Wine Retailers That Are Delivering In San Francisco During Self Isolation

13/04/2020 While everyone is under self-isolation, here are some of the wine retailers that are delivering in San Francisco during this time.

There’s only one place you can drink right now: Your home. But the only alcohol currently in your possession might be getting depleted and an almost empty bottle of Chardonnay is scary!

So here are few wine retailers in your area from where you can stock up, with delivery and pick-up. Even though you can’t go drink at these places, you can still support them (and drink something great) by ordering from them. We’ll keep updating our blog with more information - so stay tuned, stay well and stay hydrated!

  1. K & L Wine Merchants

K&L Wine Merchants! Since 1976 have been proud to offer the world's finest wines, great service, and competitive prices. They offer thousands of wines on this site with inventory updates happening in real-time. In addition, they operate in three retail stores, in San Francisco, Redwood City and Hollywood, California. For several decades they've been publishing a free monthly newsletter. Their Philosophy It's very simple. Find the world's best wines and offer them at the best prices around. They offer outstanding wines from across the globe.

  1. Cheers On Demand

Open during Coronavirus (COVID-19) Crisis. They are here to serve the community by providing On-Demand delivery. Cheers On Demand can also deliver any products available on our website to your door. Visit their website or call us at (415)885-2898. It will deliver to your door if your delivery is in San Francisco, CA only. They are San Francisco's alcohol delivery service. With Cheers On Demand you carry a sleek and effortless high-end liquor store, convenience store and smoke shop right in your pocket. Reach out for any of your alcohol delivery, beer delivery, wine delivery, grocery delivery, hotel delivery, corporate alcohol delivery, corporate happy hour, Food Delivery Services, Ice Cream Delivery, and anything else you may need.


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  1. Cost Plus World Market

They continue to ship online purchases to your door. It quickly became a destination for those who craved original and handmade items from around the world. Items were sold at cost, plus ten percent - hence the name Cost Plus World Market. Their everyday low prices and high-quality, original items are a great value. Choose from eye-catching, trend-setting home accents, an awe-inspiring array of international foods/wines & and much more. They bring the beauty & excitement of global bazaars to you. They're your one-stop shop - whether you're hosting a holiday or a very personal special occasion. There are 270+ Cost Plus World Market stores nationwide - and they're always open online.

  1. Total Wine & More

Total Wine & More is America's Wine Superstore® -- the country's largest independent retailer of fine wine. We started in 1991 when brothers David and Robert Trone opened a small store in Delaware. Today, we operate 184 superstores across 23 states and continue to grow.

  1. San Francisco Wine Trading Company

The San Francisco Wine Trading Company is more than just your local wine and spirits store. Since 1976 their friendly and knowledgeable staff have helped customers make informed purchases from an impressive selection of wines, which includes both local and imported wines from vintners like Robert Chadderdon and Kermit Lynch. Their customers agree - they are small enough to know you, yet big enough to serve you.

  1. BevMo!

BevMo! is a privately held corporation based in Concord, California, selling mainly alcoholic beverages. The company was founded in January 1994 as Beverages & More! in the San Francisco Bay Area, and re-branded as "BevMo!" in January 2001. By October 2009, the company had 100 stores in Arizona and California.

  1. Biondivino Wine Boutique

Ceri Smith founded Biondivino Wine Boutique in the fall of 2006. She named it after her Italian great grandfather, Settimio Biondi, who arrived in 1906, the day after “The Great Quake.” Fast forward 100 years when Biondivino shook up San Francisco after being the first wine boutique to focus entirely on the artisan gems of Italy. During the last 10 years they've become the Bay Area's source for high quality, traditionally styled Italian wines.

  1. Indian Market & Liquor

Indian grocery, Asian spices and herbs, hot food vegetarian samosa, Fresh roti, fulka fresh, garlic naan, paneer, dosa batter, Indian ready to eat food like Paneer Tikka Masala, Dal Makhani, Allo Mutter, Garlic Naan, Paneer Prantha, over 90 chilled beers, 300 assorted wines and 350 spirits, cold beverages, Lotto, UPS access point

  1. D & M Wine & Liquor Company

D&M was founded by a couple of guys in the '30s who went around opening stores and abandoning them when they ran up bills. There are a few around with the initials D&M. Our store was purchased by our employer's father, Joe Politz, in 1959. Now we say D&M stands for Dad and Mom, and that is the current owners, Mike and Karen Politz. On a good day we have about 200 different Champagnes in all the various sizes. We blind taste all our wine and the tasting group is notoriously tough. We argue a lot and we're spoiled rotten.

  1. Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant

Located in the heart of San Francisco's Master Sommelier Peter Granoff has worn lots of hats. From schlepping boxes and bussing tables to receiving the 1991 "Sommelier of the Year" award from the James Beard Foundation and launching Virtual Vineyards (1995, the first U.S. entity to sell wine on the internet), Peter has traveled the world to immerse himself in almost all facets of the wine industry.