Wine

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Champagne/ Sparkling

All of these sparkling wines are made in the traditional Methode Champenoise, undergoing a second fermentation in the bottle. These wines make great aperitifs, as well as pairing beautifully with certain cheeses, salads, fruits and appetizers.

100 J. Laurens Blanquette de Limoux NV Languedoc, Fr.….…….……..12/48

102 Veuve Clicquot Brut NV Champagne, Fr. (92 Points WW)….……25/100

104 Moet Vintage Rose Imperiale 2009 Champagne, Fr. (94 Points WS)……25/100

107 Collet Brut Rose Champagne NV Champagne, Fr. (91 Points WS)………………………….80

108 Tattinger Brut Champagne NV Champagne, Fr. (91 Points RP)….………….………..……88

112 Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV Champagne, Fr. (92 Points WS)…………..….….………90

114 Marc Hebrart 1er Cru Champagne NV Champagne, FR (92 Points RP)……..….……..….120

Alsatian Varietals

Most Alsatian Varietals are intensely aromatic with fruity and floral aromas. These wines pair will with seafood dishes, apple and citrus flavors, fruity salads and certain cheeses.

116 Foris Pinot Gris 2016 Rogue Valley, Oregon. (90 Points WE)………………….…….….10/40

118 Pierre Spaar Riesling (Dry) 2017 Alsace, Fr………….…….…………………………..…11/44

120 G & M Machmer Spatlese Gewürztraminer 2014 Ger.……..………………………………10/40

124 Eroica Riesling 2015 Columbia Valley, Washington. (92 Points WW)……………..…..….60

126 Rene Mure “Clos Saint Landelin” Grand Cru Riesling 2013 Alsace, Fr. (95 Points WE)…..90

Loire Valley Varietals

Typical varietals in this category are Sauvignon Blanc and Chenin Blanc. Our examples of these varietals tend to be crisp, dry and zesty, often mineral driven with citrusy or tropical aromatics. These wines pair well with shellfish, light seafood, salads and certain white meat dishes and challenging ingredients such as asparagus and artichokes.

128 Emmolo Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Napa Valley, Ca. (92 Points WW)………………….….10/40

134 Vigna del Lauro Sauvignon Blanc DOP 2015 Collio, Italy…………….…………..………..38

135 Chateau Guirard “G” (Sauvignon Blanc/ Semillon) 2017 Bordeaux, Fr……………………45

136 St. Supery “Virtu” (Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc) 2016 Napa Valley, Ca……………..…… .48

138 Alphonse Mellot “La Moussiere” Sancerre 2017 Loire Valley, Fr. (93 Points WE).………..56

140 Kenefick Ranch Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Napa Valley, Ca……………………….……….…..80

Burgundy Varietals

Principally Chardonnay, with occasional use of Aligote, these wines are full bodied and powerful. The French expressions tend to use less oak treatment and are more acidic and minerally than their more buttery New World counterparts. Pair with rich fishes such as salmon, and many pork and chicken dishes.

158 Cambria Clone 4 Chardonnay 2015 Santa Maria Valley, Ca……………………….…..11/44

160 Jean Marc Brocard Kimmeridgien Chardonnay 2015 Burgundy, Fr………….…….…13/52

162 Sonoma Cutrer 2016 Sonoma Coast, Ca…………………………………………..….…..…48

163 Two Mountain Estate Chardonnay Copeland Vineyard 2016 Washington…………………50

164 Quilt Napa Chardonnay 2016 Rutherford, Ca. (90 Points WS)……………………..……..66

168 The Roost Blue Heron Vineyard 2015 Mendocino, Ca. (92 Points WE)…………..……….46

172 Wind Racer Chardonnay 2012 Russian River, Ca. (93 Points TP)………………………..70

174 Levendi Estate Reserve 2015 Napa Valley, Ca. (92 JS)………..…………………….……90

175 Josesph Drouhin Meursault 2015 Burgundy, Fr. (90 Points RP)…………………..……..90

176 Deaux Montille Montagny “Les Coeres” 1er Cru 2013 Burgundy, Fr………..………..…110

Still Rose

These pink colored wines are made from red grapes with only minimal skin contact during the maceration process. Crisp like white wines, the gain in body and tannic from the skin contact. Fruit aromas tend toward strawberry and raspberry, sometimes coupled with beautiful floral aromas and minerality, such as in the magnificent expression Mas Theo. These wines pair with a wide range of dishes from salads, rich fish with fruit sauces, to sorbets and desserts. All examples here are fully dry.

178 La Chasse “Prestige” Rose 2016 Rhone Valley, Fr……………………..…….…………10/40

180 Smoke Tree Rose 2016 California…………………………………………………………….38

182 Mas Theo “Cuvee TO” Rose 2017 Rhone Valley, Fr………………………………….…….54

Interesting Varietals

Some of our favorite white wines, these unique items are not easily categorized. Ask your server or bartender for tasting notes and pairing suggestions.

144 La Chasse “Prestige” Cotes du Rhone Blanc 2014 Rhone Valley, Fr……….….……….10/40

150 Mas Theo “Mogul” (Marsanne/ Roussanne/ Viognier) 2015 Rhone Valley, Fr..….…..….50

152 Lard, des Choix Grenache Blanc 2015 L’Ardeche, Fr……………………….……..………54

156 Dom. Juliette Avril Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2014 Rhone Valley, Fr….……….…….….….94

158 Poco do Lobo Arinto Colheita 1995 Bairrada, Portugal. (94 Points WS)……..…………..70

Reds:

Burgundy Varietals

These wines are predominately Pinot Noir with the occasional Gamay Noir in the mix. Lighter bodied than many other reds these wines still boast great acid and structure. Very terroir driven wines they often express tart red fruit flavors such as cherry and pomegranate, with occasional hints of earthiness and smoke. Excellent with rich fish, pork and chicken dishes, duck, mushrooms and certain cheeses.

202 Siduri Pinot Noir 2017 Willamette, Or……..………………………………..………….13/52

206 Jean-Claude Boisset “Les Ursulines” Pinot Noir 2017 Burgundy, Fr……………..……….46

208 Joseph Drouhin Santenay 2013 Burgundy, Fr……………………………………..……….65

210 Jean Fournier “Cuvee St. Urban” Marsannay 2014 Burgundy, Fr………………….…….80

212 Sonoma Cutrer Pinot Noir 2015 Sonoma Coast, Ca…….……………………….…………..80

216 Antoine Lienhardt Les Plantes Aux Boi Cotes de Nuits 2015 Burgundy, Fr……………….100

217 Joseph Drouhin Chambolle-Musigny 2014 Burgundy, Fr. (93 Points BH)……..………..110

Rhone Varietals

These wines are primarily blends, with the dominant varietals used being Grenache, Syrah, Mouvedre and Carignan. Medium to full bodied, these wines often express lush fruit characteristics, frequently backed up by peppery minerality and occasional earthy qualities. Pair with a wide range of dishes from white meats, game (such as rabbit and lamb), veal, mushrooms and various cheeses.

218 La Chasse “Prestige” Cotes du Rhone 2015 Rhone Valley, Fr………………..….…….10/40

220 Cellier des Princes Chateauneuf du Pape 2016 Rhone Valley, Fr………………………16/64

222 Mas de Gourgonnier 2015 Provence, Fr…………..………………………………….……..44

224 En Attendant la Pluie “Tout Bu, or not Tout Bu” 2017 Roussillon, Fr…………..…….….50

228 Mas Theo “Cuvee TO” Grignan-les-Adhemar 2016 Rhone Valley, Fr………….…………..54

229 Nicolas Perrin Crozes-Hermitage 2014 Rhone Valley, Fr. (91 WS)…..………….………..60

232 Domaine Croze-Granier “Sysiphe” Lirac 2015 Rhone Valley, Fr……………………….…70

236 Mas des Quernes “Mouvedre Armand” 2014 Languedoc, Fr……………………….………80

238 Le Clos des Suds “Couer de Pierre” Minervois 2013 Languedoc, Fr………..………..…….90

240 Andre Brunel Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2015 Rhone Valley, Fr. (92 Points CT)……….….…90

242 Pence “Sebastiano” Syrah 2013 Santa Barbara, Ca.…………………………………..….120

Bordeaux Varietals

Predominately Cabernet, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot. These wines range from medium-full bodied (certain Merlots and Cab Francs) to huge, full bodied wines. Pair with steaks, red meat, and rich sauces.

244 Mas de Brousses “Chasseur de Brousses” Merlot Blend 2015 Languedoc, France…….10/40

250 Domaine Laroque Cabernet Franc 2017 Languedoc, Fr…..……..………………….…10/40

246 Aquinas Cabernet 2016 Sonoma County, Ca. (89 Points WW)………….……….……12/48

248 Chateau Lhorens 2016 Bordeaux, Fr……………………………………….………….10/NA

256 Terrazes Reserve Malbec 2016 Mendoza, Ar. (90 Points RP).…………….…….……..12/48

258 Domaine Bernard Baudry Chinon 2016 Loire Valley, Fr…………..……………..……….50

260 Hedges (Bordeaux Blend) Red Mountain 2013 Washington. (90 Points RP)….………….66

262 Stonestreet Estate Cabernet 2014 Alexander Valley, Ca. (90 Points RP).……….……….80

265 Ehret Family “Bella’s Blend 2010 Knight’s Valley, Ca………….…….….……..………100

266 Terrazes de los Andes Single Vineyard Las Compuertas Malbec 2014 Mendoza, Arg..….100

268 Palazzo Napa Red 2011 Napa Valley, Ca. (91 Points RP).……………..……..…..…….120

276 Chateau Fontenil Fronsac 2003 Bordeaux, Fr. (90 Points WS).………………….…….120

277 Chateau Clos l’Eglise Cotes de Castillon 2006 Bordeaux, Fr. (90 Points ST).….…..……130

278 Delectus Bear Crossing Cabernet 2013 Knights Valley, Ca. (94 Points RP)..……………160

Interesting Varietals:

Here are a number of beautiful wines from unique varietals and regions. Ask your server or bartender for tasting notes and pairing suggestions.

280 Bodegas Triton Mencia 2011 Toro, Sp……………………………………..………..…9/36

282 Tamaral Reserva 2010 Ribero del Duero, Sp………………………….…………..…….80

284 Teso La Monja “Almirez” Toro, Sp (94 Points RP)……………………………..…..….90

292 Urbina Gran Reserva 1994 Rioja, Sp. (92 Points RP)….………………….……….….120

293 Maxville Petite Sirah 2014 Napa Valley, Ca. (93 Points WE)…………………..……..100

286 Caves Sao Joao “Porta dos Cavaleiros” 1985 Dao, Portugal………………..…..…..…..90

287 Remo Farina Amarone 2012 DOCG Veneto, It…………………………………….……80

289 Bocale Montefalco Sagrantino DOC 2012 Umbria, It………………..….………..……110

294 Gianfranco Allesandria San Giovanni Barolo 2010 DOCG Piedmont, It…….…….…120

296 Chateau Musar 2010 Bekaa Valley, Lebanon…………………………………………..160 p>