Wine expert Robert Parker showed up at Bibou, the well-regarded French BYOB in South Philly, last night.
Your question is: What did he bring?
What didn't he bring? Maybe a Yellowtail.
Parker posted this:
"I loved everything about this place...the quality of the food alone merits a must visit," he wrote. "Add the BYO and no corkage....and better yet...no precious sommelier trying to sell us some teeth enamel removing wine with acid levels close to toxic, made by some sheep farmer on the north side of his 4,000-foot foot elevation vineyard picked two months before ripeness, and made from a grape better fed to wild boar than the human species....we all know the type-saving the world from drinking good wine in the name of vinofreakism... Will be going back.....frequently....apparently reservations are nearly impossible on weekends....so weekdays might be a plan...they are not open for lunch."