Our story begins and ends with community. Since welcoming guests back into the dining room after the pandemic, we have forged lasting connections with our patrons, many of whom have become friends. These supporters have helped form who we are today.

We have formalized this sense of fellowship and community into the BottleShop Wine Club, and we invite you to join us.

Members receive three sommelier-selected wines each month:

  • One that you’ve likely never heard of, but will have you craving more;
  • One that will entice and challenge your palate;
  • And one that’s downright tasty!

You’ll receive an explanation of the month’s wine selections, delivered right to your inbox. For those of you with an insatiable desire to know more, you can find detailed information on the regions, varietals, and what makes each selection so special in our Wine Club Communiqué archives.

Additional benefits include:

  • 25% off all in-store retail purchases
  • Advanced invitation and discounted tickets to BottleShop events
  • Exclusive invitation to our members-only monthly wine club dinners*, featuring a 3-course menu paired beautifully with the wines of the month, plus dessert

*cost of dinner not included

A $120 monthly experience, with in-store pick up. Add $15 per month for local delivery.

The connoisseur does not drink wine, but tastes of its secrets.

— Salvador Dali


Once a month, we take things up a notch to host our intimate wine club dinners for members. Each menu features inspired culinary creations paired exquisitely with that month’s wines, giving any Michelin-starred restaurant a run for its money.

Seating is communal, adding a fun, social vibe to the evening. Everyone is encouraged to bring a wine from their cellar to share with fellow club members (corkage fee waived).

Our wine club dinners are held on the second Wednesday of each month, with seatings at 6pm and 8pm. Reservations open up on the first of the month and are exclusive to wine club members.


Argentina has a long and rich history of European immigration, with which, of course, came the wine. Argentinian viticulture has its spirit and origin in the style of Spanish and Italian wine, but with a unique, spicy South American flair.


Don’t Cry for Me, Panzanella
Pão de queijo, carrot, compressed melon, romaine, papaya-ginger-lime emulsion

2018 El Enemigo
Semillón, Mendoza


It Takes Two-na to Tango
Otoro, rhubarb emulsion, milk foam, hibiscus-merlot granita

2020 Bodega Chacra “Barda,” Pinot Noir


Grilled Lamb Leg Perón
Boudin noir, polenta, mole sauce, chimichurri

2019 Altos Las Hormigas, Malbec
Altamira, Mendoza



Supplement: Amara, Amoro d’Arancia Rossa, Sicily  $15

Sip smarter. Expand your palate.
Join our wine club.