Wine & Style: Prosecco at Bar Sardine

 Bar sardine 
 prosecco & cheese

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This week I am switching things up a little and taking you into one of my favorite spots to grab a glass of wine and cheese.  Bar Sardine is a casual, quaint gastropub located in the West Village of NYC.  I love sitting on the stools at the window and people watching as I grab a few small bites.  This West Village spot has a great neighborhood feel that I absolutely love.  Since the restaurant vibe is casual I wore one of my go-to looks to grab drinks which is my grey skinnies and black moto jacket.  The Kate Moss x Equipment scarf gives the look a little bit of a rock and roll vibe. During this visit, I decided to try a new Prosecco called Da Mar from Italy.   It paired perfectly with this Cremont cheese from Vermont.  Cremont is a goat/cow's milk cheese that has a soft, spreadable texture.  It is creamy, buttery and just sharp enough to pack a little bit of a punch.  They served it with honeycomb and quince jelly which is a sweet jelly that tastes like a combination between an apple and pear.  So delicious!

Da Mar Prosecco $12.99/bottle, WhiteHorseWine.com

Cremont Cheese (VT): $11.99/wheel Murrayscheese.com

Bar Sardine, NYC

What The Experts Say:

100% Glera.  Extra Dry.  Sourced 100% from estate vineyards planted on sedimentary, gravelly-pebbly soils. Light, floral, refreshing and delicious. Ripe melon and honeysuckle with a touch of granny smith apple and sweet pineapple

What I Say:

This dry prosecco is super refreshing and light.  I loved the slightly fruity taste because it wasn't too sweet or overpowering.  It paired perfectly with this buttery cheese and mini toast.  If you are in the mood for something a little different, I recommend serving this prosecco at your next diner party.  It is sure to be a crowd pleaser!

xx,

Colleen

Photography by Christina Emilie