yelp wines about it

well, its not beer, but wine is pretty good stuff too...
here's some yelp advice about good places to get yer wine on in vancouver:

Why Doesn't Yelp Wine About It?

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It’s that time of year, Vancity... that cold time of year when all we want to do is curl up beside a fire with a big, bold, smooth, elegant, full-bodied… glass of wine. And because not all of us have the knowledge of a sommelier, this Weekly is about finding a way to vin your oenophilic heart.

Meet Scott P's latest crush over at Liberty Wine Merchants, where “they have a great selection from throughout the world. If you want a nice bottle of BC wine, the staff will take care of you.” Yunn A sips over to Taylorwood regularly “to pick up a bottle or two because of the friendly service, great BC wine selection, and knowledgeable staff.” As someone who’s seen her fair share of stores, Kimberley B toasts the manager at Village Wines. “He never judges me if he sees me more than once a day, and he's always cheerful and ready to help!”

If like Janice F, you want to taste before you buy, Legacy Liquor Store is a “seriously impressive Liquor Wonderland!” With “a full kitchen and dining section for tastings,” it’s no surprise when she emotes: “This place has my heart… and likely, my liver.” It wasn’t only the wine tastings at Marquis Wine Cellars that won over Annika F. She can roll in with a request like: "a wine for a guy who's more of a beer drinker," that'll still prove that "a delicious red is a way better match for roasted duck. The staff really know their wine and love a good challenge!" Meanwhile, Firefly’s Enomatic tasting machine allows Nadine F to “discover new varieties and end up buying more than” she went in for! Swirl on that!

When Allison F wants to cozy up in a more public space, she basks in “the creative lighting of the bar” at Keefer. “I’m stuck on Gamay Noir right now and they carry my beloved Mt Boucherie. Heaven.” But “for something uniquely Italian to have with a bottle,” Ronald J ching-ching’s Tavola. Be sure to call ahead because this tucked-away spot “no doubt gets full.” In the mood for something “small, cozy, and filled with wine-loving diners”? Luisa D prefers Latitude whose “focus is food and wine from the Americas.” ¡Salud! Vancity!

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