Brooklyn, we've got a wine company. Red, White, and Bubbly, a wine store in Brooklyn's Park Slope neighborhood, launched what's being called "Brooklyn's first wine label" earlier this month.
The wines, Feliz Red ($13.95) and Feliz White ($11.95), are vinted and bottled in Sebastopol, California. They are pitched as ". . . good wine, not fancy wine" to help us Brooklyn folks "celebrate a day well-lived."
Winederlust wonders why Brooklyn's wine company didn't use grapes from New York State. The label art features the Brooklyn Bridge minus any hint of the 212 skyline. It was created by Brooklyn artist Ryan Seslow. Donline has more about how the Brooklyn Wine Co. labels were created.