August 24th, 2020
yourself a nice, big glass and get ready to celebrate National Red Wine Day on Friday,
August 28! Whether you like Pinot Noir, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, or another
type of red, National Red Wine Day is easy to celebrate by either visiting a
wine bar or buying your favorite bottle to drink in your home at the Promenade!
A Harbor East wine staple since 2001, Bin 604 is celebrating their first National Red Wine Day in their new location! The wine and spirits shop is now located at 711 S. Central Ave., on the second floor of the Liberty building, just down the street from the Promenade. Despite changing addresses, they will be keeping the 604 in their name, which represents the street number of their previous location.
604 has many different wines from around the world and is constantly getting
new bottles in—there are plenty of options that you can’t find anywhere else! Looking
to stock up? Be sure to check out their “Porch Pounders,” featuring a rotating
selection of six different budget-friendly bottles of wine.
you are looking to venture outside of Harbor East, here are a few wine bars to check
V-No in Fells Point is less than five minutes away and is going above and beyond with extra COVID-19 precautions to keep you safe during your visit. Stop by and enjoy the beautiful view from their waterfront patio while you enjoy your bottle of wine. While you’re there, be sure to indulge in some charcuterie!
13.5% Wine Bar
Wine Bar in Hampden is one of the trendiest wine bars in town and has an
incredible wine list and food menu. You may want to consider buying a wine off
the wall; it could save you $13!
for something unique? Head up to Fadensonnen in Old Goucher, which is known for
their long list of table wines and Japanese sake, as well as their beer outdoor
garden, where you can even bring your own food! For true wine lovers, be sure
to inquire about their monthly wine club.
Serenity Wine Café
Wine Café in Locust Point is one of the most innovative wine bars around! Known
for their self-serve system, you can pour yourself a taste of wine before
choosing to get a whole glass, so you can try whatever you would like before
making your decision! Be sure to pair your wine with one of their delectable
Raise a Glass
you choose to celebrate National Red Wine Day, we hope you’ll make it a good