Imported European goods and hand-picked ingredients
Welcome to the family. The Re Store has been bringing the best of Europe to Western Australia since 1936. Our family-owned Oxford Street store carries a full range of cheese, smallgoods, fresh pasta and other deli classics. Our liquor store is home to Perth’s finest collection of fine wines, craft beer and rare spirits.
The Re Store is the cheese lover’s happy place and carries everything from complex, aged Manchego to ripe and creamy brie. Our cheeses come from France, Italy, Spain, America and Australia, are sold by weight, and are cut to order to guarantee freshness.
Pasta is more than just an ingredient. Each day, we make our own pasta in-house for you to cook at home or enjoy at lunchtime as a hot meal at our Northbridge store on Lake Street. In addition to our own pasta, we also sell a hand-chosen selection of dried and fresh pasta from Italy and Australia.
Amongst the first to promote the pleasure of pairing wine and food, the Re Store is now one of the largest independent retailers of Wine, champagne and liquor in Western Australia. Indulge in a discussion with one of our staff about the subject of wine and food at the Re Store, it’s definitely one to tick off your bucket list.
From the humblest of beginnings, the Continental Roll has long been satisfying the lunch cravings of Western Australian’s and beyond. In the mood for mixed meat and cheese, salami, roasted vegetables, red peppers, or maybe you prefer the simplicity of the Spuntino – Prosciutto and provolone, the choice is endless.
Feeding people is second nature to the Re family. Our deli department can provide platters of cheese, salami, smallgoods and fruit for meetings, sporting events, birthdays, celebrations and business and social events of all sizes and budgets.
Quality and taste have long been watchwords for the Re family. From traditional European staples such as olive oil and vinegar to hot sauces, pickles, confectionary and sauces, the Re Store remains Perth’s one-stop-shop for cooks and those that love to eat.
Re Store Leederville
In finding yourself in an often-animated conversation about Wines, Champagnes, Spirits or Groceries with Moreno you are soon aware of his vast experience, knowledge and passion for his business. Moreno is never lost for words when it comes to explaining a particular wine, taste experience, the area where it is grown or his personal experience of meeting the family who own the particular vineyard. Born into the business, Moreno has been working at The Re Store from his early childhood years.
After turning 18 and still completing his studies, Nonno shipped Moreno from the Northbridge Store, where his Mother, Father and Brother, worked, to the Leederville Store to learn the relatively new operations of the alcohol branch of the family business. Under the firm hand of his Uncle Augusto, a young, timid Moreno started at Oxford Street, head down with a broom in hand. Dutifully he did what his Nonno asked and thanks to the foresight of his Grandfather, Moreno learned every aspect of the running of Re Store Leederville from Liquor to the Deli and Groceries helping transform it to the jewel it is today.
Under Moreno’s leadership, Re Store Leederville has become one of the leading independent liquor stores in the state. Always seeking to enrich and exceed the experience and expectation of The Re Store customer Moreno and his staff seek out excellent everyday drinking wines to the rarer of drops. From Champagnes and Prosecco’s to Brunello, Barolo’s, Bordeaux’s or Burgundy’s, a walk through the ample isles should satisfy your curiosity. Should you be lucky enough to have a guided tour of the downstairs cellar you will find yourself in an Aladdin’s cave of fine liquor.
Moreno will always take the time to talk to customers, recommend a suitable bottle for a dinner party, gift or something special to store in your cellar. Be sure drop in and bend his ear, challenge him, he will talk for hours.
John Re, the founder of the Re Store, was the second-eldest of 10 brothers. Born in Fremantle to an Italian family, he was the perfect person to unify Australia with Italy. After running a fruit and vegetable stand in Northbridge, he pawned his wife Maria’s wedding ring to move into a proper shopfront in 1936. The Re Store story begins.