We are open for wine tastings and food Wednesday – Saturday, 5 pm – 9pm, and Sunday 12pm – 6 pm

Weekend Wine Tasting 

Easter Wines
April 7th – April 8th

Central Coast Reds
April 14th – April 15th

We will gladly open any bottle from our retail store, $15 corkage per bottle, $30 outside corkage 

Wines by the Glass

6oz pours


NV JP Chenet, Sparkling (France)-10

Clean and crisp, bright floral notes with a mouth-pleasing creaminess

NV Honey Bubbles Sparkling Moscato (Italy)-13

Bubbling mousse, sweet citrus, tangerine, honey peaches, white flowers

’NV Palmer & Co. Brut Champagne (France)-18

Hints of peach yogurt and toasted brioche underscore the poached apple, candied ginger and lemon curd, fine and creamy, well knit


’21 Dr. Herman, H Reisling (Germany)-10

Spices and stone fruits, birght and fresh, fine acidity with some delicate honey notes, a long spicy finish with relatively mild acidity 

’21 Kloof Street, OV Chenin Blanc (South Africa)-10

Bright nose of crisp yellow fruit & fresh sweet citrus aromas, medium-bodied, an energetic mouthfeel followed by a balanced structure 

’19 Cote d’Est, White Wine (France)-10

Sleek pear, green apple, enticing white flowers, backed by a flash of quince on the finish, a bright verbana edge (50% Grenache, 30% Chard, 20% Rolle)

’21 Weingut Frank, Gruner Veltliner (Austria)-11

Lime, green apple, stony minerality, touches of pepper on the finish, full bodied & quite powerful, while maintaining its focus and precision 

’21 Emmolo, Sauvignon Blanc (Napa Valley)-10.50

Aromatic, intense & distinctive, mouthwatering lemongrasss, lemon, pomelo and white grapefruit flavors, lingers on the fresh finish

’18 Copain, Chardonnay (Sonoma Coast) – 13

Hints of hazlenut, white peach and pie crust, green apples, citrus, quinine, incredible length & tension, refreshing, bright, and delicious 

’20 Resonance, Chardonnay (Willamette Valley)-17

Plush, complex mix of lime, grapefruit and crisp apple fruit forward, with subtle notes of Bergamot orange & cardamom, light toasty finish 

’20 Munity, Rosé Cotes de Provence (France)-11

Medium bodied, tart cherry, strawberry & citrus, crips & bright length 


’15 Nielson, Pinot Noir (Sta. Maria)-12.50

Elegant red cherry aromas accentuated by light earthiness, red intermingle with smoky oak and vanilla notes and build to a long finish 

’16 Metzker, Pinot Noir (Sonoma Coast)-19.50

Big and rich, with layers of raspberry, cherry tart and nectarine notes, hints of cola and ample spice, underbrush details emerge on the finish

’17 Viña Eguía, Rioja (Spain)-11.50

Cherry  red color, granite rim, aromas of black fruits, above all blackberry spices with cinnamon and notes of cedar on the finish 

’18 Decero, Malbec (Ramolinos Vyrd. Argentina)-11.50

Dark cherry & plum flavors that are fleshy & filled with tannic power, minerally midpalate, finish is loaded with baker’s chocolate accents

’19 Dievole Chinati (Italy)-11.

Black cherry, lively acidity, dense tannins, tobacco & woodsy accents play supporting roles, ripe fruit prevails on the lingering aftertaste 

’20 Torbreck Woodcutter’s, Shiraz (Australia)-11

Deliciously aromatic & stylish, violet & subtle cream notes, the core gushes with huckleberry & wild blueberry flavors. Supple and smooth

’17 Penley, Phoenix Cab Sauv (Australia)-12

Medium/full-bodied, fresh & juicy, with cassis & cherries framed by light brushes of pencilly oak, silky, fine & mouthwatering, ling finish

’20 Thread Feathers, Cab Sauv (Howell Mt., Napa Valley)19.50

Begins with fresh aromas of eucalyptus and vibrant red and black fruits, finishes with a thread of softer tannins than you would expect 

’21 Bedrock, Old Vine Zin (Sonoma County)-13

Spicy, with lively black cherry and dried sage flavors, which take on richness and cracked pepper accents toward zestly tannins 

Reserve Wines by the Glass

’18 Justin, Isosceles Red (Paso Robles) – 35

Offering aroma plump, dark blueberry, tart Bing cherry, palate offers crushed herbs, blueberry fruit and a solid yet smooth tannic structure

(77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 12% Merlot and 11% Cabernet Franc)

’20 Caymus, Cab Sauvignon (Napa Valley) – 39

Ripe, lush style, creamed plum, cassis and blackberry preserve, gliding through, seamless structure and hefty dollops of mocha on the finish

’19 Double Diamond, Cab Sauv (Oakville, Napa Valley) – 50

The sleek palate is marked by mouth-watering notes such as blackberry compote, dark chocolate shavings, cassis, oolong tea, flint, and lavender.

Dessert Wine by the Glass

19 Jackson-Tiggs Vidal Ice Wine (Canada) – 15.50

Margerum Amaro (Sta Ynez Valley) – 9.50


Warre’s 20 year Tawny  (Portugal) – 9.50


Beer Selection


21st Amendment Watermelon Wheat – 9.50

Last Name, Pomona Queen Ale -9.50

Deschutes Fresh Squeezed IPA – 9.50

Modern Times, Orderville Hazy IPA- 9.50

Pizza Port, Swami’s IPA – 9.50


Sam Smith, Pear Cider (England) -8.50

Claremont Craft Ales, Pepper & Peaches IPA 16oz (Claremont) – 9.50

Claremont Craft Ales, Jacaranda, IPA 16oz ( Claremont)-9.50

Old Speckled Hen, Fine Ale 16oz (England) – 9.50

Chimay, Grand Reserve Blue, Ale (Belgium)-10.50

Deschutes, Black Butte Porter 12oz (Portland) – 10.50

Lambic Raspberry Framboise 12oz (Belgium)-10.50

Pliny the Elder IPA 16oz (Russian River) – 14.50


Tozai “Snow Maide” Junami Nigori 190ml – 9

Seiko “Tekehara” Junmai 300ml – 16

Tantaka “Hawk in the Heavens” Junmai 300ml – 15

Yuki No Bosha “Cabin in the Snow” Junmai Ginjo 720ml – 35

Joto 72 Hours Daiginjo 300ml – 20

Divine Droplets Junmai Daigingo 75ml – 78

Alternative Drinks

Mexican Coke or Sprite-4

Pellegrino Sparkling 500ml (Italy)-4

Pellegrino Sparkling 750ml (Italy)-6

Acquapanna Still 500ml (Italy)-4

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