Chambers Street Wines
Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm; Sun, noon-7pm
Nearby Subway Stops
1, 2, 3 at Chambers St.
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Partners David Lillie and Jamie Wolff opened this shop in 2001 with the goal of only stocking wines that they liked, and from the diminutive size of the place it appears that they're mighty picky. But closer inspection of the narrow aisles reveals an academic distillation at work: Their selection hinges on small vintners dedicated to natural, organic, or biodynamic viticulture. The assortment proves, contrary to first impressions, staggering if you'd previously considered natural alcohol to be a limited, hippie venture. Just how far-reaching this movement has become is reflected in Chamber Street's international selection which encompasses popular and high-end varietals like Vermentino from Italy, Reisling from Austria, and a hefty assortment of Bourdeauxs and Champagnes from those champions of au natural in France.
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