Wine List // Season 1
Yali Cabernet CarmÃ©nÃ¨re / Chile / $5 / $20
Round tannins with cassis and cherry flavours coming from the Cabernet and soft spice notes from the CarmÃ©nÃ¨re.
Snoqualmi Naked Merlot / Washington State / $8 / $32
100% organically grown grapes that winemaker Joy Anderson says produce ample structure and lingering fruit flavors, like eating fresh Merlot berries off the vine.
Concannon Pinot Noir / California / $8.50 / $33
With aromas of raspberry and ripe strawberry this medium-bodied wine is balanced by warm spice accents of cloves and cinnamon.
Ruta 22 Malbec / Patagonia / $9 / $35
This 100% Malbec grown in Patagoniaâ€™s cool, dry climate has a dark fruit orientation with a hint of plum.
RamÃ³n Bilbao Tempranillo / Spain / $10 / $40
100% Tempranillo grapes aged a total of 22 months with aromas of smoky wood and a persistent spicy finish.
Yali Sauvignon Blanc / Chile / $5 / $20
Exotic flavors of tropical and citric fruits that are in balance with the wineâ€™s natural acidity.
Perrin Reserve CÃ´tes du RhÃ´ne / France / $8.50 / $32
Fresh French olives marinated with Provencal herbs, bright green and briny
Acrobat Pinot Gris / Oregon / $8.50 / $32
This Pinot Gris gives the impression of dryness. Loaded with pretty pear fruit flavor and lightly dusted with cinnamon spice.
Bio-Weingut GrÃ¼ner Veltliner / Austria / 5.50 / $32
This liter bottle (5-6 glasses per bottle) is slightly carbonated with hints of pepper and black walnut and a light citrus finish.
Sauvion Vouvray / France / $10 / $39
Lively and punchy with a honey-noted finish, but not sweet. Round flavors and a beautiful amber color.