About Us

Cravin' WinesImagine… all grapevines are believed to come from Turkey.  That means every time you enjoy a bottle of wine you are sharing an historic moment.

Cravin’ Wine wants to bring you the story behind the sip. The grapes that were pressed and carefully aged at small estates around the world are treasures.  They have grown on hillsides and valleys; they have been harvested by hand, and selectively pressed at their peak to provide you with a taste of Tuscany, Provence, Madrid, or Down Under.

We love the adventure of finding a new vineyard and a small batch wine production that tells a wonderful story. We’ve found that when you understand the history of wine you pay closer attention to your place in the world. We want to be conscientious consumers and focus on ways to reuse and re-purpose things; to support growers and vintners who are organic, bio-dynamic, and bio-diverse; and to share the stories and history of each wine.

We seek small estates from around the world that grow their own grapes, press, age, and bottle their own wine; farm to table so to speak.  Come with us on this journey to explore the expansive world of wine, one sip at a time.

Reviews:

Best place in the area for wine. A great variety, great prices and great people who run it. There is nothing in the area that compares.Krystal Rose (Google Local Guide)

Thank you for your help. The next time I decide to send more champagne to my friends, I’ll be sure to contact you. And you got me a little discount – lovely.

Again, thanks.

Mary from Illinois

 

The staff always go over and above for their customers. They only had two bottles left of a wine we like and they pulled them for us until we could get them. Its all the little things that make a difference.
Mary Wright

Craven wine specializes in wines you can’t buy just anywhere from regions all over the world. Amy, Joel, and Audrey make you feel welcome every time! Never buy grocery store wine again!!!

Again, thanks.

Christie Jahn
Another fantastic wine tasting. Great hors d’oeuvres too.Thank you Amy.
Gilbert Stroud