7 DC-Area Wine Bars and Bottle Shops Delivering Wine to Your Door

Quarantine with Pinots and pét-nats.

This article has been updated. 

Barkada Wine Bar 
1939 12th St., NW
Head to the natural wine bar on U Street for bottles of skin contact wine—white wines fermented with the grape’s skins to yield a vibrant orange color. The bar gets its name from a Tagalog word for a group of friends, with Filipino snacks like fried lumpia also available for takeout. Delivery details: Delivery available in DC via DC To-GoGo and DoorDash.

Cork Wine Bar 
1805 14th St., NW
The 14th Street wine bar and market is a one-stop shop for quarantine wine and cheese nights. Pick your bottle (or bottles) and pair with charcuterie, cheese, crackers, and more. Delivery details: $50 minimum with no fee; delivery available within three miles of store.

10 Florida Ave., NW
The Bloomingdale wine shop specializes in natural wine—think fizzy pét-nats and crushable reds made with organic or biodynamic grapes. If you’re struggling to choose a bottle, opt for a curated case hand-picked by the pros on staff. Delivery details: $15 fee or free delivery with purchases over $150; delivery available in DC.

Grand Cata
1550 7th St., NW; 1280 4th St., SE 
You can’t hop on an international flight right now, but you can sip your way through lush wine-making regions in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. The wine shop—with locations in Shaw and Union Market’s La Cosecha—focuses on Latin American varietals with detailed descriptions and pairing ideas for each bottle. Delivery: $70 minimum; delivery available in DC.

Maxwell Park
1336 9th St., NW; 1346 4th St., SE 
The boutique wine bar releases rotating wine list each week featuring playful themes. There’s also plenty of opportunity to explore beyond the theme with pages upon pages of diverse bottles all 30-percent off. Delivery details: $100 minimum; delivery available in DC and parts of Maryland and northern Virginia.

Neighborhood Provisions 
Multiple locations in DC, Maryland, and Virginia
Neighborhood Restaurant Group’s online wine shop has an affordable index of bottles from around the world; Price tags are mostly under $50. The beer menu is also expansive if you want to grab both brews and vino in a single order. Delivery details: $7 fee with $35 minimum; delivery available in DC and parts of Maryland and northern Virginia.

St. Vincent Wine 
3212 Georgia Ave., NW
The hybrid bottle shop and wine bar in Park View opened during the pandemic, inspired by New Orleans wine garden Bacchanal. Rather than focusing on a distinct region or varietal, the wine spot is offering a range of bottles for a bevy of beverage options. Delivery details: $15 fee with $50 minimum or free delivery with purchases over $100; delivery available within two miles of store.

Daniella Byck
Lifestyle Editor

Daniella Byck joined Washingtonian in 2022. She was previously with Outside Magazine and lives in Northeast DC.