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Craft Cellars is a wine distributor operating in Rhode Island and Massachusetts that specializes in sourcing and distributing small production, artisanally made wines to retailers and restaurants. With a focus on quality and a passion for unique and distinctive wines, Craft Cellars offers a carefully curated selection of bottles that are handpicked from boutique wineries around the world. Our team of experienced wine professionals works closely with retailers and restaurant owners to provide personalized service and expert advice, ensuring that customers have access to the best possible selection of wines to suit their needs.

Craft Cellars is part of the Craft Collective family of distributors. Craft Collective provides Craft Cellars with state-of-the-art temperature-controlled storage and shipping capabilities for their inventory. With the support of Craft Collective, Craft Cellars is able to provide exceptional service to our customers, ensuring that our carefully curated selection of wines is always delivered with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Want to learn more? Contact the Craft Cellars team at [email protected].


Anchor & Hope is a small craft winery located in Rumford, Rhode Island that collaborates with small family farms in Germany, California, Oregon, Rhode Island and New York to grow grapes and make incredible wines. They focus on lesser known, under marketed wine regions that are up-and-coming and producing great fruit. Their mission is to offer high quality, hand crafted and sustainably produced wines to the local market at an affordable price.

All of Anchor & Hope's wines are from a single origin, farmed sustainably/organically (and biodynamically in some cases), and made using minimal intervention practices. They are elegant, food friendly, easy drinking and best enjoyed with friends and loved ones.

Available in Massachusetts + Rhode Island


Glassmaker is Jonathan Walton's personal wine project which he does alongside being the winemaker behind Subject to Change. Jonathan has previous winemaking experience from Brooklyn Oenology, Martinelli, Huia, and Failla. He launched Glassmaker Wine Company in 2015 to bring his vision of winemaking to life. Glassmaker reflects Jonathan's deep-seated passion for farming and winemaking along with his family’s history of farming from Iowa to California. The name Glassmaker pays homage to Jonathan's mother Phyllis and her family name, reflecting their history as farmers. With this background his pride in putting food on tables runs deep and, after years of working with organic foods, fine cheese, and wines from around the world, Jonathan found his calling in the vineyards of Sonoma, Marlborough, Lodi, Contra Costa, and Monterey.

Available in Massachusetts + Rhode Island


Noel and Barrie, with backgrounds in hospitality, started Purity Wine in 2013 to pursue their passion for wine and farming. Purity is the lodestar of the winery project, but like perfection, it’s something understood as a neverending work in progress. This yields a practice of natural winemaking, using natural yeasts and minimal sulfur and working with farmers who believe deeply in organics. Sourcing grapes from across Northern California; they have blended grapes, vintages, and geographies to create unique and interesting wines.

Available in Massachusetts + Rhode Island


Subject to Change Wine Co. (STC) was founded in 2017 by Alex Pomerantz, inspired by a love for California's agricultural landscape, natural wine, and the people and experiences involved. With a growing team, including Jonathan Walton, Kelsey Freeman, Natalia Kaminski, and Dominique Henderson, STC focuses on single vineyard expressions made from organic and biodynamic fruit with energy and transparency and on providing a healthy and respectful working environment including living wages and healthcare. 

Mostly though they just love making wine and love sharing their wine and their excitement with others.

Available in Rhode Island


Zumo Wine, which gets its name from the Spanish word for "juice," is the wine project of Diego Luis Perez, formerly of cult Providence restaurant Flan y Ajo. Diego sources fruit primarily from the Sierra Foothills and Contra Costa County to make small-batch wines with no added yeast, malolactic bacteria, clarifiers, stabilizers, acid, sulfites, velcorin, or other additives. The wines are fermented naturally in open-top fermenters and finished in either neutral oak or tank. Bottled while still naturally alive, the wines are fresh and tingly, perfect for sharing with friends and family.

Available in Massachusetts + Rhode Island