Suggestions for a good on line wine retailer?

This is my first visit to alt.food.wine and I've learned quite a bit in just a few minutes, thank you. Can anyone suggest an on line wine retailer with a robust inventory, and the willingness to supply just about any wine requested. Preferably on the west coast (Seattle area) to cut down on freight cost and time? I have looked into a couple and find their selections limited. It would be nice to read about a wine and know I can buy it without putting a 1000 miles on my car searching around :) - Thanks, GB
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Grampa Bob
You may want to try costco. They ship locally in Washington State. Here's their web site --->
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In article , "Grampa Bob" writes: >This is my first visit to alt.food.wine and I've learned quite a bit in just >a few minutes, thank you. Can anyone suggest an on line wine retailer with a >robust inventory, and the willingness to supply just about any wine >requested. Preferably on the west coast (Seattle area) to cut down on >freight cost and time? I have looked into a couple and find their selections >limited. It would be nice to read about a wine and know I can buy it without >putting a 1000 miles on my car searching around :)
Garagiste in Seattle is a great retailer,but as they specialize in small production wines maybe not what you're looking for.
In California K & L, the Wine Club, HiTimes, and Premier Cru all have their adherents (PC is one I use the most, premiercru.net, others should be easy to google).
Good luck! Dale
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I'd like to mention Vineyardgate.com, Tinamou.com, and samswine.com. The first two are small but have things I can't find elsewhere, Sams is in Chicago- but has great selection.
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kenneth mccoy
Thank you John, Dale, & Kenneth for your great suggestions. I've already made some headway. I'm looking forward to returning the favor - Thanks, Bob > This is my first visit to alt.food.wine and I've learned quite a bit in just > a few minutes, thank you. Can anyone suggest an on line wine retailer with a > robust inventory, and the willingness to supply just about any wine > requested. Preferably on the west coast (Seattle area) to cut down on > freight cost and time? I have looked into a couple and find their selections > limited. It would be nice to read about a wine and know I can buy it without > putting a 1000 miles on my car searching around :) - Thanks, GB > > >
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