The Boulder restaurant Frasca is in the running for a James Beard award, often called "the Oscars of food." The restaurant, which serves northern Italian dishes, is nominated in the category of outstanding wine program. It was also nominated last year. We spend some time at Frasca, which restaurant guide Zagat calls “sublime in every way.” And then host Ryan Warner speaks with Bobby Stuckey, who's co-owner and the sommelier at Frasca.
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