Wines By The Glass

White Wines

Pinot Grigio, Zenato G-8

ChardoR Collection G-9

Sauvignon Blanc, Murphy Goode G-8

Red Wines

Merlot, Raymond G-10

Cabernet Sauvignon, Lyeth G-10

Chianti, Rocca Delle Macie G-10

Super Tuscan, La Vite Lucente G-13

Brachetto D'Acqui

Brachetto D'Acqui wine is medium-bodied, generally with a trace of sweetness (a few are medium-sweet) and is usually lightly sparkling or what the Italians call frizzante. If that doesn't sound appealing enough, consider this; alcohol is low, usually 5.5 percent! This is perhaps the most delicious, charming wine made today that few people know about.

Brachetto, Pineto, Marenco G-13 B-55

Prosecco

Prosecco is A Dry Sparkling From Veneto Italy It Is Gentle And Crisp.

Zardetto, Brut Prosecco G-10 B-35

Moscato

Moscato is a sweet Dessert Wine.

Moscato D'Asti Batasiolo G-10

Champagne & Sparklings

Champagne

The primer sparkling wine region of France, Champagne is produced mainly with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pully Munier in the Classic Method Champagnoise.

Don Perignon 99 G-250

Laurent Perrier brut N/V G-80

Laurent Perrier brut N/V (half bottle) G-45

Veuve Clicquot N/V G-100

Roederer Estate G-50

Gosset, Grande Reserve ( split ) G-18

Prosecco

Prosecco is A Dry Sparkling From Veneto Italy It Is Gentle And Crisp.

Zardetto, Brut Prosecco G-10 B-35

Franciacorta

is Italy’s Premier sparkling wine region, located in Lombardia between Lake Garda and Milano, this region is the only region in the world other than Champagne France, that holds the distinction of top quality sparkling wine region. Only wines from Franciacorta made in the Methode Champagnoise can boost the name Franciacorta on their label.

Bellavista, Cuvee Brut, Franciacorta N/V G-85

Bellavista, Gran Cuvee Rose 2003 G-150

White Wine

Franciacorta

Bellavista, Cuvee Brut, Franciacorta N/V G-85

Bellavista, Gran Cuvee Rose 2003 G-150

Moscato

The wine received an award at the Paris Exposition of 1900 and in 1936 it was added to the list of typical Italian wines because of its "delicate and fine odor and its velvety, sweet, enticing and generous flavor.'' In 1971, it became the third Italian wine to receive a DOC. That recognition was more than merited because of the quality and prestige of a wine.

Moscato D'Asti, Fontanafredo, Half Bottle B-40

Moscato D'Asti, Bosc, Batasiolio G-45

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio, Terlano, Alto Adige G-45

Pinot Grigio, Bortoluzzi, Venezia Giulia G-42

Pinot Grigio, Tiefenbrunner, Alto Adige G-36

Gavi / Cortese

Gavi / Cortese is produced in the upper Monferrato area, in the Piemonte region of Italy using Cortese grapes. It is a weighty, acidic and vinous (real substance to it) wine offering aromas of light lemon, peach and occasional hints of smoke.

Gavi Di Gavi, Black Label, La Scolca Piemonte G-90

Gavi Di Gavi, Brolia, La Meirana, Piemonte G-45

Bianchi Di Campania

Fiano di Avellino, is loaded with cream, honey, apple and tropical fruit character. Full bodied, round and rich, with a concentrated fruit finish. Greco di Tufo, like Riesling, zingy and fresh, piecrust and lemon throughout, with medium body and a crisp finish.

Fiano Di Avellino, Terradora Di Paolo G-50

Greco Di Tufo, Villa Matilde G-45

Pinot Grigio

The best Italian versions hail from the Northeastern region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, especially the in the Collio region, Trentino Alto Adige producing many incomparable white wines. This varietal is soft, crisp and fresh with a rich waxy texture gently perfumed of spice, fruit and nuts.

Pinot Grigio, Terlano, Alto Adige G-45

Pinot Grigio, Bortoluzzi, Venezia Giulia G-42

Pinot Grigio, Tiefenbrunner, Alto Adige G-36

Soave

Made primarily in the Veneto region using Trebbiano and Garganega grapes. It is straw yellow with green highlights, vinous with a delicate fragrance, medium weight, dry and hints of almonds with a light butter finish.

Soave Classico Superiore, Pieropan, Veneto G-38

Vernaccia Di San Gimignano

Vernaccia Di San Gimignano is indigenous to San Gimignano in Tuscany. Straw yellow in color, elegant and penetrating aromas, this offers a dry balanced, light buttery finish.

Vernaccia Di San Gimignano, Toscolo, Toscana G-38

Roero Arneis

Produced in the Roero region, in the province of Cuneo in central Piemonte, Roero Arneis is a delightful wine for drinking young. It is medium – to - full bodied, rich in texture, and offers a good crisp acidity, delicate.

Roero Arneis, Bruno Giacosa G-50

Vermentino Di Sardegna

Indigenous to Sardegna, this vermentino varietal offers an assertive, earthy, aromatic style. Its aroma is subtle and delicate but has a soft fruitful buttery finish.

Vermentino Di Sardegna, Villa Solais, Santadi Sardinia G-35

Chardonnay

Offers intense fruit including apple, melon, peach, pineapple, grapefruit and fig with hints of butter, hazelnuts, honey and spice. Americans introduce plenty of wood to their wines.

Chardonnay, Select Cuvee, Flora Spring, Napa B-55

Chardonnay, Landmark Overlook, Napa B-50

Chardonnay, Jermann, (Unoaked), Venezia Giulia Italia B-65

Chardonnay Blends

Vetrere, Laureato, Taranto Italia B-48

Jermann, Vintage Tunina, Venezia Giulia Italia B-125

Sauvignon Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc is a green-skinned grape variety which originates from the Bordeaux region of France. It is now planted in many of the world's wine regions, producing a crisp, dry, and refreshing white varietal wine. Depending on climate, the flavor can range from aggressively grassy to sweetly tropical. Sauvignon blanc, when slightly chilled, pairs well with fish or cheese.

Sauvignon Blanc, Murphy-Goode, Sonoma G-35

Rosé / Rosato Di Carignano

Rosé / Rosato Di Carignano a dry rosé produced from old vine carignano in the Southern part of the Island of Sardinia. Perfect for a hot summer day, pairs well with fish and white meats.

Argiolas, Serralori, Sardinia B-38

Rosé / Rosato Di Carignano

a dry rosé produced from old vine carignano in the Southern part of the Island of Sardinia. Perfect for a hot summer day, pairs well with fish and white meats.

Argiolas, Serralori, Sardinia G-38

Red Wine

Barbera

Barbera, Beni Di Batasiolo, Piemonte G-45

Barbera D'Alba, Vignota, Conterno Fantino G-60

Nebbiolo D'Alba

Nebbiolo D'Alba, Poderi Colla G-55

Dolcetto

Dolcetto, Siri D'Jermu, Piemonte G-55

Dolcetto, Caviola Vilot, Piemonte G-45

Dolcetto, vigna Tecc, Einaudi G-55

Barbera

Barbera, Beni Di Batasiolo, Piemonte G-45

Barbera D'Alba, Vignota, Conterno Fantino G-60

Barbaresco

Barbaresco, Produttori Del Barbaresco G-70

Barbaresco, Gaja, Piemonte '01 G-380

Barbaresco, Ca Rome, Maria D Brun G-130

Barolo

Barolo, Brunate Marcarini, Piemonte G-90

Barolo, Renato Ratti, Marcenasico G-85

Barolo, Fontana Freda, Serralunga Riserva '01 G-110

Valpolicella

Amarone, Zenato Veneto G-105

Amarone, Farina Veneto G-85

Amarone, Bussola '04 G-110

Ripassa Zenato Veneto G-50

Chianti Classico

Chianti Classico RSV Castello Di Bossi G-65

Chianti Classico, Livernano, Toscana G-36

Chianti Classico, Capannelle, Toscana G-95

Brunello Di Montalcino

Brunello Di Montalcino, La Gerla '03 G-110

Brunello Di Montalcino, Altesino '03 G-130

Brunello Di Montalcino, Camigilano Cru '01 G-155

Rosso Di Montalcino

Rosso Di Montalcino, Solaria G-50

Rosso Di Montalcino, La Gerla G-50

Super Tuscans

Tignanello Antinori Toscana '04 G-150

Campoleone Lamborghini Umbria '01 G-150

Campaccio Terrabianca Toscana '04 G-70

Il Carbonaione Poggio Scalette Toscana '03 G-95

Cerviolo Rosso San Fabiano In Calcinaia Toscana '01 G-110

La Vite Lucente, Toscana G-50

Bolgheri, Le Serre Nuove DellíOrnellaia '05 G-110

Orma, Bolgheri (Cab Franc/Cabernet/Merlot) G-160

The Southern Stars : Le Stelle Del Sud.

Santadi, Shardana, Sardinia (Carigano,Shiraz) G-50

Planeta, Nero DíAvola, Santa Cecilia, Sicilia '04 G-75

Antonello Cassara, Nero DíAvola, Solcanto G-40

Montepuliano DíAbruzzo, Il Feuduccio G-60

Montepulciano DíAbruzzo, Quattro Mani G-35

Montevetrano, Salerno, (Alianico,Cab, Merlot) '03 G-145

Pigreco, Roberto Cipresso, Sicilia '05 G-65

Macchiarossa, Cipressi, Molise, Tintilia G-50

Cabernet Sauvignon

The worlds greatest red wine grape. High in acidity with powerful raw tannins from their thick skin and American oak barrels, the new world Cabernets are characterized by ripe, sweet fruit from blackberries to plums and hints of olives, mont and eucalyptus.

Cabernet Sauvignon Robert Hall Paso Robles G-45

Cabernet Sauvignon Joseph Phelps Napa '05 G-100

Cabernet Sauvignon Caymus Napa '04 G-150

San Leonardo, Tenuta San Leonardo '01 (Cab/ Franc/Merlot) G-120

Merlot

Soft and Sweet, supple, rich, smooth, with an easy plumy, berry-fruit texture. Sister varietal to King Cabernet.

Merlot North Star, WA G-70

Merlot Bortoluzzi ,Venezia Giulia G-46

Pinot Noir

Raspberries, strawberries and cherries predominate in young pinot noirs.

Pinot Noir, Carpe Diem, Edna Valley B-45

Pinot Noir, Red Angel On The Moon Light, Jermann B-75

Red Zinfandel

Son of the Primitivo grape in southern Italy, zinfandel has lively, peppery fruit with hints of spicy blackberries, cherries & damson. It is tannic, high in alcohol, concentrated and deeply colored.

Geyserville Blend Ridge Sonoma G-55

Shiraz

Australians & South Africans are definitely giving the French and the Americans a competition by producing world class wines using French Varietals. Shiraz produced down under can stand up to many French Cabernets and Pinot Noirs. It is sturdy like a Cab & perfumed and wild like a Pinot. Shiraz offers generous fruit (raspberry and plum,), good tannins and acidity.

Peter Lehmann, Barossa '05 G-40

Syrah Reserve, Vicien, Catamaraca, Argentina G-45

D'Arenberg, Dead Arm '04 G-125