Dear Friends,

Especially in these uncertain times, quality of life is important to us all. Casa Carmen depends on our customers and during this period of social distancing, we thought it prudent to create a Survival Kit to help you have fun at home while helping our small business continue to thrive. It’s a Survival Kit for both you and us! At $180, our Survival Kit includes 6 wines of your choice including 3 new unreleased wines (‘19 Albariño, ‘19 Rosé, and ‘18 Tinto), a jar of Ajolivas, and your favorite tinned fish from our menu. So from the comfort and safety of your own home you can enjoy a little taste from our bodega.

To order your kit today, email Felipe at or call 561-324-4305. You can come in to pick up your kit during our new hours of operation: Wednesday through Saturday, Noon to 6pm. For special arrangements please call us and we will do what we can to make sure you can get your Casa Carmen Survival Kit. Feel free to pay at pick up, or over the phone.

During these trying times, we at Casa Carmen want to do what is in our power to make sure other members in the community that we love so much are also able to survive and have hope. Here’s are some suggestions as to how you can help:

  • Buy our Survival Kit! $25 from each Survival Kit purchase will be donated to the Good Neighbor Fund to help the neediest in our community.
  • Please send us names, phone numbers, and addresses of people, especially the elderly, that might need someone to check in on them should things continue to get worse.
  • If you’re local to us, please bring donations of gloves, masks, paper towels, wipes, Lysol, and nonperishable food to the Community Center in Worton (11041 Worton Rd, Worton, MD 21678). Donations at the Community Center are being received from 8am-10am and then again from 2pm – 4pm. The donations will go to the neediest in our area.

Stay safe, and let’s all continue to enjoy life, keep the well being of others in our thoughts, and of course, drink good wine.

The Casa Carmen Family

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