About Park Street Wine Cellars
Park Street Wine Cellars is the brainchild of Certified Sommelier, Wine Industry Guru and all around man of the vine Christopher Massie. With more than 35 years’ experience in the wine industry, he has stocked the store with direct imports from France and Italy. These selections include a bevy of fine Bordeaux in price ranges from $15 to $50 from regions such as Fronsac, Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux, Cadillac Cotes de Bordeaux, Montagne St. Emilion, Medoc, Bordeaux Superieur, Haut Medoc, Francs Cote de Bordeaux, Saint Emilion, Saint Estephe, Saint Julien, Pomerol and more. Other regions we focus on include the Rhone Valley with regions such as Cote du Rhone, Languedoc, Vacqueyras, Rasteau, Gigondas, Chateauneuf-du-pape, Tavel, St. Joseph, Cornas, and Crozes Hermitage. We also cover multiple appellations in Burgundy both red and white and all the major appellations in Italy from Piedmonte to Tuscany and Mt. Etna to Amarone.
Park Street Wine Cellars is a throwback to Christopher’s days working retail for some of the great family-owned stores of the 1980s. A time where folks knew their wine merchant by name, when their merchant knew THEM by name and when there was a familial sense to every transaction. “Hey Todd, I restocked your favorite Cabernet.” Making Todd smile (he’s never been treated this way anywhere in town). “Hello Christie, that Chardonnay you love is on sale this week.” Christie beams! You almost feel like you’ve been transported to another era…
The wines? Yeah, they’re as honest and delicious as they are well priced. We pride ourselves on hand selecting only the finest. Christopher’s selection criteria keep the suppliers honest. Thirty five years in the biz, he’s seen it all! And finally, everything you need to know about what’s in every bottle we pride ourselves on is right there in our promise to you:
“Park Street Wine Cellars is dedicated to the discovery and enjoyment of the world’s most unique and affordable biodynamic, organic, environmentally sustainable and eco-friendly wines.”