Weekly Tastings

Monday 5-8pm

Wine of the Week!


Tuesday 5-8pm

Wine of the Week!


Wednesday 5-8pm

Poggerino Il Labirinto Rosso   (Tuscany, Italy)

Breuckelen Local Rye & Corn


Thursday 5-8pm

Simple Vodka


Friday 5-8pm

El Buho Mezcal


Saturday 3-6pm

Brooklyn Gin


Sunday 3-7pm

Meguire's Pick!












 The 1st Annual Brooklyn Wine Exchange Backyard BBQ at Popina

Tuesday, June 12th at 7pm 127 Columbia Street (at Kane), Brooklyn


Grilled Oysters with 'Nduja, Parsley & Garlic 
Bindi Vermentino "Mursaglia" 2013

Grilled Caesar Salad, Grilled Corn & Ricotta Dip, Roasted Olives 
Chateau Pradeaux Bandol Rose 2017
Grilled Whole Fish with Lemon and Herbs, Arugula Salad,  Grilled Mushrooms with Anchovies
Chateau de Trinquevedel Tavel Rose 2016 (from magnum)

Mixed Grill of Chicken Thighs, Short Ribs, Pork Sausage,
Cheerwine BBQ Sauce, Brined and Grilled Vegetables 
Chapelle St. Theodoric Chateauneuf-du-Pape "Le Grand Pin" 2012
 Peach & Blueberry Cobbler
Assorted Amaro Liqueurs

~ $110 per person ~


Call Brooklyn Wine Exchange 718-855-9463 to purchase tickets. 
Reservations are not secured until payment has been made.
Ticket price is inclusive of tax and gratuity, and are non-refundable.
Members, please email to reserve seats.  
Classes fill up fast, so don't delay!  

****NOTE: We will no longer be accepting reservations for classes over the phone. Reservations to classes will be taken in the order they are received via email only.****
Non-members can call BWE to reserve seats on the day of class if still available.
But stop by between 5-8pm for a taste of some fancy whites, roses, and reds! 
Members receive 20% off featured wines...
Saturday 6/2 3-6pm
Walkaround Tasting: French White Wines
No reservations necessary! Simply stop by anytime between 3-6pm this Saturday and sample exemplary versions of classic French regions like Burgundy, Sancerre, Alsace, Bordeaux, and the Rhone Valley. Members receive 20% off featured wines. 
Wednesday 6/6 at 7pm
Barolo & Barbaresco (encore session)
with Tim Farrell
This second session on Italy's most noble and enigmatic grape has been posted due to overwhelming demand for Valentina Abbona's class last week. Tim is nowhere near as charming as Valentina, but he will be pouring some fantastic wines to explain why the Nebbiolo grape is so unique and delicious.
NOTE: This class has already been offered to those on the waitlist from the first session, so seating is very limited

Saturday 6/9 at 4pm 
Roussanne on the Rise
with Michael Marceline
Roussanne (ROO-sahn) is one of the most difficult grapes to grow, but in the right hands it is quite capable of producing sublime white wines. While it is primarily associated with full-bodied, textural wines produced in the Rhone valley, the grape can express itself in many different ways in unexpected places like the French Alpine region of Savoie all the way to sunny Santa Barbara. BWE's Michael Marceline will pour many examples of this interesting variety and make a great case for why you should be drinking more Roussanne.
Wednesday 6/13 at 7pm 
Vienna Wine Part 2:  Weingut Wieninger 
with Alf Wimmer 
Last month, Paul Kiefer from Mayer am Pfarrplatz led a terrific tasting on his company's wines, which are grown and produced within the city limits of Vienna, Austria. For this second session, Austrian sommelier Alf Wimmer will be with us to present the wines of Fritz Wieninger. This winery has been instrumental in the resurgence of Viennese wine to the international market, especially with its age-worthy cuvees of the unique Viennese wine, Gemischter Satz. This class will feature four bottlings of these field-blend whites, along with Gruner Veltiner and Dry Riesling, from a host of vintages. Join us for another in-depth look at a special city and its unique wine culture. 

Saturday 6/16 at 4pm
Why You Should Be Drinking More Brandy
with Nicolas Palazzi of PM Spirits
Just in time for Father's Day, an in-depth exploration of Brandy, Cognac, Armagnac, & Calvados with our good friend, boutique spirits importer Nicolas Palazzi. Nicolas grew up in Bordeaux, and is easily the most knowledgeable person we know on the history and distillation of French spirits. He will join us to explain the major styles of Brandy, along with examples that are both classic and uncommon in the category. Don't miss this fascinating exploration into one of the most complex spirits traditions in the world.









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