Chateau de Vin

+1 516-374-9463 544 Central Ave.
Cedarhurst, NY 11516
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Chateau De Vin opened its doors in February of 1991. With more than 18 years of serving the five towns area, Chateau De Vin has grown dramatically. We now have the largest selection of kosher wine in all of Long Island, and Queens. With international wines from France, Italy, Australia, Israel, Chile, and South Africa, as well as domestic wines from the wine producing regions of California, and New York State, with names such as Baron Herzog, Herzog Selections, Rashi, Bartenura, Abarbanel, Carmel, Weinstock, Alfasi, Barkan, Binyaminya, and much more, Chateau De Vin is bound to carry the wine you need. Chateau De Vin also carries a full line of Single Malt Scotches, Blended Scotches, Bourbons, Vodkas, as well as a full line of kosher liquors, and cordials. Making a party for any occasion? Let the professionals at Chateau De Vin help you choose the right wine, and liquor for your specific event. Need a gift for any occasion? How about a wine basket from Chateau De Vin? Our professionals can make up a Read more »

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  • Chateau Villars Fronsac Grand Vin de Bordeaux 2010


    A 2010 Bordeaux blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Cabernet Sauvignon from Fronsac, France. Deep ruby color with tight rim variation. Dark fruits hints of plum and raspberry with a hint of slate minerality. It has a long finish on the palette and balanced acidity. This wine will mature nicely over time (peak time 2017-2022). Best served chille... Read More

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  • For fun I was searching around and found some stories of the world's oldest wines that are (arguably) intact. Some divers found unopened bottles of champagne in a sunken ship: 350AD vintage kept in a museum that was dug out of the ground: http://www.dailymail.... Read More

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  • I am a new wine lover. A year or two ago I was having troubles staying away from 'the sauce'.  It wasn't alcoholism, per se, but it was getting to the point where I was spending much of my money and getting very little done. So, being that I am working in a fine dining restaurant, Carnevor Steakhouse in Milwaukee, WI, I decided to begin studying... Read More

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  • Having just returned from a week in the valley, I'm working on pulling together some content focusing on Napa Cabernets. I started tasting through some of the samples I have in the office yesterday and just wanted to mention some of the better examples I found in the $20-$35 rangeTop of the heap is the 2009 Stepping Stone by Cornerstone $35, pre... Read More

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  • chateau malartic lurial brodeux superieur 1989valpolicella classico superior 1991grand vin de bordeux 1989 chateu cassagne haut-canon canon fronsac mediaille d’orhans hoffranzen mosel-saar-ruwer 1990 whitefelix solis bodegas los molinos tint gran reserve 1995 Read More

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  • Yesterday, the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies released the menu as well as the wines for Obama's 2nd inauguration dinner on January 21st.  They must have had a lapse of clear thinking describing their American sparkling wine choice as Champagne in their press release. The exact wording of the wine was Korbel Natural, Speci... Read More

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  • Dorgonne Vin Naturel Cabernet Sauvignon Vin de Pays de Vaucluse 2004


    I bought this bottle of wine from a wine merchant in Sussex but I cannot remember exactly how much I paid him for it but it was definitely under a tenner.The Vaucluse is the western part of Provonce adjacent to the Rhone river but VDP de Vaucluse is sometimes used by Southern Rhone producers to designate wines that do not fit the AOC regulations... Read More

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • Grand Vin de Reignac 2008


    This wine is blackest midnight in colour with a pleasingly fresh,slightly metallic, plum and blackberry nose. Mouthfeel is ample with good grip, depth and residual puckery tannin. The palate is greeted with a somewhat one-dimensional onset of damson and unsweetened cocoa and slightly forward grainy tannin. The balance is good and the finish is... Read More

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  • Chateau d'Apremont Vin de Savoie Apremont 2010


    I bought this bottle of wine for ten pounds from a shop in Hampstead London Apremont is a commune in the Department of Savoie in South-east France in the foothills of the Alps which has given its name to this wine.The area was buried in limestone by a massive and catastrophic landslide in 1248 when part of Mount Granier colla... Read More

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