Total Wine & More
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4.65/5 rDev +21.4%
Part of the Total Wine family of stores. A lot of fun to visit when passing through (Exit 4 on the Turnpike). These superstores are my "go to" places for both discount cases and craft brew/import sixers. Not the selection that some others might have, but high turnover means fresh beer. A wine store by name (and by majority of space), it still carries most of what you might want--unless you're looking for that obscure German altbier or Belgian. Even so, you'd be surprised. I'll even call ahead to be sure they have something I need. They'll go find it on the shelf while on hold. Excellent service. If you (like me) think there is something fun about shopping for beer with a shopping cart, this is your new favorite place.
10-04-2006 00:18:25 | More by tugdriver7
4.5/5 rDev +17.5%
Total Wine is a large, clean, well-run store with a good-sized staff that seems friendly and helpful.
The wine selection is very impressive! I buy all of the wine for my wine tasting group here (http://www.firstwednesdayswinetasting.com). They have a massive selection with some hard to find stuff and many exclusive items. The wine staff is great, and the prices are terrific.
The choice of wiskey is great, and they carry quite a few interesting liquors as well.
The beer selection is very good as well. It's over 300 beers, but many of those are common/average beers. I gave them a 4.5 for selection, but that's because they just have so many good wines and liquors as well. In their singles aisle they carry most of the Sam Smith line-up, many Belgians, Rogue, Allagash, etc. - a cart-load of micros and dozens of assorted imports! And for a cold six-pack, their selection of micros can't be beat locally.
I would highly recommend them for beer and wine!!!
06-09-2003 17:52:03 | More by NeroFiddled
4.5/5 rDev +17.5%
This location has one of the best selections of beer in South Jersey. Their prices are among the cheapest in the area and have promotional merchandise available during sales. This location offers beer lovers the opportunity to create their own 6-pack with beers ranging from domestics and imports to craft beers and microbrews. These beers can be found on a dedicated aisle that is geared towards craft beers and other hard to find beers. If you are looking for 12-packs or cases of craft beers, Total Wine has a small section against their back wall chock full of these beers that other liquor stores in the area do not stock. Please do not let the name fool you, Total Wine & More will satisfy any beer lover out there!
07-04-2008 19:04:01 | More by MSL94
4.35/5 rDev +13.6%
This is has been my go-to store for various craft and imported brews. When I get to a point where I have tried everything that I want to, somehow this place ends up having something I haven't tried. Another Wine and Spirits (not affiliated with Total Wine) store has recently opened in my area, and they do have some brews that I have never seen at Total Wine, but they still cannot hold a candle to the sheer selection and ability to build your own six pack that Total Wine offers. I might occasionally go to Canal's or the new Wine and Spirits to check for any brews that Total Wine might not carry, but overall, this is the place to go for nearly any craft, local or imported brew.
12-12-2009 01:26:56 | More by irishking1977
4.15/5 rDev +8.4%
I have been coming to this store for years, even when they were "Fine Wines" in the 80's. Originally, I came for the prices and then for the selection. They have a decent selection of single and six pack beer, along with cases. With an entire aisle dedicated to beer, ciders and malternatives. Although this store sells mostly wine and liquors, I think that most beer enthusiasts would be satisfied with the store, and they seem to get a better selection every time I visit. From their latest catalog (which comes out quarterly) I counted about 244 different beers that they sell. (includes macros of course). Call them and they will probably send you one.
Clearly, the best "Total Wines" I've been to is in Claymont, Delaware. Right off I-95 and across the DE state line, it's worth the 25 minute drive from Philly.
03-08-2003 23:28:13 | More by pezoids
4.14/5 rDev +8.1%
Great selection of beer. Helpful staff. They had a little booklet of beers which was a good read. A bit out of the way for me but when I want something unusual I'll go here first. They have some cold beer but most of their stock seems to be out on the floor at room temperature.
Also they have glassware and other beer accessories, as well as a selection of wine. All their stuff is on their web site.
Please note that this place is way in the back corner of the shopping center so if you don't see it at first, keep pressing along.
02-23-2013 22:42:06 | More by AndreD
4/5 rDev +4.4%
When I moved to the area a few months ago this was the obvious place to try. The beer selection has been good, though not exceptional. I especially like their large selection of six packs in addition to their individual bottles--sometimes I just want to grab a six of Founders or Lagunitas and get out, which this place definitely accommodates.
I've been in several times looking for specific craft and belgians only to walk out empty handed. However, on my last visit the beer shelves were completely full and many of the missing beers suddenly appeared (e.g. Rochefort 10). So, I'm optimistic but only time will tell if the place turns out to be consistent.
The ambient temperature in there is a little high, which makes me a bit nervous for some of the IPAs.
11-18-2010 20:30:18 | More by adsomers
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