Cork Wines & Spirits

We have the finest wine selection and will ensure you have the best customer experience in the area.

Cork Wines & Spirits opened in Hoboken July 2014 and in Harrison December 2014.  Both cities were in need of a fine wine shop to meet the palates of an amazing and knowledgeable crowd of wine enthusiasts. Not only do they love a delicious wine, but are willing to explore the vast ways that people extract this liquid from grapes. We have taken it upon ourselves to find winemakers who are interested in bringing their creations to New Jersey.  The Wine Guys taste every wine that is in our stores, handpicking each item, making sure that our customers receive only the best. In addition, we encourage our customers to participate in our tasting panels adding their selections to our offering!

Wine Tasting and Film Screening

  • Hoboken Historical Museum 1301 Hudson Street Hoboken, NJ 07030 USA

Join us at the Hoboken Historical Museum for the Black Maria Film Festival.  Tickets $10 in advance at http://bit.ly/BlackMaria_HHM or $12.00 at the door.

The Hoboken Museum is pleased to welcome back New Jersey's own Black Maria Film Festival for an evening of wine-tasting and short documentary films, with wine provided by Cork Wine & Spirits (1450 Washington St.). Festival director Jane Steuerwald will introduce a selection of the festival's award-winning short films, including "Umbrella House," whose director Catalina Santamaria, will be present for the Q&A session. Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 day of the show. Click here to buy a ticket

Since 1981, the mission of the Black Maria Film Festival has been to promote, illuminate, and advocate innovation in the art of the moving image. The festival has passionately embraced this mission for the past thirty-five years, and is named after the world's first motion picture studio built by Thomas Edison, where he made all of his own short experimental films. Moviemaker's Spring 2010 issue lists the Black Maria Film Festival as one of "25 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee."