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11 Schramsberg, “Blanc de Blancs,” North Coast, California $44.99

appealing apple and citrus flavors highlighted by yeast roll and spice notes

12 Jeio, Prosecco, Veneto, IT $16.99

golden apple and pear with very fine bubbles

United States White

101 Sauvignon Blanc, Routestock, Napa Valley, CA $23.99

honeydew melon, grapefruit, thyme, and fig

102 Chardonnay, Routestock, Sonoma Coast, CA $25.99

hazelnuts, wild sage, and pear

103 Pinot Gris, Elk Cove, Willamette Valley, OR $19.95

floral and fruit-centered, with plenty of jasmine, ripe pear and toasted almond

104 Riesling, Elk Cove, “Estate,” Willamette Valley, OR $20.99

off-dry, cardamom, spiced pear and honeysuckle are tinged with wet stone aromas

New Zealand White

201 Sauvignon Blanc, Frenzy, “Mount Richmond Estate,” Marlborough $16.99

juicy grapefruit, tangy lime, and hints of fresh herbs

Italy White

301 Grillo, Feudo Montoni, “Timpa Organic,” Sicily $24.99

white peach, jasmine and almond flowers 

Rosé France

1001 Peyrassol, Les Templiers, Côtes de Provence $23.99

spicy red currant fruit, orange peel and white flowers

Spain White

401 Viura, Bodegas Muga, Rioja $19.99

fresh lemon pith, white grapefruit, crushed shells and slate

402 Verdejo, Familia Torres, “Celeste Sur Lies,” Ribera del Duero $17.99

herbs and lemon peel, underscored by a distinct mineral note

United States Red

501 Pinot Noir, Routestock, Sonoma Coast, CA $24.99

raspberry and blackberry, rosemary, and orange blossom

502 Pinot Noir, Jonive, Russian River Valley, CA $74.99

orange peel, cola nut, bay laurel and red berries

503 Pinot Noir, Melville, Santa Rita Hills, CA $49.99

rose petals, native sage, blood orange rind, and black cherry

504 Pinot Noir, Bergstrom, “Cumberland Reserve,” Willamette Valley, OR $59.99

cherry, strawberry, and Herbes de Provence with light green spice

505A Pinot Noir, Elk Cove, “La Boheme,” Yamhill-Carlton, OR $64.99

pie cherry, dark choclate, clove and rose petal

505B Pinot Noir, Dusoil, “Eola Springs Vineyard,” Eola-Amity Hills, OR $24.99

cherry fruit with hints of bacon, lilac and mushroom

506 Cabernet Sauvignon, Routestock, Napa Valley, CA $29.99

plum, blackberry, nutmeg, cinnamon, tobacco, coffee, and dark chocolate

507 Merlot, Cascade Heights, Colombia Valley, WA $15.99

Red raspberry and black cherry, coffee, chocolate and vanilla

Italy Red

601 Sangiovese, Castello di Volpaia, Chianti Classico $29.99

red berry fruit, rose petal, orange peel

602 Nerello Mascalese, Feudo Montoni, “Terre di Elio Organic,” Sicily $29.99

crushed raspberries, roses, lavender and blood orange

603 Lagrein, Elena Walch, Alto Adige $21.99

cocoa, wild berries, and ripe cherries

604 Super Tuscan, GAJA Ca’Marcanda, “Promis,” Toscana IGT $64.99

Strawberry and cherry with cinnamon and star anise

Spain Red

701 Grenache, Familia Torres, “Secret del Priorat,” Priorat $33.99

red cherry jam and exquisite undertones of raisons dates with a touch of black pepper

702 Grenache, Bodegas Breca, “Breca Old Vines,” Calatayud $20.99

blackberry, pomegranate, milk chocolate, black olive and baking spice

703 Tempranillo, Familia Torres “Altos Ibericos Crianza,” Rioja $20.99

raspberry jam and spicy hints of green peppercorn

704 Tempranillo, Familia Torres “Celeste Crianza,” Ribera del Duero $23.99

blueberry with delicate cocoa notes

705 Tempranillo, Bodegas Muga, “Reserva,” Rioja $35.99

tobacco, smoke and ground coffee, cherry and blackberry, black olive, orange peel and cocoa

France Red

806 Grenache, Beaurenard “Organic,” Chateauneuf Du Pape $74.95

wild cherry, plum and red licorice with a spine of crushed graphite

807 Grenache, Beaurenard “Organic,” Cotes Du Rhone $24.99

juicy red fruit and a refreshing floral notes

808 Pinot Noir, Camille Giroud, “Hautes Cotes De Beaune Au Cretot,” Burgundy $52.99

red berries, herbal tea, earth and spice

Argentina Red

901 Malbec, Escorihuela, “Organic,” Mendoza $17.99

Blackberries, blueberries, chocolate, coffee

Begining In The 1920's

During the 1920's, my uncle Charles Collier owned and operated a speakeasy on Mansion Street. When Prohibition ended on December 5th, 1933, Charles began building a nightclub in the present day building that houses Collier's Liquor Store. Charles purchased one of the very first liquor licenses available for only $350 and officially opened the nightclub called Charlie's Bar on June 29th, 1934. A few years later, the name was changed to Collier's Bar. Remnants of the nightclub's entrance can still be observed today on the building's Mansion street corner.

1934 - 1950's

Originally, Harry Collier (Perry's Father and Charles' Brother) had a feed and seed business in the early 1900's out of Woodbine New Jersey. During World War II, Harry went into the Navy and when he came out, the small farms had begun to disappear...making the feed and seed business history. It was at that point that Harry joined his brother Charles in the nightclub business in the 1930's. (Collier's Bar is pictured here on left in 1952, the sign can still be seen today on the wall inside Collier's Liquor Store).

In 1947 Charles left the nightclub business and sold his interest to my father Harry, returning to where he grew up in Philadelphia.

In 1948 my father took a corner of our night club and made a small package store (where our local wine section is located today). Every winter my father would make the package goods section bigger and bigger.

Then with the advent of television during the 1950's, the nightclub business started going south. So when a package goods license became available, my dad traded in the bar license and converted Collier's Bar to present day Collier's Liquor Store.


To the right is a picture of my father Harry Collier and a salesman for Imperial Whisky. A product at the time that was all the latest craze but is virtually non-existent today! This picture was taken from the present day window aisle (where our California Whites are) looking towards the counter and registers.


Here is an image of the Mansion street side of Collier's, at the corner of Jackson and Mansion. The two building here were moved to make room for our delivery driveway and parking lot for Iccara Italian Bistro. The pointed roof building was moved one lot further away from Collier's Liquor Store and serves as the present day home for Iccara Italian Bistro.


Here is a picture of the front of our building in 1962. Not much of the building has changed from this picture to today (including the color green), with the exception of eventually adding a second door to the front of the building.


Does this mural look familiar? That's because today, the mural is practically still the same, with some minor tweaks 60+ years later!

1967 (The 2nd Generation Joins The Business)

In 1967 I got out of the Army and came home for the summer to work at the Liquor Store.....It was a long summer. 50+ years later the summer of 1967 still hasn't ended. Ultimately my dad was looking to retire soon since he was 60 years old when I got out of the Army. He told me he was thinking of selling the business unless I wanted to help run it and go into business with him....obviously it was the choice I made.


In the summer of 1967 we had this giant Schlitz beer can out front of the store. Locals and visitors stopped throughout their day to get there photo with it!


By 1970 we added a new door to the front of the building, to allow for in and out traffic, which can be observed here standing in present day Rotary Park 52 years ago. Today, the building still remains green and some of the same signage can still be observed.

Harry Collier (1907-1991) - Founder of collier's bar & Liquor store

In 1991 we lost my father Harry Collier, one of the original founders of Collier's Liquor Store. He is pictured here with my mother Eleanor who also helped run the business at one time. My favorite memory of my father was when he asked me to work at the liquor store. At the time I was just a smart a$$ kid who thought he knew everything...low and behold I knew nothing!

1993: Bringing Reid Into Collier's (The 3rd Generation)

In August of 1993 my son in law Reid Levin, began working at the liquor the time 1995 rolled around I found myself teaching him more and more of the business.

Today, Reid manages and runs Collier's Liquor Store, ordering all of the Wine and Spirits. He has even begun to teach the next generation, my grandson Alec Collier Levin who joined us full time in the Fall of 2021 as one of our beer managers. 

Today 2024: Collier's Liquor Store family owned & operated since 1934

I have spent over 50 years working here and I have truly enjoyed every minute of it! I love when we get to hear, "we have been coming here since we were kids with our parents". It reassures the friendly family feel that my dad was most proud of when we opened our doors in 1934.

Cheers to 90 years of business and carrying on the Collier family legacy! We look forward to serving you in 2024!

~ Perry Collier, Reid Levin, and Alec Collier Levin

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