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Wine List

Sparkling Wine - $27

Poema Cava Brut
Cava is Spain's traditional method sparkling wine, produced mainly in the Penedès region in northeastern Spain. Crisp, fruity and well-balanced, consumers are drawn to the straightforward flavor and long-lasting bubbles. It has vibrant aromas of ripe peaches, pears and toasted bread with a hint of spice. The palate is dry with a rich, creamy texture. Layers of flavor include orange rind and spice that persists through an elegant finish.

White Wine - $22

Trapiche ChardonnaySuggested Pairings:
Established in 1883 and located in Mendoza at the foothills of the Andes Mountains, Trapiche is the most widely recognized Argentinean wine producer in the world. The chardonnay has a fruity aroma of red apples and ripe pineapple. Clean and dry on the palate, with fresh acidity and a soft, long finish.Pairs well with shellfish, pork, fish, crab, and Asian cuisine.
Villa Antinori Toscana Bianco Pinot GrigioSuggested Pairings:
Coming from the ancient Antinori family tradition of fine wines dating back to the early 13th century, this wine is soft on the palate with a fine aromatic persistence. The aromas recall bananas, orange flowers, and roses.Pairs well with seafood, light pastas, and cheese cracker combinations.
Chateau St. Michelle Vintage RieslingSuggested Pairings:
This Riesling consistently delivers classic Washington state Riesling characters of juicy peach, ripe pear, and melon, with subtle mineral notes that are versatile and easy to drink.Pairs well with spicy Asian cuisine, summer salads, fresh fruit, or as an aperitif.
Nobilo Sauvignon BlancSuggested Pairings:
With 300 years of family winemaking tradition, each bottle is a promise of New Zealand winmaking at it finest. It has a distinct fresh flavor of melon and citrus.Pairs well with seafood, light pastas, salads, and cheese cracker combinations.

Red Wine - $22

Garzon Tannat ReserveSuggested Pairings:
This noble wine is made with estate grown grapes and harvested and sorted by hand from Garzon, Uraguay. The wine is aged in French barrels. The grape clusters are handled with care to allow them to express their varietal character and uniqueness.Pairs well with red meats, especially a juicy barbecued steak, grilled and smoked foods.
Messina Hof Barrel ReserveSuggested Pairings:
A rich blend of Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, this full-bodied Texas wine is aged in European oak followed by American oak. It embodies wonderfully integrated fruit and oak with rich cherry-vanilla and violet flavors.Pairs well with grilled meats, game, and spicy sauces.
La Crema 2015 Pinot NoirSuggested Pairings:
This California wine has a lingering finish with sweet spice, and tastes of red cherry, orange zest, and Monterey minerality. With aromas of plum, raspberry, and blood orange, this wine has a balanced acidity, with integrated toasty barrel spice.Pairs well with Italian sausage with peppers and onions, mushroom risotto, or gruyere cheese. Also excellent with simple grilled chicken or fish.
Messina Hof BeauSuggested Pairings:
Beau is the red wine naturally sweet for Moscato lovers. It is an excellent blend of assorted grown grapes and Muscat Canelli; the subtle elements of the Muscat produce a fresh and floral portrayal. It is the perfect red wine for semi-sweet white palates. Fruity and floral, this Beau is soft, light and contains a wonderful sweetness, a true tribute to beauty.Pairs well with spicy food, BBQ, or Tex-Mex.

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