Wines by the Bottle 2013
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2011 Guild, White Wine (Pinot Gris/Pinot Blanc/Gewurztraminer), (Oregon) 16
This blend begins with intensity which rounds out an apple-drenched, tropical fruit, ripe pear profile with just a touch of sweetness. Perfect for a fall afternoon!
2011 Palazone Umbria Bianco (Italy) 16
Gorgeous straw gold color, aromas of lemongrass, honeysuckle and watermelon rind with a fresh,zesty, food friendly finish.
2009 Terre di Passione Pinot Grigio (Italy) 17
Citrus and apple flavors with crisp acidity and a lingering finish.
2010 Zee Chardonnay (South Africa) 17
Hints of spice & honey with lemon, lime & papaya flavors that offer a fresh, fruit finish.
2010 Carneros Highway Chardonnay (California) 22
Modern style, lush chardonnay with a touch of minerality. Fresh, crisp & balanced acidity with buttery finish.
2010 Grochau Pinot Blanc (Oregon) 20
A high acid, still ripe style, with a tight mix of apple, lemon and various other citrus. There is a pleasing floral component as well.
2011 Nisia Verdejo (Spain) 20
Aromas of grapefruit, lemon, pear and white pepper kick start the flavors of this wine. Crisp minerality on the palate with a long, rich finish.
2008 Koehler-Ruprecht, Kanitnett Trocken, Pinot Blanc, Pfalz, (Germany) 21
This elegant and dry wine provides aromas of peach and honey with a touch of sake and smokiness. Creamy, full-bodied finish.
2011 La Bellanotte Pinot Grigio (Italy) 22
This wine is fresh, firm and full on the palate with creamy & silky citrus notes.
2011 Cochon Petite Cochon Blanc (California) 23
Aromas of orange blossoms, honeysuckle, nectarines & peaches. Balancing richness & texture, this wine shows tremendous zest & purity for a long, persistent finish.
2011 Mohua Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) 16
An elegant wine with aromas of passionfruit and lime, combined with an expressive palate of ripe melon & grapefruit.
2011 Fairhall Downs Sauvignon Blanc (Marlborough, New Zealand) 24
This clear and bright white has aromas of citrus and tropical fruits with a mid-rich palate.
2009 Sancerre – Sauvignon Blanc (France) 33
Beautiful light gold color with citrus flavors, balanced acidity and medium finish.
2009 Mohua Pinot Gris (New Zealand) 24
Aromas of pink grapefruit, gooseberry & lemon jumpstart this white leaving your palate with a crisp.
2011 Vernaccia Di San Gimignano (Italy) 26
This fresh & fragrant white is apple infused with a soft finish.
2011 Manzoni Pinot Gris (California) 28
Aromas of mandarin orange, brioche, and apple. Lush body and ripe acidity with apple, pear and
2010 Lagar de Costa Albarino (Spain) 30
Distinct flavors of white peach, apricot, melon and mango. It's combination of vibrant acidity and full palate is what makes this wine so unique. Pairs well with shellfish, chicken, veal or pasta dishes and cheeses.
Canella Prosecco (Italy) 15
Delicate apple and almond scents introduce a zestful palate, where crisp acidity is balanced
by an intriguing touch of softness. Ideal both as an aperitif and as an all-around food wine.
2011 Fiction “Rose White” Paso Robles, (California) 16
Notes of strawberry cream soda, kiwi, guava, watermelon. Very refreshing and ready for Spring!
Tiamo Prosecco (Italy) 18
Straw yellow with fresh, fruity aromas of apples and pears with a hint of citrus fruit.
Graham Beck Brut (South Africa) 20
This copper-gold sparkling wine kicks off with notes of tangerines, spicy oak and a hint of exotic fruit.
2011 One Time Spaceman Rose (California) 20
A Blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre Aromatic nose with herbaceous plants and strawberries with hints of caramel. Clean and dry finish.
SUMMERTIME IN A BOTTLE!!!!!! Great with a variety of foods.
2011 Moscato D’Asti “Primo Bacio” (Italy) 22
A bouquet of aromatic flowers, sage & rosemary. A long & persistent finish with nice notes of sweet & mature fruit.
2008 Kamiak Rock Lake Red (Washington) 16
58% Merlot, 33% Syrah, 8% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Malbec,Aromas of smoked anise, violets & cherry playfully intertwine with hints of juniper berry. The entry of this wine is soft & silky—lots of bright fruit flavors combine with savory elements sprinkled with black pepper followed with a long plum finish.
2009 Terre Di Passione Valpolicella (Italy) 16
This valpolicella is 100% Corvina with a lighter, silkier texture followed by flavors or sour cherries & plums. The long finish completes the experience of this wine.
2011 Reserve Des Capucins, Cotes De Rhone (France) 18
This wine has an intense ruby color and bouquet of red fruits, spices and earthy brushwood. Well balanced on the palate, it is a rich red wine with supple tannins.
2010 Tortoise Creek Pinot Noir (France) 20
Aromas of violets and ripe red raspberries followed by a clean, juicy finish that is mouthwatering.
2010 Highway 12 Carneros Pinot Noir (California) 24
Full bodied, Old World style Pinot. Rich in color and acidity. Flavors of black cherry, wild berry and sage. Earthy, smoky finish.
2009 Jelu Estate Pinot Noir (Argentina) 24
This is a hearty red wine, medium-bodied with wild raspberries and black cherries on the palate.
2009 Mohua Pinot Noir (New Zealand) 28
Aromas of dried fruits jumpstart this wine experience. The palate has sweet cherry, plum and raspberries with full mouth feel, fine tannin structure and a long warm finish.
2006 PB Hein Vineyards Syrah (California) 18
Full-bodied boysenberry and cherry flavors. Gold Medal Winner @ 2010 SF Chronicle Wine Competition.
2009 Gordon Syrah (Washington) 24
Aromas of mint & sage with touches of oregano. Full flavored with plum, raspberry and dates, finishing with hints of toasted marshmallows. Juicy and crisp with firm but gentle tannins.
2007 Jorian Hill Syrah (California) 24
Nearly opaque purple in color, this rich Syrah offers an abundance of dark berry fruit, pepper, cocoa & espresso bean. On the palate, this wine is big, full bodied and viscous that segues to a complex & intriguing finish.
2009 Chateau Pech-Latt Corbieres “Vieilles Vignes” (France) 30
This dark red wine starts with hints of red & black cherries. Intense fruitiness blending with spices that creates a smooth, silky & long finish.