Wine List

White/Rosé/White Zinfandel By the Glass & Bottle

Boundary Breaks Vineyard Riesling “Ovid Line North”
$11 glass/$42 bottle

Hosmer Sauvignon Blanc
$11 glass/$42 bottle

Cote Mas Rosé Aurore 2020 (1 Litre bottle)
$10 glass/$40 bottle

Forest Glen Chardonnay 2018
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Fontana Candida Frascati
$9.50 glass/$38 bottle

Il Conte Pinot Grigio 2020
$9.50 glass/$30 bottle

Beringer White Zinfandel
$7 glass/$26 bottle

Crane Lake Moscato
$7 Single Serve 187ml

Rosé and White Wines By the Bottle

The Palm Vin de Provence Rosé 2020

The Palm by Whispering Angel. Made from Grenache, Cinsault and Carignan, this authentic Rosé from Provence operates as a playful, trendy, energetic “little sister” to Whispering Angel. The Palm is expressive both inside and out as it shows great aromatic freshness on the nose followed by more subtle, fruity notes on the palate.
$42

Bertani Due Uve 2020
Bertani was one of the first companies in Italy to understand the value of bottled wine; huge investments were made right from the start to bottle and export Italian quality all over the world. Due Uve is made from the combination of two grape varieties, chosen and put together to bring out the best in each other. The body and elegance of the 50% Pinot Grigio, combined with the typical overtones of 50% Sauvignon Blanc, make for a really original creation with great character and personality. Straw-yellow color with the typical aromas of the Sauvignon Blanc- tangy on the nose; sage, ripe peach, elderflower and green pepper. The Pinot Grigio dominates on the palate, with good balance between tanginess and crisp acidity
$40

Raeburn Russian River Valley Chardonnay 2018
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 2018 Russian RRV Chardonnay is a nod to classic California Chardonnay – elegant and expressive with intense fruit character, layers of green apple and pear with creaminess and toasty vanilla.
$40

INDABA Chenin Blanc 2019
Indaba (pronounced in-dah-bah) is a word that has widespread use throughout South Africa. It means ”to come together,” and Indaba believes their wines embody that spirit. For over 20 years Indaba has invested in social progress in the Cape Winelands where it is produced. Chenin Blanc is South Africa’s most widely planted varietal and the Cape’s signature white. The 2018 is fresh, 100% Chenin Blanc, easy-drinking, offering vibrant flavors of honeyed pear, golden delicious apple and luscious tropical fruit.
$40

Tuffo Soave 2019
The Tuffo Soave vineyards are situated in the North Eastern section of Verona, Italy where the soil is volcanic. The soil is made of decomposed volcanic rock that produces beautifully crisp wines. The 2019 is 100% Garganega, light straw in color with delicate aromas of lemon and citrus fruits followed by almond. Soft flavors of pear, lemon & orange peel with a touch of minerality. Fabulous Summer Wine!
$38

Heart & Hands Polarity 2019
Located on a gently sloping hillside overlooking the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake, Heart & Hands is a small husband and wife owned boutique winery committed to crafting the best wines possible from Finger Lakes vineyards. The 2019 is a limited-production cult-classic white wine made from red Pinot Noir grapes. Barrel fermented in French oak and sur-lie aged to enhance richness and mouthfeel. Orange-ish in color. Apricots and citrus on the nose, white cherries and green apples on the palate and a dry, refreshing finish, stylish and fun.
$45

DeLille Cellars Chaleur Blanc 2020
DeLille’s 2020 Chaleur Blanc (72% Sauvignon Blanc and 28% Sémillon) is a gorgeous marriage of freshness and minerality—showing why Robert Parker called them “the Lafite-Rothschild of Washington State,” and why Jeb Dunnuck singled out the cuvée as “one of the top Bordeaux white blends from the New World.” Whole cluster pressed and fermented in 90% French oak barrels and 10% stainless steel. On the palate, characteristic grapefruit flavors are carried by vibrant acidity, with barrel aging contributing crème brûlée and baking spices to the wine’s dry finish. The wine perfectly balances the crisp energy we love in Sauvignon Blanc with Sémillon‘s weight and texture to yield a creamy richness that will enthrall Chardonnay lovers.
$50

Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc 2019
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 2019
$12 glass/$45 Bottle

Powers Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 (Columbia Valley, WA)
$12 glass/$45 bottle

Altos del Plata Malbec (Argentina)
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Sycamore Lane Merlot (CA)
$9 glass/$34 bottle

Riunite Lambrusco
$7 Single Serve 187ml

Reds by the Bottle

Les Hauts de Lagarde Bordeaux 2018
The Les Hauts de Lagarde Rouge 2018 is a certified Organic blend of 65% Merlot, 25%
Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Cabernet Franc grown and produced at the Vignobles
Raymond (Vineyards of Raymond) Estate near the town of Saint Laurent du Bois, in the
Entre-Deux-Mers region of Bordeaux, France. The Estate is family owned and was
founded in 1850. The fruitiness, roundness and tannic mouth gives the wine a rare elegance.
A harmonious wine. This wine reveals great aromas of blackcurrant, blackberries and
spices. Beautiful crimson robe with intense purple reflections.
$35

 Skyside Cabernet Sauvignon  2017
Newton Vineyards Skyside Cabernet Sauvignon is made to embody California. It is bold, supple and nuanced. The 2017 vintage has aromas of violets, blueberry and plum fruits, clove/anise spices, coffee and chocolate..
$45

Cooper and Thief Red Blend 2019
Cooper & Thief Red Blend is a dark and jammy red wine blend loaded with bourbon-inspired flavors and aromas. Crafted by Cellarmaster, Chris Leamy, the wine is aged for three months in bourbon barrels, which gives way to soft, velvety tannins with a subtle heat. The combined result is a rich flavor, with a long, lingering finish. 38% Merlot. 37% Syrah. 11% Zinfandel. 7% Petite Sirah. 4% Cabernet Sauvignon. 3% Other .
$48

Bodega Numanthia Termes Tinta De Toro 2017
The 2017 is a complex and intriguing wine from the Toro region of Spain, a red wine with a unique vibrancy and incredible freshness – 100% Tinta de Toro (Tempranillo). Beautiful notes of black fruit and spice are met with soft tannins and acidity. The palate has medium structure and good balance. Notes of little black fruits, spices such as cinnamon, a fresh touch of thyme and eucalyptus as well as a toffee and cacao background bringing complexity.
$50

D66 Grenache 2016
Ten years ago Dave Phinney first took friends up on their offer to visit Maury, France. Nestled in the Pyrénées-Orientales (France’s department number 66), Maury is a historic agricultural village with a legacy of growing grapes and one of the most compelling wine producing regions in Southern France- home to old-vine grenache, syrah, mourvedre and carignan. Grapes are sourced from the winery’s estate-owned acres in the Côtes Catalanes, a sub-appellation of the Roussillon. Combining a core of old vine Grenache with Syrah, Carignan, and Mourvedre, aged 18 months in oak, the 2016 release is intensely captivating, exuberantly textured, and laced with intriguing spices, perfectly ripe berries, and savory undertones. 95 Points Robert Parker
$65

Orin Swift Machete 2018
Petit Sirah, Grenache, and Syrah. The grapes are sourced from Napa, Sonoma, and Mendocino counties. This wine was bottled with 12 different labels.Orin Swift Machete is violet ink in the glass, with a nose of black plums, cassis and cacao. The robust entry consists of a progressing palate of blackberry and boysenberry compote, a reduction of dark plum and ripe figs, and pure Amarena cherry. Flashes of vanilla and traces of minerality evolve into chalky tannins and a smooth lingering finish. 93 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
$75

Outpost Howell Mountain Napa Valley Zinfandel 2018
Outpost is one of California’s finest Zinfandel producers, located near the top of Howell Mountain in Napa Valley. Made by Superstar winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown from 100% Zinfandel. The 2018 is quite concentrated and delicious. Full bodied. Great, almost silky texture. Deep garnet-purple in color, aromas of blueberry, fig newtons, dried blueberries and black cherry. on the palate, juicy black raspberries, black cherries. Only 600 cases were made. 95 Points Jeb Dunnuck
$80

David Arthur Proprietary Red Wine
David Arthur Vineyards is located at the end of what is probably the most scenic “driveway” on the eastern side of Napa Valley. The 2017 Proprietary Red Wine is based on 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, and the rest 2% Petit Verdot and a mix of Italian varieties. This Bordeaux-style blend weaves together the rich, concentrated elegance and power of Pritchard Hill grown Bordeaux varietals as well as the best of surrounding vineyards within the Napa Valley. The wine is aged an average of 20 months in French oak barrels, blended with meticulous care and bottled at our vineyard estate. The result is a complex array of aromas and flavors that deliver plush, mouth-filling structure with soft, elegant tannins. 92 points, James Suckling
$90

Newton “The Puzzle” 2017
Newton Vineyard was named by Robert Parker as one of the World’s 100 Greatest Wine Estates. Every year Newton crafts a single paramount wine that represents the finest expression of its Spring Mountain Estate, artful blend so profound and complex that it is known as The Puzzle. The 2017 is 72% Cabernet Sauvignon, 14% Cabernet Franc, 7% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot, 2% Malbec. The nose opens up with notes of bramble fruits, such as blackberry and raspberry, layered on top of ripe vibrant damson plum with aromatic undertones of sage, thyme, tobacco and coffee beans. The palate’s volume and density are balanced by freshness and polished tannins, making for a multilayered wine with great persistence, depth, and complexity. Spectator: 92 Points
$135

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

Sparkling 750’s

Bolla Prosecco (Italy)
$42
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
DuVal Leroy Blanc de Blanc Grand Cru (France)
$140