You may have heard that Jesus once earned the faith of his disciples by turning water into wine, preventing possible mayhem in the Holy Land. While it's unlikely that your entire dinner will go to hell if you pick the wrong vintage, it never hurts to have a wide array of tried-and-true bottles to choose from, like those available at Benton's. Sommelier Brent Grider calls the 2006 Penfolds RWT Shiraz the jewel in his collection, but he also boasts a large selection of this country's first ultra-premium wines, including Opus One. More affordable bottles include a 2008 Sycamore Lane Cellars White Zinfandel ($29) and a 2003 Château St. Georges Bordeaux ($66). Wondering what works best with the foie gras or chateaubriand? Grider and his knowledgeable team are available to assist.