This is a sponsored column by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
Is there any better way to spend a crisp fall evening than out on the deck, sipping a lovely glass of wine (or craft beer)?
Many Restonians don’t think so. And neither does Rande Jenus, owner of The Wine Cabinet specialty wine and gourmet store in Reston’s North Point Village Center. That’s why he sells the perfect wines for any occasion — whether you’re enjoying an evening on the deck or hosting a special dinner party.
Rande believes there is a place between the big box stores and the small wine shops where good value, excellent knowledge, and discerning selection meet with professional business management to create shops of extraordinary taste and ambiance. The Wine Cabinet is proof of this.
Everyone at The Wine Cabinet is committed to creating a comfortable experience for every customer. You don’t need to know anything about wines to come out with the perfect bottle as the knowledgeable staff enjoys helping you find the right wine for your event (and budget).
If wine isn’t what you want, the craft beer selection should do the trick. The Wine Cabinet’s customer contract says it all: We place great value in the selection of wines, food and giftware and have a good wine at the right price for every budget and every palate.
The Wine Cabinet has become a gathering place for people who love fine wines, craft beers, cooking demonstrations, and culinary tools.
There is always some fun event happening–all the more reason to come back time and again! You will see Rande and his staff out in the community too–they are a small, local businesscompletely committed to the Reston/Fairfax community.
Whether you are a wine lover or not, stop into The Wine Cabinet. It is always an enjoyable experience…and you’ll always find some treasure to bring home.
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