Foreign Office Minister Mark Simmonds said the wine cellar was self funding in the third annual report on the store, as he published figures showing the organisation has turned a profit - but a narrower one than in 2012/13.
Sales of "high value" stock and purchases by other Government departments helped the Foreign Office produce positive figures, Mr Simmonds said in a written statement to MPs.
Consumption of bottles in the cellar was down 13.5 per cent on last year, he said.
Sales amounted to £56,000 while money from other departments added more than £16,000 to receipts.
Purchases amounted to £50,054, compared to £45,866 in 2011/12.