12 Broad Street Hamilton, NY 13346
Brick and Mortar Hours
Winter Hours (November 22-March 1)
Closed Sunday & Monday
Welcome to Crush Bottleshop in Hamilton, NY
Shop for your desired wine and spirits, put in your cart and select "pay by phone."
We will see your order (add discounts if applicable), call you for credit card information, age verification and determine pick-up time.
Argentina, Mendoza region
Grapes: 50% Malbec, 50% Syrah
This wine is fun and delicious! Bright medium red-ruby. Brambly blackberry, dark raspberry, black pepper, mocha and minerals on the nose. Then rich, broad and almost chocolatey on the palate, offering a fine-grained texture and very good concentration to its sweet, juicy dark berry, pepper and spice flavors.
The bodega was originally owned by Italian immigrants and had been abandoned for more than a decade. He hired street artists to paint it with his wine labels on the walls. One of the artists painted a gigantic gorilla on the exterior wall of the winery, stealing the wines. Soon the winery started being referred to as 'The Monkey’s Place' by the locals. It is in the 'Monkey's Place' that Matias makes another one of his most well-know wines, under the Via Revolucionaria label. Del Mono, which means 'From the Monkey'
As a longtime resident of the village of Hamilton, it has been my dream to provide a unique retail experience in the heart of Hamilton. Over the years, my husband Doug and I have been fortunate to gain experience with wine and liquor through our restaurant and catering business, Seven Oaks. It was during this time that my passion and interest for wine blossomed and I started to envision a liquor and wine store that would provide both an interesting and affordable selection of wines and offer fun ways to educate the community about wine. From this vision, Crush Bottleshop was born in September of 2019.
I continue to hone my understanding of wine with recent trips to Italy and France and sommelier courses, there is so much to learn! I offer monthly, free themed wine classes, regular tastings, and ideas for holiday pairings when our shop is running it’s regular hours.
I am always open to questions and suggestions, feel free to drop me a line.