Leib (meaning “bread” in Estonian) is Tallinn’s go-to restaurant to sample local Estonian produce and dishes while enjoying their magnificent European-centric wine list. Located within Old Tallinn, the place is a brain-child of Kristjan Peäske, one of Estonia’s gastronomic and wine opinion leaders. Leib’s wine list is very well thought-out, and includes an excellent selection of both artisanal and well-known producers, offers a good variety of vintages and great prices!
Sommelier’s Pick: Els Maria and Marika Tikas are suggesting Vinha Barrio, Luis Pato, Bairrada DOC, Portugal 2001 and Riesling Trocken Steinriesler, Nikolaihof, Wachau, Austria 1998. Wouldn’t we love to drink these Europe’s most underrated and sometimes forgotten beauties?