We are wine lovers – and this list has been hand chosen with the purest amount of passion. In choosing these wines, much thought has been given to those wines that will enhance our food, while offering you a good value – and extraordinary taste. Because many of these wines come from small boutique wineries – not mass producers – from time to time they may sell out of a particular varietal. We will make sure that it’s replaced with something equally amazing for you to discover. All wines are served by the glass so you can explore.
bottle $22glass $5.50 Guenoc Culinary Reserve Chardonnay (Lake County, Ca)
Partially barrel fermented with the majority produced in stainless steel, this wine is fresh with light acidity and offers floral notes with apples.
bottle $24glass $7.75 bloom riesling (Germany)
Beautiful peach and honeysuckle fragrance fills the bouquet and follows through in the flavors. A light touch of sweetness naturally graces this wine that is crisp and fresh on the palate and isn't lacking in acidity to balance the fruit.
bottle $34glass $9 Masi Masianco Pinot Grigio/Verduzzo (Veneto, Italy)
Strong straw yellow color. Original and attractive bouquet with tropical fruit aromas. Fresh and easy on the front palate, becoming weightier and fuller bodied on the mid palate where fruitiness blends with flavors reminiscent of honey and boiled sweets. A dry finish with an attractive citrus twist making it especially drinkable.
bottle $34glass $9 Talbott Chardonnay (Monterey, California)
The rich, inviting nose shows bright tropical fruit notes that continue on the palate, where flavors of pineapple and honeydew melon are complemented by refreshing acidity. A lush and generous mid palate leads to a clean, focused finish, with citrus elements of lemon and tangerine supported by mineral notes.
bottle $38.50glass $10Olivier Lemasson Les Vins Contes
‘Le Puits’ Sauvignon Blanc (Loire Valley, France)
30-year-old sauvignon blanc fermented in stainless steel. The soil is limestone clay with silex. Rich and full-bodied for Sauvignon Blanc with an edgy, lively finish.
bottle $35glass $9.50Cantina Villafranca Frascati Superiore (Lazio, Italy)
Frascati is italy’s aswer to Portugal’s Vinho Verde, and this wine is a perfect example of how refreshing it can be. It is light-bodied and wonderfully crisp, with a tinge of carbonation and a simple mix of cantaloupe and citrus flavors.
bottle $35glass $9.50Chataeu Haut Rian Bordeaux Rose (Bordeaux, France)
With a blend of merlot, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon, this rose is a “happy and sappy” classic. Best paired with charcuterie and sausage, this wine is best to drink before or after a lunch or dinner.
bottle $32glass $8.502009 Bella Luce (Sonoma County, California)
This blend of chardonnay, Muscat Canelli, Semillon, Muscat Giallo, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Blanc and Riesling is a perfect summery white. This wine is packed with layers of peach, vanilla, floral aromas and wisps of orange blossom, pear and lime. Distinctive and round on the palate, Bella Luce’s flavors of cream, vanilla, citrus and apple shine through.
bottle $38.50glass $10Planeta Sicilia IGT La Segreta Bianco (Sicily, Italy)
Broad and lively aromatic bouquet. Fruity and fragrant: apple, citrus, white melon, tropical fruit and lime. Fresh and flavoursome. Good balancebetween acidity, suppleness and fullness. Excellent as an aperitif, energetic match with seafood and meat, lightly fried food and all types of salad.
bottle $31glass $7.75Careglio Roero Arneis (Piedmont, Italy)
Arneis is a white varietal specifically from Roero, a town in north central Italy. This unique wine on the palate is smooth and crisp. The aromas are sweet with immediate notes of a crisp green apple and melon. A pleasant surprise for any wine love!
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