Welcome!

Assorted Table Wine Shoppe is proud to offer an increasing selection of quality, unique fine wines ranging from $5 to over $1000. In addition to our wine collection, we offer a comprehensive selection of craft beer, sakes, vermouths, cocktail bitters, mixers, extra virgin olive oil, and more.

We invite you to visit us at the 7th Street Public Market to pick up a bottle of wine, or enjoy one here at the market with lunch or dinner. Looking for something in particular? If we don’t carry it, we will happily research it and bring it in for you! Discounts are available for 6 and 12 bottle purchases.

We are open 7 days a week. 90 minutes of free parking is available in the 7th Street Station Garage with a ticket validation inside the market.

See you soon!

Weekly Highlights!

Every Sunday! - Kick off your Sunday Brunch with us! $6 Mimosas and Bellinis! From 10am-5pm!

Every Tuesday! - Tuesday Night Wine Flight! $5 (+tx) gets you a taste of five wines, some tasty bites, a $5 ATWS gift card, PLUS 10% off bottles of the evening's featured selections! Just stop in anytime between 5pm-7pm!

Every Other Wednesday! - Wine and Cheese Class! We team up with our friends at Orrman's Cheese Shop! Taste a variety of cheeses and wines, sourced both locally and from around the world - along with some indepth knowledge. Must reserve in advance.

The ellen cherry Experience - April 19

Once again, we are excited to bring Emmy nominated singer/songwriter ellen cherry back to the Queen City with a night of music, food, and wine. Join us in the Executive Dining Room on the 42nd Floor of One Wells Fargo Center in Uptown Charlotte for a truly unique and fun evening. Click here for details.

Star Wars vs Star Trek Dinner - May 4

Join us as we salute Star Wars and Star Trek with an evening celebrating our favorite movie franchises with great wine, great food, Star Wars / Star Trek trivia .. and yes COSTUMES! Click here for details.

Wine - Food - Comics 2018 - June 14

Join us for a five-course dinner with wine pairings as Janet Lee discusses her work, her process, probably her cats, and the fact that she "may or may not have been raised by gypsies in the Black Forest." Click here for details.