Wine Tasting in Tribeca

52% Off Wine and Cheese Tasting from Sud de France

Sud de France

New York

$60 $29

Guests socialize at a relaxed, fun event while learning how wine is made and nibbling cheese and french bread

50% Off Food and Drinks for Two at Wine Bar

Wine Bar


$40 $20


100+ different bottles of wine line the walls of the intimate, Zagat-rated café serving French, Spanish, and Italian tapas

50% Off Italian Food and Drinks at Vitis La Vineria

VITIS La Vineria

Gramercy Park

$60 $30


Owner brings the taste and atmosphere of his native Italy to restaurant, whose menu offers salads, paninis, small plates, and desserts

Hike the Hudson River Valley and Sample Wines at Two Local Vineyards

Hudson Valley Hike and Wine Tastings at Two Vineyards


$99 $99

All-inclusive trip takes you on a guided hike through 4–5 mi. of scenic highlands before you head to vineyards on the Shawangunk Wine Trail

Up to 59% Off Wine and Food Tasting at Project JB Wines

Project JB Wines

New York

$150 $69

Five to six wines with food pairings in an relaxed, highly social setting

Up to 43% Off Shortbread & Wine at Two Moon Art House and Cafe

Two Moon Art House and Cafe

Park Slope

$30 $18


House-baked shortbread flavors include honey wheat and rosemary sea salt; samplers also include glasses of wine

Up to 54% Off a Champagne Tasting

The Champagne Sommelier

New York

$150 $75

A champagne connoisseur with 10 years of experience shares varieties of the sparkling wine with tasters

64% Off Dinner with Bottle of Wine at 1742 Wine Bar

1742 Wine Bar

Upper East Side

$80.90 $29

Start meals off with a chosen bottle of wine, paired with entrees such as potato gnocchi in a vodka sauce of pizza with taco-themed toppings

Up to 50% Off at DTUT


New York

$32 $16


Pairs dine on s'mores platters and sip wine for a romantic date night

Up to 50% Off Winemaking Class for One

Make Wine With Us


$300 $149


American Wine Society–certified judges help participants crush, press, rack, and bottle their own wines during three hands-on sessions

Half Off Wine Tasting at Staten Island Winery

Staten Island Winery


$30 $15

From 6–9 p.m., guests sample four different wines and take home a wine glass

Up to 54% Off a Wine Class

The Wine List of Summit


$70 $35

A professional sommelier contrasts Old World and New World wines while leading students through a tasting

Up to 52% Off Tropical Wine Tasting with Souvenir

Balic of Clinton


$30 $15

Wine enthusiasts discuss tropical wines, including mango wine, as tasters peruse a selection of glasses, dishes, or stoppers to take home

Select Local Merchants

Georges Forgeois––of Cafe Noir, Jules Bistro, and Bar Tabac fame–– set his sights on Tribeca, where he established his charming brasserie, Cercle Rouge. Here, French classics are presented at their most elegant, for which the kitchen staff practices the mantra “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” Executive Chef Pierre Landet showcases imported French cheeses, Merguez sausages, fresh oysters, and wild salmon in his hors d’eouvres and plats, which appear on the menu alongside croque monsieurs and three types of moules frites. Whether seated indoors on wicker chairs and plush leather banquettes or outside on the terrace, diners enjoy pleasant views while sipping one of six signature cocktails or a glass of French or American wine. Inside, aged mirrors and framed posters of the Folies Bergères and Parisian art exhibits adorn the walls, while the patio is surrounded by flowerboxes packed with red blooms and bountiful greenery.

241 W Broadway
New York,

White linen tablecloths and wooden wine racks complement Savore's hearty Northern Italian fare profiled by New York Magazine. More than 220 wines wait to be paired with Tuscan recipes, whose ingredients—including cockle clams, roasted lamb chops, and buffalo mozzarella—date back to the days of Michelangelo. New York Magazine highlights the wine bar in the backroom, a.k.a. Boutique del Vino, where dinner guests can get to know Italian wines by tasting notes, smelling bouquets, and listening to the warble of wineglass-rim choruses.

200 Spring St
New York,

You can buy Chilean jewelry, wines, and oils at Puro Chile, but it's more than just a boutique. It operates, instead, as what one staffer refers to as an"unofficial embassy." It's operated by a team of importers who haul in what they deem some of Chile's best products, and it's also an event center that hosts wine tastings and meetings. As an all-around, ongoing celebration of the culture, the shop and its Puro Wine sister shop stock wardrobes, wine cellars, and pantries with goods straight from Chile. The owners are passionate about giving Chilean exporters and artists a place to do business, and their efforts have been met with praise from the New Yorker, New York Times, and New York Magazine.

221 Centre St
New York,

Every morning, Piccola Cucina chef Philip Guardione, a native Sicilian formerly of the Four Seasons in Milan and Tailevent in Paris, personally goes to the market to select ingredients. The effort is worth it, since without it, the entrees—swordfish carpaccio with cured tuna fish roe, beef tartare with olive oil-infused artichokes—wouldn’t have the same fresh flavor. For dessert, Sicilian cannoli and tiramisu arrive in portions large enough for diners to enjoy themselves or share with a pocket-sized attorney. Sips of primarily Tuscan and Sicilian wines enhance the food’s flavors.

184 Prince St
New York,

Much like an Italian piazza, an open square in the center of a town, Piazza 17 is a gathering spot where friends can meet for dinner or a glass of wine. The interior feels kind of like a rural Italian wine bar with tall wine racks lining redbrick walls and cheese plates served on rustic, wooden cutting boards. In the kitchen, chefs prepare two types of pizza. The first, a traditional round pizza, is meant for sharing, while the second, a large rectangular pizza, can be ordered by the slice or stuffed whole into a standard briefcase. Classic toppings on both include mozzarella, spicy soppressata, and mushrooms.

17 Cleveland Pl
New York,

CLOS Wine Bar owner and certified sommelier Mine Ayberk personally chooses every option on the bar's wine list, focusing especially on Old World, single-vineyard wines. As it turns out, Ms. Ayberk's selection has more wines than her bar has seats. With enough space for just under 20 guests, CLOS carries an intimate aura, surrounding visitors with warm tones, handcrafted finishings, and works from local artists. Clambering across the hardwood floors, the CLOS staff doles out specially prepared gourmet plates designed to enhance the wine-drinking experience. But much like its owner, the bar's staff members aren't just shadows in the background: each is a certified sommelier, and each speaks multiple languages. This means guests can enjoy some European pizzazz without having to join a pen-pal program for adults.

64 Kenmare St
New York,