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Randall's Wine and Spirits Celebrates Opening With Ribbon Cutting

Randall's Wine and Spirits, next door to Weekends Only, offers an elaborate selection of wine, liquor and much more in Manchester.

In August, Randall's Wine and Spirits opened its fourth location right next door to Weekends Only in the Manchester Highlands Shopping Complex. 

However, just recently, city leaders came together for an official grand opening and ribbon cutting to welcome the new store to Manchester.

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The store, located at 14201 Manchester Road, occupies the former Basset Furniture Store and is near the intersection of Manchester Road and Route 141.

Owner, George Randall of Internet Wines and Spirits Co., tells Patch, he already has two stores in the St. Louis area and one in Illinois.

Randall said the Manchester location was ideal and also helps spread their stores out across the metro area.

He tells Patch that the new store is 12,000 square feet and offers a variety of spirits and knowledgable staff. Among the beverages carried in the store are 1,300 wines, 800 craft beers, 500 vodkas, 200 Bourbons and more, Randall tells Patch.

The store also offers in-store wine tastings, private party planning and wedding registries. Randall said he is a Market Watch Leader and a Market Watch Leader Retailer and winner of the 2010 Leaders Alumni Award for Best Website.

People can also shop online and conduct price comparisons at shoprandalls.com.

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