St. Marks Wine and Liquor

 St. Marks Wine and Liquor

Welcome to St. Marks Wine and Liquor.  We carry an outstanding selection of wines and liquors including fine wine, champagne, locally made and craft spirits, as well as familiar brands.  Take advantage of our unique selection of locally-made whiskies, gins and vodkas, many of which are artisanal brands that you won't find anywhere else.  Our wine selection is carefully chosen and includes biodynamic and organic.   Be sure to sign up for our customer loyalty program to earn points toward discounts on future purchases.
Sample our select libations by coming to our regular free tasting events!  We post the tasting schedule right here.
St. Marks Wine and Liquor is conveniently located in the East Village, close to the Astor Place (#6 train) and Eighth Street (R train) subway stops in New York City.
Hope to see you soon.
St. Marks Wine and Liquor
16 St. Marks Place
(Between 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
New York, NY 10003
212 529-WINE (9463)

  • The 2018 futures seem to be priced higher than 2017s so far, but comparable to the high-quality 2016 and 2015 vintages. The current strong dollar compared to the euro is also making prices attractive at leading U.S. retailers that Wine Spectator tracks. But as always, trying to predict the mindset of Bordeaux when it comes to prices is anyone's guess. So is trying to predict how consumers will respond.

  • <p>Standing in a federal courthouse in Boston, Napa vintner Agustin F. Huneeus pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit mail fraud and honest services mail fraud on May 21. The plea came two months after Huneeus was arrested in "Operation Varsity Blues," a federal investigation into parents trying to get their children into some of the nation's top universities through schemes of fraud and bribery.</p> <p>As part of a plea agreement, prosecutors recommended a 15-month prison sentence and a $95,000 fine for the owner of Huneeus Vintners. Huneeus <a href="https://www.winespectator.com/articles/college-admissions-bribery-scandal-hits-california-wine-industry">stepped down from his position as CEO</a> of the company in March, handing control to his father, Agustin C. Huneeus. Both the federal government and the state of California could potentially revoke the licenses of Huneeus Vintners' wineries if a convicted felon is in an executive position. </p>

  • Chef Slade Rushing came on as executive chef of Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence Brennan's in New Orleans at a pivotal point. Now, after five years, he's leaving for other opportunities.