Favourite Wines By The Glass


With many individuals consuming much less total, and customarily consuming much less wine than they used to, bars and eating places have to pay shut consideration to their by-the-glass choice. What makes a wine a great contender to supply by the glass? We requested a number of on-premise wine professionals to share their present favorites.

Patrick Panella, beverage director, Malagón in Charleston, SC

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Patrick Panella

WINE: Clos Sainte Magdeleine, Côtes de Provence rosé ($14 to $16 a glass, relying on pour dimension, classic, inflation, and so forth.)

WHY: This wine embodies all the things I like about Provençal rosé, with its crisp acid, floral bouquet and the salmon colour.

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Kristin Courville

WINE: Dominio del Challao Angelita 2020 from Rioja, Spain ($24 a glass)

WHY: I like this wine as a result of it reveals the true class that Spanish wines are able to. Angelita drinks like a phenomenal Côte de Nuits, and is improbable paired with a spread of dishes from fish to pork.

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Craig Biggins, common supervisor, Oak at Fourteenth in Boulder, CO.

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Craig Biggins

WINE: Château Bela Riesling, Sturovo, Mula, Slovakia ($14 a glass)

WHY: This can be a enjoyable wine to function as a result of it’s made by Egon Müller, a fantastic winemaker from the Mosel in Germany. It’s an historic property that was first planted to vine by the Romans. He ferments this wine dry, and it has the basic unmistakable character of citrus, flint, beeswax and mineral crispness corresponding to the good rieslings made in Austria and Alsace fairly than Müller’s native Mosel type.

Madeline Maldonado, lead sommelier, Mercado Little Spain in New York.

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Madeline Maldonado

WINE: Balma Brut Nature Reserva Mas Bertran, Xarl-lo, Macabeo, Parellada — Basic Penedes 2017 ($16 a glass)

WHY: I like bubbles, and they are often loved to start out a meal, to get pleasure from with food and on the finish of the meal. It’s a wine that’s not solely restricted to celebrating however they are often gastronomic, and the Balma is an effective instance of a gastronomic glowing wine. Please notice it’s not a cava, however an space that’s dedicated to increased high quality fruits, sustainability, and smaller manufacturing. Basic Penedes.

Bryce Faucheaux, wine director, Justine in New Orleans.

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Bryce Faucheaux

WINE: Benoît Cantin Irancy 2019 ($16 a glass)

WHY: “Wine from Irancy is seen on wine lists throughout Beaune and in Paris, however is nearly exceptional within the U.S., particularly from a by-the-glass standpoint. Irancy is a village within the northwest nook of Burgundy in the identical département that Chablis is positioned in (Yonne département); it’s also the one appellation within the Yonne that may make pink wine. 

Benoît Cantin makes a beautiful illustration of Irancy that’s 100% pinot noir, though as much as 10% mixed pinot gris and césar are allowed to be blended into these reds. I’m vastly terroir-focused, so I like that this wine shares the identical Kimmeridgian limestone with Champagne, Chablis, and Sancerre. 

The extreme minerality of this soil clearly interprets into Cantin’s vibrant and energetic wines. Cantin additionally promotes sustainability: Grapes are hand harvested; the wines are fermented in cement tanks and aged in oak barrels (15% new; sourced from the household’s land and from a neighborhood forest).

This wine has that unmistakable pink Burgundy allure, with a beautiful mixture of darkish cherry, cardamom, forest flooring and violets. There’s a medium ruby colour with glints of garnet; on the palate, there’s class, construction, a silky texture, nice focus, and a light-weight to medium physique. With how costly Burgundy has develop into, this can be a nice bottle and area that has been broadly undiscovered.”

Jason Hedges, beverage director, LT Hospitality in New York.

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Jason Hedges

WINE: Bruno Giacosa, Roero Arneis, Piedmont 2022 ($22 a glass)

WHY: This wine has vibrant acidity giving it nice construction to again up its fruity and fragrant profile, which is redolent with notes of citrus and orchard fruit and floral notes of white flowers and orange blossoms. It’s additionally a flexible wine that may be loved by itself or paired with a number of summer season dishes. Its acidity and freshness make it a fantastic companion to seafood, mild salads, grilled greens and chicken dishes.

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Hannah Hopkins

WINE: 2022 Lunaria “Ramora” biodynamic pinot grigio from Abruzzo, Italy ($12 a glass/$48 a bottle) 

WHY: We’re excited to offer this natural and biodynamic wine by the glass at Yampa Valley Kitchen. It pairs so nicely with our complete idea. 

It’s not solely lovely to have a look at due to coppery colour, nevertheless it’s so scrumptious with aromas of melon, Asian pear, stone fruit with a great quantity of minerality and a refreshing end. This pairs nicely with lighter meals, salads and seafood.





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