• $46

    Cline, Zinfandel, Live Oak Vinyeyard, California “2016”

    Dark cherry, plum, smoke, tobacco, licorice and new leather. 

  • $46

    Cline, Zinfandel, Live Oak Vineyard, California “2012”

    A big wine! Notes of berries, spice, and licorice. Well structured.

  • $125

    Silver Oak, Cabernet Sauvignon, Alexander “2012”

    An enticing nose of cassis liqueur, blueberry coulis, tobacco, tarragon and roasting coffee. 

  • $45

    Markham, Merlot, Napa “2014”

    Wonderful vanilla, roasted nut and caramel oak flavors truly complement all the beautiful rich cherry fruit 

  • $98

    Duckhorn, Merlot, Napa “2013”

    Aromas of plum, crème de cassis, violet and Herbs, flavors of olallieberry, toffee and vanilla bean. 

  • $36

    Backsberg, Pinotage, South Africa “2015”

    Flavors of lavender and plums on the nose. Dark fruit followed by cinnamon and clove spice on the palate. 

  • $40

    Marquis De Riscal, Riserva, Rioja “2011”

    Classic Rioja. Earthy with dark berries and toasty oak.

  • $52

    Mercouri Estate Red, Greece “2013”

    Refosco 85%, Mavardaphne 15%

    Blackberry, plum and savory meat aromas give this red an earthy, visceral appeal. 

  • $48

    Chianti Classico, Peppoli, Antinori “2013”

    Notes of cherries well integrated with chocolate and vanilla aromas of oak aging. 

  • $38

    Archaval Ferrer, Cabernet Franc, Mendoza “ 2015”

    Notes of mint, dark chocolate, cassis and white pepper. 

  • $39

    Marquis Gram, Carmenere, Reserve “2013”

    Ripe black fruits with savory earth tones and notes of dark chocolate and French oak. 

  • $48

    Sonoma-Cutrer, Pinot Noir, Russian River “2014”

    Bright red fruit and aromas of sandalwood. 

  • $52

    Ponzi, Pinot Noir, Monterey “2015”

    Hints of dark cherry, black raspberry and white pepper. 

  • $36

    Louis Bernard, Cotes Du Rhone “2015”

    Great earthy character with some tobacco, peach and cherry. 

  • $45

    Jean-Claude Lapalu, Vieilles Vignes, Beaujolais Villages “2015”

    Not your father’s Beaujolais! Aromas of wild heather and the Scottish moorlands. Good delineation and body on the finish, hints of orange rind lingering on the aftertaste. Quite superb. 91 points by the Wine Advocate 

  • $40

    Sonoma – Cutrer, Chardonnay, Russian River “2014”

    Aromas of Fuji apple, fresh roses, lime, lemon blossom and nectarine.

  • $75

    Cakebread, Chardonnay, California “2014”

    Concentrated pear, spiced apple and melon flavors.  Zesty spice, mineral tones and toasted oak. 

  • $56

    Patient Cottat, Sancere, Anciennes Vignes, Loire “2017”

    Complex and intense. Aromas of Acacia blossoms, passion fruit and Muscat.

  • $45

    Louis Jadot, Pouilly Fuisse, Maconnais (Chardonnay) “2014”

    Fermented partially in steel and partially in oak, delivering a marvelous complexity of minerals, vanilla, and citrus. 

  • $38

    Zlatan Otok, Posip, Croatia “2012”

    Notes of pear, fig, stone fruits, Mediterranean herb, wild flowers and honey. 

  • $33

    Li Veli, Askos Verdeca, Italy “ 2014”

    Tropical fruit, with some chalk and mineral content. Good acidic balance. Great food wine. 

  • $28

    Gaia, “Notios”, Greece (Moschofilero & Roditis) “2014”

    Aromas and flavors of pert lemon, sea salt and spice, with an attractive acid balance. 

  • $42

    Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg, Kampala Gruner Veltliner, Austria “2015”

    Flavors of green apple, pear and pineapple.

  • $45

    Marc Bredif, Vouvray, Loire (Chenin Blanc) “2017”

    White flowers on the nose and flavors of pears and grapefruits.

  • $38

    Lamoreaux, Dry Riesling, New York “2014”

    Faint petrol on the nose with Finger Lakes minerality and ripe fruit.

  • $100

    Nueve Cliquot, “Ponsardin”, Reims “NV”

    A perfect balance of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay. Creamy texture with good acidity and hints of smoke. 

  • $325

    Dom Perignon, Epernay “2002”

    Floral with wonderful hints of brioche and apples.