House Wine - Cedar Brook Cabernet Sauvignon, 2010, Napa Valley - Classically deep and rich, with cherry and blackberry flavors, perfectly balanced with a hint of oak.
House Wine - Cedar Brook Merlot, 2010, Napa Valley - Medium-bodied with a hint of oak and flavors of cherries and plums; ends in a soft, fruit-filled finish.
Baron Des Chartons Bordeaux, 2009, France - A blend of Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon. Fresh fruit, cherry and notes of undergrowth. Balance and finesse with discreet tannic structure and a long, aromatic mouth.
Rancho Sisquoc Pinot Noir, 2010, Santa Barbara - Replete with bing cherries & spice, this pinot will part with a silky, velvety ending.
Ogier Cotes du Rhone, Heritages, 2009, Rhone River Valley (France) - A blend of Grenache, Syrah & Mourvedre. Complex bouquet of ripe fruit and earthiness. Notes of chocolate and coffee, fruity hints of strawberry and raspberry.
Rancho Sisquoc Syrah, 2010, Santa Barbara - Blueberry, black cherry, leather & peppercorn adorn this fine wine.
Carmenet Reserve Pinot Noir, 2009, Sonoma County - Crafted in Burgundy style. Raspberry fruit on the nose as well as on the palate, a touch of earthiness, delicate and charming.
Haraszthy Family Cellars Zinfandel, 2008, Amardo County - Combines intense cherry and raspberry flavors, hints of chocolate, caramel and white pepper. Supple tannins, medium body with luscious dark spicy fruit tones and a lingering lush finish.
Bell Wine Cellars Merlot, 2005, Napa Valley - Rich black cherry fruit & full-bodied with a lingering finish.
Clos de L’Oratoire Châteauneuf-Du-Pape, 2007, AOC Vaucluse (France) - A classic Southern Rhone blend of leather, smoke, spice & bright fruit.
Robert Hall Rhone de Robles, 2007, Central Coast - A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinsaut and Counoise. Reminiscent of cherry, raspberry and cranberry with hints of black pepper and spice.
Napa Ridge Reserve Cabernet, 2009, Napa Valley - Flavors of black cherry, plum and cedar. Very round on palate, long finish with velvety tannins and a hint of vanilla.
Robert Hall Meritage, 2006, Paso Robles - A classic blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Merlot. Elegant aromas of black currant, cassis and ripe plum, complemented by intriguing earthy nuances of cedar and chocolate.
Ventana Pinot Noir, 2008, Monterey County - Vibrant cherry, raspberry and cranberry flavors with a delicious hint of chocolate.
Note: Corkage fee is $15
House Wine – Cedar Brook Chardonnay, 2011, Napa Valley - Medium-bodied with a hint of oak, aromas of lemon and citrus, and flavors of apple and pear crisp finish.
Chateau de la Roche Sauvignon Blanc, 2009, Loire Valley (France) - Fresh and aromatic, crisp with ripe citrus fruit aromas.
Roc de Châteauvieux Vouvray, 2008, Loire Valley (France) - A light-weight, crunchy style, with lime and green melon notes backed by lively acidity.
Ventana Chardonnay, 2011, Monterey County - Lively tropical fruit aromas of pineapple and mango, with intense flavors of Gala apple, pear and lemon. Oak aging adds an accent of vanilla and light honey tones.
Patianna Organic Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc, 2010, Mendocino - Green apple & lemon grass ripple through the fresh acidity.
Bell Sauvignon Blanc, 2011, Lake County - Beautiful crisp melon & citrus flavor from an area known for world class Sauvignon Blanc.
Robert Hall Viognier, 2011, Paso Robles - Honeysuckle, orange blossom and sweet spice aromas, stone-fruit flavors of apricot and white peach with a burst of mango tropical fruit flavor and a hint of tangerine.
Montresor Pinot Grigio, 2010, Veneto - Fragrant, fresh, crisp and deliciously dry.
Ventanna Riesling, 2009, Monterey County - An off-dry, honey-like fruit and delicate balance creates a long and lingering finish.
Les Hospices Sancerre, 2011, Loire Valley (France) - A crisp and fruity with floral & white peach aromas. Well balanced between freshness & roundness.
Domaine Napa Chardonnay, 2009, Napa Valley - A fruity characteristics of pear and apple with complex butter, spice and vanilla notes which are complemented by a full, round mouth-feel and a soft, lingering finish.
Bell Chardonnay, 2007, Napa Valley - Vanilla aromas, sweet oak flavors and a subtle cream texture from the sur lies aging and malo-lactic fermentation, give the wine a delicious mouthfeel and lengthy finish.
Sables D’Azur Rose, 2008, AOC Cotes de Provence (France) - Very delicate and complex with smells of roses, white peach and plum.
Vueve de Vernay Brut, Loire Valley (France) - Bright with fine bubbles, fresh on the nose, vibrant floral and fruit driven with clean citrus finish.
Richard Grant Blanc de Noi, Napa Valley - A superior champagne known around the world for its excellent quality & taste.
Cuvee Dom Perignon, Vintage 1998, France - A toasty aroma envelopes the apple & citrus flavors in this splendid, award-winning sparkler.
Note: Corkage fee is $15