About Savannah Wine Cellar
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The doors of Savannah Wine Cellar were opened with two main goals in mind: 1) provide the Coastal Empire with an outstanding retail wine shop that would appeal to both novice and seasoned wine drinkers; 2) offer a relaxed atmosphere where people could taste and learn about wine --- wine varietals, wine vintages, wine regions, and winemakers.
Many hours were spent discussing what key ingredient was missing from the current Savannah wine market. Beyond the basics; selection, price, knowledgeable staff and great service the question became: What service could Savannah Wine Cellar offer that would set us apart? After discovering the temperature controlled, self-serve WineStations® by Napa Technology, the answer was obvious. Savannah Wine Cellar would marry old-world charm to new-world technology!
Napa Technology WineStation®
By offering on demand wine tasting technology, consumers have the ability to taste before they buy and to try new wines at their own pace. Currently, Savannah Wine Cellar has 10 WineStations that feature 40 wines from around the world. Reds, Whites, and Cellar Selects, the options to taste are always changing!
Come by the shop any time to try our wines or browse our selection right here on our website! Order online in advance, and we'll have your wine ready for in-store pickup!
Mike Jaeger - Managing partner
Mike and his business partners founded Savannah Wine Cellar. He and his wife Linda -- also a Cellar business partner -- are active members of a wine club in the Southbrudge community.
Stan Ray - Cellar Team Member
Stan bio here
Bridget Michalski - Cellar team member
Bridget Michalski’s love of food and wine was first ignited when she worked in several restaurants ranging from casual to fine dining while studying at Rutgers University. After graduating with a degree in Finance, she began a promising career in the mortgage industry but soon realized working in a cubicle was not for her.
Tim Rutherford - Cellar team member
Tim Rutherford grew up in rural Kentucky – then left home to pursue more than three decades as a photojournalist and newsman. A ground-breaking meal in New Orleans in 1979 set him on a path exploring food and wine. Six years ago he changed career paths – now spending his time writing about the people and places that make food and wine special. In his spare time, he teaches cooking and consults in the food and beverage industry on food safety, menu development and event marketing.