Arista Wine Cellars
320 5th Avenue South
Edmonds, WA 98020 [MAP]
425-771-7009 or
1-866-430-WINE (9463)
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Events 
 

 "Crus by Constance" - Saturday, 13JAN, 1:00-4:30pm

13-Jan-2018 Join us as our very own Constance Beroth shares "Staff Selections" featuring wines from France and Spain. In additi..Read More...

 "Sammy's Selections" - Saturday, 20JAN, 1-4:30 pm

20-Jan-2018 Our "Staff Favorites" series continues with our very own Phil (aka 'Sammy') Massey as he chooses some of his favorit..Read More...

 Lobo Hills w/ Winemaker Tony Dollar - Saturday, 27JAN 1:00-4:30pm

27-Jan-2018 Join us on Saturday the 27th as we welcome back one of Arista's favorite winemakers: Tony Dollar of Lobo Hills. Ton..Read More...

 Marchesi di Gresi - Friday, 02FEB, 5-7:00pm

02-Feb-2018 Join us for this special Friday evening tasting of Italian wines from producer Marchesi di Gresi. Come and discover..Read More...



Open Every Day:
Sunday 12pm - 5pm
Mon - Fri 10am - 7pm
Thursday 10am - 8pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm

Gifts & Accessories...

Featured Items:

Vinturi Wine Aerator

Vinturi Wine Aerator

Simply hold vinturi over a glass and pour wine through. Vinturi draws in and mixes the proper amount of air for the right amount of time, allowing your wine to breathe instantly. You'll notice a better bouquet, enhanced flavors and smoother finish.

It's that fast. It's that easy.


Riedel Glassware

Professor Claus J. Riedel was the first designer to recognize that the bouquet, taste, balance and finish of wines are affected by the shape of the glass from which they are drunk.

Fifty years ago he began his pioneering work to create stemware that would match and complement different wines and spirits. In the late 1950s, Riedel started to produce glasses which at that time were a design revolution. Thin-blown, unadorned, reducing the design to its essence: Bowl, stem, base.

Working with experienced tasters, Riedel discovered that wine enjoyed from his glasses showed more depth and better balance than when served in other glasses. Claus J. Riedel laid the groundwork for stemware which was functional as well as beautiful, and made according to the Bauhaus design principle: form follows function.