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Winemak’Her Bar : Charcuterie, fromage et baguettes

08/04/2021

Le Petit Journal de New-York
Quand on rentre chez Winemak’Her Bar, on se sent comme à la maison. Sans doute grâce à l’accueil chaleureux de la propriétaire des lieux, dont le sourire et la bonne humeur transparaissent derrière son masque en tissu.
À l’entrée, un gros sceau rempli de bouchons de bouteilles de vin : un trésor de guerre pour ce restaurant, « ce sont tous les bouchons que nous avons gardés depuis l’ouverture » annonce fièrement Alexandra. L’ouverture, parlons-en ! Alexandra et Davy ont reçu leur autorisation d’exercer en plein confinement — et donc fermeture des restaurants de la ville — il y a tout juste un an. Depuis, de l’eau a coulé sous les ponts, et Alexandra n’a cessé de remplir des verres de vin. Des nectars qu’elle sélectionne elle-même. Des vins produits par des vigneronnes, en France, aux États-Unis, en Italie, en Amérique du Sud...

Winemak'Her in Park Slope offers French cuisine and wine by women winemakers

May 27, 2021

News 12 Brooklyn
A Park Slope bar and restaurant offers a south of France flair to its location.
Just as the state went on pause last year, Alexandra Charpentier got her liquor license for her dream business, Winemak'Her.
She says her bar highlights women winemakers and serves French cuisine.
Charpentier says she didn't expect the business to be French-focused, but customers say it's that ambience that keep them coming back.
Customer Patricia Wedding says the restaurant is like taking a trip to a different country.
"Very European feel without your passport," Wedding says. "I haven't gotten a chance to travel, so this is how I travel. I travel through my food."
Although it's been a trying year as a new business, Charpentier says she's excited to celebrate the one-year anniversary of opening on Saturday.

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Times Out New-York

JUNE 18 2021

A Park Slope bar and restaurant offers a south of France flair to its location.
Just as the state went on pause last year, Alexandra Charpentier got her liquor license for her dream business, Winemak'Her.
She says her bar highlights women winemakers and serves French cuisine.
Charpentier says she didn't expect the business to be French-focused, but customers say it's that ambience that keep them coming back.
Customer Patricia Wedding says the restaurant is like taking a trip to a different country.
"Very European feel without your passport," Wedding says. "I haven't gotten a chance to travel, so this is how I travel. I travel through my food."
Although it's been a trying year as a new business, Charpentier says she's excited to celebrate the one-year anniversary of opening on Saturday.