Grab a glass at: Central Kitchen.
Sniff: Mellow aromas of peach, lemon zest, and even a hint of brioche.
Taste: Dry, medium-body, medium+ acidity; peach, apricot, and mineral palate.
Eat: Traditional Moules Marinière - Mussels, White Wine, Butter, Garlic and Hand Cut Frite -- The broth steams a seductive aroma that has kept me returning each Friday since I moved to this hood. The herbs and garlic intoxicate with a twinge of sharp white wine wit, and the mussels are open and ready for plucking. Although the frites make me feel guilty, it quickly passes as I order extra pieces of bread to soak up every bit of broth. The Albariño enhances the minerality of the dish and cleanses the palate between each bite.