Bacchus Wine Made Simple, the locally owned wine store and bar at Kierland Commons specializing in small boutique wines from around the world, is closing its doors on Friday, September 30, after ten years in the business.
"We say this with a heavy heart as we must close our doors as our lease is up and will not be renewed," says Bacchus' website. "We want you all to know that you have been the most amazing customers. You really are a part of our family."
Before the doors close, Bacchus is selling everything at 25% off which includes special order wines by the case. Bacchus also plans on seeing through its last three tasting events on Wednesdays. For information, go here.
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