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Jackson Hole Wine Company

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Type: Store

200 W Broadway Ave
Jackson, Wyoming, 83001-8635
United States

(307) 739-9463

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Added by blackie on 10-11-2010

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The Wine Company is a nice little store within easy walking distance of most downtown hotels and attractions. If you can, make the drive to the far superior selection at Alberston's - but if you can't, this will suffice. It's a small store that also focuses on wine (obviously), so moderate your expectations.

Passable selection of micros with some macro stuff mixed in, some Grand Teton, Deschutes, Odell, and a range of other locals/regionals. Some seasonals are included as well as the Grand Teton big beer series. Staff seemed generally friendly when approached but not worth much comment otherwise.

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Jackson Hole Wine Company in Jackson, WY
Place rating: 3.4 out of 5 with 1 ratings
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