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  • Talitha Whidbee at Vine Wine

    Talitha Whidbee at Vine Wine

     Talitha Whidbee of Vine Wine If you live near Williamsburg, drink wine in Williamsburg, or have friends who do either, then chances are you've been to Vine Wine, the neighborhood's go to boutique for any curious consumer. Sherry, Pet Nat, magnums of rosé, Basque cider, and biodynamic. Vine Wine ...

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  • Passport Terroir, Celebrating 20 Years!

    Passport Terroir, Celebrating 20 Years!

    Thank you to everyone who came to celebrate an amazing 20 Years with us at The Public Theater.  Stay tuned for images from the event tomorrow, and in the mean time, check out our instagram uploads at tedwardwines, along with those of hawk_wakawaka.  Cheers!...

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  • Donostia -- A Slice of Basque Country in the East Village

    Donostia -- A Slice of Basque Country in the East Village

    "The Basque have been coming out of the woodwork," said Jorge de Yarza, who along with his partner Marissa Miller is the proprietor at Donostia, a slice of Basque Country in the East Village.  "We never knew so many Basque were in New York!"  Open in the morning for Café Con Leche and Tortillas,...

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  • Completing the Book on Amontillado

    Completing the Book on Amontillado

    Manzanilla in the Solera at La Cigarrera Last week, Eric Asimov of the New York Times, published a piece on Sherry, titled “The Book on Amontillado”.  And while we’re glad for the attention that he’s given to sherry over the past few years, we thought it necessary to turn the page in that boo...

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  • The Rare Beauties of El Maestro Sierra

    The Rare Beauties of El Maestro Sierra

    After Monday's seminar on "Running the Scales", Ana Cabestrero, the capataz at El Maestro Sierra, spoke with us about some of the bodega's rarer sherries, beginning with El Maestro Sierra Amontillado 1830 VORS.  Bottled once a year from two 2,000L butts only, "The 1830 is almost a fino amontilla...

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  • Sherry Cocktails at Blue Ribbon Izakaya

    Sherry Cocktails at Blue Ribbon Izakaya

    Katie Stipe of Last Call Consulting Big thanks to everyone who came out for sherry cocktails last night at Blue Ribbon Izakaya.  We've come a long ways since the days of the sherry cobbler, and while we still enjoy a classic bamboo, we opted to invite three mixologists to craft original cockt...

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  • Running the Scales with El Maestro Sierra

    Running the Scales with El Maestro Sierra

    Yesterday we hosted the vivacious Ana Cabestrero, who oversees El Maestro Sierra, for two informative seminars on "Running the Scales," where she talked and tasted us through the process of turning Mosto to fino.  Founded in 1832 by master carpenter Jose Antonio Sierra, who start...

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  • Sherry Cocktails & Fresh Fino

    Sherry Cocktails & Fresh Fino

    As the "ultimate natural wine" Sherry fits perfectly into our summer cocktail program, because nothing better encapsulates a summer's ocean breeze than fresh Manzanilla or Fino.  "Flor is like plankton," said André Tamers of De Maison Selections, "the closer you are to the Atlantic, the more vig...

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  • Bodegas La Cigarrera

    Bodegas La Cigarrera

    Ignacio Hildago of Bodegas La Cigarrera "I belong to the ninth generation," said Ignacio Hildago, of Bodegas La Cigarrera–the oldest winery in Sanlucar to remain in its original location.  Operating since 1758, La Cigarrera ideally resides in the barrio bajo, the lower part of the Sanlucar pl...

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  • Bodegas César Florido

    Bodegas César Florido

    César Florido A fifth generation descendant of his bodegas' founder, César Florido is one of the world's few remaining Almacenistas who happens to reside oceanside in Chipiona, a village that was once considered outside of the 'official' Sherry triangle.  And though Bodegas César Florido is l...

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