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Adam Goldstein and partner Darrin Siegfried, co-owners of the wine store Red, White and Bubbly, at 211 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope, toasted their new Brooklyn Wine Co. by cracking open a few bottles of their “Feliz White” and “Feliz Red” varieties. The May 11 party drew the borough’s glitterati, including District Attorney Charles Hynes (pictured).

The borough’s top lawman celebrated the launch of Brooklyn’s first wine label by partaking of a little red, by the way. The wine (admittedly made in California) was crafted from a recipe cooked up by Goldstein and Siegfried, who wanted their wine to be high-quality, yet affordable “everyday” vino. And though it’s bottled in the so-called Golden State, everything else — from the bold flavors to the bridge on the label to artist Ryan Seslow, who drew the logo — is pure Brooklyn.

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