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Wines By The Glass-White

    • 23/1
    • Prosecco, Mionetto D.O.C. Treviso, Sparkling Wine, Brut., Italy
      This fresh lively wine exhibits notions of orange rind, Peach and honeyed grapefruit. Dry, crisp and light-bodied
      Bottle $36. Glass $8.00

    • N/V
    • 38/2
    • White Zinfandel, Sea Ridge, California
      A lightly sweet wine that quenches your thirst.
      Bottle $25.  Glass $5.50

    • N/V
    • 34/3
    • Riesling, J. Lohr, Monterey County, California
      Candied apples, pears, peaches and sweet grapefruits. Dry and balanced. Zesty enough – you will want the whole bottle.
      Bottle $32. Glass $7.00

    • 2010
    • 39/4
    • Pinot Grigio, Mezza Corona, Italy
      A light and crisp white wine with a silky taste and exceptional balance.
      Bottle $35. Glass $7.50

    • 2011
    • 41/5
    • Sauvignon Blanc, Matua Valley, New Zealand
      This wine is distinctive and vibrant. A well-proportioned wine with concentrated tropical bliss. Pairings: salmon, tuna, oysters
      Bottle $34. Glass $7.50

    • 2011
    • 40/6
    • Moscato, Beringer, California Collection, California
      Lovely peach and apricot aromas and flavors, offers rich texture and a cleansing finish that balance with sweetness
      Bottle $32. Glass $7.00

    • 2010
    • 54/7
    • Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Valley, Washington State
      Brightly yellow-straw cast with ripe aromas of citrus, cream, minerals and a hint of oak
      Bottle $36. Glass $8.00

    • 2010

Wines By The Glass-Red

    • 69/8
    • Pinot Noir, Forest Glen, California
      This wine exhibits explosive aromatics and impressive concentration of cherry plum and spice
      Bottle $38. Glass $8.50

    • 2009
    • 66/9
    • Sangiovese, Santa Cristina, Tuscan, Italy
      Fresh, fragrant and fruity. The character of Tuscany’s classic grape. The perfect choice for grilled meats and pastas with red sauce
      Bottle $35. Glass $8.00

    • 2010
    • 80/10
    • Zinfandel, Ravenswood, Sonoma County, California
      This Zinfandel showcases one of the finest wine growing regions in California.
      This classic oldvine Zinfandel is brimming with bright berry flavors and zesty spice tones.

      Bottle $39. Glass $8.50

    • 2007
    • 76/11
    • Merlot, Bogle, California
      Well structured, with a nice balance of berries and earthiness.
      Bottle $38. Glass $8.50

    • 2010
    • 87/13
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Sterling Vintner’s Collection, Central Coast, California
      Distinctive aromas of ripe blackberry, pepper, toast and hints of smoked meats are followed by subtle notes of light chocolate mint and vanilla.
      Bottle $38. Glass $8.50

    • 2009

Champagne & Sparkling Wine

    • 19
    • Louis Roederer, Cristal, France
      A connoisseur’s Champagne, honey and butterscotch flavors beautifully put together.

    • 2002
    • $250
    • 20
    • Krug, Grande Cuvee Brut, France
      This Champagne is very elegant. Almost knocks your socks off with its bold, assertive aromas and flavors. You won’t soon forget this vivid and expressive Champagne.

    • N/V
    • $210
    • 21
    • Schramsberg, Blanc de Blancs, California
      The pride of the American sparkling wine, full flavored and from a great year.

    • 2009
    • $70
    • 22
    • Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Brut Champagne, France
      One of the most prestigious Champagnes housed in France.

    • N/V
    • $78
    • 23
    • Prosecco, Mionetto D.O.C. Treviso, Sparkling Wine, Brut., Italy
      This fresh lively wine exhibits notions of orange rind, peach and honeyed grapefruit.  Dry, crisp and light-bodied

    • N/V
    • $36
    • 24
    • Perrier Jouet, Grand Brut Champagne, France, NV
      An authentic traditional French champagne. Dry yet vivid with exceptional flavors.

    • N/V
    • $70

Light And Crisp White Wine

    • 41
    • Sauvignon Blanc, Matua Valley, New Zealand
      This wine is distinctive and vibrant. A well-proportioned wine
      with concentrated tropical bliss. Pairings: salmon, tuna, oysters

    • 2011
    • $34
    • 30
    • Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita, Italy
      The classic light Italian white from one of the finest vineyards.

    • 2011
    • $44
    • 31
    • Gewürztraminer, Covey Run, Columbia Valley, Oregon
      This off-dry Gewürztraminer offers beautiful floral, citrus and lychee fruit aromas with
      slightly spicy, citrusy flavors.

    • 2008
    • $26
    • 32
    • Pinot Gris, Joel Gott, Willamette Valley, Oregon
      This is a fruit powered wine with hints of melon, pear and pineapple with a crisp finish.

    • 2010
    • $39
    • 33
    • Conundrum, Caymus Vineyards, California
      The wines of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Viognier and Muscat
      are blended to produce this wine of floral and tropical flavors.

    • 2010
    • $49
    • 34
    • Riesling, J. Lohr, Monterey County, California
      Candied apples, pears, peaches and sweet grapefruit. Dry, balanced and zesty.

    • 2010
    • 32
    • 36
    • Blend, Orvieto Classico, Ruffino, Italy
      A fresh and fruity white wine from traditional local grape varieties of Orvieto.
      Medium body, balanced acidity and dryness on the finish.

    • 2009
    • $31
    • 37
    • Viognier, Bridlewood Reserve, Central Coast, California
      Lush aromas of apricot, white peach and honeysuckle.
      A creamy mouth-filling texture and a crisp refreshing citrus finish.

    • 2008
    • $36
    • 38
    • White Zinfandel, Five Oaks, California
      A lightly sweet wine that quenches your thirst.

    • N/V
    • $25
    • 39
    • Pinot Grigio, Mezza Corona, Italy
      A light and crisp white wine with a silky taste and exceptional balance.

    • 2011
    • $35
    • 40
    • Moscato, Beringer, California Collection, California
      Lovely peach and apricot aromas and flavors, offers rich
      Texture and a cleansing finish that balance with sweetness

    • N/V
    • $32

Chardonnay

    • 54
    • Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Valley, Washington State
      Bright yellow-straw cast with ripe aromas of citrus, cream, minerals and a hint of oak

    • 2010
    • $36
    • 56
    • Ferrari Carano, Alexander Valley, California
      Considered to be one of the best Chardonnays in the market.

    • 2008
    • $50
    • 44
    • Kistler, (Les Noisetiers), Sonoma Coast, California
      A stunning wine of great individuality; with wonderful minerality, sweet lemon oil, tropical fruits, powerful and full-bodied. Only 69.900 bottles of this vintage were produced.

    • 2007
    • $130
    • 45
    • Glen Carlou, “Hess Family”, South Africa
      A rich, round and complex wine with harmonious balance between fruit and oak. South Africa chardonnay at its best.

    • 2008
    • $39
    • 46
    • Pouilly-Fuissé, Louis Latour, France
      Louis Latour makes some of the most elegant, harmonious and beautiful wines in Burgundy and this Pouilly-Fuissé is no exception.

    • 2010
    • $45
    • 47
    • Macon-Villages, Louis Latour, France
      Crisp and dry, wonderful with light fare and shellfish.

    • 2009
    • $38
    • 48
    • Puligny-Montrachet, Louis Latour, France
      A classic White Burgundy, crisp, rich and deep.

    • 2006
    • $90
    • 49
    • Bernardus, Monterey County, California
      Ripe, rich and toasty, with lots of fig, apricot, vanilla and hazelnut.

    • 2008
    • $43
    • 50
    • Steele, Steele Cuvee, California
      Elegant and refined. This is rich, ripe yet subtle wine, with layers of pear, hazelnut and apricot.

    • 2008
    • $48
    • 51
    • Kendall Jackson, California
      Round and toasty with apple and just a touch of oak.

    • 2010
    • $36
    • 52
    • Sonoma-Cutrer, Russian River Ranches Sonoma County, California
      We think you’ll savor its delicate balance of honey-citrus and buttery, vanilla spice flavors.

    • 2010
    • $40
    • 53
    • Nugan Estate, Riverina, Australia
      One of the finest wine growing regions in Australia with fresh aromas of peach, melon, nutmeg and cinnamon.

    • 2006
    • $37

Light Red Wines

    • 65
    • Syrah, Wente Vineyards, California
      Syrah at its best with full flavor fruit, offering rich, ripe with concentrated flavors of plum and black cherry.

    • 2007
    • $34
    • 66
    • Sangiovese, Santa Cristina, Tuscan, Italy
      Fresh, fragrant and fruity. The character of Tuscany’s classic grape. Perfect match to grilled meats and red sauced pasta.

    • 2010
    • $35
    • 67
    • Chianti Classico, Ruffino Riserva Ducale Oro, Italy
      Sensational Chianti, with impressive aromas of crushed berries, hints of cedar and velvety tannins.

    • 2005
    • $72
    • 68
    • Pinot Noir, Louis Latour, Domain de Valmoissine, France
      A superb example of the rich yet brilliantly structured Pinot Noir coming from this eminent house of Louis Latour.

    • 2009
    • $38
    • 69
    • Pinot Noir, Forest Glen, California
      This wine exhibits explosive aromatics and impressive concentration of cherry plum and spice.

    • 2009
    • $38
    • 70
    • Pinot Noir, Kenwood, Russian River Valley, California
      This Pinot Noir is rich, intense, profound and elegant yet powerful with deep black cherry and plum aromas.

    • 2009
    • $45
    • 71
    • Pinot Noir, Adelsheim, Willamette Valley, Oregon
      Rich, supple and silky. A gorgeous mouthful of wild berry, black cherry and hints of chocolate. It’s everything a Pinot Noir should be – elegant, seductive and tasty.

    • 2009
    • $55

Big Red Wines

    • 87
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Sterling Vintner’s Collection, Central Coast, California
      Blackberry fruit and ripe cherries leap from the glass supported by toasty vanilla and cocoa. Smooth fruit-driven tannins cradle the finish integrating subtle elements of oak and spice.

    • 2009
    • $38
    • 88
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Valley, Washington
      One of the best values on the market. It has wonderful black cherry flavors. Goes fantastic with our N.Y. Strip.

    • 2009
    • $39
    • 89
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Kendall Jackson, Reserve, California
      The aromas of deep black cherry, blackberry and cassis draw you in. Well-defined, round tannins provide a robust backbone throughout the middle. Notes of cedar, vanilla and a hint of mocha round out the lingering finish.

    • 2007
    • $40
    • 75
    • Merlot, Laplaya, Estate Reserve, Chile
      Polished, with spicy tasting cinnamon, plum and cherry. Truly an exceptional value

    • 2007
    • $35
    • 76
    • Merlot, Bogle, California
      A soft and supple wine with luscious fruit tones.

    • 2010
    • $38
    • 77
    • Merlot, Castle Rock, Napa Valley, California
      This elegant wine has a deep ruby color and velvety texture.
      The complex flavors of blackberries, cocoa, spice and hints of cedar.

    • 2008
    • $40
    • 79
    • Chateauneuf du Pape, Cuvée Léonard, Perrin and Fils, France
      Exquisite Perrin and Fils winemaking, pushing the envelope while delivering ripe fruit and smooth tannins boasting a silky texture and plenty of fruit.

    • 2000
    • $70
    • 80
    • Zinfandel, Ravenswood, Sonoma County, California
      This Zinfandel showcases one of the finest wine growing regions in California. This classic oldvine Zinfandel is brimming with bright berry flavors and zesty spice tones.

    • 2007
    • $39
    • 81
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Rosemount Estate (Show Reserve), Coonawarra, Australia
      Sexy berries on the nose, lush, supple and complex. It is rare to find a Cabernet Sauvignon of this quality for less than $50.

    • 2010
    • $44
    • 83
    • Blend, Sienna, Ferrari Carano, Sonoma County, California
      An exceptional blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. You must try it.

    • 2009
    • $55
    • 84
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Souverain, Alexander Valley, California
      Steaks and chops beg to be paired with this deeply concentrated, rich, mouthful of beautiful dark Cabernet.

    • 2010
    • $49
    • 85
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, The Hess Collection, Napa Valley
      One of the best 100 wines of the year by “The Wine Spectator.”

    • 2008
    • $88
    • 86
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Los Vascos, Colchagua, Chile
      The palate is rich and round with attractive woody mushroom-like scents.
      Good fruit and lots of charm makes this one of the bestselling South American
      reds year after year.

    • 2008
    • $43

Red Wines To Remember

    • 90
    • Tignanello, Antinori, Toscana, Italy’s
      Wine spectator 93 points out of 100 very well structured and balanced of acidity, flavors of coffee, jam and chocolate. A real monster of a wine.

    • 2008
    • $160
    • 91
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Silver Oak, Napa Valley, California
      The wine has a dark garnet color and is bursting with fruit even as it is poured. On the palate, it has an extraordinarily rich attack, a satin texture and an exuberant expression of fruit on the mid-palate (Wine advocate 94 of 100)

    • 1999
    • $200
    • 92
    • Merlot, Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley, California
      This merlot opens with a fragrant red currant bouquet with a hint of eucalyptus, smoky oak and red beet. On the palate, is full bodied, balanced, and shows nice structure. One of the benchmarks of Merlots on the USA market.

    • 2008
    • $122
    • 93
    • Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus Vineyards, Napa Valley, California
      Dark chocolate, sweet tobacco and mocha with brown spice and vanilla. A great wine that will match red meat perfectly.

    • 2007
    • $120
    • 94
    • Red Bordeaux, Chateau-Beychevelle, Saint-Julien, France (Grand Cru Classé)
      Seep ruby-red color, fine structure, and subtle bouquet have earned this wine a high reputation all over the world. Robert Parker’s wine advocate rating 90 of 100, bright deep red licorice, tobacco, cedar and herbs on the nose and the palate.

    • 2006
    • $152