Wine By The Glass
PINOT NOIR, Sean Minor 2015$12/$44
Sonoma Coast, CA – Medium bodied with cherry, cola, plum, blueberry and light toast flavors. Well structured and elegant with lingering spicy, earthy notes and cherry flavors throughout the mid-palate. Silky, round tannins and a lengthy finish.
PINOT NOIR, Wyatt 2016$10/$38
California, USA – Bright cherry fruit, spice and freshness; food friendly and versatile.
NEBBIOLO, Paitin 2016$12/$44
Langhe – Piedmont, Italy – Dark, scorched earth, licorice, smoke and menthol flavors give this wine much of its brooding, muscular, virile personality. An elegant, easy drinking Nebbiolo.
MERLOT, CAB FRANC., CAB SAUV., Boundary Breaks ‘Harmonic Red’$13/$45
Finger Lakes, NY – $13/$45 – A Bordeaux style blend this good is rarely found in New York State. Medium bodied with scents of blueberry, raspberry and black currant. Soft, drinkable with medium, gritty tannins and great balance.
CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Charles & Charles 2016$9/$34
Columbia Valley, WA – Bold, rich and textured but not over the top. Aromas of cocoa, coffee, tobacco, sweet black cherry, licorice, underbrush, gravel and loads of cassis.
CABERNET SAUVIGNON, Hardin 2015$16/$58
Napa Valley, CA – Deep, intense plum, dark cherry and spice are prevalent right away on the nose and palate. Balanced structure and a vibrant, fresh core carries the wine.
MALBEC, La Posta 2016$10/$36
Mendoza, Argentina – Beautiful red and purple color with aromas of black cherries, fruits, dark chocolate and baker’s spice. A hint of violets on the finish.
ZINFANDEL – H Mynors 2014$12/$42
California, USA – Sweet plum and prune aromas continue to the flavors of this warm and generous wine. Blended from Sonoma, Amador and Lodi grapes, this Zin boasts velvety texture and moderate tannins.
TREPAT, Poema – Sparkling Rosé (NV)$8/$28
Conca de Barbera, Spain – Dry rosé style; notes of strawberry, raspberry and rose petals. Made in the Champagne method, this Cava Brut Rosé drinks very light and fresh.
CINSAULT/GRENACHE/SYRAH/MOUVEDRE – Chateau La Nerthe 2017$9/$32
Rhone Valley, France – Pale pink, fuchsia in color. Very bright. The nose is lively and expressive. Hints of white flowers, pink grapefruit. Very refreshing!
LAMBRUSCO, Barbolini Lambrusco Grasparossa di Castelletto (NV)$9/$32
Emilia-Romagna, Italy – A balance of rich, dark fruit with acidity; light, soft tannins and savory notes of herbs and minerals. Perfect for our chef boards!
GLERA, Per Ora Prosecco (NV)$9/$27
Veneto, Italy – Deliciously ripe apples and pears; soft, creamy and refreshing.
XAREL-LO/MACEBO/PARELLADA, Bohigas Brut Reserva Cava (NV)$10/$30
Catalunya, Spain – Pears, apples; crisp, zesty and dry with very lively bubbles.
PINOT GRIGIO, Il Conte 2016$8/$30
Veneto, Italy – Light-bodied, with clean, refreshing crisp apples and pears. So utterly delicious!
ALBARIÑO, La Val 2016$10/$36
Rias Baixas, Spain – Peaches, pears, clementine, apple blossom; crisp and clean; mineral finish.
SAUVIGNON BLANC, Sean Minor 2016$9/$32
California, USA – Golden straw color with aromas of pink grapefruit, melon and tropical fruits. The juicy grapefruit acidity integrates well with the medium body. Kiwi, green apple and tropical flavors evolve into a hint of minerality.
CHENIN BLANC, Leo Steen Dry Creek Valley – 2016$11/$40
California, USA – Pale straw color with green reflections. A lovely nose with aromas of apple, Anjou pear, white jasmine tea, hints of peach and nutmeg. On the palate, orchard fruit and citrus layers with tropical elements; crisp acidity.
CHARDONNAY, Saint Francis 2016$9/$34
Sonoma County, CA – Aromas and flavors of fresh melon, citrus, pineapple and butterscotch. Medium bodied with crisp acidity and a rich, lingering finish.
CHARDONNAY, Louis Jadot 2016$11/$40
Burgundy, France – Pale straw color with an expressive nose of medium intensity, green apple, pear and crushed stone with a hint of apricot and flowers. Fresh citrus on the palate with notes of pineapple and fresh acidity.
RIESLING, Boundary Breaks ‘Ovid Line North’ 2016$10/$34
Finger Lakes, New York – Sweet peaches, apples, strawberries, mango and honeysuckle; off-dry, but balanced with crackling acidity.
MOSCATEL, Bodegas Valdespino ‘Moscatel Promesa’ (NV)$8 (3 oz.)
Andalucia, Spain – Mahogany in color with a floral aroma of honey and citrus. On the palate there’s flavors of honeysuckle, chocolate, coffee, flowers and spices. It’s fresh, long, broad and unctuous with great refreshing acidity.
TOURIGA NACIONAL & FRANCA/TINTA CAO & FRANCISCA – Niepoort 10 Year (NV)$12 (3 oz.)
Douro Valley, Portugal – Tawny in color with aromas of dried apricots and crystallized tangerine peel. A perfect match for creme brûlée!
MOSCATO, Perrone Moscato d’Asti Sourgal (2014)$7/$13 (375 ml)
Piedmont, Italy – Melon, pear, perfume aroma. Succulent, creamy finish.
MALVASIA, Rare Wine Co. Historic Series NY Malmsey (NV)$13 (3 oz.)
Madeira, Portugal – Medium amber. Cherry cola, molasses, brown sugar aroma. Sweet.