Category: Liquor

Coastal Wine Storage ~ San Diego

We have built our facility to give you what you need~proper climate, security, privacy, storage size options and affordable cost. Our storage environment has been carefully designed taking into account the most important aspects of a correct storage environment. Our customers include private collectors, wine stores, distributors, importers, restaurants and wineries.

. Proper Temperature and humidity
. Security and safety
. Privacy
. Excellent pricing
. Customer 24 hour storage access
. Back-Up Generator (on site)

Video Surveillance
Our facility is monitored with 22 cameras, 24 hours a day. All video is simultaneously recorded on a closed circuit digital video recorder.

Storage Access
Each client is given a seperate key card, linked to their individual locker number, for access to the storage area.

Locker Design
All lockers have enclosed walls and doors to ensure the privacy of the contents, while maintaining excellent air flow. Customers provide their own locks, so they only have access to their locker contents.

Alarm System
A full-time security company actively monitors the facility around the clock to help keep your investment as safe as possible. Temperature and humidity recordings are taken and logged every 10 minutes. Alarm systems notify us if climate conditions fall out of specified ranges.


You have put serious thought into the selection of your fine wines collection. We are here to ensure that your collection will be properly cared for and allowed to mature at the correct pace. Preservation and protection of your collection is our only goal.

4119 Avenida De La Plata – Oceanside, CA 92056 : Phone: 760-576-4171: coastalwinestorage@gmail.com



Hybrid Coffee Shop–Wine Bar

The Hybrid Coffee Shop–Wine Bar Is My Favorite Place to Drink Right Now ~ From bon appetit

Some might say I spend too much time in coffee shops. And others might argue I spend too much time in bars. Whether or not they’re right, I’m happy to say that I’ll be cutting my time in half.

PHOTO BY LAURA MURRAY

Why? How? Not because I’ll be drinking fewer cortados or saisons, but because local beers, natural wines, and dialed-in cocktails are cropping up all over coffee shop menus. The espresso joints I already love are turning into my favorite places to grab a drink at night.

And it makes sense that groovy alcoholic drinks are showing up on coffee shop menus. The commitment to quality booze mirrors the terroir-driven coffees sold at third-wave coffee joints, so it’s no surprise that those who put care into choosing organic Kenyan coffee are geeking out over biodynamic Riesling.

But it’s also about the money. “Having high alcohol margins allows us to keep our coffee affordable and get customers in the door more than once a day,” says Andrew Trautman, one of the owners of Remedy House in Buffalo.


The snacks at Remedy House make it easy to stay all day. PHOTO BY LAURA MURRAY

Remedy House – Buffalo, NY

Yeah, let’s start with Remedy house, because this place absolutely rules. The espresso drinks are exceptional, made with beans from a rotating list of roasters, and whether you want a cocktail or a glass of wine, beer, or amaro, you’ll get a good one here.

The wine list features local natural winemakers like Liten Buffel, as well as bottles from places farther afield, including France and Slovenia. The beer list is constantly changing and filled with New York craft brewers. And the spritzes coming from behind the bar are always in-season, even with a couple feet of Buffalo snow.