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We asked a dozen-plus of the city's top sommeliers to share their picks with us for some very specific scenarios...starting with a pretty timely one.
You’re heading out early for a ski day and then straight to a friend’s house for dinner, so the bottle of wine you’re bringing is going to have to stay in the cold car all day long. What do you choose?
I love this wine, and it is especially delicious with a little chill on it. Fresh and juicy with a hint of spice.—Lisa Cook, Savio Volpe
This dry, grippy, frothy red is warming and cozy at any temperature.—Jason Yamasaki, Joey
Because it’s going to be perfectly chilled, and all that salinity and pear flavour is going to make your mouth water!—Shane Taylor, CinCin
Bordeaux whites are highly underrated—such a great value for so much flavour and complexity. It will be at the perfect temperature in the car by the time I’m done skiing.—Sebastien LeGoff, Cactus Club
This is a tasty traditional-method sparkling and one of my favorite go-tos. A bottle of bubbles is always welcome at a dinner party, especially if it’s already chilled when you get there.—Katie Berlinguette, Sonora Resort
I am consistently blown away by the calibre of this wine and its friendliness with food. It is searingly dry, however, so make sure to serve in regular wineglasses—not flutes, to fully appreciate its aroma and flavour intensity.—Kieren Fanning, Pepino’s