5 Wine Bars for Father's Day Drinks

BY Nevin Martell | June 8, 2018 | Feature Features

Top off your celebrations with Dad by uncorking a stellar sparkler and noshing on fabulous nibbles at DC's buzziest wine bars.
Primrose's charming setting makes it a quaint place for sharing a sip.

The organic Lelarge-Pugeot Brut Tradition Champagne has a crisp minerality, which cuts through the charcuterie and cheese boards you should order as a complement. $84, 904 H St. NE

The flavors of cassis and cranberry are prominent in the Vilmart & Cie Cuvée Rubis Brut, a sparkling rosé with a lightly smoky finish that stands on its own as a jovial aperitif. $182, 777 Sixth St. NW

Maxwell Park
The 2013 Ulysse Collin Les Pierrieres Blanc de Blancs is a driest-of-the-dry extra brut, and it pairs exceptionally well with celebratory caviar or oysters. $210, 1336 Ninth St. NW

Rich with the flavors of lemon curd and almond skins, the 2007 Bereche Crus Côtes des Blanc is bold enough to be sipped throughout a festive dinner of French fare. $130, 3000 12th St. NE

Ruta del Vino
With a bright acidity stemming from the 50-50 blend of sauvignon blanc and chardonnay grapes, the Espuma de Piedras Blanc de Blancs is a flinty fizz that goes well with a crudo. $72, 800 Upshur St. NW

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