HI. WE'RE CLOSED FOR IN-STORE BROWSING FOR THE TIME BEING. (STILL DOING PICKUP, DC DELIVERY, AND SHIPPING.) HI. WE'RE CLOSED FOR IN-STORE BROWSING FOR THE TIME BEING. (STILL DOING PICKUP, DC DELIVERY, AND SHIPPING.)

EAST COAST HEAT

One of the things that I love about East Coast wines is that they're so antithetical to the traditional East Coast vs. West Coast narrative: the West Coast is a hub of innovation and youthful imperfection; the East Coast is old and storied and stodgy. When it comes to wine, it's the reverse. The West Coast has the storied (by American standards, at least) terroir. The East Coast is the new frontier. Hybrids, co-ferments, and wines made in the suburbs—it all goes East.

One other thing that I love is that the wines reflect a sense of place that feels both difficult to communicate and intensely familiar to me. They're austere and steely—wines born of harsh winters, slightly cynical people, and the timeless battle between industry and nature. Their survival and resurgence is a beautiful story and one that tells itself through frenetic energy. The fact that all of that can be communicated through a glass of wine is, frankly, pretty fucking incredible.
-Jeff Segal 
  • 'Mo' Pale Ale
  • Takju
  • 'Two' Amaro
  • 'Despite All Odds' Double IPA (Single Can)
  • 'Incendia' Smoked Cherry Bitters
  • 'Karela' Bitter Melon Bitters
  • Subduction 2019
  • 'Readymade' Perry 2020
  • 'Infinite Canon' NV
  • Bricolage 2019
  • Souplesse Set: East Coast Heat
  • 'Outlands' Cider 2020
  • 'Rubus' Long Island Lambrusco 2020
  • 'Hintermen' Valley White 2019
  • Current Cassis
  • Tangled Fruit Co-Ferment 2020
  • 'Young White' Vidal Blanc 2020
  • 'Young Red' Chambourcin 2020
  • Apple Gin
  • Chardonnay 'Lamb's Quarters Vineyard' 2019
  • Cabernet Franc 'Racine de Ciel' 2018
  • 'Irrévérence' White Blend 2018
  • Chardonnay 'Fogue' 2018
  • Mount Cabot Maple Syrup (200 mL)