The wines we drank [note: each individual was poured wine based on what we were eating, so we didn’t all drink all of these bottles; also, forgive any spelling mistakes–the sommelier’s handwriting is a little hard to read!]: Larmandier-Bernier, Blanc de Blancs, Ice Cru MV; Meyer-Foune, Pinot Gris, ‘Vendange Tardive,’ Alsace 2008 [That was for Diana’s foie gras, I think; the next was for our beet salad]; Phillipe Foreau, Vouvray, ‘Demi-Sec’ 2005; Do Forreiro, Albarino, Rias Baiaxas, 2009; Jerome Chezeaux, “Les Chaumes,” Vosne-Romanee, Ice Cru 2008; Alvaro Palacios, “Finca Dofi,” Priorato 2007; Saracco, Moscato D’Asti 2011; Dizsnoko, Tokaji, Aszu 6, Puttodyos, Tokaj 200; Topas, “Special Select,” California 2004.
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