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May 19-20, 2019
Address: 399 Lafayette St, New York, NY 10003, USA
Phone: +1 212-674-7500
Astor Wine and Spirits is huge. Amazing selection of wines, sakes, and spirits, reasonable prices, plenty of space for browsing, regular events, same day delivery to most of Manhattan, various wine clubs (including a Top 12 Under $12 Club), free delivery and more are the key attractions! Not only does the store boast a huge selection of bottles, they continually host classes in a separate classroom space. Wine, cocktails, sake, pairings - their education schedule is always packed with interesting and informative topics.
Address: 153 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022, USA
Phone: +1 212-980-9463
Crush Wine & Spirits was born out of a passion for wine. They carry a diverse range of wine and spirits but give special emphasis on quality, craft and limited-production. Their wine selection reflects regions like - Champagne, Burgundy, Piedmont, Beaujolais, Germany, Austria, Loire, Northern Rhône, Tuscany and Jura, to name a few – and you’ll also find their shelves stocked with bottles from every corner of the world.
The first thing you’ll notice about the stock at Crush Wine & Spirits is how it’s stored: this store maintains a huge wine wall, with each and every bottle lovingly, precisely stored on its side. The store prides itself on being able to deliver quality drinks at all price points, and its staff includes certified sommeliers and graduates of wine and culinary schools. Their unique Fine & Rare department is devoted to helping you select that special gift, or carefully build your cellar. Whether you’re searching for a particular bottle or looking to start your collection, their team of specialists will work with you every step of the way. They also handle corporate gifts of all sizes and budgets, and offer shipping services throughout the U.S. and to select international countries.
Address: 51 35th St, Brooklyn, NY 11232, USA
Phone: +1 844-305-5023
What makes Moore Brothers Wine Company stand out from the rest is their personal connection to all the winemakers. Instead of buying from a large number of producers, they buy deeply into the portfolios of a select few. Many of the producers they represent are considered among the finest in the world. They often host free tastings with the winemakers when they are in town, so you have the opportunity to make the personal connection yourself. This shop is so dedicated to preserving the quality of their wines that they keep the shop at a chilly 56 degrees. Make sure to grab one of your warm jackets at the door before you start shopping.
Address: 505 Park Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA
Phone: +1 212-838-7500
2019 marks 85 years for Sherry-Lehmann as it has been helping people quench their thirst since 1934. The secret is its seemingly bottomless warehouse in Brooklyn. That, and the store’s fun-to-peruse catalog, which they’ve been producing since 1935. It’s a trip to stroll through the showroom of one of the city’s oldest and most recognized merchants and see the floor-to-ceiling stock of blue-chip bottles that would invariably get popped in a film about college kids hosting an ill-advised house party at someone’s father’s Central Park West duplex.
Address: 5 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011, USA
Phone: +1 212-929-2323
Bottlerocket organizes the wines by theme which helps you find the wines according to what you want to do such as “Gifts for Your Boss” or “What To Drink With Takeout.” They also sort wines by price and proudly display “Cheap” offerings. Categorizing wines by lifestyle makes this a completely non-intimidating experience; purchase with confidence. Their knowledgeable and well-trained staff is always at your service if you can’t figure out which wine you are looking for. Their approach is unique and fun. The shop is large, bright, and easy to follow for those who are intimidated by wine and want simple instructions.
Address: 318 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA
Phone: +1 718-875-5530
Scottos is one of the oldest wine retailers in New York. Scotto's Wine Cellar was originally opened prior to prohibition, on Hicks Street in Carroll Gardens. They reopened in February 1934 at their current location of 318 Court Street. This family owned and operated retailer is known for the great service and impressive selection of wines.
Address: 317 Smith St, Brooklyn, NY 11231, USA
Phone: +1 718-243-2864
Smith & Vine is voted as one of the Top 10 Wine Shops in NYC by TimeOutNY, Grub Street & CBS. Frequent tastings coupled with excellent specials makes this shop more than just a neighbourhood store. Try one of the “6 Packs to Go” (six bottles), or browse the nicely curated group of bottles for $12 and under. There are regular Happy Hours in which various types of booze gets discounted.
Address: 600 Washington St, New York, NY 10014, USA
Phone: +1 212-924-6999
Whether you’re just diving into wine culture or have a long-standing obsession with finding the perfect glass, you’re in the right place. In a slightly industrial area of the West Village lies this stellar wine store. Le Dû’s Wines store is dedicated to the discovery of artisanal winemakers who are pushing the industry forward with every bottle. Their team works daily to curate one of the most highly regarded wine lists in the country. When you come to Le Du’s you’ll find an incredible selection of the greatest wines from around the world in a spacious climate-controlled space. Every Saturday they host informative tasting events that appeal to both learners and connoisseurs alike. They also offer private, reservation-only wine classes for those who really want to dig in.