Wednesday, September 28, 2016

New Zealand PM get's a taste of Stonecrop

Last week in New York City Andy Harris poured his #handcrafted, #estate grown #sauvignon blanc and #pinot noir for the Prime Minister of New Zealand - Stonecrop Wines was one of a handful of vineyards selected for the wine tasting at the Fisher and Paykel New York Experience Center.
John Key mentioned that he loves a Martinborough pinot, and Stonecrop did not disappoint!

Friday, September 16, 2016

Music for Montauk

Music for Montauk's second Summer Series was a resounding success - the Montauk community were treated to a plethora of top notch concerts in various locations around the hamlet including two free concerts at Third House and one at the newly renovated Fort Pond House where folks enjoyed an evening of Shakespeare inspired music in the most magical spot right on Fort Pond.

During the glorious week long Summer Series there were many Stonecrop sightings on the picnic blankets and picnic tables.

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Stonecrop Wine Tasting at Sherry Lehmann Wines & Spirits

Stop by tomorrow and chat to Andrew Harris owner of Stonecrop Wines as he pours his three estate grown wines form Martinborough, New Zealand.

Wednesday 7th September, 3-6pm

Sherry Lehman is celebrating their 82nd anniversary, but also their ninth year on Park Avenue and 59th Street! 
They have always focused on offering their clients exceptional service, competitive pricing, and the best selection possible.

The first Sherry Lehmann store was one of several shops in the Louis Sherry building on Madison Avenue at 62nd Street; the building that is now home to Hermes. (In fact, the store took its name from the building — not from the fortified wine of Spain.) In 1937, Sherry Wine and Spirits moved one block south to 61st Street and Madison Avenue, to a site that is now New York’s famed Carlton House. In 1948, when Sherry Wine and Spirits moved across the street to 679 Madison Avenue, the original wood paneling from our second location (designed by the architect of the “21 Club”) was used to decorate the new shop. In 2007, SL moved again, this time to a three-floor, 9,000+ square foot location just two blocks south, at 59th Street and Park Avenue. Here they made every effort to replicate the charm and warmth of the old store.