See, swirl, sniff, sip, and savor spring’s best bottles during Philly Wine Week.
ONE WINE AT A TINE
Fork, a mainstay of Philly dining for nearly two decades, has, in the past few years, become a nationally lauded destination. No wonder: The food here is nothing short of stunning, and the wine program, featuring such stellar bottles as the Olga Raffault Les Picasses Chinon 2010 and the Champagne Colin Cuvée Alliance, works alongside the vision of the kitchen impeccably. 306 Market St., 215-625-9425; forkrestaurant.com
HAM IT UP
Jamonera is one of Philly’s finest homages to the glories of Iberian cuisine—not to mention a wine and sherry program that’s a study in Spanish grapes. For Wine Week, we love the R. López de Heredia Viña Gravonia Crianza 2003, a white wine for white-wine skeptics, or the Rotllan Torra 2012 from Priorat. Also look for special Wine Week events, like a dinner with 10 tapas and sparkling-wine pairings. 105 S. 13th St., 215-922-6061; jamonerarestaurant.com
JAMONERA IS ONE OF PHILLY’S FINEST HOMAGES TO THE GLORIES OF IBERIAN CUISINE.