Pour Wines

212-501-POUR 321 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, NY 10023
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Pour, a New York wine and spirits boutique, located on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, specializes in educating consumers on how to pair wines and spirits with food. The boutique is the brainchild of husband-and-wife team, H. Tres Meyer and Christine L. Beattie, seasoned consumer marketing and brand image building veterans. Set in an intimate space that includes retail, and a wine tasting and demonstration bar, Pour engages customers from the moment they enter, with beautiful color-coded graphics that serve as a guide to pairing wines correctly with food, as cool sounds play in the background, creating a relaxed and fun wine buying experience. Each wine has a custom developed note card that provides educational information on the specific wine and recommended detailed food pairing and preparation guidelines. Each wine also includes a color-coded label on the side of the bottle with the appropriate matching food category so that customers have a handy pairing reference at home. Pour’s selection is Read more »

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  • EM - Great job figuring that out.  Yes, it makes sense now and he grabbed a Meritage in place of a Syrah, although we were still charged the $26 for the glass.  I guess I must now seek out the Syrah and get a taste of it too.  Just got home from watching the grand kids up at Tyson's Corner mall; third day in a row and I've about had enough for a... Read More

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  • I like the idea of a Merlot party.  I enjoy Duckhorn's Merlot the most, as they are known for this varietal.  I was surprised to hear that a Columbia Crest wine was a good one.  Were you expecting a pour showing for the H3 2013 Merlot?  Read More

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  • MJ - Those wines and the beautiful weather in Florida would be quite a treat right now.  While we are having a relatively easy winter up here in Northern Virginia, I would certainly enjoy some additional warmth.  This morning I went on a short motorcycle ride to nearby Clifton VA, and I'm glad I did.  I beat the rain by a few minutes and had a g... Read More

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  • Wowzer,Just tasted my first Viognier and what a delight. I purchased one that was extremely economical but one with respectability in it's ratings. I didn't want to go overboard on my first venture with a newbie.This one averaged 3 and a half out of 5 here at Snooth. I'm sure it's well known, it's called McManis Family Vineyards out of Ripon Cal... Read More

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  • For Raj it's all about low alcohol, high acid. He was the founder of the now defunct In Pursuit of Balance trade group. Sandhi is a respected brand here. He'll probably pour his RPM wines as well which really don't excite me but the hipster crowd falls all over themselves for it. Read More

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  • Does anyone have any recommendations for a 1987 red wine that is drinkable todayMy oldest son is 30 this year and it appears that 1987 was not a great vintage anywhere Read More

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  • People show up to tastings rooms drunk with a Groupon discount 10 minutes before closing and want to taste everything. They buy nothing. That's not an uncommon occurrence at the typical tasting room. Then where I pour they read about the 100pt scores the wines got last year and want to come in and taste 100pt wine. Never spent more than $40 on a... Read More

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  • I know what you’re thinking: When are we gonna start drinking wine? We’re getting closer, I promise you, but today I just want to run through some of the pros and cons of different styles of glassware!After getting your wine out of the bottle (and perhaps into a decanter) at the proper temperature, serving it in the proper glass is probably the ... Read More

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  • Old wines you decant mostly for sediment, IMO.  Too much air can kill them.  Unless it's old Barolo, which needs decanting to lose the funky, dirty smells.  Young wines also want decanting to open them up, but sometimes they need days and days.  Better just to let them rest, although we all succumb to our infanticide impulses now and then.Wines ... Read More

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  • I'm of the mind that decanting is a good thing. Especially with aged wines. I've decanted young wines anywhere from an hour to up to seven hours just to see how the structure would differ. And I've done the side-by-side comparisons to justify my insanity. However, I do realize, as in with stemware, that this may be an extremely subjective topic.... Read More

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