Or how about a glass of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti to go with the pheasant flatbread? Oh yes, you can. 1313 is one of just a few restaurants in the area using the new-to-market Coravin — an instrument that displaces the wine in the bottle with argon gas through a syringe without  the cork ever being removed. This means they can offer difficult-to-find and prohibitively expensive bottles of wine like DRC and Harlan by the taste or glass.