Wine List



White Zinfandel, Kenwood $6 $30  

Ripe strawberry and watermelon fruit flavors with a hint of spice accent this crisp salmon-hued White Zinfandel. The  bright, refreshing flavors of White Zinfandel make it an ongoing favorite among many wine drinkers. Kenwood Vineyards creates the fresh, crisp fruit qualities and balanced  flavors of this wine by lightly pressing Zinfandel grapes and cool fermenting the juice in stainless steel for four weeks. White Zinfandel is delicious as a summer aperitif. It also pairs well with many foods including poultry, salads and spicy Asian cuisine 


Pinot Grigio, Estancia $8 $40 

Estancia has rich aromas and flavors of fresh pears, melons and peaches with refreshing acidity.  This wine pairs well with fish like grouper, halibut, sea bass or simple chicken with caper sauce 


Viognier, Rosenblum Kathy's Cuvee $10 $50

This Viognier possesses beautiful aromas of apricots and peaches gently touched by vanilla and cinnamon. A palate loaded with honeydew melon, apricots, rich vanillas, subtle hints of tropical fruit and just a touch of toastiness complete this elegant wine.This wine is perfect as an aperitif, or will accompany grilled poultry, shellfish and cheeses


Sauvignon Blanc, Sterling $9 $45                

Clear medium straw in color.  Aromas of ripe fresh tropical fruit; pineapple, mango and passion fruit with hints of fresh lemon and fresh apricot.  On the palate the wine shows notes of ripe fresh pineapple and mango with a dry, crisp finish. Typical pairings are fresh seafood prepared with a light cream or butter sauce.
Oysters and shellfish prepared anyway. 


Chardonnay, Kendall Jackson $9 $45        

Forward fruit flavors and aromas of peach, green apple, melon and tropical fruit layered with butterscotch and oak. Lush and rich yet dry with balanced acidity.  Pairs well with seafood salads, fish prepared with lemon.


Riesling, Sterling V Collect $10 $50

Best know for its old-world roots in Alsace and Germany, Riesling immediately conjures up visions of vines hovering against hillsides from the cold. More than any other varietal, Riesling thrives in cool to cold weather. A majority of the grapes for the 2007 Riesling were picked from the northern vineyards of Monterey AVA, where the fog and cool ocean breeze leave a slight chill throughout the day, creating ideal conditions for this temperamental grape.

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Cabernet Sauvignon, Solaris $9 $40 

Deep and rich with concentrated dark berry characteristics. It offers mocha and cassis in the nose along with toasted oak. Well balanced, full-bodied red with rich flavors and soft texture. Great complement to beef carpaccio, rack of lamb or rib-eye steak.


Merlot, Beaulieu Vinyard $ 9 $45 

With a dark ruby color, intense red cherry and cranberry aromas also show a pleasing earthiness. Medium full-bodied with soft tannins complimenting dishes such as grilled meat dishes, and nicely rich pasta dishes made with meat or game sauces


Cabernet Sauvignon, Beaulieu Vinyard $ 9 $45 

Dark ruby color with purple highlights pronounces the strong black currant, cedar, herbs and a hint of tobacco indicate classic Cabernet aromas.  With subtle tannins and a hint of vanilla oak, this is a rich;this is a rich Cabernet which would pair perfectly with a grilled NY Strip, to a leg of lamb, to a juicy hamburger.


Claret, Newton Vineyard $10 $50 

The sophistication and elegance structure of a fine Bordeaux.Aromas of blueberries and cranberries with touches of black current. Ripe tannins surround rich black cherries and plum flavors with a hint of oak. Pairs well with pork chop, peppercom fillet mignon.


Pinot Noir, Acacia $12 $60

You’ll find fresh aromas of red cherry, strawberry and raspberry with rose petal overtones creating a lingering finish and elegant balance. On the finish you’ll finish wine toasty notes and textural complexity. This exciting wine complements a wide range of foods from salmon to lamb, veal and cheeses, pork and salads.

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