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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  • Yet another example of how Italian wines--even Baroli--can provide relatively great value. Anyone care to guess what a similar lineup of 1961 Bordeaux would be going for?If I were anywhere near NYC on Nov. 1, I'd be at that dinner... Barolo + Barbaresco 19641964 is considered one of a few really great Piemonte vintages – an “Annata Eccezionale” ... Read More

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  • White wines are a summer classic, but it has been a long summer. There is a good chance that you are surfeit with white wine by now. Ultra-hip rosé and orange wines aren’t your only options. Be a true trendsetter and cozy up with a late summer red. Summer calls for diaphanous red wine grapes that allow fresh fruits to shine without the deep, dar... Read More

    From the article Superior Red Wines for Summertime


  • Use the 20% off coupons, Al.I decided to continue the Pagani Comparo, tonight. This was so much fun.The dark red plum color on this one was very similar to the Ridge.  The plummy nose was similar, but, maybe, a tad acerbic.  Somewhat similar plum taste on introduction, but this one had tartness, did not go anywhere near prune and also suggested ... Read More

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  • Post here about wines that used to satisfy, but for whatever reason (corporate buyout, founder dying, price gouging or other repositionings resulting from lusting lunges towards greater monetary reward, etc., etc. ad nauseum) have either disappeared or now become a disappointment. The more story, the better.I'll get the ball rolling with some si... Read More

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  • Time to turn the amp up to 11, at least for the wine hype machine, thanks to James Suckling on the 2015 vintage of Chateau Margaux:"The greatest Margaux ever made. More than perfection. Full body, firm and ultra-silky tannins. Black currant, mineral and floral character. It starts slowly and seems almost endless on the palate. Seamless. I want t... Read More

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  • The 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon is composed primarily of grapes grown on Keenan’s Spring Mountain District Estate; the remainder of the fruit was harvested from Pope Valley, a grape growing region located in the eastern portion of Napa.Keenan’s Estate Cabernet Sauvignon grapes were harvested beginning on October 1st, with the final lot being picked ... Read More

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  • Nebbiolo is a challenge to grow elsewhere, but that's because it's a challenge to grow anywhere, and it happens to have found a home in a place with very particular weather conditions.  That's problem number one.  It's a late ripener, so it has benefited by keeping the crop down to hasten ripening.  While other wines are now overripe, Piemonte h... Read More

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  • This book looks enticing but was looking for feedback from anyone who may have read it. Thanks Read More

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  • Duncan, I'm with Dave on this.  Yes, they have a monitoring agency, but that's also what the TTB is.  (Formerly part of ATF, but alcohol and firearms aren't a good mix.) Adulterating wine is older than regulating it, meaning the Europeans have lots of experience at it and are pretty good at it.  Rumor almost never go away that someone is putting... Read More

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  • This morning I was pontificating in the coffee shop about wine bottle labeling.  My buddy, being the the ex-lawyer type, asked a lawyer question.  Who monitors this stuff?I then realized that I had never heard of anybody (OK, I'm talking domestically, here.) being accused of say:Labeling a bottle as "Cabernet Sauvignon" and, then, being caught f... Read More

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