Me and some friends started out to find the Camp Creek World of Beverage and even with a GPS we could not find the place and we drove around for hours. Well on our last attempt we did one last search on the GPS and it gave us the Georgia World of Beverage we drove straight there, we were amazed . I have read some of the negative reviews and I would say that those reviews were interesting at lease. I have to say that nobody greeted us at the door with a song and dance but we were welcomed to the store, the store personnel from the owner down was extremely helpful and knowledgeable and weirdest part they were more than willing to help. Myself and my friend were looking for beverages we had enjoyed while traveling abroad, and we found most of what we were looking for and all they did not have they were willing to order or call other World beverage stores to get for us. As for the prices the only different between them and the Military Class Six Store is the tax.
Posted: 10/15/2012 • Link to this review
all the wine I purchased at this store is corked. It appears that the temperature in the store is way too hot. Staff was rude and openly said that young wine could go bad but openly admitted that all the bottles tasted bad. Buyer beware
Posted: 7/27/2012 • Link to this review
Wow, lit up at night you cannot miss this beauty. Once inside they ignore you & advice is provided very reluctantly. Poor customer service and prices higher than they should be. I will never go back there.
Posted: 7/26/2012 • Link to this review
I must disagree with those who say it's pricey. I find the selection unmatched and prices competitive. Service is exceptional. The owner recently special ordered some wine for me that cost - are you ready? - $7.50/bottle! Holy cow! And this is GOOD wine (who'd have thought??). I love this place and the people.
Posted: 5/23/2009 • Link to this review
The have a great selection (I was able to find several items that had been difficult to locate), but you really pay for the privelege. Not a good place to go to grab your regular stuff, but definetly check it out if your tastes are a little more exotic.
Posted: 10/21/2008 • Link to this review