Wine

Our hand-selected wines are chosen from the very best regional varietals produced by winemakers with exceptional reputations. From the well-known producers to hardworking small winemakers, we strive to provide a creative and distinct offering of wines that can be enjoyed by the connoisseur and newcomer alike.

We welcome you to our house and thank you for your patronage and your continued support. Each varietal on the following pages has a brief description of the expected flavors and aromatic profiles. If you would like to know more about any of our selections, please do not hesitate to ask. If there is anything we love more than great wine, it’s sharing and talking about great wine with our friends.

Cheers!

Josh Goldman, Beverage Director

House Wines

White Wines by the Glass

Red Wines by the Glass


Sparkling Wines & Champagne

With flavors of apple, pear, citrus, and vanilla with hints of nuts, these delicate wines offer so much more than meets the eye. Whether you are celebrating a momentous occasion or just enjoying life, you can’t go wrong with these offerings.


Chardonnay

Chardonnays boast an impressive range of flavors from the expected buttered, oak overtones to the fresh, fruit flavors of apple, pear, tropical, citrus, and melon, leaving a lasting palate impression. The best Chardonnays are said to come from cool climates like Burgundy or California’s Carneros District, but the variety also adapts well to other regions like Australia, California’s Napa Valley, and even up-and-coming South Africa.


Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc produces a crisp, dry, refreshing white wine. The purest expression of the Sauvignon Blanc grape is found in France, in the Loire Valley (Sancerre and Pouilly-Fumé) and Bordeaux. However, it also makes superb wines in New Zealand, California, Australia, and South Africa.


Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris

Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris is a lighter-bodied, high-acid, delicate white, although the top producers turn out wines that have more of everything: more intense aromas, flavors, and weight. Pinot Gris offers a richer option that hints at floral notes, while its counterpart, Pinot Grigio, is lighter with crisp and sometimes spicy undertones.


Alternative Whites

The world of white wines is a great one. From the smooth aromatic tones of Viognier to the fragrant crispness of Moscato, our alternative white wine varietals offer a great selection. No matter what mood or pairing you’re facing, these wines will invariably fit the bill.


White Blends

Blending usually adds complexity and depth to a wine. Refreshing and edgy blends of Sauvignon Blanc and luscious Semillon are the norm in white Bordeaux wines. The wonderful white Rhône blends incorporating fragrant Viognier, herbaceous Roussanne, or creamy Marsanne are wonderful examples. In many cases, this is where the winemakers make their biggest impressions on the wine world.

Cabernet Sauvignon

The often-titled King of Wine, Cabernet Sauvignon offers a robust experience that can present a number
of flavors from dark fruits and oak to black pepper and vanilla. New World Cabernet Sauvignon such as the greats from Napa Valley boast flavors of licorice, plums, and vanilla, while Old World variants from Bordeaux suggest tobacco and black cherries.


Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir is a dry, red wine that typically exhibits fruit-forward character with strawberry, raspberry, and blackberry fruit presented on the palate. Notable earth-driven layers have been known to express themselves as well. Pinot Noir, also known as Red Burgundy, is a temperamental grape but has made delicious wines from France, California, and Oregon.


Merlot

Merlot is softer, fruitier, and earlier-maturing than the aforementioned Cabernet Sauvignon, yet it displays many of the same aromas and flavors. Black cherry, currants, and cedar are expressed in the best examples of this wine, along with mint, tobacco, and tea leaves.


Zinfandel

Zinfandel is a heady, full-bodied red with ripe raspberry fruit accented by pepper and spice. In most cases, its fruit is complemented by hints of bay leaves, sweet thyme, and basil that has gone to seed.


Alternative Reds

Red wines are so abundant and expressive that one would be sorely remiss if sticking to the standard options. The world has erupted with alternative varietals from Argentinean Malbec’s dark and ripe fruit to Australia’s Shiraz. For the adventurous at heart, these offerings will not only intrigue your mind, but will enrich you palate.


Red Blends

Blends are fascinating in their endless possibilities, and we truly enjoy finding new, delicious blends to offer our customers. A classic blend of the fruits and spices of a Grenache, the pepper of a Shiraz, and the sturdy Mourvèdre is only one example of the wonderful wines in this category. This is where the gloves come off and the winemakers really show up.