Where to Find These Natural Wines

Last year I had numerous comments sent my way asking where people could find the wines we were talking about, and i thought about making a list but like some things that idea floated off into the ether that is my brainspace. This year i figured i’d do it. The list is meant to be expanding so if you want something added just comment or email me and i’ll add it to the list whether it is a retailer, bar, or restaurant. These are all places where the wine buyer has taken care to select these wines, so stop in and say hi, ask questions etc.

Terroir Natural Wine Merchant, San Francisco
The Ten Bells, New York
Chambers Street Wine, New York
NOPA, San Francisco
Slows Barbecue, Detroit
Vin Rouge, Durham
Lou Wine Bar, LA
Thirst Merchants, Brooklyn
UVA Wines, New York
Baker and Banker, San Francisco
Western Market, Detroit
Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant
Dry Dock Wine & Spirits, New York
Smith and Vine, New York
Brooklyn Wine Exchange, New York
Astor Wine and Spirits, New York
Arlequin, San Francisco
Soif Wine Bar, Santa Cruz
Rue Cler, Durham
Craigie on Main — Cambridge
The Wine & Cheese Cask — Somerville
Vintages — Belmont and West Concord
The Tangled Vine Wine Bar & Kitchen, New York, New York.
Fermented Grapes, Brooklyn
Slope Cellars, Brooklyn
Domaine LA, LA
The Wine Shop at Foxcraft, Charlotte
Heart, SF
Biondivino, SF
The Butcher Shop, Boston
B&G Oysters, Boston
September Wines, New York
No. 9 Park, Boston
Menton, Boston
Bottles, Boston
The Wine Bottega, Boston
Palate Food & Wine , Los Angeles
Bi Rite Market, SF
Animal , Los Angeles
Hungry Cat, Los Angeles
K&L Wine, SF and LA
Pourtal Wine Bar, Santa Monica
Silverlake Wine, Los Angeles
Vintage Berkeley, N Cal
Lazy Ox, Los Angeles
Wine Expo, Santa Monica
3 Cups, Chapel Hill
Red & White Wines, Chicago
Perman Wine Selection, Chicago
Wine Discount Center, Chicago
Rootstock Wine Bar, Chicago
Webster’s Wine Bar, Chicago
The Wine Source, Baltimore
Table and Vine, West Springfield, MA
MacArthur Beverages, DC
Artisan and Vine, London
Terroirs, London
Zelas Wines, London
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
The Pourhouse, Truckee, CA
Paul Marcus Wines, Oakland
Sammy’s New Cowboy Bistro, Talent, OR
Solo Vino, St. Paul MN
secco wine bar Richmond, VA
river city cellars Richmond, VA
Washington Street Purveyors, Lexington, VA
Market Street Wines, Charlottesville, VA
September Wines, New York

This isn’t even close to being finished and i’ll slowly be adding to this list throughout the month, so please feel free to let me know anyplace that isn’t on the list.

Follow day by day here: https://saignee.wordpress.com/32-days-of-natural-wine-links/

~ by Cory Cartwright on June 14, 2010.

32 Responses to “Where to Find These Natural Wines”

  1. Arlequin, San Francisco

  2. Domaine LA, Los Angeles.

    http://domaine547.com/

  3. Heart, San Francisco.

  4. what Sebastian said above. Domaine LA

  5. Fermented Grapes, Brooklyn

  6. The Tangled Vine Wine Bar & Kitchen, New York, New York.

    http://www.tangledvinebar.com/

  7. The Butcher Shop, B&G Oysters, No. 9 Park, Menton, Bottles, The Wine Bottega — Boston

    Craigie on Main — Cambridge

    The Wine & Cheese Cask — Somerville

    Vintages — Belmont and West Concord

  8. Rue Cler, Durham.

  9. Palate Food & Wine , Los Angeles
    Bi Rite Market, SF
    Animal , Los Angeles
    Hungry Cat, Los Angeles
    K&L Wine, SF and LA
    Pourtal Wine Bar, Santa Monica
    Silverlake Wine, Los Angeles
    Vintage Berkeley, N Cal
    Lazy Ox, Los Angeles

  10. Added everything so far. Still need out of the way places!

  11. In Chicago (sorry, not very out of the way):
    Red & White Wines
    Perman Wine Selection
    Wine Discount Center
    Rootstock Wine Bar
    Webster’s Wine Bar

    Oh, and The Wine Source in Baltimore, MD

  12. Washington Street Purveyors, Lexington, VA
    Market Street Wines, Charlottesville, VA.

  13. Richmond, VA:
    secco wine bar (Carytown) bar & retail
    river city cellars (Carytown) retail

  14. Solo Vino, St. Paul MN.

  15. The Pourhouse, Truckee, CA.
    Paul Marcus Wines, Oakland, CA.
    Sammy’s New Cowboy Bistro, Talent, OR.
    (has got to be one of the most amazing wine lists for the price)

  16. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic:

    Terroir-Santo Domingo
    http://www.terroir.com.do

  17. Please add Zelas Wines in London UK, for your readers over here.

    They fill a desperate gap in the market here, which suffers from being home to the world’s best and longest established retailers of Bdx blockbusters, who don’t have much interest it appears in any of the wines under discussion here.

    Not affiliated, in fact I only stumbled across them searching for the Domaine de la Cadette you reviewed here, of which apparently there is not a single other supplier in the entire country.

  18. MacArthur Beverages, DC

  19. bevmo san francisco

  20. charlot et bobo sont sur un bateau….

  21. wine + market in my hometown of Lexington, KY

  22. Kitsilano Wine Cellar in Vancouver, BC is likely the best source in BC. Matt is the guy to talk to.

  23. tabla mediterranean bistro, portland, or

  24. I’ll Add two retailers and a bar.
    67 wine NYC
    Thirst wines in Brooklyn, NY
    The Bodega, Brooklyn, NY

  25. Gramercy Tavern, NYC

  26. Liner and Elsen, Portland
    McCarthy and Schiering, Seattle
    Garagiste, Seattle

  27. What about CAV wine bar in SF? Pretty sure they carry natural wines.

  28. California Wine Merchants in NYC carries natural wines such as Lioci and Donkey & Goat.

  29. […] the U.S., cities in which natural wine is decidedly alternative and hard-to-find, there are a few stores, wine bars and restaurants to which one goes to be guaranteed a selection from the genre. There might, for example, be just […]

  30. circa 50 ‘natural’ wine estates stocked:
    Raeburn Fine Wines, Edinburgh Scotland, sales@raeburnfinewines.com
    Thanks

  31. Paul Marcus Wines, Oakland CA

  32. […] the U.S., cities in which natural wine is decidedly alternative and hard-to-find, there are a few stores, wine bars and restaurants to which one goes to be guaranteed a selection from the genre. There might, for example, be just […]

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