Wine List

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White/Rosé/White Zinfandel By the Glass & Bottle

Boundary Breaks Vineyard Riesling “Ovid Line North”
$12 glass/$45 bottle

Hosmer Sauvignon Blanc
$12 glass/$45 bottle

Cote Mas Rosé Aurore 2021 (1 Litre bottle)
$10 glass/$40 bottle

Forest Glen Chardonnay (CA)
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Il Conte Pinot Grigio 2020
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Beringer White Zinfandel
$7 glass/$26 bottle

Crane Lake Moscato
$7 Single Serve 187ml

Rosé and White Wines By the Bottle

Chateau d’Esclans Whispering Angel Rosé 2020
Château d’Esclans, a magical property, is situated in the heart of Provence, northeast of St. Tropez
overlooking La Vallée d’Esclans (the Esclans Valley) with the Mediterranean coast in the faint distance.
Whispering Angel is today’s worldwide reference for Provence rosé. Made from Grenache, Cinsault and
Rolle (Vermentino), its pale color is pleasing to the eye and draws one in. Delicate aromas of sliced apple,
pink grapefruit, peach, cream and stones follow through to a medium body and crisp acidity. Deliciously
creamy and smooth. The rewarding taste profile is full and lush while being bone dry.
$25 – 375ml Bottle/$45 750ml Bottle

Isabelle et Denis Pommier Petit-Chablis 2022
Denis and Isabelle Pommier created their charming estate in 1990. The Pommiers craft vibrant, aromatic wines from native yeasts in a fruit forward style with graceful volume. They always have classic Chablis freshness, combining well with floral and ripe Chardonnay flavors. The 2022 Petit-Chablis is a unoaked cuvée which, following fermentation, ages on lees in tank for 6 months prior to bottling. Clean and pure, with a touch of rose petal and peach. The wine has a graceful volume and such charm, with delicate freshness on the finish.
$50

Raeburn Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2021
Raeburn Winery, located in the scenic Russian River Valley, was created by Derek Benham in 2014. The
winery is one of the most eco-friendly, water-efficient, solar-enabled facilities in the industry. Their goal is
to protect the thriving and wildly diverse watersheds of Sonoma County and beyond, which provide habitat
for both grapes and creatures alike. The 2021 RRV Chardonnay is a nod to classic California Chardonnay –
with an array of complex fruit tones ranging from pear and Gravenstein apple to nectarine. The fruit is
beautifully complemented with toasted oak, vanilla and hints of crème brûlée with a balanced and elegant
finish. 90 Points Wine Enthusiast
$50

Pieropan Soave Classico 2020
A Family affair, and true icons of the Soave region – Pieropan is now run by the 4th generation of the
family; brothers Andrea and Dario. Pieropan’s Soave Classico is a certified organic expression of this
popular Italian white wine, made from a blend of Garganega (85%) and Trebbiano di Soave (15%). The 2020
is a brilliant straw yellow color with greenish hints. The delicate nose is reminiscent of almond blossoms
and marzipan. . It displays rounded edges and nicely coats your mouth. Good depth of fruit on the palate,
nicely balanced by a zingy acidity that enhances its long length. 91 Points Wine Spectator
$45

Clarendelle Bordeaux Blanc 2020
Inspired by Haut-Brion – in 1935 Mr. Clarence Dillon acquires the legendary Chateau Haut-Brion. In 2005
his great grandson opens a new chapter with the creation of Clarendelle Wines. The 2020 is a blend of 43%
Sauvignon Blanc, 30% Semillon and 27% Muscadelle – beautiful golden yellow color with a green glow. The
superb bouquet displays beautiful freshness thanks to Sauvignon Blanc grapes, which were particularly
aromatic. The nose features attractive floral aromas (rose petal), as well as fruity nuances ranging from
tropical fruit such as pineapple to white peach. The rich, spicy Sémillon and Muscadelle grapes have
contributed to making the blend both mineral and full-bodied, a delightfully refreshing White Bordeaux.
$45

Au Bon Climat “Hildegard” 2019
Founded in 1982, Au Bon Climat (which means “a well-exposed vineyard”)was listed on Robert Parker’s
Best Wineries of the World in both 1989 and 1990, Hildegard is a Burgundian-minded blend of 55% Pinot
Gris, 40% Pinot Blanc and 5% Aligote is barrel fermented and gets extra barrel and bottle time. The barrels
for this program are all new Francois Frères French oak. The combination of this unique blend with long
term barrel aging (2 years) made something special. The wine offers up aromatics of passion fruit, melon, a
touch of blood orange, fresh almond and vanillin oak. On the palate the wine is bright, full-bodied, focused
and complex, with an excellent core, zesty acids, impeccable balance and a long, vibrant and gently new
oaky finish.
$50

Olivier Leflaive “Le Setilles” 2021
Les Setilles is produced from the younger vines of Puglingy Montrachet and Meursault. 50% of it is aged in
stainless, the other 50% is aged in French Oak— but of that, only 10% of it is new oak. The 2021showcases
inviting aromas of citrus, pear, and a touch of oak. On the palate, it offers flavors of apple, lemon, and
subtle minerality, all wrapped in a creamy texture and balanced acidity. With its elegance and a long,
refreshing finish, this Chardonnay represents the quality and finesse of Olivier Leflaive’s winemaking.
Amazing with food!
$70

Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc 2020
Merry Edwards is one of California’s first woman winemakers. Merry Edwards Winery was founded in
1997 and produces critically acclaimed terroir-driven Pinot Noirs and Sauvignon Blanc using site-specific
viticulture in the Russian River Valley and Sonoma Coast appellations. On the nose, abundant aromas leap
from the glass, with banana cream pie and a plethora of tropical notes leading the way: white pineapple,
ripe passion fruit, mango and guava. The palate is round and open, with accents of ruby red grapefruit,
honeysuckle and melon married with a burst of crisp, refreshing acidity. 94 points Wine Spectator
$75

Red by the Glass & Bottle

Freelander Pinot Noir 2020
$12 glass/$45 Bottle

Poppy Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
$12 glass/$45 bottle

Terrazas Altos del Plata Malbec 2021(Argentina)
$9 glass/$34 bottle

Chateau Souverin  Merlot 
$10 glass/$34 bottle

Riunite Lambrusco
$7 Single Serve 187ml

Reds by the Bottle

COL D’ORCIA Spezieri 2020
The 2020 Spezieri is a blend of Sangiovese and Ciliegiolo with international grape varieties, generally from
younger vineyards. The nose reveals hints of rich red fruit, cherry and black cherry followed by spicy notes.
It is full and persistent with soft and ripe tannins, long and pleasantly fresh at the end.
$42

Milbrandt The Estates Malbec 2019
Milbrandt Vineyards was founded in 1997 by Butch and Jerry Milbrandt. Building on four generations of
farming heritage, Butch and Jerry took a leap from potato and apple farming to grow world-class
vineyards, and ultimately opened a winery. Making them pioneers of the Columbia Valley, WA wine
regions. The 2019 has lots of plum, blackberry, and huckleberry aromas with slight black pepper spice on
the nose. Packed with dark fruit flavors, the entry is mouth-filling with jammy fruit throughout the
mid-palate. Subtle coffee and spice notes towards the finish.
$52

Red Tail Ridge Winery Blaufränkisch 2021
Located in the heart of New York’s Finger Lakes region on the western shore of Seneca Lake, Red Tail
Ridge Winery is owned and operated by husband and wife Mike Schnelle and Nancy Irelan. He looks after
the vines while she makes the wine. Not only is the 35 acre vineyard farmed in a sustainable manner it is
also the first LEED gold-certified winery in New York. Intense cherry, and black pepper aromas entangled
with wisps of clove, cinnamon, tobacco and oregano. Prominent flavors of black cherry and tart red fruit,
with obvious tannins and mouth-watering acidity in the finish. James Suckling 92 points
$55

Bodega Numanthia Termes Tinta De Toro 2017
100% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo). On the nose the 2018 has good intensity with black fruits and spice notes
bringing expression and complexity. There is a lively entrance, with medium structure and good balance.
Notes of little black fruits, sweet spices such as cinnamon, a fresh touch of thyme and eucalyptus as well as a
toffee and cacao background bringing complexity. The fresh and smooth tannin as well as the acidity make
this wine long and expressive, fresh and elegant. 96 Points James Suckling
$60

Tenuta Rapitala Alto Reale Nero d’Avola 2021
Rapitala is a winery about 30 minutes outside of Palermo, Sicily. It is the product of a marriage between a Count from Bordeaux and an aristocratic Sicilian woman.The fruit of a great French-Sicilian love story that ended in not only marriage, but with the creation of a great estate, bringing together French knowledge and Sicilian terroir. This single vineyard wine is an elegant expression of Sicily’s most important grape. 91 Points James Suckling
$50

Hardin Napa Valley Cabernet 2021
Sourced from several regions within Napa including some valley floor and hillside fruit, this wine is aged 20-24 months in oak, typically about 20% of it new. The first Hardin was the 2003, made by the wine-savvy folks at Polaner Selections, and sourced from a Napa ‘cult’ winery. This continues that blueprint, sourced from a couple of top wineries in the Valley (SHHH…their wines sell for $75-150/bottle!). Deep, intense, plum, dark cherry and spice are prevelant right away on the nose and palate. But the signature of the vintage is then on full display with minerality, balancing structure and a vibrant, fresh core that lifts the fruit and carries the wine.
$65

Joseph Phelps “Freestone Vineyards” Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir 2021
Founded in 1973, Joseph Phelps Vineyards is a family-owned winery committed to crafting world class, estate-grown wines. The 2021 Pinot Noir is fresh and lively with perfumed black raspberry and cherry aromatics wrapped in rustic forest floor notes. Juicy Bing cherry, savory herbs, and ripe dark berries create a complex and textured palate with acid structure and balance leading to a delightfully engaging finish. 95 Points James Suckling
$85

Freemark Abbey Napa Valley Merlot 2019
The history of Freemark Abbey began in 1886, when Josephine Marlin Tychson became the first woman to
build and operate a winery in California. This Napa Valley Merlot is sourced from a combination of high
elevation mountain sites as well as wonderful benchland vineyards around the valley. Freemark Abbey
blends in a touch of Cabernet Sauvignon for structure and balance. The wine opens with aromas of ripe
plum, blueberry, milk chocolate and cedar. The palate is met with flavors of wild raspberry, bramble fruits,
allspice, cinnamon, dry herbs, and oak spice.
$85

Louis M. Martini Monte Rosso Vineyard Gnarley Vine Zinfandel 2017
The Zinfandel vines grown at Monte Rosso Vineyard are a sight to behold, massive and tightly gnarled, they
are still productive despite an advanced age of 125 years or more. Vibrant, juicy red raspberry pie unfurls
on the palate, accented by the historic vineyard’s signature dusty earth overtones. The fruit aromas are set
against a spicy backdrop of cinnamon stick and Sichuan pepper. Full-bodied and concentrated the textured
mouthfeel is plush, finishing long. 93 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
$90

David Arthur Proprietary Red Wine 2018
This 2018 Bordeaux Blend comprised of 63% Cabernet Franc, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2% Petite
Verdot, the wine is aged an average of 20 months in 35% new French oak barrels. A dark cerise color
offering an array of fruit and spice aromas; bright cherry, red raspberry, baked cassis, and plum followed
by notes of anise, baking spices, and cherry cola. The palate is soft and plush with fine-grained tannins
offering beautiful acidity and structure. The finish is long and silky. 93 Points Wine Spectator
$100

Orin Swift Cellars Papillon
It’s rare to find a wine from the Napa Valley composed of all five Bordeaux-style varietals. But, for many
years, that has been Papillon’s focus. The raw strength and prestige of Cabernet Sauvignon buttressed by
the opulence of Merlot, the spiciness of Cabernet Franc, the depth of Malbec and the sheet unctuousness of
Petit Verdot come together seamlessly.
$120

Sparkling 187’s

Gold Seal Blanc de Blancs (New York)
$10
Chandon Garden Spritz (Argentina)
$12
Ruffino Extra Dry Prosecco (Italy)
$14

Sparkling 375’s

Chandon Brut (California)
$25
Ruffino Extra Dry Prosecco (Italy)
$25
Veuve Clicquot Brut (France)
$60

 Moët Rosé Impérial $50

Moët & Chandon Impérial $50

Sparkling 750’s

LaMarca Prosecco (Italy)
$45
Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante (Italy)
$45
Heart & Hands Finger Lakes Sparkling Riesling 2019 (New York)
$50
Chandon Brut Rosé (California)
$55
Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut (France)
$115

Veuve Clicquot Rosé (France)
$115

DuVal Leroy Blanc de Blanc Grand Cru (France)
$140