The main benefit for consumers is freshness. In a standard wine-by-the glass program, restaurants often keep an opened bottle around for hours or days, increasing the threat of oxidation.

By taking the bottle out of the equation, you also eliminate concerns about bottle variation, bottle shock and faulty corks.

Kegs also cut down on waste and costs. Bottles, corks, cartons, labels and capsules can add up to $2 to $3 per bottle. Kegs are reusable, which is more environmentally friendly than glass recycling.

Breakage is not a concern, and kegs take up less space than cases of wine—a typical keg holds the equivalent of 26 bottles.

Streamlined Service – no corks to pull, not bottles to stock, inventory or recycle – Wine service just got a whole lot more efficient.

So the next time you’re out and ask “What’s on tap?” … don’t be surprised if you hear one of your favorite wine varietals!

Here are some of our keg selections ….

Chateau St Jean Chardonnay
El Rede Malbec
Elki Wines Sauvignon Blanc
Gazerra Pinot Grigio
Gotham Project Finger Lakes Riesling
Gotham Project Gruner Veltliner Baumgartner
Gotham Project Nero d’Avola Gazerra
Gotham Project Pacific Standard Cabernet
Gotham Project Sauvignon Blanc Tara Rua
Gotham Project Toscana Sangiovese Del Buono
MacMurray Estate Central Coast Pinot Noir
Monvin Chardonnay
Monvin Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon
Monvin Pinot Grigio
Monvin Sangiovese
Pacific Standard Chardonnay
Pacific Standard Santa Barbara Pinot Noir
Zardetto Private Cuvee Brut Vino Spumante