Sommelier Roundtable: Desert Island Wine Picks

Wine Spectator wrote a fun article where they spoke with eight wine experts from Restaurant Award winners, all of whom shared their three desert island wines they couldn’t live without – and Champagne Bollinger earned a place on the island. It is worth reading in full for inspiration, as “some got practical (lower-acid wines for everyday drinking), some got creative (pairings for coconuts and seafood) and some combined the two.”

Sabrina Schatz, sommelier at Best of Award of Excellence winner Washington Inn in Cape May, NJ said, “Bollinger Champagne, because I love it and I don’t need food to drink it. I do enjoy Champagne aged in oak especially. I actually just visited the winery in Aÿ yesterday and that tasting confirmed my answer!” Read the rest of her picks, as well as the other seven experts HERE