Natural Wine Company Opens in Williamsburg, BrooklynPosted by Organic Wine Journal on Dec 1, 2010 in News
Brooklyn has a new wine store dedicated to organic, biodynamic and natural wine.
Using organic farming principles, sustainable agriculture and minimal intervention at the winery, natural wines are becoming an increasingly important facet in the world of wine and consumers are taking notice.
The Natural Wine Company, housed in a revamped factory building at 211 N11th between Driggs and Roebling in North Williamsburg, will carry a wide array of natural wines from around the world. The open and expansive space with walls adorned by works from local Williamsburg artists, will provide a welcoming environment for customers to engage with a friendly and natural-wine savvy staff. The store will be open for business on Saturday, November 20th.
Owners Michael Andrews, Ross Bingham and Rebecca Pridmore stand behind the principals and diverse styles of natural wine, and in the fiercely independent spirit of the small farmers who make it. They also believe that a wine store should be a friendly, unpretentious place to shop.
This approach will extend to the store’s online presence, www.naturalwine.com, broadening the reach of their storefront to wine lovers across the country. It will offer feature articles, recommendations, natural wine sampler-packs and video profiles of top natural winemakers.
This online presence, combined with regular community tastings hosted by visiting natural winemakers and a knowledgeable, passionate staff, will make The Natural Wine Company a prime destination for wine lovers in New York and across the country.