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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  • . . . and, boy, are my arms tired.I don't know when I first heard the term "Super Tuscan."  I'm guessing that it was 10-12 years ago.  I really did not know what it meant--me being very focussed on my California world.I did, of course, learn that a Super Tuscan was a wine that was made from grapes that were outside the Tuscany tradition--specifi... Read More

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  • Thought some of you might be interested in this article I came across this afternoon. Any thoughts?Cheers,Adam Read More

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  • Hey All,As an Advanced Sommelier in the Court of Master Sommeliers, I'm looking forward to answering any of your questions about food and wine pairings, wine storage and service, and deciphering restaurant wine lists. I also love to talk Riesling, Pinot Noir, California Cabernet and anything from Spain or Portugal. Please let me know if you have... Read More

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  • The Pinot grape is something of a chameleon and not just because of the variety of colors it can be found in.  Pinot Gris, a mutation of the Pinot Noir grape, can be found around the world and in a number of different expressions from crisp to velvety and from dry to sweet.The average consumer knows Pinot Gris very well but usually as Pinot Grig... Read More

    From the article Pairing Pinot Gris

  • I am Jake Pippin, a wine lover, wine explorer, newly a New Yorker and I have a question. Are Chilean wines on the rise, slowing and steadily gaining momentum and a foot hold in the US or is it new, catchy, the wine of the hour and likely to fade away? I want to know what Snooth members think.Do you see Chilean wines on restaurant lists, by the g... Read More

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  • 1998 was the year Chateauneuf-du-Pape finally got some respect. Don’t me wrong, the wine had maintained a loyal following for years, but more often than not the wines were described as rustic, earthy and in quite a few cases, dirty.1998 was the turning point that changed that impression in consumers’ eyes, or at least those consumers who had yet... Read More

    From the article 1998 Chateauneuf Retrospective

  •  I can't help it, I like lists! And since we are on the cusp of the summer season (almost), why not one based on the summer season, and more specifically: seafood? Of course, the world of seafood is  as varied as this list, and it just as easily could have been a list of 100 ... but one must start somewhere!Here goes:1. Domaine Sainte Lannes Cot... Read More

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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

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