8390 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043
PH: 410.465.7802
FX: 410.465.7804
A unique, boutique wine store located in Historic Ellicott City, Maryland. We cater to the novice as well as the connoisseur with a wide range of wines, premium spirits and gourmet beers. Our customers come from around the area, including Columbia, Elkridge, Clarksville, Savage, Catonsville, Owings Mills, Laurel, Annapolis and Baltimore, Maryland.
410.465.7802
Mon-Thurs: 10am – 8pm
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Fri + Sat: 10am – 9pm
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Sun: 12pm – 5pm
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Stop in to check out this month’s selection.  We’re featuring deep, fruity reds from Spain as well as a France and California wine to add ...

Mar 31
Wine and Chocolate

Wine and chocolate are a great pairing! Stop into the Bin to check out the new chocolate case and pick up a treat from Sweet Cascades Chocolatier ...

STAFF 6 PACK
Rio Madre Rioja Graciano 2014
Spain. Showing a deep ruby color, the wine is abounding with wild fruits. It’s intense and concentrated with plenty of...
Others Grenache 2014
Spain. Crafted at the Dept.66 Winery from 100% domaine -owned vineyards, this wine opens with powerful aromas of rhubarb...
Monsterio de San Miguel 2012
Spain. 100% Tempranillo, with friendly spice and moderate tannins. Lovely flavors of black current and cherries leading ...
Mojo Cellars Merlot 2013
CA. Having Mojo means to have your charisma and charm working at full capacity. This a well-balanced wine hand -selected...
8390 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043
410.465.7802




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Dec 13

Congrats to The Wine Bin's own Dave Carney! On November 28th, Dave received a special recognition from Governor Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot ...

Winemaker Dinner Featuring owner and winemaker Julien Zernott
Thursday | Mar 16, 2017
6:30 pm
2017-03-16 18:30:00 2017-03-16 America/New_York Winemaker Dinner Featuring owner and winemaker Julien Zernott

Join The Wine Bin at Tersiguel’s - 8293 Main St, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Featuring owner and winemaker Julien Zernott
Domaine Du Pas De L’Escalette – Languedoc France

Thursday, March 16th
6:30PM - $85 per person – Reservations 410-465-7802

 

6:30 PM – Meet & Greet at The Bin

7:00 PM – Walk to Tersiguel’s

Course #1

Parfait of tuna, mango, and avocado
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES CLAPAS" BLANC
40% Carignan Blanc, 30% Granache Blanc, 30% Terret Bourret

Course #2
Cream of Onion and Foie Gras
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES PETITS PAS"
50% Grenache, 20% Carignan, 30% Syrah

Course #3
Roast rack of Quebecan naturally raised veal with natural juices and truffle oil sauce, and chive mashed potatoes
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES CLAPAS" ROUGE
20% Grenache, 30% Carignan , 50% Syrah

Course #4
Grilled radicchio with black currant vinaigrette garnished with roast pear and Roquefort cheese  
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LE PAS DE D"
30% Grenache, 50% Carignan, 20% Cinsault

9:30 PM - Dessert at Bin
Tiffle of berries
Coffee and DeCaf

 

Since 2002, Julien Zernott and Delphine Rousseau have farmed spectacularly steep, chalky stone terraces high above the river Orb outside Pegairolles de l’Escalette (population ca. 150), on the western rim of the Terrasses du Larzac. And “spectacular” is hardly an exaggeration to describe the wines I tasted in this young couple’s superbly-equipped new winery.The farming is organic, leaning towards bio-dynamic, and the fruit is hand-harvested and sorted. Spread across the Orb’s wide gorge and comprising the estate are both east- and west-facing parcels, which benefit (truly!) from a corresponding limitation on either afternoon or morning sunlight, accentuating the effects of lower temperatures and higher rainfall found here than elsewhere in the Languedoc. Rigorous triage of fruit from vines averaging 45 years in age (their 60 year old Carignan are not the ones Zernott and Rousseau refer to as “vieilles vignes”!) and spontaneous fermentation in large wooden (tapered-sided) “tronconique” are the norm, with stainless steel relegated to assemblage and the production of a little rose. Zernott and Rousseau both arrived here from their native Loire, and he reports having had responsibility in the cellar of Henry Pelle for 16 years, though in that case it seems as though he must have begun working there as a child!

Ellicott City The Wine Bin wine@winebinec.com

Join The Wine Bin at Tersiguel’s - 8293 Main St, Ellicott City, MD 21043

Featuring owner and winemaker Julien Zernott
Domaine Du Pas De L’Escalette – Languedoc France

Thursday, March 16th
6:30PM - $85 per person – Reservations 410-465-7802

 

6:30 PM – Meet & Greet at The Bin

7:00 PM – Walk to Tersiguel’s

Course #1

Parfait of tuna, mango, and avocado
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES CLAPAS" BLANC
40% Carignan Blanc, 30% Granache Blanc, 30% Terret Bourret

Course #2
Cream of Onion and Foie Gras
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES PETITS PAS"
50% Grenache, 20% Carignan, 30% Syrah

Course #3
Roast rack of Quebecan naturally raised veal with natural juices and truffle oil sauce, and chive mashed potatoes
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LES CLAPAS" ROUGE
20% Grenache, 30% Carignan , 50% Syrah

Course #4
Grilled radicchio with black currant vinaigrette garnished with roast pear and Roquefort cheese  
LE PAS DE L'ESCALETTE
"LE PAS DE D"
30% Grenache, 50% Carignan, 20% Cinsault

9:30 PM - Dessert at Bin
Tiffle of berries
Coffee and DeCaf

 

Since 2002, Julien Zernott and Delphine Rousseau have farmed spectacularly steep, chalky stone terraces high above the river Orb outside Pegairolles de l’Escalette (population ca. 150), on the western rim of the Terrasses du Larzac. And “spectacular” is hardly an exaggeration to describe the wines I tasted in this young couple’s superbly-equipped new winery.The farming is organic, leaning towards bio-dynamic, and the fruit is hand-harvested and sorted. Spread across the Orb’s wide gorge and comprising the estate are both east- and west-facing parcels, which benefit (truly!) from a corresponding limitation on either afternoon or morning sunlight, accentuating the effects of lower temperatures and higher rainfall found here than elsewhere in the Languedoc. Rigorous triage of fruit from vines averaging 45 years in age (their 60 year old Carignan are not the ones Zernott and Rousseau refer to as “vieilles vignes”!) and spontaneous fermentation in large wooden (tapered-sided) “tronconique” are the norm, with stainless steel relegated to assemblage and the production of a little rose. Zernott and Rousseau both arrived here from their native Loire, and he reports having had responsibility in the cellar of Henry Pelle for 16 years, though in that case it seems as though he must have begun working there as a child!

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