A grand cru

A grand cru

Four Durango restaurants earn prestigious Wine Spectator award for wine selections
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Karen Barger, owner of Seasons Rotisserie & Grill, said the restaurant offers 600 different wine labels and has several thousand bottles in house at any given time. Seasons and other local restaurants have increased the number of wines by the glass they offer so customers can afford to try new vintages.
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Bartender David May pours a California chardonnay from Paraiso Vineyards for Nancy Turner, left, of Walnut Creek, Calif., and Marcy Pryor of Durango last week at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill.
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The wine list at Seasons Rotisserie & Grill is the most comprehensive of the four Durango restaurants lauded this year by Wine Spectator.
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Guido’s Favorite Foods is one of four Main Avenue restaurants that have been recognized by Wine Spectator magazine for their selection of wines and how well they match their menus.
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The wines at Guido’s Favorite Foods are carefully paired with the restaurant’s central-Italian cuisine.
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A server at Guido’s Favorite Foods opens a bottle of Modus, a rich red wine made of a blend of grapes from central Italy, for a group of diners.
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Diners at Guido’s Favorite Foods toast with some wines from its all-Italian cellar.
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Gary Derck, left, Tom Gorton and a group of their friends and spouses enjoy an animated discussion over a 2008 bottle of Ruffino Modus at Guido’s Favorite Foods.
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