The Best Place to Buy Wine in Every State

Source: Courtesy of Boulder Wine Merchant via Yelp

Colorado: Boulder Wine Merchant
> Location: Boulder

Co-owned and run by master sommelier Brett Zimmerman, Boulder Wine Merchant offers an expertly chosen assortment of wines at a range of prices, as well as craft beers, spirits, and artisanal foods. Every wine is hand-picked and each month brings a new selection of featured wines on sale.

Source: Courtesy of Stew Leonard's Wines & Spirits via Yelp

Connecticut: Stew Leonard’s Wines & Spirits
> Location: Norwalk, Danbury, and Newington

From Connecticut’s favorite niche grocer, Stew Leonard’s Wine & Spirits stores offer a massive selection of beer, liquor, and wine, with half-case discounts on wine and other deeply discounted specials. Both budget wines (including some $3.99 bottles) and higher-end choices are available, with many tried and true labels to choose from.

Source: Courtesy of Albert K. via Yelp

Delaware: Kreston Wine & Spirits
> Location: Wilmington and Middletown

With two Delaware locations, Kreston Wine & Spirits is a family-owned purveyor that carries a warehouse-sized selection of beer, liquor, and wine at competitive prices. Most well-known labels are in stock, and some lesser-known wines are also available. The selection of bottles under $20 is extensive.

Source: Courtesy of Michael C. via Yelp

Florida: Golden Hour
> Location: Orlando

A bright and charming natural wine shop and bar, Golden Hour is a place to enjoy a few glasses and learn about some fun new wines from the extremely approachable proprietor. Let the staff’s knowledge of their rare and interesting bottles guide your selection, and you will be a customer for life.

Source: Courtesy of 3 Parks Wine Shop via Facebook

Georgia: 3 Parks Wine Shop
> Location: Atlanta

A haven for everything wine-related, 3 Parks Wine Shop offers not only a curated selection of natural wines from small producers to fit any budget but also in-store tasting events, themed monthly subscription clubs, a mobile wine bar to cater private events, and weekend wine-tasting flights.

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