NewsBlack Winemakers Are Celebrated At Harlem Wine Gallery

Black Winemakers Are Celebrated At Harlem Wine Gallery

Founded by Pascal and Daneen Lewis, the Harlem Wine Gallery stands as a testament to their their community and the world of fine wines.

Harlem Wine Gallery has been a community fixture for the past four and a half years. Founded by Pascal and Daneen Lewis, longtime residents in the NYC neighborhood, the wine gallery represents their commitment to their community and the world of fine wines. 

The establishment’s charm lies in its dedication to showcasing small-production wines, particularly promoting community health, Now This News reported.

Notably, Harlem Wine Gallery takes pride in its focus on women and Black winemakers and has a dedicated table showcasing the contributions of women winemakers.

The commitment to diversity and inclusion extends to the design of the gallery itself, featuring a spacious back room ideal for tastings and private events, aligning with the venue’s vision for community engagement, according to Sprudge. As Pascal and Daneen Lewis navigate the evolving landscape of the wine industry, their wine gallery remains a beacon of appreciation for quality wines and a celebration of the diversity within the winemaking community. 

Whether you’re a wine enthusiast or a newcomer to the world of fine wines, Harlem Wine Gallery welcomes all to experience the rich tapestry of flavors and stories woven into each bottle, making it a quintessential destination for both locals and visitors alike.

For those outside of New York City who wish to partake and support the curated selection of wines at Harlem Wine Gallery, the opportunity is just a click away. By visiting, wine enthusiasts from every corner of the globe can explore and purchase wines crafted by Black-owned winemakers. Whether you’re seeking a unique gift, expanding your wine collection, or simply indulging in a new tasting experience, serves as the virtual gateway to Harlem Wine Gallery.

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Source: Black Enterprise


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