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The area’s first boutique wine and spirits shop, which opened in 2004, is so good it may as well be the wine shop in a world-class hotel. Owners and wine aficionados Jai Jai Greenfield and Eric Woods opened the store because, as Woods says, “As a consumer, it was a challenge to find and purchase wine in Harlem that I wanted to drink.” Prices average around $15, and labels come from around the globe, including Chile, New Zealand and Long Island.