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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  • It is a true image, I’ll concede, but that’s not all they drink up north. The Scandinavian cuisine has been hauled as the next big thing by the likes of Ferran Adrià of El Bulli, and sommeliers of top Nordic restaurants now put all their viking prowess to the task of exploring wines which match. This may be where you find the driver in the next ... Read More

    From the article Scandinavian Naturalists


  • …the sun sets across a plain in La Mancha (Spain). It’s a place whose name escapes me, but a winemaking tradition continues here, passed down through endless generations. This Old World wine area is writing a new chapter, immersing New World wine lovers in a journey that will awake their senses. The Denomination of Origin (D.O.) La Mancha is loc... Read More

    From the article La Mancha's 2012 U.S. Road Shows


  • Like much of California’s modern wine industry, Monterey county received a boost from the explosion of growth that began in the 1960s. Wines sales were taking off and producers looked for the best locations to grow their grapes. Being a nascent industry at the time, land remained relatively inexpensive. Monterey, whose climate compares favorably... Read More

    From the article Monterey for a Day


  • The boards' favorite California Cabernet Sauvignon producer has recently released their 2008 Howell Mountain and Napa Valley wines. Randy Dunn is one of the most respected winemakers in California by those "in the know". Though he keeps a low profile and his wines aren't known for being hyped, I get the impression that his wines are slowly incre... Read More

    Forum post in the topic 2008 Dunn Cabernet Sauvignon...


  • All, We're doing a three part series on the impact of wine labels on branding, image, identity and the consumer's reaction to all of that.  You can see part 1 here:http://www.nwwineanthem.com/2012/02/look-of-label-3-part-series.html Part 2 & 3 will feature winemakers and wineries discussing their labeling strategy and part 3 will explore the imp... Read More

    Forum post in the topic How does a wine label impact...


  • Hi All,I've been a sideline observer of Snooth for a couple years and thought I'd join the party.  I'm a huge Central Coast fan, unfortunately located in Pittsburgh, PA.  I've made a few tasting trips out west and another is planned for April.  If you're planning a trip to Paso Robles, Santa Barbara, or anywhere in between, feel free to shoot me... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Giving Snooth a Chance


  • The South of France, you can picture it. The glamour, the sun, the history, and the Languedoc (pronounced “lahng-doc”)That’s right, the largest single wine region in the world and France’s wine frontier, the Languedoc, is waiting for you. Waiting for you to discover her exciting wines and where adventurous winemakers blend tradition and innovati... Read More

    From the article Languedoc Wines


  • Seriously, what do you folks want to knwo more about. I may not get to Italy until next May but I thought this might be a fun idea to start kicking around.Snoothers create an itinerary for me, I'll go to the wineries, taste the wines, ask your questions, shoot the videos you want me to shoot, and at it's essence deliver the kind of content you a... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Here's an idea - Next time...


  • Posted by lingprof, 4 minutes ago. Edit  I have a Spanish friend who grew up in a small village in Galicia, near the coast.   (His dad is a fisherman.)  He says everybody around town makes wine from the grapes adjoining their properties.  I said "What kind of grapes are they?" And he said, "No clue!  Red.  But not very dark red.  Sometimes if it... Read More

    Forum post in the topic what grapes grow in Galicia?


  • Unless you've been living under a rock, you have heard the news that Montalcino producers, in a landslide vote, rejected a proposal to allow international grape varieties in Rosso di Montalcino. By law, Brunello di Montalcino and Rosso di Montalcino must be made by 100% Sangiovese grapes. The vote was held last week at an assembly called by the ... Read More

    From the article Rosso di Anywhere


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