El Bulli has what one would call a “serious” wine list, which means that it isn’t only a long list but also very diversified one. From French Champagne to German dessert wines, everything that could possibly fulfill a wine-drinker’s dream is there. For us though, it was clear that we were solely going for Spanish wine specialties. How could one visit a restaurant in Spain, and then opt for, let’s say, French wines?
And since the wine-list was too long and my knowledge of Spanish wines far too limited, we gave the young sommelier with the “El BulliVi” badge on the jacket a wildcard. Our only whish was to have a dry Sherry as a starter and a sweet Sherry at the end (Yes, don’t think I didn’t know anything about Spanish wine seither! )
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