March 27, 2020 lacey

We hope you and your loved ones are healthy and well. Our industry has been dramatically shaken over the past few months, first by retaliatory tariffs and now by the critical measures to contain Coronavirus around the world. We share in the grief and sadness that others are feeling as we strive for normalcy during these unprecedented times. To address safety concerns, we have implemented critical measures to keep our team healthy in order to continue serving our community. This includes social distancing policies and remote work environments that enable us to continue to ship orders on a regular basis…

January 22, 2017 Martine's Wines

Morey-Coffinet and Julien Cruchandeau were incredible hosts today, treating our team to stunning flights of new releases and the stories that accompany them. Knowing the people behind the bottles makes these wines even more special, and that’s why we want to share these moments here.   Click below to have a glimpse into our third day in Burgundy.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1gSn6PbtdA

August 15, 2014 Myles

Long Island in the summer is about four things: -Traffic -Local produce -Local fish and shellfish -Rosé Our local produce is swinging through the season,  first from the north fork and as summer winds down the south fork farms begin to produce more. Corn is finally in season here on the south fork, and that’s a welcome sight every year. Asparagus has come and gone, but leafy greens such as kale and spinach are up and running, and soon potatoes and root type vegetables will be in season as well. As for the local seafood, with the advantage of our proximity, we…