Sea Grape Wines

+1 212 463-7688 514 Hudson st.
New York, NY 100014
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This West Village shop specializes in moderately priced, hard-to-find small winery bottlings; a "helpful staff" and wines from regions where bargains are in abundance. Ensuring a steady following for this Greenwich Village vino favorite; the Thursday night tastings are something of a neighborhood institution – Description from amaynard

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  • We feel that if a geographic area has shown wine excellence throughout a long history, then even more sublime heights can be reached with the addition of a dose of passion and attention. Campania was the breadbasket of Ancient Rome. Fruits, nuts, grains, seafood, meats, olive oil – authors from Virgil to Pliny to Columella agreed that if those i... Read More

    From the article Campania Wine: Something Very Old, Something Very New


  • Corsica may fall under French jurisdiction, but its spirit is clearly distinct from that on “the continent”, as they say. Read the street signs in French or in Corsican; if you know some Italian, you’ll grasp the latter easily. After all, Corsica was Italian for a solid seven hundred years before the island raised the French tricolore flag in 17... Read More

    From the article Catch the Corsican Rose Wave


  • Hello everyone!  I'm George, co-founder at Winespotter.net. I'm so happy to join snooth and make some interesting (I hope so) contributions to the forum community.Let me introduce myself. I'm George from Georgia, I mean I was born there. People say Georgia is the birthplace of wine. So I always felt like connected with wine world and starting th... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth! George is here...


  • Whispers in the northwest United States are that Syrah is going the way of the 80’s and making a marvelous comeback – minus the neon and hairspray. This past week Great Northwest Wine (GNW) discussed the possible resurgence of the wine which once was the darling of Washington, Oregon and Idaho.  “It hasn't been that many years since Syrah was th... Read More

    From the article GNW Talks Syrah: Will the Bold Bottle Make A Comeback?


  • Had the pleasure to taste with GregT in San Diego yesterday evening. I had the idea to pair up Greg and a friend from the Netherlands who was in San Diego for a convention, due to their interest in Tokaj, and it seemed to work well, everyone having a good time.Lessons Learned: Harslevelu is good stuff, and probably my new favorite white wine gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tasting with GregT: Vega,...


  • China isn't the only country in Asia making headlines in the vino world. According to a story this past Wednesday by Business Wire, a study by Rabobank's Food & Agribusiness Research department has revealed that Japan is now an important wine market.  “Rabobank's …. research team says that the Japanese wine market has 'come of age,' with wine dr... Read More

    From the article Rabobank: Japan Joins The Big Boys in Global Wine Market


  • Last week I met Jon to trade some bottles.  We met at Hi Time Liquor in Costa Mesa--a store with a very excellent inventory of wines.  I might have surprised Jon a bit when I declined to do any shopping.  There have been numerous hits to my credit cards, lately, and I thought that I should tone it down a bit.Well, that lasted until today.I'd bee... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What have you bought lately?


  • I once, a few years back, almost pulled the trigger on a real estate purchase in the hills back behind the Big Sur coastline. Was reminiscing on that today, and wondered why I never hear about wine from that area. Is it because I'm so far away and out of touch and there actually are barrels and barrels of wine being made there, or because the cu... Read More

    Forum post in the topic From Santa Cruz south through...


  • Getting back your roots is a matter of blending, according to a story this past by The Australian's Max Allen.  “In our modern world we've become obsessed with single varietal wines, where each type of grape is kept separate from the others in the vineyard and the winery – planted on its own, picked on its own, fermented on its own, bottle on it... Read More

    From the article Going Old-School: Some Australian Winemakers Embrace "Field Blend"


  • Turkish wines aren’t exactly at the forefront of our collective fine wine consciousness in the West. That’s a shame, because in Turkey we are seeing one of those pleasant ironies that often crop up in the wine world: an ancient wine producing region that is re-emerging as a quality player in the modern wine market. And when we say “ancient” here... Read More

    From the article What You're Missing: Turkish Wines


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