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Celebrating 75 Years of Service at Gordon's Fine Wines and Liquors

By Elisha Neubauer

In New England, there is one name leading the way in the fine spirits industry: Gordon's Fine Wines and Liquors. They've been offering up the finest selection available for over seventy-five years and through four generations, ensuring their family owned business has a firm grasp on the industry.

"Gordon's was founded in 1934 by my great grandfather Milton Gordons," says David Gordon, Vice President of Gordon's Fine Wines and Liquors. "Prior to it becoming a package store it was a butcher shop."

As the Gordons have been in the business for so long, they really understand what their customers are looking for. In addition to their outstanding product selection and low prices, they strive to make every visit an experience to remember. "We have the best staff in the business," explains Gordon. "They are highly knowledgeable and highly connected directly with producers all over the world."

He continues, stating that, at Gordon's, they provide unparalleled service when it comes to dealing with highly desirable products. "We run exclusive lists from everything from California Cabs to Bordeaux to hard to find whiskeys," Gordon affirms. "Additionally, we just opened a new state of the art fine wine storage facility, allowing people to safely and securely store their wine collections."

Onsite at all five locations, Gordon's Fine Wines and Liquors offers continual events and tastings- keeping a full calendar of exciting wine or liquor based proceedings. A unique offering called Barrels and Kilts is also available for the true drink enthusiast. Barrels and Kilts is a club, of sorts, formed for the sole purpose of bringing people closer to their scotch and whiskey. "Barrels and Kilts is the bridge between the distilleries and you," states Gordon.

As Gordon's moves into its eighth decade of continual operation, they're starting to plan for an even stronger future. As all businesses must, innovations must be made and growth must continue and the Gordons are embracing their new path with open arms. "In the short term we are looking to grow our e-commerce and gift business," Gordon details. "Long term would be to grow the number of stores and markets."

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