Below is a list of what we are currently pouring at the wine bar.  We typically offer 2oz tastes (build your own flight) and 5 oz glasses.  This list was updated on Nov 6, 2019.

Sparkling Wines
Champagne Dumangin La Cuvee Brut – A Chingny Les Roses, France – 33% Chardonnay 33% Pinot Noir, 33% Pinot Meunier
Fresh, fruity and with a complex structure, this is a ripe wine, with a rounded, full-bodied character. Full of yellow and crisp green fruits and with a touch of toast, it deliciously combines fruitiness and texture.
Santa Julia Brut Rosé – Mendoza, Argentina – 100% Pinot Noir
Certified organic, this rosé offers aromas and flavors of red fruits such as berries and strawberries, along with toasty notes. It is crisp and clean with a balanced and long finish.

2016 Chateau Roc Meynard Bordeux Blanc Sec – Bordeaux, France – 50% Savignon Blanc, 50% Semillon
Opens with aromas white flowers, citrus & lime zest. On the palate it is medium-bodied and bright with mineral and citrus notes. Finishes clean & persistent.
2017 Antinori Bolgheri Vermentino – Tuscany, Italy – 100% Vermentino
Bolgheri is a famous vineyard site located southwest of Florence along the Atlantic coast. This wine opens with ample aromas of candied citrus, peach, passion fruit & white flowers. It is medium bodied with zesty acidity & freshness, along with a mineral vein which provides a lengthy persistence on the finish.
2017 La Chapelle de Bebian Blanc – Languedoc, France – 50% Grenache Blanc, 30% Roussane, 10% Clairette, 10% Viognier
Opens with aromas of white flowers, pear and citrus. On the palate it is medium bodied, round and rich, with notes of menthol and aniseed. Finishes long and refreshing.
2017 Sean Minor Chardonnay – Sonoma Coast, CA, USA – 100% Chardonnay
Opens with aromas of apple, pear, tropical citrus & pineapple with subtle notes of cardamom, cinnamon and vanilla. On the palate it is crisp & vibrant with lush flavors of guava, pear & green apple. Finishes with subtle spice.
2017 Dr. Hermann Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Kabinett – Mosel, Germany – 100% Riesling
Offers aromas of exotic spices and stone fruits with notes of red berries. On the palate it is sweet, lush and bright, with some delicate honey notes and a long spicy finish. This wine is an ideal companion for Asian spicy dishes.

2018 Domaine Eugene Carrel – Jongieux, Vin de Savoie, France – 80% Gamay, 20% Mondeuse
This wine, made just 40 miles from the Swiss border, opens with aromas of cherries, strawberries & wet stones. On the palate it is soft, round and fruity, with a creamy texture & distinctive mineral notes.

2017 Cuvaison – Napa Valley, Los Carneros, CA – 100% Pinot Noir
Opens with aromas of rose petals, wild strawberry & plum, along with hints of cola, black tea & licorice. On the palate, dark fruits of blackberry and black cherry take the lead, with lovely jam notes, a notion of sassafras and a long, supple, velvety finish.
2015 Feudi del Pisciotto Carolina Maranga for KISA – Sicily, Italy – 100% Frappato
Opens with spicy red berries, sweet herbs and dried flowers. On the palate it is soft and silky with lots of bright fruit and savory spice, giving way to rosy florals with hints of fine tannin.
2016 Catena Agrelo – Mendoza, Argentina – 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Cabernet Franc, 3% Petit Verdot
Deep aromas of ripe red and dark fruits are joined by delicate violet and lavender notes, with traces of vanilla and mocha. A rich, concentrated mouthfeel is highlighted by flavors of blueberries and blackberries with a touch of leather and cinnamon. The wine has well integrated tannins, bright acidity and a flinty minerality that provides exceptional length to the finish.
2017 J. Lohr Pure Paso – Paso Robles, CA, USA – 70.5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 26.5% Petit Sirah, 2% Merlot, .5% Petit Verdot, .5% Malbec
Opens with aromas of cassis & dark fruit, along with baking spices and vanilla. On the palate it is rich, full-bodied and decadent, with an elegant, lingering finish.
2015 Chryseia – Douro, Portugal – 65% Touriga Nacional, 35% Touriga Franca
The Douro is typically known for its port wine, but this is a very special non-fortified wine from the same region. It is named Chryseia which is the Greek translation of Douro, meaning “of gold”. Wonderfully refined and sophisticated, this wine opens with aromas of blue & black fruits, along with rose petals and tea. On the palate it offers generous layers of currant and boysenberry fruit detailed with anise, graphite and dark chocolate. Full, integrated tannins line the persistent finish.