WINE STORES! Kavistanbul wine store, Istanbul

March 7th, 2012 by retail design blog

Kavistanbul’s owner has established expertise in wine and liquor sales and a solid reputation in Istanbul. Kavistanbul stocks a full range of selection that you won’t find at your neighborhood “dukkan”. We pride ourselves with customer service and the Kavistanbul client experience is of upmost importance to us. Our staff will put you at ease when making your selection, since buying the right wine can sometimes be daunting. You will always receive our personal attention and utmost satisfaction with your purchase.

Celebrate your birthday at Kavist.com’s Sapphire location with a wine tasting party. This Istanbul Wine Bar is a great place to bring friends and enjoy a variety of wines; perfect for special events such as corporate parties.

For the people on your gift-giving list, Kavistanbul’s gift cards are the perfect item to give. Introduce them to Istanbul’s best wine shop with this card and let them explore the great variety of selection. There is something for everyone at this Istanbul wine house and wine bar and the Kavistanbul gift card ensures that your co-workers, friends and family members will actually enjoy the present they receive.

If you are looking to impress, Kavist has some wonderful gift ideas, such as champagne baskets (hediye fikri), as well as food & wine accessories. These baskets are filled with your choice of champagne and all sorts of goodies to enjoy along with it. This is a wonderful Christmas and New Year’s and Valentine’s Day gift idea…for any special occasion!

http://www.kavist.com/

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