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.
Mon-Thurs: 10am – 8pm
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Fri + Sat: 10am – 9pm
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Sun: 12pm – 5pm
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Whiskey covers an enormous span of spirits, ranging from bourbon to scotch and from Japan to the U.S. At its core, whiskey is a spirit made from a fermented ...

Jul 26
Yappy Hour – July 26

Rescheduled from 7/19 Yappy Hours will now be on the first and third Fridays EVERY month!

Jul 27
Movie Night: Beauty and the Beast

Join us for a live-action adaptation of Disney’s version of the classic ‘Beauty and the Beast’. Parking lot closes at 7:30pm!

Aug 2
Yappy Hour – August 2

Yappy Hours will now be on the first and third Fridays EVERY month!

STAFF 6 PACK
Luzon Rose Blend
Salmon pink in color, with expressive aromas reminiscent of red fruits (morello cherries) and flowers. On the palate thi...
Legado del Moncayo Garnacha Blanca
Medium-bodied, with open fruit flavors recalling white melon, tangerine and autumn pear, this is quite juicy and flavorf...
La Chapiniere Sauvignon Blanc
 Straw yellow color, silver highlights. The nose shows acacia aromas, followed by honeysuckle, and ripe grapefruit. The...
Kaltern Schiava
Light cherry red in color, the nose displays dominant fruit tones of cherry and raspberry, with a touch of bitter almond...
8390 Main Street
Ellicott City, MD 21043
410.465.7802




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Feb 21

The Bin is thrilled to be selling Crowlers or as we like to call them... BAC... Big Ass Can.

Swing into The Bin to see what's on tap and pick up some fresh ...

Wine Classes

Join us at the Wine Bin for Wine Education.  Taste a little – learn a little!

(Includes a $10 credit towards a purchase)

Classes all start at 7:00PM

Reservations required

Call us for more information: 410-465-7802

 

Sake 101    7/12    $30

There is much mystery and myth about Sake, but here you can learn the real deal about this liberating libation. We understand that most people have only experienced hot Sake as an accompaniment to sushi, but you don’t have to go to Japan to become a bona fide Sake connoisseur! Now that we have a sushi restaurant (Umi Sushi) on Main Street , what better place to learn about Sake than here at the Bin!

Whiskey 101   7/25     $35

I’m sure you’ve heard people say they drink Bourbon or Scotch but what does it mean when a person says they want a Whiskey? Whiskey covers an enormous span of spirits, ranging from Bourbon to Scotch and from Japan to the U.S. At its core, Whiskey is a spirit made from a fermented grain mash — but it’s so much more than that.

Canned Wine : Fad or Fab? 8/9    $25

Canned wines are the perfect marriage of stylish sophistication and casual coolness. They’re portable, potable, and pretty—the ideal go-to for summer entertaining outdoors. Canned wines have been popular for a while though, so there are many different kinds out there. To help you cut through the clutter, we took on the task of finding the best canned wines and spritzers out there.

Maryland Wines 8/30    $25

Boordy Vineyards in Hydes, Maryland, was the first entrant into Maryland’s modern wine culture. Established in 1945, it reinvigorated an industry that officially has been around since 1648. Tenis Palee is the first Marylander on record to have produced wine. In 1662, Governor Charles Calvert introduced European grapes to Maryland, planting some 200 acres.

Since the Maryland Wineries Association began keeping statistics in 2001, the local wine industry has enjoyed remarkable growth. In 2001, the state produced 438,866 bottles, valued at $6.14 million. A little over a decade later, in 2013, Maryland producers corked 1.74 million bottles, worth some $26.1 million in sales.

Maryland now has about 120 acres of soil dedicated to wine cultivation. The roughly 80 Maryland wine producers comprise a majority of total grape producers. (Annual grape yield averages 800 tons.) Vineyards turn out 420 different types of wine each year.

In this class we will explore many of the great producers of wine in our home state by tasting and comparing the same varietal side by side with wines from famous wine regions.