The name indicates what to expect. Ciopinot is an amalgam of cioppino and pinot noir, and that is the reason for selecting this restaurant. Of course, there are many other dishes on the menu and many other wines, but I would suggest that diners go with the flow. The ciopino is very good, and the servings are so large that we were unable to finish them. Of course we might have passed on appetizers. In talking with our wait person afterwards, she told us that we could have split one order.
I did not count how many pinots were in the wine list, but I believe there must have been about 150, probably all of them excellent. Several outstanding ones, from my experience, were Dehlinger, Dumol, and Kosta Browne. But the wines are pricey, and I did not select one of those three because I am averse to cracking three figures for a bottle of wine. Instead, I chose Roar, which was the restaurant's recommendation to accompany ciopino. It was an excellent wine.
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