Sam's Wine and Spirits Launches New & Improved Website

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Sam's Wines & Spirits, the country's largest independent wine retailer has launched http://www.samswine.com version 3.0. The site offers hundreds of staff recommendations and an easy to use interface to guide visitors through the world's largest inventory of wines, beer and spirits. Customers can now search for wines by region, country, varietals, price, critics rating, and assorted other variables.

Sam's Wines & Spirits, the country's largest independent wine retailer has launched http://www.samswine.com version 3.0. The site offers hundreds of staff recommendations and an easy to use interface to guide visitors through the world's largest inventory of wines, beer and spirits.    

Customers can now search for wines by region, country, varietals, price, critics rating, and assorted other variables. For the connoisseur, the site also offers thousands of hard-to-find bottles, lists of wine cellar must-haves and wine blogs. For the novice, educational sections, reviews and descriptions are available.

The site also includes special selections from Sam's staff, information on what other Sam's customers are buying, and the ability to suggest products based on browsing and purchase histories. Beginning next week, the site will also have a wedding registry to help brides and grooms hoping for a few liquid gifts.

Founded in 1946, Sam's now has three stores in the Chicago area that stock more than 8,000 wines, 2,500 spirits and 1,200 beers as well as a popular online store at http://www.samswine.com. A fourth store is scheduled to open in the South Loop in November. The company has been honored as Retailer of the Year by both Wine Enthusiast and Wine Spectator magazines, has earned several Best of the Web awards from Forbes, and was recently named the best wine store in Lincoln Park by Chicago magazine.

To view the new and improved Sam's Wine and Spirits website visit http://www.samswine.com.

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