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By Erica Jackson Curran / February 11, 12:00 AM
High Five: Wine destinations in the Hub

Michael Piazza
Belly Wine Bar (pictured). Adventurous drinkers love the wine selection at this Kendall Square spot, where a playful menu boasts options like aged whites, “Vitamin Pink” (roses), and reds from Trentino and Alto Adige, Italy (with “high tone and high style”). They have a great charcuterie selection, too. One Kendall Square, Cambridge.

Beat Hotel. You’ll find dozens of wines on tap at this funky new Harvard Square restaurant from the team behind South End boho hotspot The Beehive. Choose the size of your pour—small, medium or large—and enjoy sampling tastes from wineries such as Black Sheep Finds, Austin Hope and Star Lane. 13 Brattle St., Cambridge.  

Bin 26 Enoteca. The spotlight is on the wine at this beloved Beacon Hill restaurant, which features a seasonally driven menu of simple dishes from Chef Azita Bina-Seibel that lets the wine shine. Choose from more than 60 wines by the glass and 200 by the bottle. 26 Charles St.

Menton. Often recognized as one of the best sommeliers in the city, Cat Silirie serves as the wine director and buyer for the Barbara Lynch Gruppo, which includes Menton as well as No. 9 Park, B&G Oysters and The Butcher Shop. Her carefully edited wine lists and well-trained staff guarantee an unforgettable experience. 354 Congress St.

Troquet. Wine Enthusiast Magazine recently dubbed this downtown restaurant one of the best wine restaurants in the country. GM Chris Campbell updates the wine list daily with an impressive selection of wines by the glass and bottle. 140 Boylston St.
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