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Welcome to Bookshelf Wines Virtual Tasting Room and Store

Please read this important information first:

It will help you in your online wine shopping journey!

Ordering wine online doesn't have to be complicated or expensive but shipping wine to you can be both due to various state regulations. If you don't see your state listed as one to which we can ship wines, don't worry.  We have a few other options for shipping wine to most other states.  Give us a call or text, or email us and we'll work out the details. 

Local or visiting the El Dorado County area?  Save shipping fees and pick up your wine! Order online and select Pick Up Wine option.

Call or text us (530) 400-7654 or email us at bookshelfwines2@gmail.com.  We want to talk to you!

Our Short Story

What's in a name...Bookshelf Wines? 

Books and reading have been important to us personally and professionally through our careers.  When choosing a name for our winery, we chose to honor this importance by combining two passions, our love of wine and winemaking and our love of learning or reading for pleasure.  

We are Niles and Sheila Fleege.  Read more About Us.  Follow our Blog.  Come to our Events.  Check out our Book Reviews. 

Join Bookshelf Wines as we journey to far off lands through hilly, chilling adventures…

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From The Blog

  • The Holidays are Coming...
    The Holidays are Coming...

    Stock Your Cellar for the Holidays

    Yes, 2020 is coming to an end! We know you will be celebrating close to home. Take advantage of our virtual Stock Your Cellar Specials that we are continuing through November and December. 

    Give Bookshelf Wines as gifts, or enjoy with family and friends at holiday dinners. 

    We are offering free shipping on cases through the holidays.  This special is not available online.  Call or text us (530) 400-7654 or email us on the Contact Us tab or send an email to bookshelfwines2@gmail.com.  

    Don't forget to follow us on facebook.  We feature specials, food and wine pairing suggestions, and book reviews!  Send us your suggestions!

    Want to taste before you buy?  Contact us to set up your appointment on Nov. 14.  

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  • Stock Your Cellar
    Stock Your Cellar

    Stock Your Cellar with Bookshelf Wines 2020

    Virtual event to Stock Your Cellar in 2020. We are starting early to get Bookshelf Wines in your cellar before the holidays.

    Here are the specifics:

    Want to taste before your buy?  Contact us by text or phone (530) 400-7654 and we will arrange a private tasting.

    Already know our wines and want to purchase? Contact us by text or phone (530) 400-7654 or email us and we will work out details. Or, click the Shop Wines tab above to read wine descriptors, browse, or shop.

    We are offering Free Shipping on case purchases!  If you want to purchase less than a case, select the pick up option to save big on shipping charges.  We will work out the details with you.

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  • Sip and Nosh While We Wait...
    Sip and Nosh While We Wait...

    While we wait for harvest...

    Please contact us for your spot at one of our Saturday Afternoon Sip and Nosh Events.  We are taking the first 8 reservations for informal sipping and noshing from 4-6 Saturdays through fall.  Call or text (530) 400-7654, email bookshelfwines2@gmail.com, or use the contact form tab on this website.  Don't miss out to enjoy a lovely late afternoon with us.  Bring friends...we love meeting new people, visiting with friends, and introducing all to Bookshelf Wines.

    In the meantime...we wait for harvest.  Always a fun and exciting time and always different.  The suspense builds; when will the grapes hit the peak of perfection with perfectly balanced sugar and acid?  It's always hard to predict and this year has presented some unique challenges. The smoke and ash that lingered in the air through most of September blocked needed sunlight for ripening. We've seen uneven ripening and usually early varietals are

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