New York Wine Exchange

+1 212 422-2222 9 Beaver Street
New York, NY 10004
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The New York Wine Exchange is Downtown New York's leading purveyor of quality wines and liquors. With our long list of vineyard providers, our inventory is the most extensive available in New York City today. New York Wine Exchange is a family run business which was founded in 1995 by two brothers, Paul and Worrell Couto. We are located in the heart of the financial district -- the Stock Exchange is just two blocks away. Worrell has always been somewhat of a visionary, way ahead of his time. His on-going love for discovering new wines and new wine regions has sent him to many parts the world searching and tasting. Worrell has always seen the potential in these up-and-coming regions. Worrell's wonderful wine discoveries and remarkable palate keep him constantly “in the eye of the wine world”, paving the way for future business. Worrell's penchant for searching out lesser-known wines made him instrumental in exposing many great wines from Australia and Chile to the United States consumer, along Read more »

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  • Japanese back in the '80s, UK and French money from before that, Australia and Chile more recently. Not too surprising, but I suppose it is a milestone of sorts.From the April 24 issue of Wine Industry insight... Chinese Investors Buy Into Napa ValleyChinese investors have made international headlines over the past year buying chateaux in Fran... Read More

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  • I've just read an article on this, asking the question ' Is this Spain's Greatest wine?''.There are far wiser people out there to comment and the closest i'll ever get is to read about it.As the article states no wine in the world is worth a price tag of £250+ a bottle or is it?Love to know your comments and has anyone tried it.http://catavino.... Read More

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  • I am open to suggestions that are relatively easy to procure, on the dryer side, and have some level of complexity- I tend not to like a one-dimensional, flat wine.  At my last tasting of Asian influenced foods, I paired a Trefethern Dry Reisling, along with 2 other whites.  People liked it ok, but thought a bit sweet tho.  The white rhone blend... Read More

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  • Perhaps Bordeaux? My schedule ios frightening, but I do have time free right around the 4th-5th-6th of November.What say we? Read More

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  • I've just returned from the International Malbec Days in Cahors, a festival meant to elevate the profile of "original" Malbec, and offer insight into the relationship between old world and new world expressions of the varietal.I'll be writing more about both the trip and the region, but for now, I wanted to offer highlights. I had limited exposu... Read More

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  • Which new world wine exporting country will hold the biggest market share in the USA in 2020?? Read More

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  • So much happens here at Snooth each week that it's easy not to notice some of the newest developments. Just last week, for example, we conducted our second virtual tasting, in this case with Michael Twelftree (which can be seen here), winemaker extraordinaire of Australia's Two Hands Wines, as well as projects in both France and California. We'v... Read More

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  • Hi guys, just discovered this wonderful site, and instantly found my elf in company of passionate wine fans. My question to you guys: I have always been a fan of Californian wine, and mostly cab's and zin's but recently I've been hearing about the wonderful quality of Californian pinot, therefore, i would appreciate your guys opinion on which Ca... Read More

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  • Need a little help on this matter. My wine guy suggested many wines to me most out of tanks, like it was better than sitting in oak. Can someone explain the main differences. My take so far is that American oak gives a Vanilla flavor to the wine(is this right or wrong)? And why do the French think their oak is better? Thanks Read More

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  • Le Fooding, a benefit event with all proceeds going to Action Against Hunger will be taking place this weekend, September 25 and 26 here in New York. Le Fooding will be celebrating the best of New York while bringing a bit of Paris to our shores. With 12 chefs, three mixologists, two butchers, one ice-cream maker, two DJs, 15 graphic designers, ... Read More

    From the article Le Fooding 2009


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