Best Wine Shops in America

Source: Courtesy of Keife & Co. via Yelp

Keife & Co.
> Location: New Orleans, Louisiana

This service-oriented specialty food purveyor carries wines from small family-owned producers with many natural, organic, and biodynamic options. The staff is ready to help you select the right wine, and they keep a log of your purchases to remind you of which wines you’ve bought and enjoyed. They also offer gift baskets, wine glass rental, and custom cheese and meat boards.

Source: Courtesy of Corkscrew Fine Wine & Spirits via Facebook

Corkscrew Fine Wine & Spirits
> Location: Jackson, Mississippi

A large wine and liquor outlet with constant sales, a discount area, and a huge wine selection, Corkscrew is known for their attentive service. Employees are happy to make recommendations, guide you through rare products, and will even help carry your purchases to the car if you’ve bought a case.

Source: Courtesy of 3 Parks Wine Shop via Facebook

3 Parks Wine Shop
> Location: Atlanta, Georgia

A haven for everything wine-related, 3 Parks Wine Shop offers not only a curated selection of natural wines from small producers to fit any budget but also in-store tasting events, themed monthly subscription clubs, a mobile wine bar to cater your private event, and weekend wine-tasting flights.

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Chambers Street Wines
> Location: New York City, New York

Not the place to go for brand name wines, this specialty retailer stocks mostly natural wines from small producers and carries a selection of old and rare vintages. While heavily represented regions include France, Italy, Germany and Austria, they also carry bottles from other top wine-producing countries including Spain, Australia, and the U.S.

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Woodland Wine Merchant
> Location: Nashville, Tennessee

With a focus on sustainable and natural producers, Woodland Wine Merchant carries a carefully curated selection of quality affordable wines from around the world as well as beer and spirits. To best highlight rare wines from small producers, Woodland presents a small and constantly rotating stock with detailed written descriptions of each variety.

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