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Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels

A sliver of Saint-Germain in downtown Manhattan

Alice Gao
Alice Gao
Alice Gao

This intimate bar à vins just off Broome Street serves the fruits of Saint-Germain splendour in a little nook in Nolita. An off-shoot of the Parisian vinoteca with the same name, this NYC edition boasts some 600 bottles – most of which from France – that will entertain the palates of both wine initiates and the most discerning Francophile.

 

Cosy and approachable, for the Syrah drinkers to the Montrachet aficionados, the setting is a perfect point to sample an array of exquisite bouteilles from around the world or to join a wine tasting course led by one of their accomplished sommeliers. Accompanying the wines is a delectable Mediterranean snack menu.

 

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