F RANCE 1. Burgundy Jean Claude Boisset Bourgogne, 2011, $25 Light to Medium Bodied, 100% Pinot Noir. Pairing: Quiche, Farro, Beef, Roasted Chicken, Salmon, Hamburgers 2. Burgundy, Premier Cru Domaine du Chateau de Chorey, 2009, $85 Beaune Premier Cru wines are produced under the strictest conditions of the Beaune appellation from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes grown exclusively in the commune's Premier Cru-classified vineyards. Light to Full Bodied, 100% Pinot Noir. Pairing: Beef, Roasted Chicken, Salmon, Special Occasion! 3. *Bordeaux Chateau Cadillac, 2011, $24 Medium Bodied, Blend of all Bordeaux varietals Pairing: Filet Mignon, BBQ, Roast Chicken 4. Bordeaux Superieur Chateau Reignac Bordeaux Superieur “Balthus”, 2005, $65 “Superieur” refers not to quality of the product, but to the geographic location between the Left and Right Banks of the River. 2005 is arguably one of the best vintages in recent history, and critics claim this wine as “Bordeaux’s insider’s secret that goes toe to toe with Chateau Lafite and Petrus.” Medium Bodied red. Blend of all Bordeaux varietals, but predominately Merlot Pairing: Filet Mignon, BBQ, Roast Chicken 5. Chateauneuf du Pape Lucien Barrot et Fils, Rhone Valley, 2009, $58 Medium Bodied red. Blend of all Bordeaux varietals, but predominately Merlot Pairing: Filet Mignon, Lamb, Grilled Chicken 6. *Rhone Domaine Christia, 2012, $24 100% Grenache, Medium Bodied, Moderate Tannins, Fruity Pairing: Hors d’ Oeuvres, Vegetables, Roast Chicken Easy drinking Party wine! 7. Beaujolais Village Mommessin, 2011, $18 Dry, Light Bodied Wine, 100% Gamay Pairing: Chicken (Grilled or Roasted), Halibut, Pork, Grilled Vegetables, Pizza. Picnic, BLT, Dried Fruits, Everything at Thanksgiving So versatile! Great “Party Wine”. Serve at room temperature or chilled. 8. Languedoc, Provence Triennes, 2011, $24 Cabernet, Syrah, Grenache, Light red wine Pairing: Picnic, Light BBQ, Chicken Please open the Temperature Controlled Cellar and select your wine. *Available by the Glass in the Restaurant. We offer a 10% discount off case prices. C A L I FO R N IA & P A C I F I C N O R THW E S T 9. Pinot Noir Talbott, 2011, “Kali Hart”, Monterey, CA, $24 Light to Full Bodied Fruity Red Wine. 100% Estate Grown Grapes Pairing: Quiche, BLT, Spinach Salad, Pork Loin, Salmon, Chicken, Lean Beef 10. Cabernet Sauvignon Ladera, 2007, Napa Valley, $96 Full Bodied Red Wine Pairing: Beef (all preparations), our Hamburger, our Filet of Beef Sandwich, Rosemary 11. Cabernet Sauvignon Raymond Family, 2010, “Sommelier Selection” North Coast, CA, $26 Crafted by a group of influential sommeliers for restaurants only. The grapes in the North Coast appellation come from Napa Valley, Sonoma County and Lake County. Each fruit source adds a certain dimension to the finished wine: Napa Valley provides excellent terroir, Sonoma County adds structure and acidity and Lake County adds red, jammy fruit. Pairing: see above 12. Merlot Brander, 2010, San Ynez, $27.95 Medium Bodied Red, Full Flavored, Fruit Notes Pairing: Beef, Pork Loin, Chicken, Salmon, Meatloaf, Pizza, Turkey 13. Oregon Pinot Noir Foris, 2011, Rogue River, $24 Light to Full Bodied, typically less fruity than California Pinot Noir Pairing: Pork Loin, Salmon, Chicken, Lean Beef 14. Oregon Pinot Noir Domain Drouhin, Dundee Hills, Willamette Valley, 2011, $55 Medium to Full Bodied, Earthy. Burgundian in style, and from the famed Drouhin family in Burgundy. Pairing: Mushrooms, Swiss Chard Tart, Swiss Chard and Mushroom Lasagna, Pork Loin, Salmon (all preparations), Chicken, Lean Beef 15. Zinfandel Dry Creek Heritage Vines, Sonoma, 2010, $24 Medium to Full Bodied Red, Spicy Berry and Pepper Flavors Pairing: Bolognese, Sour Cherry Chicken, Rosemary, Lamb, Ratatouille, Red Meats- especially BBQ and grilled, Pork Ribs, Spicy Thai Beef, Lasagna, Authentic Mexican Food, Grilled Vegetables, Roast Turkey, Anything Spicy Please open the Temperature Controlled Cellar and select your wine. *Available by the Glass in the Restaurant. We offer a 10% discount off case prices. I TALY 16. Chianti Classico, DOCG Felsina, 2010, Castelnuovo Berardenga, $32 Light to Medium Bodied wine from the Piedmont Region. 100% Sangiovese Pairing: our BLT sandwich, our Hamburger, our Bolognese, Chicken (grilled and roasted), Red Meat, Pasta with Cheese and Vegetable or Tomato Sauce, Risotto, Grilled Salmon, Lettuce Salads, 17. Tuscan Red Blend (“Super Tuscan”) 642 Maremma 2009, $22 Medium Bodied, High Acidity, Predominately Sangiovese Pairing: Parmesan Toast! Sundried Tomato Terrine! Our Bolognese, Lasanga both Traditional and Vegetable, Simple Pastas, Tomato Sauces and Tomato Based Dishes, Grilled Steak. Easy drinking, everyday, and versatile. 18. Barolo Vietti, Castiglione, 2007, $72 Dry, Bitter, Tannic, Full-Flavored Red from the Piedmont Region Pairing: Beef, Bleu & Parmesan Cheeses (Terrines! Parm Toast!) O TH E R V AR IE TA L S 18. * Malbec, Argentina Santa Julia, $15 Full bodied, Rich in Tannins, Dried Fruit and Black Currant Notes Pairing: Empanadas, Beef (Roasted, BBQ, Grilled Steak), Paella 19. Rioja, Spain Vina Ardanza, La Rioja Alta, 2004, $50 Medium to Full Bodied with Taut Tannins, Tempranillo and Grenache from 30 year old vines; A fine example of the traditional style Pairing: Charcoal Grilled Beef, Pork, Stews, Sautéed or Stewed Vegetables, Paella 20. Shiraz, Australia Rolf Binder “Hales Vineyard”, 2010, Barossa Valley, $24 Full Bodied Red from Syrah grapes, Exclusive to Australia Pairing: Lamb, BBQ and BBQ Sauce (especially Beef, Chicken and Pork Ribs) Grilled Tuna, Salmon, Grilled Steak. Please open the Temperature Controlled Cellar and select your wine. *Available by the Glass in the Restaurant. We offer a 10% discount off case prices. “ With good friends and good food on the board, and good wine in the pitcher, we may well ask when shall we live if not now? ” -M.F.K Fisher 375 ML B OTTLES HALF BOTTLES 21. California Chardonnay Au Bon Climat, $16.95 Pairing: Chicken Sandwiches, Turkey Sandwiches, Salads, our Pasta with Seafood in Cream Sauce 22. Chablis Grand Regnard, $27.95 presented in a beautiful replica of an old 17th century bottle From the most northern area of Burgundy, Flinty and Mineral taste, Balanced Acidity. Pairing: White Fish, Shellfish (especially Grilled Shrimp) 23. Red Bordeaux Chateau Cadillac, 2011, $16.50 Medium Bodied Pairing: BBQ, Filet Mignon, Fried or Roasted Chicken Also available in 750 ml 24. Rioja, Spain Vina Ardanza, La Rioja Alta, 2001, $24 Medium to Full Bodied Spanish Wine Pairing: Beef, Pork, Stews, Sautéed or Stewed Vegetables Also available in 750 ml Please open the Temperature Controlled Cellar and select your wine. *Available by the Glass in the Restaurant. We offer a 10% discount off case prices.
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