Holds Online Sale & Curbside Pickup; Oakville Grocery & Atelier Fine Foods; Open to Serve Community
We know that most people are spending a lot of time at home these days and want to inform our customers how Boisset Collection is serving the community by providing options for bringing wines into homes; broadcasting streaming virtual tastings, happy hours and shows; and by operating Oakville Grocery locations as well as Atelier Fine Foods.
Shipping is included on purchases of 6 bottles or more through the end of the month at my.boissetcollection.com with the code SPRINGCLEAN, which will also unlock up to 40% off selected wines. In addition, we have moved our annual spring sale online; this is the direct link to order about a dozen deeply discounted wines. After the online sale ends, customers will be contacted to make reservations to pick up their wines on Saturday, April 4 and April 6 through 11.
People who wish to purchase non-sale wines or wine club members who want to pick up their wines can do so via curbside pick-up appointments at Raymond Vineyards, Buena Vista Winery and DeLoach Vineyards via CellarPass.com (links to Raymond, Buena Vista and DeLoach). JCB wines can be picked up from Raymond and DeLoach, while Wattle Creek wines will be available at DeLoach.
We want to keep our community connected online while our tasting rooms/lounges are closed and events postponed. Join Jean-Charles for daily Facebook Live virtual happy hour broadcasts at 6 p.m. as he opens bottles and takes questions from online viewers. On Thursday, March 26, in place of the daily happy hour, Jean-Charles will appear on CellarPass TV from 6 to 7 p.m. with stand-up comic Jenny Zigrino whose show at Buena Vista had to be canceled. It promises to be an entertaining hour, with the irrepressible vintner, designer and entrepreneur alongside the comic who is a rising star in Hollywood. In addition, both Jean- Charles and sommelier Marnie Old have recorded digital happy hours that air every Saturday at 6 p.m. on the Boisset Collection Facebook page as well (the first one from last Saturday, March 21, is available now).
While Oakville Wine Merchant’s physical doors are temporarily closed to guests, we have started daily online offers that enable customers to order the highly allocated, hard-to-find wines for home delivery. The “Rabbit Recommends” emails have featured cult classics Screaming Eagle and Opus One as well as Boisset wines including 1881 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon and JCB No. 21 Crémant de Bourgogne. To receive these emails, please sign up for the mailing list at the bottom of the Oakville Grocery website. Another way to stay connected to the newest Boisset property is to view the video series featuring Wine Director Walter Hamlin talking about our wide-ranging wine offerings at Oakville Wine Merchant.
As a reminder, Oakville Grocery in Oakville and Healdsburg as well as Atelier Fine Foods in Yountville are offering convenient curbside pick-up and a 15% discount for locals. In addition, the Oakville location is offering local delivery and Atelier is now offering a selection of Boisset Collection wines. Menus are available online at www.atelierfinefoods.com and www.oakvillegrocery.com and shoppers can call in advance to place an order that will be brought to the car when they arrive. In addition, the stores are open for guests to browse the wide selections and take home both prepared and packaged foods. Customers can also save 15% on online purchases with the code FAMILY15.
- Shipping promotion and 40% off selected wines: my.boissetcollection.com with the code SPRINGCLEAN
- Online spring sale: direct link
- Curbside wine pick-up appointments: Raymond, Buena Vista, DeLoach
- Daily Virtual Happy Hours on Facebook Live: watch here
- CellarPass TV show on Thursday, March 26 from 6 to 7 p.m.: register here
- Saturday Happy Hours on Facebook: link here
- Atelier Fine Foods, 6505 Washington Street, Yountville, 707.934.8237, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday through Sunday
- Oakville Grocery, 7856 St. Helena Highway, Oakville, 707.944.8802, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily
- Oakville Grocery, 124 Matheson Street, Healdsburg, 707.433.3200, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., daily
ABOUT BOISSET COLLECTION
Boisset Collection is a family-owned collection of historic and unique properties bound together by a common cause: authentic, terroir-driven wines and luxury goods in harmony with their history, their future and the land and people essential to their existence. With more than twenty-five historical and prestigious wineries and tasting salons in the world’s preeminent terroirs, including the Côte d’Or, Beaujolais, Rhône Valley, California’s Russian River Valley and the Napa Valley, each house retains its unique history, identity and style, and all are united in the pursuit of fine wines expressive of their terroir. Boisset Collection has also branched out beyond wine to offer luxury goods including jewelry, perfume and home accessories of its own design and from partnerships with historic companies such as Baccarat, Lalique, Christofle and Bernardaud. To learn more about the Boisset Collection, visit www.boissetcollection.com.
ABOUT ATELIER FINE FOODS
Atelier Fine Foods is a gourmet épicerie in the JCB Village in Yountville that offers a curated assortment of delicacies in an elegantly presented collection of products sourced locally in Napa and Sonoma alongside discoveries from the best international producers from France, Italy, Spain and more. The array includes cheese, charcuterie, spices, mustards, honey, olive oil and vinegar, smoked salmon, caviar, anchovies, truffles, foie gras, terrines, charcuterie, chocolate, specialty teas and coffees.
ABOUT OAKVILLE GROCERY
Oakville Grocery, with locations in Oakville and Healdsburg, joined Boisset Collection in January 2019. It has become a destination for local, sustainable, organic and Biodynamic foods as well as a robust collection of wines from hundreds of producers in Napa Valley and Sonoma County. The Oakville location has been operating nearly 150 years and is the oldest continually operating grocery store in California; it is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.