Bruning’s Wine Cellar has recently moved to a new location and they are better than ever! From the exclusive and exotic wine and beer selection to private events and parties, Bruning’s can offer you and your friends an experience that is one-of-a-kind.
Bruning’s started out as clock repair shop, which soon transformed into a clock retail shop. When clockmakers began manufacturing wine cabinets and bars as well as clocks, Bruning’s wasted no time in updating their stock. Customers responded well to the new selections of wine accessories, but they wanted a little something more.
“People would jokingly ask, ‘Now are you going to help me fill it up?’” said Dan Craven, the manager of Bruning’s Wine Cellar. Craven refers to himself as the “wine and beer dude” and was happy to take on that challenge. So Bruning’s opened their Wine Cellar shortly after the introduction of wine accessories, in order to give local residents a nearby place to buy “stuff you can’t get in grocery stores.”
Bruning’s Wine Cellar focuses largely on wines that are cannot be easily found in other places and come from family-owned wineries. They keep the same thought process when it comes to their beer selection, offering many beers from Europe that cannot be found at your local Kroger.
“Our niche is small, family-owned, boutique-y wineries,” said Craven.
Bruning’s Wine Cellar offers wine tastings twice a week, with an updated menu every Wednesday. Customers can typically taste 4-6 wines for $10-$20, depending on the types of wine are being offered.
“The goal of tasting is to get people to buy something new,” said Craven.
Tastings are very casual and do not require a reservation or a pre-sold ticket. They are held every Wednesday from 5-8 p.m. and every Saturday from 2-5 p.m. All wine and beer is sold at the state minimum, with a 10% discount on all cases of wine. Free delivery is available on cases of wine within a 10 mile radius.
This Saturday, Bruning’s will be offering wines from France, Spain, and Germany for $12. For more information on wine tastings and menus, or if you are interested in scheduling a private wine-tasting party, visit their website.
Bruning’s recently made their move from North Fairfield Road to 2476 Commons Boulevard in Beavercreek. They plan on celebrating this new location and kicking off the holiday season by hosting their first annual Grand Opening and Holiday Party!
On Friday, December 2nd, Bruning’s Wine Cellar will be holding their First Annual Grand Opening/Holiday Party at 8:30 p.m. Catering will be provided by Wellington Grill and three different distributors will be offering tastings of 20-25 wines. Tickets are all inclusive and cost $50. Be sure to come out and welcome Bruning’s to their new home! For tickets or more information, stop into the store or call 937-426-4950.