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You Must Try Wines Made From the Garganega Grape

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Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

Summer Wines for 2019
We got our first taste of summer this week with an above 80-degree day which made us crave the sunny weather even more. Yes, we begged for spring but now we’re getting ready for summer, with its park picnics, patio sipping, and warm nights. It’s time to put away our deep reds and bring out - Read More
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Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

The World’s Most Common Grape Varietals
There are literally thousands of varietals of grapes grown around the world, plus about a thousand more waiting to be discovered. Some are grown for wine, some are grown for juice, but each tells a story of the land it comes from. The varietal is the actual grape from which a wine or juice is - Read More
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Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Brooklyn Crush: a Smorgasbord of Craft Foods and Craft Beverages
It’s time, folks! Now that it’s finally May, we’re in food and beverage festival season and coming up this weekend is our personal favorite (duh!), the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival! This is an event that we’re excited for, not only because it’s one of our own, but because it really brings a - Read More
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Wednesday, May 15th, 2019

The World’s Most Common Grape Varietals
There are literally thousands of varietals of grapes grown around the world, plus about a thousand more waiting to be discovered. Some are grown for wine, some are grown for juice, but each tells a story of the land it comes from. The varietal is the actual grape from which a wine or juice is - Read More
Read more...

Wednesday, May 8th, 2019

Brooklyn Crush: a Smorgasbord of Craft Foods and Craft Beverages
It’s time, folks! Now that it’s finally May, we’re in food and beverage festival season and coming up this weekend is our personal favorite (duh!), the Brooklyn Crush Wine & Artisanal Food Festival! This is an event that we’re excited for, not only because it’s one of our own, but because it really brings a - Read More
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Wednesday, April 24th, 2019

5 Things To Know When Tasting Wine
We’ve all been there- you’re at a dinner party and someone pours wine, and you’re about to go for it when you look around and see everyone swirling and sniffing their glass. Confusion ensues. Don’t worry, we’ll help you and then you can do it too! Sure, the art of wine tasting is deeply involved - Read More
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Wednesday, April 17th, 2019

You Must Try Wines Made From the Garganega Grape
Say it with us: gahr-GAH-neh-gah. It’s not just a cool word, it’s the sixth most planted white grape in all of Italy. You can find it in the Veneto region which is in the northeastern part of the country in the provinces of Vicenza and Verona. In Sicily, the Garganega grape is locally known as - Read More
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Sunday, April 14th, 2019

5 Organic Wines To Try in 2019
In our recent article, we discussed the idea of biodynamic wines and how they’re becoming more and more popular around the United States. We also mentioned organic wines, which are slightly different but are also showing up around wine shops and bars, especially here in New York. So what is organic wine? Well to put - Read More
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Wednesday, April 10th, 2019

Restaurants in NYC with Great Wines Priced Fairly
Until recently, if you wanted a “quality wine list” you had to get a table at one of the top restaurants in New York. You know, the ones like Per Se and Le Bernardin- the extremely nice, quite upscale, fine dining establishments. These were the institutions with the best sommeliers that were taking trips to - Read More
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