It’s the end of the vine for Feliz Red.
The popular red table wine — a 2005 vintage created exclusively by Park Slope liquor store Red, White and Bubbly — quickly became a best seller after the first bottles went on sale in 2007.
Such a big seller, in fact, that there’s no more Feliz Red to go around.
“We started with 350 cases — and we thought that would last us two years,” said Red, White and Bubbly owner Adam Goldstein. “But we ended up selling our whole stock in only one year.” (Unlike a jug wine company, Goldstein’s Brooklyn Wine Company has sold all its wine before it’s time.)
Now, with only 20 cases left, Red, White & Bubbly is teaming up with Brooklyn Industries to host a “Last of the Vintage” event on Thursday that will feature specially made T-shirts (oh, and there will be wine, of course; the remaining bottles are being embargoed for the party).
“Last of the Vintage” party at Red, White & Bubbly (211 Fifth Ave. between President and Union streets in Park Slope) is on Oct. 16. For info and time of party, call (718) 636-9463.