We have a brand new wine selection we would like to introduce. First ,we will just list all the names and prices then below a full and detailed description of each one.
Whites Glass Bottle
- Blanco, Baron de Ley, Rioja, Spain 7 24
- Pinot Grigio, Archivist, Central Coast 8 28
- Sauvignon Blanc, Esser, Monterey, CA 8 28
- Sauvignon Blanc, Ranga Ranga, New Zealand 8 28
- Chardonnay, Silverstone, CA 6 22
- Chardonnay, McNab, Mendocino, CA 9 32
Sparkling, Rose’ & Off Dry Wines
- Sparkling, Segura Viudas Brut (187ml) 6
- Sparkling Wine, Veuve DeVienne Brut, France 22
- White Zinfandel, Havenscourt, CA 6 22
- Riesling, Willamette Valley Vineyards, OR 8 30
- Moscato, Stonewood, Lodi, CA 6 22
- Pinot Noir, Sola, CA 7 25
- Petite Sirah, Heavyweight, CA 8 30
- Malbec, Goulart, Mendoza, Argentina 9 32
- Merlot, Silverstone, CA 6 22
- Merlot, Esser, Monterey, CA 9 32
- Cabernet Sauvignon, Backhouse, CA 6 22
- Cabernet Sauvignon, Auspicion, CA 9 32
- Old Vine Zinfandel, Scotto Family, Lodi, CA 8 30
Cellar Selections Bottle only
Pinot Noir, Stemmler, Carneros, CA 40
Unoaked Chardonnay, Stoller, Dundee Hills, OR 40
Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau St. Jean, Sonoma, CA 40
Blanco, Baron De Ley, Rioja, Spain
The Distinctive Character of a Great White Rioja. Vines: Made from a blend of Viura and Malvasía grapes from vineyards situated at a high altitude where the influence of the Atlantic climate provides ideal conditions for making fresh white wines with elegant, crisp acidity.
Tasting notes: Pale yellow with greenish glints. The nose surprises you with an attractive explosion of exotic aromas, wild herbs and dill. On the palate, a perfect balance of acidity and alcohol, with a fresh, long finish.
Pinot Grigio, Archivist, Central Coast
Crafted with a varietal from the sun-warmed hills of Italy, this zippy, dry wine impresses with its white-yellow hue and white peach flavors. Pleasantly acidic, it pairs well with seafood, picattas and scampis. Made with Pinot Grigio grapes from California.
Sauvignon Blanc, Esser, Monterey, CA
Award-winning Esser Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, a blend from the cool Riverview and Viento Vineyards and a small percentage from the warmer San Lucas vineyards, expressing passion fruit, with bright aromas of citrus and melon. Esser Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc is fresh, crisp and lively on the palate. Flavors of lemon, lime and honeydew melon are paired with a subtle note of fresh cut grass, followed by a crisp finish with good length. Gold Medal & Best Buy, Wine Enthusiast Best Buy, Silver Medal Indy International Wine Competition and more. Food pairings, oysters, clams, mussels, grilled chicken, seafood and white pasta dishes.
Sauvignon Blanc, Ranga Ranga, New Zealand
Varietals: 100% Sauvignon Blanc
Appellation: Blind River, Marlbrough, NZ
Soil: Limestone base, gravel and some clay. Our Estate Grown wine is an “old school” Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, fresh and vibrant with balancing ripe fruit. The crisp acidity carries a solid core of fruit aromas and flavours – lemon grass, lime zest, the herbaceous tang of cut lawn plus a hint of Mediterranean dried herbs and a touch of Awatere minerality. And it still packs the fresh, zingy punch on the finish that makes it stand out from the crowd. Matches well to spicy food – Thai, Japanese, Indian, but works equally well with seafood, particularly oysters, as well as fat cheeses.
Chardonnay, Silverstone. CA
At SilverStone our Winemaker has chosen to use oak barrels just enough to enhance the flavors of his Chardonnay to without allowing the oak to dominate the varietal character. This requires careful attention to fermentation and to aging. Each wine is tasted repeatedly to determine how much of the oak has influenced the flavor. SilverStone varietal wines respect the special character in varietal wines which is derived from being held in oak barrels. “It’s the Oak” is a promise to strike the right balance between varietal intensity – the true flavor of the grape when harvested – and the vanilla/spice flavors which derive from contact with oak. Wine in barrels is constantly changing as it matures, and the winemaker must observe each barrel individually, because each barrel is subtly different from it’s neighbors in the cellars. (Just as no two trees are exactly alike, no two barrels made from oak staves are the same; each will mature the wine it contains differently from another barrel.) As always the objective of oak aging at SilverStone is to enhance varietal flavor and not to mask it; we seek to add complexity, but not to taste of oak.
Chardonnay, McNab, CA
2014 Chardonnay exhibits apple and lemon aromas with hints of toasty oak. Lively acidity and crisp notes of pear, hazelnuts and vanilla. A flavorful pairing for grilled salmon topped with beurre blanc, mushroom risotto or sauteed shrimp with citrus glaze.
Sparkling, Segura Viudas Brut, Spain
Fruit, freshness and complexity are the three defining characteristics of Segura Viudas Brut. These qualities stem from the meticulous care with which we handle our grapes. They are picked by hand and brought to the winery in small 25kg-capacity boxes to ensure they arrive in optimal conditions before being pressed and fermented to create our base wines. These base wines are then blended and bottled for secondary fermentation and aging in our underground caves, adding bubbles and layers for the senses. Winemaker’s note, the prime feature of our Brut is its elegant and persistent mousse. This fine sparkling wine delivers aromas of white fruit and citrus, along with tropical and light floral notes. The exquisite, complex palate includes notes of lime and pineapple, with balanced acidity. It is refreshing and smooth on the finish. Pairings, scallop linguine dressed in olive oil, Brie, smoked sockeye salmon, falafel.
Sparkling Wine, Veuve DeVienne Brut, France
Winegrowing in France is most often a family operation in vineyards and winery, frequently continuing for several generations. Veuve Devienne (“the Widow Devienne”) gave her family name to a traditional sparkling wine – a classic Brut cuvee – after many years of growing white grapes for the production of premium table wines. Although much of the family history has been lost over time, the sparkling wine has remained true to its origins: a rigorous selection of grapes; slow secondary fermentation (while those delightful bubbles are created); and bottling in a traditional style. Tasting notes: Eye: light yellow, pale gold with very fine bubbles. Nose: fresh on the nose, with floral notes. Palate: rich and full on the palate – an extended finish of fruity notes, showing a clean minerality and citrus.
White Zinfandel, Havenscourt, CA
Riesling, Willamette Valley Vineyards, OR
This semi-sweet wine opens with prominent aromas of citrus, peach and honeysuckle. The mouth-feel is juicy with bright acidity that activates the palate and displays flavors of pineapple and pear. The finish is wonderfully persistent with balance of sweetness and refreshing crispness. Peak drink-ability 2015-2017.
Moscato, Stonewood, Lodi, CA
Pinot Noir, Sola, CA
Complex and balanced with classic pinot noir characteristics. This wine has a plush core of black cherry, cola and fleshy strawberry. Hints of earth and toasty oak round out the finish.
Petite Sirah, Heavyweight, CA
Malbec, Goulart, Mendoza, Argentina
Merlot, Silverstone, CA
A merlot with soft tannins, ripe fruit and silky finnish. Plummy flavor and delicate cherry predominate throughout.
Merlot, Esser, Monterey, CA
Award-winning Esser Vineyards Merlot is a blend of different lots from the San Lucas vineyard showcasing intense aromas of dark fruit, dried herbs and oak spice. Esser Vineyards Merlot has a rich and polished mouth-feel with luscious flavors of cherries and spice, vanilla and dark plum, and is integrated with plush tannins and a long, sweet finish. Food pairings, barbecued ribs, lamb, beef roast and red pasta dishes.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Backhouse, CA
Backhouse Cabernet Sauvignon is deep red in color with flavors of black currant on the palate. Rich and robust, this wine can be enjoyed with a variety of foods such as hearty pasta dishes and roast meats.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Auspicion, CA
Juicy black fruit balanced by silky tannins and a lingering finish accented but touches of chocolate, toffee and vanilla. The wine is full-bodied and complex.
Old Vine Zinfandel, Scotto Family, Lodi, CA
Pinot Noir, Stemmler, Carneros, CA
An intense nose of ripe berry, cherry, and dill leaps from the surface of this deep ruby, almost purple-colored wine.
The palate is loaded with rich, ripe ripe fruit—blackberry, cherry, and plum—with intriguing notes of citrus and pencil shaving adding layers and intrigue. The finish is rich and strikingly persistent.
Unoaked Chardonnay, Stoller, Dundee Hills, OR
Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau St. Jean, Sonoma, CA
The Chateau St. Jean Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon has bright, vivid aromas of blackberry and boysenberry fruit along with brown spice notes clove and nutmeg. The nose leads to a generous, well-structured wine with a ripe fruit core and warm vanilla crème. The rich and flavorful palate has smooth tannins and a lingering finish.