Wine Legacy

1-800-677-8980 80 Newtown Plaza
Plainview, NY 11803
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Overview As experienced online wine merchants, Wine Legacy knows many wine lovers who find it difficult to remember the name of that outstanding wine they had at a restaurant or tried at a recent social gathering. Have you ever walked into your local liquor store and asked the salesperson for a wine recommendation, only to be offered whatever might be on sale? Selecting and purchasing wine can be quite confusing, considering there are thousands of different vineyards producing similar styles of wines (Merlot, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Shiraz), each of which may taste completely different. At Wine Legacy, our mission is to make it easy for you to buy wine online and to enjoy premium quality wines shipped right to your doorstep or gift recipient. Wines Offered for Online Wine Purchasing It’s easy to buy wine online from Wine Legacy. We bring you a hand-picked selection of Highlighted Wines, from Sonoma County red wines to white wines from Chile, that changes up to 3 times per month. We also try to carry Read more »

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  • From where I sit one would imagine that I have some insight into the wine market. Enough at least to foresee what might happen over the extreme short term, the next 12 months or so. Of course it is just as likely that I have no particular insight, a view too narrow to see what is happening all around us.Of course witnessing, and recalling, what ... Read More

    From the article 4 Predictions for 2014


  • Hi Victoria,My name is Darren.  I live in Victoria (that sounds weird now).I was in Penticton one year ago and did a two day power tour.  A friend and I went through 22 wineries in two days.  We knew what we were looking to taste though...so we declined all white and asked for the big stuff.  Several said they didn't open it for tasting, and we'... Read More

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  • Hello fellow Snoothers! Over recent years, I’ve attended numerous tasting events, co-founded a monthly wine club, ventured the estates of some of the finest wineries of the Okanagan region (Canada) and experimented with winemaking. To me, wine is more than a beverage - it is a passion! Wine, however, is such a broad topic that I still greatly cl... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello fellow Snoothers!


  • Jennifer - when the Greeks landed in Italy, they thought it was just the perfect place for grapes. The Phonecians had been there before and thought the same thing. They started showing up somewhere around 2000 BC, so Italy has been noted for grapes for a long, long time. Probably has more varieties than any other country in the world. Grapes cam... Read More

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  • I'm continuing to try to broaden my wine horizons and try a broad spectrum of new wines.I was lucky enough to find a neat store that only sells Italian wines. And holy cow, did this ever open my eyes to a slew of new-to-me grape varieties! I bought a case of wine - most bottles made from grapes I've never heard of. I figure such complex diversit... Read More

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  • Legacy Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2008

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    Found this to be a top notch wine! Read More

    Wine review by JMCUSMC


  • Help!Ok, ok...there's no crisis here in Dallas. However, I do have quandary. I just haven't developed an affinity for varietal New World pinot noir and I'm wondering what I'm missing. I'm looking for suggestions from you Snoothers.Keep in mind that I live in the Great (or Not So Great) State of Texas, where it's considerably more difficult to ac... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pinot Noir for Skeptics?


  • This past week the cycling pros took part in Paris-Nice, also known as the race to the sun - it starts in Paris and travels South ending in Nice.  The fifth stage started in Chateauneuf du Pape.The Catholic Church also welcomed a new Pope, which always reminds me of how Chateauneuf du Pape got its name (courtesy of Pope Clement V back in the 130... Read More

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  • My friends moved recently to Phoenix, so on my first visit there, we ventured out to some of the wine country in Arizona.  I wasn't able to get notes from every winery, but the ones I did are included here.  Some tasty surprises and some are near Sedona, which is a beautiful destination to visit.We began at Alcantara Vineyard.  Nice property wit... Read More

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  • Alves de Sousa Quinta da Gaivosa Lbv Port 1999

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    Port wine hails from the Douro valley in central Portugal, a region connected by the Douro River to the (appropriately named) port city of Porto. The production and export of Port wine remains a pillar of the Portuguese economy, and its historical role was so crucial that the region of Douro was demarcated as the worlds first wine region in 1756... Read More

    Wine review by terroir360


  • They are the only one I could find that sold my wine in the U.S.

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  • I found the wine I wanted, but the shipping was more expensive than the wine! Crazy.

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