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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  • Rioja remains one of the very last bastions of value when it comes to ... by: ... ... by: The San Francisco Wine Exchange San  Francisco CA Dark and earthy on the nose with aromas of dried fruits and peppery spices that gain attractive floral and herbal nuances with air and a nice low hit of vanilla. Rather rich and a touch soft in the mouth,... Read More

    From the article Rioja Wines are Brimming with Value

  • Wow, that one is pretty interesting.  It's from the Malaga region of Spain (right on the Mediterranean), it is a non-vintage and my guess is that it is a sweet wine.  I, suppose, though, that you could have Googled it just like I did, and, so, you may already know that.  We do have some pretty sharp Spanish wine people who play here, occasionall... Read More

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  • Greetings,We have an old bottle of wine that we have very little knowledge about. I'm hoping that someone on this site might be able to enlighten us. Thanks in advance,Donna Read More

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  • Falling currency and rising prices can make wine a bitter swill to swallow. New figures show that Russia's imports have fallen drastically amid the sad performance of the ruble, according to a recent story by English-language news site Russia Beyond the Headlines. “Russian importers are being forced to cut shipments of foreign wine, with a 44 pe... Read More

    From the article Glass Half Empty: Russian Wine Imports Withering

  • DV, I may have overstated.  Much of my belief is based on annecdotes.My father-in-law used to have his own refrigeration repair business.  He seemed to see a lot of failures in wine storage systems in which the coils would become corroded.  His belief was that there was something "emitted" from the wine botles that accellerated this corrosion.  ... Read More

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  • I am a wine lover planning on taking the lvl 1 WSET this summer. In taking recent classes and going to meet ups and tastings, I've learned to really enjoy and appreciate the process of aging wines. I really want to begin aging my own wines at home, but living in a very open-concept, large windowed town house in Houston, Texas my options seem lim... Read More

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  • As for Cascina delle Rose, you can order away at Saratoga Wine ExchangeLooks like for the 2011 vintage, they have both Rio Sordo and Tre Stelle, along with some back vintages and large formats. Go big!Anyway, buy through them with confidence. I've done business with them before and recommend them.  Read More

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  • It remains to be seen if there's a blessing in every bottle of Cabernet FRANCis. Trinitas Cellars, a Catholic winery located in California's Napa Valley, recently released the Cabernet Franc as part of the winery's tradition of creating a wine in honor of the pope. In this case, the holy man in question is the Argentine Pope Francis I. “(Winery ... Read More

    From the article Napa Vineyard Pays Homage to Pontiff With Personalized Wine

  • Import taxes on Chilean wine in China have come to an end nearly 10 years after the two countries signed a free-agreement under the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation pact.  The no-tariff importation of Chilean wine officially kicked in earlier this month and applies to bottled and bulk wine imports, according to an article featured on website Fi... Read More

    From the article Chileans, Chinese Wave Goodbye to Import Tariffs

  • A five-year plan never hurts. This past week the International Organization for Vine and Wine (OIV) released its list of objectives for the next five years. The road map is becoming an important instrument in a world where wine exports are growing at record rates, the OIV said.  “In this context, where competition is developing between countries... Read More

    From the article OIV Presents Five Goals For Next Five Years

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