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With a wine list nearly as long as the Rhine, it’s no wonder Bouley, a Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, boasts a number of special and rare vintages — served both by the glass and by the bottle. By the glass you’ll find an ’07 Mas Jullien from Languedoc (France), an ’82 Torto Albala Sherry and an ’05 Cuvee Constance from Huet. By the bottle, the New York restaurant offers a rare ’81 Henri Jayer Nuit St. George 1er Cru Les Meurgers that you won’t want to miss.
Of course, if you don’t want to give your wallet such a workout, there are plenty of sparkling, white, reds, ports and fortified wines that will quench your thirst at a more modest rate.