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 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

    Forum post in the topic New Quiz: What wine is this?...


  • A sad state of affairs when the 'best deal' is $55. Frankly absurd and Alice-i-W-ish. You're possibly too close to see how wrong that picture is.  ;-)And Waterstone's relative weakness (wasn't weak at first but seems to have become more so over time for whatever production reasons) when it has been one of the best lower-priced cabs was what agai... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Your fave Cab under $20?!


  • While Cabernet is really an all-season wine, it tends to come into its own as the weather cools. It’s not that it doesn’t pair with a great big steak sizzling off the BBQ, it's that there are so many great pairing options with foods we rarely enjoy during the summer that we get even more great opportunities to enjoy Cabernet based wines as the s... Read More

    From the article How easy is it to Pair Cabernet?


  • Sounds like a nice memory of your visit.In Germany and particularly Austria I've been with lots of people at home and even out  who mix sparkling water of various sorts with wines, often white, creating in-effect a wine spritzer. Very common in the summer time, and something that can be lightly refreshing and a tasteful alternative to, say, an O... Read More

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  • I just came back from Germany (Bavaria area) and was introduced to a half dry Mueller Thurgau produced by a local winery (Huter).  My son mixed this with a meduim sparkling water and I really enjoyed this. I am not a wine drinker but I found this to be very enjoyable to drink.   What is a wine I can find locally that is comparable in taste to th... 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)


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