Harlem Wine Gallery was opened in December of 2016, by owners Pascal and Daneen Lewis. Pascal and Daneen have lived in Harlem for over 30 years. After raising their two sons, Pascal and Daneen embarked on a new journey to start a local business in their beloved community.
Harlem Wine Gallery is a small, boutique wine shop, where the community can taste and purchase artisanal wines from all over the world. With a dedicated space for learning more about wines, we organize community and private events. Tastings are open to the public and are every Friday 6-8pm. To learn more, get on our mailing list!
Harlem Wine Gallery carries the largest selection of wines by black winemakers and by black-owned wine companies in the New York City metropolitan area. Harlem Wine Gallery also carries a large selection of local wines from New York State and natural wines.
Harlem Wine Gallery is starting a Wine of the Month Club and we are currently welcoming new members. For inquiries, please email us: email@example.com
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Good California Cabernets in this price range are a rarity, but this wine made Eric Asimov’s recent “Top 20 Reds under $20” article in the New York Times. “Foxglove is the reliable value arm of Varner Wine, which makes fine Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs [and which Joel has visited]. Foxglove expands that range with moderately priced wines like this Paso Robles Cabernet, which is bold and intense yet not at all a fruit bomb. It’s juicy and balanced and will go well with steaks and chops.” Varner Vineyards is the life and love of Jim and Bob Varner. Bob is the winemaker, Jim is the business guy. They grow the grapes for their estate Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays around the winery in Santa Cruz. The grapes for the foxglove wines are purchased. The Cabernet Sauvignon, which is a nearly 11,000-case cuvée, comes from northern Paso Robles from all hillside vineyards and represents a soft, round, juicy, succulent style of Cabernet. It has black and red currants, loamy soil notes and plenty of juiciness. The wine is delicious and best drunk over the next 2-3 years.