If you've dined at Frasca, you know the pleasures of leafing through the tome that is the wine list. It's big. It can be intimidating. But nothing compares—not only in our estimation, but also according to New York's prestigious culinary authority, the James Beard Foundation, which awarded Frasca top honors for wine service this spring.
Our readers dig the user-friendly “More Than a Glass” menu—categorized into tastes such as “luscious,” “soft,” and “fresh” for whites and “juicy,” “smooth,” and “rich,” for reds—as much as we do. 410 E. Seventh Ave., 303-861-9463, www.lalaswinebar.com
When we sit down and scope out a wine list, there are a couple of things in particular we’re looking for. The first is to be surprised. The second is a price range that won’t force us to take out a second mortgage for a bottle of grape juice. Row 14 in downtown’s Spire hits the sweet spot with its constantly changing list.
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