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Wine List

Champagne and other Sparkling Wines

  • Moscato, Michele Chiarlo

    sweet, sparkling wine.  Perfect for dessert.

  • Taittinger, Brut La Francaise

    Chard/Pinot Noir/Pinot Meunier Champagne Lively, crisp, harmonious, fine bubbles, foam is discreet and lingering, aromas of fruit and brioche, flavors of fresh fruit and honey.

  • Louis Roederer, Brut Premier

    40% Chard/40% Pinot Noir/20%Pinot Meunier Champagne Full complex wine with structure, richness and length, nice toasted notes, integrates characteristics of maturity, fresh festive finesse.

  • Nicholas Feuillatte, Brut Reserve NV

    Delicate on the palate, characterised by finesse and elegance. Impressive aromatic breadth, creamy texture, a fruit extravaganza.

  • Ferrari, Brut

    100% Chardonnay from Trentino Alto-Adige Champagne method. It is the leading Italian sparkling wine made in the French style. Dry, fresh sparkling, smooth finish.

  • Prosecco, Prima Perla

    clean, crisp, creamy with accents of pear, peach and melon.

  • Caposaldo, Moscato

    sweet, lightly sparkling, refreshing.

White Wines

  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape Blanc, Chateau la Nerthe

    full, aroma of white peach, grapefruit and a touch of blackcurrant, crisp, smooth, shows a freshness, roundness and fruitiness with a good length and hints of citrus and violet, long elegant finish. An amazing White wine.

  • “Ca’ Brione, Nino Negri

    slightly dried Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay, Incrotio, &Nebbiolo 8 months in french barrique aromas of exotic fruit, spices and a note of musk, full, balanced, elegant on the palate, finishing notes of fruit and vanilla.

  • Cuvée Blanc, Semillon, Palazzo

    boutique wine, rich, broad texture, zesty acidity, white peach, nectarine & apricot flavors, notes of Meyer lemon and walnut skin add complexity, lush, weighty finish.

  • Chardonnay, Cakebread

    Lush, concentrated and creamy; ripe apple, melon, bright citrus & baking spice flavors culminate in a long structured finish; crisp acidity, zesty mineral & spice

  • Chardonnay, La Crema

    great complexity and concentration, naturally juicy acidity, fresh aromas of apple and stone fruit leading to a palate filled with ripe pear and honeydew melon.

  • Chardonnay, Antinori, “Bramito”

    aromas of pineapple, notes of vanilla. Savory and mineral in flavor, soft and balanced with lightly oaky notes blending into the structure of the wine.

  • Chardonnay, Wente,

    subtle oak, cinnamon and vanilla from barrel aging, a mouth-filling body and balanced acidity, medium-long refreshing finish.

  • Chardonnay, Natura

    organic, medium, pineapple and melon flavors, notes of nuts.

  • Greco di Tufo, Benito Ferrara

    full bodied, round, dry, complex, good minerals, with almond notes, citric finish. Seafood, white meat & cheese.

  • Pinot Grigio, Pravis, Vignetti Dolomiti

    from Trentino Alto-Adige floral bouquet, fresh and bright, good acidity.

  • Arneis, Marchesi di Barolo, “Roero”

    Fruity aroma with clean scents of green hazelnuts and wild chamomile, fresh, sapid flavor. Appetizers, fish, seafood.

  • Gavi, Marchesi di Barolo

    notes of golden apples and green almonds. The scent of chamomile flowers is strong at the taste, completely in harmony.

  • Sancerre, Pascal Jolivet

    Loire valley, a dry and elegant wine, fresh and tightly wound; acidity is tempered by subtle residual sugar; very clean, alive, youthful.

  • Sauvignon Blanc, St. Supery

    Grapefruit and green lime couple with zippy citrus flavors on the palate. This is an opulent and vibrant wine.

  • Fiano, Cantine Polveranera

    Intense aromatic scents of bergamot, banana, peach, camomile and mayflower with a musky finish. Mouth delicately aromatic and with good texture.

  • Vouvray, Chenin Blanc, Guy Saget

    lightly sweet, enticing flavors of honey, melon and peach along with a hint of almond, smooth and elegant. Creamy seafood, white meat.

  • Poema, Cava

    aromas of ripe peaches, pears and toast with a hint of spice, dry, creamy texture.

Red Wines

  • Malbec, Crios de Susana Balbo

    Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2014

  • Pinot Noir, Primaterra 2011

    good acidity, underlying rich brown sugar spice.

  • Pinot Noir, Lincourt 2012

    notes of black cherry and worn leather explode on the nose accompanied by an underlying rich brown sugar spice.

  • Pinot Noir, Dom. Serene “Evenstad Reserve” 2010

    consistently excellent, harmonious balance of structure, richness and acidity with soft tannins and a clean, lingering finish. Wonderfully complex, with aromas of red fruits, caramel, baking spice, vanilla, dried flowers, and potpourri.

  • Montepulciano, Valle Reale

    soft tannins, fruit forward, licorice notes.

  • Montepulciano Riserva, Valle Reale “San Calisto”2009

    excellent structure, silky, rich mouthfeel, long, persistent finish. 3 bicchieri + Filet, lamb, sharp cheese.

  • Barbera D`Alba, Marchesi di Barolo “Ruvei”2011

    medium body, warm, robust, balanced, good acidity, dry. Good with cheeses, meat and red sauces.

  • Barbera d’Alba, Marchesi di Barolo, “Ravera"

    single vineyard, fresh, live, clean scents of black currants, berries, toasted hazelnut and vanilla, lively, full- bodied, pleasant, harmonious.

  • Lacrima di Moro d’Alba, Velenosi 2012

    unique wine, full, soft, well balanced, lightly tannic, persistent flavor, hints of almond, intense bouquet of berries. Pair: dried or smoked meats.

  • Negroamaro, Duca Carlo Guarani, “Tenuta Piutri" 2011

    nose of roasted fruit, earth, black cherry and lavender. Ripe and juicy with primary fruit and balsamic earth and lots of spice. Long and pure on the finish. Easy to drink.

  • Barbaresco, Gaja 2005

    the reknown flagship Gaja wine and crème de la crème of Barbaresco, full bodied and mouth coating, dense structure, infinite finesse, complex finish rich in firm, silky tannins, aromas of forest fruit, coffee & licorice, well balanced and opulent.

  • Nebbiolo, Brezza, Langhe

    2012 aromas of peach and wood fruits, a soft, lighter body makes it versatile with food.

  • Barolo, Marchesi di Barolo 2008

    full, elegant, oak notes, balance of spice and wood, intense aroma of roses, vanilla, roasted hazelnut, licorice & spice.

  • Barolo, Luigi Einaudi 2004

    full bodied but smooth tannic taste, with a long spicy finish. Steak, game, ossobuco, truffles, porcini.

  • Shiraz, Chateau Tenunda, Barossa 2011

    Australian but French style, full, plenty of juicy fruit with medium level tannins and crisp acid, bit of cedar and vanilla in finish.

  • Primativo, Duca Guarini “Vigne Vecchie” 2011

    medium, vigorous aroma, fruity flavor, fine tannins, velvety. Roast meat, game, salami, seasoned cheese.

  • Zinfandel blend, The Prisoner, Orin Swift 2012

    “cult/boutique wine” aromas of Bing cherry, espresso, roasted fig and vanillin oak, lively acidity, ripe raspberry, pomegranate, and wild berry linger harmoniously for a smooth and luscious finish.

  • Valpolicella Ripasso, Nicolis, “Seccal” 2011

    Intense, classic bouquet suggesting ripe fruit, spices and tobacco. Full-bodied, generous, and long lasting, pleasantly dry and sapid mouth.

  • Corvina, Testal 2007

    complex and full, with soft tannins and an intense, long-lasting aromatic persistence. Red meat, duck, fruit sauces.

  • Amarone “Ambrosan”, Nicolis 2007

    decadent, dry, complex bouquet of ripe & dried fruit, floral & sweet spices, silky palate of jam and leather.

  • Amarone, Bertani 2004

    full, classic cherry flavors, dry red berry fruit, licorice, spice, vanilla, soft, long lasting structure, timeless classic.

  • Carmenere Piú, Inama 2010

    60% Carmenère, Merlot, Raboso Veronese. Lovely smooth texture, some spice and black pepper notes, sweet fruit, rounded, easy to drink: a lighter style.

  • Carignano, Santadi “Rocca Rubia” Riserva 2009

    full bodied, deep red complex, sun-dried tomato and a touch of earth.

  • Carignano, Isola dei Nuraghi, Barrua 2009

    full bodied, hints of plum, dried herbs and spices, velvety texture, firm tannins. Rated 3 bicchieri!

  • Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Château la Nerthe 2010

    Grenache Noir 48%, Syrah 29%, Mourvedre 22%, Cinsault 1% perfectly balanced, fleshy, round, structured, but still dominated by finesse and precision; long finish with hints of sweetness, fruit paste, & sweet spices.

  • Nebbiolo, Sfursat, Nino Negri 2007

    full, dry, dried red fruit, smoke, dried currant nose; tasty, smoky, dried currant. Uses Barolo varietal and the Amarone aging technique, 3 month drying, vinification on skins, long maceration.

  • “5 Stelle” Sfursat, Nino Negri 2007

    flagship wine from the finest selections of Chiavennasca, dry, warm, full-body, prominent acidity yet harmonious, elegant finish, hazelnut and licorice traces. Uses amarone aging techniques only in best yrs. 2007 Gambero Rosso Oenologist of the Year!

  • Nero d’Avola, Zisola 2010

    medium, aromas of wild berries, spice. Intense flavors of blackberry, dark cherry, notes of violet, spices. Meat dishes, roasts.

  • Aglianico, Feudi di San Gregorio, “Rubrato”

    Soft, dense and well balanced. The finish is long and pleasant, with flavors of red berries against a smooth background of toast and spice.

  • Nero d’Avola/Frappato, Cerasuolo, Planeta 2011

    fruity, long, fresh, concentrated, notes of light cherry, red velvet tannins. Versatile: chicken, fish, meat.

  • Meritage, Antica & Cht. Ste. Michelle “Col Solare” 2006

    full body, rich tannins, berries, black fruit and dark chocolate, cocoa spice, lingering, silky finish. Delicious!

  • Merlot, Northstar 2009

    elegant with bold aromas, medium-bodied, dense and muscular with a bold, rich, smoky coffee-mocha finish. Great value!

  • Freisa, Brezza Langhe “Santa Rosalia”

    dry, well structured, forthright tannins, young and fresh. Pair with fat rich meats.

  • Barbaresco, Pio Cesare 2008

    full, lush, subtle sophistication and complexity, notes of ripe fruit, good mineral lift, finishes quite dry and firm, with good grip and gentle, ripe tannins that arrive late and build. Feminine, less tannic than it’s counterpart, Barolo.

  • Chianti Colli Senesi, Vitanza, “Le Paturnie”

    2012 great structure, typical, elegant, perfect blend of fruit and spicy notes originating in oak.

  • Sangiovese, Le Filigare “Germoglio”

    fresh bouquet with notes of strawberry and raspberry, dry, good body with smooth tannins

  • Chianti, Olivi 2011

    full, round and structured on the palate, deep black flavors and sweet tannins. Pair with meat sauces or beef.

  • Chianti Classico Riserva, Félsina 2008

    medium, smooth, notes of leather and earth, rustic, complex, robust.

  • Chianti Classico Riserva, Félsina, “Rancia” DOC 2008

    rich, intense, spicy nose, hints of wild berry, mineral impressions, toasted notes, firm but supple tannins, vigorous & taut finish.

  • Sangiovese/Merlot/Syrah, Antinori, “Le Maestrelle”

    full, intense aroma of red fruit and vanilla leads to a fresh, smooth palate with hints of cocoa and a long elegant finish.

  • Sangiovese/Cabernet/Cab Franc, Antinori “Tignanello” 2011

    Super Tuscan, full, weighty, dense, vibrant, complex structure, long, lingering hints of chocolate, coffee, marmalade, sophisticated.

  • Cabernet/Merlot/Cab Franc/Petit Verdot, Guado al Tasso, Antinori 2009

    velvety, soft tannins and finesse, finish and aftertaste are well supported by savory mineral note, length and persistence. An amazing “Super Tuscan” with cabernet as its highest percentage.

  • Sangiovese/Merlot, Castello di Fonterutoli “Siepi”

    Monumentally built, dark chocolate flavors, strong, notes of cooked red fruit, wood, musk and never ending finish.

  • Rosso di Casanova di Neri

    12 notes of maraschino cherry, violets and red fruits. Great finess with tannin that is still young but of excellent quality. Long lasting, elegant and persistent.

  • Brunello di Montalcino, Silvio Nardi 2008

    full-bodied wine with intense aromas and red berries flavors offset by notes of leather and incense, supported by firm, elegant tannins.

  • Brunello di Montalcino, Brizio 2007

    bright berry tones of cassis and cherry backed by ethereal notes of root beer and eucalyptus, clean, tonic, crisp and structured.

  • Brunello di Montalcino, Banfi 2008

    full, soft, velvety and austere, with hints of licorice, spices, dark wild berry fruit is accented by sweet pipe tobacco, floral perfume & earth notes.

  • Merlot/Cabernet, “Uriah”, Spring Valley, Walla Walla, WA 2008

    rich, generous, elegant, sweet tannins linger on a long and complex finish. Balanced acidity.

  • Sangiovese/Cabernet, Cabreo “Il Borgo” 2009

    Shows aristocratic aromas and flavors of black fruits and earth, a polished, velvety character on the palate and firm tannins.

  • Cabernet, Wente 2011

    Livermore Valley aromas and flavors of black cherry, chocolate, and green olive. Balanced acidity and a full-bodied mouthfeel, delivers bold, long-lasting finish.

  • Cabernet, Hall 2011

    Napa, organic, full, round and soft on the palate, opulent flavors of dark bing cherry, jam, and caramel lead to a velvety finish. Steak, chops, lamb.

  • Cabernet, Darioush “Caravan” 2011

    Napa/Mt. Veeder subtle toasty oak note intermixed with espresso roast, chocolate, black currants, and black cherries. It possesses soft, velvety tannins, medium to full body, and beautiful purity, texture, and length.

  • Cabernet, Duckhorn, Napa 2010

    aromas of blackberry, cassis, cinnamon cake, anise, cardamom, tobacco leaf and mocha. Soft and smooth with blueberry and bittersweet chocolate flavors, notes of red currant, cedar and sweet spice, firm tannins, youthful on the long finish.

  • Cabernet, Kathryn Hall 2009

    organic winery, Ultrarich and multiflavored, with a range of deep, baked berry notes. Intense and focused, balanced and persistent, this ends with touches of red and black licorice and subtle, grainy earth accents and tannins.

  • Kathryn Hall 2006

    from the Sacrashe Vineyard- it captures the deep, dusty essence of this legendary Rutherford hilltop site. A stunning nose of effusive, high-toned exotic fruits, truffle, blackberry jam and crushed stone minerality. On the palate, an empyreal richness and densely sweet texture seems to go on forever. Last bottles on the East coast…

  • Cabernet, Silver Oak, Napa 2008

    extraordinarily rich, a satin texture, an exuberant expression of fruit mid-palate that comes from picking grapes at the peak of their ripeness.

  • Cabernet Franc, Palazzo 2010

    Cab Franc is one of the great food wines, offering tremendous food pairing versatility. Plush, rich texture, crushed red & black cherry fruit with plum & raspberry overtones, touch of wild spice, earth and minerality, elegant finish with notes of cocoa, velvety, dusty tannins. Originally produced for the French Laundry, Per Se & Bouchon restaurants.

  • Cabernet Reserve, Robert Mondavi 2005

    Napa aged in new French oak. Powerful, chewy tannins balanced by dense flavors of blackberry, black cherry, boysenberry and crème de cassis. Vibrant with fresh acidity.  1.5L

  • Cabernet, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot, Carmenere Quintessa 2006

    Opens with beautiful complexity. In the glass, it amplifies with time and builds to a structured, solid mid-palate with dense black fruit, long finish with exquisitely supple tannins. 1.5L

  • Sangiovese/Merlot/Syrah, Antinori, “Le Maestrelle”

    full, intense aroma of red fruit and vanilla leads to a fresh, smooth palate with hints of cocoa and a long elegant finish.

  • Aglianico, "Rubrato" Feudi di San Gregorio

    Soft, dense and well balanced. The finish is long and pleasant, with flavors of red berries against a smooth background of toast and spice

  • Chianti, Opici

    Light-bodied and dry with clean fruit flavors, rounded tannins.

  • Ferrari, “Perle”

    100% Chardonnay using the metodo classico, full, dry, clean, elegant with a lasting smoothness, with notes of ripe apples, a pleasant yeastiness and sweet almonds. 3 Bicchieri

  • Super Tuscan, sangiovese/cab “Il Borgo”, Cabreo

    aristocratic aromas and flavors of black fruits and earth, a polished, velvety character on the palate and firm tannins.

  • Sangiovese/Montepulciano, Rosso Piceno, Velenosi 2012

    full, warm, lingering, soft, charismatic. Pasta, truffle, mushroom, game, mature cheese.

  • Catarratto, Castellucci Miano

    juicy, low-acid dry whites that tend to show apricots, peaches, citrus and grapefruit and recall Viognier with its spicy, bees wax aromas.

  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Michael Mondavi “Oberon” 2011

    Napa full body, medium dry, deep, rich black and red berry flavors, nuances of toasted vanilla and toffee, firm tannins.

  • Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot/Sangiovese/Syrah, “Cum Laude”, Banfi 2010

    powerful body, wide and soft tannin texture thanks to the good ripening in the vineyard and winery.