Wine and Beer

We have an awesome self-serving Wine Emotion wine dispensing machine. It perfectly preserves 4 bottles of red and chlls 4 bottles of white. You can purchase a wine card and select whatever size of wine you would like to merely sample before purchasing a bottle or enjoy a glass or two with friends and family. We offer free wi-fi, feel free to bring your electronics and sit and drink. We have a variety of bottles of wine for you to select from many of which are organic and/or No Added Sulfites. We also sell Chilled Beer, Gluten Free Ciders, and Gluten Free IPA with your chilled mug. Our selection varies week to week to simply keep things diverse and interesting.

Do you ever get headaches from drinking wine and said to yourself “I can’t drink wine!”? Maybe it’s not the wine but all the added chemicals in the wine not to mention all the pesticides, dyes and sugar!

Did you know not all wine is vegan? Some wine producers use fish bladders, casein, eggs and gelatin as preservatives to help with fermentation. (Gross!)

You can get Certified Clean Wine shipped directly to your doorstep by click on this link and shopping in our online wine store.

Scoutandcellar.com/southernolive

Our online wine store has 100% clean wine 100% of the time! Organically produced, no sugar added, no food dye and It is 100% tested and verified vegan!

What does clean-crafted mean?
The short answer: wines that are grown naturally—without the use of synthetic pesticides—and bottled consciously—without added sugars or non-organic chemicals to modify texture, flavor, color or aroma. The result is wine that is natural, delicious and provides an all-around better wine experience —just like nature intended! No synthetic pesticides and it’s even Paleo, Keto, and Diabetic Friendly.

By purchasing six bottles, you receive a 5% discount. By purchasing 12 bottles, you receive a 10% discount!

Do you ship to all 50 states?
At this time, we are unable to ship to the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Kentucky, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah and P.O. Boxes.

Can I return my online purchases and get a refund?
Exchange? Yes. Refund? No. If for any reason you are unhappy with our wines or our services, please let us know and we’ll make it right.

PRODUCT FAQs for Scout & Cellar Wines

Where are Scout & Cellar wines sourced?
That’s the beauty of this program: our wines are sourced from all over the world!

How do you verify a wine is clean-crafted?
It’s a multi-part process. First, we find the most wildly delicious wines that reflect a sense of place. Then, we work with the grower and/or producer to understand their process in the vineyard and in the cellar. Third, we verify everything with our partners. Fourth, we independently lab test the wines to confirm that there are no synthetic pesticides present in addition to any other necessary analyses if not previously confirmed or provided.

What are sulfites?
Sulfites are naturally occurring antioxidant and antibacterial compounds in grapes and are utilized to protect the wine from oxygen until it reaches your glass. Because of the slow-crafted, intentional way Scout & Cellar wines are made, they require very little sulfur additions to remain stable. Most have less than 50ppm, all must have less than 100ppm. As a point of reference, the FDA allows up to 350ppm.

What makes a wine vegan?
The reason that all wines are not vegan has to do with how the wine is clarified through a process called “fining.” All young wines are hazy and contain tiny molecules such as proteins, tartrates, tannins and phenolics. These are completely natural and not harmful. However, many wine-drinkers prefer wine to be clear and bright.
Most wines, if bottle-aged long enough, will self-stabilize and self-fine. However, producers use a variety of aids called “fining agents” to remove these haze-inducing molecules. Essentially, the fining agent acts like a magnet – attracting the molecules around it. These molecules coagulate around the fining agent, creating fewer but larger particles, which can then be more easily removed during filtration. Commonly-used fining agents include casein (a milk protein), albumin (egg whites), gelatin (animal protein), isinglass (fish bladder protein) and bentonite (clay).
These fining agents are not additives to the wine: they are filtered out along with the haze molecules. Wines fined with casein and albumin are consistent with vegetarian diets while wines fined with any of the four may be off limits for strict vegans.