Wine

Wines on Tap

Red

  • Hazlitt Red Cat (New York) 5.50
    Red Catawba and Boca Noir grapes make this sweet red.
  • Parducci Pinot Noir (California) 7.25
    100% Pinot Noir from Mendocino County.
  • Coppolla Rosso (California) 6.00
    Red blend of Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah.
  • Singlo Sangiovese (Italy) 5.50
    100% Sangiovese from La Marche.

White

  • Hazlitt Riesling (New York) 5.50
    Semi-dry Finger Lakes Riesling.
  • Coppola Pinot Grigio (California) 5.50
    House Pinot Grigio.

Premium Wines

Red

  • Layer Cake Primitivo (Italy) 7.50
    100% Pure Old Vine Primitivo grapes aka Zinfandel.
  • Iuli Barbera del Monferrato “Umberta” (Italy) 8.00
    100% Barbera grapes [Certified Organic]
  • Jorio Montepulciano DOC (Italy) 7.50
    100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo.
  • Ruffino Modus IGT (Italy) 9.50
    Italian Super Tuscan blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet and Merlot grapes.
  • Sartori Amarone DOC (Italy) 12.00
    Velvety smooth dry red Amarone della Valpolicella.

White

  • San Lorenze Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico DOCG (Italy) 7.00
    100% Verdicchio from Le Marche region [Certified Organic].
  • Banfi San Angelo Pinot Grigio (Italy) 8.50
    100% single vineyard estate Pinot Grigio from Tuscany.
  • Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) 6.75
    Crisp 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand.
  • Bramito Chardonnay (Italy) 8.50
    100% Chardonnay fruit forward with a mineral character.
  • Dr. Konstantin Frank Semi-Dry Riesling (New York) 7.50
    Riesling from one of New York’s best known wineries.

Wines

Red

  • Riunite Lambrusco (Italy) 5.50
    Lively slightly sweet red wine with a hint of sparkle.
  • Carlo Rossi Paisano (California) 5.00
    House Chianti light slightly sweet Italian style table wine.
  • Ruffino Chianti DOCG (Italy) 6.00
    Traditional medium-bodied wine from Sangiovese grapes.
  • 181 Merlot (California) 6.00
    Classic Bordeaux-style Merlot from Noble Vines.
  • Robert Mondavi Cabernet (California) 6.25
    Central coast using 83% cabernet sauvignon grapes.

White

  • Beringer White Zinfandel (California) 5.50
    Fruit forward and smooth blush wine.
  • Folonari Moscato (Italy) 5.50
    Light and sweet with just a hint of sparkle.
  • Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante DOCG (Italy) 8.00
    100% Moscato grapes.
  • Cavit Lunetta Prosecco (Italy) 8.00
    Light sparkling white.
    TO MAXIMIZE FRESHNESS OF PROSECCO AND ASTI SPUMANTE, WE USE INDIVIDUAL SIZE BOTTLES
  • Kendall Jackson Chardonnay (California) 7.50
    Chardonnay known for its bright fruitiness.
  • Red Diamond Chardonnay (Washington) 5.75
    Fruit forward chardonnay with just a hint of oak.

Wines by the Carafe

Available in ½ liter carafes (about 3 glasses) or 1 liter carafes (about 6 glasses)

Red

  • Hazlitt Red Cat (New York) Half 12.00
    Full 21.00
    Red Catawba and Boca Noir grapes make this sweet red
  • Riunite Lambrusco (Italy) Half 13.00
    Full 24.00
    Lively slightly sweet red wine with a hint of sparkle
  • Carlo Rossi Paisano (California) Half 11.00
    Full 19.00
    House Chianti light slightly sweet Italian style table wine
  • Parducci Pinot Noir (California) Half 17.00
    Full 31.00
    100% Pinot Noir from Mendocino County
  • Ruffino Chianti DOCG (Italy) Half 15.00
    Full 27.00
    Traditional medium-bodied wine from Sangiovese grapes
  • Coppolla Rosso (California) Half 15.00
    Full 27.00
    Red blend of Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah
  • Singlo Sangiovese (Italy) Half 13.00
    Full 24.00
    100% Sangiovese from La Marche [Certified Organic]
  • Robert Mondavi Cabernet (California) Half 16.00
    Full 29.00
    Central coast using 83% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes

White

  • Beringer White Zinfandel (California) Half 13.00
    Full 24.00
    Fruit forward and smooth blush wine
  • Hazlitt Riesling (New York) Half 13.00
    Full 24.00
    Semi-dry Finger Lakes Riesling Half
  • Coppola Pinot Grigio (California) Half 13.00
    Full 24.00
    House Pinot Grigio [Certified Organic]

Wines by the Bottle

Red

  • Layer Cake Primitivo (Italy) 30.00
    100% Pure Old Vine Primitivo grapes aka Zinfandel
  • Iuli Nino Pinot Nero (Italy) 49.00
    100% Pinot Noir grown in the Piedmont region of Italy [Certified Organic]
  • San Fereolo Dolcetto Superiore DOCG (Italy) 45.00
    100% Dolcetto light, fruity with soft tannins [Practicing Organic]
  • Jorio Montepulciano DOC (Italy) 29.00
    100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
  • San Lorenzo il Casolare Rosso IGT (Italy) 26.00
    Blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese grapes [Certified Organic]
  • Cantine del Indie Nero d’Avola “NERO” (Italy) 22.00
    100% Nero d’Avola [Practicing Organic]
  • Poggio Trevalle Santippe IGT (Italy) 27.00
    100% Sangiovese from Tuscany [Certified Organic]
  • 181 Merlot (California) 21.00
    Classic Bordeaux-style Merlot from Noble Vines
  • Graffigna Malbec “G” (Argentina) 28.00
    100% Malbec
  • Tenuta di Arceno Chianti Classico (Italy) 32.00
    80% Sangiovese, 15% Merlot, and 5% Cabernet from the hills of Tuscany
  • Pacina Chianti Colli Senesi Castelnuovo Berardenga DOCG (Italy) 48.00
    Absolutely outstanding Chianti, 97% Sangiovese 3% Canaiolo/Ciliegiolo from Tuscany [Certified Organic]
  • Ruffino Modus IGT (Italy) 40.00
    Italian Super Tuscan blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet and Merlot grapes
  • San Martino “Siir” Aglianico del Vulture (Italy) 30.00
    100% Aglianico grapes referred to as the “Barolo of the South” [Practicing Organic]
  • Uppercut Cabernet (California) 32.00
    85% Napa Valley Cabernet blended with Merlot, Cab Franc & Petit Verdot
  • Eugenio Bocchino Langhe Nebbiolo Roccabella (Italy) 35.00
    Nebbiolo and Langhe grapes, like Barolo [Practicing Organic]
  • Pertinace Barolo DOCG (Italy 65.00
    100% Nebbiolo grapes
  • Sartori Amarone DOC (Italy) 56.00
    Velvety smooth dry red Amarone della Valpolicella
  • Iuli Barbera del Monferrato “Umberta” (Italy) 30.00
    100% Barbera grapes [Certified Organic]

White

  • Folonari Moscato (Italy) 19.00
    Light and sweet with just a hint of sparkle
  • Dr. Konstantin Frank Semi-Dry Riesling (New York) 28.00
    Riesling from one of New York’s best known wineries
  • Vigna de Cecilia Benavides IGT (Italy) 30.00
    50% Moscato, 50% Garganega Slightly sweet blend
  • Banfi San Angelo Pinot Grigio (Italy) 32.00
    100% single vineyard estate Pinot Grigio from Tuscany
  • Kendall Jackson Chardonnay (California) 28.00
    Chardonnay known for its bright fruitiness
  • Villa Maria Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand) 21.00
    Crisp 100% Marlborough, New Zealand grapes
  • San Lorenzo Verdicchio dei Castelli di JesiClassico DOCG (Italy) 34.00
    100% Verdicchio from Le Marche region [Certified Organic]
  • Red Diamond Chardonnay (Washington) 21.00
    Fruit forward chardonnay with just a hint of oak
  • Bramito Chardonnay (Italy) 35.00
    100% Chardonnay fruit forward with a mineral character

Champagne

  • Andre Spumante Champagne – California 16.00
    House toasting champagne
  • Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante DOCG – Italy Full 28.00
    100% Moscato grapes

What does DOC and DOCG mean for Italian wines?

  • DOC stands for Denominazione di Origine Controllata and DOCG is Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita. Both DOC and DOCG wines refer to zones specifically designated for only certain grape varietals.
  • The DOC system began to establish a method of both recognizing quality product and maintaining reputation of that product.
  • The main difference between a DOC and a DOCG is DOCG must pass a blind taste test for quality in addition to conforming to the strict legal requirements to be designated as a wine from the area in question.
  • IGT is another classification for Italian wines, but IGT zones are less specific than DOC and DOCG.