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One Great ListCharleston

At FIG, The Menu Changes With the Seasons. So Does The Wine List.

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  Locals know that to…

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One Great ListNew York

At Harlem’s Clay, A Spotlight on the Wines of Spain and Italy

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  There’s a lot swirling…

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GuidesLondon

Where to Drink Outstanding Natural Wine in London

London’s obsession with natural wines continues apace. From scene favourites in East London to those nipping at their heels in…

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Wine Hit ListLondon

Planque, Quality Wines, Noble Rot Soho, and More: Introducing the Resy Wine Hit List

Wine has always trafficked in exclusion: in snobbery and prejudice, historically; more recently in us-vs-them cliques (and snobbery and prejudice).…

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The backyard at St. Vincent Wine.

One Great ListWashington D.C.

At St. Vincent Wine, It’s D.C. By Way of New Orleans

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  “This street, Georgia Avenue,…

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Come for the fish, stay for the wine. // Photo courtesy of Dame

Wine Hit ListNew York

The Wine Hit List, Peak Summer Edition: Dame, LittleMad, Da Toscano, and More

We’re in this beautiful moment of grace right now, it seems, where New York wine lists are concerned. Who knows…

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A spread of wine and snacks at Pluck.

One Great ListNew Orleans

Forget Cocktails. Newcomer Pluck Wants New Orleans to Drink Wine.

One Great List is Resy’s occasional tribute to particularly noteworthy or unique wine programs around the country.  That New Orleans is…

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Photo courtesy of Barsha

WineLos Angeles

The Resy Guide to Drinking Natural Wine in L.A. Right Now

As trends go, the natural wine scene in Los Angeles is mellowing — seeping into the fabric of the city’s…

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GuidesBoston

The Resy Guide to Natural Wine in Boston

The natural wine scene is alive and kicking in Boston. The bottles that everyone is buzzing about — whether you…

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Austin Power, center, wants everyone to find a context to drink sake. // Photo courtesy of Accidental Bar

InterviewsNew York

Accidental Bar’s Austin Power Wants Everyone to Love Sake

Forty days may be enough time for a biblical flood, but it is not much time to open a restaurant,…

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