Sauvignon Blanc; $11
— Fresh, crisp and refreshing in the mouth, focusing
on bright floral and tropical notes married with the characters
of lemongrass in its long lingering finish.
Cabernet Sauvignon; $39
— The intense, velvety palate adds blueberry and
pomegranate, while a long, spicy finish leaves each sip
with lasting hints of nutmeg, clove and toasty oak.
— Floral, honeysuckle and a spicy fragrant nose
makes you think it is sweet, yet in reality it is dry.
Novelist" 2005 Meritage White; $18
— Centered flavors of Comice pear and baking spices
lead into crisp layers of citrus, with aromas of melon.
Cabernet Sauvignon; $30
— Big, ripe, sweet fruit characteristics in the
front of the mouth move right into a smooth and lingering
Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon; $52
— The flavors of the juicy full body fill the
mouth with a lush feeling of supple tannins that linger
on a long finish. Aromas feature blackberries with oak,
cherry and chocolate.
Belmuscato California Dessert Wine; $22
— Sweet, yet crisp with orange citrus, ripe peach,
honey and spicy Muscat aromas and flavors. Enjoy with fresh
fruit or as a dessert by itself.
Late Harvest Sauvignon Blanc; $16
— Dessert wine with a honeyed apricot character
and a delightful alternative to heavy desserts that will
age gracefully for a multitude of years.
Rosé of Syrah; $15
— Exotic, perfumed fruit and firm acidity highlight
this deep pink-colored rosé that pairs well with
a Mediterranean lunch of salads with olives and tangy, sweet
Zinfandel Essence; $34
14/20 — Big, forward raspberry fruit that seems more
intense than traditional Zinfandel. 2003 was the last year
for this dessert wine because of poor conditions in 2004
Rued Vineyard Chardonnay; $45
— Generous pear, lychee and candied citrus fruits
are presented with great viscosity and length.
McDougall Vineyard Pinot Noir; $52
— Sweet cherry and boysenberry are accented by
toffee and mineral notes, and carried through its lingering
finish by a luscious velvety mouthfeel.
Estate Pinot Noir; $35
— Rich, ripe vintage with earthy flavors that
pair well with lighter meats and fish.
T-bar-T Benchmark; $70
— This blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petit Verdot
and Cabernet Franc exhibits intense flavors of black berry,
cedar, vanilla and black pepper.
T-bar-T Cabernet Sauvignon; $35
— Aromas of dark berries, figs, cedar and vanilla
lead to deep fruit flavors that generously fill and coat
T-bar-T Cuvee R; $24
— Sauvignon Blanc with a hint of Viognier that
adds a floral element to this wine with pin-point balance.
T-bar-T Viognier; $24
— Stylish with just a slight veneer of oak. Gushes
richness, but is balanced by clean, crisp, naturally lively
Thomas Road Pinot Noir; $70
— Wonderfully profound flavors, yet with the weight
and texture of a light and silky wine that glides across
— Vibrant notes of citrus are accented by a touch
of ripe apricot and pineapple. Hints of spice and oak carry
through to a long, lingering finish.
Russian River Reserve Chardonnay; $25
— Bright pineapple and mango with notes of vanilla
give roundness, depth and structure to the palate.
Sauvignon Blanc; $15
— Bursts of fresh grapefruit, lemon and orange
blossoms are laced with subtle hints of melon and lemongrass.
de la Bastide Neuve
Côtes de Provence
— Crisp and refreshing rosé from Provence.
Côtes de Provence
— A light Côtes de Provence for your summer
Pinot Grigio; $12
— Intense and balanced with a pleasantly fresh
and full-bodied finish. Notably well-structured with a deeper
hued golden color.
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