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At Frankly Wines, we offer our version of the well-stocked wine closet: a well-edited selection of daily essentials, quirky finds, and higher end treasures for when you’re feeling flush.

You’ll also find wines and spirits from most major (and minor) regions of the world. We make sure every bottle represents great value – we spend as much time selecting the $10 bottles as the fancier stuff.

Browse our full selection or scroll down to see our featured wines, spirits, and Sampler Packs.

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Featured Wine: HOLIDAY HOURS


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11AM - 8PM

10AM - 2PM
(and not one minute later)

FRIDAY (11/27):
11AM - 8PM

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Sampler Packs: YO GOBBLE GOBBLE: Thanksgiving Recos

turkey dinner.jpgThis is the seventh Thanksgiving at Frankly Wines.  And if I’ve learned anything, it’s that many people really don't want to think too much about what they're pouring for Thanksgiving. Sure, some of you do want to discuss the intricacies of your various side dishes or the specific ingredients in your stuffing – and we’re here for you! But for everyone else, we've put together our annual grab-and-go options.

We have three different THANKSGIVING IN A BOX 3-PACKS, each including a red, white and rose (or cider). Or go whole hog (or turkey, really) with our YO GOBBLE GOBBLE 6-PACK SAMPLER. We're confident you'll find something that will make your turkey thankful that it wound up at your house.

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING IN A BAG: Turkey 101 3-PACK

turkey dinner.jpgA red, a white, a sparkling cider. All tasty, easy-drinking crowd pleasers that won't offend your turkey (or your crazy aunt.)

Pack includes:

Sinols Negre Emporda Red 2012 (Spain)
Neil Prentice Ramato Pinot Gris 2011 (Victoria, Australia)
Shacksbury Classic Craft Cider (Middlebury, Vermont
(2 375ml bottles)

Price: $35

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING IN A BAG: Turkey Day Upgrade 3-PACK

turkey dinner.jpgShow your bird a little love and upgrade the liquid portion of your dinner.

Pack includes:

Dufaitre Beaujolais Village Nouveau 2015 (Beaujolais, France)
Bloomer Creek Tanzen Dame Edelzwicker Black Cap 2013 (Finger Lakes, NY)

Farnum Hill Cider NV (Lebanon, New Hampshire)

Price: $50

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING IN A BAG: Platinum Stuffing 3-PK

turkey dinner.jpgLove your dinner guests and want to splurge on the wine? This 3-Pack is for you. Don’t love them so much (we hear this a lot) and need a little liquid consolation? This 3-Pack is also for you.

Pack includes:

Didier Chaffardon Douze Heures Angevignes Chenin Blanc 2012 (Loire, France) 
Les Foulards Rouges La Vierge Rouge 2014 (Rhone, France,

Eden Dry Sparkling Cider NV (Northeast Kingdom, Vermont)

Price: $75

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING IN A BAG: Yo Gobble Gobble 6-Pack

turkey dinner.jpgAll you need to set your holiday table.  Reds, whites, bubbles, and a bottle of brilliant booze to cap it all off. Pack includes 2 reds, 2 whites, 1 sparkling cider, and a bottle of crazy good pear brandy. All for $125.

Pack includes:

Les Foulards Rouges La Vierge Rouge 2014 (Rhone, France)
Weingut Dr Heger Pinot Noir (Liter) 2013 (Baden, Germany)
Didier Chaffardon Douze Heures Angevignes Chenin Blanc 2012 (Loire, France)
Neil Prentice Ramato Pinot Gris 2011 (Victoria, Australia)
Eden Dry Sparkling Cider NV (Northeast Kingdom, Vermont)
Germain-Robin Pear de Pear NV (50 Proof) (Ukaih, California)

Price: $125

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Featured Wine: (Good) Beaujolais Nouveau

What? Did I Just type "good" nouveau? Does such a thing really exist?

Of course it does... And we have two. With a third arriving in December. (From Foillard - better late than never.) We weren't sure any would arrive on time because unlike the big guy nouveau, these little guys aren't using winemaking tricks to make absolutely certain the bottles get to the US for the official 3rd Thursday in November release date. No enzymes, no banana yeasts, no added sugar and minimal/ low sulphur additions.... just a hope and prayer that the wine finishes fermenting in time to make the boat.

Now just to manage your expectations: these wines are not supposed to be uber-serious. They are supposed to be delicious, glubbable, throw-it back goodness. These are the sorts of wine that make you smile and then let you go about your business (which could very well involve finishing the bottle yourself.) Seriously delicious? yes. Seriously serious? Save that for another time. Wines are just below:



Good Beaujolais Nouveau (Part 1): Dufaitre

dufaitre bottle2.jpgL. et R. Dufaitre Beaujolais-Village Nouveau 2015:

We've worked with this lovely Beaujolais Nouveau since its first U.S. appearance in 2013. We're never quite sure it will arrive - but every year importer Jenny & Francois manage a minor miracle and it clears customs just in time for the official 3rd Thursday arrival date. The vineyards for this wine are mainly in the village of Brouilly, so just like the non-nouveau Dufaitre wines, it's ligher, red-fruity and very very pretty.

This one looks like a jewel in the glass and tastes like liquid sunshine.

Price: $15.99

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Featured Wine: Good Beaujolais Nouveau (Part 2): Maison PUR

PUR mags.jpgMaison PUR Beaujolais Nouveau 2015:

This tends to be a more more "serious" nouveau, and that holds true this year as well. Darker fruit than the Dufaitre, and a touch more concentrated. Silky and fresh with a hint of earthiness.

And as they say, go big or go home... because we have MAGNUMS!

Bring one to Thanksgiving dinner and your turkey will be very happy.

Price: $35.99 (for a magnum!)

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Fleurie.jpgMaison B. Perraud Fleurie 2014 (Fleurie, Beaujolais, France): 

Isabelle and Bruno Perraud make this Fleurie and I love it. I love pretty much everything from Maison B. Perraud and buy as much as I can direct from one of my favorite importers, Jeffery Alpert. In many cases, to get these wines you’ll either need to visit the Perrauds in France, or visit me. And while French winemakers may be charming, Frankly Wines is much more convenient! 

So… the wine… it hits all the right “thinking wine” buttons – no mucking around in the winery, minimal sulfur addition, great care taken in the vineyards, blah blah blah. And bonus points because it’s quite delicious. It’s one of those wines that shows best with a slight chill (don't be afraid, we're very serious about this) and can go for days without losing its tastiness. Dark berry fruits, mulberry skins, underlying minerality and texture that manages to be a touch silky and crunchy all at once. (‘Crunchy??’ Yes, crunchy. Think of that snap of freshness when you bite into an apple. That’s crunchy. And it’s a very good thing.) Pick one up one to try. And then come back for more!

Price: $29.99

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING RECO: Our $150 Sampler Case - tweaked for turkey

We're tweeked our Fall Sampler Case to make it an ideal match for Thanksgiving. A range of reds and whites, as well as a rose and a bottle of cider that will go perfectly with the traditional turkey-day spread, And if you don't manage to make it through all 12 bottles on Turkey Day, you'll have excellent selections for the pre-winter days that follow.

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You’ll get 12 bottles (5 reds, 4 whites, 1 rose, and 1 cider/sparkling) reflecting a variety of grapes, styles, and region. These wines will not be your usual suspects – so unless you’re an uber-wine-geek, you’ll likely discover something new. Tasting notes are included.

Price: $150….and that includes sales tax.

Please note - NO FURTHER DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THIS CASE. $137 is already a 20% discount off the full price of these bottles. Please also keep in mind, this is a set case. The only time we’ll make substitutions is if something is out of stock and we need to swap in another wine.

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Sampler Packs: THANKSGIVING SUGGESTION: Our Upgraded Autumn Sampler Case ($250)

Our $250 Sampler Case is great. It's packed with great wines for this Autumn weather. We've selected some of our favorites for early Holiday parties, from more prestigious sites or more sought-after producers. Great if you'd like something a little more sophisticated.

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You’ll get 12 bottles (6 reds, 4 whites, 1 rose, 1 sparkling) reflecting a variety of grapes, styles, and region. These wines will not be your usual suspects – so unless you’re an uber-wine-geek, you’ll likely discover something new. Tasting notes are included.

Price: $250….and that includes sales tax.

Please note - NO FURTHER DISCOUNTS APPLY TO THIS CASE. $229 is already a 20% discount off the full price of these bottles. Please also keep in mind, this is a set case. The only time we’ll make substitutions is if something is out of stock and we need to swap in another wine.

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Fuenteseca Tequila fuenteseca 9-yr.jpg9 Year Cosecha 2003 (Jalisco, Mexico)

Some bottles are gimmicks, others are legends. Take a look at the vintage on this tequila.... What the Scots have done for peat and barely, Fuenteseca have accomplished for maguey. This is a rare encounter with greatness. Let this 9-year of tremendous caliber work its transformative magic. It's one boldly aged tequila that will create far more memories than it obliterates!

Price: $192.99

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Featured Wine: THANKSGIVING RECO: Mystery Bottles

mystery - 4 multi.jpgIf ever there was a meal made for our Mystery Bottles, it's Thanksgiving! A tableful of flavors and foods and nothing really goes with anything wine-wise. And maybe you know what your host likes or maybe you don't or maybe you do and you don't care and there's no way you're spending more than $20/bottle for something your crazy uncle is just going to mix with his soda.

The solution to everything? (Well, it's Riesling, but no one every believes us about that so...) MYSTERY BOTTLES

Give us $20 (that’s $18.37 + sales tax) and we’ll give you a bottle of wine, already wrapped, tasting note included. It’s sort of like Las Vegas in a bag – sometimes you’ll win a little, sometimes you’ll lose a little – and sometimes you’ll hit the jackpot! On average, you’ll wind up with a wine that would normally retail in the low twenties.

Each bottle includes a brief tasting so your tablemates will know what they’re about to open. The note also lets you know the bottle’s original price (just so you know.)

Price: $18.37 ($20 including tax)

Specificy RED or WHITE in the comments box at check out.

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Featured Wine: Wine You Never Knew You Needed: Rhone Valley Gamay

souteronne2.jpgDomaine Romaneaux-Destezat “La Souteronne” 2014:

This wine is from a small estate, founded in 1993 by Herve Souhaut.  When we say small, we mean a whopping 2,500 cases produced annually, across several wines.  (If you’re still learning wine math, that’s not a lot of wine.) Herve’s wines are considered darlings of the Paris natural wine bar scene, but are only just starting to make their way over here. (Perhaps because the Parisians prefer to keep the wines for themselves?)

The estate is located in the northern Rhone Valley, home to some of the best Syrah in the world – and Herve does make some great Syrah-based wines. But it’s his Gamay that we’re really crazy about. There’s not a lot of Gamay kicking around in this region, but this little patch of old vines does very nice things in the bottle. The wine has the bright, vibrant red fruits typical of the grape, but on the finish, there’s a kick of black pepper more typical of the Rhone Valley. It’s complex, a little geeky, and highly drinkable – a mix that we find irresistible.

Pretend you’re a cool kid in a Parisian wine bar, and have yourself a taste.

Price: $29.99

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Fancy Pants Wine: The Hills are Alive... with Altesse!

Altesse.jpgLes Grangeons de l Albarine Altesse en Paradis 2013 (Bugey, France):

If there were ever a moment for personification of a grape, it is when describing the Savoie / Bugey beauty Altesse. She is the fresh air that graces the valley, gazing upon the alps. She is graceful and innocent. She wears cranberry silk slips and strappy kitten heels and a flatteringly floral fragrance formulated just for her in a fancy Parisian parfumerie. Imagine Maria, from the Sound of Music, post-nunnery, on a trip to post-war Paris.

Or forget all that and just trust us - this is lovely, lovely wine. 

It's made from the altesse grape, grown in Bugey (which is not the same thing as the Savoie), made by young vigneron Luc Bauer in a converted barn in the Albarine Valley. It is unmanipulated: farmed organically, fermented spontaneously, with very low additions of SO2. It's rolly poly but light on its feet. Silky with crunchy minerality and bright, fresh yellow apple notes with a textured, lasting finish. It's one of our favorite things. (OK, OK, enough with the Sound of Music references.)

Price: $29.99

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Fancy Pants Wine: BRING ON THE BUBBLES: The One That's Absolutely Singing

Laval rose with chalk.jpgGeorge Laval Champagne Premier Cru Cumières Brut Nature Rose NV (Champagne, France):

In the world of Champagne rosé, this is a stunning value. It's the Champagne rosé that left a lasting impression: it's developed a nose of ripe, luscious strawberries balanced by pastry crust. We've been drinking a lot of this lately because it's just so damn good. It's singing - Lalalalalaval - can you hear it?

Laval's fruit is pristine; organically grown with minimal intervention in the winery. The result is unforgettable and the color is the perfect blushing-bride-after-her-wedding-night shade of pink. (Disgorged 10.31.2013)

Price: $119.99

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Fancy Pants Wine: Fog Monster: Swartland Meets Amador County

Fog Monster is the California project of Chris and Andrea Mullineux (of the celebrated Swartland winery Mullineux Wines). It’s one way Andrea stays connected to her West Coast homeland while keeping one foot in South Africa, her husband’s native land. Named for great fogbanks that roll through the Sierra Foothills, both Fog Monster cuvées are undeniably influenced by the unique climate of Amador County.

Fog Monster Chenin 2.jpgFog Monster Chenin Blanc Story Vineyard 2012 (Amador County, California):

This wine comes from ungrafted vines of chenin blanc, planted at about 1900 feet above sea level in the Story Vineyard. This is the same vineyard site used by Sandlands winemaker Tegan Passalacqua, but Andrea's using carbonic maceration here, which translates to more skin contact and a very silky, round body. A touch of oxidation adds more richness to this already luxurious wine while white flowers grace the nose. This is Californian chenin blanc at its most debonair.

Price: $52.99
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Fancy Pants Wine: Fog Monster: Swartland Meets Amador County

Fog Monster Grenache.jpgFog Monster Grenache Shake Ridge Vineyard 2012 (Amador County, California):

This cuvee comes from grenache vines planted in the Shake Ridge vineyard at about 1300 feet above sea level. To garner the best possible texture and structure from this cuvee, Andrea uses whole-cluster fermentation. The result is a Grenache that is firm, not flabby or overly fruity, with a round, soft mouth feel and a nose of dusty, perfectly ripe raspberries and early morning fog. If you've tried the Tribute to Grace Shakeridge Grenache, this is an alternative expression of the same site. We you think you should try them both - consider it part of your vinous education.

Price: $52.99
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Featured Wine: CIDER REVOLUTION: Party like it's 1776

Burr 2x2.jpgCider is having a moment. This is especially exciting for New Yorkers because there's some great cider coming out of the Empire State. Including the ever-impressive (and ever-sold-out) ciders from Aaron Burr Cidery. If you subscribe to Alice Feiring’s Feiring Line Newsletter, you’re already in the know. If not, read below and acquaint yourself with these delicious, crazy cool bottlings. (We bet you'll want to take that whole "apple a day" thing very seriously.)

Founded in 2011 by Andy Brennan and Polly Giragosian, the cidery is on a plot of land which Cornell's Agriculture school deemed horrible for apple trees. Thank goodness they ignored the advice of experts and started a cidery on the property anyway. Production size is tiny and batches include estate-grown and foraged apples from varieties that look back to the original colonial times when cider saw its original glory days. Unfiltered, naturally sparkling – these ciders are just plain awesome.

At the moment, we have a few bottlings in stock. When they are gone, they are gone until the next wave of releases in the spring. So if you want some, act fast. Notes on two are below. To see what else is in stock, go to the WINES page and search on BURR.




burr ginger apple2.jpgNew York apples. Chinatown ginger and…. (bonus ingredient)… carrot.

The Aaron Burr Ginger Apple Cider will put all flavored vodkas, whiskies, and whatever else the big guys are pushing to shame.

The FDA wouldn’t approve, but if we had a head cold, this would be the cure.

Price: $27.99

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burr east branch.jpgHomestead Locational Ciders. This is one of those. As always, it's made in teeny tiny quantities and named after the location where the apples were foraged.

This one is from the East Branch/Upper Delaware River (which despite the name is NOT in Delaware.) The official notes say that it's off-dry, but you won't notice much sweetness. It's the perfect combination of tart acid and firm tannin without the funk or spice you'll get on some ciders. Not that we don't love a little funky spicy goodness - but this particular bottling is a clean, lean, apple machine.

Price: $26.99 (500ml)

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What? You need more reasons? It’s $50 bucks a month, including sales tax, for two to four bottles selected by us.

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A little over a year ago, the Chateau Musar Rose arrived on US shores

Not the Jeune, which is the deeply colored $20-ish cinsault-based rose. This is not that. Its own thing. A very rare creature...... dare I call it a unicorn?  I had heard of it, glimpsed images of it in the background of photos, perhaps seen it in dreams.

musar rose library.jpgBut it wasn't until I actually visited the actual cellars of Chateau Musar, and had a very wonderful dinner with my traveling group at the home of the Hochar family, that I actually tasted it. After much begging and pleading, the 2012 (that was the current vintage, even in 2014) finally arrived on US shores.

And last summer, in London, I had a chance to taste the 1995 and 1996.

Yes... 20 year old roses... and they were amazing. If you had a chance to try the Lopez de Heredia Rosado that was the coolest thing going about five years ago, that would be the closest comparison. Like that one, this is not a fruity rose. It was very slightly oxidative, with an almost flor-like note under the ghostly fruit quality. But it's richer, silkier, more densely textured, but without heaviness. There was a hint of savory spice and the whiff of memories forgotten and the magical, mystical quality that always seems to swirl around Chateau Musar.

In practical terms? Those old roses were awesome.

So... while I don't have any of the 1995 and 1996 to sell, I do have some more recent library stock. Less than a case each of 2006 and 2001. Yes: 2006 and 2001.

Some technical details? It's the same base wine as the whites - made from the mystical old vines of obidah and merwah - with the addition of a bit of cinsault for color and a subtle berry note. Given the extreme ageability of the both Musar reds and whites, it shouldn't be a surprise that this is a rose that can age. So don't be afraid to hide some away.

And don't wait to grab some - I may not be able to get more.

Price List:
2006 - $62.99
2001 - $79.99

To buy, go to our WINES page
Search: MUSAR
Select ROSE on the dropdown menu

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Spirits : OH SO CUTE!: Kings County Distillery

kings county.JPGFounded in 2010, Kings County Distillery is the oldest distillery in New York City, the first since Prohibition. Crazy, isn't it? Crazy good, more like. They use New York grown grain and corn and traditional distilling methods to make their craft unaged corn whiskey, a.k.a moonshine, to bourbon whiskey and even a chocolate whiskey.

They come in 200ml flasks which are the perfect size for your back pocket or your purse. They're quite tasty and cute.

#drinklocal #drinkny

Price: $21.99 to $23.99
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Featured Wine: AN UNLIKLEY VINEYARD: More wines on the way.


We're (temporarily) out of Deirdre's wines. It looks like more than a few of you saw that feature in the New York Times. But more will be coming soon. We'll be getting the tiny production Grace and Favour still and sparkling, some Harlots and Ruffians, a bit of Lupo in Bocca, and maybe a touch more of the Ci Confondos. So if you'd like to be put in the loop, send us an email and we'll keep you posted.

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We've been lucky enough to host Deirdre Heekin, author of An Unlikely Vineyard: The Education of a Farmer and Her Quest for Terroir and grower of otherworldly (OK, that other world = Vermont) wine for a number of in-shop tastings and book signing. She's poured us her just-released crop of petnat sparklers as well as her unique and delicious still wines. And now the secret is really out - her wines have just received a very large, very beautiful, very well-deserved feature in the New York Times!

We love selling Deirdre's wines. They are liquid proof that native grapes and New England weather are not incompatible with organic farming and beautiful wines. To see what's available, go to our WINES page and search on "garagista"

We also have copies of Deirdre's book, noted by the New York Times as one of last year’s top wine books, which spins a wonderfully practical account of realizing her vision of a living farm with a table at its center. Balancing rural romance with the real concerns of sinking hands into dirt, it’s filled with tips and inspiration for the existing gardener. And it will have armchair green thumbs ready to run off and buy a tractor. (Add it to your cart just below!) 

Price: $35

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Spirits : MAGIC BOTTLES OF BOOZE: Delaware Phoenix


Cheryl Lins is a legend. Well, a quiet legend with an obsession for absinthe. Previously, she was living in New Mexico in a yurt as a computer programmer and watercolorist. To escape the dry heat of the southwest, she moved to Delaware County, New York just for the hell of it. She moonlighted as a fishmonger in her quiet community when the history of absinthe ensnared her. She finally obtained a distilling license in 2009 and has been making magical bottles of the green fairy.

We have a rotating selection on hand. If you can’t find them on this page, give us a call or zap us an email and we’ll let you know what we have on hand.

The prices range from $29.99 to $74.99.
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Spirits : THINK GREEN: Walton Waters

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Walton Waters Absinthe (136 Proof) (New York)

The yin to Meadow of Love’s yang, Walton Waters is known as Lins’ “masculine” absinthe. Named after the water source where she gets the water, it has a powerful louche of rolling, milky cloud banks and it coast the tongue with flavor. It’s a bit more bracing, lean, and crisp. Earthy blends of spices are well balanced without one overpowering the other and there is a slight saline, smoky edge at the end.

Price: $74.99 (750ml --> an entire bottle of green fairies!)
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Spirits : Magical Bottles of Booze: Meadow of Love

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Meadow of Love Absinthe (136 proof) (New York)

The Meadow of Love is often dubbed the “feminine” one. You’ll see why once you poured yourself a helping. It possesses a wonderful herbal and flowery aroma. Wormwood smells galore with a sweet anise layer underneath. Creamy and mellow on the palate with notes of honey on the aftermath. Dessert-y absinthe, if there ever was one.

Price: $39.99 (375ml)

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Sampler Packs: Aussie Rules Four-Pack

Aussie Rules.jpgMaybe you've noticed that we have a thing for Aussies here at Frankly Wines.It's not the big, spicy shiraz that's got us hooked on Aussie juice, though. It's he softer, subtler wines that have us uncorking bottle after bottle from down under. And we want to share the love with this awesome Aussie Samples Pack.

4-Pack Includes:

Timo Mayer Bloody Hill Pinot Noir 2013 (Yarra Valley)

Jauma Biggles Grenache 2013 (Adelaide Hills)

Ochota Barrels The Fugazi Grenache 2012 (McLaren Vale)

Domaine Lucci Wildman Merlot 2014 (Adelaide Hills)

Price: $184 (10% off price of individual bottles)

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Frankly Wines Club: The Feiring Line Wine Society (a.k.a. A Wine Club)

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Photo credit: © James Robinson 2013

In my spare time (generally between the hours of midnight and 2AM) I do a little copy editing for Alice Feiring’s newsletter, The Feiring Line, which is devoted to ‘natural’ wines and the people who make them. Some of these wines are not so easy to find, no matter where you are. So about a year ago, we launched a long-discussed Alice-picked wine club could be a success, the Feiring Line Wine Society. I’ll let her tell you all about it.... click here to learn more.

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Spirits : Mahia Makes it Big!

016.JPGNahmias et Fils Mahia Fig and Aniseed Spirit (New York):

Rock musicians crave the cover of Rolling Stone. The equivalent for the New York wine/food/booze person would be the Dining & Wine Section of the New York Times. We’ve been in its pages and it is a thrill! So we’re super excited to see Dorit and David Nahmias of Nahmias et Fils smiling out at us. We’ve had them in the shop to pour their really lovely Mahia fig brandy. This beautiful spirit has been distilled by Moroccan Jews for generations and the Nahmias family continues the tradition just up in Yonkers. We could tell you more… or you could just read what Alice wrote. And then come buy it here. P.S. It’s certified Kosher! P.P.S. It's wonderfully refreshing with lemonade!

Price: $39.99

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