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We have been in business at this location since 1985, providing the best selection of wine in the western suburbs. Our store has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, and has been a past “Wine Store of the Year” selection. We pride ourselves on friendly and knowledgeable service, whether you are selecting an inexpensive wine for a simple dinner, purchasing select wine as an investment, or choosing wines for a special event.

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Business Hours:

Mon-Friday 9am-9pm

Sunday 10am-8pm


We listen to Our Customers….

Our craft beer selection is bar none the best around in the Western Suburbs. Thanks for your comments on our ‘Yelp’ page…we appreciate your feedback and welcome your requests!

“This store has a great selection of beers.  The liquor and wine selection is great too.  You can pretty much find whatever your looking for and maybe something new if your feeling adventurous.”                  – Patrick from Chicago

“This place has everything I like, suitable for many price ranges! They get in beers that are hard to find. I was really impressed when I wanted PumKing beer, and they offered to call me when it actually came in, and reserve me some bottles until I was able to stop by— and they actually followed through on that!”                                    – Susanne from LaGrange

Our Events


Join us as we celebrate bourbon +bubbles +scotch at this amazing in-store tasting. Featuring Perrier Jouet Champagne, Jefferson and Rabbit Hole Bourbon and Glenlivet & Aberlour Scotch. Please observe tasting protocol and wear a mask during the event if not tasting. Please note this tasting is 3 hours- 2-5 pm.

Price: $0.00

Date: 10/30/2021

Tour of Italy Wine Dinner

Please join us for a regionally-inspired 4-course Italian dinner paired perfectly with traditional wines. Thursday, Nov 4, 5:30 pm at fourteensixteen, Lagrange.

Cocktail Reception 5:30 pm:
Tramin, Moriz Sudtirol Alto Adige Pinot Blanco (2019)
Castello di Neive, I Cortini Langhe Pinot Nero (2018)

Dinner 6:30 pm:
First course - apple gnocchi
Suavia, Soave Garganega Monte Carbonare (2018)

Second course - branzino
Librandi, Duca Sanfelice Ciro Rosso Classico Superiore Riserva (2018)

Third Course - Bistecca
Podere Prospero, Bolgheri (2017)

Final course - coffee panna cotta
Nardini Amaro Liqueur

Purchase tickets for $95/person
(tax & gratuity included) at
www.1416lagrange.com or
call 708.469.7896.

Price: $0.00

Date: 11/04/2021

90 & Above Rated Wines

Most wine drinker's don't (and shouldn't) live by critics' scores alone, but they can be a great starting point for exploring fine wine. They have been judged "Outstanding" or better by the most influential wine publications and critics in the world — Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator magazine, Wine Enthusiast, Antonio Galloni's Vinous, the UK's Decanter magazine, etc. Such ratings can have a tremendous impact on prices, as collectors snap up the most highly-rated wines as soon as the ratings are published, and prices climb. But we've still been about to find a great selection of these outstanding wines that are still affordable for everyday drinking! Join us as we sample thru some wonderful examples from around the world.

Price: $0.00

Date: 11/06/2021

Festa Italiano with Banville Wine Merchants


Join Banville Wine Merchants as they present the finest Italian wines from all over the country. An event not to be missed if you want to understand wines of Italy. It's a Festa Italiano!!!

Price: $0.00

Date: 11/13/2021

Demystify Burgundy

Experience Michael Corso’s expertise has he demystifies Burgundy, long regarded as the most prestigious wine region in the world. Taste through this region while learning what makes these small producers exceptional examples of this terrior. Some of its wines are among the world’s most expensive but many at the affordable end are better than ever. This class seeks to demystify this very diverse wine-growing region through discussion of the Pinot Noir and Chardonnay varietals, as well as the diverse wine styles that come from Burgundy. Join us at this in-store event, pre-paid reservations required, limited seating. Call to reserve your spot TODAY! 708-354-0355  $10 wine club members $20 non-members

Price: $0.00

Date: 11/18/2021

Thirsty Turkey Wines

Surprise and delight your guests this Thanksgiving with one of these wonderful wines that pair with everything on your table!

Price: $0.00

Date: 11/20/2021


Nancy's Wine Picks

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Spain has always been one of my favorite areas to find delicious, value driven wines and it remains one of the world’s great wine-producing countries, consisting of nearly 3 million acres of grapevines, more than any other country in the world, even though it’s only the third largest producer in the world, after France and Italy.

Spain has well over 50 denominated regions, but undoubtedly, the best known region is Rioja, especially for its red wine. But there are many other Spanish wine regions that produce high quality wines, like Priorat near Barcelona, Ribera del Duero the north, or Jumilla the south of Spain. Jerez (sherry) is another type of Spanish wine, which is produced in the south, near Jerez in Andalusia.

There are over 100 Spanish grape varieties, both red and white. Even though the best known type wines are red, Spain also produces very high quality white wines. Rías Baixas in the north is well known for their Albariño. These wines have crisp acidity, citrus flavors and a long dry finish. Cava is Spain’s sparkling wine and made in the same method that Champagne is produced, but with different, indigenous grapes.

Among red varieties, Tempranillo is by far Spain’s most recognized grape with Garnacha a close second.  One of Tempranillo’s best qualities is it’s ageing capability for several years in oak and bottle, which softens the variety’s spiciness, while still keeping its boldness and tannins. The extended cost of aging explains why this style typically costs more, and can be identified when labeled with Reserva, which is aged for 3 years or Gran Reserva, aged for a minimum of 5 years. So if you see a Spanish wine with an older vintage, you can be thankful that they have aged it for you to drink!

As fall approaches, continue your search and turn to these wines to keep you warm and cozy.

When wine is involved, nothing is difficult.


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