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Brushstroke perfectly reflects its Asian roots by offering wine, sake or wine and sake pairings. The Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant’s wine list is built purely around the cuisine, meaning you’ll have no problem finding the perfect complement to your giant Pacific oyster or Wagyu steak. Boasting a rich selection of Loire Valley wines, whites, red burgundies, champagnes and rhones, you’ll find a number of standouts, including a 2005 Chablis Montee de Tonnerre from Raveneau and a 1997 Gevrey Chambertin En Champs Vieilles Vignes from Denis Mortet. When it comes to sakes, you won’t want to miss trying two of New York’s rare selections: the Tatsuriki "Elegance" Junmai Daiginjo and Ishojiman Tokubetsu Junmai.