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Red Wine

Pinot Noir

Pinot Noir grapes almost seem to have a mind of their own. They require precise growing conditions, favoring cooler temperatures with adequate rainfall throughout the year. The wine draws flavors from the soils in which they are grown, which impart a complex earthiness. Pinot Noir wines range from subtle works with great finesse to powerful, structured wine with a backbone of fruits and tannins.

610   2013   Joesph Drouhin, Cote de Beaune, Burgundy, France  112

611   2012   One Hope, California 43

613   2013   Archery Summit Winery, Willamette Valley, Oregon 120

614   2013   Sonoma Cutrer, Russian River Valley, California 92

616   2012   Robert Sinskey Vineyard, Los Carneros, Napa Valley, California 86

619   2014   Big Table Farm, Willamette Valley, Oregon 99

622   2012   Brandborg Vineyards and Winery “Bench Lands”, Umpqua Valley, Oregon 48

615   2014   Meiomi, Monterey, Santa Barbara, Sonoma Counties 65

2497 2013   Hybrid, Lodi Apellation, California 39

635   2012   Patz & Hall, Sonoma Coast 103

637   2012   Patz & Hall, Pisoni Vineyard, Sonoma Coast 173

630   2012   Siduri Vineyards, “Santa Lucia High Lands” 87

612   2012   MacRostie, Sonoma 61

625   2013   Migration Wines by Duckhorn Vineyards, Anderson Valley, Mendocino 87

640   2013   Clos du Val, Carneros 62

653   2013   MacMurray Ranch Wines, Sonoma Coast 43

608 2013 Crossbarn by Paul Hobbs, Sonoma Coast 62

658   2013   Rex Hill, Willamette Valley 78

650   2012   Scott Paul “ La Paulee”, Oregon 92

Featured Pinot Noir

Bin 619, 2014 Big Table Farm, Willamette Valley, Oregon 99

This is a combination of new, used and neutral barrels from all their Pinot Noir sites.  Green peppercorn and savory herbs are apparent immediately on the nose.  The fruit here is perfectly balanced by the stems and structure.  This wine strikes a perfect balance with red grapefruit and orange zest aromatics supporting the generous cherry and red currant flavors.



With aromas of currants, plums and blackberries, these wines are enjoyable with just about everything. They have medium levels of acidity and tannins, which make them seem vibrant and fresh. Merlot has a lower level of natural acidity resulting in a more silky, lush finish. Easily enjoyable with chicken, pork, lamb and beef. 

705   2012   Charles Krug Winery by Peter Mondavi, Napa Valley 54

707   2012   Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley  125

712   2013   Decoy Wines by Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley 62

714   2013   Frog’s Leap Winery, Rutherford, Napa Valley 81

716   2013   Gordon Estate, Colombia Valley 53

722   2011   Stag’s Leap Winery, Napa Valley 78

710   2009   Sbragia Family Vineyards Home Ranch, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma 68

748   2011   Red Diamond, Washington State 38

Featured Merlot

Bin 716  2013 Gordon Estate, Columbia Valley, Washington    53

This rich and spicy estate-grown merlot greets you with all the right stuff from the first sip.  Clean berry and cherry fruit, with a light touch of peppery herb, rolls into fine, silky tannins and baking spices. Stored in a mixture of French and American oak barrels, this wine adds 5% syrah to elevate the merlot’s fruit character and 2% cabernet sauvignon to add nuanced depth. 



When this grape is grown in hot climates, it results in inky, dark, rich wines that are profoundly wonderful. Aromas of black fruits and currant, there is an especially spicy characteristic in the wines from Australia and California.

800   2009   Amon-Ra by Ben Glaetzer, Ebenezer, Barossa Valley, Australia 206

803   2011   Groom Wines, Barossa Valley, Australia 79

804   2013   Box Head, Southern Australia 39    

835   2012   Brassfield Estate Winery, “Eruption”, California 46

845   2012   Tablas Creek Vineyards, “Patelin de Tablas”, California 57

809 2015 Molly Dooker, Two Left Feet, Australia 71

840   2009   Domaine Serene, “Grand Cheval”, Oregon 169

802   2010   Mira Winery, Hyde Vineyard, Napa Valley 73

823   2013   Fess Parker, “Big Easy,” Santa Barbara County  65



This grape at its best, has aromas of blackberries, pepper and plum flavors. It is a great match with chicken, pork, lamb and BBQ. The best ones will stand up to any rich steak or chop.

950   2014   Owen Roe “Abbot’s Table”, Columbia Valley, Washington 60

955   2014   The Prisoner Wine Company, “Saldo”, Northern California 71

907   2013   The Prisoner Wine Company, “The Prisoner,” Northern California 97

906   2011   Duckhorn Vineyards, “Paraduxx,” Napa Valley 114

909   2013   Frog’s Leap Winery, Napa Valley 71

911   2012   Ridge Vineyard, “Three Valleys”, Sonoma, California 74

917   2011   Four Vines, “Old Vine Cuvee”, Sonoma, California 46

942   2013   Seghesio Family Vineyards, Sonoma, California 70

945 2014 Turley Wine Cellars, "Juvenile", California 56

916   2012   Gamba Old Vine, Starr Road Ranch, Russian River Valley, Sonoma 93

Grenache & Carmenere

Grenache is a strong grape making it perfect for blends. It produces a juicy, peppery wine with good weight and tannins. Carmenere displays beautiful fruit with a fair amount of spice.

1011 2010   Alto Moncayo, Campo De Borja, Spain 103

1009 2012   Las Rocas “Vinas Viejas”, Calatayud, Spain 46

1005 2009   Carmenere, Casa Lapostolle, “Clos Apalta” Colchagua Valley, Chile 174

1006 2015 Owen Roe "Sinister Hand", Columbia Valley, Washington 67


Tempranillo & Spanish Blends

Tempranillo is the major grape of Spain, but is often blended with New World varietals, like Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. It shows bright red fruit, with a minerally undertone. The high levels of acidity make it a great match with everything, from salmon to steak.

1123 2013   Convento de Las Claras, Ribera Del Duero, Spain 59

1121 2011   Bodegas Muga Reserva, Rioja, Spain 81

1127 2013 Bodega Teso La Monja, "Almirez", Toro, Spain 70

1124 2012   Bodegas Torres, “Celeste Blue Old Vine”, Ribera del Duero, Spain 55

1125 2013   Bodega Calle-Reserva, "El Olividado", Mendoza, Argentina 46

1122 2013   Volver Single Vineyard Tempranillo, La Mancha, Spain 43

1130 2013   Bodegas Carchelo, “C”, Murcia, Spain 39


Featured Spanish Blend

Bin 1123, 2013 Heritage, Convento de Las Claras, Ribera Del Duero  59

Founded in 2010, this new winery has begun their career off exceptionally.  The 2011 vintage was aged in mostly new French oak barrels for 8 months, producing roasted and spicy flavors.  The nose offers dark berries mixed with black licorice and hints of white chocolate.  On the palate it offers well balanced acidity with a dense and broad feel.  With a very fruity and subtly spicy finish this is a truly great modern-Spanish Tempranillo.



Traditionally used as a blending grape in Bordeaux, Malbec seems to have found its home in Argentina. It produces lush, violet scented wines with hints of leather and tobacco, finishing with refined, elegant tannins. These pair well with all of our steak and chop entrees.

1205 2013   Elsa Bianchi, Mendoz, Argentina 49

1202 2014 Bodges Salentein, Killka, Mendoza, Argentine 53

1207 2012   Bramare by Paul Hobbs, “Lujan de Cuyo”, Mendoza, Argentina 98

1210 2013   Colome, Valle Calchaqui, Argentina 70

1208 2013   Pascual Toso Reserve, Mendoza, Argentina 57

1211 2012   Tikal Wines, “Amorio”, Mendoza, Argentina 68


Petite Sirah

These heavily scented wines have aromas of cedar, eucalyptus and meat. They have dense, chewy tannins and a long, lingering finish. Pair these with all things beef.

1309 2012   Stag’s Leap Winery, Napa Valley, California 93

801  2012   Pedroncelli, Sonoma County, California 59

1312 2012   McNab Ridge Winery, Mendocino County, California 56

1320 2013   Mettler Family Vineyards, Lodi, California 53

Featured Petite Sirah

Bin 801, 2012, Pedroncelli, Sonoma County, California 59 

Aromas of pressed flowers, beeswax and blackberry with supple, dry-yet-fruity, medium-to-full body.  Citrus, melon and cedar accent the finish with firm tannins.  Well structured for the table. 


Italian Reds

Sangiovese is the main grape of Chianti and the sole grape of Brunello di Montalcino. It is frequently blended with cabernet sauvignon and merlot, resulting in a style of wine with the famous name- Super Tuscan. Sangiovese produces wines that have a fascinating bitter-cherry and chocolate richness. They are a great match with rich meats, like lamb and ribeye.

1450 2012   Chianti Classico, Tenuta Nozzole, Tuscany 65

1454 2009   Sassicaia, Bologheri Sassicaia, Tuscany    428

1483 2012   Chianti Classico, Rocca delle Macie, Tuscany 49

1460 2005   Il Fauno, Di Arcanum, Tuscany 60

1479 2013   Tre Rosso, Bran Caia, Tuscany 45

1440 2012   Feudi Di San Gregorio, Rubrato Aglianico, Campania 45

1471 2012   Nebbiolo Langhe, Vietti, Perbacco 61

1481 2010   Costaera Amarone, Masi Agricola, Veneto 108

1120 2013   Valpolicella Ripasso, Villa Borghetti, Verona 47


Piedmont Varietals

Piedmont wine is the range of Italian wines made in the province of Piedmont in the northwestern corner of Italy. The best-known wines from the region include barolo and barbaresco. They are made from the nebbiolo grape. These wines are ideal for storage and a well-aged Barolo may leave a feeling of drinking velvet because the tannins are polished and integrated more and more into the wine.

1403 1998   Barbaresco, Gaja Piedmont 401

1405 2003   Barbaresco, Gaja Piedmont 379

1406 2004   Barbaresco, Gaja Piedmont 460

1408 2005   Barbaresco, Gaja Piedmont 428

1411 2011   Gaja, “Sito Moresco” Langhe, Piedmont 151

1412 1995   Gaja, “Sperss” Langhe, Piedmont 487

1413 1999   Gaja, “Costa Russi” Langhe, Piedmont 568

1429 2004   Nino Negri, “5 Stelle Sfursat” Valtellina Superiore 190


Featured Piedmont Varietal


French Red

Wines from St. Emilion and Pomerol are primarily cabernet franc and merlot respectively. They tend to be lighter in style than the wines farther down on the list. The wines from the Haut-Medoc, St. Estephe, Pauillac, St. Julien, Margaux and Graves are dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon, which reveal flavors of black currant, black cherry, cedar and tobacco.

610   2013   Joseph Drouhin, Cote de Beaune, Burgundy, France  112     

1522 2009   Chateau Pibron, Pauillac 168

1524 2009   Chateau Echo de Lynch Bages, Pauillac 179

1530 2014 Telegramme, Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Rhone, France 97

1550 2005   Chateau Lynch-Bages, Pauillac 379

1571 2005   Chateau d’Issan, Margaux 271


Featured French Red

Bin 610, 2013, Joseph Drouhin, Cote de Beaune, Burgundy  102

With vineyards all across Burgundy and several in Willamette Valley, Orgeon, Joesph Drouhin has long been a big name in the world of Pinot Noir.  This wine coming from his vineyards in Beaune, France has been handpicked and barrel aged in French oak (10% new) for 12-15 months.  A beautiful purple in color and aromas of strawberry and currant, this wine has refined tannins, roundness in body, and a bright finish. 


Cabernet Sauvignon/Meritage

Cabernet Sauvignon is the product of a chance crossing between cabernet franc and sauvignon blanc during the 17th century in southwestern France. Its popularity is often attributed to its ease of cultivation, the grapes have thick skins and the vines are hardy and resistant to frost.

To be designated as Meritage, a wine must meet the following standards: It must be a blend of two or more Bordeaux grape varieties- Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carmenere, Gros Verdot, Malbec, Merlot, Petit Verdot and St. Macaire. It must be the winery’s best wine of its type. It must be produced and bottles by a U.S. winery from grapes that carry a U.S. appellation and its production is limited to a maximum of 25,000 cases per vintage.

1599 2014   Alexander Valley Vineyards, Alexander Valley, Sonoma 49

1600 2010   Alexander Valley Vineyards, “Cyrus,” Alexander Valley, Sonoma 136

1608 2012   Jordan Vineyards & Winery, Alexander Valley, Sonoma 130

1799 2013   Ghost Pines, “Winemaker’s Blend,” Sonoma, San Joaquin 62

1744 2013 Chateau Montelena, Calistoga, Napa Valley 120

1701 2012   Franciscan Estates, "Magnificat", Napa Valley 114

1777 2012   Dry Creek Vineyards, “The Mariner,” Sonoma 74

1701 2013   Conundrum by Charles Wagner, California 52

2496 2013   Hayes Ranch, Livermore, California 38


Featured Cabernet Sauvignon

Bin 1701, 2012 Franciscan Estates "Magnificat", Napa Valley 114

First produced in 1985, Franciscan Estates Magnificat was one of the original Meritage blends of California.  Named for J.S. Bach's work, it is created to be as seamless and harmonious as its musical namesake.  With grapes sourced from over 200 small lots, this wine is made to showcase the best Bordeaux blend of the vintage.  The composition will vary from year to year depending on yield and quality of each varietal used, but will always be founded on Napa Valley Cabernet.  


1609 2013   Beaulieu Vineyards, “Rutherford”, Napa Valley 76

1722 2012   Beringer Vineyards Private Reserve, Napa Valley 335

1723 2011   Beringer Vineyards, Napa Valley 93

1706 2012   Brandlin, Mount Veeder, Napa Valley 110

1712 2013   Bonny Doon, “A Proper Claret,” Santa Cruz, California 45

1710 2012   Cade, Howell Mountain, Napa Valley 190

1731 2012   Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley 160

1725 2013   Caymus Vineyards, Napa Valley 161

1739 2012   Caymus Vineyards Special Select, Napa Valley 360

1740 2013   Chappellet Signature, Napa Valley 135

1742 2013   Charles Krug Winery by Peter Mondavi, Napa Valley 60

1743 2013   Charles Krug Winery by Peter Mondavi, “Generations”, Napa Valley 120

1745 2010   Chateau Montelena Estate, Calistoga, Napa Valley 294

1734 2012 Coho, Headwaters Red Blend, Napa Valley 102

1715 2014   Coppola Director’s Cut, Alexander Valley 55

1784 2012   Coup De Foudre, Calistoga Vineyard, Napa Valley 201

1752 2011   Continuum, Napa Valley 389

1754 2013 Crossbarn by Paul Hobbs Napa Valley 94

1774 2014   Decoy Wines by Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley 65

1778 2014 Double Canyon, Horse Heaven Hills, Washington 49

1775 2011   Dunham Cellars, Columbia Valley, Washington 108

1787 2012   Faust Wines by Quintessa, Napa Valley 108

1790 2013   Franciscan Estate, Napa Valley  65

1770 2013 Frei Brothers Reserve, Alexander Valley 62

1797 2012   Girard Winery, “Artistry,” Napa Valley 103

1783 2012   Heitz Cellars, Napa Valley, California 131

1827 2013   Honig Vineyards, Napa Valley 98

1855 2011   Jarvis Estates “Cabernet Franc,” Napa Valley 200

1849 2012   Louis M. Martini, Napa Valley 74

1852 2013 Nickel & Nickel, Branding Iron, Oakville, Napa Valley 248

1875 2011   Opus One Winery, Napa Valley, Oakville 489

1872 2012   Opus One Winery, Napa Valley, Oakville 496

1854 2011   Robert Mondavi, Oakville, Napa Valley 145

1623 2013   Rodney Strong, Sonoma County 57

1930 2011   Robert Sinskey, “POV”, Napa Valley 85

1932 2011   Seven Hills, Walla Walla Valley, Washington 91

1616 2011   Silver Oak, Napa Valley 244

1924 2013 Silver Palm. North Coast, California 51

1937 2013   Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, “Artemis,” Napa Valley 125

1935 2013   Stag’s Leap Winery, Napa Valley 120

1916 2013 The Prisoner Wine Company, "Cuttings", Oakville, Napa Valley 125

1947 2012   Trefethen Family Vineyards, Oak Knoll District, Napa Valley 83

1619 2013   Turley Estate, St. Helena, Napa Valley 115

1841 2011   Whitehall Lane Winery and Vineyards, Napa Valley 97


Featured Cabernet Sauvignon

Bin 1706, 2012 Brandlin Mount Veeder, Napa Valley 110

Aged for 22 months in small French barriques, the wine showcases red and black currants on the nose with boysenberry, black cherry and an intriguing hint of black tea. The bright mountain fruit is fleshy and dense and backed with some warm caramel, toffee notes and a long, cassis laden finish.




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