Our wines are from a variety of vendors and wineries from around the world, our years and vintages may not be available in stock and our menu may change without notice.
– Dry White Wines –
– Chateau Ste. Michelle – 2007 – Pinot Noir –
From the hills of California comes this staple vintage from 2007. This wine ranges from dry to mid-sweet and pairs well with chicken and salted pasta.
– Barefoot – 2009 – Sauvignon Blanc –
This dry wine ranges from dry to very-dry and pairs well with most red sauces and pastas and especially well with pork products.
– Sweet White Wines –
– Chateau Ste. Michell – 2006 – Riesling –
This sweet wine ranges from bitter-sweet to mid-sweet and pairs well with most desserts or pastas that sit on the sweeter side.
– Chateau Ste. Michelle – 2011 – Gewurztraminer –
This wine, ranging from sweet to very-sweet is best paired with a dessert, such as cheesecake.
– Barefoot – 2014 – White Zinfandel –
This wine. ranging from sweet to very-sweet is best served after a meal and dessert is served as it has a sweeter note than most wines.
– Red Wines –
– Yellowtail Wines – 2013 – Merlot –
This wine is dry in nature and is best paired with a red meat such as beef or dark meat of pork such as a shoulder portion. This wine pairs well with red sauced pasta such as spaghetti and red sauced penne.
– Chateau Ste. Michelle – 2007 – Merlot –
This vintage from California ranges from dry to very-dry and is best paired with any dark meat such as beef, veal, dark pork or italian sausage.