Does The Immigrant Restaurant offer any special or rare bottles of wine?

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In keeping with Kohler’s philosophy on quality, every wine on The Immigrant Restaurant list has received a minimum of 88 points from The Wine Spectator or Wine Advocate. You can choose from a number of very special and rare bottles of wine, many of which have been procured at auction. Two varieties of Châteauneuf-du-Pape whites include a 2009 Clos de Papes and 2007 “Cuveé Boisrenand” from Domaine de Beaurenard. Several highly sought-after American cabernet sauvignons are the cult-followed Screaming Eagle 2004 vintage and a number of Oakville Reserves from the Robert Mondavi Winery, as well as vintages from Robert Mondavi & Baron Philippe de Rothschild’s Opus One. If you’re a connoisseur of Burgundy reds, there are three selections from Domaine de la Romanée-Conti with a “Grands Échezeaux” from 2006.

If all these selections sound like Greek to you, don’t be shy; the wine director at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is more than happy to help you select vintages to pair with your food so that you can get the maximum flavors out of every meal.

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