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Wine List


Wine List


  • Domaine de la Prebende, 2016 Beaujolais, Loire Valley, France $9 / $33 Encompasses an old vines blend with profound minerality, a bright wild berry nose, and possesses “typique” Beaujolais fnesse.
  • Van Duzer, 2015 Pinot Noir, Oregon, USA $58 Juicy red cherry and strawberry plays in concert with violets and red rose aromas. A hint of white pepper and well-integrated oak barrel.
  • Les Volets, 2016 Pinot Noir, France $7 / $27 Darkly-stained diaphanous red with upfront aromas of freshly picked raspberries and an underlying savory richness.
  • Fritz, 2016 Pinot Noir, North Coast, California, USA $10 / $36 Medium bodied with intense aromas of red cherries, rhubarb and violet. The palate is framed by frm acidity and loaded with wild berries, allspice, forest foor and hints of crushed tea leaf.
  • Bart “Les Longeroies” 2013 Marsannay, Burgandy, France $56 Remarkably aromatic and lush with ripe black raspberry and black cherry with violets, dried herbs, cocoa and a bit of toasty oak.
  • Coltibuono Cetamura, 2016 Chianti, Tuscany, Italy $8 / $30 Essence of cherries and ripe wild berries in the nose. A soft, balanced, full-favored wine accompanied by a long clean finish.
  • Ciacci Piccolomini d’Aragona, 2015 Super Tuscan, Tuscany, Italy $9 / $33 Multifaceted wine aged in oak barrels. This has a fruity, lightly herbal taste enriched by hints of pepper and spices.
  • Morisfarms, 2016 Mandriolo, Maremma Tuscany, Italy $8 / $31 Intense fruity favor followed by soft sensations on the palate. Has a delicate red color with a hint of luminosity and a bouquet of fresh and harmonious red fruits
  • Gerard Bertrand, 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Languedoc, France $9/ $33 Intense fruit aromas of cassis, redcurrant, and plum with subtle spices. Offering a perfect balance with a good length on the palate.
  • Chateau de la Bonneliere, 2016 Chinon / Cabernet Franc, Loire, France $11 / $40 Brilliant dark ruby-red color with purple garnet hues opens up an expressive bouquet that combines the smells of red fruits (strawberries, raspberries) with toasty, woody nuances and touch of coffee.
  • Château Mayne-Vieil, 2014 Bordeaux Supérieur, Bordeaux, France $10 / $36 Fleshy and robust, full of ripe black fruit accented with hints of mocha, smoke and toast.
  • Writer’s Block, 2015 Syrah, Lake County, California $9 / $33 Dark berry fruit and a spicy finish distinguish this wine. The complexity of the red fruits adds some spiciness and this is framed by floral notes and lightly toasted oak, resulting in a smoky almost tobacco subtle notes.
  • Old Vine Red, Lot Number 67, Red Blend, California, USA $9 / $34 Predominantly comprised of Zinfandel, Old Vine Red combines pure fruit, a supple mouth feel and a rich, solid structure. Produced since 1982, it is one of the longest lasting and best known red blends produced today.
  • Lopez de Haro, Bodega Classica Rioja, Spain $9 / $34 Juicy red currant, cherry and plum has an abundance of joyful forals and a modicum of tannic grip, perfectly placed to frame the sun-warmed fruit. A dusting of peppery spicing closes out the finish.
  • Tarima, 2016 Monastrell, Jumilla, Spain $6 / $22 Raspberries, cooked cherries, and mulberries show in this wine’s expressive nose and mouth; the middle and fnish also offer black plums and black raisins.
  • Catena, 2016 Malbec, Argentina $9 / $33 Deep aromas of ripe red and dark fruits are joined by delicate violet and lavender notes, with traces of raspberries and mocha. Sweet vanilla tones are accentuated at the end.
  • Pozzan – 2016 Zinfandel, Napa, California $10 / $39 Explosive aromas of bright ripe raspberry, yellow peach, candied cherries, and a touch of sweet summer hay. The mouth is dramatically expressive, with volatile favors of peach, boysenberry, cantaloupe, and milk chocolate.
  • Clos La Coutale – 2016 Cahors, France $9 / $34 A blend of Malbec and Merlot, A palate-staining, inky purple elixir with heady scents of smoky black fruits, this Cahors somehow possesses incredibly smooth, caressing structure.


  • Grayson Cellars, 2016 Chardonnay, California, USA $7 / $26 Exotic floral and lemon-zest aromas are backed up by nice ripe fruit favors and a touch of mint in this medium-bodied and generous wine.
  • Eric Chevalier Val De Loire, 2016 Chardonnay, Loire, France $10 / $37 Crisp, clean, and minty mineral chardonnay full of sandstone, silex and quartz. The minerals enhance the bouquet of white fruits and exotic citrus.
  • CMS, 2016 Sauvignon Blanc, Washington, USA $8 / $34 Aromas of mixed citrus, pineapple, and ripe green apple, with a touch of sweet hay and nectarine.
  • Ranga Ranga, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand $9 / $34 Zingy, lifted aromatics that are full of sweet bell pepper, elder flower and lime with some slightly spicy, dried herb and Jalapeno character.
  • Sichel “Sirius,” 2016 White Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France $10 / $38 Charming to the nose with aromas of white blossom, citrus, and lychee while refreshing acidity and a minerality to the long fnish with a tropical fruit and mango hint at the back of the palate.
  • Selbach Incline, 2016 Riesling, Mosel, Germany $8 / $30 A solid and understated Riesling with fresh apple favors in a light-bodied, perky style with a crisp and light finish.
  • Centorri, 2016 Moscato, Italy $8 / $29 Intense aromas of peaches, rose petals, and ginger inviting a taste of a delicately sweet and sparking wine with modest acidity.
  • Piccolino, 2014 Trebbiano, Puglia, Italy $6 / $22 Delightfully perfumed wine showing subtle favors of pear and Key lime. Light, lean and crisp.
  • Parallelle 45 – 2016 Cotes du Rhone Blanc, France $9 / $33 A lively mineral-laced Rhone white, with wet stones and laser pure white fruit in a lip smacking and succulent white. Delivers the elegance and texture of the finest cool climate white wines
  • The Pinot Project, 2017 Pinot Grigio, Venezia, Italy $8 / $31 Pale yellow in color with tinges of legume green. Nose has pleasant aromas of white flowers, apricots, and pears. A pleasant and crisp wine with balanced acidity and good structure. Carries a seamless finish.
  • Villa Wolf, 2016 Pinot Gris, Germany $9 / $34 A full-bodied, dry style with fresh, unoaked fruit and a crisp texture. Slight effervescence adds to a clean and pleasant mouthfeel.
  • Mercat Brut – Cava NV $9 / $34 Bursts with rich pear, green apple and hints of cream. Showing great finesse and balance with notes of papaya and pear rounded out with hints of hazelnuts, fnishing with crisp acidity and freshness.
  • Taittinger La Francaise, Champagne, France $37 (375ml) Active on the palate, with bright core fruits and zesty citrus and mineral favors. Stunning richness while exhibiting excellent overall balance.


  • Scaia – 2017 Dry Venetian Rose, Italy $9 / $34 Has a cherry pink color with an oral aroma of roses, raspberries, fruity. Well balanced on the tongue, tangy and fresh.
  • Flor, Rosé Brut Prosecco, Italy $9 / $32 Elegant perlage, with exuberant fruit-salad nose and a dry, minerally palate that shows plenty of fresh fruit and a long, clean structured finish


  • Mount Pleasant, Port, Missouri $11 Lustrous deep amber orange color. Aromas of orange fan, mashed raisins, salty almonds, and peach pastry follow through on a silky entry to fruity sweet medium body with bourbon barrel vanilla notes and butterscotch and whole nut accents on the finish.
  • Nonino, Grappa Moscato, Italy $9 Elegant, aromatic, soft and sensual with the perfume of roses, thyme and vanilla. Before tasting, Grappa should be allowed to rest in the glass for some minutes: on exposure to oxygen the perfumes are enhanced and the nose/palate harmony is perfected.
  • Contratto, Vermouth Rosso, Italy $7 Contratto, Vermouth Bianco, Italy $7 The original recipe from the early 19th century for Contratto Vermouth is based on a combination of white wine fortified with Italian brandy and more than 30 delicately infused premium natural herbs, spices, roots and seeds. This traditional process is again used to create a sophisticated elixir and a complex and well balanced boutique aperitif