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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  • 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

    Wine review by zufrieden

  • 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

    Wine review by duncan 906

  • Well Guys,I've been a little busy on work but tonight I have the time to publish another taste I went.This time it was directed by Madame la contesse Adeline de Barry (The owner of the famous provence wines Chateau Saint Martin). We tase 5 wines from them, 3 roses, 1 white wine and 1 red wine.. and these were the wines:Rose des platanes / Vin de... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wine taste "Chateau Saint...

  • I knew they would, but couldn't part with them. I figured I'd just keep them forever, pass them along later. They've been stored in really great conditions from the start (cool cellar) and I rotate them every 6 months or so. There are some whites (probably a disaster) and reds. Am I wasting my time and energy on them? Most are Bordeauxs, Rhones,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic All My Wine Has Passed the...

  • Argentier Vieilles Vignes de Cinsault Vin de Pays du Gard 2009


    A little hot at first with dark cranberry and a little earth on the nose that takes over after airing out for a little while. Overall a nice lighter-bodied wine. Read More

    Wine review by barri0s1872

  •  Fiddling with a great recipe always has inherent danger and conveys some level of audacity, yet this conviction to perfection also creates masterpieces.Not feeling fully content with the past standard of excellence at his Ribera del Duero winery, Peter Sisseck is now chasing perfection through older barrels and experiments in natural winemaking... Read More

    From the article A Change of Heart or Coming of Age at Dominio de Pingus?

  • Rosés come around just once a year. This is lamentable or not, depending on your opinion of them. With such a sudden influx, it’s imperative that I taste as many as possible as quickly as possible. This is the first round-up of rosés from the summer of 2012. You can expect another in several weeks, but these 40 wines, along with the dozen or so ... Read More

    From the article The Great Rose Round-Up

  • The Tour de France starts early this year (next weekend) so racers can do le Tour and the Olympics.  I will be following the tour route, tasting wines from the regions the racers visit during the three week bike race.The tour starts in Belgium this year.  I will pick up the race in Alsace and then continue through Jura, Savoie, Rhone, Provence a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Wines of the Tour de France

  • There hasn't been one of these threads here in quite some time so I thought I'd start it up again. Weather is warm here so I popped a Rosé.What are you drinking? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?

  • Pesquie Viognier Vin de Pays 2007


    Far less aromatic than one would expect. Subdued nose. It has a lovely perfume on the palate of melon, flowers, honey, etc. it dies have a richness to the feel. The only thing that was a bit odd for me, is this has a soapy quality that some Viognier wines have. I can accept it's part of it, just a bit odd and noticeable.. All in all, good w... Read More

    Wine review by VegasOenophile

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