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Business Listing   Bubba's Liquor Store - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-5142

Business Listing   Bubba's Liquor Warehouse Inc - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 523-0377

Business Listing   Center City Liquor Store - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 729-3900

Business Listing   Cork 'n' Bottle - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-8313

Business Listing   Crest Tavern - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-1200

Business Listing   Echo's - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-8570

Business Listing   Floody's Grill - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 729-4404

Business Listing   Garden State Liquors - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-1579

Business Listing   Green's Liquors - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 729-9463

Business Listing   Keenan's Irish Pub - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 523-8886

Business Listing   Mulligan's Liquor Store - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-4810

Business Listing   Mulligans Sports Bar & Grill - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-4883

Business Listing   No 1 Tavern Package Goods - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-1775

Business Listing   Phil Eddie's Cocktail Lounge - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-2431

Business Listing   Poplar Cafe - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 729-3861

Business Listing   Rocky's Liquor Mart - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-2689

Business Listing   Russo's Restaurant & Bar - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-7038

Business Listing   Second Street Annies - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 729-9100

Business Listing   Tavern Sportsmens - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-7111

Business Listing   West Wildwood Liquor Store - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-2342

Business Listing   Westy's Irish Pub - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 522-4991

Business Listing   Wildwood Nights - Wildwood, NJ - Phone: (609) 523-6660

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Helpful Definition for: Wines

Wine in Wildwood is an alcoholic beverage, made of fermented fruit juice, usually from grapes. The natural chemical balance of grapes lets them ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients. Various types of yeast are required to ferment crushed grapes to produce grape wine. Yeast consumes the sugars in the grapes and converts them into alcohol. Wines, however, may also be made from other fruits such as apples and berries, and are generically called fruit wine or country wine. Others, such as barley and rice wine, are made from starch-based materials and resemble beer more than wine. Ginger wine is fortified with brandy.

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