Manhattan Liquor Stores
With a family history in the wine and spirits business that dates back to prohibition this company knows a thing or two about alcoholic beverages. A wide selection of special and everyday wines is available as is a delivery service to Manhattan, Nassau county and Westchester.
This store offers organic and biodynamic wines, more than two thirds of its stock is classified this way. It carries wine from all over the world including a unusual gin from Scotland.
This high end warehouse looking wine shop with its concrete decor brings the finest wines from around the world to West Village. wine tastings are frequent and sometimes impromptu.
PJ Wine began serving the people of New York in 1991 with quality vintages and service to match from this Washington Heights location. Wines from several countries including France, Australia and Chile are featured.
This small two room wine store is geared around selections for specific dishes and dining options. The store also offers what it calls 'the perfect case' and this includes 5 reds, 5 whites, 1 sparkling and one dessert wine or port.
The large vault like store has between 700 and 1000 labels in stock, so wine buffs will have plenty to occupy them. It also carries gifts like glassware, board games, books and DVDs.
This store carries over 2500 different wines from all over the world and 1000 spirits. It is located in Washington Heights and stocks top shelf bottles but most are reasonable everyday wines.
This wine store passionately displays its wines with an eye to what goes well with different dining options. Its novel display includes a vintage car that looks like it just drive into the store with a delivery of wine in its trunk.
The owner of this wine store is passionate about the subject being born into an Italian family of winemakers in Rome. He worked as a consultant to various restaurants in New York and then in the 1990s opened this wine bar and retailer.
Wines for everyday of the year are on display at this 19th Street store. With 365 wines organized by the kind of food, including takeout, that it might accompany as well as more traditional categories like organic and biodynamic.
A wine company that survived prohibition in the USA has to have something special about it. Morrell & Company did just that by selling to churches and hospitals. It now brings over 5000 labels to this Rockefeller Center location and specializes in Bordeaux, Brunello and Barolo and California Cabernet.
A good variety of different wines, without having an overwhelming selection is on display at this Murray Hill store on 3rd Avenue. With recommendations from the staff and deliveries available even the most weary customer can purchase with ease.
This wine and spirit store has been part of the Manhattan scene since 1946 and is now in the historic De Vinne Press Building located on 4th and Lafayette. The center has high ceilings and a special cool room for those wines that require extra special handling.
This hi tech wine store has an innovative way for connoisseurs to try out the wines here. It come from Tuscany and is a canny machine that allows around 50 bottles to be open but preserved with argon gas. A swipe card mechanism will entitle one to a 15 milliliter taste.
This place opened its doors in 2001 and specializes in naturally made wines from artisan-like small producers. This means that natural, organic and biodynamic make upper the greater proportion of the wine in stock.
This wine store is the would be connoisseur but novice's prayer providing over 100 bottles in the lower price ranges at the same time as bar code scanning to provide information like food suggestions and about the vineyard.
Buffs will enjoy the display of wines with only a single bottle for each one on the shelf. New and vintage varieties are available as is a wine club and information about collecting wine.
With up to 300 different labels this Harlem wine store can provide options for those wanting organic, biodynamic, dessert and kosher wines. In addition to traditional whites and reds, it carries sake and sparkling wines too.
This modern and snazzy looking wine store keeps to the old world wine regions of Europe only in France, Italy and Germany. The farmers they source from make viticulture into an art form and the modern temperature controlled distribution system ensure the wines reach the US in perfect condition.
Garnet Wines & Liquors has been serving New york with wines since the 1980s. At its upper East side store it has a selection of over 6000 wines from over 20 countries around the world as well as many domestic viti-cultural offerings.
A wide range of vintages is available at this Midtown west store, located in Pennsylvannia Station. It carries a good selection of wines from South American wineries as swell as plenty of domestic options. Gin, vodka, whiskey and scotch are also available.
Focusing on Italian wine and spirits is no challenge for this wine store and it has a traditional old word theme to it. Classes to introduce novices to the grapes and vineyards of Italy are also available.
The owners at this Tribeca store are passionate about their wine and bring that enthusiasm to the vintages on offer. The store will assist with choice of wine to accompany different foods and they also run wine tasting events.
Acker, Merrall and Condit are a wine merchant shop that was founded in 1820. It has a philosophy of sharing the wine experience and has created auctions, education, tastings and a wine club to encourage this.
This store stocks over 5000 brands and the range is from the cheapest bottle of plonk to a rare experience for the palate. It also has kosher wines and sakes and provides a half hour delivery service.
This upscale wine store displays all its wines horizontally so labels are easy to see and information is supplied vertically so they are easy to read. Frequent tastings are held by the store to help patrons identify new wines to try.
This contemporary wine store has a simple style with concrete floors and wooden tables. It began categorizing wine in 1996 as soft, juicy, big, fresh and luscious and maintains a wine for everyday use take on its stock.
This modern and contemporary wine store carries a wide range if viticulture products in its Warren Street store. The store is huge with over 4,500 square feet but only a fraction is used to display the wines.
Those who are partial to wine from the regions of Spain will enjoy perusing the shelves of this store which stocks exclusively wines from that part of Europe. It is on 1st Avenue in the East Village area of Manhattan.
Delivery in Manhattan is free from this alcoholic beverage store, providing customer place a minimum order. The wines and spirits available are both imported and domestic.
IS-WINE is located in the West Village area of Manhattan and stocks both old and new world wines. Free tastings are available on certain days and the staff will provide assistance with recommendations to accompany dinner.
Wines from California, France and Italy are the focus of this Tribeca store. Aficionados of viti-cultural products will enjoy the choices and information available here.
Wine connoisseurs will relish the opportunity to try out this store in the West Village. It has a selection of wines from Argentina, Chile, France, Italy, New Zealand, Portugal and the USA to entertain and delight customers.
This store specializes in Burgundy wines but also carries a broad range of all kinds of wine. It provides maps of popular and obscure wine regions and hosts tasting events too. They also hand out tastings of recent additions to the store at the door.
This store has a high ceiling and oak interior with sliding ladders that provide access to top-end bottles from the 8000 in stock. With two floors there is much to chose from in this large wine selection.
The wines here are selected for their immediacy. So customers wanting to buy to keep and watch their vintages improve with age should probably steer away from this West Village store. Customers wanting to drink their purchases pretty much immediately will be delighted.
This Gramercy area store has been serving wine and associated beverages here since the 1940s. The stores claim to fame is the largest stock of Long Island wines in the world after the owner went on a buying spree after the droughts of the late 1980s created good conditions for wine in the area.
This wine store favors old-world styles from family run farms and small vineyards like Burgundy’s fourth-generation Domaine Rollin. It also offers advice about which wines to enjoy with different menus.
This store has been bringing the bouquets and flavors of wines from around the world to the Upper East side of Manhattan. The sore is located on 1st Avenue near 85th Street.
Sakaya specializes in sake, the premier alcoholic wine like drink consumed in Japan. It is made from rice, water and yeast and the East Village store has hundreds to choose from.
This broad ranging wine store has stocks from 13 different producing nations around the world. It will deliver for free in Manhattan with no minimum order and holds special tasting sessions.