I'm glad an expert pitched in to confirm what I was thinking and that it is bollocks. With that kind of margin a restaurant would make more money not selling wine at all and merely charging corkage on customers BYO.hanno wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 7:59 amIf my F&B managers worked with those margins; they'd be looking for new jobs.jovial fucher wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 7:42 amIf you're paying 50 for a 20 dollar bottle of wine you are getting ripped. Restaurants usually make 1 glass of profit from a bottle. A 15 dollar bottle nets them 5 dollars at 5 per glass. Expensive wine wines are priced the same way, just not sold by the glass.
Chateau Wine Shop - #388, Sihanouk Blvd, Phnom PenhOldOldGuy wrote: ↑Thu Dec 26, 2019 6:02 pm About 4 years ago I got a terrific south-west French wine (forget the name, region) for $22 at Thai Huat. In Ontario it was priced the same converted to US currency. The LCBO has an excellent inventory system; the province only had 5 bottles and Toronto 1. And I got it!
Where is the Chateau place and 1 & 1?
Phnom Penh Wine Retailers : https://www.wine-searcher.com/biz/store ... phnom+penh
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