This week’s wine is Castaño Hécula Monastrell. It earned a 90 point rating from Steven Tanzer, and has an intense cherry red color with an elegant fruity expression of plum, fig and red berries. It is soft and silky on the palate, embodying smooth, ripe tannins and a long, pleasant finish.Read More
on Apr 15, 2015 in Home Widgets |
Narwhal Imperial Stout
A malt-forward monster, highlighting the depths of malt flavor.
What Customers Have to Say:
Now, I am a Weinhaus regular since I work on Wall St, we visit them for wine-thirty at least once a week. But seriously, Weinhaus saved my tail this weekend! I was hosting a baby shower on Sunday and I had planned on picking up wine glasses from a competitor, but they had already closed by the time I got off work to pick them up. We called Weinhaus and they got me 50 something wine and champagne glasses that evening! I was so relieved! Great prices, friendly staff and the perfect locat… Read more
Hanna S. - Asheville - Yelp
Five star all the way! The Weinhaus knows what they are doing. Just finished our daughter’swedding and the Weinhaus calculated how much beer and wine we would need for 140 people. We had 1 bottle of wine left and that was it (PERFECT)! They are very professional, knowledgeable, courteous, and friendly. To beat it all, they also have the best selection of beer and wine and best prices too! You won’t be sorry if you use them. Ask for Hunt, he is fantastic to work with. Herb and Marie
Herb Pomfrey – Father of the Bride
Reviewed November 12, 2014Our son and his new bride were married in Asheville in September 2014. It was a destination wedding so we hosted a Welcome Party for 125 guests at the Capital Club the night before the ceremony. The Weinhaus provided all of our beer and wine, including delivering it up to the venue the day of the party. Hunt was so great to work with–he provided great wine suggestions based on our planned menu and the wines got excellent review… Read more
Jim H - Decactur, Indiana - Trip Advisor
I don’t normally drink wine. But when I do, I buy my wine from the Weinhaus!
Most Interesting Man
The Weinhaus has existed since the late 1970s. So it is the oldest wine shop in Asheville. It is also the newest, having been completely renovated in 2013! Besides a great selection of wines, including older Burgundy and Bordeaux vintages, the place now has a bar (The Cork and Keg) and a Cheese Shop. The bar features quite a few draft beers, and wines by the glass and bottle. Once or twice a week there is live music.
Gary N. - Trip Advisor
1/3/2015 Great beer selection. Friendly staff. Great local business.
Andrew - Yelp
Reviewed July 7, 2013I am glad we stumbled across this place as we were exploring Asheville. Live music and lots of tourists left the streets blaring. This place was a haven where we could actually find a table and hear ourselves talk. Our server/bartender was very friendly and knowledgeable. Our next trip we plan to come here first to buy our beverages for our room/cabin instead of packing them from home in Durham.
LangtoNic - Atlanta - Trip Advisor