Raymond Reserve Estate Chardonnay, Napa ‘09
. . . Glass $7 . . . Bottle $32
Full-bodied Chardonnay. Acidic and crisp. Very true to the varietal. An excellent dinner Chardonnay
Sonoma-Cutrer Russian River Ranches Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast ’08
. . . Glass $8 . . . Bottle $38
Delicate tropical fruit aromas lead to a rich palate of lemon, Fuji apple, and pear, with a hint of toast and caramel on the finish. A perfect compliment to our Signature halibut.
Landmark Overlook Chardonnay, Sonoma, ’07 . . . Bottle $48
A soft round Chardonnay finishes smooth with light hints of honey, pear and straw. A great alternative to the Raymond Chardonnay with is much more crisp and acidic. Pair this wine with the halibut selections.
Cakebread Cellars Chardonnay, Reserve, Napa ‘07 . . . Bottle $85
This Chardonnay is tightly wound with a firm band of citrus, pear and spice. It slowly unfolds to reveal layers of depth and complexity. The flavors of tropical fruit, lemon and apple are lush and abundant. This Chardonnay finishes rich.
Louis Jadot Pouilly Fuisse, Beaune ‘07
. . . Glass $9 . . . Bottle $44
This Jadot is clean and fresh with typical varietal fragrance; elegant citrus and white fruit flavors on the palate. Finished without contact with oak, the delicately balanced acids carry a refreshingly crisp finish.
Omaka Springs Estates Sauvignon Blanc, Malborough New Zealand ‘08
. . . Glass $6 . . . Bottle $29
This a great Sauvignon Blanc. Crisp and clean. Free of oak and smoke. This wine is great for drinking with dinner. Nice fruit and acid are wrapped around hints of rich tropical fruit. Look for a touch of Semillon in the finish of this wine.
Whitehall Lane Sauvignon Blanc 2009, Napa . . . Bottle $34
Bright and aromatic with hints of honeydew melon and lime. A small percentage of this wine was barrel fermented and aged on the lees, lending a slightly creamy texture to this otherwise lively Sauvignon Blanc
Boony Doon Vin Gris De Cigare, Santa Cruz, California ’09
. . . Glass $6 . . . Bottle $28
The lightest of pressing of Pinot Noir grape produce this citric and spice rose wine. Served chilled it is a great alternative to a White Zinfandel
* Bonny DoonVineyards Pacific Rim Reisling, California ‘05 . . . Bottle $26
Fresh melon and mint aromas are wrapped around hints of fresh apple fruit and citric acidity in this Riesling. This wine is tart, quite long in the finish and so nearly dry that its faint sweetness is barely perceptible behind a level of acidity rare in a West Coast Riesling.
Ste Chappelle Special Harvest Riesling, Idaho ‘08 . . . Glass $6 . . . Bottle $21
This little Riesling is a clever find. I know it’s from Idaho, however, it tastes great. Better yet, it pairs well with the Spring menu. The wine is well balanced and moderately sweet. Try it when you are in a lighter mood.
King Estate Pinot Gris, Oregon
. . . Glass $8 . . . Bottle $34
This pale straw Pinot Gris displays aromas of peach, citrus and pears accented with hints of floral. This wine is bright and round. Nicely balanced with a soft and lingering finish. Try this wine with the Prawns or the Scallops.
King Estate Vin Glace Pinot Gris Oregon ’07 (Dessert Wine 375 ml)
. . . Glass $ 8 3oz pour . . . Bottle $ 28
(100% Organic Grapes) An Ice Wine version of Pinot Gris, this “sticky” strikes a lovely balance between sweetness and acidity. Aromas and flavors of apricot, peach, and tangerine with a long finish.
Raymond Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa ’07 Glass $12 Bottle $59
This is a nice Napa Valley blended Cabernet. Solid tannins integrate well with aromas of dark stone fruit, caramel and vanilla with coffee flavors in the finish. Abundant fruit and elevated oak make this a great dinner Cabernet.
Cakebread Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa ’07 Bottle $110
A dense and showy Cabernet, even port-like in its depth and harmony of deep stone fruit and expansive finish. Everything about this big chewy Cabernet tastes expensive, especially the burled oak scents and flavors that introduce it and then last through the finish.
Jordan Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma ‘06 Bottle $88
This Cabernet is a richly textured wine with intense ripe flavors of black cherry, blackberry, plum and cassis. Slight notes of tobacco and spice add a subtle framework to oak and vanilla that complete this delicious wine.
Joseph Phelps, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa California ‘06 Bottle $97
A well-crafted Cabernet resplendent with ripe fruit. This Cabernet is nicely balanced with a touch of oak, tannin and touch of heat from its elevated alcohols.
This Phelps is a beautiful bottle to pair with the House Tenderloin Filet or the Filet and Shrimp dishes at dinner.
Rodney Strong Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma ‘07 Glass $8 Bottle $39
A lush nose of blackberry, cocoa, and currant lead to rich flavors of black cherry and cassis with a hint of cedar on the finish. Pairs well with our beef
lamb and pork dishes
Chateau Loudenne Bordeaux, Medoc ’05 Bottle $65
Delivers blackberry and pretty, toasty oak. Full bodied, with silky tannins and a long finish of ripe fruit, espresso and a hint of licorice. A natural pairing for any beef or lamb dish.
Louis Jadot Beaujolais, Beaune, France Glass $7 Bottle $28
Full, moderately rounded and fun. Very fruity with enough depth to make it interesting. Floral with layers of ripe berries and stone fruit.
Fleur de California Pinot Noir, Carneros Glass $8 Bottle $36
Well-crafted, round and soft with aromas of strawberry, black cherry and earthy notes nicely framed with moderate amounts of toasted oak.
Siduri Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley ‘09 Bottle $52
Winemaker Adam Lee delivers a sleek and nuanced Pinot Noir with a core of cherry and raspberry flavors, accented by hints of cinnamon and violets.
Try this wine if you are considering the Morgan Valley Lamb, or Hickory Grilled Salmon
Saintsbury Garnet Carneros Pinot Noir, Napa ‘05 Glass $10 Bottle $46
Classic medium-bodied Pinot Noir filled with stone fruit, blackberries and a touch of smoke in the finish.
Frog’s Leap Merlot, Napa Valley ‘07/08 Bottle $58
A rich Merlot very true to the varietal. Deep fruit with a hint of smoke and firm tannins in the finish. A quiet balance between fruit and tannin make this Merlot pair well with the beef selections of the house
Francis Coppola Blue Label Merlot, California, ‘07/08 Glass $8 Bottle $36
Cherries and cloves are subtly intertwined with supple red plum and highlights of vanilla bean. A nice Merlot; true to the varietal
Ravenswood Red Zinfandel, Napa ‘07/08 Glass $ 7 Bottle $32
Lively in the mouth with hints of wild berries, brambles and a hint of mint that are married in a heady mixture of smooth tannins and well-toned acids
Penfolds Thomas Hyland Shiraz, Adelaide ’08 Glass $7 Bottle $30
“A full flavored, medium bodied wine with rich flavors of juicy plumb and dark berries with hints of chocolate, spice and vanilla.
Subtle undertones of oak are well integrated”
Concannon Petite Sirah, Central Coast California SV Glass $7 Bottle $27
This is a dark rich elixir of everything Petite Sirah. Extremely true to the varietal, this Petite Sirah has no oak or tannin present to interfere with the fruit in this wine, which is substantial. This wine is remarkably smooth and light on its feet considering that it weighs in at 13.5% alcohol.
Sparkling Wine & Champagne
Moet White Star XD Champagne . . . $85
Taittinger Brut La Francaise, Half Bottle . . . $42
Veuve Cliqout Yellow Label . . . $80
Veuve Cliquot Yellow Label, Half Bottle . . . $42
Roederer, Cristal ‘02 . . . $275
Marquis de la Tour, Brut . . . $20
Budweiser . . .
Bud Lite . . .
Samuel Adams Original . . .
Guinness . . .
Heineken . . .
Corona . . .
Cutthroat Pale Ale . . .
Bombay Blue Sapphire
Cape Cosmopolitan . . .
Grey Goose Vodka with Fresh Lime Juice . .
Triple Sec and Cranberry Juice . .
Chef’s Table Manhattan . . .
A Chilled Cocktail of Knob Creek Straight Bourbon, Sweet Vermouth and Bitters
Bourbon & Branch . . .
Our version of Bourbon and Water
Booker’s Bourbon and Still Water served over Ice
Classic Dry Martini . . .
The Quintessential Cocktail . . .
A Stirred Blend of Tanqueray Gin & Dry Vermouth
Dirty Vodka Martini . . .
A shaken Vodka Martini married with Dry Vermouth and an ample portion of Olive Juice – Ask For It Muddy
Bourbon Old-Fashioned . . .
Try a Muddled Old-Fashioned with any of our Full-Bodied and complex Single Barrel Bourbons.
You may never go back to Blended Canadians again
Single Malt Scotch
Dalwhinnie, 15 Year . . .
Glenlivet, 12 Year . . .
Cragganmore, 12 Year . . .
Glenmorangie, 10 Year . . .
Oban, 14 Year . . .
Glenfiddich, 12 Year . . .
Johnny Walker Gold . . .
Blanton’s Bourbon . . .
Knob Creek, 9 Year . . .
Basil Hayden’s, 8 Year . . .
Maker’s Mark . . .
Frangelico . . .
Taylor Fladgate Port . . .
Chambord . . .
Di Soronno Amaretto . . .
Kahlua . . .
Pernod . . .
Grand Marnier . . .
Drambuie . . .
Brandy, Armagnac & Cognac
Hennessy VSOP Cognac . . .
Courvoisier Cognac Napoleon . . .
Janneau Armagnac Reserve . . .
Remy Martin VS Cru . . .
Mandarin Orange Napoleon . . .
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