Although our dinning room will remain closed until further notice, we are offering to-go wine tastings Friday 4 pm – 7 pm, Saturday, 12 pm – 7 pm, and Sunday upon availability.
Please see below for more information – Weekend Wine Tasting.
Wines by the Glass
NV JP Chenet, Sparkling (France)–10
Clean and crisp, bright floral notes with a mouth-pleasing creaminess
NV Fresita, Sparkling (Chile)-11
Sparkling wine infused with hand-picked strawberries, slightly sweet
’17 Paul Anheuser, Kabinett Riesling (GR)-10.5
Sweet floral, peach, medium petrol aroma, mix of peach, honey. Mango, medium weight interplays enticingly with finely bound acidity
’17 Marc Bredif, Vouvray (France)-10
Aromas of white flowers and yellow fruit. Citrus notes such as grapefruit. Ripe and refreshing.
’17 Kracher, Trocken Pinot Gris (Austria)-10.5
Apple fruit, honey melon and a hint of wild herbs. Fresh citrus flavors and pleasant minerality on the finish.
’19 The Crossings, Sauvignon Blanc (NZ)-9.5
Gooseberry and nectarine, with citrus notes. Pure fruit flavors, with a persistent, crisp mineral finish.
’15 Alpha Omega II, Chardonnay (Napa)-11.5
Sweet acidity, with touches of lemon candy, mango and pears and a finish of grapefruit and guava.
’18 Malene, Rosé (Central Coast)-10
Peach, white grapefruit, and peony. Bright and lively with juicy notes of strawberry and nectarine that lead to a crisp and refreshing finish
’17 Banshee, Pinot Noir (Sonoma Cost)–13.5
Aromas of macerated wild berries, elegant, soft earth undertone. both sweet & tart, red plums & wild blackberries, finish is bright and clean
’14 Chapter 24, The Fire, PN (Willamette Valley)–15.5
Crushed raspberries and red cherry, hints of lavender, underbrush, dusty earth and moss
’17 Amalaya, Malbec (Argentina)-10
Strawberries, raspberries and ripe fruit with touch of pepper and spices aromas. Round, soft tannins lead to a delicate, lingering finish.
’15 E. Guigal, Cotes du Rhone (France)-9.5
Black fruits marked by notes of spices. Full- bodied wine, full and racy.
’18 Daou, Cab Sauv (Paso Robles)-13.5
Full-bodied, baking spice and vanilla flavors richly structured and generous, with a sun-kissed core of fruit and a dry, fine-grained finish
’16 Andrew Will, Cab Sauv (Columbia Valley)-15.5
Impressive & delicious, aromas of black cherry, hickory smoke, vanilla cookie, brown sugar, caramel & cherry, polished tannins & bright acid
’18 Seghesio, Zinfandel (Sonoma County)-11.5
Offers good berry fruit, vibrant and zesty, with lively cherry and raspberry flavors, accented by smoky sage and peppery licorice notes
Reserve Wines by the Glass
’13 Michel Castellaoni, Amarone (Italy) – 23.50
’14 Justin, Isosceles Red (Paso Robles) – 28.50
’17 Caymus, Cab Sauvignon (Napa Valley) – 33.50
Weekend Wine Tasting
Available for take out Friday and Saturday 4 pm – 7 pm.
Take-out Tasting $30: These wines will be packaged in 4 oz pours in sanitized vials. These vials are reusable so please bring them for your next weekend wine tasting and receive $1/vial credit. Be on the lookout for a short video of owner & sommelier Sal tasting through the wines.
’17 Roland Lavantureux Petit Chablis
Bottle Price $27.50
The Lavantureux’s most humble cuvée, Petit Chablis, remains the domaine’s benchmark for value and typicity. With a delectable combination of fresh fruit and oyster-shell aromatics, a texture on the palate that is both suave and linear, and a finish as mouthwatering as one could hope for. Sappy, bright, and with a hint of grapefruit this petit remains one of the region’s grandest bargains. Petit Chablis are generally made without the use of oak barrels.
Chablis, Burgundy, France
90 Points Decanter
’18 Bold Wine Co. Chardonnay
Bottle Price $24.99
Fresh-sliced mango, sweet-and-sour peach, mandarin, and soft-ripened chesse. A rounder but still acid-driven wine, with just a bit of crème fraîche and salinity. This wine is fermented in stainless stell and then aged with a touch of oak. (90% Chardonnay, 10% Pinot Blanc)
Monterey County, California
’17 Billaud-Simon Chablis Tête d’Or
Bottle Price $37.99
The 2017 Chablis tête d’Or is fabulous. Silky, elegant, and beautifully perfumed, this wine is all class. White flowers, mint, and pear are some of the many notes that grace the 2017. What impresses the most is the wines persistance, it is simply impeccable. There is volume and richness to the succulent yet punchy medium-bodied flavours that flash outsanding intensity on the citrus notes.
Chablis, Burgundy, France
90 pts Wine Advocate
’13 Olivier Leflaive Charmois Saint Aubin Premier Cru
Bottle Price $58.99
Nose of peach, ripe apple, vanilla, enhanced by notes of dried fruits, it reveals great aromatic fullness and richness on the palate with discreet sharpness that gives a beautiful finish. This white rounds out with a little air, delivering peach and apple flavors.
Cote d’Or, Burgundy, France
90 pts Wine Spectator