White Wine


Featured White and Rosé 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 Vin du Pays du Var Rosé Domaine Sainte Mitre 
$24 Bottle / $6 glass
Not to far from my hometown this bio estate use goat to control the weeds, all natural fertilizer, harvest the grapes at night, the blend of Provence classic red grapes Syrah 40%, Grenache30% and Cinsault30% produce the kind of Rosé to enjoy on a summer lazy day on the Riviera

2014 Sauvignon Blanc (Chateau de la Viaudière)
$24 Bottle / $6 glass
If you like the restrained minerality in the Old World but relish the robust, exotic fruits that the New World offers, this Sauvignon Blanc is for you! Malolactic fermentation and some time on lees provide roundness and volume in the mouth without losing the delicate and vivacious nature of the Sauvignon .dry light, no tannin intense flavor

NV Pineau des Charentes Bernard Boutinet
$5 glass (4 ounces)
A sweet aperitif from the Cognac region.  A blend of unfermented grape juice with Cognac It has a perfumed, vegetal and slightly woody aromas. The flavor is sweet but not cloying on the palate offering sweet, grapey fruit with a tangy acidic zip.

2013 Pays d ‘Oc Rosé Domaine Cabrol
$20 Bottle / $5 glass
Equal blend of Syrah and Cinsault The vines for this crisp Rosé grow on a hillside at 250 meters above sea level in a red, stony, marl-limestone soil. The domaine practices sustainable viticulture and is certified by Terra Vitis. The Mediterranean climate and the fact that they harvest at night protects the aromas and freshness of the wine

2013 Chardonnay (Latour)
$20 Bottle / $5 glass
The climate and the soil in the Ardèche, to the west of Rhône, certainly suits Chardonnay. Couple this terroir with Louis Latour’s Burgundian expertise and the result is medium bodied and dry Chardonnay the mouth it is rounded with flavors of yellow peach and a lovely lasting freshness.

2012 Graves Chateau Beauregard Ducasse
$29 Bottle / $7.50 glass
A classic white Bordeaux blend of 60% Sémillon and 40% Sauvignon, this wine has a delicate nose with notes of lemon peel, melon, freshly-cut hay and elderflower. It opens up on the palate with ripe tropical fruit flavors (mango, papaya, peach), cut through by a crisp, refreshing pink grapefruit, lime and lemongrass acidity
2012 White Zinfandel (Corbett Canyon)
$24 magnum / $3.50 glass

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.

2011 Chablis 1er cru “vaucoupin” (Domaine Ellevin)
Buttery, smooth and mineral, with crisp citrus flavors.

2009 Chablis “Les deux rives@ (Leflaive)
Clean citrus fruit, flint and steel. A ripe, honeyed mid palate

No. 12
2012 Chablis (Baudouin Millet)
A classic Chardonnay with good levels of acidity and ripe lush fruit

No. 7
2013 Saint Véran (cave des grand crus)
expressive and complex, very floral and fruity, intense and full of character

No. 6
2012 Sauvignon de Saint Bris (Domaine des Remparts)
superb Sauvignon delightful, terroir-driven complex aroma

2011 Hautes Cotes de Beaune (Jaffelin)
Fleshy, full of bouquet, fresh, floral and fruity, subtle spice some wood

2012 Macon-Vergisson “La Roche”(Sangouard-Guyot)
Rich on the palate brisk acidity, superb, terroir-driven

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

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

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

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

Vins du Midi

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

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

No. 25
2013 Pays du Var (Domaine Sainte Mitre)
Provence dry, light , pleasant, aperitif, grilled fish and goat cheese

No. 23
2012 Graves (Chateau Beauregard Ducasse)
elegant Bordeaux, medium bodied 40% Sauv Blanc 60% Semillon

No. 28
2013 Lirac (Domaine la Rocalière)
dry and round blend of 80 % Grenache, 20 %Clairette, no oak

No. 29
2010 Chateau Neuf du Pape (Chateau la Nerthe)
Roussanne and Grenache Blanc with a whisper of Clairette

No. 20
2010 Crozes Hermitage (Domaine Michelas St Jemms)
Lush blend Marsanne / Roussanne, creamy, supple, spicy

No. 27
2013 Tavel (Dom Maby)
Grenache fruitiness, richness; cinsault, finesse, length; Mourvèdre Syrah red fruit

No. 19
2012 Tavel Prieuré de Montézargues
nice crisp mouth; round and full bodied, with a nice balance and a velvety feel

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

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

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

No. 33
2013 Pinot Gris (Willm)
attractive, medium sweet wine has fresh acidity to balance the soft texture

No. 36
2011 Riesling vieilles vignes (Frey)
The dry Riesling, fruity, perfect with selfish and sauerkraut

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

Vins de La Loire
Birth place of the Sauvignon blanc

No. 40
2013 Cabernet d Anjou Rosé (Musset- Roullier)
90% Cab.Franc10% Cab.Sauv.medium sweet fruity, lightly spicy

No. 44
2013 Muscadet Sèvre et Maine sur Lie (Cognette)
crisp and fresh, displaying vibrant aromas, solid, bright, mineral

No. 47
2013 Valençay Rosé (Roy)
60% Pinots Noir 30% Gamay, 10% Malbec round and well balanced

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

No. 43
2012 Vouvray sec (Domaine de la Rouletière) Dry
Very mineral with ripe Chenin fruit and great citrus acidity

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

No. 45
2012 Sancerre le manoir (Grall)
Deliciously crisp & elegant Sauv. pristine citrus fruits delicate stony minerality

Vins de Champagne et Sparkling

No. 66
NV Crémant de Bourgogne Brut
elegant,delicately yeasty,complex,nice minerality and softness1/3Pinot 2/3Chard

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

No. 61
NV Marie Demets Brut Rosé
100 % Pinot Noir full bodied perfect as an aperitif or with white meat

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

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

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

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

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

No. 62
NV Perrier-Jouët Brut blason Rosé
succulent,round supple richness, refined, vibrant

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