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18 San Francisco Wine Shops Open For Pickup and Delivery

These local bottle shops have more than enough wine to get the city through the coronavirus crisis

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Fool’s Errand has launched a walk-up window to allow shoppers to see bottles without venturing indoors.
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While many folks say that their delivery and pickup orders from big booze companies have been delayed or just disappeared, San Francisco is home to a multitude of bottle shops ready to get you a bottle of wine within a day. This list of 17 San Francisco wine shops that are open for pickup and delivery includes some remarkable neighborhood corner stores, a high-end restaurant that’s been transformed to a retail operation, and a family-owned winery that’s offering multi-bottle “care packages.”

As with every business during the coronavirus crisis, hours of operation and availability change in a flash. If you’re planning s trip out, please do confirm that the shop you’re headed to is open, and if your order is hit with delays, please be patient: This is a trying time for us all, and everyone here — everyone everywhere! — is doing the best that they can.

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Little Vine

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This Washington Square Park wine shop also has a mean list of sandwiches, so when you stop by for a bottle there’s food to be had too. Check hours and availability here.

Biondivino Wine Boutique

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This Russian Hill shop specializes in Italian wines, and Biondivino’s website even lets you shop by region. Curbside pickup is available for pre-paid orders, and same-day delivery for orders placed by 3 p.m. is available in SF for $15. Shop Biondivino’s selection here.

Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant

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Every day but Sunday, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant offers to-go orders, with pickup available in-store and curbside. It also offers nationwide shipping and delivery with online ordering available here.

D&M Wine And Liquor Co

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You’re not allowed in the door at D&M these days, but this Pac Heights shop known for its sparkling options offers free next-day delivery for orders over $200 and at-the-door pickup. Orders can be placed here.

Michelin-starred SF restaurant Spruce isn’t serving food in its dining room, but patrons are still allowed in: It’s now a 60,000-bottle-strong wine shop, SF Gate reports, selling cases from every restaurant in its eight-venue group. Hours for its wine shop are 1–8 p.m. daily.

Tofino Wines

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Geary Boulevard wine shop and bar Tofino Wines is open for retail pickup (free) and delivery (next-day, with a $200 minimum). Orders can be placed by email or phone.

K&L Wine Merchants

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K&L Wine Merchants’s retail spots are temporarily closed, but its website is fully stocked, and they’re doing local delivery.

Terroir

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This SoMa wine bar is closed for patrons, but its retail operation is open for business Monday–Saturday. Delivery within SF is free, and orders can be placed here.

Fool's Errand

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NoPa wine bar Fool’s Errand has a walk-up window available for those who can’t abide ordering online. Delivery is also available, and it’s free for orders of 12 bottles or more.

Fig & Thistle Market

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Duboce Triangle market and wine shop Fig & Thistle Market has a hefty selection of wines available for pickup and delivery. Unlike many spots on this list, drop-in visits are also allowed during operating hours.

Ruby Wine

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You’re not allowed inside Ruby Wine these days, but this Potrero Hill wine shop and bar will be happy to offer contact-free pickup at the door of the shop for orders placed in advance, and for $25 will deliver orders via bike to select areas of SF. Order here.

Castro Village Wine Co

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This boutique seller of California wines doesn’t have online ordering set up yet, but shoppers can still drop into the shop when it’s open.

Ungrafted

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Dogpatch wine bar and bottle shop Ungrafted has a moderately sized retail bottle list available for pickup. Call or email to order, and remember: They always offer 10 percent off for mixed cases.

Gemini Bottle Co

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This Mission District wine shop offers beer, cider, CSA boxes, and pantry items in addition to its selection of bottles, with free delivery across SF for orders over $200, and $15 delivery for all other orders to spots close to the shop. Curbside pickup is also available during limited hours. Order here.

Noe Valley Wine & Spirits

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Given its small staff, Noe Valley Wine can’t offer delivery — but they will text you when your order is ready for pickup. Call 415-374-7249 to order and they’ll take it from there.

Eristavi Winery

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This Mission District winery’s tasting room is closed, but their “work from home” bundle of three bottles is available for free delivery across SF.

The San Francisco Wine Trading Company

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This Parkside wine shop is closed to walk-in business, but local delivery is free for orders over $150, and curbside pickup is available for its extensive selection of wines and spirits. Order by phone at 415-731-6222 or online here.

Golden Gate Wine Cellars

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Golden Gate Wine Cellars’ specialty is small, boutique producers, and while its Ocean Avenue location is closed to walk-in customers, curbside-pickup, limited local delivery, and shipping is available. Orders can be placed online, by phone at 415-337-4083 (don’t text, it’s a landline), or email at FRANK@GGWC.COM.

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Little Vine

This Washington Square Park wine shop also has a mean list of sandwiches, so when you stop by for a bottle there’s food to be had too. Check hours and availability here.

Biondivino Wine Boutique

This Russian Hill shop specializes in Italian wines, and Biondivino’s website even lets you shop by region. Curbside pickup is available for pre-paid orders, and same-day delivery for orders placed by 3 p.m. is available in SF for $15. Shop Biondivino’s selection here.

Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant

Every day but Sunday, Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant offers to-go orders, with pickup available in-store and curbside. It also offers nationwide shipping and delivery with online ordering available here.

D&M Wine And Liquor Co

You’re not allowed in the door at D&M these days, but this Pac Heights shop known for its sparkling options offers free next-day delivery for orders over $200 and at-the-door pickup. Orders can be placed here.

Spruce

Michelin-starred SF restaurant Spruce isn’t serving food in its dining room, but patrons are still allowed in: It’s now a 60,000-bottle-strong wine shop, SF Gate reports, selling cases from every restaurant in its eight-venue group. Hours for its wine shop are 1–8 p.m. daily.

Tofino Wines

Geary Boulevard wine shop and bar Tofino Wines is open for retail pickup (free) and delivery (next-day, with a $200 minimum). Orders can be placed by email or phone.

K&L Wine Merchants

K&L Wine Merchants’s retail spots are temporarily closed, but its website is fully stocked, and they’re doing local delivery.

Terroir

This SoMa wine bar is closed for patrons, but its retail operation is open for business Monday–Saturday. Delivery within SF is free, and orders can be placed here.

Fool's Errand

NoPa wine bar Fool’s Errand has a walk-up window available for those who can’t abide ordering online. Delivery is also available, and it’s free for orders of 12 bottles or more.

Fig & Thistle Market

Duboce Triangle market and wine shop Fig & Thistle Market has a hefty selection of wines available for pickup and delivery. Unlike many spots on this list, drop-in visits are also allowed during operating hours.

Ruby Wine

You’re not allowed inside Ruby Wine these days, but this Potrero Hill wine shop and bar will be happy to offer contact-free pickup at the door of the shop for orders placed in advance, and for $25 will deliver orders via bike to select areas of SF. Order here.

Castro Village Wine Co

This boutique seller of California wines doesn’t have online ordering set up yet, but shoppers can still drop into the shop when it’s open.

Ungrafted

Dogpatch wine bar and bottle shop Ungrafted has a moderately sized retail bottle list available for pickup. Call or email to order, and remember: They always offer 10 percent off for mixed cases.

Gemini Bottle Co

This Mission District wine shop offers beer, cider, CSA boxes, and pantry items in addition to its selection of bottles, with free delivery across SF for orders over $200, and $15 delivery for all other orders to spots close to the shop. Curbside pickup is also available during limited hours. Order here.

Noe Valley Wine & Spirits

Given its small staff, Noe Valley Wine can’t offer delivery — but they will text you when your order is ready for pickup. Call 415-374-7249 to order and they’ll take it from there.

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Eristavi Winery

This Mission District winery’s tasting room is closed, but their “work from home” bundle of three bottles is available for free delivery across SF.

The San Francisco Wine Trading Company

This Parkside wine shop is closed to walk-in business, but local delivery is free for orders over $150, and curbside pickup is available for its extensive selection of wines and spirits. Order by phone at 415-731-6222 or online here.

Golden Gate Wine Cellars

Golden Gate Wine Cellars’ specialty is small, boutique producers, and while its Ocean Avenue location is closed to walk-in customers, curbside-pickup, limited local delivery, and shipping is available. Orders can be placed online, by phone at 415-337-4083 (don’t text, it’s a landline), or email at FRANK@GGWC.COM.

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