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This topic may be of interest:

Who offers the best restaurant winelist, which by my definition is: widest selection with best QPR at wide range of price points?

By city please: who, where and why?

Cheers

Jhcolman

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Dino in Washington DC is you are really into Italian wine.


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In my experience, it has to be Berns in Tampa.


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In my experience, it has to be Berns in Tampa.


I'd have to agree. Sparks in NYC has a great one. Best French list I ever saw was La Cote Basque.


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Join Wine Spectator's internet site and you can access all of their awarded restaurants of which many have top-related lists. You may be able to Google this as well...not sure.
 
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Bern's
 
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Join Wine Spectator's internet site and you can access all of their awarded restaurants of which many have top-related lists. You may be able to Google this as well...not sure.


Just remember to pay far more attention to "Best of Award of Excellence" and "Grand Award" winners. These restaurants typically have decent wine lists, whereas the "award of excellence" winners are really a mixed bag.
 
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Bern's


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I think Nopa in SF's list is great. Not necessarily for having an extensive list of rare or trophy bottles but they have a great list with breadth and most are under 50% mark-up from retail.
 
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