Sharing wine with you is the best part of our job. New producers, interesting vintages, obscure varietals. There is so much to discover. Certainly, there are wines we come across that we want to sit quietly with and think about sip after sip, but that’s not the everyday experience. We want to create the best experience for you every time you open a new bottle no matter when that is. Sometimes that means we’re showing you something you’ve never heard of, but sometimes it means reminding you of the familiar favorites we all enjoy.
Listening to Andrew Colgan talk about the Bolognese and Chicken Pot Pies made at Waverly in Charlestown, has us craving our favorite comfort wines of fall. This is why we love profiling restaurants all over the city. Each one reminds us how many ways there are to enjoy a meal.
T H E W I N E S
Weingut Lagler, Ried Burberg Grüner Veltliner - Light & so chic. Lean, clean, & ready for some bitter greens. This Grüner can get it. Pair with Waverly's Mac & Cheese.
Jean-Paul Brun, Terres Dorées, l'Ancien Beaujolais- Medium bodied & bouncy. Cherry Jolly Ranchers, Cinnamon Stick. Flirty & fun. The little black dress of wines. Beaujolais for life. Pair with Waverly's Duck Poutine or Pot Pie.
Poderi Cellario, Sabinot Barbera - Full bodied & so alluring. Wet Rocks, Dr. Pepper, No. 2 Pencils. Warm, savory Barbera that hugs you tight. Smashed black cherries & sundried tomatoes. Pair with Waverly's Papardelle Bolognese or Steak Frites.
Clos Siguier, Cahors Malbec - Full bodied & restoring. Milk Chocolate, Soy Sauce, Elderberries. Confident Malbec who don't need no man. This Cahors is such a tease. Pair with Waverly's Braised Short Ribs.