As we are all getting used of a new normal, we would like to make life a little easier on you by inviting you to join our WINE CLUB and be a part of our Spring Release!

Join now to receive the Spring Wine Club Shipment
Hurry, the wine club is limited to 200 members only!

What about a private wine tasting experience? 

We are now scheduling Hand of God Private Wine Tastings. Covid doesn’t mean we stop sharing our wine with family, friends and colleagues.
More information and details on our events page here.



Currently, our 50/50 Sobremesa Wine Club has reached the maximum number of members but the Stolen Horse Wine Club is still open and limited to 200 members as well!

If a member drops out of Sobremesa, we make it available to Stolen Horse Club Members.

In addition if you have any questions, feel free to reach out to El Jefe, Jon.


Big News: We're now accepting Bitcoin for wines!!

Contact us for more details.



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Creating Memorable Moments 

A boutique winery from Argentina’s most highly-rated and acclaimed winemaker, Santiago Achával and Seattle Entrepreneur Jon Staenberg, formed by a shared passion for unique wines of extraordinary quality.

Join us for tasting events, wine feastials, gourmet wine paired dinners with some of the premier chefs in Seattle and San Francisco.  Please sign up for the newsletter to remain up to date with all of our events and to locate your favorite wines in your city.

If you are planning a special event or business gathering, we offer a fabulous event space in Pioneer Square, Seattle. Contact us for further details pertaining to our event servicing as well as Hand of God Wines Mobile, Corporate and Private Tastings.


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All wine is sold by Hand of God Wines.  You must be of legal drinking age to purchase wine. To find out more about responsible consumption, visit the Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility and You must be 21 years of age or older to purchase.

According to the Surgeon General, women should not drink alcoholic beverages during pregnancy because of the risk of birth defects. Consumption of alcoholic beverages impairs your ability to drive a car or operate machinery, and may cause health problems.

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