Ask a sommelier the best way to recharge at the end of the day, and chances are they’ll say “Champagne.” So it’s no surprise that Jayme Powers had to move her wine-country sparkling wine bar into bigger digs this year. Now in a sparkly gold-and-silver space right off of Sonoma’s main square, Sigh offers an ever-changing array of bubbles at low markups, featuring local greats like Iron Horse Wedding Cuvée ($54) and Champagnes like Lelarge-Pugeot’s Tradition ($74) and Roederer Cristal 2009 ($345).
120 W. Napa St., Sonoma, California
is W&S’s editor at large and covers the wines of the Mediterranean and Central and Eastern Europe for the magazine.
This story appears in the print issue of December 2018.
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