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It’s a perennial problem: you want to choose your wines by style, but your dining companion wants to peruse the list by country of origin. What do you do? Well, this list will keep both parties happy. The wines are split up in both ways (the former with full, helpful tasting notes), and with a wide spread of wines there should be something for everyone, however they choose to find it! And the tasting note ‘Yes. Lambrusco. And it’s bloody lovely.’ should win an award.
Vinoteca, Soho – Peering into the window of Vinoteca (yes, again) fascinates me. I have to admit that for once, I was wooed into a restaurant because of it’s wine menu. Can a restaurant of such size (Vinoteca is not big) be able to stock all those wines? It only became clear to me when we were given a folder of their drinks menu that Vinoteca was a wine bar. I don’t know the definition of what a wine bar constitutes but it all makes sense now with regards to the vast range of wine that they store. All it looked to me, from the outside was a posh cafe / restaurant style with wine in profusion. We came across Vinoteca...
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