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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Bright yellow color, delicate bouquet of dried pineapple and peach. Full and rich in flavor, yet mineral and refreshing. Fine aromatic flavor to the end.
The Villa Sparina estate was purchased by the Moccagatta family in the late 1970s long before anyone could imagine how popular Italian white wine would become in the decades to follow.
Villa Sparina’s vineyards stretch over 70 hectares in the northern section of the Gavi appellation where the clay marl soils alternate with diluvial and gravelly soils, ideal for the production of richly flavored white wines with immense aging potential.
Lying at altitudes between 250-300 meters a.s.l., the growing sites benefit from the maritime influence of the Mediterranean, about an hour’s drive by car.
The winery vinifies its Cortese grapes in a variety of styles, including a lighter-style expression of Cortese blend from vineyards approximately 30 years in age; the richer,age-worthy Gavi Rotondo from 40-year-old vines; and a sparkling wine aged on its lees for 30 months.
The winery also grows and vinifies Barbera grapes, including a fresher style, stainless-steel aged 100 percent Barbera and a richer barrique-aged cru known as Rivalta, also 100 percent Barbera.
The winery is also known for its distinctive bottle shape. It was inspired by an old bottle that was discovered in the estate’s historic cellar.