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Champagne & Sparkling
- Korbel Brut $7.5
- Moet & Chandon, Imperial $18
- Rosa Regale $12
Full, Dry - Buttery, fruity, sometimes oaky or toasty
- * Trapiche Oak Cask $8
- Casa Lapostolle $11.50
- Lindemans Bin 65 $6.25
King of white wines! It's flavors and styles range from crisp & fruity flavors to big, bold & creamy.
Dry, Light to Medium - Crisp, Herb flavors, Grassy
- * Robert Pepi $8
- Bogle Vineyards $7
Fume Blanc was orginially invented by Robert Mondavi to sell mroe SAuvignon Blanc in California. Fume Blanc and Sauvignon Blanc are similar.
Dry, Light to Medium - Fruity, Crisp, Hints of citrus, apples and pears.
- * Estancia $9 (smoother)
- Mezzacorona $7 (feel more tannins)
Grows extremely well in Northeast Iataly. Rarely wood aged and typically shows bright citrus fruit notes. Pinot Gris is the clone of Pinot Grigio from France.
Semi-Sweet, Light - Fresh, Fruity
- Chateau Ste Michelle $7.25
- Jekel Vineyards $8
Pairs well with spicy foods
White Blend Wine
- Conundrum $15
- * Pine Ridge Chenin Blanc-Viognier $9
- Luccio Moscato D'Asti $8.25
Dry, Full - Complex, Smooth, Herb & Berry
- J Lohr $10
- Snap Dragon $7
- * L de Lythe $9
Cabernet Sauvignon is the most popular of quality red wine grapes and is grown virtually everywhere wine is made.
Dry, Medium - Soft, Earthy, Chocolatey, Berry Undertones
- Concannon $6.50
- * Dynamite Vineyards $7.50
- Tangley Oaks $9.50
Regardless of it's origin, this wine can be either soft and Fruity, medium with some depths or full and rich.
Dry, Light to Medium - Rich, Smooth, Satiny, Fruity
- Trinity Oaks $7
- * Estancia $11
Pinot Noir is a "Fish Friendly" red wine and is often paired with seafood. Pinot Noir produces French Bugundies, and is the leading grapeused in Champagne and Sparkling wines.
Syrah / Shiraz
Dry, Light to Medium - Silky, Smooth, Complex, Spicy Blackberry, Peppery
Wente 'Shorthorn Canyon' $8.50
Shiraz and Syrah are the same grape, but Shiraz is only from Austrailia. Syrah is the Austrailian version of Siraz. These wines have great depth.
Medium to Full - Plum, Raspberry, Earthy
Originated in the Bordeaux region of France. Found renewed acclaim, growing in popularity since production in Argentina and other regions.