Teutonic’s New Tasting Room Is Just as Singular and Handmade as the Wine – By Jordan Michelman
At the new Brooklyn tasting room for Teutonic Wine Co. (3303 SE 20th Ave., 235-5053, teutonicwines.com), the first thing winemaker Barnaby Tuttle did was ask if we wanted a beer.
This wasn’t quite a joke. There’s Rainier on the menu under a list of 11 mostly German- or Alsatian-style wines by the glass, served on a bar top made by pouring clear resin over cuts from Tuttle’s neighbor’s woodpile. It’s a rare place where…click here to continue reading.