After Capri Sun began creepily transforming people into amorphous metallic globules, wine rose to prominence, offering a similarly complex flavor profile without the threat of spontaneous melting. Celebrate wine, or "nature's Capri Sun," with today’s Groupon. For $10, you get the signature sangria flight (a $20 value) at Vintage Irving in Chelsea.
Vintage Irving opens up the world's wine cellars and cocktail corridors to parched Manhattanites, with an array of alcohol available for sipping and shooting. Vintage Irving's sangria flight corrals four of the wine bar's signature sangrias onto a wooden flight plank for savory sampling. Sangria, Spanish for "bloodletting," packs a colorful punch with its sweetened wine and hemo-hued hide. Its delicious drinkability makes it a popular summertime libation, ideal for imbibing during breaks at your daughter's outdoor piano recital or just before you take the field at Yankee Stadium. Vintage Irving's sangria flight contains the establishment's red sangria, its white sangria, and two of its seasonal varietals.
As you spread your sangria wings and take flight toward a troposphere of potable bliss, your Earth-bound self will be content to stand by in Vintage Irving's elegant atmosphere. While not included in this deal, Vintage Irving also offers small plates and other eats. Get your Groupon and visit Vintage Irving for sangria satisfaction.
New York magazine recommends Vintage Irving, and seven of its users rate it a perfect 10 out of 10. Zagat rates the appeal of the wine bar as "very good to excellent." Yelpers give it three stars, Citysearchers give it 4.5, and OpenTablers give a 3.3 rating:
- Vintage Irving has an intimate, wine-bar feel and a small-plates focus. Chef Jason Bunin, late of Knickerbocker Bar & Grill, doles out cured meats and imported cheeses, plus dishes like arancine with green-tomato compote, a salad of ham-wrapped romaine hearts with brandade croquettes and cilantro-caper vinaigrette, and fresh-fig tempura. – New York
- A friend of mine introduced me last year, when Zagat were filming the first televised version…The service was fantastic, which you would expect if they were filming!...I went back again a couple of months later and wondered if the service would be any less amazing and it wasnt! Once again my group was treated like we were the only group in the restaurant… – NikkiX, Citysearch
- Food was great, shared cheese platter, olives, seared scallops, truffled chicken meatballs and rice rounds All excellent! – jimbos1015, Citysearch
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