Wines Anywhere

732 477 4249 567 Mantoloking Rd
Brick, NJ 08723
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Winesanywhere is the e-commerce site for Lenape Buyrite Liquors located in Brick, New Jersey. Lenape Buyrite is one of the premier wine and spirits merchants in the South Jersey area. Lenape Buyrite has been in business for over fifty years and for the past thirteen years has been owned and operated by the Reddy family. We strive to provide the best possible service to all our customers, both locally and throughout the country. Thank you for visiting our site and we look forward to fulfilling all your wine needs. – Description from bevsites

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  • Virginia Governor Robert McDonald has been incredibly bullish and aggressive (good things) regarding the future of Virginia wine making and its surrounding agritourism potential for the Commonwealth.This new legislation is just another example of his policy directly promoting the expansion of wine production from the Cardinal's Commonwealth.  St... Read More

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  • One topic leads to another! How many of you think cork taint is less common than it was a few years ago? I think things have gotten better and I know of at least one cork broker who has a method of purging the TCA out of the corks before delivery. Plus, they work with a very sophisticated wine lab and the QC is much better. What do you think? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Is Cork Taint on the Decline?


  • I usually buy wines priced from $9-$13 and I'm wondering if anyone has some favorites in this price range.  I'll try any type of wine.  Thanks!! Read More

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  • A group of fearless bloggers is now in Friuli, Italy, and reporting daily on their adventures. All of their blog posts can be found at http://cof2011.com/ as well as on each individual's blog. We are thrilled to be able to bring their reporting to you and encourage you to visit their blogs daily for exciting Friulian updates from Jeremy Parze... Read More

    From the article A Hug After Rough Secs


  • I tried Luccio Rosa and found out that they do not  make it anymore. It was my first bottle of wine and loved it. My sister told me some more to try if I liked that and she gave me Stella Rose wich was good. And Macodo. They are both very good but would like to expand. Please help if you have any idea's. I have tried the Yellowtail and really, r... Read More

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  • Hello all,I'm fairly new to wine. I've done most of my dabbling so far in white wines and I absolutely love Pinot Grigio and Reislings.I'm looking to start exploring into red wines, but I don't have any idea where to start. I had a Merlot once that was very clean and tasty on my palette and I just loved it, but I don't remember what it was. The ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Red Wine suggestion?


  • Hi everyone, just found this site last night.  I'm a disillusioned attorney seriously considering a change in career.  As I love wine (and the food service industry as a whole), I'm curious what the training and career path looks like for a sommelier.  I've seen organizations that give exams for accreditation, but I'm thinking it requires some s... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What does it take to become a...


  • Wandering around a local wine store over the weekend, noticed on the tasting counter a Chenin Blanc a wine which i have never tasted before.It was a  Bellingham 'The Bernard Series' Old Vine 2009/10 Western Cape from South Africa. £10 ($15) I liked it a lot, very dark gold colour, smelled of exotic fruits and honey. ended up buying a couple of b... Read More

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  • New here.  I have "inherited" some red wines which vary in vintage from 1981 onward.  How do I find out information regarding when these wines are best consumed?  I don't want to miss the best times to enjoy these wines but feel a bit lost and overwhelmed trying to find information. Thanks, and really appreciate any advice.  This might not be wh... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Determining how long to cellar


  • Kluge Estate New World Red 2002

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    It's difficult for me to find words that describe just how much I disagree with the idea that the 2002 Kluge red, if it even still exists, is anywhere near what's being produced in Virginia ALONE... LET alone what's being produced in California.DO NOT, and I plead with you to not throw this wine up as an example of World Class Virginia reds wine... Read More

    Wine review by ChipDWood


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