FSR: Why Retail Wines Don’t Always Work in Restaurants


FSR: Why Retail Wines Don’t Always Work in Restaurants

FSR: Why Retail Wines Don’t Always Work in Restaurants

“At Flagstaff House Restaurant in Boulder, Colorado, sommelier and beverage director Elizabeth Sammuri has noticed vermouths and lambruscos growing in popularity. ‘We find that more and more people are requesting vermouths, either on the rocks or in a simple cocktail,’ she says. ‘We also work with different grape varieties that can lead to the wine having different unique flavors; lambrusco is a perfect example of this. The final wine is sparkling and can be sweet or dry. It has a flavor profile unlike any other wine.’”

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