Like many other people, a bunch of us at The Infatuation got increasingly “into” wine over the past year and a half. While several of us had a sense of what types of wines we liked, we all had the same questions. How do I try new things? Which wines are worth it? Are any of these wine clubs that keep getting advertised to us on Instagram any good?
When reviewing restaurants, we’d learned to lean on the recommendations of experienced sommeliers, and found ourselves wishing we could have that experience at home. With that in mind, we teamed up with a company called Parcelle and are excited to tell you about the brand new The Infatuation and Zagat Wine Club.
Parcelle is a wine shop started and run entirely by sommeliers at top NYC restaurants. It was co-founded by our friend Grant Reynolds, who oversaw the wine program at Charlie Bird, Pasquale Jones, and Legacy Records, and he’s been joined by a team of somms who worked at places like Daniel and Eleven Madison Park. They’re smart, thoughtful, unpretentious people who simply “get it.”
To start out, we’re offering three different options, depending on what price point and style you’re looking for. You can sign up to have a three- or six-pack sent to you each month, but you can also buy each month’s offerings one time only with no commitment. (A good idea for a Father’s Day gift, if that’s on your mind).
Head to the site to check out our first round of offerings for June. We’re looking forward to drinking with you.
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