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Per Se offers a great selection of half bottles of wine that pair well with the nine-course tasting menus. The New York restaurant also stocks an extensive selection of magnums, like the 1989 Billecart-Salmon Cuvée Nicolas François Billecart or the 2000 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier-Montrachet, and many vintage champagnes.
Per Se’s wine list includes wines from around the world, and the sommelier staff, led by Michel Couvreux, can help you chose the best bottle for your meal at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star restaurant. You can either opt for the preset wine pairings with the prix fixe meals, or you can ask the staff for a vintage that suits your specific tastes. In the mood for something different to go with dinner? Sip a sherry, like Gonzales Byass palo cortado or Lustau amontillado. Per Se will also serve your own wines not represented on the list for a $90 fee per 750 mL.