Wine

Wine

Sparkling Wines

We are proud to offer a thoughtful selection of sparkling wines that cover a wide range of styles and represent some of our favorite, well-established producers as well as several smaller, artisanal family wineries. Many of these smaller families have been growing grapes for generations, but advances in technology have made it possible for them to craft wine of their own. We encourage you to try some of these wines as they represent outstanding value.

  • Prosecco, Montalvini, Veneto, Italy, Brut NV

    10/45

    BIN#2141

  • Gratien & Meyer, Saumur, Loire, Fance, Brut Rose NV

    12/60

    BIN#0040

  • Aubry, Valle de Marne, Jouy-les-Reims, France, Brut Rose NV

    130

    BIN#1243

  • Billecart-Salmon, Mareuil sur Ay, Marne Valley, France, Brut NV

    19/95

    BIN#0020

  • H. Billiot Reserve Ambonnay, Montagne de Reims, France, Brut NV

    110

    BIN#1124

  • Fleury “Fleur Europa” Courteron, Aube, France, Brut NV

    159

    BIN#1452

  • Gaston Chiquet “Carte Verte” Dizy, Vallee de Marne, France, Brut NV

    89

    BIN#6255

  • Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Reims, Montagne de Reims, France, Brut NV

    120

    BIN#1142

  • Vouette et Sorbee “Fidele” Buxieres sur Arce, Aube, France, Brut NV

    150

    BIN#1552

  • Mas de Daumas Gassac “Frizant” France, Brut Rose NV

    49

    BIN#0020

  • Medici Ermite “Concerto” Lambrusco, Emilia Romagna, Italy NV

    55

    BIN#0080

  • Tout En Bulle De Grameron, Vin De France, France NV

    60

    BIN#3111

Chardonnay

No grape can claim to be so successful in such a variety of places and this array of different quality levels. We love so many of these wines – from classic areas like California and Burgundy to more adventurous wines like Limari – that we could easily have ten times as many selections and still want more. We are particularly excited by the stellar wines being made by relative Californian newcomers Sandhi & Lioco.

  • Arnot Roberts “Watson” Napa 2012

    85

    BIN#6421

  • Cakebread, Napa 2010

    75

    BIN#2423

  • Far Niente, Napa 2010

    98

    BIN#0041

  • Paul Hobbs “Crossbarn” Napa 2012

    13/52

    BIN#6351

  • Lioco, Sonoma 2011

    52

    BIN#3551

  • Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast 2012

    19/76

    BIN#0050

  • Sandhi, Santa Barbara

    79

    BIN#1151

  • Charles Smith “Eve” Washington State 2012

    35

    BIN#6454

  • Merino, Limari, Chile 2012

    49

    BIN#1311

  • Tabali, Limari, Chile 2012 Reserve Especial

    32

    BIN#4151

  • Tabali Talenay Limari, Chile 2010

    60

    BIN#0010

  • Billaud Simon, Chablis, Burgundy, France

    60

    BIN#4317

  • Deux Montille “Montee de Tonnere” Chablis 1er, Burgundy, France 2010

    95

    BIN#6231

  • Deux Montille “Champ Gains” Puligny Montrachet 1er, Burgundy, France 2009

    225

    BIN#2121

  • Fichet “Tessons” Meursault, Burgundy, France 2011

    145

    BIN#2217

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc has a big personality, but usually surprises people with how well it pairs with a variety of food. Reggie Minet’s focused, dry wines are a natural match with our shellfish and crudos; the sultry wines of Alta Maria accent the smoke and intensity of our wood fired grill.

  • Alta Maria, Santa Maria 2012

    75

    BIN#1120

  • Dog Point, Marlborough, New Zealand 2012

    59

    BIN#1321

  • Petit Freylon, Bordeaux Blanc, France 2012

    8/32

    BIN#0121

  • Regis Minet, Pouilly-Fume, France 2011

    68

    BIN#2354

  • Tabali “Reserve” Limari, Chile 2012

    36

    BIN#4157

Riesling

Riesling has no choice but to reveal itself; Riesling translates the conditions of its production and place where it comes from more clearly than any other grape. This makes it a favorite of wine professionals and chefs. We think you will enjoy its incredible diversity of style and flavor when enjoyed at the table.

  • Alzinger “Durnsteiner” Federspiel Wachau, Austria 2010

    75

    BIN#1121

  • Donnhoff Estate, Nahe, Germany 2011

    42

    BIN#4451

  • J. Leitz “Dragonstone” Rheingau, Germany 2011

    12/48

    BIN#6557

Pinot Grigio

These wines have become famous for their soft and likable nature – however, many versions are powerful, intense and match well with many different styles of food. Whether you are looking for a versatile food wine or a focused wine with minerality and spiced pear notes these wines are some of the finest we could find.

  • Hofstatter, Alto Adige, Italy 2011

    14/56

    BIN#0070

  • Venica e Venica Jesera Collio, Italy 2010

    68

    BIN#1522

Sommelier Selections White

In our obsession to discover new flavors we try many, many different wines from classical regions and up-and-coming areas. In this section you will find wines that we have come across wines that either do not fit neatly into established categories or represent a tremendous value for the price.

  • Albarino, Do Ferreiro, Rias Baixas, Spain 2011

    67

    BIN#1114

  • Albarino, Pazo de Senorans, Rias Baixas, Spain 2011

    52

    BIN#2121

  • Chenin Blanc, Lieu-Dit, Santa Barbara 2012

    44

    BIN#2322

  • Gavi, Cascina degli Ulivi, Piedmont, Italy 2011

    57

    BIN#2523

  • Gavi, Villa Sparina, Piedmont, Italy 2011

    45

    BIN#1422

  • Gruner Veltliner “Steinagrund” Leth, Wagram, Austria 2012

    40

    BIN#6251

  • Gruner Veltliner, Hirsch, Kamptal, Austria 2011

    11/44

    BIN#0050

  • Hondarribi Zurri, Ameztoi, Txakolina, Spain 2012

    36

    BIN#2511

  • Kerner, Abazzia di Novacella, Alto Adige, Italy 2010

    47

    BIN#5551

  • Muskateler, Lackner-Tinnacher, Sudsteiermark, Austria 2007

    59

    BIN#1131

  • Pedro Ximenez, Mayu, Elqui Valley, Chile 2012

    32

    BIN#4121

  • Pigato, Ricardo Bruna “Le Russeghine” Liguria, Italy 2007

    70

    BIN#2551

  • Torrontes Crios Susana Balbo, Cafayate, Argentina 2011

    45

    BIN#1121

  • Viognier Blend “Blindfold” The Prisoner Wine Co. Napa 2012

    60

    BIN#6154

Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Blends

These wines are most classically associated with the bold flavors of steakhouse cuisine. Whether Super-Tuscan, Californian or traditional Bordeaux – these wines have the power and intensity to stand up to the heartiest steaks.

  • Amuse Bouche “Vin Perdu” Napa 2011

    185

    BIN#3351

  • Catena “Alta” Mendoza 2009

    110

    BIN#3244

  • Faust, Napa 2010

    120

    BIN#4341

  • Honig, Napa 2010

    75

    BIN#6331

  • Jordan, Alexander Valley 2009

    90

    BIN#6141

  • Charles Krug “Divining Rod” Alexander 2010

    12/48

    BIN#0093

  • Leviathan, California 2010

    108

    BIN#1224

  • Leviathan, California 2010, 3L

    450

    BIN#1231

  • Quintessa, Rutherford 2010

    245

    BIN#3344

  • Realm “Farella” Napa 2010

    175

    BIN#3255

  • Robert Sinskey “POV” Carneros 2009

    108

    BIN#5421

  • Silver Oak, Napa 2009

    195

    BIN#5321

  • Charles Smith, Columbia, Washington 2010

    42

    BIN#3151

  • Tamarack Cellars, Columbia 2010

    68

    BIN#3451

  • Antinori “Tignanello” Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy 2009

    210

    BIN#6244

  • Guado al Tasso “Il Bruciato” Bolgheri, Tuscany, Italy 2010

    68

    BIN#6315

  • Château Musar, Bequaa Valley, Lebanon 1999

    135

    BIN#5241

  • Cos d’Estournel, St-Estephe, Bordeaux, France 2006

    395

    BIN#4451

Merlot

Merlot is often misunderstood and, among other things, is the most planted grape in Bordeaux; in many ways it is more responsible for the region’s fame than the more aristocratic Cabernet. Our selection of wines has small amounts of Cabernet blended in to add structure. All of these examples are full bodied but smooth with dark, sometimes exotic flavors.

  • Duckhorn, Napa 2010

    105

    BIN#6121

  • North Star, Columbia 2010

    89

    BIN#6221

  • Sbragia “Home Ranch”, Napa 2009

    58

    BIN#5221

  • Charles Smith “Velvet Devil” Washington 2011

    11/44

    BIN#0090

  • Chateau L’Eglise, Pomerol, Bordeaux, France 2006

    250

    BIN#4151

Malbec

While Malbec originally comes from France, it has become more famous recently for producing intense wines in Argentina. They are a great alternative to Cabernets and Merlots. These wines offer terrific consistency of flavors and give, whether from a classic Catena or the more modern Anoro, a much higher price for value than California or Europe.

  • Anoro, Mendoza 2011

    67

    BIN#4521

  • Coquena, Mendoza 2012

    42

    BIN#5134

  • Durigutti “Reserve” Mendoza 2010

    58

    BIN#3121

  • Emiliana, “Natura” Emiliana, Rapel, Chile 2008 (Organic)

    9/36

    BIN#0121

Pinot Noir

While Pinot Noir is often perceived as a softer style of wine, in many cases it offers the perfect accompaniment to roasted and grilled meats – especially beef. What lacks in tannin it makes up for in complexity and richness. At their best these wines offer an exuberance and sense of place that is unique and inspired.

  • Alta Maria, Santa Maria 2010

    68

    BIN#3341

  • Anthill Farms, Sonoma 2011

    75

    BIN#5331

  • Anthill Farms “Campbell Ranch” Sonoma 2011

    95

    BIN#5131

  • Antica Terra “Antikythera” Eola Amity, Willamette 2011

    195

    BIN#5541

  • Arnot Roberts “Peter Martin Ray” Santa Cruz Mountains 2012

    129

    BIN#4131

  • Au Bon Climat “La Bauge au Dessus” Santa Maria 2008

    19/76

    BIN#5451

  • Failla, Sonoma Coast 2012

    79

    BIN#3331

  • Kazmer & Blaise “Primos Hill” Carneros 2009

    100

    BIN#4541

  • Charles Krug, Carneros 2012

    54

    BIN#3354

  • Kutch, Sonoma Coast 2011

    85

    BIN#3141

  • Littorai “Les Armes” Sonoma Coast 2010

    100

    BIN#2411

  • Sean Minor, Carneros 2010

    15/60

    BIN#5151

  • Patricia Green, Willamette 2011

    72

    BIN#6151

  • Domaine Serene “Evenstad Reserve” Willamette 2010

    150

    BIN#4331

  • Tabali, Limarri, Chile 2011

    45

    BIN#3231

  • Louis Boillot “Le Grand Poisots” Volnay Premier Cru, France 2009

    95

    BIN#6444

  • Regis Bouvier, Bourgogne, France 2007

    45

    BIN#4411

  • Regis Bouvier “Montre Cul” Bourgogne, France 2007

    60

    BIN#6321

  • De Montille “Aux St Julien” Nuits St Georges, France 2009

    130

    BIN#6451

  • Tortoise Creek “Les Olivieres” Pay d’Oc, France 2012

    10/40

    BIN#0111

Frappato

This grape is not well known but it has a natural affinity for the salt air and flavorful cuisine of the island. Frappato’s texture is reminiscent of Pinot Noir, but it is bold and spicy like its homeland, Sicily.

  • COS, Vittoria, Sicily, Italy 2012

    60

    BIN#5111

  • Occhipinti, Vittoria, Sicily, Italy 2011

    75

    BIN#5211

  • Occhipinti “SP68” Vittoria, Sicily, Italy 2012

    49

    BIN#5313

Tempranillo

Not every wine lover knows this grape, but they have heard of the legendary wines of Rioja and Ribera del Duero. These are famous for their dark fruit aromas, red floral notes and intense, spicy oak influence – all natural companions to our cuisine.

  • Martin Cendoya Reserva, Rioja, Spain 2007

    90

    BIN#1117

  • Luberri “Biga” Rioja, Spain 2008

    14/56

    BIN#5341

  • Remelluri, Rioja, Spain 2008

    79

    BIN#4115

  • Vina Sastre, Ribera del Duero, Spain 2008

    60

    BIN#1211

  • Vega Secilia Alion Ribera del Duero, Spain 2008

    225

    BIN#1111

Syrah

No one drinks enough Syrah. Period. These wines can range from the dark, supple wines of Australia to remarkably rich yet nubile wines of the Rhone Valley. These wines explode with blackberry, pepper, and tobacco flavors.

  • Shiraz (Syrah) “Black Betty” Betts & Scholl, Barossa, Australia 2010

    80

    BIN#5121

  • Syrah, Alain Graillot, Crozes-Hermitage, France 2010

    76

    BIN#6311

  • Syrah “Brezeme” Eric Texier, Cotes du Rhone Village, France 201

    60

    BIN#3311

  • Syrah Colgin IX, California Napa 2010

    295

    BIN#4343

Nebbiolo

Nebbiolo is the magic behind Barolo and Barbaresco. Notoriously difficult to grow in the vineyard and even more temperamental in winery, Niebbiolo nonetheless produces wines that combine ethereal flavors of dark cherry, rose and liquorice with powerful tannins and structure.

  • Massolino “Margheria” Barolo, Piedmont, Italy 2007

    195

    BIN#5213

  • Massolino, Barolo, Piedmont, Italy 2007

    145

    BIN#5113

  • “Bricco Manzoni” (Nebbiolo/Barbera), Rocche dei Manzone, Piedmont, Italy 1999

    100

    BIN#6511

Sommelier Selections Red

In our obsession to discover new flavors we try many, many different wines from both classical regions and up-and-coming areas. In this section you will find wines that we have come across that either do not fit neatly into established categories or represent a tremendous value for the price.

  • Amarone della Valpolicella, Gregoris, Veneto, Italy 2008

    101

    BIN#6115

  • Barbera, Palmina, Santa Barbara 2010

    48

    BIN#5141

  • Cabernet Franc, Lieu-Dit, Santa Barbara 2012

    55

    BIN#3321

  • Cabernet Franc “Les Perrieres” Catherine Breton, Bourguiel, Loire 1997

    195

    BIN#4215

  • Carignan Blend “Indica” Lioco, Mendocino 2010

    40

    BIN#2115

  • Carmenere/Syrah, Mayu, Elqui Valley, Chile 2012

    32

    BIN#3432

  • Gamay, Foillard, Fleurie, France 2009

    90

    BIN#3132

  • Grenache “Nain Violet” Pertuisane, Vin de Pays de Catalanes, France 2010

    58

    BIN#4311

  • Grenache Blend, Eric Texier, Cotes du Rhone, France 2011

    12/48

    BIN#3211

  • Grenache Blend, Eric Texier, Chateauneuf du Pape, France 2010

    110

    BIN#6133

  • Mencia, Amizade, Ribeiro, Spain 2010

    8/32

    BIN#1323

  • Merlot/Syrah/Zinfandel Blend, Jax Taureau Napa 2011

    50

    BIN#4551

  • Nero D’Avola Blend “SP68” Occhipinti, Vittoria, Sicily, Italy 2012

    49

    BIN#5105

  • Petite Verdot, Casale del Giglio, Lazio, Italy 2010

    54

    BIN#6411

  • Sangiovese, Castello di Caccchiano, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy 2005

    12/48

    BIN#5116

  • Touriga Nacional, Pombal do Vesuvio, Douro, Portugal 2008

    65

    BIN#3222

  • Trousseau “Luchsinger” Arnot Roberts, Clear Lake 2012

    80

    BIN#6521

  • Zinfandel Blend “The Prisoner” Napa 2011

    89

    BIN#1214

  • Zinfandel Blend “The Prisoner” Napa 2011, 6L

    800

    BIN#0001

  • Zinfandel “Saldo” Prisoner Wine Company, California

    63

    BIN#2311

Small and Large Format

  • Pierre Gimonnet, Cuis, Cote de Blancs, France Brut NV, 375mL

    60

    BIN#5251

  • Chenin Blanc, Huet “Le Haut-Lieu” Vouvray” France 2011, 375mL

    18/36

    BIN#1254

  • Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer, Russian River 2011, 375mL

    22

    BIN#0030

  • Chardonnay “Jurassic Style” Banshee 2011, 500mL

    60

    BIN#1354

  • Pinot Noir “Evenstad Reserve” Domaine Serene, Willamette 2009, 375mL

    48

    BIN#0031

  • H. Billiot Reserve Ambonnay, Montagne de Reims, France, Brut NV, 1.5L

    230

    BIN#1242

  • Pinot Blanc, Robert Sinskey, Carneros, 1.5L

    120

    BIN#2131

  • Cabernet Blend, Leviathan, California 2010, 3L

    450

    BIN#5555

  • Zinfandel Blend “The Prisoner” Napa 2012, 6L

    550

    BIN#5555

Wines by the Glass

Sparkling & Sake

  • La Marca, Prossecco, Veneto NV

    10

  • Saumur, Gratien & Meyer, Loire, Fance, Brut Rose NV

    12/60

    BIN#0040

  • Billecart-Salmon, Marne Valley, France, Brut NV

    19/95

    BIN#0020

  • Akitabare “Northen Skies” Junmai Daigingo, Japan, 300mL

    7/31

    BIN#5555

White

  • Sauvignon Blanc, Alta Maria, Santa Maria Valley 2012

    13/52

    BIN#0120

  • Gruner Veltliner, Hirsch, Kamptal, Austria 2011

    11/44

    BIN#0050

  • Pinot Grigio, Hofstatter, Alto Adige, Italy 2011

    14/56

    BIN#0070

  • Riesling, J. Leitz “Dragonstone” Rheingau, Germany 2011

    12/48

    BIN#5555

  • Chenin Blanc, Huet “Le Haut-Lieu” Vouvray” France 2011, 375mL

    18/36

    BIN#5555

  • Chardonnay Eve Charles Smith, Washington 2012

    9/36

    BIN#6454

  • Chardonnay, Paul Hobbs “Crossbarn” Napa 2012

    13/52

    BIN#6351

  • Chardonnay, Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast 2011

    19/76

    BIN#0060

  • Chardonnay, Rombauer, Santa Maria Valley, 2010

    21

    Bin 1521

Rosé

  • Badenhorst “Secateurs” Swartland, South Africa

    9/36

    BIN#0110

Red

  • Tempranillo “Biga” Luberri, Rioja, Spain 2008

    14/56

    BIN#5555

  • Sangiovese, Castello di Cacchiano, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy 2005

    12/48

    BIN#5555

  • Pinot Noir, Tortoise Creek “Les Olivieres” Pay d’Oc, France 2012

    10/40

    BIN#5555

  • Pinot Noir, Sean Minor, Carneros 2010

    15/60

    BIN#5555

  • Pinot Noir “La Bauge au Dessus” Au Bon Climat, Santa Maria 2008

    19/76

    BIN#5555

  • Grenache Blend, Eric Texier, Cotes du Rhone, France 2010 (Organic)

    12/48

    BIN#5555

  • Merlot, Charles Smith “Velvet Devil” Washington 2011

    11/44

    BIN#5555

  • Malbec “Natura” Emiliana, Rapel, Chile 2008 (Organic)

    9/36

    BIN#5555

  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Charles Krug “Divining Rod” Alexander 2010

    12/48

    BIN#5555