Sparkling

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut   $100

NV, Pinot Noir/Chardonnay, Champagne
Medium straw, yellow color; complex aromas of ripe apple and light cream, excellent depth and persistence; medium-bodied, active and layered on the palate; dry, medium acidity, well balanced; bright and beautiful ripe fruit and cream in the flavors; medium finish, lasting impression in the aftertaste.

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.

White

Stony Hill   $69

2013, Chardonnay, Napa Valley
Light, lithe, and elusive, this wine begs for time in the glass to develop, and it changes as it goes, maintaining a persistence of exotic Asian spice and citrus, stony minerality, and a dash of lemon peel. Green apple also shines through, the texture of the wine crisp yet complex.

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.

La Spinetta   $60

2018, Vermentino, Tuscany
Bright citrus, herbs, and meringue are all on offer here. Medium-to full-bodied with good density to the center palate. Good acidity drive, too. Finishes quite long.

Gini   $48

2018, Garganega, Soave
Golden-hued and medium-bodied, this wine is a superlative expression of Garganega, the indigenous Northern Italian grape varietal used to make Soave Classico. With white blossoms and delicate fruit on the nose – golden apple, pear, a tinge of ripe lemon — it features stony minerality, bright, refreshing acidity, and lingering notes of honey.

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.

Red

Cristom “Marjorie Vineyard”   $160

2017, Pinot Noir, Willamette
This wine starts out aromatically wild, with scents of crushed, dried violet petals and smoke. After a day it becomes elegant, with flavors of crushed plums infused with soft oak spice, lasting with a fine savor.

Cottanera   $51

2018, Nerello Mascalese, Etna
Vibrant ruby red in color. Delightful scents of raspberry and blackberry, wildflowers interwoven with light mineral scents. Very pleasant freshness on the palate, with a fresh-tasting hint of acid.

Tenuta Meraviglia   $80

2016, Cabernet Sauvignon/Cabernet Franc, Bolgheri
Intense ruby red hues, black fruit aromas, especially blackberries and cherries, with herbal nuances. Well-structured and refreshing with an enduring finish.

Marchesi di Gresy   $60

2018, Nebbiolo, Martinenga
Bright ruby-red of medium intensity. Clean and intense fruity scents of strawberry, raspberry, black cherry, and cherry. Fresh, lively, harmonious and balanced, medium-bodied, and pleasantly tannic.

Vigne Sannite   $39

2015, Aglianico, Sonnio
Ripe black licorice with some funk. Hints of menthol layered with thick fruit and robust tannins; full-bodied earth and ripe blackberries, raspberries, and black cherries.

Luigi Einaudi   $60

2018, Dolcetto, Piedmont
Bright and juicy, displaying pure cherry, blackberry, and floral aromas and flavors. The vintage’s dense tannins are present but well-integrated.

Ciacci Piccolomini “Ateo”   $60

2018, Piedmont, Cabernet/Merlot
Intense ruby red in color, this wine offers an intense bouquet of herbal, spicy and fruit-forward notes. Very well-structured and full-bodied, yet quite soft and balanced. A wine with a great personality and a long aftertaste.

Franco Serra   $36

2018, Piedmont, Barbera
Brilliant ruby red with hints of crimson. Cherry and floral on the nose, with a hint of anise. Dry and medium bodied with ripe red fruit, bright acidity and smooth tannins.

Miro   $80

2018, Pine Mountain, CA, Cabernet Sauvignon
Softer, more velvety tannins, intense color in the wine, concentrated wild berry aromas and enhanced variety-specifc flavors of dark fruit, minerality, and rich spice.