FAQ

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2pm to 9pm, 7 days a week.

Yes! Fast, free delivery (with minimum purchase) from 2pm to 8pm, 7 days a week

Everywhere in NYC (Except Staten Island, nothing personal, it's just a bridge too far). $75 minimum order for free Brooklyn Delivery or $150 minimum everywhere else. If you don't make the minimum, there will be a delivery fee of $10 in BK and $20 everywhere else.

Yes! We ship via UPS Mon-Fri for anyone outside of our corner of north Brooklyn. FREE SHIPPINGon orders over $275!

Yes! We always offer 15% off any case of 12 or more bottles of wine, in addition to our customer rewards and our discounted feature wines.

Yes! It is our favorite thing to do. Check out our Curated Cases for some ideas on where to start. We feature a number of mixed cases for every taste and budget. We also send out a newsletter where we feature wineries that we love that are often limited or exclusively discounted to our mailing list subscribers. You can also call us or stop by and we will nerd out with you to find the perfect bottle.

Yes! We offer digital gift certificates to be used like a coupon code through our website. When you purchase the gift certificate you will be sent an email with all of the details that you can forward to the lucky person who is about to get some great bottles.

Yes! You can reach out to us and we will guide you through everything, from planning how many bottles you need to finding the perfect wines for your occasion and keeping you on budget. We love planning parties and the right wine/cocktail choices really make all the difference.

Wine & Spirit FAQ

Everything in the store is some level of organic, from common sense sustainable to certified organic or biodynamic to off-the-grid moon worshipping hippies making zero-zero natural wine and everything in between. Our selection is focused on European wines, with an emphasis on France and Italy with some gems from the new world sprinkled in selectively.

Biodynamic is always Organic, but Organic is not Always Biodynamic. Biodynamics is a holistic, ecological, and ethical approach to farming, gardening, food, and nutrition started by philosopher Rudolph Steiner in 1924. 

There is no strict definition of Natural Wine or Low Intervention winemaking decided by any official governing body, but for us, it means 1) No synthetic chemicals used in the vineyard 2) Grapes are all hand harvested 3) Fermentation is strictly with native yeast 4) Nothing added (like sugar or chemical stabilizers) or taken away (like acid) 5) Bottled with minimal filtration, clarification and sulfur, if any at all.

Orange wine, sometimes referred to as Skin Contact or Macerated whites or Amber wines are wines made with white grapes where the skins are left in contact with the juice for more time than a traditional white wine. No oranges involved, just grapes.

Pet-Nat is short for Petillant Naturel and it refers to the Ancestral Method of making sparkling wine. The Ancestral Method is Different than the Champagne method in that it only has one fermentation instead of two. We love pet-nats because they tend to have softer bubbles than Champagne method wines and are usually easy drinking and made from a wide variety of grapes and regions.

Yes! We have a tightly curated selection of hand made craft spirits from distilleries new and old, from around the world. From Brooklyn made Gin, Whiskey and hard to find Vermouth and Aperitifs to classic Bourbon, Scotch, Rum, Tequila and Mezcal and vintage Amaro.