We are Hitting the Pause Button

Monday, July 20th, 2020
Dear City Winery Patrons,

In light of current challenging conditions and in the interest of public safety, we have temporarily paused our operations at City Winery Washington DC.

The length of the temporary closure is unclear at this time, but we are optimistic that it will only last a short while. Ultimately, that timing will be dictated by uncontrollable factors that we are hopeful will work in our favor sooner than later.

This decision is not one that we took lightly, and one that has been made in order to preserve the continued existence of City Winery. I believe we will return stronger than ever to serving you, our incredible guests, putting on concerts, hosting private parties, and supporting our amazing team members, but for now, we are truly in survival mode.

Although this process has been more painful to endure than we initially thought, we will get through this.

In the meantime, take care of yourselves and your communities, and if you are able, please consider supporting City Winery by:

We will continue to communicate with you on our efforts throughout this pause, and we look forward to sharing hopeful news of safely reopening soon.

Michael Dorf
Founder & CEO, City Winery

*All wine orders will ship from City Winery Hudson Valley during this temporary pause.

Additional Information

Concert Tickets:

Click here to view information about programming postponements and cancellations. Our local concierge teams will contact all affected ticket holders with their available ticket options. Thank you for your patience.

Private Events:

Throughout this pause, we are still accepting event inquiries, and we are here to help you plan life’s special moments - safely. Our team is available to talk through the latest trends in private events - please contact us at eventsdc@citywinery.com

Wine Club Members:

Our local concierge team will contact all Pickup members directly to help you obtain your wine during our temporary operational pause. All wine club shipments will proceed normally.