In ten packed pages it nails the essentials of a broadly appealing selection: wines by the glass in three- and five-ounce pours as well as high-roller sips delivered using the Coravin; half bottles that lean Old World; tempting grower Champagnes; Loires and Alsatians for the geeky bargain hunters; French standouts from Burgundy, Bordeaux, and the Rhone for the big spenders; and North American Pinots and Cabs in a range of prices and styles. Cocktails go bold; try the Incan Affair with tequila, Damiana (a Mexican herbal liqueur), lemon, aloe, and dill.