Wine King

+1 732-528-7777 2439 Route 34 South
Manasquan, NJ 08736
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Welcome to Wine King, fine wine shoppe.We are proud to offer the world's finest wines at competitive prices. We provide the best quality service by taking orders online, by phone or in-store. We offer outstanding wines from across the world. In store, we have managers with tremendous expertise who can help the customers on the floor with their purchase anytime. – Description from JelaDragoljevic

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  • MJ - A change of pace is a good idea when drinking wine.  I hardly ever buy a case of one wine because it's easy to get tired of it and then the rest of the bottles just sit in the cellar for a few years....hey, maybe I should look into that!  Anyway, I'm lucky if we hang onto a bottle longer than 4 years.This afternoon, after another grueling 2... Read More

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  • MJ - Congratulations on your 27th wedding anniversary.  We just celebrated our 33rd wedding anniversary last night.Speaking of which, I did manage to take a few pictures.  We rode the Metro system into Washington DC and dined at Joe's Seafood, Prime Steak and Stone Crab.  This is one of our favorite restaurants and you can bet it's expensive.  F... Read More

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  • Just back from Chablis with a few thoughts. The first is that the Chablisienne should try and find another name for Petit Chablis. I often hear wine enthusiasts say it’s “Chablis that didn’t make the grade”, “from young vines or poor vineyards”. Sadly, this is not surprising as the name does suggest an inferior wine but after two days of tasting... Read More

    From the article The Truth About Petit Chablis


  • James, I've found the A to Z and King Estate pinots aren't half bad for around $16 at our Total Wine.Having visited our son many times in Portland we have tasted fairly extensively in Willamette Valley. Looking at my spreadsheet, my purchases from the wineries we visited pretty much start at the $25 mark and climb to $85. Read More

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  • Yeah! It is oyster season in my town. Pick a peck in about 30 min. Best oysters in the world. No bias, no kidding. Wine = anything that is white, dry, French, and Loire or Champagne with an exceptional Chardonnay or Chablis admitted, meeting of course the French criteria. Notice the "spikes".  You will never see those on a restaurant oyster. The... Read More

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  • No brainer for me. The 2013 Insignia. - fingers crossed that your link is a survivor. Read More

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  • Sounds like storage was good for all. Did everyone else provide a few bottles each as you did? Any info about how they've acquired and stored the bottles? Always worrisome when you see labels like the Faively's, but then I've had TBAs, etc. from the Mosel and Rhein with far worse labels that were in great shape after 50 years--they just were sto... Read More

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  • This Thursday evening at Officine BRERA, I'll get a chance to taste some incredible wines. Well, they sure look incredible on paper anyhow.Champs1966 Bollinger 1999 Clos des Goisses  White Burgs2004 Leflaive Batard Montrachet 2004 Pierre Yves Colin Morey Chevalier Montrachet 2007 Sauzet Batard Montrachet 1999 Bouchard Chevlaier Montrachet  Red B... Read More

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  • Copy and Paste King possibly a ROBOT/ WEB-Spider?Hey CAFELINHCHI are your a BOT? & BTW .. if so I read in the Owners Manual you must answer YES I am a BOT!!  or Spider!!  when asked this question. ??-- And If not, why do you Copy and Paste Web wine tasting notes to make us more curious?  Resolve the issue CAFELINHCHI;  you owe Snooth readers an ... Read More

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  • Garnacha has arrived. Wine drinkers demand varietal Garnacha bottles and ask for the grape by name. Garnacha delivers versatility and character. Her gently styled dark fruit flavors pair with a broad range of dishes, and stand on their own. Now that we’ve established Garnacha as a go-to grape, we turn our attention to location. Where will we fin... Read More

    From the article Where to Find the Best Garnacha, Part One


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