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Wines & Spirits for the Curious Drinker

Flatiron Wines is for the curious. For adventurers and explorers. For anyone who loves wine or small batch spirits, and wants to learn and taste more.
Come by and visit our shops in New York or San Francisco, if you happen to be in town. Or just do your wine exploring on-line. We have the largest selection of artisanal wines anywhere, with thousands of every-day values, rare and hard-to-find gems, natural and organic wines, and small batch spirits. And we'll deliver them to your home.

The Latest from Lettie Teague's On Wine

Lettie's latest column just went to print in the Wall Street Journal. We have everything you need to begin (or continue) your On Wine journey, including a curated collection of her featured wine picks to support your love of all things Lettie.

OUR SIMPLE GUIDE TO

Rose Wines

Get answers to every question you ever had about these delightful and seasonally appropriate pink wines, including: What is rose wine? How is rose wine made? What types of foods can I pair rose wines with? And more!

Flatiron’s Guide to German Wine

Flatiron’s Guide to German Wine

Few other wine countries garner the passionate, cult-like following that Germany does. Its fans—us among them—dissect and detail every village and vineyard, every bottle and producer—and yet, strangely, it’s often misunderstood and underappreciated by the greater wine-drinking public.

Well, we’re not afraid to say it: Germany is one of the world’s greatest wine countries, and we’re here to show you why.

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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 1: Introduction to the Wines of Germany

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 1: Introduction to the Wines of Germany

We set out to write this Flatiron Guide to German Wines to explain not just why the wine geeks go so nutty for all things Deutsch, and not just why German wines are among the best wines for the super-casual wine drinker.

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Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 2: Germany’s Wine History

Flatiron's Guide to German Wine, Part 2: Germany’s Wine History

As evidenced by wine presses found in the town of Trier in the Mosel. The skills of viticulture and vinification were most likely introduced by the Romans. Grape varieties were probably a combination of introduced cuttings and domesticated wild vines that were suitable for winemaking
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