Frankly Wines

212.346.9544 66 West Broadway
New York, NY 10007
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Frankly Wines is located on West Broadway between Murray and Warren Streets (just below Chambers Street). At Frankly Wines, we offer our version of the well-stocked wine closet: a well-edited selection of daily essentials, quirky finds, and higher end treasures for when you’re feeling flush. Our selection skews towards the Southern Hemisphere, but you’ll also find wines from most other major (and minor) regions of the world. And you can be sure every bottle represents great value – when you sell less than 200 wines, they all have to be good! "Fine Wine. No Attitude." That’s the guiding principle at Frankly Wines. We think wine is something worth learning about, so we set out to be the right place for those who want to learn and explore – without scaring away those who simply want something good to drink with their dinner. At Frankly Wines, we try to balance wine-geek-speak with a sense of fun. We don’t dumb things down, but we also don’t try to surround wine with an aura of snobbery. We offer our version of the well-stocked wine closet: daily essentials, quirky finds, and higher end treasures, as well as a rotating selection of 3-Packs and Wine Clubs. We firmly believe the best way to learn Read more »

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  • So happy to be amongst fellow oenophiles! I am a freelance copywriter, writing in the food, wine, and spirits industry.I am here to share my personal enthusiasm for wines, not for professional reasons.I live in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, where no one grows wine grapes to produce actual wine. I am just slightly better informed than a complete novi... Read More

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  • Can we talk about "gaminess" in wine for a second?  It's basically saying it tastes savory, but not like beef so much.  So it tastes more like the kinds of meats we (or some of us) hunt, like rabbit, venison, maybe boar, lamb if it's older (aka mutton) and it usually suggests a roasted note.  It's just a nuance of savory, meaty flavors; not very... Read More

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  • Know the Bath St. from previous years. It was OK, but nowhere I'd choose on a special trip. More recently my sister did the first day of her honeymoon there on the way north from a ceremony in Ventura, but it was just a quick stopover for her/them and they were in and out in a flash, which she relayed was just fine. Guessing your budget winces a... Read More

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  • nvesting in wine is by no means a new phenomenon. Many years before fine wine became truly global in the mid-1990s, wily buyers would often buy more than they intended to drink, selling the excess at a later date to fund new purchases.( im ni bt ca bright city)In today’s market, as the global demand and consumption of the World’s finest wines in... Read More

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  • Would rather have a good Salisbury steak. We need GDP here to talk about Hawaiian lunch plates where they have something like it with some dangerous looking gravy over it and rice and potato-mac scoops....I think someone cooked poutine and won on Iron Chef American version a few years back. Some gimmick searchers in the food world are looking fo... Read More

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  • There were three of us, or actually 2 1/2 since my wife didn't drink much and doesn't like whites. The burgers were going to be 50/50 bacon/beef, which opened a world of possibilities so we decided to go all-American. Halcón Vineyards Prado to start, a 50.50 Marsanne/Rousanne blend that would have gone really well with the mushroo... Read More

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  • Not much wine talk this weekend, so sharing a few thoughts on the subject.A friend of mine recently said "there's only two days in a year I don't drink coffee", and I've also noticed that I'm pretty much drinking a cup every morning, sometimes iced tea with lunch. For a little while, I even got in to ordering a french press while out for breakfa... Read More

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  • Recent research shows that a glass of red wine a day is like twenty minutes of vigorous exercise. So before summer rosés officially take hold, get in on the last gasps of Cabernet. I tasted through forty different Cabernets, all under $16. There are some superb examples here that you’re going to want to try. Cabernet, because of the value inhere... Read More

    From the article Drink Value Cabernet Before It's Too Late

  • Cinsault makes nice rose, but the reds I've had would make you want to drink white, thereby solving the problem. Freisa is hardly available in Italy, so you have little chance of finding it in the US, IMO.  It's related to nebbiolo, or so I've read, so it is surprising to find that it is low in tannin. This article says it isn't, but then again ... Read More

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  • I have just read the most illuminating post I have ever read, "which red wines are most tannic", wow guys great details and some useful info.  But I'm most interested in the least tannic red wines.Reason?I have gout and tannins play havoc on gout and while I still want to try and enjoy Red Wine, esp good red wine I can longer drink medium or hig... Read More

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