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Parcelle, a New Shop From the Team Behind Charlie Bird, Takes the Stress Out of Wine-Buying: Parcelle is the first retail project from Delicious Hospitality Group, the team behind the New York restaurants Charlie Bird, Pasquale Jones, and Legacy Records, which is in the same apartment building as the wine shop. Reynolds sees Parcelle as something of a to-go version of the wine lists at the restaurants, where he runs the wine program and is a partner. But the shop offers more than convenience: it’s an opportunity for DHG to deepen the conversation around wine.
Attend the Staff Wine Lesson: There are wine classes galore in New York, but Charlie Bird restaurant in SoHo offers an insider’s approach: The tastings, intended for staff, are open to the public free of charge, once a week with a reservation. Grant Reynolds, the wine director and a partner, runs the lively program. Three wines are usually sampled and explained, he said, and all can be found at his Parcelle Wine.
The Wine Room at 197 Mulberry Street: We’ve teamed up with The Infatuation and Parcelle Wine Shop to bring you The Wine Room: A here-for-a-sec spot in Nolita, where pros from the food, wine, and music industries will host panels on everything from when to break out the big bottles to cool beats and wine tasting with a Beastie (oh hey, Mike D). It’ll be fun. It’ll be kinda weird.
Christine Collado, Parcelle Wine NYC: Christine Collado got a quick start in fine wine and dining at Dinex Group’s Bar Boulud, Boulud Sud, and flagship Daniel before moving to Wine Director at Brooklyn Fare and it’s three-star Michelin tasting menu. She recently left to open Parcelle Wine Store, a curated wine shop near Hudson Yards in NYC.