The entire staff at O.W.C. have dedicated themselves to finding the very best wines from around the world in every region. All the wine that is stocked at O.W.C. has been tasted before it was purchased, ensuring that every vintage is performing up to expectations. The staff at O.W.C. will only sell what they believe in!!
O.W.C. was created with all the details in mind. O.W.C is the very first wine store that is Lightstrike-free. It features ultra-violet-free LED lights in the store, in addition to having protective Ultra Violet coatings on the windows.
"We truly love wine and have gone to great lengths to provide the best environment for its proper care. These precautions ensure that all wine bought at O.W.C. will drink to its full potential." -Nick Apone
With twenty years in the food and wine industry, Nick Apone will help select the perfect wine for your occasion; whether it's a dinner for two, family gathering, or important event.
Have time for a tasting? O.W.C. features temperature controlled conditions in a comfortable environment where you can compare vintages before making your final selection.
I don't want to stop holding this glass. It is zero gravity, practically weightless!! Zalto glasses are to wine as great speakers are to music. This line of stemware definitely raises the wine bar. The worlds highest regarded sommeliers are only choosing Zalto.
The wine glass that all the cool kids are coveting right now. Sommeliers are crazy about Zalto glasses. But the quote I love best comes from Michele Smith, wine director of Brooklyn Fare, "The stem is like a stiletto heel." In other words, sexy. Thomas Keller is using them at the French Laundry and Per Se. They’re on tables at Eleven Madison Park, Bouley and Le Bernadin, too. Even Robert Parker has given Zalto an enthusiastic quote.
“The curve of the bowls are tilted at the angles of 24°, 48° and 72°, which are in accordance to the tilt angles of the Earth,”It’s a philosophy in keeping with the trend toward biodynamic winemaking, which emphasizes harmony with the natural patterns and processes of the earth. When the Romans stored their food in amphorae whose shapes were governed by these angles, it lasted longer and tasted better, Zalto says.