Wines

White

Clos Du Bois Chardonnay, North Coast, California ($9.00gl/$28.00btl)
Chardonnay is full-bodied and offers up layered aromas of red and green apple, pear, vanilla bean, blossoms and lemon meringue. The palate delivers balanced structure and palate-cleansing acidity alongside bright fruit flavors backed by intense notes of caramel, toffee, spice and toasty oak.

Kim Crawford Chardonnay, Marlbourough, New Zealand, ($12.00gl/$37.00btl)
A fruit forward nose showing rich pineapple, white stone fruit, and melon characteristics. A soft, full length palate of intense pineapple and tropical fruits.

Murphy-Goode, Alexander Valley Sauvignon Blanc North Coast, California ($8.00gl/$25.00btl)
Flavors and aromas of citrus and tropical fruits expressed over a bright, yet rich mouthfeel. The wine was predominately fermented in stainless steel to retain the fruit aromatics and a portion was barrel fermented to increase the texture of the wine.

Hogue Genesis Riesling, Columbia Valley, Washington ($9.00gl/$28.00btl)
Opens with aromas of lemon-lime, ripe orange and peach, with a touch of honey and vanilla. An off-dry wine, it has the trademark juicy apricot and bright tangerine on the palate, with a pleasing mineral note and a refreshingly crisp finish.

Nobilo Pinot Grigio East Coast, New Zealand ($9.00gl/$28.00btl)
Elegant and refreshing, the Nobilo Regional Collection Pinot Grigio has been crafted in an off dry style. Showing excellent weight and balance this wine has a creamy texture complemented by gentle acidity. Flavors of ripe apple, melon and pear linger on the palate in a smooth, generous finish.

Red

Rodney Strong, Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley, California ($12.00gl/$37.00btl)
Supple in texture, with rose petal and red fruit aromas, this lively, medium bodied wine is aged entirely in small French oak barrels, which adds a subtle, toasty vanilla character and a hint of spice.

Francis Coppola, Claret, Napa Valley California, ($14.00gl/$43.00btl)
Claret is a term originally coined by the British to describe Bordeaux-based wines. This Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, & Malbec blend is a deep, rich, firmly structured wine that offers lively aromas and succulent flavors of wild berries, plum, and anise.

Hess Syrah, Napa Valley, California ($10.00gl/$31.00btl)
Ripe fruit flavors of huckleberry, boysenberry and plum, are complemented on the palate by rich dark chocolate. Velvety tannins complement the fruit, creating a plush mouth feel. The fruit flavors repeat for a long, lingering finish.

Kaiken Malbec, Mendoza Argentina ($9.00gl/$28.00btl)
Notes of ripe fruit and traces of tobacco and butterscotch. In the mouth it displays intensity, with strong, fleshy tannins, while at the same time juicy and enveloping with a long, persistent finish. A harmonious liaison with the wood, makes of this wine a fine example of the Mendoza terroir.

Newton Red Label Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California ($13.00 gl/ $37.00 btl)
Richly flavored and beautifully balanced, this vibrant wine offers a pure expression of Cabernet Sauvignon. Layers of black plum, white chocolate, vanilla and anise aromas leap from the glass, accented by an appealing hint of violets. On the palate, smoky plum, blackberry and supple leather flavors are supported by smooth yet substantial tannins.

Penfold’s Thomas Hyland Cabernet Sauvignon, South Australia ($10.00 gl/ $31.00 btl)
Whilst the style is essentially fruit-driven, Thomas Hyland Cabernet Sauvignon shows the classic varietal elements of ripe blackcurrant and cedar aromas as well as fine-grained tannins.

Paso Creek Zinfandel, Paso Robles, California (10.00gl/ $31.00btl)
Paso Creek’s bold, juicy, full-bodied and densely flavored wines provide a glimpse into the heartland of America through the stubborn patience of the winemaking and vineyard teams, who wrest the true expression of Paso out of its uniquely challenging environment.

Haymen & Hill Dry Creek Zinfandel, Sonoma, California ($10.00gl/ $31.00btl)
This medium bodied wine has a vibrant, rich color. Crisp raspberry, warm Bing cherry and toffee, and dusty aromas reflect the famous red soils of the benchland and ridgetops of the Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County.

House

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi (California)
Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir,
Pinot Grigio, Merlot
$6.00glass

Champagne and Sparkling

J Roget Brut, New York ($6.00gl/$20.00btl)
This champagne is medium-dry with crisp fruit flavors. The aromas of apple and pear are balanced with a bouquet of toasty yeast notes and floral nuances.

Briot Classic, Domaine Chandon, California 187 ml ($17.00btl)
Rich and off-dry, this is pleasant, yet with straightforward citrus and ginger notes. It’s balanced with modest length

Moet & Chandon Impérial, (Fomerly White Star) Champagne, France ($120 btl)
Imperial is a balanced blend of three wine varieties, revealing a harmonious succession of sensations, a soft maturity, and elegant lines. Soft and mature aroma of white fruits, like peaches and pears, and hints of nuts.

Veuve Clicquot Brut Ponsardin, Champagne, France ($120 btl)
Lovely bouquet of fresh bread dough, chalk and vanilla. Ripe apple flavors laced with vanilla and pecan. Creamy finish with an enhancing note of autolysis.