Red Wines

Valpolicella Classico 2021, Luigi Righetti (Veneto, Italy) – $36

Valpolicella Ripasso 2019, Campolieti Luigi Righetti (Veneto, Italy) – $48

Shiraz 2019, Kingston Estate (Limestone Coast, Australia) – $43

Circus Number, Tinto 2019 (Alentejo, Portugal) – $47

Grenache 2019, Domaine Saint Michel (Côtes Du Rhône, France) – $38

Pinot Noir 2019, Sprucewood Shores (VQA, Peele Island) – $39

Pinot Noir 2016, Coastal Vines (Central Coast, California) – $41

Pinot Noir 2017, Racine (Languedoc, France) – $49

Merlot 2016, Tenuta Santome (Veneto, Italy)- $70

Merlot Blend 2016, Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens (Bordeaux, France) – $56

Carmenere Reserva 2017, Terranoble (Maule, Chile) – $42

Cabernet Sauvignon/Carmenere 2017, Valle Secreto (Cachapoal Valley, Chile) – $43

Cabernet Franc 2014, Valle Secreto (Cachapoal Valley, Chile) – $65

Cabernet Sauvignon 2019, Kingston Estate (Coonawarra, Australia) – $43

Cabernet Sauvignon 2018, Sognum, Luigi Righetti (Veneto, Italy) – $48

Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, James Mitchell (Lodi, California) – $47

Cabernet Sauvignon N/V, T.N.T. Estate Grown (Lodi, California) – $43

Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Carmenet Reserve (California, U.S.) – $56

Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, Blazon Winery (Lodi, California, U.S.) – $57

Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, Thread Count (Napa Valley, California, U.S.) – $99

Cabernet Sauvignon 2016, Bon Anno (Napa Valley, California, U.S.) – $120

Rioja 2017, Bodega Forcada Flor de Baco, Crianza (Rioja, Spain) – $46

Tempranillo/Viognier 2016, Plan B (Western Australia) – $64

Italian Blend N/V, Piccini Memoro Rosso (Tuscany, Italy) – $39

Primitivo N/V, Cantine Lizzano (Puglia, Italy) – $42

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2017, La Quercia (Abruzzo, Italy) – $44

Syrah/Grenache 2015, Gerard Bertrand (Languedoc, France) – $41

Chateau Pontey 2018, Cru Bourgeois (Medoc, France) – $61

Terrasse Pavée Séguret 2018, Rhonéa (Côtes du Rhône, France) – $47

Mas Laval 2012, Les Pampres (Languedoc, France) – $63

Givry 2017, Domaine du Cellier aux Moines, 1er Cru (Burgundy, France) – $98

Barbera d’Alba 2016, Giacomo Fenncchio (Piemonte, Italy) – $50

Chianti Classico 2016, Castello di Verrazzano (Tuscany, Italy) – $67

Raboso Piave 2011, Parcel #912, Tenuta Santomè (Veneto, Italy) – $75

LeMacchiole 2009, Paleo (Tuscany, Italy) – $125

Amarone 2017, Capitel de Roari, Luigi Righetti (Veneto, Italy) – $86

Barolo 2018, Giacomo Fenocchio (Piemonte, Italy) – $110

Barolo 2014, Fossati, La Morra (Piemonte, Italy) – $185

Profundo 2011, Valle Secreto (Cachapoal Valley, Chile) – $195

Brunello di Montalcino 2015, Armilla (Tuscany, Italy) – $149

White Wines

Sauvignon Blanc 2019, Misty Cove (Marborough, New Zealand) – $41

Sauvignon Blanc 2018, Te Mania (Nelson, New Zealand) – $45

Sancerre 2021, Domaine de la Villaudiere (Loire, France) – $66

Pinot Grigio 2020, La Tunella (Friuli-Venezia-Giulia, Italy) – $55

Pinot Gris 2019, Sandhill (BC VQA Okanagan Valley, Kelowna) – $35

Riesling 2019, Misty Cove Landmark Series (Marlborough, New Zealand) – $60

Chardonnay 2019, Peller Estates (VQA Niagara) – $40

Chardonnay 2018, The King, Plan B (Western Australia) – $56

Chablis 2019, Domaine Dampt (Burgundy, France) – $80

Gruner Veltliner 2021, Misty Cove (Marlborough, New Zealand) – $63

Bubbly

Prosecco, Tentua Santome (Italy)
$44.00

Cava, Anna de Cordorniu (Spain)
$43.00

Veuve Clicquot Brut (Champagne, France)
$150.00

Wine by the Glass

Sauvignon Blanc, Misty Cove (Marlborough, New Zealand)
$10.50

Riesling, Trius (VQA Niagara Penninsula)
$9

Rosé, Baudry Dutour, Marie Justine Chinon (Loire Valley, France)
$10.50

Pinot Grigio, San Martino (Veneto, Italy)
$9

Chardonnay, Coastal Vines (California)
$10

Malbec, Bodega Septima (Mendoza, Argentina)
$10.50

Blend, Roodeberg Red (South Africa)
$9

Pinot Noir, Bread and Butter (Napa Valley, California, U.S.)
$10.50

Cabernet Sauvignon/Cab Franc, Vineland Estates (Niagara)
$10