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New Orleans Wine Shops Open for Takeout or Delivery Booze

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Ernest Hemingway famously said that his only regret in life is that he didn’t drink more wine. We all have plenty to worry about right now, but thanks to these super wine shops, that can come off the list. All offer call ahead or online ordering, with a team member available to hand customers the bounty curbside. Some also deliver themselves or through Drizly or Minibar online ordering services (for a fee of around $5 plus a big tip for the driver). It’s rose season, get to it.

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Swirl Wine Bar & Market

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This super wine shop in Faubourg St. John specializing in amazing wines in the $12-$30 range, with a loving emphasis on Italian vintages. Call Swirl Wine ahead and they’ll bring your order to your car or deliver. But while you’re in the neighborhood, Lola’s, 1000 Figs, Santa Fe, and Cafe Degas are right there, waiting to feed you carry out.

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Faubourg Wines

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Call ahead to this sweet shop on the border of Marigny and Bywater on St. Claude Ave. and your order will be ready to pick up. Free delivery (tip that driver) is available everyday if you get your order in by 4:30 p.m.; hours for curbside pickup are noon to 7 p.m. If the phone line is busy, don’t be discouraged — just try again in a few.

The set up outside Faubourg Wines
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Grande Krewe Fine Wine and Spirits

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Love this uber-local shop (and the two adorable pugs, Deuce and Pearl), a smart little wine kingdom in the Marigny. Call Grande Krewe or order online and curbside pickup is fine. Bubbles and spirits available too. The store is still open for customers to shop.

Next to Nothing Wines

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This funky shop (and now shuttered wine bar) off Earhart (near Restaurant Depot) is open for online and phone ordering and payment, with contactless curbside pick up. Next to Nothing Wines owner Steve Bishoff will set the order on an outside table at the designated time. Wave at him — that’s him behind the window. Try the “pick something for me” option — select price range and be surprised.

The Independent Caveau NOLA

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The brand-new Independent Caveau NOLA is offering curbside pickup or delivery ($75 minimum order). Call or use the shop’s online form, and staff will contact you with confirmation and to gather payment. New hours are noon to 6 p.m. daily.

Elio's Wine Warehouse

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Currently open from noon to five every day but Sunday, Elio’s delivers through Drizly as well as takes orders by phone or in the parking lot for curbside service. Best to have some idea what you want before you call or arrive. Kegs and growlers also available.

Elio’s also offers a huge variety of beer
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Brady's Wine Warehouse

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Brady’s is a great store in a little strip of shops just off the highway in the CBD. It will do curbside, and offer delivery through their own app as well as Drizly and Mini Bar. Oh, and if you want to go inside, you can do that too.

Deliveries from Brady’s
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Keife & Co.

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Open for delivery and curbside pickup, Keife & Co. on the corner of Howard and Carondolet carries a vast selection of wine, spirits, and specialty gourmet eats including pasta, sauce, cheese, and charcuterie. Email orders (number of bottles, price point and style of wine) to keifeandco@gmail.com for same day or next day pickup or delivery, or call between noon and 4 p.m. A delivery charge of $10 will be applied to all orders under $100.

Martin Wine Cellar New Orleans

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Martin Wine Cellar, with area locations in Metairie and Uptown on Baronne, is a family business that has been helping thirsty New Orleanians since 1946. Call ahead — and yes, the deli is still going strong — or order online from the easy-to-navigate website. Call the store when you get there and somebody will the goodness right out.

Spring and summer wines at Martin Wine Cellar
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Prytania Wine & Spirits (formerly Prytania Liquor Store)

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This wine and spirits store owned by the Langenstein family is in the location of the original Langenstein’s Grocery Store on Arabella Uptown. Prytania Wine & Spirits offers a wide range of labels, along with liquors and craft beers. Ask about gourmet goodies too. Call ahead and they’ll bring it out to you.

Spirit Wine

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Need wine during the stay at home mandate? Spirit Wine on Magazine suggests limiting your trips out by buying a case or a half case and schedule a pickup time. Fill out an online form, pay and shop online, and pickup according to your schedule.

Nola Wine Merchant

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Formerly Hopper’s Carte des Vins, this Uptown wine shop is valued for personal service — the team’s been in place for years — and a deep knowledge of wine. Just call ahead with what you’re in the mood for and if you’re not sure, have a budget and flavor profile in mind and Nola Wine Merchant will do the rest. Open every day for call-ahead curbside pickup.

Swirl Wine Bar & Market

Swirl Wines/Official

This super wine shop in Faubourg St. John specializing in amazing wines in the $12-$30 range, with a loving emphasis on Italian vintages. Call Swirl Wine ahead and they’ll bring your order to your car or deliver. But while you’re in the neighborhood, Lola’s, 1000 Figs, Santa Fe, and Cafe Degas are right there, waiting to feed you carry out.

Swirl Wines/Official

Faubourg Wines

The set up outside Faubourg Wines
Clair Lorell/Eater NOLA

Call ahead to this sweet shop on the border of Marigny and Bywater on St. Claude Ave. and your order will be ready to pick up. Free delivery (tip that driver) is available everyday if you get your order in by 4:30 p.m.; hours for curbside pickup are noon to 7 p.m. If the phone line is busy, don’t be discouraged — just try again in a few.

The set up outside Faubourg Wines
Clair Lorell/Eater NOLA

Grande Krewe Fine Wine and Spirits

Love this uber-local shop (and the two adorable pugs, Deuce and Pearl), a smart little wine kingdom in the Marigny. Call Grande Krewe or order online and curbside pickup is fine. Bubbles and spirits available too. The store is still open for customers to shop.

Next to Nothing Wines

This funky shop (and now shuttered wine bar) off Earhart (near Restaurant Depot) is open for online and phone ordering and payment, with contactless curbside pick up. Next to Nothing Wines owner Steve Bishoff will set the order on an outside table at the designated time. Wave at him — that’s him behind the window. Try the “pick something for me” option — select price range and be surprised.

The Independent Caveau NOLA

The brand-new Independent Caveau NOLA is offering curbside pickup or delivery ($75 minimum order). Call or use the shop’s online form, and staff will contact you with confirmation and to gather payment. New hours are noon to 6 p.m. daily.

Elio's Wine Warehouse

Elio’s also offers a huge variety of beer
Elio’s Wine Warehouse/Facebook

Currently open from noon to five every day but Sunday, Elio’s delivers through Drizly as well as takes orders by phone or in the parking lot for curbside service. Best to have some idea what you want before you call or arrive. Kegs and growlers also available.

Elio’s also offers a huge variety of beer
Elio’s Wine Warehouse/Facebook

Brady's Wine Warehouse

Deliveries from Brady’s
Brady’s Wine Warehouse/Facebook

Brady’s is a great store in a little strip of shops just off the highway in the CBD. It will do curbside, and offer delivery through their own app as well as Drizly and Mini Bar. Oh, and if you want to go inside, you can do that too.

Deliveries from Brady’s
Brady’s Wine Warehouse/Facebook

Keife & Co.

Open for delivery and curbside pickup, Keife & Co. on the corner of Howard and Carondolet carries a vast selection of wine, spirits, and specialty gourmet eats including pasta, sauce, cheese, and charcuterie. Email orders (number of bottles, price point and style of wine) to keifeandco@gmail.com for same day or next day pickup or delivery, or call between noon and 4 p.m. A delivery charge of $10 will be applied to all orders under $100.

Martin Wine Cellar New Orleans

Spring and summer wines at Martin Wine Cellar
Martin Wine Cellar/Facebook

Martin Wine Cellar, with area locations in Metairie and Uptown on Baronne, is a family business that has been helping thirsty New Orleanians since 1946. Call ahead — and yes, the deli is still going strong — or order online from the easy-to-navigate website. Call the store when you get there and somebody will the goodness right out.

Spring and summer wines at Martin Wine Cellar
Martin Wine Cellar/Facebook

Prytania Wine & Spirits (formerly Prytania Liquor Store)

This wine and spirits store owned by the Langenstein family is in the location of the original Langenstein’s Grocery Store on Arabella Uptown. Prytania Wine & Spirits offers a wide range of labels, along with liquors and craft beers. Ask about gourmet goodies too. Call ahead and they’ll bring it out to you.

Spirit Wine

Need wine during the stay at home mandate? Spirit Wine on Magazine suggests limiting your trips out by buying a case or a half case and schedule a pickup time. Fill out an online form, pay and shop online, and pickup according to your schedule.

Nola Wine Merchant

Formerly Hopper’s Carte des Vins, this Uptown wine shop is valued for personal service — the team’s been in place for years — and a deep knowledge of wine. Just call ahead with what you’re in the mood for and if you’re not sure, have a budget and flavor profile in mind and Nola Wine Merchant will do the rest. Open every day for call-ahead curbside pickup.

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