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Elevage/
Nishi-Azabu: Wine
bar
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The sign outside of
Elevage reads sim-
ply, "Rare wine and
spirits," but one
look inside and wine
lovers will swoon,
whiskey connoisseurs
will drool. Racks
stocked with hun-
dreds of bottles of
whiskey, brandy, and
Calvados flank the
entrance, while an
army of wine bottles
stands proudly be-
hind the glass wall
to the right. Hidden
away in Nishi-Azabu,
this quiet little
bar is a great place
for aficionados and
novices alike to
broaden their drink-
ing horizons.

The Wagner-loving
Yoshida-san will be
more than happy to
guide you through
the daily-changing
list of wines by the
glass. It typically
features around
fifteen wines -
reds, whites, spark-
lers, and dessert
wines, as well as a
couple of sake se-
lections, ranging in
price from Y600 -
Y4000.

Park yourself at the
bar to learn the
proper way to open a
wine bottle from
Yoshida-san, or
relax with your
drink at the table
by the window. Snack
on assorted charcu-
terie (Y2000) while
you thumb through
the extensive menu
and contemplate your
next selection.
Prices aren't cheap,
but Elevage is one
of the few bars in
Tokyo where you can
order wines like
Clos des Lambraye
Grand Cru and Cha-
teau d'Yquem by the
glass.
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Minato-ku, Nishi-
Azabu 4-2-13, Hachi-
man Bldg 2F.  Open
7pm-1am. Closed
Sundays.
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