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Note: This wine list is intended to serve only as a guide to our in-house copy that is updated daily. Please call or verify upon arrival prices and availability of the selections you are interested in.

Our wine list offers over 1,500 interesting choices to complement your meal, from the classic chateaux of Bordeaux to hard-to-find cult Cabernets and Super Tuscans.


Wine

The Wine List at Grill 23 & Bar is comprised of over 1,500 selections. Our mission is to offer our guests increased breadth of selections while still offering wines of a value-oriented nature.

Grill 23’s wine list shines with many classic American reds while also featuring wines of similar characteristic from around the globe. We have increased our Italian selection to 155 on the present list and currently offer 100 Australian wines. Our American list is abounding with verticals of this country’s hard to find labels. Specifically, we are featuring 19 labels produced by Harlan Estate, 9 labels by Araujo and 14 bins of Shafer Hillside Select, with 9 vintages and 3 bottle sizes to choose from. In addition, we also maintain a selection of 75 half bottles and over 100 large format bottles ranging from magnum to 6L. Our mission is to be ahead of the trend and offer the broadest and most diverse selection available.

Integral to the success of our wine program is the education of our one hundred person staff. We hold weekly seminars and tastings, with monthly sessions for our staff that cover a broader range of topics.

Our commitment to education and learning has garnered us several awards including: Best Steakhouse by Stuff Boston and Reader’s Choice Best Steakhouse by New England Cable News in 2011. In 2010, Grill 23 was awarded “Best Steakhouse” by The Improper Bostonian and Boston Magazine as well as the Award of Ultimate Distinction by Wine Enthusiast.

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