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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  • Can do for AustraliaThe key components for wine are as followsGrape Cost  range $250/tonne for E Grade to $10,000/tonne for A GradeExtraction Rate at winery range 550 litres/tonne crushed for small wineries to 750+ for big wineries [eg Gallo's big winery in Central Valley]Winery overheads including depreciation wage costs chemicals electricity e... Read More

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  • The Sunset magazine that arrived today had a (very) short article on some relatively modestly-priced domestic wines.  In that article was a breakdown of one producer's cost for a bottle Pinot Noir.  The producer is Alit.  I am unfamiliar with this winery, but it looks like they are in Oregon.20.6% -- Price of the fruit. 7.8% -- Labor--winery sta... Read More

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  • Wine is booming in CHina5 years ago it was AUD25m per annum went through AUD500m barrier this year$/litre is very good and we are getting better than French on averageUS has picked up mainly at the USD 15-40 retail rangeUK tough exchange rate has gone wrong way since BrexitReasonable groeth in Canada and Nordics - rest of Europe tough due to ag ... Read More

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  • We've had a relationship with wine for several millennia and counting. This ... 2:22 and check out the short wine exchange. Lou, who some may consider a wine snob, drops a little wine knowledge about Bordeaux and Burgundy, including the term, ‘dee-conted.’ Enjoy!        Link to episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2-_ngw6Wtw Dezel QuillenM... Read More

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  • Santa? In March no less? Well yes, I exist all year round, and I've been doing some thinking. Thinking about a different approach this year.In steps the Secret Santa Savings Plan. A cookie jar/coffee can approach aimed at upping the ante.A Dollar-A-Day, that's all it takes. Chump change, the change in your pocket. Drop it into the jar each eveni... Read More

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  • There is no denying that in today’s wine marketing landscape social media presence is a box that needs to be checked. While social media is the face you present to the world, it’s not a dedicated revenue generating activity. In fact you most likely will generate very little revenue from it, comparatively speaking. To generate revenue you need a ... Read More

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  • "While screw cap made huge improvements in the world of wine in terms of radically reducing TCA, and certainly in eliminating TCA caused by closure, screw cap closures also have their own issues including bottle reduction and changes in aging from lack of oxygen exchange."Reduction is primarily due to sulfur and that's been long-since addressed.... Read More

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  • http://wakawakawinereviews.com/2017/03/06/advances-in-cork-quality-an-iq-session/ Interesting article on the latest in Cork technology from a recent technical session in the Napa Interested in the latest views from the US and other parts of the world Read More

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  • GregDean is a good bloke and yes does make some good wineUnfortunately history showed thatv too many of our winemakers were seduced by Parker Points which were awarded for high alcohol "fruit bombs" sadly it was not the fruit that was the problem it was the decision to harvest later to "engineer" high alcohol.The big problem we found with these ... Read More

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  • Brian,My colleague let me know that you came into the winery today to exchange a corked bottle of 2007 Kiser En Bas Pinot Noir.  Unfortunately we are not able to provide an exchange for this wine.  I have records of your purchases with us going back to 2010 and I cannot find a transaction that has a bottle of this wine in it.  We hope you’ve enj... Read More

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