I have the privelege of living seven miles south of Daveco Liquors, the largest liquor store in the world. Yes, this little-known fact is recorded in the Guiness Book of World Records, or so it says at every check out in the place. The store looks more like an aircraft hangar filled with all sorts of libations than a store. Apparently the place is so big, its employees don't know of all bargains it holds. After shopping there a few times, I've found some great deals on wine and beer on the left-hand side of the store. And I'm not talking about the usual, cheap boxes of Franzia Zinfandel or gallon-sized jugs of Carlo Rossi Cabernet Sauvingnon. I've found a decent Australian Shiraz (Mattie's Perch) and an Italian Pinot Grigio (Kettmeir) for $3 a bottle. I can have wine with dinner, and still afford to put gas in my car!
Every time I go there, the employee who checks me out tells me what a great deal this wine is, they had no idea this existed, blah, blah, blah. What do you mean you don't know? I've only been buying this wine here at this price for the past few months. So either Daveco is so humongous, its employees honestly don't know of all its treasures, or they are trying to make me feel like a cheapskate. I'm going to assume the former.