UPCOMING EVENTS & Classes
Join us for these spirited events co-hosted with our friends in Philly.
If you haven’t heard by now, The Deacon, is a new prime spot in Philly for events and experiences. On Thursday November 14th we’ll be conducting a ‘Natural Wine Workshop’ in their beautiful (seriously, this place will blow your mind with it’s design) space. Grab tickets HERE and join us. You can also book rooms if you’d like to stay the night - the rooms are GORGEOUS! BE THERE!
We are so honored to host BLOOMER CREEK owners, Kim & Deb, for an evening with some good food and conversation.
We came, we spilled, we conquered. Check back soon so you don’t miss our next shindig.
Tuscan winemaker & owner of Marchioni a Vigliano, Paolo Marchionni, will be traveling to Philadelphia to take part in our first wine dinner here at Bloomsday. Join us as we relax around the table like family and learn about his craft and natural winemaking in Tuscany.
It’s festival season! We decided that Philly needs a new festival to celebrate wine. Join us in the Headhouse Square Shambles right out in front of our spot. We’ll have FANCY wine, FANCY food trucks, FANCY games & activities and a proper FANCY time outside in the autumn air. Bring your FANCIEST PANTS!
After a visit to Friuli & Slovenia this past summer, we’ve been chomping at the bit to share our experience with you… and some wines! We’ll do a deep dive into the surrounding area with a focus on the crux of it all, a little bend in the road known as “Oslavje.”
This tucked-away little wine region in the Languedoc near Montpelier is full of beauty; from its landscape all the way through to its often underappreciated wines. Expect some excellent values, off the beaten path.
This week we’re staying pretty close to home and opening some favorites from New York State. Just a few hours away, New York isn’t just one thing, but numerous unique wine regions: the Hudson Valley, Finger Lakes and Long Island’s North Fork, to name a few. Get here!
Georgia & the Caucusus Region is the ancestral home to ALL commercial winemaking and grape farming. That’s a pretty big claim, so it’s only proper to dive deeper and see what it’s all about. We’ll open a few lovely oddities to help paint a clearer picture. Don’t miss this one!
Sandwiched between the Andes Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, Chile has been producing wine for nearly 500 years. But right now, they’re really having new a moment and pushing some quite fascinating natural wine. So, we’ve got a few gems to share with you - be there! or HERE!
It’s not exactly a secret that we’re a little bit partial to Catalan wines - we’ve been traveling there for 20 years and recently there’s been a powerful cultural movement toward Catalan expressionism which has included winemaking & viticulture. Catalunya has moved fervently with embracing native grapes and traditional, natural techniques. You gotta be here for these wonderful things we want to share so badly with you!
It’s time to dive into the complex world that is “the Basque Region.” Straddling the border of France & Spain, around the Bay of Biscay and up into the Cantabrian & Pyrenees Mountains ranges, this is a place with loads of diversity in style, varietals and landscape. Come check out a few Basque bottles from our fairly wide selection.
Slovenia! We spent a week here recently enjoying some new things and we’re going to open them up for you. There’s lots of recent excitement surrounding Slovene wines, but there’s nothing new about natural wine in Slovenia. Rather, they’ve been a cradle of natural and traditional methods during the time that most of the wine world was homogenizing flavor and turning to chemical agriculture. Come learn more with us!
Join us this week for a few wines from Sicily. We’ve just returned from a two week trip, bouncing around the entire island to visit some natural winemakers and see what’s old and what’s new. We’ll be opening a few of our recent favorites and we chat about them together. Cin Cin! Salute!