9 local spots to get wine + charcuterie for your Galentine’s celebrations in Birmingham

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Galentine's Guide
It’s *almost* too beautiful to eat. Photo via Petal & Platter

You may not be able to gather with your gals this Galentine’s Day, but that doesn’t mean the festivities are off. A good bottle of wine and a carefully crafted charcuterie board are a must for the occasion, no matter how you’re celebrating. Here are 9 local spots to get yours.

Charcuterie 🧀

1. Brie’Ham Grazing Co.

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This is what dreams are made of. Photo via Brie’Ham Grazing Co.

Brie’Ham Grazing Co. creates some of the most gorgeous grazing boxes around. And they still have some availability for their “Brie’Mine Box” for Valentine’s Day. They offer delivery to Trussville and outside of Trussville depending on your location for a small delivery.

Note: They require 1-week notice on orders and you can DM them on Instagram to place yours.

2. Petal & Platter

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We’ll take 5. Photo via Petal & Platter

Every charcuterie assortment from Petal & Platter is like a work of art. And their Happy Hour box is guaranteed to give your gals heart eyes. Bonus! They offer delivery for Bluff Park residents.

Note: They require 5 days notice for orders and you can DM them on Instagram to inquire about yours.

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3. Brie Mine

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Snacks on snacks. Photo via Brie Mine

Brie Mine has all sorts of charcuterie options including a Valentine’s Day and Smores Box. Their prices range from $25-$180, and they offer pick-up in Hoover or delivery with a distance-based fee within 15 miles of Birmingham.

Note: All orders require a minimum of 2 days notice in advance.

4. Savor Style

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Heart shaped everything is a Galentine’s Day must. Photo via Savor Style

Savor Style’s Savor at Home Valentines Box ($135) is giving us googly eyes. It includes a mini graze board crafted by Magic City Woodworks, a Blush Heart Dish with 22k gold luster edge by Susan Gordon Pottery, heart-shaped crackers, salami, jam, truffles and so much more.

Note: All items are non-perishable, so the gift can be shipped anywhere in the U.S., but they only have a limited amount left. Place your order now via their site below.

5. Feast & Fête

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Crushing on these colors. Photo via Feast & Fête

If you’re looking for a carefully curated charcuterie board, follow Feast & Fête. Crafted by Asha Gangolli and Mallory Yates, their spreads are drool-worthy. DM them on Instagram to place your order.


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Wine 🍷

6. Golden Age Wine

Golden Age Wine located in Mountain Brook Village offers a wide variety of wines from all over the world. They feature wines grown sustainably from vineyards with organic or biodynamic farming practices.

Browse their selection online and order for curbside pickup.

7. The Pig

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No champagne problems here. Photo via Beth Cunningham for Bham Now

We’re big fans of The Pig’s wine selection. They have 12 wine experts located across their 6 Birmingham locations who can help you find the perfect bottle for your Galentine’s gathering.

8. LeNell’s Beverage Boutique

If you want a unique bottle of wine, LeNell’s Beverage Boutique is the place to go. Located in Norwood, they offer a great selection of organic wines you need to try. We’ve got our eye on the Bitch Bubbly Rosé.

P.S. Make sure to follow them on social to stay updated on their upcoming tastings. They have one this Sunday, Feb. 14th featuring Love Drunk Rosé from African American winemaker, Andre Mack, and more in the following weeks.

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9. Red or White

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Love to see this lineup. Photo via Matthew Niblett for Bham Now

New to the Forest Park neighborhood, Red or White features an array of wines from smaller wineries that you might not find at the grocery store. For Valentine’s Day, you can even build your own wine bouquet which would make the perfect gift for your Galentine.


Know of more local spots to grab a bottle or board for your gals? Send it our way on social at @BhamNow on Facebook and Instagram, or @Now_Bham on Twitter.


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