The new bottle shop and café recently opened on Lombardy Street in a previous hair salon.Owner Megan Hopkins relocated to Richmond from New York City during the pandemic and is passionate about very little intervention and natural wines.Browse bottles with distinctive labels in the
cozy atmosphere featuring exposed brick and a distinctive abstract acrylic, oil and charcoal painting by Olivia Wilson, who is also an accomplished pastry chef( previously of Brenner Pass). Or, sidle approximately among the tables and delight in a glass of white wine internal along with light bites, such as like fish dip, cheeses, charcuterie and cakes baked by Wilson.Reservations are accepted through text or phone for the 700-square-foot space, but one table is
always kept offered for walk-ins. Likewise, keep your eye out for special white wine tastings and dinners that are already taking place.Celladora Wines will likewise be hosting a series of upcoming pop-ups: Feb. 27-Oro: The multi-regional Italian-inspired pop-up from Laine Myers will be featuring a seasonal menu with hits like tortellini in brodo. https://ororva.square.site/Feb. 28 – LundiGras: A pop-up by Kathryn Schmitz and Danny McDermott will commemorate New Orleans and the end of Carnival season with veg-forward Louisiane-inspired meals and special drink selections from 5 to 9 p.m.March 7-Cheese and red wine pairing event with cheesemonger Sara Aducci Megan Marconyak has actually been enthusiastically feasting on every fresh flavor she can discover and recording it in composing for over 15 years. Drool along with her dining adventures and send her your #RVADine pointers on Instagram @MeganMarcoStyle.