2010 Muscat de Frontignan Chateau de la Peyrade
Sweet Complex and full in the mouth, rich and fruity yet fresh
$6.00

Le Blanc Limé
Sauvignon Blanc, lemonade, splash of soda and a squeeze of lime
$4.00

Le Kir
Chardonnay and black current liquor
$5.00

Pineau des Charentes
Natural smooth, chilled blend of Cognac and grapes juice, aged for 2 years
$7.00

Vin Chaud
Relax with a glass of mulled red wine with seasonal fruits, secrets spices, rhum, & brandy
$4.00

French Kiss
Sparkling Marquis de Perlade blanc de blanc Brute and Grand Marnier
$7.00

French Martini
Chilled blend of vodka, Chambord raspberry liquor and pineapple juice
$6.00

 

Available by the bottle, the %  of the bottle consumed, the glass, half  glass, and taste $.50 and wine flight $6.50 your choice of four white house wines, poured in three ounces quantities, and sold as a

2012 Pays d Oc (Domaine Guillaume Cabrol) Roussillon
Roussillon
$18.00 bottle/ $4.50 glass

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 dry blend of 40% Rolle and 60% Terret The wine is bright and crisp to enjoy with shellfish or as an aperitif

2012 Vendée (Domaine de la Barbinière)
Silex Loire
$24 Bottle / $6 glass

In the south-western edge of the Loire Valley, with the cooling influence of the Atlantic ocean, young Vincent
Orion makes this aromatic white from “Silex” soils. Extensive work with the lees, brings out the vivid
perfume of the 60% Chenin, while the 40% Chardonnay lends texture. This is all about citrus scents and flavors well balanced, crisp with lovely lemon and apple aromas.

2012 Principauté d’Orange White Carignan (Domaine le Renard)
Southern Rhone
$20.00 bottle/ $5.00 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

2011 Macon-Villages la Cote Blanche (Cave de Lugny)
Bourgogne
$20.00 bottle/ $5.00 glass

Light, smooth, easy drinking, no oak, summer Chardonnay blend from different terroirs, around the village of Lugny in the Maconnais (Southern Burgundy region), The nose is fresh with intense notes of fruit and flowers (citrus, white flowers and honey). The palate is flattering, fresh and gourmand

2011 White Zinfandel (Corbett Canyon)
California
$24.00 magnum / $3.00 glass

The classic

2011 Muscadet de Sèvre et Maine sur lie “le Domaine”( Pierre Bouchaud)
Loire
$24.00 bottle/ $6.00 glass

From 50 years old vines, light yellow with green tints. Aromas of sea air and lily of the valley give way to tanguy lemon peel and apple notes with a hint of honey, making this wine fantastically fresh and refreshing. With good minerality and a clean crisp elongated finish, this is a great solo wine or the perfect accompaniment for mussels

2012 Sauvignon Blanc Pays d’Oc (Domaine de Valensac)
Languedoc
$18.00 bottle/ $4.50 glass

From Pascal’s country on the Mediterranean sea next to Spain - Domaine de Valensac. working with limited yieldsand only picking at perfect ripeness, along with modern handling and wine making techniques, makes a Sauvignon with wonderful aromatics and texture, up front, herbaceous and with a lick of grapefruit zestiness that peps up the palate and whets the appetite, a treat

 

Available by the bottle, the % of the bottle consumed, the glass, the half glass, and the taste $.50 and wine flight, which is a grouping of four wines, poured in  three ounces quantities, and sold as a "set" $6.50. Remember, you can now legally take open / unfinished bottles of wine out of the restaurant to enjoy in your home

2012 Pinot Noir (Les Pins Sacrés)
Pays d’Oc
$22.00 Bottle / $5.50 glass

Autumnal aromas of blackberries and blackcurrant, this soft, elegant style of Pinot Noir is full of vibrant strawberry and raspberry fruit flavors, it is produced in the south of France by an association of wine growers with strong desire to keep family vineyards

2008 Montagne Saint Emilion (Chateau la Fleur Boireau)
Bordeaux
$26.00 Bottle / $6.50 glass

The vineyard of Montagne can be found northeast of Saint-Émilion Chateau La Fleur Boireau a 10 hectare vineyard abuts the appellation Lalande de Pomerol. The wine from 30 to 35 year old vines is a blend of 80% Merlot ( gives wine its colour, a good alcoholic richness, and a full bodied texture smooth and round on the palate). and 20% Cabernet franc (gives the wine an aromatic flavor, lightly spiced, with a coolness and tannic structure) The result is a floral, soft, supple wine with plum and current fruits, very versatile with foods

2012 Beaujolais (Bel Air)
Southern Burgundy
$20.00 Bottle / $5.00 glass

Set in the heart of the Beaujolais vineyards, at the foot of Mont Brouilly, La Cave des Vignerons de Bel Air, is a small cooperative, whose growers farm 400 ha of vines, The highest attention is paid to meticulous care in the vineyard and winery and quality is never compromised.. The consistently high level of awards achieved by their wines bears testament to the quality wine they produce

2012 Pays d’Oc (Cante Merle)
Roussillon
$18.00 Bottle / $4.50 glass

From the sun drenched vineyards of southern France, next to the Spanish border, on the Mediterranean sea, an enjoyable , ripe, spicy , blend of 60% Carignan and 40% Syrah,dense, purple in color wine with supple and juicy mouth to be paired with the steak frites and the charcuterie

2011 Syrah (Cave de Cers)
Pays d Oc
$18.00 Bottle / $4.50 glass

As a northen Cote du Rhone grape Syrah need a lot of ageing, in the Languedoc area, Syrah produces wines with quick accessibility. The wine from a small growers association shows lush fruit flavors, fresh sage, dusty earth, boysenberry and spice. It is lovely with dinner, or simply enjoyed as a great cocktail

2011 Cotes du Rhone (Domaine Maby Variations)
Southern Rhone
$24.00 Bottle / $6.00 glass

A very food-friendly style blend of Grenache noir (45%)- Mourvèdre (25%)- Carignan (15%)- Syrah (15%)a wealth of ripe berry fruit flavors .plenty of macerated strawberry, blackberry, red currant, and raspberry jam going for it initially. finishes with a little bit of sweet cassis liqueur, some crushed granite, a healthy dose of white pepper, and some of the brambly herbaceous character that is the hallmark of the reds of the Southern Rhone. It even has a little bit of fine grained tannin up front which gives character and balance to the fruit and spice. All in all it is a surprisingly complete wine