Contratto Millesimato Extra Brut   $120

2013, Pinot Noir/Chardonnay, Oltrepo Pavese
With lots of beautiful toast on the nose. Rich and powerful but also tight and direct. Fruity, complex, fine bubbles, a touch of noble rot, cantaloupe, and mandarins.


Tenuta Meraviglia   $45

2018, Vermentino, Bolgheri
Aromatic notes of golden fruit pulp, aromatic herbs, and flowers, highlights the sage and rosemary. Fresh and pleasant flavor, with balanced acidity and herbal palate reminiscences.

Tiberio   $54

2017, Trebbiano, Abruzzo
Transparent brilliant, light yellow with green tinges. Fresh aromas of apricot, grapefruit, jasmine, and orange blossom, anise. Crisp and clean with zippy aromas and flavors of green apple, anise, and almond.

Malvira   $48

2018, Arneis, Roero
Lifted and fresh on the nose with notes of white blossoms and snappy fruits. On the palate, the wine gives way to stone fruits and hints of melon before finishing with a zip of refreshing acidity. The finish is clean but long and showcases this classic vintage perfectly.

Gavi Dei Gavi Black Label D.O.C.G.   $96

2019, Cortese, Gavi/Piedmont
Highly typical, flinty accents; almonds and hazelnut in the finale.


Pine Mountain Miro Reserve   $52

2018, Cabernet Sauvignon, Russian River
Concentrated wild berry aromas, and enhanced variety-specific flavors of dark fruit, minerality, and rich spice. Only 360 cases made.

La Spinetta Garretti Barolo   $155

2016, Nebbiolo, Piedmont
A full-bodied red with classic aromas of sour cherries, dried leaves, dried orange peel and tar. Juicy and mouth watering on the palate with plenty of refreshing citrus zest, framed by firm, tight tannins. Big wine.

La Spinetta ‘Bordini’ Barbaresco   $125

2017, Nebbiolo, Piedmont
Ripe cherry, orange peel and light chocolate at the end. It’s full-bodied, tight and focused with a long, flavorful finish.