The Basque Market specializes in wines from the Basque Country, Spain, France, and Portugal. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you find the perfect wine for entertaining or just relaxing. On this page we keep you updated on ourĀ Monthly Featured Wines, new inventory, and events. We’re glad to offer an insight into the flavorful and aromatic world of Iberian Peninsula wines!

Stock Your Cellar Event

Is your wine cellar looking a little empty due to those long summer nights? If so, join us for our Stock Your Cellar Event! Our tasting is always fun and informative because we sample wines from around the world, not just the Iberian Peninsula. You will taste several wines throughout the night and also get a little lesson about each wine. Tasting is accompanied by light tapas. At the end of the night save 10% off the featured wines!

Featured Wine Region of April 2018

All wines from Navarra are 10% Off!


Do you like white, rose or red wines? Luckily for you, Navarra can offer all three types of wines in a multiplicity of styles thanks to their divers “terroir”.


Tucked below France, into a series of rugged v alleys emanating southward from the mountainous tip of north-central Spain, the vineyards of Navarra spill out across verdant foothills fed by the Atlantic rains before descending rapidly downriver into Spain’s vast, arid Ebro basin — a total distance, north-to-south, of a mere 80 kilometers.

Once primarily known for its Garnacha-based rosados, D.O. Navarra began allowing French varieties in the 1980’s — most notable Chardonnay, Merlot, and Cabernet Sauvignon — a remarkable discovery of terroir-varietal suitability that would eventually impress even the most skeptical of varietal purists and usher the D.O. into a new phase of its evolution as a producer of fine wine.

Today’s Navarra is both innovative and respectful of tradition – its evolution and unique place in the world translating into a stunning multiplicity of styles to offer to the consumer.

*Crisp, mineral-driven whites

*Rich, aromatic whites

*Red berry-laced rosados

*Soft, earthy/aromatic reds

*Structured, spicy/herbal reds

*Concentrated, explosively mineral old-vine reds

*Lively, golden-hued dessert wines