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

La Petite Perriere Rosé 2020
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Forest Glen Chardonnay 2018
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Fontana Candida Frascati
$9.50 glass/$38 bottle

Il Conte Pinot Grigio 2020
$8 glass/$30 bottle

Beringer White Zinfandel
$7 glass/$26 bottle

Crane Lake Moscato
$7 Single Serve 187ml

Rosé and White Wines By the Bottle

Château Minuty, M de Minuty Côtes de Provence Rosé (2020)
M de Minuty is the quintessential Cotes de Provence rosé, a style that Chateau Minuty defined,and is the reason behind their success as the world’s top producer of premium rosé. Pale honeysuckle pink in color offering a clean nose of citrus fruit, offset by subtle floral and candied notes. Its fresh acidity makes for an incisive and lively palate, with a rounded feel. Grenache, Cinsault, and Syrah I
$35

Fiegl Collio Ribolla Gialla 2017
Ribolla Gialla is a white wine grape grown most prominently in the Friuli region of northeast
Italy. The 2017 is light gold in the glass, this wine has a comforting nose of floral and mineral
aromas mixed with the scent of flan and warm toasted brioche. In the mouth it has a very mineral
character, with nice acidity and a silky texture. This is a refreshing, unique wine that doesn’t quite
taste like anything else, but is deliciously drinkable in its eccentricity.
$30

I FAVATI Fiano di Avellino Pietramara
The I Favati winery represents the culmination of a tradition dating back to the early
1900’s, when the family’s ancestors began making wine in the traditional way for their own
table and for a few close friends. The passion and artisanal traditions of those ancestors
continue to thrive today. Fiano di Avellino is dry white wine with immense purity of fruit
and refinement which places it in the top rank of all Italian white wines. The 2017
Pietramara is an elegant pale yellow in color, fresh and minerally, slightly smoky with
notes of lemon peel and pear. Medium body, excellent fruit, long finish carries a note of
grilled pineapple and dried fruits.
$30

Lafage Cote Est Catalan 2020
Cote d’Est, as the name suggests, comes from vineyards planted on the gentle slopes facing the Mediterranean just a few kilometers inland from the sea. Benefiting from the thermal breezes that refresh these vineyards every afternoon in the summer – which preserves a high level of natural acidity in the grapes – this is a lively blend of Grenache Blanc with smaller percentages of Chardonnay and Rolle (Vermentino). Aromas of citrus, peach, apricot, white flowers and honeycomb. On the palate this dry French white wine is beautifully balanced with notes of stone fruit, minerals, flowers, quince, and apricot. It is medium in body and acidity. This wine is well-made and shows purity..
$30

Cape Mentelle Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon 2019
Cape Mentelle Sauvignon Blanc Semillon is a stylish blend of 57% Sauv Blanc grapes with 43% Semillon grapes. The resulting mixture shows a pale straw color with green tinges. The luxurious bouquet exudes scintillating aromas of juniper berries, cassis buds, white grapefruit, cracked black pepper, jasmine and passionfruit flowers, with light hints of lychees following close behind. The clean and juicy palate is rife with flavors of citrus, passionfruit and honey. These flavours and fragrances are supported by crisp acidity and mineral notes, reminiscent of fresh ginger, excellent absinthe and gentian bitters. This enticing Sauvignon Blanc Semillon culminates in a creamy and lengthy finish.
$30

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.
$35

Isabelle et Denis Pommier Petit-Chablis 2019
Chablis is one of the last, great “undiscovered” or maybe underappreciated terroirs in the world. For lovers of white Burgundy, Chablis offers much of the same depth of intensity with a touch more mineral vivacity. This 2019 opens with a beautiful sparkling lemon water, intermixed with just a hint of honeycomb and citrus zest. The layers of flavor promised continue on the palate with finely delineated structure, flavors that echo the nose, plus Meyer lemon zest, white flowers and a stony minerality. The wine drinks exceptionally well now, but the length of the finish suggests there are years’ worth of pleasure to be had from the bottle..
$40

Red by the Glass & Bottle

Freelander Pinot Noir 2019
$12 glass/$45 Bottle

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

Bodini Malbec 2019 (Argentina)
$10 glass/$38 bottle

Delicato Family Vineyards Domino 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

Bedrock Wine Co. Old Vine Zinfandel 2019
Bedrock is one of the hottest brands in California, no wonder Robert Parker called Bedrock a “world class performer.” It is hard to say that anything has benefited from the COVID situation, but perhaps one thing is the Bedrock’s 2019 Old Vine Zinfandel. They tend to pack some pretty great vineyard sources into this bottling, but their bearish approach to the 2019 vintage means that a lot of juice that normally would have gone into their vineyard-designated wines has trickled down into this offering. This wine reflects the perfume, freshness and spice that makes Zinfandel so utterly delicious with black raspberry, pomegranate and plum aromas, ripe black and blue fruit flavors on the palate, leading to a prolonged and peppery finish.
$40

Newton Vineyards 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..
$40

Fattoria di Felsina Berardenga Chianti Classico 2018
The Fèlsina 2018 Chianti Classico Berardenga is a toned and delicate expression of 100% Sangiovese from a vintage that produced beautifully subtle and understated wines.Ruby red with deep intensity and hue. Fruity, fine and elegant aromas dominated by wild berries, along with array of spicy notes. Fruity on the palate with good tannins and a lingering finish. Wine Enthusiast 92points
$45

Cooper & 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

Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2018
Founded by husband and wife team Lynn and Ron Penner-Ash, the winery embodies the spirit and passion of a boutique producer. This wine reflects the Willamette Valley region’s distinct textures, flavors and terroir, with beautiful elegance and balance. Strawberry jam, ripe cherry, and brown sugar mixed with whole peppercorn. An elegant palate with hints of sweet plum and boysenberry. 92 Points Wine Spectator
$60

Orin Swift Cellars Machete 2015
Petit Sirah, Grenache, and Syrah. The grapes are sourced from Napa, Sonoma, and
Mendocino counties. This wine was bottled with 12 different labels. A brooding hue and
viscous consistency, powerful aromas of crème de cassis, boysenberry, and ripe cherries
are complemented by a soft minerality and hints of dark chocolate. The entry is smooth
with dark plums and a charred meatiness that floods to create a velvety texture that
lingers.
$75