How to Read a German Wine Label

“A German wine label is one of the things life’s just too short for.” – Kingsley Amis But it doesn’t have to be that way! Lewis breaks it down into 3 simple rules that will prevent you from ever being bamboozled by Deutsch wine-labeling practices ever again. Interested in finding a great Riesling? Search HERE. […]


Le Du’s On Wheels with Yannick Benjamin

Get some Wine on Wheels perspective from Yannick Benjamin, award-winning sommelier and Wheeling Forward co-founder, as he gives a tour of Le Du’s! Come in every Saturday for a free wine tasting with seminars led by Yannick. Music by bensound.com


Kevin Herson of Doc Herson’s Absinthe visits Le Du’s!

Le Du’s is carrying a whole new style of drink: absinthe! Kevin Herson of Doc Herson’s Natural Spirits in Brooklyn came by to tell us about their mission to bring this misunderstood – but resurgent – libation to New York City. Click here to shop Doc Herson’s at Le Du’s! Click here to join our […]


How Can You Say No? with Kilolo Strobert

Longtime Le Du’s employee and current Golden Vines rep Kilolo Strobert returns to the old stomping grounds to highlight two fantastic Burgundys that come in *under $25*! Don’t miss out on these great wines at great value. Click here to shop the Domaine De l’Echelette Champliaud Macon-Cruzille 2015 at $16.99: http://www.leduwines.com/main.asp?request=SHOW_DETAIL&sku=000000050118 Click here to shop […]


Le Du’s Live from the Pfalz Section

It’s Le Du’s Live from the Pfalz Section! Lewis is super excited about the rieslings coming out of Pfalz, which has really found its stylistic groove in the past few years, aided by a string of exceptional growing seasons. It sure doesn’t hurt that it tends to be less expensive than Alsace and the Mosel, […]


Le Du’s Live from the Cornas Section

It’s Le Du’s Live from the Cornas Section! Lewis thinks its time for a reassessment of the misunderstood Cornas. One of the great strongholds of Syrah in the world, the tastes of the day have somewhat passed by its typical style. However, a wave of new winemakers have recently found a sweet spot. They’re producing […]