Old Town Market carries over eight-hundred different varietals from all over the world including fine champagnes, ports and chilled wines. Shop the largest collection of local wine on the Central Coast with over one hundred local wineries including Rancho Sisquoc, Cambria, Byron, Edna Valley, Qupe, Longoria, Kenneth Volk and Bridlewood. We also specialize in hard to find boutique wineries such as cNagy, William James, Sobriquet and Flying Goat. Check out our selection of Fine Wine
Sample your favorite wine or even meet the winemaker at our Saturday evening wine tastings, every Saturday night from 5:00 to 8:30 pm.
Check out our Upcoming Tasting Events at Steller’s Cellar in Old Town Market
Looking for that perfect mix of six very low production local wines at a great price?! We are super excited to offer this tasty assortment of Steller wines which we will mix up twice a year. As an added bonus, you also receive some nice “perks” with membership. With your purchase comes two free tastings to our Steller Cellar Saturday Night pours, as well as tasting coupons from participating wineries. Take advantage of this great opportunity to Join our Wine Club!
Steller’s Cellar is the name affectionately given to our wine room by many of our supportive wine shoppers. Steller is the last name of owners Mark and Wendy, so Steller’s Cellar is quite appropriate and catching. To brag about it a little, our wine selection is easily the largest for over a hundred miles with attractive pricing and a Steller local selection. Take a moment to perouse these wineries, explore the hyperlinks, read Mark’s personal favorite and compare our pricing …… Local Wineries
This page is simply set up to answer some of the everyday wine questions that come up frequently like, “What do the names of wine signify, what do they taste like, what tastes good with it or how much should I expect to pay for a decent bottle”? Price often signifies quality, but that is not always the case, because wine is a very subjective commodity; what tastes great to one person may not taste so great to another. Once you determine what your palate likes, it’s easier to choose a wine that best fits your needs and your budget. Hopefully this information proves helpful, so please read on for more info on Wine for Novices