Food & Libation

Wine

“Quickly, bring me a beaker of wine, so that I 

may wet my mind and say something clever. “   

~Aristophanes

Quaff

Stones Throw Pimm’s Cup Housemade Pimm’s & Ginger Beer 9

Champagne Cocktail w/ Bitters & Bubbles  9

Long Shot Saffron Vermouth, Cocchi Torino, & Peychauds 9

Juniper Ascending  Kina, Juniper Vermouth, Cappelletti, & Sherry 9

 Draft Wines    glass/half bottle/full bottle               

Sauvignon Blanc 2016 Martella Central Coast, CA 9/18/36

Grenache/Cinsault Rosé 2016 Clos Cibonne Provence, FR 13/26/52

Grenache/Syrah/ Mourvèdre 2016 Preston Dry Creek, CA 9/18/36

Zinfandel 2014 Hendry Napa, CA 12/24/48

Pinot Noir 2016 Stephen Ross Santa Lucia Highlands, CA 12/24/48

Malbec 2016 Santa Julian Mendoza, Argentina 11/22/44

Bubbles

 Crémant de Loire  

NV M. Bonnamy Brut  Loire, France  12/46

We alway look forward to getting these bubbles back on the menu each year.  Crowd pleaser if there ever was one, beautiful fruit, tart red cherries, and a dollop of strawberry cream on top of it all. Luscious, watermelon Jolly-Rancher, pretty.

Lambrusco Grasparossa

  Fattoria Moretto Frizzante Secco Emilia-Romagna, Italy  12/46

Lambrusco is the ultimate summertime red, perfectly suited for all things meaty and delicious.  This wine is bright and well-balanced with sweet blackberry and a dry, chalky minerality with invigorating acidity. Lambrusco at its finest!

Champagne

 Moutard Brut ‘Grande Cuvee’ NV  Côte des Bar, France 32 (375ml)

A great little house nestled in the cool, southern stretches of Champagne, made with 100% Pinot Noir, a rich mouthfilling wine with loads of texture.  Brioche, strawberry, red apple.

White

Crisp & Refreshing

Loureiro/Arinto/Trajadura

2016 Conde Villar Vinho Verde, Portugal 10/38 

With its light fizz and slight fruity character, this is a classic summer day’s drinking wine. It is bright, light, with apples and a crisp lemon finish, light as a feather. Lemon drop, pineapple, spritzy.

Grüner Veltliner

2015 Petra Unger ‘Q’  Kremstal, Austria 11/42 

 It’s always nice to branch out and drink something that’s not Sauvignon Blanc.  Grüner Veltliner is a no-brainer, it consistently over delivers with its solid lemon-lime core, brisk acidity, and its signature spicy, white pepper zing on the finish.   Yellow plums, caraway seed, golden delicious apple. 

Aromatic & Lush

Viura/Malvasia

2017 Ostatu Blanco  Rioja, Spain 11/42 

 While Rioja is certainly well known for their red wines, their whites often get overlooked and under appreciated. We’ll let you in on a little secret, the white wines are exceptional in terms of value, uniqueness, and all around drinkability. Fresh, fruity, fabulous.

Riesling

2014 Selbach Oster ‘Feinherb’ Mosel, Germany 12/46

This is a delicate and subtley sweet wine with nuances of quince and tropical fruit backed by a touch of salty minerality and balanced by crunchy acidity.  The kind of lip-smacking wine you could drink at any hour and never feel bad. Peach, apricot, apple. 

  Chubby & Satisfying 

Chardonnay

2016 Bodega Aniello ‘006’  Patagonia, Argentina 12/46

Since Chardonnay is grown the world over it’s alway intriguing to find new places that are vinifying this ubiquitous grape and see what their corner of the earth can do with it.  It doesn’t get any more remote or majestic than Patagonia, cold nights and hot days makes for steely wines with a snappy finish. Green apple, white peach, lemon zest. 

Red 

Bright & Juicy

 Gamay

2016 Harel Beaujolais Villages ‘Les Grandes Terres’, France 13/50

Oh the exciting things that are happening in Beaujolais these days.  Young, talented winemakers doing their best to transform a wine region from the status quo to that of a hotbed for low intervention winemaking with outstanding, noteworthy wines.  Bright, fresh, aromatic. 

Layered & Rich

Cabernet Sauvignon  

2014 Marietta ‘Arme’  Sonoma, California  15/58

Great domestic cabernet is always a tough find given the higher cost of producing these wines.  When we do ferret one out it becomes an instant favorite. This wine is decidedly old school in its profile, dark stone fruit, black olive, herbs, more structure, serious wine for not a lot of money.  Tobacco, licorice, cigar box.

Grenache 

2014 Famille Perrin Rasteau L’Andeol  Côtes du Rhône, France 12/46

Full, dark and dense, the result of a hotter micro-climate within the Southern Rhône area of Rasteau.  There’s a massive meaty side to this wine with chewy rustic tannins that finish with flavors of roasted figs and dark chocolate. Roasted red fruit, vanilla, cocoa.

Earthy & Dry 

Barbera

 2014 Monchiero Carbone ‘Pelisa’  Piedmont, Italy 14/54

This lively wine doles out juicy black cherry, raspberry, clove and orange zest alongside vibrant acidity with supple, mouth filling tannins that make this wine as smooth as they come.  Red berry, rose, tilled soil. 

Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon

2014 Château Cap de Merle  Lussac-Saint-Emilion, France 13/50

Bordeaux isn’t what it used to be, most young wine drinkers know the region as an abstraction, it’s what old, rich white men drink.  While that’s true, it’s hard to brush off two of the worlds most recognizable red grapes and, bottom line, there’s some really good, affordable wine if you know where to look and, luckily, we do.  Tobacco, raspberry, cassis.

Draft Beer

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