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Brushstroke’s wine list (built purely around the New York restaurant’s tasting menus) is vast and boasts a number of special wines. Can’t-miss vintages include the 2005 Chablis Monte de Tonnerre from Raveneau, the 1997 Gevrey Chambertin, the En Champs Vielles Vignes from Denis Mortet, the 2001 Chateauneuf-du-Pape Mon Aieul from Pierre Usseglio and the 1998 Chateau Climens. You may also want to check out the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s rare sakes, which include Tatsuriki "Elegance" Junmai Daiginjo and Ishojiman Tokubetsu Junmai. Sommelier Seju Yang is well-versed in both wines and sakes and can recommend the perfect pairing to accompany your meal.