With its rustic wooden tables and exposed-brick walls, it would be easy to mistake D.O.C. Wine Bar for an Italian cottage—that is, if it were located in the countryside and not one of the hippest corners of Williamsburg. Another giveaway, according to New York Magazine, is the “ebullient, mostly Italian crowd . . . hugging and chain-toasting one another late into the night.” One can’t blame the crowds that pack the dining room on a nightly basis. D.O.C. gives them plenty of reasons to, starting with a menu that emphasizes imported Sardinian meats and sheep’s milk cheeses. The wine list similarly betrays the owners’ fondness for regional Italian cuisine, with vintage selections sourced from Sicily, Campania, and the grape juice-filled canals of Venice.