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Wine Bottle List
Ross & Bee Maloof, Chehalem, Oregon, Riesling - $36
Round | Tart | Floral | (136)
Bracing acid and powerful aromatics deliver this stone-fruit juice to you with balance and poise. Grapes are from the top of the mountain, and fermented in large neutral French oak. Honeysuckle on the nose; lychee and purple flowers on the palate.
Jo Landron, La Louvetrie, Loire Valley, France, Muscadet - $32
Briny | Crisp | Citrus | (103)
A lively wine, with a hint of the maturity and body. Balance of generosity fullness and minerality. Vineyard sits on an ocean canal, lending briny, saline and mineral notes to wine. Hints of citrus, almond and dried pear.
Robert Sinskey, Abraxas, Los Carneros, Calif., Vin de Terroir - $66
Tropical | Minerally | Floral | (142)
Using many of the varietals of Alsace, France - Riesling, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc and Gewürztraminer; this aromatic and expressive blend is bursting with juicy tropical fruit. Notes of honeysuckle and chamomile round out this unique Northern California wine.
Chateau d'Epire, Loire Valley, France, Chenin Blanc - $40
Minerally | Crisp | Elegant | (106)
Top soil is a beautiful blue slatey schist. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. No malolactic fermentation takes place. Chalky mineral notes come from the soil. Loud floral notes and grapefruit.
Crazy Creatures, Kremstal, Austria, Gruner Veltliner - $34
Fresh | Savory | Round | (128)
This fun wine is meant to enjoy often, with food. Elements of green apple and an unmistakable white pepper spiciness. Fresh, crisp, and a beautiful display of Austria's most important grape. A great substitution to Sauvignon Blanc.
Libertine, Willamette Valley, Oreg., Barncat Vineyard Estât, Late Harvest Riesling - $56
Complex | Fragrant | Elegant | (131)
Full of botrytis and super high octane with a hint of sweetness that is cut with razor sharp acidity and slight effervescence. Wild yeast used, fermented in neutral oak. An absolute beast, with 15g of residual sugar (a Halbtrocken, slightly sweet), 23 cases produced
Bodegas Enguera Cava, Valencia, Spain, Chardonnay/Macabeo (Sparkling) - $26
Crisp | Bright | Fruity | (119)
This super dry cava is a wonderful summer sipping wine, and also a great bottle to bust out for a celebration. Strong backbone of apple and pear, with hints of honeysuckle and almond.
Field Recordings, Dry Hop Pet-Nat, Paso Robles, Calif., Chardonnay/Mosaic Hops (Pet-Nat) - $37
Tart | Citrus | Refreshing | (130)
What happens when you make a 100% Chardonnay pet-nat sparkling wine and dry hop it with Mosaic hops? You get the baby of a natural wine and crisp beer. Citrusy and tart. Don't be intimidated by the hop quality, it is on the nose and adds depth to the wine.
Les Deux Moulins, Loire Valley, France, Grolleau/Cabernet Franc/Gamay (Rose) - $24
Fresh | Clean | Floral | (122)
This rosé is over 80% Grolleau, the traditional grape used for rosé in the Loire Valley. Gamay and Cabernet Franc add complexity. Very light, easy to drink, and refreshing. Noted with flavors of grapefruit, ripe stone fruit, crushed rocks, and fresh flower petals.
Lisounette, Sebastien David, Loire Valley, France, Cinsault/Cabernet Franc (Rose) - $38
Savory | Light | Juicy | (140)
Savory, salty, bone-dry with watermelon and spicy cherry notes, this is a happy spring wine to drink now, very chilled. Hangs out for five months in concrete tanks, and being the first rose from Sebastien, it is a super fun hit!
Christophe Lindenlaub, EleFanta, Alsace, France, Auxerrois (Orange) - $72
Aromatic | Juicy | Complex | (141)
Starts with a rush, like a sip of Fanta, and finishes dry, fun, and unique while maintaining its Old World character. The nose is aromatic, like holding a handful of loose black tea up to your face, supplemented by juicy mandarin and apricot.
Sybille Kuntz, Mosel, Germany, Riesling (Orange) - $46
Weird | Earthy | Very Dry | (109)
Troken (very dry) Riesling from Mosel, Germany. Aged on the skins for 4 weeks, and on the lees for 6 months, this wine has tons of depth both in color and flavor. Bruised apple, carmel, & orange blossom. Plus, created by a female wine maker!
Turner Pageot, 48 Hours, Languedoc, France, Grenache/Syrah (Dark Rose) - $32
Juicy | Crisp | Luxurious | (127)
A rose of sorts, but in France can't technically be called a rose since the grapes sit on skins for 48 hours. Notes of cranberry and apricot. A nice black pepper spice; some would say even a slight smokiness. A refreshing wine, that still has a nice bold backbone.
Grawu, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy, Pinot Grigio (Skin Contact) - $58
Citrus | Floral | Complex | (134)
These high mountain grapes saw five days of maceration, and then were aged in Acacia barrels. On the nose, notes of orange peel, thyme, and white pepper. The palate opens up with notes of earl grey tea (yes, really), heirloom tomatoes and a bit of chestnuts.
Hurluberlu Sebastien David, Loire Valley, France, Cabernet Franc (Chilled Red) - $45
Fresh | Juicy | Weird | (123)
This wine is as organic as you can get; wild yeast, no sulphur, no chemicals, no filteration - just grapes. Resulting in a wacky, fun, weird wine. We serve it chilled to bring out the crunchy and wild aromatics. Brimming with cherry, raspberry and cranberry flavors.
Johanneshof Reinisch, Thermenregion, Austria, Pinot Noir - $44
Light | Fruity | Herbal | (120)
Red-cherry notes are fresh on the nose. Light bodied and clean, but still packs a fresh punch. Fourteen days maceration, fermented in wooden vats, aged 10 months in large oak barrels. Leather fruit, black pepper, and a hint of herbal bay leaf.
Domaine Rougeot Pere & Fils, Volnay Santenots, Burgundy, France, Pinot Noir - $98
Elegant | Earthy | Stewed Fruit | (111)
Pierre-Henri Rougeot has been quietly producing impeccable minimal intervention wines. He upholds Burgundian tradition, while being inspired by the Loire Valley and Beaujolais. His wines are energetic, precise, and delicious. 100% pinot noir, grown on limestone, and schist. 90% whole cluster fermentation happens in stainless steel, then wine is transferred into oak barrels for 18 months. Aromas of violet, gooseberry, cherry, cooked prune, hay and slight game undernotes.
Domaine Guillot Broux Macon Rouge, Beaujolais, France, Gamay - $38
Earthy | Mineral | Round | (112)
The wine sits 6 months in oak barrels, then 2 months in concrete vats, using indigenous yeasts. Part of the harvest is de-stemmed to bring a bit more finesse to the cuvee. Hints of camphor and dark fruits. Black cheery, spicy, minerality and peppery.
Clovis, Cotes du Rhone, France, Grenache/Syrah - $32
Jammy | Spicy | Energetic | (121)
Bold red fruit flavors and accents of sweet spice, Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre form the base of the classic Rhône Blend, while Carignan, Cinsault and Counoise come in to play to add a tannic backbone. This juice sees concrete, and is bright and energetic.
Swick, Bring It, Washington & Oregon, American Red Blend - $46
Jammy | Full | Leather | (125)
This wine blends fruit from Washington and Oregon. 50% Pinot Noir, with the rest of the blend including Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Malbec, Cinsault, etc. There's a little touch of barnyard on the nose, which gives way to tart blackcurrant, plum, and leather.
Matthieu Barret, Petit Ours, Cotes du Rhone, France, Syrah - $56
Bold | Savory | Jammy (139)
Big juicy bite. Dark fruits like blackberry and blueberry dominate, along with notes of cracked pepper, black olive and other savory elements. Juicy and clean, with well-integrated tannins. Fermented and matured in concrete tank for 9 months.
Cellier de la Baraterie, Savoie, France, Mondeuse - $48
Spicy | Grippy | Earthy | (135)
This Mondeuse is fermented wholecluster with native yeast and aging in stainless steel. Soil is limestone and clay, resulting in a wine that has soft expressing notes of spices. The Mondeuse grape is closely related to Syrah, giving it a stewed fruit taste.
Thierry Germain, Roches Neuves, Loire Valley, France, Cabernet Franc - $62
Floral | Minerally | Elegant | (118)
This producer is the OG of natural wines. This Cabernet Franc emphasizes red fruit aromatics, racy acidity, with hints of smoke, chocolate, & minerality. There is a touch of green pepper found from the Loire Valley.
Odette Estate, Adaptation, Napa Valley, Calif., Petite Sirah - $88
Baking Spices | Velvety | Cigar Box | (143)
This Napa wine is loaded with depth and a multitude of layers. Blackberry jam, plums, violets, and hints of brown sugar and nutmeg followed by raspberries, cloves and smoky oak on the palate.
Land of Saints, Central Coast, Calif., Cabernet Sauvignon - $52
Bold | Dark Fruits | Spicy | (138)
Lighter than a typical Cabernet Sauvignon, but still packs a bold and full punch. Notes of dark fruits, such as blackberry and plum, with a hint of a herby bouquet. Chalky tannins and baking spices finishes out this wine.
Beers, Cider, Seltzer
Hopewell Wayup, Aperitivo Spritz, Hard Seltzer, 12 oz, ABV 6.3% - $8
Gluten-free. A blend of citrusy apèritif botanicals
JK's Honeycrisp Haze Cider, 12 oz, ABV 5% - $9
Gluten-free, dry finish, unfiltered
Krombacher, German Pilsner, 500 ml, ABV 4.8% - $5
Is/Was Brewing, The Finer Points of Bad Behavior, Peach Saison, 500 ml, ABV 6.1% - $18
Metropolitan Brewing, Dortmunder Lager, 12 oz, ABV 5.3% - $7
Hopewell Brewing, Endgrain, Marzen Lager, 16 oz., ABV - $8
Dovetail Brewery, Vienna Lager, 16 oz, ABV 5.1% - $7
Hopewell Brewing, Pet Rock, Hazy IPA, 16 oz, ABV 7% - $9
Solemn Oath Brewery, Snaggle Tooth Bandana, IPA, 12 oz, ABV 6.5% - $7
Topo Chico - $3
Coke - $3
Diet Coke - $3
Krombacher Wheat NA - $5
Lagunitas Hoppy Refresher - $5
San Pellegrino Orange - $3
Fentimans Tonic - $3
Vernor's Ginger Ale - $3
Kids Milk - $2
Tea & Coffee
Pure Leaf, Black Ice Tea, unsweetened - $4
Spirit Tea (served hot):
Herbal Tea, "Malabar" - $4
Black Tea "Black Gold" - $4
Green Tea "Morning Mist" - $4
Dark Matter Coffee:
Drip Morning Blend "Love Supreme" - $3
Chocolate City Cold Brew Can - $4.25
Espresso "Unicorn Blood" - $3.5
Americano - $4.25
Whole Milk Latte - $5