Brooklyn Oenology209 Wythe Avenue #106 Brooklyn, NY 11249
DRINK LOCAL WEEK PROMOTION (October 20th - 26th)
• Buy One Glass Of Wine, Get The Second Glass Half Off.
• Restrictions: Cannot be combined with Happy Hour or any other promotions.
• The promotion applies to the following wines:
• 2013 BOE Social Club White
• 2014 BOE Cabernet Franc Rosé
• 2012 BOE Social Club Red
• 2013 BOE“Friend” Riesling
Brooklyn Oenology Winery (pron. ‘EN-ology’, or simply ‘BOE’), is a locally focused winery based in Williamsburg, Brooklyn founded in 2006 by winemaker Alie Shaper. BOE works to bridge the creative culinary, agricultural and art worlds by crafting award-winning regional wines from NY State grapes, and by displaying the work of New York City artists on our bottle labels. Brooklyn Oenology wines are sold in over 150 stores and restaurants around NYC and beyond, and BOE has received a strong response from many arts and culinary organizations as well. Our Tasting Room features all of our wines, other NY state wines, whiskey, cider, beer and more!
Guest Capacity, Seated and Standing: 60
Square Footage: 960
Number of Party Rooms: 1
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The vines have been pruned. Long wait for the bud breaks on the distant horizon. But still busy in the winery. Keep in touch www.peconiccellardoor.com Courtesy of @saltbirdcellars
Friday night plans set. Take in a drink at Peconic Cellar Door and a flick with the Peconic Land Trust who are hosting a film screening and panel presentation on from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Southampton Arts Center. The evening will begin with the Michael Halsband-directed film Growing Farmers, which won the Audience Choice Award at the 2012 Hamptons International Film Festival. Afterwards, Edible’s own editor, Meghan Harlow, will moderate a panel with Halsband, Dan Heston (Senior Manager of Agricultural Programs for the Trust), and farmers Fred Lee of Sang Lee Farms, Greg Kessler of The Hoppy Acre, and Jennifer Halsey-Dupree of The Milk Pail.