Red Wine


Featured Red Wines 
Featured house wines are available by the bottle, glass, half glass, and taste 50¢.  A wine flight consisting of your choice of 4 featured house wines – red, white, or combination – 3 ounce pours $7.50

2013 Cotes du Rhone (Laveau)
$24 Bottle / $6 glass
Cotes du Rhone is the quintessential Paris bistro red wine because of its easy drinking, and affinity for a variety of foods, our offering medium bodied blend of 60 % Grenache 40 % Syrah slightly peppery scent floats with the raspberry aroma, and the red fruit flavor is uninterrupted by aggressive tannins or high acidity

2010 Syrah la passion classico (Jean Pla)
$22 Bottle / $5.50 glass
The Côtes Catalanes are located close to Barcelona, but on the French side of the border. The wind and the very dry climate keeps the 30 to over 100 years of age. vines dry and healthy, with out the need of chemical products the result is a round, powerful and fruity Syrah with complex aroma ; you will smell the garrigue.

2012 Anjou Gamay (Chateau de la Viaudière)
$22 Bottle / $5.50 glass
The Gamay grape of the Beaujolais wine region has had a long history in the Anjou region of the Loire valley This family has been making wine on their estate since the 16th century. It is a great summer wine, fresh, easy drinking, extraordinarily aromatic

2011 Pinot Noir (cep du Soleil)
$20 Bottle / $5 glass
From the gates of Béziers, (Pascal home town) the sunny climate of southern France experience the cooling of the Mediterranean, this rich well balanced Pinot Noir has a bright nose with notes of red berries,

2010 Mont Baudile Chemins de Carabote
$28 Bottle / $7 glass
100+ year old Carignan vines, bio estate, vinified in tank. Aromas of black pepper and dark cherry. Palate shows deep, spicy black cherry fruit, soft and rich, complex flavors

Vins du Sud

No. 91
2011 La Clape ( Chateau Pech Céleran 5eme generation)
rich blend 45%Grenache,35%Syrah,12%Carignan

No. 94
2010 Mont Baudile ( Les Chemins de Carabote)
great nose, full flavored ,100% old Carignan

No. 93
2011 Fronton (Chateau Coutinel “Quintessence”)
Cab Sauv, Syrah & Negrette raised in oak, dense firmly tannic

No. 90
2007 Madiran (Clos Basté)
100% Tannat, Dark purple color, dry tannins and good acidity. black and red fruits

Vins de la Loire

No. 95
2012 Anjou (Chateau de la Viaudière)
lightly spicy, round and fruity 100% Gamay

No. 97
2012 Bourgueil (Damiem Lorieux Gravier )
medium bodied, 100% Cabernet Franc dark berry, spice , fruity

Vins de la Vallée du Rhône

2012 Sablet (Domaine des Espiers)
clean, purposeful, and well made nicely balanced, pure tasting wine

2012 Lirac (Domaine Maby)
velvety texture surrounding the rich and concentrated black and blue fruit flavors

2011 Gigondas (Laveau)
full and rich 50% Grenache, 40 % syrah 10%Mourvèdre

2011 Gigondas (Domaine des Espiers)
Highly perfumed,70% Grenache, black, blue fruit and spice flavors

2011 Chateau Neuf du Pape (Domaine Laveau)
powerful, big and round aged in oak

2010 Chateau Neuf du Pape (Domaine Pontefical)
old school bouquet, medium bodied, smooth, well balanced

2005 Chateau Neuf du Pape (Mas de Boislauzon)
full bodied, concentrated, earthy, black cherry and spice filled

2010 Crozes Hermitage (Domaine Michelas St Jemms)
Syrah with flesh and drive, blackberry & black currant fruit

Vins de Bordeaux
Blend of three grapes: the more Merlot the softer the wine, Cabernet Franc gives the wine structure and finesse, Cabernet Sauvignon is tannic and firm.  The soil, year and winemaker will determine the final product

2009 Médoc (Chateau Hourbanon)
Broad, fruity aromas, rich flavors, moderately oaked, pure and enjoyable fruit

2010 Médoc (Chateau Tour Prignac) cru Bourgeois
round,supple mellow tannins 57% Ca Sauv &Franc43% Merlot

2011Graves Chateau Beauregard Ducasse”Albert Duran”
50% Merlot, 40% CabSauv 10% Petit-Verdot oak balanced

2011 Montagne Saint Emilion (Chateau Rocher Calon)
Ripe and fruity90% Merlot, 10% Cab Franc, sweet tannin

2010 Pauillac (Chateau Tour du Roc Milon)
Excellent balance of ripe Cabernet, light oak and fresh fruit

2010 Saint Estèphe (Chateau Léo de Prades)
50% Merlot 30% Cab Sauv 20% Cab Franc well integrated wood

2011 Saint Estèphe (Chateau Moulin Delille)
Bright and bold blend of55% Cab, 45 % Merlot, long finish

2008 Lalande de Pomerol (Chat Les Hauts Conseillants)
85% Merlot 15% Cab.Franc, strong, clear, full of dept

2010 Lalande de Pomerol(Chat Les Hauts Conseillants)
85% Merlot 15% Cab.Franc, Ripe and flesh

Vins de Bourgogne
all Pinot Noir except the 2 Beaujolais villages

#163 and 165 Gamay

2013 Morgon Le Py (Bel Air)
concentrated, dense and generous, strong minerality and gritty texture100 % Gamay

2013 Moulin-a Vent (Domaine des Ailes)
powerful, meaty, chewy Gamay

2011 Bourgogne “clos Saint Germain”( Olivier Larochette)
lighter ,round and fresh

2010 Mercurey 1er cru Clos des Myglands(Faiveley)
Richly structured, ripe plum and sweet acidity, firm tannin

2011 Mercurey (Faiveley)
Lots of aroma and flavor but no extraneous weight. notable tannins but well measured

2011 Santenay (Drouhin)
“A real “terroir” Pinot Noir, aromas of black fruit and spices ,above silky tannins.

2009 Givry Cuvée Margot (Domaine Pelletier-Hibon)
Older vines aged in oak

2010 Rully (Drouhin)
Bright, snappy and bristling with energy, firm, chewy tannins

2011 Hautes cotes de Beaune (Domaine du Prieuré)
Firm, juicy, well balanced

2010 Savigny les Beaune 1er Cru Les Vergelesses (Jaffelin)
Discretely tannic,full-bodied while preserving its fruit

2012 Maranges 1er cru Clos Roussots ( domaine Bachelet)
Round Pinot, firm and vigorous tannins

2002 Gevrey-Chambertin Clos Village ( Philippe Livera)
old world, earthy, pure, complex

2011 Pommard (domaine Bretrand Bachelet)
Powerful Pinot, good tannins

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