MORRISTOWN, NJ – A new wine store will be opening in Morristown in early 2018.
Amanti Vino Proprietor Sharon Sevrens, will be modeling the storefront after the Montclair location. The Morristown shop is currently undergoing buildout in a 3,000-square-foot space at 60A South Street. The design will be modeled after the Montclair location, where bottles are displayed artfully on custom-built shelving and a playful decor creates a welcoming vibe. Area wine lovers will have the opportunity to discover the best boutique wines from around the world at all price points. Sevrens personally selects each wine with her friendly, professionally trained staff.
"We take great pride in choosing the very best wines at all prices from around the world. There's nothing we love more than having a customer come back to thank us for opening their eyes to a new grape or region," says Sevrens. "My goal is to have great wine for everyone, from the everyday consumer looking for superb quality at low prices to the most serious collectors of some of the most sought-after cult wines."
In addition to the carefully curated selection of exceptional wines, spirits and beer, Amanti Vino is known for its approachable, well-trained staff, memorable wine dinners with acclaimed local chefs and restaurateurs and a heartfelt commitment to building and supporting the community.
Consumer education is also important to Sevrens, a former investment banker who left Wall Street to become a sommelier and parlay her passion for wine into a thriving business. Amanti Vino is the only Approved Provider in NJ of the prestigious UK-based Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET) courses, catering to industry professionals and serious enthusiasts. As in Montclair, the Morristown store will include a classroom for everything from WSET certification at all levels to proprietary classes designed for everyone from neophytes to aficionados.
"We can't wait to expand our audience in Morris County and become a part of the fabric that makes Morristown and the surrounding area so special," says Sevrens.