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Casot is a wine bar located in the 15th and 15th area of Salt Lake City. Casot is owned by Scott Evans, the Utah restaurateur behind Pago, Finca, East Liberty Tap House, Hub & Spoke, amongst many others.
Inside you’ll find a 100-year-old bar that Mark Eaton sourced from Italy and 110-year-old Grenache Gris Vines from Gibson Range (complements of Evan Lewandoski/Ruth Lewandowski Wines) proudly mounted at the entrance.
The wine list features a rotating selection of 50 or so wines selected by Evans. Over 50% of the wines are special orders and many have never been served in the state before. The bar celebrates small artisan producers, organic and biodynamic wines, natural wines, and indigenous grape varietals from around the world.
With 11 rotating wines by the glass, there is always something new to offer and taste including – orange wines, pet-nats, and chilled reds (which happens to be the first wine program in Utah to feature all of these categories by glass).
1508 S 1500 E, Salt Lake City, UT 84105
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