Bibliotheque boasts an intensely curated collection of over 3,000 bottles. We also offer 20 by-the-glass options and a host of extremely rare wines, with an emphasis on French and Italian vintages.

Bibliotheque's wine and book programs are uniquely merged. Our complete wine list is formatted like a novel, divided into 14 "chapters" that emphasize different genres and aesthetics. From "Short Stories" (by the glass) and "Romance" (smooth, spicy, and seductive) to "Art History" (wine as a canvas for artistic expression) and "Fantasy" (the wines dreams are made of), we aim to cultivate the ultimate oenophile-bibliophile experience.

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Previous wines

JUNE 2024

2020 Domaine Leflaive Mâcon-Verzé

2020 Mâcon-Verzé is a floral, mineral wine with a lively energy. It is produced exclusively from Chardonnay grown on the estate's vineyard, which has been biodynamically cultivated since 2004. On the nose, it has notes of pear, lemon, and citrus, and on the palate, it is fresh, bright, and has plenty of acidity. This bottle, along with all others from the Classics section of our wine list, comes with a 20% discount on one book of choice from the store!

MAY 2024

2020 Marguet Rose Champagne, Shaman, Extra Brut

This sparkling rosé has a striking nose of nectarines, pink grapefruit, and watermelon. The start is juicy on the tongue, then becomes quite dry. It is the perfect champagne to pair with any joyous occasion! This bottle, along with all others from the Self-Help section of our wine list, comes with a 20% discount on one book of choice from the store!


2017 Rhys/Aeris 'Centennial Mountain Vineyard'

The 2017 Centennial Mountain Vineyard exhibits a classic Nebbiolo bouquet of balsamic cherry, dried herbs, rose petal, and licorice. It is full-bodied, succulent, and has a core of fruit with strong tannins. This bottle, along with all others from the Travel section of our wine list, comes with a 20% discount on one book of choice from the store!


2021 Pascal Clément Savigny-Lès-Beaune

The red wines of Burgundy are the most sought-after wines in the world. Terroir, reputation, limited production, and vintage variability contribute to upward drive of prices. Luckily, small regional pockets still allow for affordability. At Bibliotheque, you can find the perfect example: Pascal Clement’s Savigny-Lès-Beaune. An engraving from 1703 at Château de Savigny describe wines from this part of Burgundy as ‘nourrissants, théologiques et morbifuges’ (nourishing, theological, and disease-defying). Clement’s offering provides roundness and volume, balance and power in just the right proportions, often evoking Morello cherries with a charming elegance. At $145, it is one of the great “steals” on our list.


2020 Schramsberg Blanc de Noirs

There are only four Napa Valley wineries founded before Prohibition that are still producing wine today. One of those wineries, Schramsberg, has been the leader of the United States sparkling wine movement since the 1950s. They produce limited quantities of sparkling wine from grapes grown in their 43-acre estate vineyard and with fruit harvested from superior parcels located in cool climates of Napa and Sonoma.


1985 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia

Considered one of the greatest Supertuscans of all time, 1985 Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia has a rich ruby color. Its bouquet is complex, concentrated, and persistent with notes of tar and spice.


2021 Gaja Rossj-Bass Langhe

This Chardonnay-Sauvignon Blanc blend boasts intense fruit concentration and unmistakable floral notes. The nose shows notes of ripe citrus, including lemon and orange. On the palate is a remarkable acidity and fruit concentration combined with a creamy finish.