By the Glass


Canella Prosecco –  Conegliano, (VT) Italy   9.75/28.50
Pale, golden straw in color. Bubbles are full textured and persistent. On the nose the wine
brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white flowers.


Chateau Haut Rian, Bordeaux Blanc 2009 – Bordeaux, France 6.50/19.00
Dry, clean & crisp with citrus notes. 35% Sauvignon Blanc/65% Semillon

Martin Codax, Albarino 2008 – Rias Baixas, Spain 7.00/21.00
Mandarin, lime, pear & cold blossom. Medium bodied. Lengthy dry finish.

Joseph Drouhin, Chardonnay 2008 – Macon  Villages, France 8.00/24.00
Bright in color with a floral and fruity nose. Very straightforward and direct on the palate, as if biting into a grape. Fresh and light, with a very pleasant aftertaste.

Santa Digna, Sauvignon Blanc 2008 – Curico, Chile 8.00/24.00
Fresh, pale gold color with a blend of tropical fruit notes with the addition of apple and fennel.
Silky on the pallet with good acid structure in its prolonged finish.

Cantina Cortaccia, Pinot Grigio 2008 – Alto Adige, Italy 8.25/24.50
Soft & full. Scents of tropical fruit, golden apple & pear. Concentrated, long finish.


Gran Familia, Rioja 2007 – Rioja, Spain 7.00/21.00
90% Tempernillo/10% Graciano
Complex bouquet of stewed fruit. Notes of smoke, cedar & earth.

Ique, Malbec 2009 – Mendoza Argentina 8.50/25.50
Intense ruby-red with violet hints in color, it possesses fruity aromas which remind one of fresh
red fruits and white pepper. Firm structure, soft lush tannins and satisfying end.

J.Lohr, Merlot 2008 – Paso Robles, CA 8.00/24.00
Black cherry and pomegranate aromas are complimented by an oak signature reminiscent of
cedar and dark chocolate. Finely textured tannins approach bright and lively on the palate with a
finish of Rainier cherry fruit.

Mac Murray, Pinot Noir 2008 – Sonoma, CA 10.00/30.00
Distinctive cherry and strawberry flavors accentuated by sweet vanilla notes and

Bridlewood, Syrah 2006 – Central Coast, CA 8.00/24.00
Berry flavors with rich fig undertones. Soft tannins. Long, clean finish

Delas Freres, Côtes-du-Rhône 2008 – Rhone Valley, France 8.50/25.00
Approximately 90% Syrah, 10% Grenache
The Saint-Esprit’s deep color has a dark, plum-like hue. The nose is classical Syrah, with berry fruit, violet, licorice and spices. It has a full, rounded palate with delicate tannins. Saint-Esprit is a unique wine in the Côtes-du-Rhône appellation and can be paired with Provençale-style cuisine, game, stuffings and mixed grills.

Rock & Vine, Cabernet Sauvignon 2008 – North Coast, CA 9.50/28.00
North Coast, California
79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Franc, 2% Petite Verdot & 1% Malbec
Bordeaux blend with aromas of rose petals, violets and red berries. Smooth tannins, earth & dust.

Matane, Primitivo 2008 – Puglia 9.00/25.00
100% Primitivo
Very deep ruby red with violet reflections; fruity, spicy and intense bouquet with notes of plum,
cherries, rosemary and vanilla. Full, mellow, well balanced.

Bottle List


Louis Roederer, Brut Premier (NV) Champagne, France 99
Pale golden color with delicate, persistent beading. Its rich yet subtle bouquet has hints of
hawthorn, almonds and toast. It has a clean attack and creamy structure. The inclusion of
reserve wines gives the complexity and roundness. A perfect balance between the vinosity
and fruitiness of the Pinot Noir and the finesse of the Chardonnay.

Louis Roederer, Rose (NV) Champagne, France 48
Salmon pink color with orangey-red glints. The bouquet exudes the exuberance of Pinot Noir
from the southern Cumières slopes: there is a burst of fresh, sweet red fruits, accompanied by
oral (acacia) and mineral hints with grilled and smoked overtones, brought together to form a
very full combination which is fresh, rich and refined.


Can Feixes, Blanc 2008 Penedes, Spain 24.50
20% Chardonnay, 40% Parellada, 34% Macabeo & 6% Malvasia
Stony and aromatic. Mineral accented lime, balanced with citrus peel flavors

Pieropan, Soave Classico 2008 Soave, Italy 27.00
Brilliant straw yellow, greenish hues; ample, delicate nose of almond and cherry blossoms,
elderberries and lilies of the valley; complex and structured on the palate, with good acidity,
silky texture, pleasingly bitter finish.

Martínsancho Verdejo 2009 Castilla y León, Spain 36.00
100% Verdejo
Highly extractive, herbaceous and minerally-complex Verdejo with a dry lingering finish

Villa Matilde, Falanghina 2008
Campania, Italy 28.00
Elegant floral. Distinct aromas of peach, banana & almond. Delicate notes of sage leaf

St. Urbans-Hof Riesling, 2008 Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany 30.00
Crisp and gruity Risesling with a hint of natural residual sweetness. This wine has a typical light character of the Riesling grape and the Style of the classic Mosel Riesling.


Papa Luna, 2006 Cataluna, Spain 29.00
(Garnacha 70%, Syrah 25%, Monastrell/Mazuelo5%)
Deep purple with crimson rim. Raspberry and cherry aromas punctuated by herbs and vanilla.
Full bodied fruit with fine tannins, crisp acidity, and a long smoky vanilla finish.
Finish: Long, smoky vanilla

Pio Cesare, Barbera d’ Aosta, Italy 2007 (100% Barbera) – 40.00
The Barbera grapes grown in the Barolo area, give full structure, plummy and complex flavor,
with spicy and ripe fruit, blackberry aroma and a hint of toasted tobacco.

Marqués de Murrieta Reserva Rioja 2005
Rioja, Spain – 40.00
This wine embodies ripe fruit qualities with a perfect balance of acidity and supple roundness on the palate, and a hint of new oak.

Port Wines


Graham’s Six Grapes – 6
Vintage Character

Ramos Pinto 10 yr. Tawny – 9

Graham’s LBV 2008 – 10
Late Bottle Vintage

Ramos Pinto Collector Port – 10
Ruby Port

Ramos Pinto Lagrima – 12
White Port



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