Where old world
meets new friends!

Enjoy a bottle of wine, cheese and charcuterie, and some music nestled in a secluded courtyard in the heart of downtown St Augustine.









Wine Tastings

Daily from 1-5pm



1/9: Mallory Jen @ 6-9
1/10: Jolie @ 7-10
1/11: Ivan Smith @ 2:30- 5:30
Jolie @ 7-10
1/12: Scott Oglevee @ 2:30 – 5:30
1/16: Ivan Smith@ 6-9
1/17: Jolie @ 7-10
1/18: Kyra Livingston @ 2:30-5:30
Jolie @ 7-10
1/19: Claire Vandiver @ 2:30-5:30
1/23: Mallory Jen @ 6-9
1/24: Jolie @ 7-10
1/25: Ivan Smith @ 2:30 -5:30
Jolie @ 7-10




57 Treasury Street
St Augustine FL, 32084


Sunday 1-9pm
Monday 1-9pm
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 1-9pm
Thursday 1-9pm
Friday 1-11pm
Saturday 1-11pm

Wine & Beer

Below is a sample of our wine by the glass menu. We also have one of the most extensive rotating selection of wines by the bottle available.


Cabernet Sauvignon · Syrah · Petite Verdot · Monastrell · Bordeaux · Garnacha · Pinot Noir · Merlot · Zinfandel · Malbec · Chianti · Tempranillo · Red Blends · Barbera · Sangue de Guida

Wine Flight

Before 6pm Select any 4 wines from our by the glass menu


On Tap

4 Different Rotating Beers on Tap,
ask for more details.

Beer Flights also available for $7

Whites &

Chardonnay · Pinot Grigio · Sauvignon Blanc · Vino Verde · Rieslings (dry and sweet) · Moscato (sweet) · Rose · Sparkling Wines


Wine Based

Red or White Sangria · Mimosa · Bloody Mary · Margarita · Hot Mulled Wine · Irish Coffee · Spritzers

* Add a cocktail wine pop to your sangria or sparkling wine for $3


Bottles and Cans
Wicked Weed · Delirium · Collective Arts · Stout · IPA · Gose · Pale Ale · Stella · Modelo · Bud Light · Krombacher Non-Alcoholic Pils

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Charcuterie and Cheese Boards

Select 1 . . . . . . . . . $15
Select 2 . . . . . . . . . $24
Select 3 . . . . . . . . . $32
Select 4 . . . . . . . . . $39
Select 5 . . . . . . . . . $45


Italian: Asiago · Provolone · Buffalo Mozzarella
Spanish: Drunken Goat Cheese · Manchego
Domestic: Humbolt Fog Cheese
Holland: Gouda Aged Black Cheese
French: Saint Angel's Triple Cream Brie
English: Cheddar Reserve · Stilton Blue Cheese


Italian: Prosciutto Di Parma ·
Nostrano Salami ·
Sopressata ·
Coppa ·
Hot Sopressata ·
Spanish: Mild Chorizo
French: Rosette de Lyon

Other Delectables

Smoked Fish Dip served with Gourmet Crackers

Baguette Sandwiches

Proscuitto with Mozzarella, Olive Oil, Sundried Tomatoes, Roasted Peppers, and Balsamic Glaze

St Auggie Muffuletta with Hot Capicola, Provolone, Roasted Tomatoes, Olive Tapenade, and Balsamic Glaze


An assortment of All Natural gourmet Popsicles with or without an alcohol base

Private Events

Interested in Casa De Vino 57 hosting your next event? Get in touch today for more details. We can provide wine/beer charcuterie/cheese boards for small intimate gatherings as well as parties up to 100 people.

Winner of


Best Wine Shop

Best Wine Bar

Best New Bar

Best Wine List

History of the Joaneda House

The Joaneda house is located at 57 Treasury St.  This street is considered the narrowest street in all of America. The intention of the Spanish in making the street so narrow was to prevent the treasury carriage laden with Spanish bouillon from being robbed. The width of the street only allowed room for a single carriage team making it impossible for thievery from horseback.  

The property the house rest upon dates as far as the Spanish census of 1762.  The land was at one time in its early history a part of the holdings acquired and sold by the notorious scoundrel, Ethan Fish, of the Fish & Fish law firm from New York City.  Before Fish and company acquired this land, initially the land was a part of the gardens of the Treasurer’s House.  Juan Joaneda, who was a wealthy fish farmer and land holder from Minorca, was one of the first successful immigrants to build homes and flip the property and structure for profit. He did this with the help of the governor of St Augustine, Enrique White, during the second Spanish period.

The Joaneda House was constructed in 1807 by Juan Joaneda.  Over its more than 250 year history, this house has changed hands several times and has been home to a variety of different establishments including the Treasury Street Inn, the Montgomery sister’s house and gift shop as well as a florist shop.