Retail: Shelf Esteem

Your neighborhood wineshop can be source of reliable advice and guided exploration

Retail: Shelf Esteem
The wine store staff are there to help, and they can clue you in to exciting new arrivals and discoveries. (Nathan Hackett)
From the Feb 29, 2020, issue

Brick-and-mortar wineshops can provide a personal touch and a sense of familiarity when it comes to wine-buying. Use these tips to make the most of your visit.

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