White Wine

 

Featured White 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 $6.50

2013 Pays du Var Rosé (Domaine Sainte Mitre)
Provence
$24 Bottle / $6 glass
Domaine Saint-Mitre is a family estate located next to my home town. With sustainable farming practices: The soils are ploughed and sheep come to the vineyards in the winter to eat the grass. This Summer Rosé blend of Provencal red grapes 40% Syrah 30% Grenache & 30%Cinsault has a pale pink color, delicate nose of white flowers and fresh red berry fruits. On the palate, a soft, silky rosé with notes of strawberry, raspberry and a hint of citrus.

2013 Cotes du Rhone Rosé (Domaine Maby)
southern Rhone
$24 Bottle / $6 glass
Rosé from the cotes du Rhone have more alcohol and are more robust than the one from Provence this medium bodied Rosé with 14% alcohol, blend Cinsault, Grenache and Picpoul from a southern cotes du Rhone sustainable family estate next to the village of Tavel, is a good example.

2012 Principauté d’ Orange white Carignan (Domaine le Renard)
southern Rhone
$20 Bottle / $5 glass
The town of Orange, at the very southern end of the Rhone Valley in southern France. lies just north of the junction between the eastern Languedoc and Provence, this bio estate raised a very impressive wine, from low yield 30 year old white Carignan vines, vinified at low temperatures in tank.,the wine has very nice, lemon scents, pure fruit with subtle fennel notes in the nose. Lush entry into the mouth. Excellent density and good acids and texture. perfect with sea food.

2013 Chardonnay Cotes de Thongue Cave de Lissac)
Languedoc
$20 Bottle / $5 glass
A tempting crisp Chardonnay, with notes of honey, apple and lemon from vineyards situated in the south of France a few kilometers from the coast of the Mediterranean sea near the Spanish border and the cooling influence of the Pyrenees mountains

2011 White Zinfandel (Corbett Canyon)
California
$24 magnum /$3 glass
The classic

2013 Bordeaux “les vignes de la Garène” ( Chateau Vrai Caillou)
Bordeaux
$21 bottle/ $5.25 glass
Situated the highest point of the Entre deux Mers region on a stony ground vitally important for growing the vines (Caillou’ means ‘pebble), This is a bright, fresh and elegant wine with flavors of peach and lemon, hint of smoke and spice and crisp clean finish. The blend 70% Sauvignon Blanc, 20% Semillon and 10% Muscadelle is an ideal accompaniment to the mussels the wine is light and juicy enough to serve all by itself on a warm summer day. But is has such dynamic minerality, owed to old vines grown in rocky soil, that it will make virtually any type of seafood dish sing

Vins de Bourgogne
Birthplace of Chardonnay. Depending on the soil, exposure, winemaker and vintage, all of these Chardonnays will be different, but all are raised to accompany, not overpower, your meal.

No. 7
2010 Sauvignon de Saint Bris (Simonet Febvre)
Fresh vibrant Sauvignon with full gooseberry and lime fruit
$26

No.12
2011 Petit Chablis (Simon)
Excellent mineral citrus nose, racy and fresh, very good sweet acids, juicy and tart
$29

No.11
2010 Chablis (Simon)
Excellent mineral nose riper green fruit, lusher mouth pure supple, softer yet very mineral
$33

No.1
2011 Chablis 1er cru “vaucoupin” (Domaine Ellevin)
Buttery, smooth and mineral, with crisp citrus flavors.
$49

No.8
2009 Chablis “Les Deux Rives (Leflaive)
Clean citrus fruit, flint and steel. A ripe, honeyed mid palate
$51

No.10
2011 Hautes Cotes de Beaune (Jaffelin)
Fleshy, full of bouquet, fresh, floral and fruity, subtle spice some wood
$35

No. 6
2009 Bourgogne “les Sétilles” (Leflaive)
Round, rich & creamy, 70% from Puligny terroirs and 30% Meursault
$33

No.15
2012 Macon-Vergisson “La Roche”(Sangouard-Guyot)
Rich on the palate brisk acidity, superb, terroir-driven
$33

No. 9
2011 Pouilly-Vinzelles “en Paradis” (Latour)
Crisp and light to medium-bodied ,fairly rich mid-palate, apricot
$34

No. 16
2012 Pouilly Fuissé “Terroirs” (Sangouard-Guyot)
Seductive wine a really nice expression of the Chardonnay
$39

No. 14
2011Pouilly Fuissé (Latour)
Balanced wine; fat and sappy in the mouth, one finds floral aromas peppery finish
$42

No. 4
2011 Montagny 1er Cru “les Jardins”(Feuillat-Juillot)
Medium bodied Rich but not heavy
$42

No. 5
2008 Rully (Latour)
Floral notes on the nose, green apple crispness followed by a balanced finish, no oak
$34

No. 2
2010 Mercurey (Faiveley)
Medium-weight, elegant, apple, grapefruit light mineral flavour balanced and bright
$39

No. 3
2008 Meursault Les Chevalier (Matrot)
Cream and honey
$81

No. 18
2009 Meursault Vieilles vignes (Roche de Bellene)
Dry, balanced quite complex good fruit and long finish
$115

Vins du Midi

No. 22
2009 Cotes de Gascogne (de Laguille) 
100% Overripe Petit Manseng, sweet, full, powerful and delicate!
$25

No. 24
2013 Pays du Var Rosé (Domaine Sainte Mitre)
Traditional Provence, Rosé from Syrah, grenache and Cinsault
$24

No. 21
2013 Cotes du Rhone Rosé (Domaine Maby)
Full bodied and powerful Rosé
$24

No. 26
2011 Lirac (Domaine Maby)
Well balanced, fruity: apricot& pear, round blend of Grenache, Clairette & Picpoul
$27

No. 20
2010 Crozes Hermitage(domaine Michelas st Jemms)
Lush blend Marsanne / Roussanne, creamy, supple, spicy
$46

No. 25
2012 Graves (Chat Beauregard Ducasse)
Classic Bordeaux, Sauvignon & Sémillon, fresh floral aromas
$33

Vins d’ Alsace
A lot of fruit, off to medium dry, very different from the German wine of the same name

No. 33
2012 Pinot Gris Cuvée de l Ours(Frey)
Delicate fruity wine great finesse, full-bodied, well-balanced medium dry$
$34

No. 37
2012 Muscat (Cattin)
Very fruity, light and aromatic
$35

No. 32
2011 Pinot Blanc Rayon de lune (Frey)
Off dry, pure in character, well balanced, authentic
$29

No. 39
2012 Riesling (Cattin)
Clean, crisp aroma and hints of pear, green apple, and pepper
$35

No. 36
2011 Riesling vieilles vignes (Frey)
The driest of our Riesling, fruity, perfect with selfish and sauerkraut
$34

No. 30
2012 Gewürztraminer Collines de Granit (Frey)
Off dry, spicy, rose aroma, round and lasting palate
$39

Vins de La Loire
Birth place of the Sauvignon blanc

No. 42
2012 Vendée (Domaine de la Barbiniere)
Well balanced , aromatic blend 60% Chenin, 40% Chardonnay
$24

No. 44
2011 Muscadet sevre et Maine sur Lie (R de la grange)
light and fruity great with the mussels
$24

No. 49
2013 Touraine Noble Joué Rosé (Rousseau)
fat, round, little acidity, blend of 3 Pinots Noir, Meunier, and Gris
$33

No. 40
2013 Vouvray (Noel Bougrier)
Medium bodied, 100 % Chenin blanc well balanced, crisp finish
$27

No. 41
2012 Vouvray Marie de Beauregard (Saget la Perrière)
Semi-dry delicate wooded overtones good balanced mouth
$36

No. 45
2012 Sancerre (Grall)
Deliciously crisp and elegant with pristine citrus fruits and delicate stony minerality
$39

Vins de Champagne

No. 60
NV Marie Demets Tradition
10% Chardonnay, 90 % Pinot Noir small bubble, bright but creamy mouth
$58

No. 69
NV Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Réserve
well balanced, rich, stylish, fruity, lingering finish
$55

No. 64
NV De Venoge Brut Rosé
Dry, lovely balance, finer bubbles perfect aperitif and with sea food
$69

No 63
NV Taittinger Brut La Française
40% Chardonnay , 60 % Pinot Noir, crisp, rich and complex
$71

No. 65
NV Roederer Brut Premier
Outstanding, soft creamy , compelling overall balance
$90

No. 68
NV Pol Roger Réserve Brut
perfect for lovers of exuberantly-styled Champagne, a Winston Churchill favorite
$79

No. 67
2004 Perrier-Jouët Brut
Belle Epoque; Elegant, graceful, vibrant
$160

 

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