In Our cellar
We love wine! It’s delicious on its own, it makes food taste better, and there are an endless amount of styles/regions to explore. Our wine manager, Justus, got his start working at a small, family winery in Sonoma County, and has continued to study and learn all about wine. He knows his stuff so you can feel confident picking out a wine for any occasion.
One of the best ways to find wines you love is by tasting them! Every Saturday from 12-4PM, we host a free wine tasting of 6-7 wines from around the world. Click here if you would like to get weekly emails with an overview of wines being tasted the upcoming weekend, and occasional special offers on rare wines.
If you can’t find a wine you’re looking for, email Justus by clicking here and he can work with you to special order what you need.
Great Wine Without the Pretension
We love wine because it’s delicious and makes food taste even better. However, we also know that staring at a wall of wines can be intimidating. Our wine manager, Justus, loves to try to connect people with wine they will love at affordable prices. Plus, every Saturday from 12-4PM, we host free wine tastings where you can sample wines from around the world.
Dedicated to Quality
Our goal is to connect you with the best wines from around the world at great prices. We think that the most delicious wines are made by producers who farm high quality grapes that represent the region from which they are grown. Much of the time, small producers are the best at making these fantastic wines, which is why we focus on family owned, traditional producers from around the world.
Healthy grapes make the best wines. We feature a variety of wines that are sustainably, organically, and biodynamically farmed; methods which produce healthier grapes, are more environmentally friendly, and contain fewer synthetic chemicals than wines that are farmed conventionally. Be sure to look out for the green stickers, which we use to mark all of our organic, biodynamic, and natural wines.
Join the Conversation
Wine is excessively complicated. The Syrah grape is called Shiraz in Australia, Syrah in France, and both are used interchangeably in California. However, these complications don’t need to make drinking wine difficult. We’re here to help you to decode some of these confusing names and regions.
However, once you find wines that you enjoy, the complicated world of wine can move from being overwhelming to being a treasure trove to explore. Every week, we reflect on different components of the wine world posted below and in our weekly wine newsletters. Check out some of our reflections below about grape growing, winemaking, tasting, and everything in between.