SPARKLING & ROSE
Terra Savia Blanc De Blanc 2007, Mendocino
Artisanal, delicious, and part of the proceeds help fund local wildlife habitat preservation.
San Giovanni Prosecco NV, Italy
Bosc pear and new almond, this light & refreshing prosecco is exactly what you are looking for in a first glass.
Pere Ventura Cava Brut Rose NV, Penedes
Pink! With a hint of orange blossom, wild strawberries, raspberries, & cherries. Fresh, fragrant, and lively.
Julien Fouet Cremant Rose De Loire NV, Loire Valley, France
Crisp raspberry, brown sugar & brulée. A forever favorite.
Le P’tit Paysan Pirouette Rose 2010, Monterey County
Dry, yet layered with strawberries and fresh cream, ripe watermelon dusted with light cinnamon.
Blagden Rose 2009, (Pinot Noir) Sonoma Valley
Bold and lively, this blushed expression of Pinot Noir will have you smitten.
Domaine Andre Vatan ‘Les Charmes’ Sancerre 2010, France
Smells like spring – Lilies of the Valley, sweet grapefruit, white peach, lychee and a steely clean finish. Full of finesse, hope, happiness, possibility and wonder. This will make you daydream!
Cultivar Sauvignon Blanc 2010, Napa Valley
A light, crisp wine with surprising depth of flavor, full body and a clean, dry finish.
Grey Stack Cellars Chardonnay 2010, Sonoma Valley
Bright blend of summer fruit, green apples and citrus notes for a clean finish. Unoaked and unfiltered.
Pey-Marin ‘The Shell Mound’ Riesling 2009, Marin County
Refreshing and dry! Think fresh, crisp ripe apricot. Made from organically grown grapes in West Marin.
Gruner Veltliner, Austria via San Anselmo
Fresh as a cool breeze, bright as the morning sun, and clean as a glacial lake. Spring is here!
Elizabeth Spencer Sauvignon Blanc 2009, Mendocino
Effusive yet delicate aromas of pear blossom, ruby grapefruit, rich peach and subtle citrus.
Kinero Brouhaha Pinot Gris 2010, Paso Robles
Vinho Verde in style, bright and refreshing with green apples & lime.
Murphy’s Law Riesling 2010, Columbia Valley, Washington
Off dry with a refreshing fruit forward nose, a delightfully crisp palate and clean finish.
Giornata Il Campo 2009 (Friulano, Moscato Bianco, Chardonnay), Paso Robles
A blend of friuliano, moscato bianco and chardonnay, this bright and balanced wine is delightful.
Fatto A Mano Tocai Friulano 2010, Mendocino
Lots of citrus blossom and aromatic floral notes, wet stones and soft honey. Dances on the palate.
Atrea “The Choir” 2010 (Roussanne and Viognier), Mendocino
Cor blimey – get a load of that! Bouncy tropical fruits, cardamom, rich pear and toasted marshmallow.
Navarro Gewurztraminer 2008, Anderson Valley
Spicy, hints of cloves and mint, rose petals and Asian pears. Fun, festive, good folks and we love the wine!
Cowhorn Spiral 36 White 2009, Applegate Valley, Oregon
100% biodynamic! Blend of Viognier, Marsanne, & Rousanne. Floral notes of sweet olive. Well-rounded, perfectly balanced. Bright, clean finish. Sublime!
Cooper Mountain, Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley
Ripe, round and lively. This wine explodes on the palate with vibrant stone fruit, white peach and cool honeydew melon. Stunning minerality and no sulfite added!
Lioco Chardonnay 2010, Sonoma
Fresh lemon, lime and wet stones entice the nose, intense lemon, green pear and minerality delight the palate.
Storr Chardonnay 2009, Santa Cruz Mountains
Lush, soft and rich. The sunshine radiates with ripe pear, warm custard and vanilla bean.
Chanin Chardonnay 2008, Santa Maria Valley
Beautiful clarity and charming lift. Toasted coconut, raw almond. Sassy finish with no strings attached.
Ossian Verdejo 2007, Segovia Spain
Balanced acidity and Castilian terroir. Mediterranean summer, olive trees and a warm sea breeze. Lime leaf, white peach, French oak and beautiful opalescence.
Landys Estate Chardonnay 2009, Russian River Valley
Sultry butterscotch, grilled pineapple and almond blossom. The finish floats you on a gondola toward the sunset.
Blagden Chardonnay 2007, Sonoma Coast
Showy fruit and Burgundian oak spice. Pineapple meets lemon zest, with some subtle vanilla,
toasted hazelnut and rich meringue.
Fatto A Mano Arneis 2009, Sonoma Coast
A rich, bold blend of minerality, spring fruit and the scent of fresh-baked cake.
Kinero Alice Grenache Blanc 2010, Paso Robles
As an introduction to summer, this wine has spring freshness integrated with tropical fruit and great body.
Dacalier Deux Barique 2009, Lake County (Mourvedre, Grenache, Viognier)
A harmonious mingling of warm raspberry, rose petals and cream soda. Ready for a trip to France? No need to pack, this wine has it all. Picture yourself cruising along a country road with gypsy jazz playing and sun streaming down.
Corkscrew Pinot Noir 2008, Clary Ranch Sonoma Coast
Rich, deep and gentle. Grounded and easy on the soul. Freshly tilled earth, tomato vines, red plums and currants.
Eno Pinot Noir 2008, San Lucia Highlands
One sniff and you’re in. Click your heels, smack your lips, and settle in. Orange peel, red fruits, and salted caramel.
Keefer Pinot Noir 2008, Russian River
Beautiful and sensuous, sultry and awe-inspiring. One glass is almost impossible.
Uvaggio Sangiovese NV (Sangiovese, Vermentino, Syrah) California
Mature and complex vinous aromas heightened by oak to complement the cherry and plum fruit flavors.
Giornata Il Campo 2010, (Primarily Sangiovese) Central Coast
Bright and fruity, full of black cherry, orange peel and cigar spice.
Saint Gregory Pinotage 2007, (child of Pinot Noir and Cinsault) Mendocino
Forget everything you know about Pinotage. This wine abounds with soft tannins, firm acidity and mouth-filling fruit flavors. Siren to red meat. Bramble fruit and olive grove.
Saint Gregory Pinot Meunier 2010, Mendocino
Playful cousin of Pinot Noir. Sage and mountain ridge scrub, dried pasilla peppers, sweet cranberries and red currants. Long finish and silky tannins – delicious all the way.
Cotes Du Rhone, Village Cuvee Des Galets 2009, France
Luxurious, rich huckleberry with a beautifully balanced grip on the palate. Oui, oui, oui!
Campo Alle Rose Cesanese 2008, Italy
Sensual blend of chocolate covered cherries, strawberries and sweet species. So good!.
Forager Pinot Noir 2009, Sonoma County
Cherry, violets, earth and gentle spice gives this Pinot from the Pey’s its Burgundian-like fortitude.
Chronicle Pinot Noir 2007, Sonoma Coast
Great terroir-based winemaking. This pinot has delicate aromas and complex flavors of cherries, raspberry, pomegranate, cola and soft oak. Dry and elegant with supple tannins, juicy and bright, displaying a vibrant acidity.
Wait Cellars Green Valley Pinot Noir 2009, Russian River Valley
Thoughtful, very small scale, hands‐on winemaking gives “old world” flavors of black fruit, cola and soft mint.
Anthill Farms Pinot 2009, Andersen Valley
Aromas of wild strawberry, spice cake, blood orange and floral nuance of with pine needle spice and perfumed plum.
Drew ‘Valentini’ Pinot Noir 2008, Mendocino
Wow! Powerhouse of concentrated fruit. Lush ripe nose with hints of BBQ, cherries and Lapsang Souchong tea.
Peay Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir 2008, Sonoma Coast
Climbing roses, hickory, black tea, white pepper. A Sommelier’s delight. Let her breathe.
Cinnabar Mourvedre 2008, Clautiere Paso Robles
Leather, tobacco, cedar, nutmeg, green coriander and cassis. Pure tease – there’s no resisting this wine. Round in the mouth and bright in the palate. Fruit rich and balanced with spice, tannins, and acidity.
James Judd Estate Barbera 2005, Shandon Vineyard, Paso Robles
Rich with cherries, blueberries, figs and delicate spice. Nose says adventure and the fruit does not disappoint. Is it rude to guzzle?
Pierce Cosecheiro 2008, San Antonio Valley Monterey (Tempranillo, Touriga, Graciano, Petite Sirah)
Roasted nuts, toasted spices, dried oregano and preserved dark fruits. This wine coats your mouth with the most perfect balance of seasoning and love.
Saini Zinfandel 2009, Dry Creek Valley
If a Manhattan cocktail could be a wine – it would be this midnight carnival ride of blood orange bitters and Maraschino cherry.
Atrea ‘Old Soul Red’ 2007 (Zin, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Malbec)
Soft and lush. Ripe red fruit, dry vanilla and hints of clove
Pierce Tourbillon 2007, San Antonio Valley Monterey (Grenache, Surah and Petite Sirah)
Fall herbs and dry cedar, licorice, and the last cherry of the season. Maybe a little breeze and a guitar playing.
Berryessa Gap Malbec 2008, Yolo County
Rich and meaty with cinnamon spice, this domestic Malbec will take you straight back to wanderings in the “jungles” of Bordeaux. An excellent interpretation of this wonderful varietal.
Humanitas Cab Franc 2007, Dry Creek Valley
Created for charitable benefit and enjoyed as a great wine. Sexy and lush, with deep leathery fruit, dreaming into a stagecoach ride of great tannins. True to form.
Cellar Full of Noise Tempranillo 2006, Paso Robles
Exciting aromas of cinnamon, black currant and wild strawberries intertwined with spicy oak.
Mas Martinet Menut Priorat 2007, Catalunya, Spain
Taste the delicious dry rock terroir and luscious brambly fruits, peppered with licorice and black olive.
Broc Cellars Cassia Grenache 2009, Monterey County
Elegant and sophisticated. A rustic Cote du Rhone-like garrigue with deep cherry and pepper spice.
Bucklin ‘Bambino’ 2007, Glen Ellen (Zin, Petite Sirah, Grenache field blend)
Old Hill Ranch is one of the oldest vineyards in Sonoma, planted in the 1890s. Deep, rich, & lovely. An original!
Tallulah “Les Trois Voix” 2007, Shake Ridge Amador County (Grenache/Mourvedre/Syrah)
This wine rises above the noise and takes you with it. There is peace here with brooding fruit, hints of chocolate, roses, and allspice. Beautiful bouquet and graceful balance. Hic!
Storr Grenache, 2008, Central Coast
Abundant flavors of chocolate cherries and burnt vanilla. Cozy in with focused tannins. Perfect for settling the nerves.
Le P’tite Paysan Petite Sirah 2010, Monterey County
Sexy and lush. This wine is all about feeling good! Roll around in the gooshy goodness of ripe plums, blackberry preserves and cinnamon. Don’t be fooled by the hourglass figure of this wine—it has a mighty strong backbone.
Cultivar Cabernet Sauvignon 2009, Napa Valley
A fresh, clean cabernet with chewy tannins and soft acidity; full of pencil lead, raspberries and eucalyptus.
Demuth Kemos Bei Ranch Cabernet 2007, Sonoma Coast
Gorgeous nose of black cherry, espresso, wet stones and cocoa with a dusty, earthy quality. Luscious flavors cascading layers of cherry and dark chocolate, black tea and minerals with lush but firm tannins and an elegant, balanced acidity.
Argot Syrah 2008, Bennett Valley
Rich strawberry rhubarb pie and marzipan. Think beloved ballroom dancing shoes and well-worn cowboy boots at a moonlit barn dance.
Arms Syrah 2008, Alexander Valley
Ripe fruit with ginger and clove and a depth that grabs hold of you.
Cornerstone Cabernet Sauvignon – Split – 2002/04/05 Napa
Smooth, balanced and complex. Well-aged, chocolate covered cherries, natural cola, baking spices, lively acid, wonderfully sweet tannins, and a long finish that evolves. Tastes as good as wines costing twice as much.
FiftyRow Cabernet Sauvignon 2006, Rutherford/Napa
From the ‘golden triangle’ of Cabernet, enjoy the dusty currants, spice and rose petal chocolate. This is a fullbodied, exuberant wine with good texture, lots of purity, depth and richness as well as terrific overall balance.
Flanagan Cabernet Sauvignon 2006, Bennett Valley
Saturated ruby. Great aromas of blueberry, black cherry, minerals and black pepper. Sweet, lush and perfumed in the mouth. Finishes with broad tannins and excellent length and aromatic lift.
Verve, Janka Late Harvest Gewurztraminer 2008, Oregon
Elegant and caressing, full with burnished peaches and delicate lychee. Swoon to this perfect ending.
Meyer Family Port, California
A blend of old-vine Zinfandel from Amador and Mendocino, this port delivers lush, sweet cassis and brandied cherries. The perfect ending to a lovely night! Even more delicious with a pairing of cheese or desserts! YUM!
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