Wine Menu

House Wines

Santa Ema Chardonnay, Merlot Cabernet Sauvignon, Chile
BellaSera Pinot Grigio, Sycamore Lane White Zinfandel

White Wine

Ecco Domani Pinot Grigio – Italy $7 | $24
Light with fruit character and refined elegance

Tariquet Classic, Blanc – France $6 | 20
Superbly intense with floral and citrusaromas and nice touches of tropical fruit

Bogle Chardonnay – California $7 | $24
Fresh tropical fruit with a touch of lemon cream

William Hill Chardonnay – Central Coast $8 | $28

Br Cohn Silver Label Chardonnay – North Coast $9 | $32

Martin Codax Albarino – Riax Biaxes, Spain $7 | $24
dry and crisp, full-bodied, with flavors of ripe apples, peach, apricot, and melon

Chateau St. Michele “Dry” Riesling – Washington $7 | $24
Dry, crisp and refreshing with fruit flavors and an elegant finis

Toasted Head Untamed white $8 | $28

Mirassou Riesling – Monterey $7 | $24

Matua Sauvignon Blanc – New Zealand $7 | $24
A distinctive and vibrant style exhibiting intense ripe citrus and passionfruit characters

Charles Krug Sauvignon Blanc – Napa $9 | $32

Red Wine

Louis M. Martini Cabernet Sauvignon – Sonoma $9 | $32
A round, sweet mouthfeel with just enough structure to lead it into a fruit-focused finish

J. Lohr “7 oaks” Cabernet Sauvignon – Paso Robles $10 | $38
Dry and rich in tannins, with good blackberry, cassis and black cherry flavor

J. Lohr “Hilltop” Cabernet Sauvignon – Paso Robles $48

Guarachi Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 – Napa $100
Opaque and purple in color with focused fruits such as cherry and blackberry yielding to long and supple tannins on the palate.

Stag’s Leap ‘Artemis’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 Napa $90
Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars is the winemaker who beat the French in the 1976 Paris Tasting. His ARTEMIS, opens with aromas and flavors of black fruit—blackberry, currant, and plum—that slowly give way to layers of  nutmeg, rosemary, grilled game, and warm pie crust that gain depth and richness through the finish.

Faust  2006 – Napa $85
77 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 19% Merlot, 3% Malbec, 1% Cabernet Franc,classic Napa Valley black and red fruit in the nose, with aromas of vanilla and cedar. Dense and rich on the palate with abundant, concentrated fruit and a rich.

Kaiken Malbec – Argentina $8 | $28
Plenty of red fruit, good depth with a fruit-filled finish

Luigi Bosca Malbec DOC (organic) – Mendoza $45

Montes Classic Merlot – Chile $7  | $25

Trinity Oaks Pinot Noir – California $6 | $20
Smooth and easy on the finish

MacMurray Ranch Pinot Noir – Sonoma $9 | $32
Ripe fruit is supported by mocha and vanilla overtones

Wild Horse Pinot Noir – Paso Robles $45

Charles Krug “Vintage Select” Pinot Noir, 2006 – Carneros $85

Argyle Nuthouse Pinot Noir 2006  – Willamette Valley, Oregon $90

100% Pinot Noir
This Pinot Noir whose aroma of black cherry reduction fruit, black licorice, Earl Grey spices and that luscious, fresh earth quality. The flavors are big, juicy black cherry and black plum pudding spices. The texture forms a rich, creamy center to this richly ripe Pinot Noir. The ripe plum and cherry fruit carry on and on.

Hogue Genesis Syrah – Washington State $29

Matchbook Syrah – Dunnigan Hills $8 | $28

Black Opal Shiraz – Australia $7 | $25
Medium-bodied with bright pear, peach and citrus fruit with hints of vanilla and spice

Toasted Head “Untamed Red” – California $8 | $28
A unique blend of Syrah, Zinfandel and Petite Sirah. Dark berry flavors
with medium tannins that carry into a long, spicy finish

Edmeades Zinfandel – California $9 | $32

BR Cohn Zinfandel – Sonoma Valley $45

Finca la Linda Tempranillo – Argentina  $7 | $25
Blackberry and ripe plum aromas. Intense, with great body and a complex velvety finish

Koyle Carmenere – Chile $9 | $32

Museum Tempranillo Crianza – Spain $38

Michael Mondavi “M” 2005 – Napa $280
“M”’s deep round richness, complex flavors, and amazing harmony between natural tannins and bright fruit set it apart from other “cult” California Cabernets. The resulting grapes have an intensity and complexity rivaling the finest of Bordeaux.

Rodney Strong Symmetry 2006 – Alexander Valley $95
79% cabernet, 10% malbec, 8% merlot, 2% cabernet franc, 1% petit verdot
Symmetry greets you with a generous bouquet of blackberries, ripe dark plums, sweet spices, and a hint of chocolate. On the palate layers of blackberry, cassis, smoky dark chocolate and brown spice fill your mouth. Rich, silky in texture, expansive, and quite long on the finish.

Ravenswood Barricia Zinfandel 2006 – Sonoma $65
77% Zinfandel, 23% Petite Sirah Joel Peterson, the “Godfather of Zin’s” Barricia Single Vineyard Designates, elicits ethereal qualities on the nose. It strikes lovers of claret-style wines with its Cabernet-like structure, and possesses a wow of spice. The blackberry and cassis characters will bring out the best flavors of grilled chicken and smoked barbeque.

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