At 20 pages, Flora Street Cafe's wine list is impressively long. But it's also impressively thorough and adventurous, with lots of attention paid to the natural wine movement and lesser-known regions and grape varietals. Of course, that's not all to satisfy geeks: Obscure wines with less glamorous marketing are often good bargains. So skip Champagne and try excellent sparkling wine from Austria or Sicily; then spot a bargain in the "Interesting Red" section. Many of the adventures come courtesy of sommelier Madeleine Thompson, an eager explorer skilled at defusing the awkwardness that can come when ordering fine wine. Thompson's move of beginning the wine list with a short selection of personal favorites is a habit we'd like to see elsewhere around town. Alhough she's moving to another state for a new job, the cellars she leaves behind at Flora Street Cafe are still full of temptations.