Specialized offerings allow guests to find great quality and accessibility in all regions

White Wines by the Glass/Bottle

2015 Chardonnay, Clos du Bois, California

5oz $11 8oz $16 Btl. $46

2016 Chardonnay, Bin 65 Lindemans, Australia

5oz $8 8oz $12 Btl. $35

2016 Chardonnay, Jackson Triggs Reserve, Canada

5oz $7 8oz $10 Btl. $29

2016 Sauvignon Blanc, Saint Clair, New Zealand

5oz $11 8oz $16 Btl. $46

2016 Sauvignon Blanc, Durbanville Hills, South Africa

5oz $9 8oz $13 Btl. $32

2016 Pinot Grigio, Lamberti, Italy

5oz $9 8oz $14 Btl. $40

2016 Pinot Grigio, Inniskillin, Canada

5oz $6 8oz $9 Btl. $27

2017 Pinot Grigio, Nugan, Australia

5oz $9 8oz $14 Btl. $40

2016 Riesling, Inniskillin, Canada

5oz $8 8oz $12 Btl. $34

2016 Riesling Gewurtztraminer, Open, Canada

5oz $9 8oz $13 Btl. $36

2016 White Zinfandel, Woodbridge, California

5oz $8 8oz $12 Btl. $29

2016 Ogier Cotes du Ventoux Rosé, France

5oz $9 8oz $13 Btl. $34

Red Wines by the Glass/Bottle

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Bin 45 Lindemans, Australia

5oz $8 8oz $12 Btl. $34

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Jackson Triggs Reserve, Canada

5oz $7 8oz $10 Btl. $29

2016 Merlot, Mapu, Chile

5oz $8 8oz $11 Btl. $32

2015 Zinfandel, Ravenswood, California

5oz $11 8oz $16 Btl. $46

2016 Chianti, Ruffino, Italy

5oz $11 8oz $16 Btl. $46

2015 Pinot Noir, Inniskillin, Canada

5oz $8 8oz $11 Btl. $32

2016 Shiraz, Rosemount, Australia

5oz $10 8oz $15 Btl. $44

2013 Rioja Crianza, Montecillo, Spain

5oz $9 8oz $14 Btl. $40

2015 Malbec, Norton Barrel Select, Argentina

5oz $8 8oz $13 Btl. $36

2015 J Lohr Seven Oaks, California, California

5oz $14 8oz $19 Btl. $60

Half Bottle

2016 Chardonnay, Santa Carolina, Chile

$16 per half-bottle

2016 Cabernet Sauvignon, Santa Carolina, Chile

$19 per half-bottle

2015 Sauvignon Blanc, Casillero del Diable, Chile

$18 per half-bottle

2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, J Lohr Seven Oaks, California

$29 per half-bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon by the Bottle

2014 Liberty School, California

$55 per Bottle

2014 Sterling Napa Valley, California

$75 per Bottle

2014 Stag’s Leap, California

$109 per Bottle

2015 Tom Gore, California

$55 per Bottle

2015 J Lohr Hilltop, California

$110 per Bottle

Pinot Noir & Merlot by the Bottle

2016 Pinot Noir, Kim Crawford, New Zealand

$55 per Bottle

2016 Pinot Noir, Meiomi, California

$69 per Bottle

Red Wines of Interest by the Glass/Bottle

2011 Rioja Reserva, Montecillo, Spain

$48 per Bottle

2018 The Prisoner Thorn Merlot, California

$85 per Bottle

2017 Ruffino Modus, Italy

$60 per Bottle

2014 Farnese Vini Edizione, Italy

$95 per Bottle

2013 Mondavi Oakville District Cabernet Sauvignon

$95 per Bottle

2015 Boom Boom Syrah, Charles Smith, Washington

$52 per Bottle

2014 Bordeaux, Chateau Timberlay, France

$35 per Bottle

2012 Amarone, Masi Costasera, Italy

$75 per Bottle

2013 Barolo, Batasiolo, Italy

$75 per Bottle

$69 per Bottle

Champagne & Sparkling Wine by the Glass/Bottle

Prosecco, Ruffino, Italy

Gls $10 Btl. $47

Henkell Trocken, Germany,

200ml Btl $13

Henkell Trocken, Brut Vintage, Germany

750ml Btl $42

Champagne Brut, Moet & Chandon, France

750ml Btl $160

Champagne Brut, Veuve Clicquot, France

375ml Btl $90

Champagne Brut, Veuve Clicquot, France

750ml Btl $180


2015 Darioush Signature Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California

Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon has a seriously plummy and spice box-inspired nose with underlying baked blackberries and kirsch notes plus hints of sandalwood, Bovril and potpourri. The medium to full-bodied palate delivers a riper, berry preserves expression of the valley, packed with exotic spices and floral undertones, finishing long and chewy. This was tasted as a barrel sample.
(Wine Advocate Rating 96-98, October 2017)
- $195 per Bottle -

2010 Château La Tour Carnet, Haut-Médoc, Bordeaux, France

Probably La Tour Carnet’s best since their 2001, the 2010 La Tour Carnet exhibits wonderful ripeness, a dense ruby/purple color, notes of licorice, camphor and some toast as well as lots of black currant and blueberry fruit. It is medium to full-bodied, with attractive sweetness of tannin, good acidity, excellent delineation to its component parts, and a full-bodied, impressively long finish. This wine may close down somewhat, given the moderate tannins, but it seems relatively accessible despite being a 2010. Anticipated maturity: 2018-2035. Another spectacular effort from proprietor Bernard Magrez, this Haut Medoc was harvested very late in 2010. The final blend is 60% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon and the rest a small amount of Cabernet Franc and 1% Petit Verdot.
(Wine Advocate Rating 93, February 2013)
- $125 per Bottle -

2015 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California

Deep purple-black in color, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon springs from the glass with lifted crème dec assis, violets and chocolate box notes plus hints of lilacs, raspberry leaves, anise and cardamom. The perfumed black fruit preserves and chocolate-laced notes completely pack the full-bodied palate, with soft, velvety tannins and just enough freshness, finishing very long and very spicy. Definitely one for hedonists seeking immediate gratification.
(Wine Advocate Rating 94+, October 2017)
- $155 per Bottle -

2013 Ceretto Brunate Barolo, Piedmont, Italy

A superb. Dark, sensual and inviting, but also super-refined, the 2013 possesses exceptional overall balance. Sweet cherry, kirsch, menthol, rose petal, blood orange, licorice, sage and herbs all grace the palate in this translucent, strikingly beautiful Barolo. All of the pedigree and class of Brunate comes through. This is a wine of remarkable grace and compelling beauty. Drink 2016-2033.
(Score - 96 - Antonio Galloni,, Feb. 2017)
- $210 per Bottle -

2012 Masi Costasera Riserva Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Veneto, Italy

This shows a classic, very ripe nose of stewed cherry-prune, dried fig chocolate, earthy grassy notes. It is very full bodied, almost thick, sweetish and very rich, with fine soft tannin. This is delicious, and focused and the length is excellent.
(Score - 93 - David Lawrason,, Nov. 5, 2017)
- $155 per Bottle -

2001 Maison Roche de Bellene, Collection Bellenum, Petite Chapelle Gevrey-Chamertin 1er Cru, Pinot Noir, Burgundy, France

Potel finds gold in Gevrey-Chambertin with this extraordinary Petit Chapelle Premier Cru barrel. There is a level of ripeness and extraction that exceeds most of the rest in this magnificent négoce line-up and an aromatic sweetness sans apareil. Really fine and grainy tannins, more sweetness feigned and ropey fruit reigned in and fully completely surrounded. The tough partners have yet to relent. That and the whole distinction is nothing short of amazing.
(Tasted February 2017. Score 95 - Michael Godel,, June 7, 2017)
- $125 per Bottle -

2016 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Australia

The 2016 Mollydooker ‘Blue Eyed Boy’ Shiraz is another huge success from Mollydooker. This dark, opaque colored wine opens with a rich bouquet of black olive tapenade, crème de cassis and milk chocolate. The overall balance of ripe fruit and acidity here is really nice, as the wine reveals dense flavors of black cherry syrup, Turkish coffee and boysenberry liquor. This plush wine is absolutely irresistible at this juncture but will also cellar marvelously over the next decade. Best 2017-2027.
(Score 94 - Dr. Owen Bargreen,, Dec. 2017)
- $155 per Bottle -

2014 Maison Louis Jadot Chassagne Montrachet, Chardonnay – Burgundy, France

Winemaker Frédéric Barnier hit with this vintage of Chassagne, creating a voluptuous cream puff of a wine with a firm, mineral underpinning. Almost flinty in its reduction, the wine pops with freshness, with scents of tangerine, salty briskness and some darker root-vegetable notes adding depth. It feels ornate with mineral riches, a wine to enjoy as it evolves over the next several years, and to start by decanting a bottle now.
(Score 91 -, April 2017)
- $125 per Bottle -

2015 Sybille Kuntz, Riesling Spätlese, Mosel, Germany

From golden, non-botrytised grapes grown on un-grafted vines up to 100 years old on the steep slopes of the Niederberg-Helden. Ripe aromas of passion fruit and Cape gooseberries. Very finely chiseled. Still youthful with a lightly chalky finish. Super-clean.
(Jancis Robinson Score 17+, July 2016)
- $155 per Bottle -

Bollinger Special Cuvée Brut Champagne Champagne, France

Impressive concentration, freshness and purity here. It’s all gently enriched with some savory, autolysis-driven characters. Truly a modern classic! Showing attractive spicedapple, lemon and pink rose-like florals on the palate, this flows nicely into white-cherry territory with grilled hazelnuts and a core of sorbet-like fleshy peaches and lemons. Great balance. Drink now. Score - 93. (James Suckling,, Oct. 7, 2016)
- $130 per Bottle -

Vintages May Change Without Notice - Prices are Subject to Applicable Taxes

18% Gratuity added for parties of 8 or more

May 2018