•    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

  •    Twin Islands Sauvignon Blanc   

    Twin Islands Sauvignon Blanc
    Clean & crisp. A sharp citrus bang for your buck.

    $7.55/31

  •    Lagaria Pinot Grigio   

    Italy/2010

    Not too dry, not too tart, not too complicated. If only Goldilocks was old enough to drink.

    $8.25/33

  •    Mer Soleil Late Harvest   

    Santa Lucia Highlands

    It’s never too late for this pairing of Viognier’s pure floral aromas.

    $14/7.25 half

  •    Cline Viognier   

    Cline Viognier/California/2011

    Abounding with fruit, yet refreshingly dry, this is a robust, lively glass of wine.

    $8.25/33

  •    Flights   

    Enjoy three half glasses of your choosing or ask your server for featured wines and pricing. All the wine on our menu is available by the half glass, glass or bottle.

  •    Pedroncelli Sauvignon Blanc   

    California/2013
    Crisp, no oak just lingering flavors of citrus & tropical fruit.

    $8/32