North Loop Wine & Spirits is SPONSORING the BE ER CHOIR at Inbound's annual NERSHFEST ! What's a NERSHFEST ? Nershfest is an outdoor music festival inspired by three guys’ love of Bill Nershi and local beer. On Saturday August 11 from 2-10pm, Inbound Brew Co. is bringing live local music, craft beer, food trucks, vendors, and more to the streets of the North Loop! Support your local friends and check it out.

Pizza Lucé Block Party is also happening on Saturday 12-10pm! Surly will be debuting their Lucé Lime Lager so you might want to go early and pre-party before Nershfest starts. They are close enough to do a little back and forth...because sometimes decisions and commitments are hard.

Make sure to swing in on your way and check out our wine tastings on Friday and Saturday!
Friday's Free Tasting (4-8pm) with
Special Guest Logan from Tradition :
  • Dancing Coyote Gruner Veltliner
  • Dance Party Wine Company White
  • Vaughn Duffy Sauvignon Blanc
  • Maison Angelot Bugey Mondeuse
  • Mark Herold "Collide" Red
  • Miro Cellars Zinfandel
  • Plus Shacksbury Cider!
Saturday's Free Tasting (3-7pm):
We are still picking the wines for Saturday.
We will post the lineup to Facebook prior to the tasting.
Dave's Pick:
2016 Vigneti Zanatta "Orion" Vermentino di Sardegna
As we head into the dog days it's only practical to have some easy going, well chilled white wine around. There's also no reason why that wine shouldn't be interesting enough to keep your mind occupied as you laze around in the summer sun. Vermentino is a bit of a workhorse grape and goes by many pseudonyms in Italy and elsewhere in Europe but its best expression may be on the island of Sardinia. This ridiculously inexpensive white is layered with spice, melon and citrus. The mid palate is ripe and rounded and the finish has just enough bright acidity with a bit of pithy grip. This could be the wine to carry you through to Cab season. -$10.99
Madison's Pick:
2017 Friedrich Becker Petit Ros é
This rose is a refreshing sight to see in the sea of overly pale, technical and a little too precisely manufactured Provencal pinks. Its German - from the Pfalz region just across the border from Alsace. Its dark pink. But don't be fooled.. its totally dry. This is one of my favorite "more serious" roses of the summer. A blend of spatburgunder (pinot noir), portuegeiser, and cabernet sauvignon.. this guy has a little more backbone and body but with all of the fun and flavor one normally expects from a rose. This is a fun food wine with a lot of pairing capability. Get some now before I buy it all for myself.  -$21.99
Doug's Pick:
2014 Chateau Musar, Musar Jeune Rouge - Lebanon
This blend of Cinsault, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon is incredibly quaffable. It's vibrant fruit character would easily please nearly anyone while still offering nuanced aromatics of incense and spices to entertain the more discriminating tastes. The soft tannin structure and fresh acidity make this a fantastic option for barbecued chicken or pork off the grill.  -$25.99
Patti's Pick:
2016 Bodegas Lu zón Colección Monastrell
We as a staff here at North Loop wine and spirits get excited every time a "chillable" red crosses our path. This wine is no exception. A little heavier than some of our other "chillable" red selections, this wine is surprisingly jubilant and fresh while still having presence and power. This Monastrell, a.k.a. Mataro, a.k.a. Mourvedre from Jumilla has lots of juicy red fruits a touch of spice and finishes silky smooth. Put it in the freezer for around 15-20 minutes and pair it with the patio and anything grilled. Did we mention it over-delivers for the price?! -$10.99
New & Exciting
West + Wilder Rose in a can
Markowitsch Rose 
Brand Riesling
Steinbock Riesling
Domaine Thomas & Fils Sancerre La Crele
Dancing Coyote Gruner Veltliner
Dance Party Wine Company White