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Masa’s 26 courses of delicious appetizers, exotic sushi and a refreshing grapefruit granite make for an indulgent dining experience, and accordingly, the restaurant offers several special and rare bottles of wine and sake to complement your meal.
This Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant offers four types of Domaine de la Romanee Conti, a red Burgundy, priced at $2,000 to $2,850 a bottle, as well as several Bordeaux wines that cost more than $2,500 a bottle. If you’d like to pair a lighter drink with your sushi, you can also choose from a handful of white Burgundy options that range in price from $860 to $1,550 a bottle and a couple of champagnes at $1,000 to $1,100 a bottle.
We highly recommend trying the sake, which shines at the New York restaurant. You’ll have six varieties to choose from, in addition to a private label made just for Masa, priced at $87 a bottle. Several sakes cost in the $200 to $300 range per bottle, and a fine and rare Ginjo sake from Ishikawa, aged 10 years, costs $1,200 a bottle at this New York sushi restaurant.