I second the recommendation for Moore Brothers. Note they carry mostly French and Italian, with a few California and German wines. I like the store a lot, but it's not the place to find most of what's discussed here. Of course, that's part of the reason to go. For more of a "supermarket" wine experience, there's Total Wine (in Delaware, just south of the PA border - and many other east coast locations) and Gary's in north/central Jersey (Bernardsville and Madison), both of which carry everyday to the special ocassion wines. In CA I like The Wine Club, in San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Clara. Back on topic, I've found the Echelon (from California) line of wines to be very good and very well priced, as are many Chilean Cabs, and you can try Macons or St. Verans for under $15 if you want Chardonnay that's not too oaky - or of course Chablis for Chardonnay that hasn't seen oak at all.
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1/28/05 at 3:40pm