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Wine List

By The Glass
Riesling, Frisk
Glass: 8 | Bottle: 30

This zippy Riesling is floral and weighted, with notes of lime sorbet, rose petals and a hint of fennel. With its racy verve, subtle complexity and just a tinge of sweetness, it’s a perfect companion for both sweet and spicy dishes… or simply on its own.

Sauvignon Blanc, Flint & Steel
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 36

Flint & Steel adds a crisp flinty backbone to classic Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc. A lovely nose of honeysuckle, peach and grapefruit rind is followed by flavors of mango, kiwi, lemongrass & freshly squeezed grapefruit. The wine is medium bodied with a smooth and refreshing finish.

Pinot Grigio, Masi ‘Masianco’
Glass: 9 | Bottle: 32

Shows attractive, tropical fruit aromas. Fresh and charming palate flavors gain weight and become full on the midpalate, where fruitiness blends with traces of honey. A dry finish has a citrus twist. An ideal aperitif, this wine is perfect with hors d’oeuvres, fish, and white meats.

Chardonnay, Hess ‘Shirtail,’
Glass: 8 | Bottle: 30

A touch tropical, our Chardonnay is crisp and clean, bright with balanced acidity, that lets the signature lemon-lime and a touch of apple flavors of Monterey shine through.

Chardonnay, Hahn ‘SLH,’
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

Hahn SLH Chardonnay has crisp aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla, hints of citrus and banana. Full bodied flavors with viscous, round mouth-feel of citrus balances the acidic finish.

Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

The first thing you notice about this vintage of rosé is its beautiful pale, pink color. Fragrant aromas of fresh strawberries, marionberry, tart cherry, and rhubarb with hints of hibiscus tea glimmer on the palate. The wine is crisp and fresh with an almost weightless mouthfeel.

Chardonnay, Louis Latour
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 48

The Chardonnay has a beautiful yellow colour with green hints. The wine is fresh revealing aromas of pear and white peach. A refined and balanced wine

White Blend, Conundrum Wines
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

This blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Muscat Canelli and Viognier lures you in with scents of apricot, pear and honeysuckle, and if you’re paying attention, orange and lemon meringue pie. Initial sweetness is balanced by natural acidity, and we love the hint of oak that plays with flavors of peach, apple and citrus.

2016 Pascal Jolivet ‘Attitude’ Rose
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 45

Attitude Rosé is a precise blending of Pinot Noir (dominant), Cabernet Franc and Gamay. The grapes are selected and shorted by hand with the utmost carefulness to keep the healthiest berries. Attitude Rosé offers this unique sensual colour thanks to direct pressing.

Prosecco, Gancia
Glass: 10

This sparkling is made from the best selection of Glera grapes coming from the Prosecco area. Production takes place between Friuli and Veneto, in the area of the Prosecco di Treviso. After harvesting, the grapes are soft pressed and then vinified in white (without the skins) at 18° C controlled temperature.

Le Grand Courtage, French Sparkling Brut
Glass: Split | Bottle: 15

This French sparkling wine creates the perfect balance of fruit, acidity & sweetness. Lingers nicely with a bit of Meyer lemon, honeydew & a continuing apple finish. Great length, crisp and refreshing finish

Le Grand Courtage, Brut Rose
Glass: Split | Bottle: 15

This French sparkling wine creates a deliciously seductive. Smooth and versatile. A perfect balance of freshness, fruit, acidity and sweetness. A courtship of delicate flavors, red fruit aromas and baby bubbles.

Codorniu Blanc de Blanc Cava
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 39

Pale straw yellow, clean and brilliant. Fine bubbles with continuous beads and a persistent mousse. Displays delicate aromas of tropical fruit such as pineapple, as well as citrus, grapefruit, and lime. Soft on the palate with elegant citrus notes. Well balanced and refreshing. The freshness and delicacy of the Brut make it an ideal aperitif.

Setteanime Raboso Geloso Rose
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 39

Made from harvested Raboso Piave grapes, this semi-sparkling, rosé Raboso gives us an unexpected, refreshing taste.

Setteanime Raboso Curioso Red
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 39

From the black of its skins it acquires body and tannin, drawing its distinctive aroma from the well-drained and gravelly alluvial soil that is characteristic exclusively of this land.

40 Year Port
Glass: 35
Setteanime Prosecco Extra Dry
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 39

Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso SETTEANIME is produced with the traditional white method, and then processed with the Martinotti–Charmat method in steel autoclaves, meticulously monitoring its temperature and the duration of the fermentation process.

Pinot Noir, Martin Ray
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 44

The vineyards that comprise this blend were fermented separately in small open-top fermenters with gentle punch-downs. The fermentations were carefully maintained at moderate temperatures until dry, when the must was basket-pressed then pumped into barrels for completion of malolactic fermentation.

Pinot Noir, Sonoma-Cutrer
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

The first thing you notice about this vintage of rosé is its beautiful pale, pink color. Fragrant aromas of fresh strawberries, marionberry, tart cherry, and rhubarb with hints of hibiscus tea glimmer on the palate.

Merlot, Angeline ‘Reserve’
Glass: 8 | Bottle: 30

Another great ambassador of the Paso Robles diverse and increasingly respected region, this wine opens with aromas of ripened blackberries, maraschino cherries, and jammy blueberry notes, while the palate balances out with hints of fresh coffee beans and a dark caramel finish.

Merlot, Emmolo
Glass: 12 | Bottle: 45

Grapes for this wine were sourced from Napa Valley’s Oak Knoll district, which includes two family vineyards. The area’s cooler weather, along with crop thinning and gravelly light soil, creates ideal conditions for producing a rich, distinctive Merlot.

Zinfandel , Stone Summit
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 30

– Big Bear Lake / Central Coast

Zinfandel, Artezin
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 36

Our Zinfandel from Mendocino is a pure varietal expression of red and black fruit, with a hint of black pepper and a concentrated finish. We also look to single vineyards in the Russian River and Dry Creek appellations that showcase the richness and distinction of those places.

Syrah, Stone Summit
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 30

– Big Bear Lake / Central Coast, California

Cabernet Stone Summit
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 30

– Big Bear Lake / Central Coast

Cabernet Sauvignon, Wines of Substance
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 36

Depth and layer upon layer, black cassis, dark cherry, tobacco leaf and morels. Then, pushes on to a full palate, that is savory, mineral driven and earthbound. Smooth, long, compelling… in a word: harmonious.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Martin Ray
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

Our blend of Sonoma County’s sub-appellations expresses a wonderful complexity. The fruit-driven bouquet and palate extends notes of wild blackberry, aromatic violets, spicy persimmon, and mild, dry red pepper with a light oaky touch of caramel. This approachable, medium-bodied Cabernet is not to be underestimated with its structured tannins and perfectly integrated oak influence.

Red Blend, Conundrum Wines
Glass: 14 | Bottle: 52

The winery continues the tradition of bending the rules with Conundrum Red. Serious yet down-to-earth, this wine knows no boundaries. Created from dark red varietals including Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, this wine offers layers of rich flavor that slowly trails off. Behold and serve slightly chilled.

Red Blend, Famille Lafage Lieu Dit Narassa
Glass: 10 | Bottle: 38

Lafage Lieu Dit Narassa is 80% Grenache and 20% Syrah from 70-year-old vines planted in the black schist soils of Maury. Full-bodied, the wine is deep red in color with intense aromas and flavors of black raspberry, chocolate, olive and white pepper.

Bogel Red Blend
Glass: 8 | Bottle: 30

This compelling blend of Old Vine Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah has created a ripe and mouthfilling wine. Richly textured fruit of dark berries and black plums is nuanced by the flavors of juniper and dried herbs.

10 Year Port
Glass: 16
20 Year Port
Glass: 20
30 Year Port
Glass: 30
40 Year Port
Glass: 35
Sparkling Wines
Conundrum
$38

The wine opens on the nose with the delicate scent of melon and citrus. Crisp flavors of freshly cut fruit come through on the palate, with warm notes of white peach and honeydew layered with a minerality that evokes the clean impression of wet stone.

2014 Schramsberg Brut Rosé
$69

The 2014 Brut Rose has generous aromas of mixed strawberry, rose petal, and melon. Its fruitful nose is complemented by notes of raspberry and cranberry. On the palate, there are rich bursts of baked pear and caramelized toffee. The wine has a fresh, juicy acidity which drives to a bright, vibrant finish.

Setteanime Raboso Geloso Rose
$39

Made from harvested Raboso Piave grapes, this semi-sparkling, rosé Raboso gives us an unexpected, refreshing taste.

Setteanime Raboso Curioso Red
$39

From the black of its skins it acquires body and tannin, drawing its distinctive aroma from the well-drained and gravelly alluvial soil that is characteristic exclusively of this land.

Setteanime Prosecco Extra Dry
$39

Prosecco D.O.C. Treviso SETTEANIME is produced with the traditional white method, and then processed with the Martinotti–Charmat method in steel autoclaves, meticulously monitoring its temperature and the duration of the fermentation process.

Mollydooker “Girl on the go
$82

A sophisticated wine that’s not afraid to have fun as waves of citrus and pineapple nectar join with hints of spice and creamy vanilla to send your taste buds on quite the adventure. Perfect for celebrating life with friends and family.

Mollydooker “Miss Molly”
$69

Vivacious and full of class, Miss Molly is brimming with vivid maraschino cherry and plum jam that progress into layers of milk chocolate and mocha. Toffee and cinnamon notes intermix throughout the flavour spectrum as the bubbles add an undeniable vibrancy to the mouth feel.

Champagne
NV Taittinger Brut la Francaise
$68

This Champagne is a blend of some 30 Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vineyards, respectively 40% and 60% of the total, from several harvests of perfectly ripened grapes.

NV Charles Heidsieck, Brut Réserve Rosé
$135

The deep powerful mouthfeel – the result of ageing in thousand-year old cellars – offers a burst of strawberry, raspberry and blackberry nestled in velvety whipped cream.

NV Louis Roederer ‘Cristal’ Brut
$410

A yellow-gold color with mat and amber tints. Persistent, brilliant, fine and lively bubbles. A subtle bouquet, simultaneously discreet and concentrated. It releases notes of citrus compote and candied apricots and evokes the sweetness of honeysuckle. When aerated, notes of vanilla-edged cocoa bean emerge, with toasted hazelnut, hints of liquorice and even cinnamon.

NV Dom Perignon Brut
$335

On the nose, aromas of almond and powdered cocoa develop gradually into white fruit with hints of dried flowers. Classic toasted notes give a rounded finish and denote a fully realized maturity.

Rose
2016 Pascal Jolivet ‘Attitude’ Rose
$45

Attitude Rosé is a precise blending of Pinot Noir (dominant), Cabernet Franc and Gamay. The grapes are selected and shorted by hand with the utmost carefulness to keep the healthiest berries.

2016 Susana Balbo
$45

An elegant, well-balanced and crisp wine that seduces because of its very light pink salmon color. This Rose has fresh, citric, mineral and sweet red berry aromas and a well-textured palate that offers juicy strawberries and cherry flavors.

Ice / Sweet Wine
2015 Moscato, Vino
$30

Elderberry blossom and wisteria perfume rises from the glass leading to a mouthful of apricot, orange blossom, honeysuckle, boysenberry and ripe peach. This one is for the table, porch or picnic.

2015 Gundlach Bundschu, Gewurztraminer
$30

Alluring aromas of ripe pears, tropical fruit, peach blossoms, and zesty lemon complement the 2015 vintage’s mouth-filling and rounded texture. A beautiful expression of 158 years of Gewürztraminer expertise, this pairs with everything from Asian cuisine, to Thanksgiving turkey, to a sunny afternoon.

2014 Mad Furmint
$32

Want to be a bit different? Somewhere between Loire Chenin and Chablis in style, this refreshing white wine expressing both the varietal character of the Furmint variety and the typical minerality of the vineyards of Mád village. Well structured and well balanced, wonderfully elegant blend of apricot and peaches with a warming, ginger spice.

2015 Gewurtztraminer, Dopff & Irion
$46

Aromatic notions of baked apple tart abound on the nose. The palate follows this with appetizing freshness, a mellow note suggesting ripe Red Delicious apples with a dash of kirsch. It’s an unusual Gewurztraminer with a very warm finish.

2014 Inniskillin Vidal Pearl
$125

The Inniskillin Vidal Ice Wine is brilliant stuff; flamboyant aromas of dried pineapple; fresh apricots and honey; incredibly sweet yet not cloying; vibrant acidity.

Chateau Caillou,1967
$172

Chateau Caillou features a straw colour with gold hints, developing concentrated aromas of tropical fruits and honey. These wines emerge as delicate, elegant and full-bodied on the palate. It is also possible to feel the minerality from Barsac.

Chateau Dauphine Rondillon, Loupiac 2007
$210

Loupiac, France

Sauvignon Blanc
2016 Flint & Steel
$36

Flint and Steel Sauvignon Blanc offers lively aromas of grapefruit, honeysuckle and lime followed by notes of minerality. Juicy nectarine and mango flavors flow across the palate. A steely backbone frames the fruit and delivers a refreshing wine well suited for sipping and pairing with food.

2016 White Oak
$36

Notes of lemon grass, white peach & marzipan combine with a hint of thyme to form the intriguing aromatic profile of this wine. Flavors of Kiwi fruit, lime zest & grapefruit are the foundation that leads to a bright finish with flinty minerality.

2016 White Haven
$39

The Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc embodies the quintessential Marlborough style—full-flavored and medium-bodied with notes of juicy peach, ripe tropical fruit and tart and herbaceous gooseberry. Showcasing a brilliant straw color and bright acidity, this elegant wine refreshes the palate with a long, clean finish.

2013 Chateau De Sours ‘La Fleur d’Amelie’
$39

Older Merlot with a little Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot from younger vines, displaying rich aromas of leather, cinnamon and spice, and a long, juicy palate with hints of blackcurrants and raspberries.

2016 Heitz Vineyards
$42

This is a joyful expression of fruit from Heitz’s own organically farmed Sauvignon Blanc vineyard. Enchanting aromas of white peach and stone fruits are followed by crisp, refreshing citrus flavors on the palate.

2015 Cakebread Cellars
$59

Bright, super-fresh aromas of sweet citrus, melon, guava and white flowers introduce pure, vibrant flavors of grapefruit, guava, gooseberry, fleshy melon and white peach, with a refreshing minerality invigorating the wine’s long, crisp finish. Arguably one of Cakebread Cellars’ best-ever Sauvignon Blancs, this Napa Valley classic will age gracefully for the next 3-5 years.

Joel Gott
$53

The Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc has aromas of papaya, grapefruit, pineapple and guava with softer notes of lemongrass and citrus. On the palate, the wine opens with bright, tropical flavors, followed by crisp, refreshing acidity and a long, clean, balanced finish.

Chardonnay
2015 Hess ‘Shirtail’
$30

A touch tropical, our Chardonnay is crisp and clean, bright with balanced acidity, that lets the signature lemon-lime and a touch of apple flavors of Monterey shine through.

2013 Gainey Estate
$32

The wine boasts fresh golden apple, spiced pear and melon aromas with citrus and mineral undertones and hints of vanilla, honey and oak spice. Rich and creamy on the palate, its succulent honeyed apple, white peach, lemon-lime and mineral flavors are nicely accented by subtle, spicy oak tones in the long, refreshing finish.

2015 Oyster Bay
$32

Oyster Bay Marlborough Chardonnay truly captures the character of Marlborough with pure, incisive, ripe fruit flavors. A combination of barrel and tank fermentation and the stirring of yeast lees achieves maximum softness, integration, and texture.

2014 Badge ‘Blue Steele’
$38

This bright, crisp Chardonnay is made entirely in stainless steel, allowing it to maintain its true varietal character. Pale straw-green in color, with notes of pineapple, lemon zest, tropical flowers and green apples, this wine has great minerality and maintains its vibrant acidity throughout its long finish.

2014 Tohu ‘Unoaked’
$38

Untouched by oak, this richly textured Marlborough Chardonnay displays aromas of ripe nectarine, melon and bright citrus underpinned by complex nutty butterscotch gained from both extended time on lees and malolactic fermentation.

2014 The Arsonist
$38

In the glass, The Arsonist 2014 Red Blend is a rich plum color. It reveals alluring aromas of black currant, cranberry, and mocha that intermingle with spice and black pepper. Sweet wild berry fruit flavors on the entry, dry as the wine progress across the palate.

2014 Waterbrook Reserve
$38

Chocolate and raspberry aromatics marry with an earthiness to deliver red fruit flavors and elegant tannins in this beautiful Columbia Valley Merlot. It finishes with burnt sugar, integrated oak and mouthwatering acidity.

2015 DeMorgenzon ‘DMZ Reserve’
$69

Golden with green hues. Hot toasted brioche with zesty marmalade. Backbone of lime and lemongrass with floral notes of honeysuckle and frangipani on the palate. Warm, rich vanilla and a creamy almond finish.

2013 Salentein Reserve
$39

Bright and intense purplish red color. In its fruity nose, fresh red fruit (plum and blackberry) stand out without cooked or marmalade aromas. In the mouth, its entry is fresh thanks to its natural acidity, fruity sensation, round or ripe tannins and sweet finish. Balanced and intense wine with clear varietal character.

2015 Penfolds
$42

A light to medium-bodied Chardonnay with distinctive primary fruit characters and a subtle underlay of moderate oak.

2015 Stags Leap Hand of time
$45

This Napa Valley red blend offers pleasing aromas of spiced plums and boysenberry with hints of tobacco and black tea. Rich in texture, this wine has flavors of currant and dark chocolate with a touch of sweet oak on the finish.

2014 Meerlust
$45

Very bright, polished platinum with green, vivacious hue. Complex, appealing nose with pear, citrus and floral notes developing into lemon cream, oatmeal and marzipan richness. On the palate the wine is medium bodied and linear but retains generous focused citrus fruit flavours with sleek, balanced and crisp acidity.

2015 Yarden
$65

Yarden Chardonnay offers bright lemon, pear, and pineapple fruit notes, along with nuances of fresh flowers and French oak. This classic medium- to full-bodied Chardonnay is pleasingly fresh, aromatic and flavorful.

2015 Hahn ‘SLH
$52

Hahn SLH Chardonnay has crisp aromas of honeysuckle, vanilla, hints of citrus and banana. Full bodied flavors with viscous, round mouth-feel of citrus balances the acidic finish.

2013 Raymond Estates
$48

The 2013 Reserve Selection Napa Valley Chardonnay opens with delightfully fragrant aromas of pear and guava fruit that are accentuated by aromatic notes of apple, honeysuckle and a touch of toasted oak. This beautifully balanced wine coats the palate with flavors of melon, lemon and ripe pear before culminating in a long,enjoyable finish.

2015 Sonoma-Cutrer
$52

Aromas of nectarine, stone fruit, white peach and oak spice are accented with hints of vanilla, toasted nuts and a touch of butterscotch and light caramel with a subtle cinnamon spice undertone. This wine has the distinctive Sonoma-Cutrer balance between elegance and richness for a medium-bodied, mouth-filling wine.

2013 Lourensfoord ‘The Dome’
$50

Tropical fruit and orange blossom aromas lead to flavors of white peach with a caramel, nutty undertone that lingers on the textured, luxurious finish. The natural fermentation provides a brilliant linear acidity and substantial core with just enough layered sweetness, resulting in a round, balanced palate.

2015 Merryvale
$62

A vibrant gold color, this wine is alive with bright acidity, aromas of ripe, sweet pear, pineapple, popcorn, golden delicious apple, toffee, and vanilla bean. Showcasing the balanced 2015 growing season, the smooth, bright entry offers the prelude to a fresh and delicate wine with lots of personality, weight and volume.

2014 Morgan
$56

This focused, elegant Chardonnay’s aromas feature nectarine, river rock, and grapefruit. On the palate, the rich fruit flavors are complemented by a light touch of toasty oak and refreshing pear and lime zest.

2013 Cusumano Jale
$58

Soft and rich, this opens with perfumed honeysuckle and jasmine aromas, backed by yellow fruit, peach and melon notes. The palate is round, soft and creamy, with a fresh, citrusy finish.

2015 DeMorgenzon ‘DMZ Reserve’
$69

Golden with green hues. Hot toasted brioche with zesty marmalade. Backbone of lime and lemongrass with floral notes of honeysuckle and frangipani on the palate. Warm, rich vanilla and a creamy almond finish.

2015 Martin Ray ‘Reserve’
$72

A pretty and elegant wine with bright, tropical key lime zest and guava, softened by lightly floral honeysuckle and crisp golden apples supported by notes of vanilla and ripe bananas. This medium-light bodied Chardonnay is delicate, but certainlynot shy. It has a sharp palate honed nicely with a definitive minerality.

2011 Clos-Pepe Estate
$72

The wine shows rich vanilla, oak toast, grapefruit, apple, dusty minerals and lime zest in the nose. Aromatic complexity is matched by a dry, rich attack, a persistent finish and plenty of acidity to frame this slightly stylistic impression of Clos Pepe in 2011.

2014 Pouilly Fuisse, Joseph Drouhin
$72

A seductive wine and a really nice expression of the Chardonnay grape! The color is golden, with some green reflections. Among the floral and fruity aromas, almond and ripe grapes dominate. On the palate, the wine is refreshingly pleasant, ethereal in its lightness. Long and refreshing aftertaste.

2014 Babcock Central Coast
$72

Imagine if they took some fruit from the Top Cream section of their estate vineyard, and instead of doing the full Burgundian stylistic expansion with it, they fermented it in stainless steel at a nice cool temperature to lock in its fruit and minerality.

2014 Nickel & Nickel ‘Truchard Vineyard’
$75

The beauty of this vineyard shines in the 2014 Truchard Vineyard Chardonnay. Tropical aromas of peach, fig and Meyer lemon lead to flavors of pear, pineapple and vanilla. Toasted oak notes and a hint of minerality complement the fruit.

2012 Joel Gott
$35

We strive for the style of Burgundy Chablis, by not undergoing malo-lactic fermentation we preserve the fresh, clean acid on the palate. Sur-lie aging balances out the acid while fermentation is done in stainless steel tanks.

2011 Bello
$74

This generous wine exhibits a lush fruity entry framed by pungent mesquite honey notes that transitions to rich Bosc pear notes with lively essences of spicy ginger, clove, split vanilla bean and finishing with a flinty body of complex wet river rock mineral layers.

2014 Joseph Drouhin
$59

Full of life! A bouquet of citrus aromas, and honey and vanilla. In the mouth, it’s funky, spontaneous, striking. Really charming!

2014 Joseph Drouhin Puligny-Montrachet Folatieres
$149

Beautiful harmony defines this precious wine. Golden and bright color. The complex and distinctive aromas of Puligny are here in evidence: honey, honeysuckle, fresh almond. As the wine matures, these aromas evolve towards dried fruit notes and spice.

2015 Planeta
$92

Golden yellow with lively green glints. Rich and intense. Aromas of peach, golden apple, white figs, vanilla cream, and meringue mingle with overtones of hazelnut and honey. The wood is shy but well balanced.

2014 Mayacamas
$94

Delicate, detailed aromas of pear skin, honeysuckle, wet slate and vanilla bean unfold in the glass and deepen with air. On the palate, the wine is at once rich and very focused – dominated at first by mouthwatering acidity and stony minerality, then broadening into generous flavors of lemon curd and green pistachio.

2014 Patz & Hall
$120

Blended with grapes from acclaimed vineyards like Parmalee Hill, Dutton Ranch and Durell Vineyard, this wine is beautifully complex with aromas and flavors of pineapple, guava, honeydew and lime zest, as well as secondary notes of toasted almond macaroon, cinnamon and sugar cookies.

Irony
$38

Elegant and classic, Irony Monterey Chardonnay opens up with enticing aromas of apricot, yellow peach, citrus, honey and hints of soft, toasty oak. This medium-bodied Chardonnay offers a full, rich mouth-feel complemented by flavors of honeydew melon, tart green apple, marshmallow and hints of spice and oak, which lead to a long refined finish.

2014 Pahlmeyer
$129

Bright gold in color. Intense aromas of honeysuckle, bee pollen and apricot nectar are lightly tinged with sea salt and interwoven with notes of baked graham cracker. The ultra plush mouth feel has light tones of honeycomb and juicy summer fruits reminiscent of Crane melon and grilled peach.

2015 Gaja Rossj Bass
$165

Golden yellow with a fine perfume of citrus fruits and flowers with a hint of honey. There is a considerable depth to this wine and has an elegant body, definite character and good acidity with a fresh and lingering finish.

Jermann
$38

Its colour is brilliant straw-yellow with greenish highlights, its aroma is intense and fruity (banana when young, golden delicious apple when mature), lightly aromatic and with excellent persistence. The wine noticeably exalts the natural aromas of the grape variety.

Louis Latour
$42

Rich nose of almond paste, vanilla and white fruits. Round and well-balanced in the mouth, this wine reveals mellow oaky hints and a great finesse.

Cakebread
$98

The nose offers vivid, creamy aromas of green and golden apple, pear and citrus with supporting scents of beeswax and mineral. Full­bodied and vibrant on the palate, with bright, intense, apple, citrus and melon flavors.

Interesting Whites
2012 La Carte De Haut-Brion
$120

Blend: 65% Merlot, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon and 2% Cabernet Franc.

2012 Chateu Ducasse White
$39

On the ripe side of herbaceous, this is a full and rounded wine. It has citrus flavors along with richer tropical fruits, a mineral edge and delicious, juicy acidity. The wine can be drunk now, but will be better after 2015.

2013 Chenin Blanc, Nederburg
$28

Yellow straw color. Delicate, smoky, rubbery aromas and flavors of roasted apples and lemons, honey cream, and rubber with a satiny, soft, fruity light-to-medium body and a smooth, chalk, fruit rind, nutshell, and moss finish with dusty tannins. A pleasant, rather dry late harvest white.

2014 Chenin Blanc, Clos du Gaimont
$40

Straw yellow in color, the nose unveils typical Chenin Blanc characteristics— floral aromas that are reminiscent of acacias with hints of dried fruit. Crisp notes of green apple and citrus fruit are supported by a mineral edge that leads to a rich, concentrated and well balanced, dry palate.

Conundrum
$38

Fragrant and juicy, offering a charming mix of honeysuckle, peach, apple and lemon verbena, set on a light and effortless frame. A mouthwatering vein runs throughout. Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Viognier, Semillon and Muscat Canelli.

Joseph Drouhin “Chassagne Montrachet Laguiche- White Burgundy”
$210

This is a wonderful occasion to savor a great wine. Admirable light golden color. Intense and elegant aromas come to the fore. Hawthorn, apricot notes, evolve toward hints of blond tobacco. As the wine ages, there are nuances of dried fruit and rare spices.

Chateau De Tracy, Pouilly Fume
$210

From one of the oldest estates in Pouilly Fumé, this is an herbal and freshly grassy wine. Delicious apple is textured with minerality, salty character and intense, still-young acidity.

Pino Noir
2009 Wente
$68

Dry and elegant, with the silky texture and cherry flavors you want in a good bottle. Yes, it’s a little light in body and intensity, but the price is pretty good for a Pinot with this much varietal pleasure.

2006 ZD
$75

A savory, basic Pinot Noir that satisfies for its crisp dryness and silky texture. Shows cola, cherry, tea and spice flavors.

2013 Guarachi
$155

The Northwest corner of Sonoma County provides a cool maritime climate resulting in an ideal location for Pinot Noir. The hillsides of Sun Chase sit 1,400 feet above the valley floor and receive ample sunlight. Balanced fruit, minerality and a lasting finish are hallmarks of this rich Pinot Noir.

2010 Jargon
$34

Bright and seductive flavors of black cherry, berries and violet. On the palate, this wine has a smooth silky texture, followed by mild tannins that deliver structure and complexity.

2014 Joel Gott
$42

The 2014 Santa Barbara Pinot Noir has aromasof sweet cherries and baking spices with a hintof smoke. On the palate, ripe red fruit flavors are followed by elegantly balanced acidity and soft,velvety tannins.

2014 Babcock “Slice of Heaven”
$120

This 2014 bottling displays lavish amounts of earthy forest floor, leather, and smoky cherry cola. On the palate, its youthful construction is tight with an acidity that gracefully levitates the flavors in the finish over very fine tannins. Give it a few years and the whole thing will turn into velvet.

2015 Martin Ray
$44

This Pinot Noir exemplifies the expectations of what savvy consumers have come to look forward to from classic Sonoma County Pinot. The nose has notes of ripe elderberry, black cherry, aromatic wild rose, and spicy cola, with slightly earthy undertones.

2014 Sonoma Cutrer
$52

A bright, lovely layering of cherry and strawberry strikes first, before a jolt of rose perfume finds its complement in an earthy lilt of salt and forest. Sandalwood enhances the intrigue and complexity of this medium-bodied wine.

2014 Rose Rock
$58

The Eola-Amity Hills Pinot Noir cuvee is drawn from Roserock’s 35 estate Pinot Noir blocks. It clearly conveys winemaker Veronique Drouhin’s dedication to elegance and finesse, and continues a long tradition of producing fine wines.

2014 Innocent Bystander
$60

The wine is bright crimson red and has aromas of pomegranates, cranberries, fresh cherries and dark cocoa powder. The palate is dark and brooding with a touch of savory forest undergrowth. A rich tannin structure melts into a velvety mouth feel.

2014 St. Clair ‘Pioneer Block’
$73

Bright garnet with spicy and floral bouquet. Aromas of subtle wild flower notes, dried thyme and warm toasted coffee. The palate is refined, elegant and concentrated with wild berries, dried thyme and a rich toasty finish.

2013 Pegasus Bay
$88

The upfront aromas and flavours suggest raspberry, pomegranate, black cherry, purple plum, chocolate and spice. These overlie savoury hints of barbecued meats, grilled mushrooms and black olive tapenade. It is richly textured and mouth filling with powerful but velvety tannins that flow evenly through the palate, helping to draw out the lingering aftertaste.

2014 Sea Smoke Southing
$92

The ever-changing nose of the 2014 Southing exhibits Montmorency cherry, baking spice and dried flowers. The fine tannins and minerality are enhanced by the estate vineyard’s characteristic cool climate acidity.

2011 Clos Pepe Estates
$92

Exquisite aromatic intensity. Broad red and tangy black berry fruit character with hints of spice, black tea, orange peel and dusty minerals. In the mouth the wine is tangy, structured but also generous and ripe with excellent verve on the attack with long and complex layers of primary fruit: blackberry, cherry.

2014 Patz & Hall Hyde
$135

Elegant and layered, the nose dances and weaves through aromas of dried rose petal, carnation, cranberry, clove, cherry, dark chocolate and damp earth. Though soft and supple, the palate is equally multifaceted, with fine-grained tannins supporting flavors of cassis, cherry liqueur and cinnamon.

Talbott
$60

The Pinot Noir is approachable and bright with aromas of crushed cranberry, plum and red currant. The crisp red fruit flavors continue on the palate, where they are accentuated by soft, smooth tannins. The finish is long with lush fruit and hints of vanilla and French oak.

Zinfandel
2008 Nickel & Nickel
$86

Raspberry flavors with layers of white pepper, vanilla and spice are apparent in both the aroma and on the palate. This wine is a very elegant Zinfandel with its sweet, jammy fruits and spicy flavors offering a nice warmth and finesse.

2010 Four Vines Traunt
$32

A bit rustic and rough around the edges, but for the price, not bad. Fruity and spicy, it’s the kind of wine you drink with pizza, lasagna, barbecue or just bacon rinds, and who cares if it’s not subtle.

2011 Neyers, Vista Luna Borden Ranch
$72

Ripe fruit flavors and chocolate accents give opulent character to this full-bodied wine. The flavors are suggestive of late-picked grapes, raisins and ripe figs, while the texture is easy and almost soft, with no tannic bite.

2011 Dry Creek
$30

The 2011 Zinfandel presents a wonderful profile of blueberry, red currants, and silky structure that speak to the cool 2011 vintage. An additional few minutes in the glass reveal underlying mineral nuances that make this wine really stand out.

2014 Stone Summit
$30

– Big Bear Lake, California

2014 Coppola Diamond
$32
2014 Artezin
$36

The very first thing you notice about this vintage is the deep, darkvermillion red cast of the wine, tinged with indigo blue hues. The aroma is classic, dominated by cherry, pomegranate and boysenberry. As expected, there’s a fine layer of white and black pepper.

2013 Chateau Montelena Estate
$59

Cocoa, espresso, and cedar readily apparent on the nose transition slowly to ripe blackberry, fig, and mint. The acidity on the front of the palate is contrasted and balanced by density and richness, along with notes of raspberry jam, dried blueberries, and cherry candy.

Merlot
2013 Cakebread
$120

Fragrant ripe black cherry, red plum and blackberry aromas, complemented by whiffs of black tea, oak and chocolate,introduce this bold, beautifully structured merlot. Rich and plump on the palate with lush cherry, plum and red currantflavors framed by firm, yet fine-grained tannins, it culminates in a long finish accented by zesty tea-leaf spice tones.

2013 Emmolo
$45

Grapes for this vintage were sourced from the Emmolo Oak Knoll vineyard located near the city of Napa in a sub-appellation called Oak Knoll. It’s ten miles nearer the San Francisco Bay than Rutherford and has a cooler microclimate.

2015 Angeline ‘Reserve
$30

Another great ambassador of the Paso Robles diverse and increasingly respected region, this wine opens with aromas of ripened blackberries, maraschino cherries, and jammy blueberry notes, while the palate balances out with hints of fresh coffee beans and a dark caramel finish. Invitingly fruit-forward with a medium body that is well structured with unobtrusive tannins.

2014 Oyster Bay
$32

This definitely fits the bill as an affordable weekday red. Red berries, vanilla and spice on the nose and palate offer plenty of enjoyment, while there’s just enough softly dusty tannins to provide structure on the crisp finish.

2014 Gainey
$33

Our estate-grown Merlot is a sumptuous red wine boasting fragrant black cherry and dark plum aromas mingled with appealing vanilla, cocoa and light herbal scents. Juicy and succulent on the palate, the wine’s concentrated dark cherry, plum and cassis flavors gain a zesty tea-leaf spice tone in the long, savory finish.

2015 Coppola Directors OZ
$36

With an intensely perfumed nose of boysenberries, cherries and cloves touched by a spiced shortbread note, the aromas are consistent with its vivacious flavor expressions. Silky in texture and juicy on the palate, there are rich notes of raspberries, mocha and gingerbread that enliven the long, toasted oak finish.

2014 Whitehall Lane
$45

The plush red raspberry and cherry flavors and aromas leap from the glass. This merlot has an amazing core of ripe, jammy berry and currant fruit that is beautifully framed by toasty oak. It is supple in texture and shows attractive depth on the finish.

2014 Flora Springs
$56

The 2014 vintage unfolds with inviting aromas of dark plum and black cherry and hints of cardamom, nutmeg and cinnamon spice. In the mouth the deep purple fruit flavors unfurl on a richly textured palate, joined by notes of sassafras, baked pie crust and dusty cocoa.

2014 Mollydooker Scooter
$86

Truly amazing/inspirational Merlot both in the traditional sense and in the Wow and Fruit Weight sense. Delicate, pretty, smooth, bright and elegant. Notes of raspberry, cherry, blueberry, and a hint of peppercorn, perfumed berries, and violets. Great with duck, pork, veal, chicken, salmon, trout, blue eyed trevalla and any BBQ.

2014 Merryvale
$75

We were able to bring incredible fruit into the cellar with beautiful acidity that will maintain the freshness of this wine for many more years. The tannins are very soft and fine grained, demonstrating the texture and complexity of this wine and showcasing the delicate nature of Merlot.

2014 Ridge Estate
$78

Saturated ruby color. Ripe cherry fruit, chaparral, black tea, toasted oak, and clove spice. Well-defined mountain fruit entry, rounded tannins, sweet oak, lengthy finish showing limestone character.

2013 Hall
$78

Deep garnet in color, this wine starts with a beautiful voluminous entry of cascading red fruit and a soft, lush texture. A pretty, floral, fruit-driven wine with aromas of rose petal, very ripe raspberry, milk chocolate, burning embers and vanilla.

Malbec
AR Guentota
$62

Deep ruby red with violet tones. Intense and complex bouquet with red and black fruit notes (blueberry, blackberry, etc.). Balsamic and a little bit vanilla flavor. Well balanced, elegant and persistent aftertaste.

2011 Graffigan Centenario Reserve
$32

Intense vivaious purple with violet and bluish black hints. Initial aromas of blackberries and red stone fruits are backed by mocha spices and jams. The palate is opulent and silky with mature tannins, soft and structured. It is perfectly rounded with a long lingering after taste.

2012 Llama Old Vine
$32

As its namesake, this wine embodies the distinctive spirit of our vineyards, spanning the foothills of the Andes. Llama is a rich ruby-purple color, and boasts elegant flavors of black berries, ripe plum and robust spices with good balance and structure.

2015 Red Schooner Voyage 4
$60

This Malbec is made from grapes grown in the Andes Mountains, shipped chilled to Napa Valley and produced with the same techniques as our Caymus Cabernet. Falling outside standard labeling rules, it does not include a vintage date but is known by the voyage from which it was produced (Voyage 4 is the 2013 vintage).

2015 LaPosta ‘Paulucci
$36

Aromas of red cherries, raspberries, and violets along with notes of toasty oak. On the palate, fresh berries with spice and a hint of soft caramel on the finish.

2013 Susana Balbo
$79

Beautiful deep violet color with exploding aromas of blackberry, black cherry, and violets framed by hints of oak and mint. The wonderful aromas are mirrored on the palate, and they are joined by ripe plum fruit and a hint of toasty vanilla, bittersweet chocolate, and a hint of mint on the finish.

2013 Mendel ‘Unus’
$90

The aromas of dark cherries, plums and roasted cocoa come leaping out of the glass. This is a big but very suave wine with layers of ripe cherry, berry fruits, white pepper, mint, chocolate, caramel, smoke, and toast.

Grenache
2012 El Burro
$36

Vivid purple with bright red rim. Nose of raspberry, cherry fruit with earthy notes of spice, leather, vanilla and mocha. A full bodied with fine, soft tannins and well balanced acidity. Raspberry and wild berry fruits give way to a long, smooth, spicy finish.

Qupe Sawyer Lindquist
$62

The aromas are heady and spicy, with a black pepper character normally associated with Syrah. It has that classic wild cherry aroma as well. In the mouth it is full-bodied without being heavy, great acidity and that small addition of Syrah helps it sneak in just under 14% alcohol.

Epiphany
$58

This refreshing Rose is a vribrant light pink color and possesses beautiful aromatics of guava, watermelon, passion fruit, papaya and cherry — as well as crisp fruit flavors of cherry, cranberry, guava, watermelon and strawberry with a touch of rose water.

Syrah
Mollydooker Two Left Feet
$82

Lavish aromas of chocolate, cherry and vanilla cream, lead to a palate of deep plum, spice and liquorice. With soft, integrated tannins and lingering flavours, this is an opulent wine and seriously delicious.

2010 Carlisle Papa’s Block
$92

Black in color and rich in aromas of grilled meat, Papa’s is thick and concentrated, offering bold flavors of damson plum, leather and cola spice. Full bodied and ripe, its ability to showcase crisp acidity amid all this flavor and texture is remarkable.

2009 White Oak
$74

Hints of rose petal and blueberry on the nose join forces on the palate to create a rich, mouth feel of ripe blackberry, cassis and velvety tannins. Ending with a finish that is long complex, this wine will continue to age gracefully.

2014 Morgan
$34

This Rhone-style blend has a rich ruby red color, highlighted with purple edges. Wild cherry, sandalwood, truffles and mushrooms aromas jump out of the glass. The wine is medium-bodied with soft tannins; it offers a mouthful of bramble and earth flavors.

Shiraz
2010 Mollydooker Velvet Glove
$375

Dark black violet in color, this wine has an intensely spiced nose with fruit aromas of fresh raspberry, plum and blueberry with an edge of tar, mocha and blackberry jam extending the complexity. The palate shows amazing purity of fruit with delicate flavors, fine oak tannins and creamy oak.

2014 Mollydooker The Boxer
$64

Elegant, beautiful, and full-bodied. Creamy with massive powerful dark chocolate flavors; plum jam, mocha, licorice all sorts, plus raspberry, blackberry, coffee, spice, anise, and cigar shop. So good and possibly the best Boxer to date.

2013 Darioush Signature
$180

This full-bodied Signature Shiraz is equally expressive in aroma and on the palate, exhibiting red and black fruits, exotic spices and smoke. Opened by aromas of blueberry, tart blackberries, pepper jam and fig; the rich and textured palate confirms pomegranate, anise, dusty bittersweet chocolate and ground espresso.

Mollydooker Carnival of Love
$258

Luscious cherry, blackberry and plum jam fruit flavors marry together, forming this powerful yet elegant Shiraz. Made from a selection of McLaren Vale’s premier grapes, its deep color and fragrant nose leads to quite a voluptuous palate of fruit intertwined with rich mocha, coffee and chocolate, with traces of licorice and toffee.

Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy
$82

The Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz has an incredibly lifted nose. Aromas of ripe blackberry, dark cherry and mocha greet you, followed by rich black liquorice and vanilla pod notes. The careful use of American oak hums seamlessly in the background and finishes with a beautiful creamy mouthfeel.

Cab Franc
2010 Michael David Ink Blot
$82

This wine is imprinted with Michael David’s typical big, bold flavors. It’s an aromatic combination of perfume, cinnamon spice and toasty oak. The palate is dense and smoky, with strong raspberry and currant fruit.

2014 Darioush Signature
$138

Inspired by the power and grace exhibited in the great wines of Bordeaux, this Cabernet Sauvignon from Darioush’s cooler-climate, southern Napa Valley vineyards exhibits extraordinary depth, character and poise.

Cabernet Sauvignon
Casa Piena
$76

This wine embodies all the character of the site and delivers a rich, complex and complete Cabernet that once again balances all the fruit and savory notes the estate has become famous for.

Buccella
$138

The wine is a lush, layered example of the best Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon can offer. Aromas of blackberry, cassis, and blueberry mingle with notes of molasses, bay, pastry crust, and graphite.

2009 Paul Hobbs
$240

Its black garnet hues are resplendent with aromas of blueberry, currant, cocoa and wet slate. The palate is silky and rich, and powerfully charged with intense, finely sculpted layers of graphite and dark chocolate.

2013 Primus
$42

An elegant, deep red wine with lively aromas of red currant, dried cherry and fig mingle with oak notes of vanilla and sweet spice. Generous and juicy flavors of cherry, raspberry and blueberry are complemented by subtle notes of oak.

2011 Bonterra
$38

This Cabernet offers aromas of bright cherry, currant, and raspberry with notes of toasted oak and vanilla. Present in the glass, flavors of cherry and currant and a lingering and thoughtful finish. Good structure, a moderate weight, polished tannins and a balanced acidity promise an ever more pleasing wine to come.

2012 Heitz Cellars
$98

Aromas of fresh-picked blackberry and cassis abound from this lively wine. A beautiful, inviting wine that effortlessly balances classic Cabernet richness with silky tannins on the palate.

Raymond Generations
$140

This is a classically dry wine that displays flavors of blackberry and both red and black currants that are enhanced by a touch of black cherry, ripe tannins and a long, lingering finish.

2014 Wines of Substance
$36

Depth and layer upon layer, black cassis, dark cherry, tobacco leaf and morels. Then, pushes on to a full palate, that is savory, mineral driven and earthbound. Smooth, long, compelling… in a word: harmonious.

2012 Napa Cellars
$44

Elegant and concentrated aromas of dark fruit open to a soft mouthfeel of black and red fruit flavor with a subtle hint of cinnamon and tobacco. The French Oak helps soften the tannins and the understated acidity of this wine complement the bright fruit characteristics to create a balanced Cabernet Sauvignon.

2014 Martin Ray
$52

The diverse sources of this Cabernet Sauvignon exemplify the Napa Valley terroir. The strong, traditional bouquet layers notes of ripe black cherry, dark cassis, aromatic violets, and savory curry spices rooted by earthy undertones.

2013 BR Cohn ‘Gold Label
$62

A rich bold style Cabernet built to go with food. Classic Cabernet aromas of cassis and plum yield to black cherry and briar. These harmonize with a bouquet of sweet French oak, cedar cigar box, clove and a hint of anise and pine needle.

2014 BR Cohn Cabernet
$62

A bold, rich Cabernet with aromas of cassis, black cherry, mint and violet combine with a bouquet of pungent oak, anise, and warm vanilla. On the palate, lush cherry, caramel, and clove are wrapped in smooth tannin and a long juicy finish.

2013 Hall
$65

Dark garnet in color, the 2013 HALL Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon displays strong aromas of pure dark fruit with a floral lift of fresh rose. The palate is bright, concentrated and dense with plenty of structured tannins buttressed by French oak.

2012 Katnook Estates
$68

On the nose there are aromas of dark plums, mulberry and cassis that meld into a richly layered palate of dark berry fruits, plum and light mulberry highlighting toasty oak flavors. Its robust tannins lead to a long, rewarding finish.

2013 Yarden
$72

The 2013 Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon presents ripe blackberry and cherry fruit notes, complemented by characters of pipe tobacco, black tea and a hint of fresh herb. Rich and complex, this classic Cabernet displays full body and a lingering finish.

2012 Heitz Cellars
$98

Aromas of fresh-picked blackberry and cassis abound from this lively wine. A beautiful, inviting wine that effortlessly balances classic Cabernet richness with silky tannins on the palate.

2015 Mollydoocker Gigglepot
$118

Showcases the best of what McLaren Vale Cabernet has to offer; dark fruits of blackberry and blackcurrant burst upon first smelling this decadent wine. Expressive layers of violet, rich vanilla cream and mocha coat your palate giving way to deep chocolate and subtle hints of spice.

2014 Cakebread
$130

Dense, concentrated aromas of ripe boysenberry, blackberry, dark plum and cassis, with a hint of spice, preface intense, deeply concentrated, blackberry, blackcurrant and dark cherry flavors, culminating in a long finish shot through with a blackberry fruitiness.

2013 Nickel & Nickel ‘Quarry Vineyard’
$145

Essence of cassis, herb and green and black olive blend together so exquisitely that this might be our best vintage for this vineyard to date. The wine offers deep flavor and a round and generous texture, making it seamless from start to finish.

2014 Caymus
$180

Deep red and opulent in color with the vibrant scent of dark cherry and blackberry, subtly layered with warm notes of vanilla. The palate is explosive, bright and balanced with cassis at the center, with flourishes of cocoa and sweet tobacco.

2007 Vice Versa
$220

Rich and plush, with layers of black cherry, currant, black licorice. Full-bodied, spicy and complex, this is slow to unravel but shows depth and complexity on the finish, where the flavors gain velocity.

2010 Sanguis “Counture” Red
$132

Very rich and complex, in the manner of Sanguis, with intricate layers of berries, mocha, leather and new oak, highlighted with a burst of citrusy acids. The tannins are pure and fine, the mouthfeel is smoothly tannic, and the finish is long and spicy.

2010 Sanguis “Verve” Grenache
$128

A lavish mouthfeel with opulent plum and ultra-ripe cherry are balanced with asian spice, dark chocolate, blueberry jam and Bing cherries. Cashmere-like texture, with an intensity on the palate rarely found, this is oppulence at it’s best.

Synthesis
$73

True to its origins, the Synthesis has a complex bouquet of dried baking herbs and bold red and purple fruits along the lines of Maraschino cherries, figs and spiced baked plums. The Bordeaux blenders add a complementary hint of blueberries and toasted marshmallows.

2006 Maritas
$148

This is a gigantic wine made solidly in the modern cult Napa style of dazzling power. It’s similar to the winery’s 2005, although lacking some of its structure. Massive in blackberries, black currants and cedar flavors, with a pleasantly earthy edge of green olives and carob. Extremely fine, but wants some time in the cellar.

2005 Maritas
$220

The first sniff and taste tell you this is an important wine, but also a very young, tannic one. It’s the structure, and not just the ripe flavors, that’s so impeccable, giving the wine its backbone and strength. But speaking of flavors, the wine is gigantic in black currants and blackberries.

2009 Lost Angel Mischief
$30

A blend of Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Syrah, Petite Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Maybe we shouldn’t have done it, but it was a lot of fun and we’re glad we did it. Fruit forward with black cherries, dried plums and sultanas.

Michel-Schlumberger
$60

Offering an intense aroma of ripe black cherry, cranberry, Chinese five spice, chocolate and cedar.

2012 Seghesio Barbera
$74

Muted red cherry and blackberry commingle for a fruity character in this variety not found much these days in Sonoma County. Soft and high-toned in acidity, the wine finishes in a swirl of wild vanilla bean.

2015 Seghesio Defiant
$89

Aromas of youthful blackberry, mocha and spice. On the palate, dense, ripe flavors of black fruits, pepper and savory notes. Soft tannins and long expansive finish.

Red Blend, Bordeaux & Meritage
2014 Jayson, by Pahlmeyer
$145

The intensity of this wine is first revealed by its garnet core, then from concentrated aromas of dark black cherry and coffee, nicely lifted by notes of candied red fruits, sarsaparilla and a hint of leather.

2013 Merryvale ‘Profile’
$259

Aromas of licorice, blackberry, raspberry and plum are interwoven with dark chocolate and black olives and highlighted by balsamic notes. The rich, round entry is the perfect entrée to this wine of significant depth and length.

2014 Conundrum
$52

Created from dark red varietals including Zinfandel and Petite Sirah, this wine offers layers of rich flavor that slowly trails off.

2013 Hess ‘Treo’
$30

The red fruits are ripe and bold, but not overly so. Tannins are purposefully softer and easy drinking – we craft this blend to ensure the wine is accessible when you decide to open the bottle. Maybe that’s why it’s become so popular.

2011 Bogel
$30

A compelling blend of California’s finest plantings of Old Vine Zinfandel, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah, this wine surpasses all expectation for pure enjoyment. It is rich, ripe, luscious and juicy!

Archaval Ferrer Quimera
$63

A deeply nuanced wine, scented with notes winding from earth and boulder, to dark fruit, up to delicate rosemary hints. It is ample on the palate, with delicious and almost feminine acidity. Quimera is heuristic, an intimate discovery, a search for perfection.

Carchelo Jumilla Tinto
$72

Elaborated separately then blended and aged four months in French oak, these four varieties come together to shape a well structured, concentrated, and intensely aromatic blend. A velvety and round palate is highlighted by red fruit and mineral notes with a long finish.

Vian Zaco Rijoa tempranillo
$98

Aromatic with vibrant and expressive red fruit flavors and subtle oak. Full expression of Tempranillo, Rioja’s classic varietal.

The Prisoner
$115

Features enticing aromas of Bing cherry, dark chocolate, clove, and roasted fig. Persistent flavors of ripe raspberry, boysenberry, pomegranate, and vanilla linger harmoniously, for a smooth and luscious finish.

Specialty Reds - France
2010 Georges Dubceuf
$36

– Beaujolais Villages, France

2011 Louis Jadot
$34

– Beaujolais Villages, France

2010 Chateu La Papeterie Montagne Saint Emilion
$52

Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge, Rhone, France

2015 Famille Lafage Lieu Dit Narassa
$38

– Perpignan, France

Reserve De Bonpas
$143

Côtes-du-Rhône, France

2015 Bonpas Côtes du Rhône Réserve
$39

Rhone, France

2005 Chateau Simard
$90

Bordeaux, France

2013 Andre Brunel
$95

Châteauneuf-du-Pape Rouge, Rhone, France

2012 Chateau Reserve De La Comtesse, Pauillac
$98

Bordeaux, France

2012 Margaux du Château Margaux
$149

Bordeaux, France

2012 Chateau Pichon Long Comte, Pauillac
$245

Bordeaux, France

Specialty Reds - Italy
2011 Stella
$42

Toscana, Italy

2009 Ruffino Riserva Ducale
$38

Chianti Classico, Italy

2007 Mazzei
$59

Ser Lapo, Italy

2011 Tenute Silvio Nardi, Brunello di Montalcino
$89

Tuscany, Italy

2011 Elvio Cogno, Barolo
$99

Piedmont, Italy

2012 Gaja Barolo Dagromis
$165

Piedmont, Italy

Vaio Armaron Serego Aligriveri
$76

Verona, Italy

2014 Tenuta Setti Ponti ‘Oreno’, Super Tuscan
$179

Tuscany, Italy

2013 Gaja, Costa Russi
$589

Barbaresco, Italy

Port
Taylor 1985
$190

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Warres 1994
$210

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Warres 1991
$210

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

2003 Dow
$245
Grahams 1994
$210

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Taylor Fladgate 1994
$210

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Grahams 1985
$195

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Fonseca 2015 (200 year anniversary)
$145

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Fonseca Bin No. 27
$110

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Fonseca 1963
$290

Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal

Baul 1920
$285
Abudarham 1940
$315
1900 Quinta Do Sibo
$1300
1927 Cockburn
$2680
1911 Croft
$1715
1935 Cockburn
$1823
1960 Graham
$450
1970 Dow
$330
1994 Dow
$220
Sweet Wine
2008 Sine Qua Non Eleven “Jinete Bajo” 375 ml. Sweet
$225
2005 Sine Qua Non Eleven “Atlantis” 375 ml. Sweet
$245

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(Updated 08/07/2020)