The Winery

(212)222-4866 4 Clifton Road
London, NY W9 1SS
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The Winery is a wine boutique located in the south Harlem, focusing on small-production boutique wines from both the new and old worlds. Our mission is to research and offer quality wines from producers who carefully craft wines with artful skills and a respect to the nature and the environment. Many of our wines are environmentally friendly. Some are organic and biodynamic while others are sustainably grown. Majority of wine producers, however, choose not to print it on the label because the time- and money-consuming approval process is cumbersome. Further more, quite naturally, they do not want to loose protective options in case disastrous pests and diseases hit their vineyards. We like to enjoy wine as a part of our day-to-day life, so we keep the price under $20 for the most of our selection. For those who want something special, we also offer undiscovered top-notch wines from major appellations. The Winery is a community base store. We try our best to support local communities and non Read more »

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  • Pinotage

    History of the grape: In 1925, Stellenbosch University Chief Horticulture Professor Abraham Izak Perold created the P...

  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

  • Chenin Blanc

    History of the grape: Modern day French oenologist Pierre Galet states Chenin Blanc has been in France at least since...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • The Eagle Screams into Burgundy Screaming Eagle Owner Buys Majority Stake in Burgundy's Bonneau du MartrayLe Bault de la Morinière family sells after more than two centuries; owner of the Denver Nuggets and Los Angeles Rams buys his first winery outside U.S.By Bruce SandersonStan Kroenke, the American businessman who owns Screaming Eagle, Jonata... Read More

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  • http://www.winespectator.com/webfeature/show/id/Gallo-Buys-Stagecoach-VineyardSaw this article interested on insights on Stagecoach and impact of Gall buying Read More

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  • Most Bohéme wines are wonderful. Kurt does a great job. There are always ... sold for 50% off that means the winery couldn't move it at 75% off or they never would have sold it to the retailer at that price. So one can only imagine how great that 70% off retail wine must be. (winery unloaded it for .15¢ on the dolla Read More

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  • Pobega'd a '15 Bedrock Limerick Lane Zinfandel today after coming home from the winery. Hour 2 and it beginning to blossom. Delicious. Read More

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  • V V - That one sounds nice.  How long would you hang onto a white wine from that winery?  I start worrying about white wines once they are past five years.Tonight we had a wonderful time and it didn't cost me a nickel.  We were taken out to dinner at a Korean restaurant, then driven over to National Harbor to ride the ferris wheel.  It was crowd... Read More

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  • Maverick Estate Winery Rubeus 2014

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    This relatively new winery from Oliver BC has produced a fine, if non-traditional, blend of Syrah and Merlot (with a smattering of Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon); colour is opaque, dark cherry with a scent of crushed cherry and cedar frond. The palate introduces some Syrah pedigree with deep red fruit, tannic pucker (leather), a hint of smoke, c... Read More

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  • Looking for a really full bodied red wine - the more robust the better, up to $150ish. Thanks!   Read More

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  • So in the winter do they yank out the bottles and put in the cordwood?Your uncle's work sounds like a smaller, DIY version of the project that led to some caves on the other side of the Mayacamas in eastern Sonoma (see snaps below). At the beginning of the '80s as an early if small shareholder I visited what was becoming Carmanet Vineyards (late... Read More

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  • EM - Sandra's oyster assessment:  The west coast oysters are more delicate, have a cucumber taste and the further north you get them from the better they are.  The east coast oysters are brinier, generally less delicate (larger) and again the further north you go (PEI) the better they are.DM - I'm certainly not going to address each and every ph... Read More

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  • Hey JD, love Mellow Mushroom, although they've closed many of their ... be ... be after purchasing this at the winery four years ago. Kind of hot, somewhat heavy and unbalanced. A good hit of over ripe black cherry Nyquil, soft integrated tannins, low amount of acidity and a medium length finish.  Maybe my palate has changed since this visit a... Read More

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