The 12 Best Restaurants in New York For Wine

The 12 Best Restaurants in New York For Wine

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Simply put, New York City offers the world’s greatest concentration of wonderful wine. With an unparalleled variety of restaurants and fine-wine shops and a ready supply of disposable income, it beckons to winemakers, merchants and drinkers.

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    I can’t remember the last time I heard anybody mention Tribeca Grill, but take a glance at its wine list and you have something to talk about.
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    Nice Matin is an unprepossessing Upper West Side bistro inclined, naturally, toward Provençal food. Who would expect such a rich, deep wine list so full of surprises and good buys?
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    The list at Eleven Madison Park qualifies as great in any number of ways. It certainly meets the standard of global depth required of the world’s luxury restaurants.
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    Casa Mono, the tiny Batali-Bastianich venture into Spanish cuisine, remains a superb casual dining destination, not least because of its exceptionally deep, intriguing list.
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    When Reynard opened in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, last year it was vilified in some quarters for the obscurity of its all-French wine list. I thought that the criticism was overblown, and that the list was perfectly matched to its milieu and full of gems.
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    Franny’s became a beloved Brooklyn institution by serving terrific food and wine, never pandering. That goes especially for the wine list, a fountain of perhaps unfamiliar names from throughout Italy, yet all well chosen.
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    Babbo has always had a terrific list, as have all the Mario Batali-Joe Bastianich restaurants (see my Spanish list below), and it continues to improve.
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    Pearl & Ash on the Lower East Side hasn’t been open a year, but the wine director, Patrick Cappiello, has already put together one of the city’s deepest, most disarming and most fascinating lists.
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    Charlie Bird, a jewel of a new restaurant in the West Village, would be expected to have an excellent list. This concise yet fascinating selection is one of the smartest I’ve seen, with something for everybody.
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    I can’t think of any restaurant that dives as deeply into Burgundy, with as many rare bottles from older vintages, courtesy of the Daniel Boulud corporate wine director, Daniel Johnnes.
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    At Gramercy Tavern, the wine director Juliette Pope maintains and augments what has long been one of New York’s best lists.
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    Ms. Lepeltier's list has grown into an unbelievably good world selection, replete with surprises, delights, good values and safe choices for those who don't venture to the Upper East Side to trifle with some hippie winemaker's funky experiment.
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