Dan O'Brien
There are young sommeliers in charge of wine lists all over town, including Dan O'Brien, 28, the wine director at Excelsior. (Wendy Maeda / Globe staff) Wendy Maeda / Globe staff

Pros offer their picks

These are picks from the young sommeliers, who chose bottles from their own lists (prices reflect what the wines cost at their restaurants)

October 31, 2007

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Erin O'Shea Eastern Standard, 528 Commonwealth Ave., 617-532-9100. Affordable white: 2004 Librandi Efeso, Val di Neto, $45. "This is my surprise favorite. It is an amazing value and tastes like a beautiful white Burgundy with notes of Brazil nut, lemon meringue, and well-balanced acid and minerality." Affordable red: 2004 Cos Cerasuolo di Vittoria, Sicily, $45. (Full article: 253 words)

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