At Manhattan's City Winery, located in the heart of Tribeca, over 300 barrels of wine are aging to perfection.
The fully functioning winery, which produces over 6,200 cases of wine a year, is also a music venue and restaurant — creating a unique culinary experience for attendees.
Business Insider recently went behind the scenes to see just how the urban winemaking process works.
On the morning we arrived, six tons of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, one ton of Pinot Noir grapes, and about four tons of Roussanne white wine grapes, had just been shipped in.
The Cab grapes are grown in Yountville, a landmark vineyard in Napa Valley.
The Pinot grapes came in from Durant vineyard in Willamette Valley, Oregon — and the Roussanne is from Alder Spring vineyard, located in Mendocino, California.
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