Kensington residents and Ditmas Park are about to really have a new source for really local wine.
The program would be to develop a boutique” company that is “, Pino said, the stock of whose is going to be over three quarters wine that is local, from throughout the state. The Gilded Grape additionally expects to seek out smaller, family-run wine producers — soda” wineries and “mom.
As well as the Gilded Grape is an area company in other manners. Pino, Rob Coleman, and her associate, were both born and raised in Brooklyn.
Pino grew up in Bensonhurst that was nearby. Coleman was raised at 727 Church Avenue — where the much-hoped-for wine store Malaysia will be found in the building —.
The Gilded Grape is being built-out especially using a community focus at heart, said Pino, who sees it as as networking space and a neighborhood party. “It’s going to not be ugly,” she said. “We’re really excited.”