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posted on May 26, 2017
Cadet
review by Julia Weinberg

Inspired by the late-night dance-and-drink parties at winemaker Abe Schoener’s place, Colleen Fleming and Aubrey Bailey opened Cadet on an alley off First Street in the summer of 2014. It’s since transformed Napa nightlife. Or perhaps more accurately, created ...Read the full review

posted on April 24, 2017
La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels
review by Tara Q. Thomas

Caleb Ganzer, a W&S Best New Sommelier of 2016, has quickly turned this dark NoLita space into a sommelier hangout, thanks in particular to the extensive Champagne list, where rare bottles regularly turn up at a ...Read the full review

posted on April 24, 2017
Four Horsemen
review by Tara Q. Thomas

Manhattan may have its fair share of natural wine bars, yet The Four Horsemen regularly draws diners across the Williamsburg Bridge, to see what Justin Chearno is pouring. It’s an equal-opportunity scene, where bottles of Georgian rkatsiteli mingle with Dutraive cru Beaujolais and Arnot-Roberts trousseau, not to mention ...Read the full review

posted on April 24, 2017
Aldo Sohm Wine Bar
review by Tara Q. Thomas

The best post-theater option for great wine and a quick bite, thanks to Aldo Sohm’s ever-changing, far-ranging by-the-glass selection and the Austrian-accented charcuterie tower.

posted on April 20, 2017
City Wine Shop
review by Ben Canaider

A top-end of town wine mecca, sitting opposite Parliament House. Dark-timber paneling, a tiled bar and assured, natural wine service: You could be in France. You could be in Spain. Because Melbourne is a truly international city. Twenty wines by the glass—Germany, Georgia, Australia, Sicily, Burgundy—always changing. ...Read the full review

posted on April 12, 2017
Comptoir
review by Ben Canaider

And it certainly is. A counter, a bar. That’s Comptoir. And over it come some unputdownable glasses of wine and some unmissable snacks and savories. Two of Australia’s most respected sommeliers—David Lawler and Tim Sacklin—set up Comptoir just last year with very “somm” priorities: wine ...Read the full review

posted on March 22, 2017
Income Tax
review by John Lenart

A wine bar named after a classic cocktail, a bottle list that outsells by-the-glass selections, and a menu designed around the wine list: This is Income Tax, a new reason to head to Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood. Owner Nelson Finch ...Read the full review

posted on February 6, 2017
FLG Terroir
review by Elaine Chukan Brown

Late last year, Fred Wojtkielewicz transformed local downtown favorite The Wine Lo into FLG Terroir, a conversation-friendly wine lover’s retreat. The space is warm and expansive, with stone-cut tile, an exposed beam ceiling and an open kitchen. The wine ...Read the full review

posted on December 13, 2016
a.Kitchen + bar
review by Emily Teel & Benjamin Lemoine

Sleek and modern, a.Kitchen is where you’ll find Mariel Wega, one of Wine & Spirits’ Best New Sommeliers of 2016. Her selection of 250-plus wines, including an array of large-format bottles and splits, feels as though ...Read the full review

posted on December 12, 2016
The Good King Tavern
review by Emily Teel & Benjamin Lemoine

Bohemian and gregarious, with a convivial European spirit, The Good King is like countless places in France, but it’s the only one like it in Philadelphia. Co-owners Chloe Grigri and her father, Bernard, a wine importer, have created a true bistro à vins in Bella Vista. While the menu ...Read the full review

posted on October 13, 2016
Union Larder
review by Luke Sykora

Run by Jay Esopenko and Melissa Gugni, who also own the Little Vine wine shop in North Beach, Union Larder is where the cool kids hang out after work, thanks to the cheeses curated by Kristi Bachman, former program director of the Cheese School of San Francisco, and a ...Read the full review

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