Wines & Spirits

Discover the Finest Wines & Spirits

Founded in 2005, the Barterhouse is a New York City-based importer of fine wine and craft spirits. Our mission is to discover the most select and rarified estate-bottled wines and quality spirits from pristine countryside’s around the world. To this end, we seek out artisans who honor local traditions and practice sustainable agriculture. Our role is to listen carefully to our partners and customers, earn their trust, share ideas, and strive to make each better-off for the engagement.  In other words, “Do what’s right, In the most convivial way possible.”

Bodega Cunqueiro

S.L., Alma de Vino Mar y Montaña (2015)
Alma de Vino Mar y Montana (D.O. Ribeiro) is made from Treixadura, Torrontes, Godello, Albarino and Loureira grapes. Hot summers with cool nights in this micro-climate allow the grapes to ripen expressively, creating silky fruit, balanced acidity, and minerality from this sustainable and non-oaked creation.

Vina Eizaga

Lagar de Eizaga Crianza (2010)
Made from 100% Tempranillo grapes, aged 12 months in American oak barrels and 12 months in bottle before its release. Dark cherry red with purple glints and violet rim and good depth of color.

Bodega Carballal

Casa Abril Godello (2016)
The Godello grape is a lesser known Spanish grape that by the mid-20th century had almost disappeared but a small group of growers and producers, dedicated to Godello, revived the grape and demonstrated what could be achieved with conscientious farming and careful winemaking.

EccociWine

Eccoci Tinto Premium (2011)
Eccoci is made from a blend of grapes from both Can Nobas parcels near a river and Ca l'Elsa lying near an inactive volcano. 2011 is a blend of 50% Petit Verdot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 20% Merlot. This is a wine made of French grapes, in Spain by an Italian family. The best of winemaking.

Vino de la Tierra de Castilla

Casa Abril Coupage (2016)
When a wine is named after the winemaker, as in the case of Casa Abril (the house of April), chances are that a lot of patience, time and love went into each bottle.

Vino de la Tierra de Castilla

Casa Abril Coupage (2014)
When a wine is named after the winemaker, as in the case of Casa Abril (the house of April), chances are that a lot of patience, time and love went into each bottle.

Montebaco

Ribera del Duero Alma De Vino (2011)
This wine made from old vine Tempranillo (80-100+-year-old vines). 24 months aging in French oak barrels, 25% new and 75% used with a presence of lees to conserve the personality of the wine; no stabilization or fining resulting in a possibility of the presence of sediment.
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