Bottle Values

(516) 420-1000 734 Old Bethpage Rd
Old Bethpage, NY 11804
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Bottle Values opened under new ownership in June, 2011. As one of the largest wine and liquor retailers on Long Island, we have plenty of space to stack it high and watch it fly. Customers appreciate the outstanding customer service, bright clean and fun shopping experience and our trained and educated sales staff, in addition to of course, our fabulous prices. Buying the largest quantity, at the lowest price and selling with low markups has made our customers very happy.

We installed state-of-the-art wine machines so you can enjoy twelve wines at the peak of freshness, at the perfect temperature, from beautiful wine glasses, every time you shop. Each month the selections change, so swing by to see what's new.

 

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