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Wine Shops in the Downtown Area

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  • #94485
    Steve
    Steve
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    I am having trouble getting some wine right now… I could go to Kroger or any other place, but I’d rather go to a real wine shop…

    Does anyone know of any wineshops downtown or in the downtown area (the east side of 43215 or Olde Towne East…)?

    #518491

    buckette13
    Member

    Not too far and a pretty nice place:

    http://camelotcellars.com/

    #518492

    tdziemia
    Participant

    Haufrau Haven 769 S. Third St. in German Village. Awesome selection and the staff is usually very knowledgeable. I think open till 6 today.

    Not quite downtown, but worth a detour (if not this time, some other time).

    #518493

    tdziemia
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    Oops, that’s Hausfrau Haven.

    #518494
    Steve
    Steve
    Participant

    Hausfrau means House Wife… HA!

    Regardless, thank you both for the suggestions! I will start a list of places to check out. :)

    Another one I found north of Downtown, in SN is Wine on High. Also, Europia…

    I will check them out!

    #518495
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    The North Market is only open to 5pm on Sunday, so you’ve got another hour:

    http://www.northmarket.com/meet-the-market/merchants/the-barrel-and-bottle

    http://vimeo.com/25152589

    #518496

    buckette13
    Member

    If you haven’t been there, you must also visit the Brother’s Drake Meadery in the SN.

    #518497
    Steve
    Steve
    Participant

    I ended up going to North Market to get my wine… Not super convenient with all the wanderers, but easy to park there…

    Next time I will probably check out Wine on High or Camelot Cellars or HausFrau Haven.

    I’ve been to Brother’s Drake. They don’t sell wine, but a great place nonetheless.

    #518498
    Steve
    Steve
    Participant

    Also, it’s worth note that I would have been able to take the bike share to get the wine from North Market! :) :) (See Alta Bike Share article).

    #518499
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    stephentszuter said:
    Not super convenient with all the wanderers, but easy to park there…

    What are wanderers and what do they do to you?

    #518500

    mrpoppinzs
    Member

    Walker said:
    What are wanderers and what do they do to you?

    They are a notorious 1950′s high school street gang that roams downtown looking to stir up trouble with the growing oenophile population…you need to open your eyes Walker ;)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ITcUjHo1NSQ&feature=related

    #518501
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Ha! ;)

    #518502
    Steve
    Steve
    Participant

    Walker said:
    What are wanderers and what do they do to you?

    They walk in front of me. lol.

    I am a very in-and-out kind of person. I could probably do that a little more easily in a wine shop than in a marketplace.

    But it’s probably also time for me to start slowing down and enjoying the market…

    #518503
    Coy
    Coy
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    Whenever The Hills market gets finished on Grant, we’ll be sitting pretty in 43215…

    #518504
    meltsintowonder
    meltsintowonder
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    Highly recommend The Barrel & Bottle. If you don’t mind a little extra distance, then go to Wine on High. I’ve heard great things about Hausfrau but I’ve never been there.

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