winery back in 1984 on a Honda Nighthawk S motorcycle with my new wife, and we bought just a cheap Cabernet Sauvignon (according to her memory).  I carried it back home wrapped up on the l... Read More

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  • Wow, a tough one, Ron.I have no experience with any instance like this, but my knee-jerk reation would be to contact the vendor, show them your pictures, and ask for an exchange or refund.  I doubt that you will be made whole, but you might get something.  Sadly, that something might be a token partial credit to be applied to future purchases, w... Read More

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