A Glass Half-full


Our entire staff is pleased to welcome you to our column. We are very pleased to off er one of the most diverse liquor and fine spirit departments in all of New England. At JULIO'S LIQUORS, we pride ourselves on our knowledgeable staff and extraordinary customer service. Whether you are a novice or an experienced wine or spirits connoisseur, our staff will make you feel comfortable as they educate and guide you through the wonderful world of wines and spirits. We're located at 140 Turnpike Rd., Rt. 9 East. PH: 508.366.1942. Be sure to visit us on the web at www.juliosliquors. com for many discounts, sales, and other savings, which will only be advertised through our eNewsletter – sign up today!

It is quite clear that the history of beer, wine and spirits parallels that of humankind. We drink to celebrate, relax and socialize. For many, wine-making, brewing and the production of alcohol spirits are art forms that are worthy of enthusiastic attention. For others, there is great interest in value. In recent years, scientific evidence has also been accumulating that says moderate drinking can yield great health benefits. It is with these many facets of alcoholic beverages in mind that we hope to enlighten and inform our readers with information and insights in the weeks and months to come. The more you know about wine, beer and spirits, the more fulfilling your experience with them will be.

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