A Parkhill Family Tradition Since 1963

Parkhill's Warehouse Liquors and Wine was started over 50 years ago by Fred Parkhill. Since then Parkhill's Warehouse has grown to become Tulsa's premier liquor store.

Our focus is on giving each customer what they are looking for at the best prices. We pride ourselves on making sure that we have the best selection of beers, wines, and liquors in the Tulsa area. We stock a simply amazing variety of spirits that’s sure to include many old familiar favorites, as well as more than a few fine discoveries you’ll wonder how you ever lived without. From unique micro-brews to world-class liquors and fine domestic and imported wines, Parkhill's Warehouse Liquors and Wine is sure to have something to wow even the most refined palate. If you’re not sure exactly what to get, we’ll be more than happy to pass on a little expert advice.

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A Wine Department Beyond Compare.

At Parkhill's Warehouse inside our wine department you will find over 3500 hand selected fine domestic and imported wines along with an impressive selection of sparkling wines, Champagne, and dessert wines. Our wine buyers stay on top of the latest trends and customer preferences to make sure we can offer the best variety and selection at a great value. Whether you're a wine novice or a wine enthusiast, our experienced associates can help guide you through the wine-buying process so that you know that you have selected the perfect bottle of wine.

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Cocktail Anyone?

Our extensive spirits collection offers a wide selection to choose from. We keep a large number of premium single-malt scotches in every price range, as well as a wide range of fine imported and domestic vodkas. We also offer a large selection of quality imported rums, numerous small batch bourbons, premium Mexican tequilas, imported and micro-distilled gins plus a complete line of brandy, cognacs and cordials.

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Great Beer Selection at the Best Price.

Parkhill's Warehouse offers unbeatable selection and pricing on imported beer from every corner of the world. Our extensive beer selection includes many of the classic domestic and imported beers plus a great selection of ales, pilsners, hard ciders, stouts, lager, and specialty beers. We have over 500 varieties of beers. If you're looking for a certain beer and you don't find it on our shelves, just ask and we will do our best to make it available. No matter if you need a six pack, case or a keg, Parkhill's Warehouse is the place to shop for beer.

Meet Our Experts

Our well trained staff is here to answer your questions and help you with your selections.


Parkhill's Wine Expert

Milton Leiter started in this business over 30 years ago stocking shelves in a small store while a graduate student at Syracuse University. He quickly found that he despised academia and was becoming quite smitten with wine. He then went on to work at the largest store in central New York specializing in fine wine before working his way back to his hometown of Tulsa where he then married his lovely and charming wife, Michelle. After working for five years for one of the wine and spirit brokers, he realized that he truly missed retail and helping customers; especially helping them to integrate wine into their everyday lives. Twenty or so years here at Parkhill’s and many trips to California and France later, he maintains both his passion for wine and for the customer.


Parkhill's Wine Expert

Dave Williams started in the retail wine business after ten-plus years of bartending and catering in the Tulsa area. Serving customers in both fine dining and cocktail lounges has brought him extensive knowledge of various spirits and familiarity with the ever growing world of beers and ales. After many travels and attendance at tastings here and abroad, he has gained a great love for wine, which combines three of his favorite subjects – history, geography and spirits. Following a nine year stint at another large wine store in Tulsa, Dave came to work at Parkhill’s. Dave has been there over twelve years now helping customers with their selections and enjoying his passion for wine and shows no signs of letting up!


Parkhill's Beer Expert

Tim Brown is a lifelong resident of Tulsa graduating from Metro Christian Academy. His passion for beer started at home in the kitchen with his desire for the culinary arts. He has been in the liquor industry for 8 years, all at Parkhill’s. Starting at Parkhill's South as a stocker and Tim took every opportunity to learn more about the alcohol industry from the business to the products. Tim has been managing the Parkhill’s Party Accessories for 4 years. He prides himself on excellent customer service and product knowledge with a proclivity in beer. Tim has travelled all over the US to learn more about beer making techniques, customer preferences and regional beer differences. He is currently studying to become a Cicerone.

Milton's Picks

Urban Riesling 2016

I know, I know you don’t like Riesling. Perhaps you have never had one that wasn’t pretty darn good. This is a great introduction to how Riesling should taste and while there is a touch of sweetness to it is beautifully balanced by a little jolt of acidity that brightens the palate and leaves you wanting another sip. $12.49 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Buehler Chardonnay 2014

This is a classic example of Napa Chardonnay at a very reasonable price. Creamy on the palate with notes of orchard fruit and a bit of restrained tropical fruit all wrapped in a blanket of nicely restrained oak. $16.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Camigliano Rosso di Montalcino 2015

From a very well renowned Brunello producer, this lovely, medium-bodied red is their second wine; I call it their baby Brunello. Leather, sweet tobacco and slightly stewed black fruit aromas come roaring from the glass heralding a terrific Tuscan wine. Drink this now or hold on to it for a couple of years. $19.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Colome Autentico Malbec 2016

Malbecs from the Salta region of Argentina always have a very unique character. Grown at the highest elevation for wine grapes, the boast very intense, concentrated fruit character along with an evident savory component reminiscent of briar and grilled herbs. This is an exquisite example of type that really over delivers in terms of its complex nature when compared to its price. $25.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Dave's Picks

Lungarotti Torre Di Giano 2016

This delicious Italian is a blend of Vermentino, Trebbiano and Grechetto. Fresh, fragrant and well balanced, this wine delivers notes of lime, sea salt and scallions. A great match for poultry, ceviche or cheeses. $17.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Haraszthy Bearitage Petite Sirah 2015

Possibly the most misunderstood grape variety in the world. It is also referred to as Durif, a hybrid grape from 19th century France, and is not a variation of Syrah, despite its name. In any case, this example from Lodi, California is a plump, juicy, robust delight. Black cherry, cassis and clove flavors burst from the glass. Cheers! $13.49 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Tora Bay Sauvignon Blanc 2016

While the overwhelming majority of New Zealand white wines hail from the Marlborough district of the south island, this intriguing wine has more of a French tilt to it, as it features more mineral and herbal flavors than the typical kiwi-grapefruit palate this region is famous for. $12.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Chateau Maris Syrah Grenache 2015

Bio-dynamically produced and certified organic, this red blend from the south of France has a nose of wild strawberries, crushed flowers and black pepper. The palate is nicely focused with gorgeous blackberry, truffle and slate melding into a long, satisfying finish. $18.99 (Price good for March, 2018 only.)

Tim's Picks

Prairie Artisan Ales Paradise

Coconut Vanilla Stout. Yep, you heard that right. They took a stout, gave it a hint of vanilla and a good deal of toasted coconut and created one season defying, genre bending brew. Imperial stouts are usually thought of as a cold weather beer, but here the coconut and vanilla blend push the image of the stout into a year round, all season style. $6.99/12oz. (Price good for February, 2018 only.)

Tallgrass Brewing Co. Strawberry Shortcake

With our second reach into The Goodie Bag, we find Strawberry Shortcake. A Wheat Ale with a beautiful aromatic strawberry flavor and a cake-like vanilla richness for a delicious experience with one of America’s favorite dessert treats. Enjoy! $8.59/6pk. (Price good for February, 2018 only.)

Jaanihanso Rosé Méthode Traditionnelle

Vintage hand crafted medium dry cider (Apple Wine) from fresh farm pressed traditional Estonian juice apples and black currants . Wild yeast used for primary fermentation. Bottle fermented for at least six months according to traditional method. $22.99 for 750ml. (Price good for February, 2018 only.)

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Mon-Sat: 10am–9pm
Sun: Closed

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Parkhill's Warehouse Liquors and Wine at 51st and Lewis has grown to become a Tulsa tradition and we have been happy to provide the best in beer, spirits and wine for over 40 years. Now, in an effort to provide our customers with the best service, prices and selection we invite you to become a Club Parkhill member.