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NewYorkHotels.org: Unique Shops on the Upper East Side

This old-school wine shop has been around since 1934 and offers an extensive collection of bottles to fit any price range.

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Wine Spectator: Advice from Insiders

Wine Spectator went straight to the source to find out what experts from action houses and classic retailers have to say about collecting and buying wines.

Sherry Lehmann’s very own Chris Adams was interviewed for the story!

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Where To Drink Now: Sherry-Lehmann’s Rosé Fridays

Everyone knows we love all things rosé, so we are totally on board with Sherry-Lehmann’s “Rosé Fridays,” where guests can enjoy complimentary tastings of the finest rosés available- and you should be, too.

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Ryan Seacrest’s multitasking must-haves: sneakers, headphones, tequila

Man-about-television Ryan Seacrest is changing his schedule. Well, kind of. The former face of “American Idol” is swapping his primetime spot for cup-of-joe hours as Kelly Ripa’s new co-host on “Live with Kelly and Ryan.”

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War of rosés in the Hamptons

The rosé wars in the Hamptons are heating up as summer gets into full swing.

VieVité Rosé from Provence, France, is upping its game. Although it’s only five years old, it has shops in all 50 states, and in all the Hamptons hot spots, including Surf Lodge in Montauk, as well as in party cities LA and Miami.

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Perfect Wines For Your Hamptons House

One of the keys to a perfect summer is a collection of perfect summer wines. Don’t turn to the old standbys – instead treat yourself and your guests to unique wines worth savoring as the sun goes down (or for day drinking — I won’t judge). I asked the experts at Sherry-Lehmann, which offers weekly “Blue Ribbon” delivery service to the Hamptons, the North Fork and Fire Island, to offer some suggestions sure to impress particular guests, while pleasing crowds.

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5 Best Wine Stores In New York City

Wine is ideal for celebrating a special occasion, adding some romance to a meal, or turning a ho-hum day into a nicer night (or day). In honor of National Drink Wine Day (Feb. 18), here are our five favorite wine stores in New York City. They range in size, they range in scale, but they all offer a super selection of fermented beverages. By Jessica Allen.

More: Best Places For Port Wine In New York City

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Impact Retailer Panel Tackles Consolidation, Craft, Delivery And Other Hot Topics

With a number of powerful cross-currents—including the craft movement, distributor consolidation, home-delivery and the fickle tastes of younger consumers—increasingly influencing the drinks retail landscape in the U.S, the Impact Seminar convened a panel of the market’s leading players to weigh in on current conditions.

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The Joy of Building a Custom Wine Cellar

by Joel Stein
from Bloomberg Pursuits Magazine

There aren’t actually that many ways to make sure everyone who comes to your house knows you’re rich. They might not know who Basquiat is or have any idea that vase is from the Ming dynasty and not Cost Plus World Market. But when guests see my wine cellar, they know for certain that I’m a horrifying snob.

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Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA and Robert Trent Jones, Jr., unveil Mouton Cadet Ryder Cup Special Cuvee

Baron Philippe de Rothschild SA has partnered with wine lover and legendary golf course architect Robert Trent Jones, Jr. to design this year’s Ryder Cup limited edition. This special Mouton Cadet cuvée will be the official wine of the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minnesota allowing wine lovers and golf enthusiasts a chance to enjoy a part of one of the most prestigious sport events in the world.

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The Iconic Louis XIII Cognac is Now Available in Miniature Form

One of the most captivating and instantly recognizable decanters on any home wet bar or cocktail lounge back bar is the elegant handblown Baccarat crystal decanter that contains Louis XIII Cognac, a harmonious blend of Grande Champagne Cognacs composed of 1,200 eaux-de-vie ranging in age from 40 to 100 years. Rich with floral fruits and spices, and priced at $3,000, the Louis XIII is one of the most costly and luxurious digestifs in the world.

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You Can Now Buy a Bottle of Louis XIII Cognac for $600

Louis XIII Cognac—one of the world’s most coveted and expensive spirits—has just released a 50ml bottle: The Louis XIII Miniature.

And this is great news for enthusiasts of the fine spirit, which typically retails for a minimum of $3,000. (Some vintages, such as the Rare Casks and the Black Pearl Anniversary Edition, can set collectors back five figures.)

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Wealthy guests fête Carnegie Hall cello documentary

December 14, 2015 – "About 100 well-heeled guests attended a fundraiser dubbed Chopin and Champagne at the Fifth Avenue home of Susan and Charles Avery Fisher for the upcoming documentary “10,000 Hours.”

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Millennials And Wine: A New Generation Grows Up

Marketers have known for years that millennials are the future of the wine business. Defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as those born between 1982 and 2000, millennials number 83.1 million—a quarter of the population of the United States. Although some haven’t yet reached legal drinking age, the millennial demographic as a whole is larger than the baby-boom generation—and it has very different wine tastes, driven by a passion for quality, authenticity and discovery…."

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What $10,000+ Bottles of Liquor Should You Buy This Holiday Season?

“Are five-and six-figure liquors worth the price? Sherry-Lehmann CEO Chris Adams talks ultra-premium luxury, who’s buying, and why?…”

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5 reasons Champagne is surprisingly good for you

"We ought to feel sorry for Champagne. So often dismissed as a luxury or party accessory, it rarely gets the chance to be heralded in its own right as a serious drink for everyday consumption.

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Five Extravagant Gifts For The Wine And Spirits Lover

Featuring Sherry-Lehmann and Sherry-Lehman’s Founder’s Reserve Armagnac $90 – $3,295

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Australian Wines: Rising From Down Under

“Burdened by supply and pricing problems over the years, Australia’s winemakers are now seeking higher ground….”

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Penfolds: An Australian Classic

"With a portfolio of both iconic and everyday wines, Penfolds is getting a renewed focus.
In September, Penfolds wines were poured at official Emmy Awards parties, and each Primetime Emmy winner received a bottle of 2012 Penfolds Bin 389 Cabernet Shiraz in a commemorative wooden box. This partnership is just one of several efforts Treasury Wine Estates (TWE) is making to support the iconic Australian brand in the U.S. marketplace…."

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Seal the Deal: Big Red Wines

“The most sought-after red wines are an internationally established currency of celebration, an extravagant appreciation of a partnership well conducted, a favor duly noted, a relationship worth toasting….”

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Diamonds and 5 Other Luxuries That Are Getting Cheaper

"After years of belt-tightening, Americans may finally be getting back in the mood to live a little: Consumer sentiment, despite the stock market’s recent hiccup, is back to levels not seen since 2007.
And it turns out this may be a good time to buy. In reporting the upcoming MONEY magazine feature “What to Do With $1000 Now,” we learned that many luxury goods—from diamonds to Swiss watches—are either coming down in price or becoming more accessible, with companies offering less-expensive lines in an attempt to draw in more customers.

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Always a good time for rosé

“When spring and summer approach, we read many articles extolling the greatness of dry rosé and its compatibility with these warmer seasons. Now that summer is winding down, many of us “automatically” begin looking to the more robust wines we’ve become accustomed to for the cooler months ahead. But one thing I’ve learned is not to abandon my love of dry rosé regardless of the temperature outside….”

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Is Tequila the New Scotch?

‘Tequila has come a very long way from its early harsh days and its blue collar palates,’ says Iñaki Orozco, who founded Riazul Tequila and recently organized a seminar on sipping tequilas at New Orleans’ Tales of the Cocktail. ‘It grew in popularity, driving refinement, and a few pioneer brands have successfully positioned high-end tequila on par with Scotch and Cognac in terms of sipping appeal, especially in the añejo category.’

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