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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  • I went on a Falanghina kick when I came back from Europe in 2012; it lasted for about a year.  I'd still drink it but I haven't seen it for the price I was paying at any place I have been shopping lately.  I did find it bitter in a bitter almond way, but only slightly and I liked that part of it.  It was also a little waxy, which was different. ... Read More

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  • ATF labeling laws.  They care where the grapes come from, not where it was vinified.  And NO nipples allowed. Some of that long drive is because the roads are secondary in places.  Lots of it is just because California is really long and skinny.  You grow most of your grapes on the coast so that's the north-south direction, the long one.  BTW, R... Read More

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  • Hmmm. Shipping the grapes across a desert could explain the sweetness:  They are passarille as the French say, or dried.  Higher sugar, possibly arrested fermentation.  Wonder if they use the native yeast?  In that dry, semi-high altitude environment, not a lot of yeast thrives.  Shipping grapes across the desert isn't really hospitable for the ... Read More

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  • Made a trip to Pahrump Nevada today to play a round of golf with my friends at Mountain Falls GC. Amazing course! Rated #1 in Nevada and the #7 public course in America. Who would have thought a course that nice could be located smack dab in the middle of basically no-mans land.Because the trip is 45 minutes from Vegas, I decided to visit the wi... Read More

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  • Thought I'd start a topic to see what "different" wines people are drinking. I've been on a hunt to find wines made from lesser known grapes or from unusual areas. Here's one of each.This is a rose made from Cinsault, not too unusual right? Well this is from the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Either they don't make very good wine in Lebanon or this bo... Read More

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  • Sounds like it was a fun event for you, Al.  No, I can't say I've ever attended a blind tasting class.A question to the group.  In a few wine tasting sessions in which I have been in the audience, the leader has obsessed about the the "legs" running down the sides of the glass.  More than once I have been instructed that the legs are indicative ... Read More

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  • Sandra and I were fortunate yesterday to attend a quickly sold out (57 minutes after the e-mail went out to the RdV Ambassador members, it was fully booked) 'Introduction to Blind Tasting' class at our favorite Northern Virginia winery, RdV.  Getting our two slots in this class was tough, as we didn't call them until 5 or 6 hours after their e-m... Read More

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  • After much agony and discernment, I have chosen the official wine for my Super Bowl party this year. Over the 9 years I've hosted this event, it is probably the least exotic selection, not to mention least expensive.  Given the fact chili is the main dish (oh please, don't turn your nose. After all, we're American pigskin fans, not Bolsheviks), ... Read More

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  • I am an artist and have just completed this painting called "Prost". Prost is german for cheers.  I've never done a wine theme before.  I have been selling it as reproductions on canvases in wineries.  I am new to the wine world.  I would love any feedback. I will also be reading other post on this site.  Maybe I'll learn something that will hel... Read More

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  • Perhaps we can throw all sorts of wines in here with a mysterious WTF factor, whether photos of the wine, its label, logo, descriptions or what have you. Who knows what they might be? I'll start things out.From the opening scene of the current episode of a well-received TV show: what is this wine? Does it actually exist? What, if anything, is wr... Read More

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