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Cabernet Sauvignon makes the most dependable candidate for aging, with age, its distinctive black currant aroma can develop bouquet nuances of cedar, violets, cherry, and its typically tannic edge may soften and smooth considerably.
Charles Krug – Napa $50
Coppola Claret – California $36
Gotham Barossa – Australia $30 $8.50
Hogue Genesis – Washington $27 $7.50
Merlot tends to be less distinctive and slightly more herbaceous overall in both aroma and taste. Showing hints of violet, plums, caramel, clove and green olive.
Merryvale Starmont – Napa $42
Powers – Washington $27 $7.50
Avalon – Napa $25 $7.00
Great Pinot Noir creates a lasting impression on the palate and in the memory. Its aroma is often one of the most complex of all varietals and can be intense with a ripe-grape or black cherry aroma, frequently accented by a pronounced smooth light texture that suggests cinnamon, or mint.
Wild Horse – Central Coast $50
Stephen Vincent – California $30
Firesteed – Oregon $27 $7.50
Hahn – California $25 $7.00
Zinfandel has a very fruity, raspberry-like aroma and favor. The most common aroma and flavor descriptors used with Zinfandel are when paired with outdoor-grilled steaks or chops or meat that has been stewed with or stuffed with fruit.
Cline Big Break – Napa/Sonoma $38
Ravenswood Zen of Zen – California $28 $8.00
A-mano Primitivo – Italy $24 $6.50
Syrah forms intense wines with deep violet, nearly black color, and richness, and often high in its percentage of alcohol, with aromas that tend to be more spicy then fruity.
Forefathers – Mclaren, Australia $35
Houge Genesis – Washington $32 $9.00
Santa Ema Syrah – Chile $27 $7.50
One of the traditional “Bordeaux varietals”, Malbec has characteristics that fall somewhere between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Malbec, a midseason ripener, can bring very deep color, ample tannin, hints of spice and a particular plum-like flavor component to add complexity to claret blends.
Kaiken Ultra – Chile $42
Norton Reseve – Argentina $33 $9.00
Punto Final – Chile $27
Pascual Toso – Argentina $26 $7.00
All wines under this category are blends and indigenous to the region or appellations in which they are grown – Carmenere-Chile, Tempranillo-Spain. All offering wonderful experiences from even the smallest of wineries.
Norton Privada – Argentina $40
Montes Alpha Carmenere – Chile $38
Santa Ema Amplus One – Chile $36 $10.00
Castillo Labasitida Crianza – Spain $30 $8.50
Rivarey Tempranillo – Spain $25 $6.50
Italy has very diverse wine-growing regions, the cool mountainous climate of piedmont or the temperate central region of Tuscany. Yields bold, lusty, full-bodied sensations.
Rocca Chianti Classico Reserva – Tuscany $42
Bertani Secco Valpolicella – Italy $34
Cecchi Natio Chianti – Tuscany $30 $8.50
Capestrano Multipulciano – Italy $27 $7.50
Rich is the word that best describes Chardonnay and explains its popularity. Its aroma is distinct, yet delicate and easy to recognize. It often smells like apples and peaches. Aged in steel, it gives a crisp, clean, floral taste and oak barrels to bring out that buttery flavor that is so well known.
Dry Creek – Sonoma $38
Merryvale Starmont – Napa $32 $9.00
Fairhills – South Africa $27 $7.50
The varietal identity of Sauvignon Blanc is typically very floral with scents of apricots and green apples, bell-pepper, or grapefruit. New Zealanders liken it to “gooseberry.” With naturally high acidity Sauvignon Blanc is always tangy, tart, nervy, racy, or zesty, and this character pervades even sweet and dessert versions.
Fleur Du Cap – South Africa $28 $8.00
Artisian – California $26 $7.00
Riesling has a powerful and distinctive floral and apple-like aroma that frequently mixes in mineral elements from its vineyard source and is often described as “sweet.” Its high natural level of Tartaric acid enables it to balance even high levels of residual sugar.
Hopler – Austria $32
Shelton Riesling – North Carolina $27 $7.50
Clean Slate – South Germany $25 $6.50
Pinot Grigio is usually delicately fragrant and mildly floral with lightly lemon-citrus flavors. Depending upon ripeness at harvest and vinification technique, Pinot Gris can be tangy and light, or quite rich, round and full bodied.
Kenwood Pinot Gris – California $35
Torre De Luna – Italy $28 $8.00
Geyser Peak – Sonoma $27
Sartori D’Verona – Italy $26 $7.00
All wines under this category are blends and indigenous to the region or appellations in which they are grown.
Conundrum – California $50
Zaca Mesa Viognier – California $34
Klosterdoktor Spatlese – Germany $27 $7.50
Norton Torrontes – Argentina $25 $6.00
Italian whites have a character all of their own. Crisp, soft, and highly acidic, they are made to compliment food, not overpower it. Grapes like Chardonnay that are dominant elsewhere tend to be more rich from Italian soil.
Bertani Due Uve – Italy $33
Banfi Principassa Gavi – Italy $30 $8.50
Cecchi Vernaccia D’Montauto – Italy $28 $8.00
Banfi Centine Bianco – Italy $27 $7.50
Wine with carbonation, some sweet, others a great aperitif or dessert compliment.
Moët & Chandon Imperial NV – France $65
Marenco Moscato D’Asti – Italy $27
Marenco Brachetto D’Aqui – Italy $35
Ricossa Moscato D’Asti – Italy $28
Martini & Rossi Asti – Italy $32
Martini & Rossi Prosecco – Italy $30
Martinis and Drinks
Twisted Cosmo – Orange vodka, Chambord, triple sec, cranberry, and lime
Caramel Apple Crush – Vodka, apple and butterscotch schnapps, and sour mix
Cherry Cheesecake – Cherry and vanilla vodka with cranberry and grenadine
Black and White Cookie – Vanilla vodka, crème de cocoa, and bailey’s
Pomegranate Margarita – Tequila, sour mix, pomegranate juice, and cranberry
Almond Joy – Vodka, coconut rum, hazelnut liqueur, and crème de cocoa
Vegas’tini – Crown, peach schnapps, and cranberry
Key Lime Pie – Vanilla vodka, coconut rum, lime juice, pineapple, and cream
Blue Bomb – Cherry vodka, blue curacao, Chambord and red bull
Champagne Martini – Vodka, Chambord, cranberry, pineapple, and champagne
Créme Brulee Martini – Vanilla vodka, Frangelico, Cointreau, and cream
Bikini Martini – Malibu, blue curacao, pineapple, and orange
Gummi Bear – Mandarin and raspberry vodkas, Midori, peach, cranberry and strawberry mix
Cherry Berry – Cherry and berry vodka, cranberry, and splash grenadine
Coconut Cloud – Vodka, vanilla extract, and coconut cream
Mandarin Mojito – Rum, mint, fresh orange, lime, sugar, and club soda
Sangria – House red wine, fruit juices, raspberry schnapps and splash soda – $6.50
Norman White Zinfandel – Paso Robles $20 $5.50
Forest Glen White Merlot – Sonoma $20 $5.50
Sandeman Ruby Port $4
Sandeman Tawny Port $4
Budweiser Killian’s $3.75
Bud Light Newcastle $3.75
Miller Lite Guinness $4.25
Coors Light Heineken $3.75
Michelob Ultra Corona $3.75
Yuengling Amstel Light $3.75
$2.75 Bass Ale $3.75
Guinness Can $4.25
Blue Moon $3.75
Anchor Steam $3.75 Stella Artois $4.25
Anchor Liberty $3.75
Old Fogher $5.25
Sam Adams $3.75 Bucker $3.75
Sam Adams Seasonal $3.75
Glass – WHITE and RED $5.50
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