Austin restaurant earns honor of Best Wine List in North America

Looking for a bottle of 2015 Jean Claude Courtault Chablis Grand Cru to pair with your appetizer of crab toast? Or maybe a bottle of Chappellet’s Pritchard Hill Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon to go with your dry-aged bone-in ribeye? This Clarksville institution has you covered.

Emma Janzen AMERICAN-STATESMAN

One of the deepest, broadest and most exclusive wine lists in Texas has been honored as the Best Medium-Size Wine List in North America by The World of Fine Wine. After several years of advancing up the star rankings, Jeffrey’s earned the distinction this month from the industry publication, which had the following to say about the program led by Master Sommelier and McGuire Moorman Hospitality vice president of operations June Rodil.

The wine list embodies clarity and complexity with defined headlines such as ‘Grower Champagne’, with labels from Robert Barbichon Blanc de Noirs Brut NV, to Jacques Selosse “Millésimé” Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 2005, and ‘Négociant Champagne’, such as Bollinger “La Grande Année” 2005, and Ruinart Rosé Brut NV. Not overlooking sparkling wines, a few cherry-picked options from Spain and Italy are some of the options available, alongside Oregon’s Soter “Mineral Springs Ranch” Brut Rosé, which is sustainably produced.

Judges of the 2017 awards commented that Jeffrey’s has an, “Elegant choice and layout”, with a “very good spirit selection.”

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