Another glass? Wine not!
1305 Dock Street residents—did you know that Friday, August 28th is National Red Wine Day?
With its rich, autumnal notes, red wine is perfect to celebrate the end of summer. It’s also the perfect excuse to wine down.
Here’s some nearby Baltimore wine shops and bars that you can celebrate with on August 28th.
You Won’t Make Pour Decisions at These Wine Shops
Here are some local stores and shops, for all of your wine needs.
Bin 604 recently moved from their previous location, 604 Exeter Street, to 711 S. Central Avenue. Despite the change of address, Bin 604 will be keeping the “604” in the store name.
Bin 604 is a local wine store with an expansive wine selection. It’s carefully curated by Tony Foreman, the “wine guru,” and their wine sommeliers. Their stock varies in price and origin, so we guarantee that they’ll have something for everyone! Their current specials include, but are not limited to: $3.99 canned wines and the $99 Case of the Month, which includes 12 favorite bottles of wine.
The store is open for business and patrons can place an order online, or by calling 410-576-0444. The Liberty Harbor East building offers complimentary parking for Bin 604 customers. You can also place orders online here, for delivery with no additional fees.
Located in nearby Canton, Chesapeake Wine Company is a local wine and spirits store.
This cozy and warm store offers artisanal and seasonal wines, favorited by many. This time of year, they’re offering a $100 Case of Wine. The case comes with white, red, and sparkling wines. Besides their extensive wine selections, Chesapeake Wine Company offers local snacks and cuisine. During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Chesapeake Wine Co. is offering a free bottle of wine after every 10th check-in.
The store and wine bar is open for business and the entire wine/food menu is available for carry-out. You can also call 410-522-4556, for product inquiries and orders.
This Hampden wine and spirits store sources their wines from all over the world. So, do not miss out on their amazing wine selections—The Wine Source has something for everyone.
The store is currently open for business, with a limited number of patrons and winos. You can also place orders for curbside pick-up by calling 410- 467-7777.
Keep up-to-date with their monthly specials and newsletter here.
Be Kind and ReWine at These Wine Bars
Stop by these sip-erb wine bars at wine o’clock, for an amazing National Red Wine Day.
Fell’s Point’s Vino Wine Bar is open! Due to limited seating, reservations are mandatory and can be made online. The waterfront patio is open and has a 90-minute-limit on busier nights. If interested, you can place orders from the bar and shop online here, for delivery and curbside pick-up.
View red wines, by the glass, and their food selection here.
13.5% Wine Bar in Hampden is a local favorite. They offer brunch on Sundays, and a sip-tastic lunch, dinner, and/or dessert throughout the week. 13.5% Wine Bar pairs a comfortable environment with locally sourced wines, for a memorable experience.
For indoor/outdoor dine-in, call 410-889-1064 to make a reservation. You can also order online here for carry-out or delivery.
Fadensonnen in Station North is a trendy, modern, and one-of-a-kind wine bar that offers delectable wines. They’re also known for serving hidden gems, that, according to one Yelp review, “you may not find anywhere else in the city.”
Wine a little and laugh a lot at Locust Point’s Serenity Wine Bar. The bar is known for its great pizza and wines. Their wines are carefully selected and sourced, so prepare your tastebuds! You can make a reservation at 443-708-0392, for an amazing indoor wining and dining experience. You can also call to place an order for carry-out. Delivery orders are available via GrubHub.
Enjoy some wine on 1305!
If you’d prefer to stay home, red wine will be available in our leasing office. Residents can stop by and pick it up on a first-come, first-serve basis.We hope you can relax and unwine this National Red Wine Day!