One of the Bay Area’s most famous restaurants had its stolen wine recovered after the discovery of 76 bottles was found in a private cellar in North Carolina last week but none it will be able to go back on the wine list just yet.
The Bay Area’s most famous restaurant is about to get its wine list back after the discovery of 76 bottles of stolen wine in a private cellar in North Carolina.
Bottle bandits are targeting high-end wine may be busier than originally thought.
$300,000 Of High-End Wine Stolen In French Laundry Heist On Christmas Day; 6 Times Higher Than Estimated
The total value of dozens of high-end bottles of wine stolen from the French Laundry restaurant over Christmas was six times what the sheriff’s office initially estimated, according to the restaurant.
Wine that sold for nearly $8,000 a bottle was stolen from the French Laundry in Napa Valley, a restaurant that has twice been named the best in the world.
With the holidays upon us, Narsai David has two wine selections that won’t break the budget and are easy to pair with food.
Narsai’s wine recommendations include a couple of reds from J. Lohr Estates in Paso Robles and one white that’s a little out of the ordinary. Find out which goes best with turkey for a holiday dinner.
Our food and wine critic, Narsai David, is apprehensive of Wine Advocate, Robert Parker’s liberal 100 point system that has seen droves of top-ranking wines in recent years.
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The 2011 Wild Oats Shiraz from the central ranges of Australia has a medium, deep garnet color and bright-deep spicy aroma of fully ripe berries. Narsai has more suggestions and a wine guide.