To all our friends, customers and neighbors in Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bed-Stuy & beyond,
We can’t tell you how proud we are to be a part of this neighborhood! You’re the best and you proved it last night!!! We love you!!!
Please join us to celebrate our one year anniversary – the wine definitely tastes sweeter now:-)
Saturday, November 8 Noon to 10pm
From mimosas and croissants to Bourbon and BBQ and everything else in between.
Jazz Jam Session from 3pm to 6pm hosted by: Illustrious Fort Greener Jeff Newell of New Trad Quartet
Don’t be shy – bring your voice, horn or other instrument and jump in! Extra discounts and prizes!!!
Food from our favorite neighborhood restaurants:
Abistro, Almondine, Chez Lola, Choice Market, iCi,
Manee Thai, Scopello, The Smoke Joint, & Tamboril
No RSVP required – just stop in anytime! We look forward to seeing you.
Friday, February 1, 6-9pm Philippe DOLLO “Les Dollo de Dini” photographs from Mali 2002 & 2005
Please stop by on Friday to view our new photography exhibit by my close friend Philippe Dollo – a Bed-Stuy resident – and enjoy a wide selection of really cool African wines. 20% of all proceeds from the sale of these photographs goes directly to the Dollo of Dini.
has an ancient wine-making tradition dating back over 2000 years and more recently refined during French colonization. These vineyards are located to the south of the imperial city of Meknes at the foothills of the Atlas Mountains.
2005 Les Trois Domaines, Guerrouane Rouge
A blend of Carignan, Cinsault and Alicante-Bouchet, this is the ubiquitous table wine served at almost every Parisian couscous restaurant. Smooth and easy. The Appellation Guerrouane is a region of northern Morocco, located south to the imperial city of Meknes at the foothills of the atlas Mountains in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediteranean Sea. This area has been known for producing wines for more than 2000 years at the times of the roman empire. (Related: 2007 Les Trois Domaines, Guerrouane Rouge )
2005 Amazir, Beni M’Tir
A deeper, darker, more tannic and more ambitious version of the Guerrouane. Also made from Carignan, Cinsault and Alicante-Bouchet.
A fascinating story of seven South African sisters whose family was splintered during apartheid but reunited twenty years later to create this heroic winery. They produce seven wines, each carefully selected to match the style and personality of each sister. Click to see their story on Youtube