The Valley’s wine bars offer long lists of vino and a laid-back atmosphere
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(p.m.) Wine Bar
The scene: A mix of visitors from NYC and locals. Departing weekenders stop by on their way to the train station, lending a lively buzz to Sunday afternoons at the bar.
The list: About 40 red, white, sparkling, and sherry wines, with an emphasis on Spanish varieties. $7-$13 a glass; $26-$75 a bottle.
The favorite: The 2005 Marquis de Concordia Rioja Crianza. A smooth, dry, medium-bodied red aged in oak for over 18 months. “It goes with a great variety of things on our tapas menu,” Moran says.
Don’t miss: The “Flights to Iberia!” option allots you three glasses of select wines for $20.
► (p.m.) Wine Bar
Open Wed.-Thurs. 5-10 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 5 p.m.-12 a.m., Sun. 3-9 p.m.
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