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40 Years in the import, distribution & retail wine business
Created top end market in Greenwich CT with Horseneck Wines & Spirits
Loves to smile and laugh
Terry's wine of choice is
She is a dog lover
Absolutley #1 in the business.
We love dealing with Terry. She always suggest the best wines.
Terry is one of a kind.
Harbor Point wasn't Harbor Point until Harbor Point Wines & Spirits came along.
Theresa Rogers best known in the community at the owner of downtown Greenwich’s Horseneck Wines & Liquors, opens new location, Harbor Point Wines & Spirits. Theresa “Terry” Rogers with 40 years of wine experience is bringing a new spin on shopping for wine and spirits. Harbor Point Wines and Spirits opened July 12, 2018 to the community and is open daily at 130 Washington Blvd. Rogers lives with her husband a few hundred yards away in the Infinity apartment building.
“I’ve done a number of wine tastings for the Harbor Point residents, and it’s always a wonderful turnout as people are very excited about learning about wine, at Harbor Point Wines & Spirits, we want to make it a family feel when people walk in the store, everyone is welcome.”
Taking 1,347 square feet at the site of a former Walgreens, Harbor Point Wines & Spirits will operate yards away from a bustling restaurant row on Harbor Point Road that includes Sign of the Whale, Salt Bar, Bareburger, Fortina and the new Mexicue.
“We’ll do a lot of events with the restaurants,” Rogers said. “And we want to make it fun and educational. We’ll have virtual (video) conferencing from wineries, so if one of them is having a tasting, you can be part of that experience here.”
Rogers has owned Horseneck Wines & Liquors, of which operates at 25 E. Putnam Ave., since 1989. Food & Wine Magazine has names Rogers as a wine expert that searches out great value.With so many dog lovers in the community, residents can look forward to a dog friendly vibe, with featured wines that are inspired by a “Dog of the Week.” Weekly tastings can be expected as well as wine dinners as Rogers teams up with Stamford restaurants.
Harbor Point Wines & Spirits is a space that is communal with benches and a couch for socializing and comfort. A wall size mural of Napa Valley hand painted by local artist Lydia Larson inspires the art and interior. The interior also has ceiling art by local artist Karen Rossi.
Along with wines the community can expect quality spirits and craft beer.
Theresa Rogers is a true wine professional, purchasing Horseneck Wines and Liquors in 1989. Strategically building a customer base with new and exciting wine and education. The store quickly became the place where the CEO came to buy their wine. Providing service and quality also delivering to homes and planning beverage programs for parties of 20 ppl – 1500ppl. Rogers relationships with top producers in the World is unmatched. The business grows with new clients everyday, mostly through word of mouth and through charity events that Rogers is involved with.
Rogers also organizes wine tours through Napa Valley & Sonoma, visiting the wine makers and owners who are not available to the regular public. Prior to owning a wine store Rogers started her own wine brokerage company called, The Wine Professionals in 1985. Working with the best Rogers has created a house hold name.
About the Artist
Artist Lydia Larson stands in front of her latest mural for Stamford’s exciting new addition, Harbor Point Wines and Spirits located at 130 Washington Blvd. Inspired by owner Theresa Rogers love for Sonoma and Napa vineyards, the artist created an original piece depicting the magic of wine country. With rolling hills, sweeping clouds, and a chateau in the distance, the piece is sure to inspire.
Trained and traveled, Lydia is committed to navigating the art world on her own terms. In addition to maintaining a vibrant studio practice, Lydia collaborates with home-owners, designers, architects, and businesses to create one of kind, site specific works across Fairfield County and beyond. From commercial and residential murals to custom artwork that ties together and elevates a space, the artist’s passion is contagious.
You can see more of Lydia Larson’s work here, www.lydialarson.com.