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A team of longtime neighborhood residents is behind this new farm-to-table gem in Harlem. Wine director Gabriela Davogustto has stocked her list of 100 selections with wines from small, organically minded producers across the globe. It’s hard to find a boring choice, or a bottle above $100 for that matter. Forlorn Hope’s Que Saudade Verdelho ($60) is a great place to start, followed by the Old-Vine Carignane from Donkey & Goat ($60) or Pedro Parra’s Imaginador ($55).

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is the Italian wine editor at Wine & Spirits magazine.

This story appears in the print issue of April 2018.
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