Now Open: Total Wine on Camelback

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Things must be going well for the wine industry -- or at least for the vino superstore Total Wine & More. The retail chain is stocked from floor to ceiling with thousands of bottles from around the world, along with beer, booze, cigars, and bar-friendly accoutrements.

Today's the opening of its newest location, on Camelback Road just off of the 51 (1670 E. Camelback Rd.). It's great to see something new go into a space that had been depressingly empty since the demise of its former occupant, Circuit City, earlier this year.

Total Wine has been booming in the Valley lately. It opened a Tempe store in August, and a Gilbert store last month. This latest one is the fifth Total Wine in town.

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