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Old 10-11-2017, 10:10 PM   #11
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Smok1.. cool deal for you. Now if I were only closer to Canada I
Sorry, I guess I had that wrong!
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Oh thatís ok! No worries.

 
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Old 10-12-2017, 07:10 AM   #13
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try googling packaging options direct phone number 855-754-3728 they are out of st. Louis, they had flint 750 claret for 7.90 a case you would have to check shipping or if you could drive to pick up since your not that far good luck

 
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Tricorbraun sells wine bottles.
Not sure if you have enough volume.

 
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Kgrabow yes we could make
That drive ! That might be a winner ! Thank you so much !

 
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Tricorbraun sells wine bottles.
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There are lots of wineries in Missouri. If I were you I would find a nice friendly small winery and see if you can't piggy back some cases of new bottles onto their orders. They will be much cheaper. Even if you pay the winery a little more for them than what they pay for the bottles and shipping, it will be much less expensive.
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we use All American Container and they are nationwide. I pay 7.84 a case for any amount for clear or antique green mid punt. Very nice and easy to work with. If you are doing a winery, you have to use new bottles.
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try googling packaging options direct phone number 855-754-3728 they are out of st. Louis, they had flint 750 claret for 7.90 a case you would have to check shipping or if you could drive to pick up since your not that far good luck
I got real exited when I saw Packaging Options' bottle prices but got floored by their shipping rates, $64 for 4 cases. For small bottle orders, I've found MoreWine to have the best delivered costs for wine bottles.
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