Terroir + Tradition.

We curate a selection of thousands of the world's very best artisanal wines and spirits, covering all price ranges and styles. Search for your old favorites or discover something new by reading our blog and wine guides.  We have fine wines from France, traditional and artful bottles from Italy, grower and luxury brand Champagnes, stunning examples of natural farming and innovation from California, local and small batch spirits, and plenty of under $20 values. We believe that a journey through the world of wine is one of life’s great adventures, and we’re here to help!

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Wines & Spirits for the Curious Drinker

Flatiron Wines is for the curious. For adventurers and explorers. For anyone who loves wine or small batch spirits, and wants to learn and taste more.

Come by and visit our shops in New York or San Francisco, if you happen to be in town. Or just do your wine exploring on-line. We have the largest selection of artisanal wines anywhere, with thousands of every-day values, rare and hard-to-find gems, natural and organic wines, and small batch spirits. And we'll deliver them to your home.

Clos Cibonne: Chillable Red and Vintage Rosés

Clos Cibonne: Chillable Red and Vintage Rosés

Pitch perfect terroir and wildly unique wines? Must be Clos Cibonne
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A Must-Have Haut-Médoc Returns

A Must-Have Haut-Médoc Returns

The 2016 Chateau Paloumey is back, and another year of age has only enhanced the texture and complexity of the wine, which is fresh, floral, and utterly delicious.
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A Soul-Satisfying Hungarian Gem

A Soul-Satisfying Hungarian Gem

We may have found the Holy Grail — the Holy Grail of wine, of course. 
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