Wine Menu


DOC, Revino, Italy
Delicate bubbles that offer gentle aromas of white peaches & flowers

Cava Brut Nature
DO, NV, Castell de Sant Pau, Spain
Zesty notes of lemon peel, almond, & pie crust

Sparkling Orange Moscato
DOCG, Conte Emo Capodilista, Italy
Effervescent sweet wine with intense notes of orange blossom & muscat grape


Pinot Grigio
Scarpetta, Friuli-Venezia Giulia DOC, Italy
Pale lemon hue in the glass with delicate stone & citrus fruit flavors

Sauvignon Blanc
J. de Villebois, Vin de France
Vibrant flavors of green apple, grass, lime, & melon

Sauvignon Blanc
Taonga, Marlborough, New Zealand
Opulent aromas of ruby red grapefruit, passion fruit, & melon

Bodega Felix Lorenzo Cachazo, Rueda DO, Spain
Crisp citrus & tropical fruit notes with a bright finish

Veiga da Princesa, Rias Baixas DO, Spain
Redolent of ripe orchard fruits, citrus notes, & a kiss of sea salt

Bulletin Place, South Eastern Australia
Ripe & round fruit sensations of melon, stone fruit, & a hint of pineapple

Verdicchio, Marotti Campi ‘Luzano’
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico DOC, Italy
Fresh apple & chamomile notes mingle with a delicate white almond finish

Chenin Blanc blend
Essay, Coastal Region, South Africa
Luscious & luxurious texture bursting with tropical fruits & nectar-rich flowers

Campet Saint-Marie, Pays d’Oc IGP, France
Warm baked apple & pear, toasty oak, buttery richness


Cinsault blend
Famille Perrin – Le Grand Prébois, Côtes du Rhône AOC, France
Pale pink with aromas of lilies & flavors of delicate, tart red berries

Pinot Noir/Monastrell blend
Miguel Torres, Central Valley, Chile
Florals of rose on the nose with juicy, vibrant raspberry & red fruits on the palate (vegan & organic)


Pinot Noir
Campet Saint-Marie, Pays d’Oc IGP, France
Soft & juicy texture full of black cherries, dark raspberries, & a gentle smokiness

Grenache blend
Famille Perrin, Côtes du Rhône AOC, France
Peppery nose supported by flavors of ripe red fruits & dried Provençal herbs (organic)

Barbera d’Asti, La Gironda ‘La Lippa’
Barbera d’Asti DOCG, Italy
Gorgeous purple flowers & black plums on the nose give way to juicy dark fruits on the palate

Tempranillo (Crianza)
Bodega Marqués Del Silvo, Rioja DOCa, Spain
Blackberries, tobacco, nutmeg, vanilla, & dark chocolate on the finish

Touriga Franca/Tinta Barroca blend
Symington Family, Douro DOC, Portugal
Full & rich flavors of ripe black & purple fruits with a spicy finish

Syrah blend
Essay, Coastal Region, South Africa
Lush black plums and berries, leather, and black pepper

Vestigo Tritano, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC, Italy
Notes of black olive, prune, & tobacco with a touch of cocoa powder on the finish

Merlot blend
Château la Bourrée, Saint-Emilion AOP, Bordeaux, France
Aromas of wild violets & raspberries complemented by plum & leather

Tinto Negro, Mendoza, Argentina
Inky purple color bursting with ripe black fruits, clove, cedar, & violets

Rosa del Golfo Scaliere, Salento IGT, Italy
Earthy red & black berries, rich plum, & spices

Cabernet Franc (“Reserva”)
Lamadrid, Mendoza, Argentina
Often overlooked in favor of the “other” Cabernet, don’t sleep on this stunner. Grown in the foothills of the Andes, this Cabernet Franc doles out signature aromas of violet, clove, and graphite, and the palate bursts with juicy black fruits – think ripe plums and plump blackberries. A warm note of baking spices rounds it all out in this balanced beauty.

Cabernet Sauvignon
Villa Brici, Goriška Brda, Slovenia
Blackcurrant, wet cedar, & green herbs mingle to create a lush Cabernet

Cabernet Sauvignon
Powers Winery, Columbia Valley, Washington
Classic Cabernet: intense black fruits, plush mouthfeel, lingering baking spices & vanilla

Cabernet Sauvignon
Oak Farm, Lodi, California
Blackberry & roasted bell pepper framed by toasty vanilla aromas from time in barrels


Riesling (semi-dry)
Osmote, Finger Lakes, New York
Crystal-clear flavors & aromas of pear, clementine, & herbs like tarragon & fennel seed

Port (tawny)
NV, Porto Dacosta, Porto DOC, Portugal (2oz)
Copper color, notes of sweet, dried fruits, caramel, & nuts


Noughty Non-Alcoholic Sparkling Rosé
Southern Spain
Semi-dry sparking rosé with a scent of freshly picked berries

Noughty Non-Alcoholic Rouge
Darling, South Africa
Hints of ripe red fruit, crushed black pepper, dried rose petal and candied cherries integrated with French oak tannins

Noughty Non-Alcoholic Blanc
Western Cape, South Africa
Notes of yellow apple, lime and chamomile with aromas of honeysuckle, citrus fruit and jasmine

Sommelier Selections (Bottle Only)


Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve
2018, Champagne AOC, France
Everything you love & expect from good champagne: fine bubbles, baked orchard fruits, toast, & a delightfully long finish that lingers long after the last sip.

Louis Roederer Cristal
2009, Champagne AOC, France
A blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, this wine offers aromas reminiscent of baked peach & apple tarts, warm bread, white spring flowers, & an undeniable chalkiness that recalls Champagne’s limestone soils.

Taittinger Prestige Rosé Cuvée
NV, Champagne AOC, France
Around 15% of the blend is from still Pinot Noir grown in the area, which gives this wine its eye-popping pink color. It’s all red fruits (think raspberries and red currants) underpinned by a lovely richness and velvety bubbles to please the palate.


2020, Domaine Laroche, Chablis AOC, France
No, this isn’t the “Chablis” from California you’ve seen in jugs; this is the real deal Chardonnay from the northernmost and coolest area of Burgundy. It’s flinty, bright, and still full of caramelized citrus to enjoy.

2020, Louis Jadot, Meursault AOC, France
Textbook white Burgundy from a négociant (merchant) that’s long been known for quality and value. This wine doles out apple and peach compote notes enveloped in a hazelnutty richness that’s sure to please lovers of Chardonnay.

Chenin Blanc (“The FMC”)
2016, Ken Forrester, Stellenbosch, South Africa
Perhaps the very best example of Chenin Blanc on the planet, Ken blends this wine from old vine Chenin harvested at different stages of ripeness to achieve maximum complexity and deliciousness. Think orange blossoms, honey, ripe nectarine and pineapple, and warm spices from some time in oak barrels. This is a true signature wine unlike any other in the world.


Pinot Noir
2019, Works & Days, Sonoma, California
Plush, fruit-forward example of Pinot Noir with heaps of black cherries, pomegranate, and forest berries framed by oak-imparted vanilla. If you’re a fan of Sonoma Pinot, this hits all the right notes.

Pinot Noir
2019, Cristom Marjorie Vineyard, Willamette Valley, Oregon
Originally from the Pittsburgh area, the owners of Cristom named the estate after their children and specialize in some of the best Pinots in the nation, if not the world. The Marjorie vineyard, named after a family matriarch, boasts the estate’s oldest plantings, and the wine is a knockout with pure red and black berry fruit, dark cherries, wild herbs, and a whiff of Earl Grey tea and heady incense. The texture on the palate is velvety and smooth with soft tannins and mouthwatering acidity. A true treat for the senses.

2019, Gaja Barbaresco, Piedmonte, Italy
The fragrance coming from this wine is heavenly with dried violets and roses, ripe and tart berries, star anise, and leather. A gorgeous garnet in the glass, this wine is powerful, savory, and elegant.

Chianti Classico
2020, I Fabbri, Lamole DOCG, Italy
An aromatic take on Sangiovese that delivers dark strawberry and raspberry notes on the nose and palate, but there’s more: think dried herbs like thyme, hints of savory olive, and a grainy leather on the finish. Rustic in all the right ways.

2020, M. Chapoutier La Bernardine, Rhône, France
Warm red fruits on the nose give way to pepper and black olive. As you swirl the wine in your glass, even more pops out, with dried lavender, rosemary, and a smoky sensation that’s almost meaty in character.

2019, Collina San Ponzio, Barolo DOCG, Italy
The signature, heady aromas of Barolo stand out immediately in the glass, namely dried rose petals and baking spices like star anise, nutmeg, and cardamom. The palate offers some of that and more, adding tart cherry, violet, and something recalling tar and clay to give the wine a lovely bass note.

2018, Lambardi, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Italy
Dark, sour cherries with a whiff of sandalwood, cigar boxes, and – what is that? Tobacco? Complex, muscular, and practically begging you to order it with your favorite cured meats and cheeses for maximum enjoyment.

Cabernet Sauvignon
2014, Austin Hope, Paso Robles, California
This wine is sometimes described as being “lavish,” and that makes total sense. It’s full-bodied and bursting with black and purple fruit flavors and aromas, the tannins are mouth-filling and luxurious, and there’s something that recalls brown butter on the finish. Lavish, indeed.

Cabernet Sauvignon
2017, Inglenook, Napa Valley, California
The warmth of the valley floor shines through in this big, bold wine full of blackberry preserves and plums. There’s an earthiness that reminds of truffles and cocoa powder, and you can detect a beautiful wet cedar aroma that floats on top of the richness underneath.

Cabernet Sauvignon
2019, Au Sommet, California
Savory herbs, dark chocolate, and mint combine in this wine grown at higher elevations overlooking the hotter Napa Valley floor. It’s different than your typical Napa Cabernet – a bit more restrained and savory than its cousins in warmer lower elevations, but certainly not lacking in depth and concentration.

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