From the Cellar

White Blush/Dessert & Champagne         
  1. Beringer Founder's Estate Cabernet (Napa Valley)
    Beringer Founders' Estate wines combine the legacy of Beringer quality with everyday value. Founders' Estate wines are meant to be enjoyed immediately, and they display a delicate balance of fruit and acidity, so they can be paired with a variety of foods. Each varietal is true to its classic characteristics, with a consistently smooth and fruit-forward profile. Ripe dark fruits are accented by hints of cedar and dark chocolate aromas. The mouthfeel is dense and lush, with juicy red and blue berries and a rich structure.

  2. Five Rivers Cabernet
    Our Paso Robles Cab is deep, dense and rich. Aromas of hazelnut, currant and black plum with toasted oak from the mélange of French, American and Hungarian oak barrels. A full mouthfeel with plush tannins, flavors of plum and a lingering tobacco finish.

  3. Blackstone Cabernet (California)
    Our Cabernet Sauvignon shows vibrant blackberry and red cherry flavors with notes of cinnamon and toasted nuts. Various beef dishes, hearty risotto, and creamy bread pudding.

  4. Louis Martini Sonoma Cabernet
    The Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon was crafted from several of the county’s most prestigious appellations in the Alexander Valley and the Dry Creek Valley. The Cabernet Sauvignon grapes were blended seamlessly to bring together the unique characteristics of each vineyard, creating a superbly balanced Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine has fresh red plum and blackberry jam aromas and flavors that are supported by caramelized and toasted oak notes. The round, full mouthfeel has just enough structure to lead into a fruit-focused finish.

  5. Kendal Jackson Special Select Cabernet (California)
    Black plum, boysenberry and cherry flavors abound in the glass amongst the violet, chocolate and cedar notes. This wine is smooth with tannins that are refined and round.

  1. Beringer Founder's Estate Merlot (Napa Valley)
    The Beringer Founders' Estate Merlot is approachable and delicious. Hints of plum and brown spice on the nose compliment the boysenberry, blackberry and blueberry finish on the palate. It's well-balanced, soft tannins make this wine a perfect accompaniment to a variety of foods, such as grilled meats or hearty vegetable dishes.

  2. Clos Du Bois Merlot (Sonoma County)
    This lush, velvety Merlot has a deep, inky, ruby-red color with heady aromas of cedar, tobacco, blackberry, and baking spices. Concentrated flavors of dark chocolate, espresso, mocha, black cherry, and blackberry are followed by a toasty oak finish. The wine is round and full-bodied with silky tannins.

  1. Yellowtail Pinot Noir
    Vibrant cherry and rasberry flavors. Earthy notes add complexity to the well balanced tannins in this lively Pinot Noir wine. Long flavorful finish.

  2. Estancia Pinto Noir (California)
    Ruby red, Aroma Raspberry, baking spice, cigar box, black cherries, bright fruit and nicely integrated oak. Flavor Medium-bodied, showing rich, concentrated fruit balanced by elegant tannins and a lingering silky finish.

  3. Cambria Julies Vineyard Pinot Noir (Santa Maria Valley)
    Dark cherry, strawberry and pomegranate. An underlying earthiness balances the fruit characters.
    • From the garden: Mushrooms and trufes, roasted tomatoes, caramelized onions, lentils, beets, winter greens, cherries, pomegranates, figs, persimmons, hazelnuts.
    • From the field: Duck, roast chicken or quail, grilled pork loin, rack of lamb, filet mignon.

  1. Yellowtail Shiraz
    Yellow Tail Shiraz Cabernet is a classic Australian blend. Shiraz brings rich plum, cassis and raspberry flavours that complement the subtle mint and chocolate notes that come from the Cabernet Sauvignon. The palate is bursting with red berry flavours and soft, round tannins.

  2. Black Opal Shiraz (Australia)
    Intense color, flavor and soft tannins from grape skins. Partial oak maturation with some parcels left un-oaked to enhance the primary fruit characters.

  3. Alamos Malbec (Argentina)
    Alamos Malbec has a dark purple color with violet highlights. The nose offers bright black cherry aromas with light floral notes and a touch of toast. The mouthfeel is full and rich, with ripe, concentrated cassis and black raspberry fruit interwoven with a touch of chocolate and sweet spice from light oak aging. The finish shows ripe, silky tannins.

  4. Apothic Red (California)
    Apothic Red reveals intense fruit aromas and flavors of rhubarb and black cherry, complemented by hints of mocha, chocolate, brown spice and vanilla. The plush, velvety mouthfeel and the smooth finish round out this intriguing, full-bodied red blend

  5. Ravenswood Zinfandel (California)
    Big, bold, and brazen enough to call any Zin’s bluff, our 2009 vintage is the real deal—with seductive aromas of black cherry, raspberry, blueberry, and a splinter of oak. Its fruit flavors, flexible tannins, and a lingering finish are all the proof you need. Matches well with a big ol’ bowl of red-sauce pasta or a mega plate of barbecued pork ribs

  6. Louis Jadot Beaujolais Village (France)
    Ruby-red. Enticing aromas of raspberry, cherry pie and smoky herbs. Sweet and juicy but tight, with tangy flavors of redcurrant, spicecake and cracked pepper. Finishes brisk and tight, with good clarity. This is quite a bit more serious than the straight Beaujolais, and offers less mainstream appeal; I like its vibrancy and focus

  7. Da Vinci Chianti (Italy)
    DaVinci Chianti is a well-balanced wine of medium weight with jammy flavors of ripe plums, cherries and red fruit. It has a deep crimson color and is a lively wine with a soft mineral finish and round tannins that linger in long, peppery finish. This wine pairs perfectly with all starters, pastas and meat dishes and is best when served slightly below room temperature (64°F).