Some years ago, I made friends with a couple of charming New Yorkers – Mike Drapkin and Theresa Berenato – who have started a new chapter in their life since getting married: Kingston Wine Co, a charming wine store in upstate New York, just on the other side of the Hudson River from Rhinebeck. I am dying to get up to the shop and see what these two amazing souls have created but in the meantime while we entertain our busy lives, we are enjoying Kingston Wine Co.’s wine share program. This amazing package of wine that gets delivered by mail to you, curated by Mike himself (which, if you know Mike, you know he lived on a farm in southern France and worked as sommelier for a decade in places like Balthazar and Vestry Wines in Tribeca, so you KNOW it’s going to be good). Included in the package is the history of the wine, its grower’s story and a recipe suggestion by Mike and Theresa to enhance the experience of the wine. We love it. So cheers to you, friends, and thank you for the little package of love that arrives each month…I HIGHLY recommend it.
PS- Remember when I photographed Theresa in gowns? or when Mike made recipes for the blog?
photographic recreation of Jean-Siméon Chardin’s still life “Still Life with Bottle, Glass, and Loaf“
2 thoughts on “Kingston Wine Co.”
Oh my, how wonderful! My husband and I adore going on wine tours and tastings. Our 2nd wedding anniversary is coming up at the end of the month and I’m thinking this would be a perfect gift to give!! Not just because he would love it, but I would get to enjoy it too…
check out my blog…www.phaderewaw.wordpress.com! 🙂 this wine and cheese and bread looks so good…nice