•    Chateau Campuget Rose   

    France/2013
    Aromatic with tastes of rasperries. Perfect with that summer salad.

    $8/32

  •    Bieler Pere Et Fils Rose   

    France/2013
    Elegant and zesty. Reactions may vary from “Ooh-la-la” to “J’adore!”

    $10/40

  •    Villa Wolf Riesling   

    Germany/2012
    Stone Fruit flavors with a full, rich texture. But sip it, don’t wolf it down.

    $8.25/33

  •    Liberty School Chardonnay   

    Central Coast/2012
    Big & fruity with plenty of vanilla to give you that creamy mouthfeel.

    $10/40

  •    Louis Chevallier Macon Villages Chardonnay   

    France/2012
    Think honeysuckle and fresh almonds. This wine is rich tasting but aged in stainless steel barrels. Burgundy’s best.

    $10.75/43

  •    Saumur Blanc les Pouches   

    France/2012
    Made from the Chenin Blanc grape, with flavors of peach, lemon zest & grapefruit, it’s a fruit bowl in a glass.

    $7.75/31

  •    Giordano Lombardo Gavi di Gavi   

    Italy/2013
    Delicate & floral but crisp with minerality. If you like Pinot Grigio, give this one a sip or two or three.

    $10.75/43

  •    Columna Alberino   

    Spain/2011
    Pineapple, stone fruits and mucho minerality. It’s terrific.

    $11/44

  •    Decero Cabernet Sauvignon   

    Argentina/2012
    Complex, rich & ripe. Gives California Cabs a run for their money.

    $11/44

  •    Hey Mambo Sultry Red   

    California/2011
    A southern Rhone blend, soft & dry. It will do the mambo on your tongue.

    $8.50/40

  •    Matchbook Tinto Rey   

    California/2009
    Meet the Red King. It’s the Tempranillo grape with Syrah, Graciano, & Cabernet. Have a glass, you’ll agree it totally rules.

    $10/40

  •    Tineta Ribera del Duero   

    Spain/2012
    Delicious notes of smoke & rich juicy red fruit. Succculent & sensual.

    $9.50/38

  •    Graziano Zinfandel   

    Mendicino County/2011
    Zesty and rich, this Zin is one of the best we have tasted in a while. It’s a mouthful with a lingering finish. You’re welcome.

    $11.50/46

  •    McManis Merlot   

    California/2012
    Engaging, with just the right blend of black fruit flavors and toasted vanilla spice.

    $7.50/30

  •    Duxoup Charbono   

    Napa/2011
    Pronounced “duck soup”. It’s dark & intense, but aged into a soft, plump lovely wine. Did we just describe your mother by any chance?

    $12/48