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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  • While there are some tastings I do not look forward to each year, there are others that I can’t wait for. For the most part that means things like Barolo and northern Rhone Syrah, but it also includes the greatest set of value wines I get to sample each year; inexpensive Portuguese red wines!Now, admittedly that’s a pretty broad category of vino... Read More

    From the article Portuguese Values Abound


  • In a world where extremes are becoming the paradigms for perfection its a little surprising that one doesn’t hear much of the wines of Saxony. Strike that. One doesn’t hear anything about these wines. And that is not surprising because the production is tiny and the wines almost all consumed locally. But you should be hearing about these wines, ... Read More

    From the article Wines You'll Probably never Try


  • So, I finally re-introduced myself to Zinfandel.  I bought a half bottle of Seghesio Sonoma '12.  I decantered it for 1 hour and ate it with spaghetti w/tomato-basil sauce.  The wine was dominated by the alcohol -- 14.8% -- and while I tasted black fruit and a very interesting roasted sage note on the mid-palate, the alcohol drive of the wine ma... Read More

    Forum post in the topic My Zinfandel Report


  • I’ve been through this so many times before that it becomes rote. The differences between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio. Well, there really aren’t any, when we are referring to the grapes. One is the name in French while the other is the name in Italian. When it comes to the wines though, there remains some distinction, though that is disappearing... Read More

    From the article Time to Ponder Pinot Gris(gio)


  • Labor is not cheaper in France. You don't even want to ask about taxes.Frankly in the south of France I have never shopped at a supermarket, for wine or food or anything, and that's sometimes staying months at a time. Smaller shops, farmer's markets and the like serve well. In Spain in touristy places like Ibiza then yes supermarkets, but the wi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zinfandel for a Beginner


  • I haven't tasted a Zinfandel in many years and would like to get reacquainted.  Any recommendations for a fruit-forward one around $25? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Zinfandel for a Beginner


  • I was recently in Oregon, for the annual International Pinot Noir Celebration, which is a splendid reason to visit Oregon’s wine country, though you don’t need such motivation to be wowed by what you’ll find in McMinnville and the surrounding areas. While tons of Pinot were in fact tasted and consumed during that long weekend, today I want to ta... Read More

    From the article Oregon's Unheralded Chardonnay


  • I just read, with some envy I might add, a report on a dinner of quite expensive wines. The wines themselves aren’t terribly important, though for full disclosure they did include some La- La wines from Guigal, those impressively yet overpriced Cote Rotie, a few first growth Bordeaux, a pair of Grand Cru wines from Joseph Drouhin, and the obliga... Read More

    From the article Stuck in the Middle.


  • Sandra and I enjoyed a very nice wine dinner with our neighbors Debbie & Rick last night.  This was Sandra's first time in their house and after the grand tour and a review of many special wines, we started out with Rick's killer martinis.  I was already starting to feel that when he popped the cork on this 2012 Robert Young Chardonnay (picture ... Read More

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  • As you may know, Zinfandel is my favorite American grape variety. The wines produced tend to span a wide range of fascinating styles and can reveal fabulous terroir. I belong to a grand total of three winery lists, two of which are primarily for Zinfandel. From two of the the greatest producers of not only Zinfandel, but the great field blends t... Read More

    From the article Blind Tasting 2012 Zinfandel


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