Di Bruno Bros is first and foremost a specialty grocery store that has a ton of products with words like “artisanal” and “locally sourced” on the packaging. However, in addition to being the place where you pick up some $20 cheese before a dinner party, it’s also a good place to grab a few bottles of wine for your next BYOB date. The selection is certainly not as cheap as your state-sponsored liquor store, but it also isn’t dominated by screw-tops from the only “chateau” in Virginia.
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