Wine

For many years Longhi’s has been an avid wine enthusiast.  Owners, management and staff continue to participate regularly in tastings and food and wine pairings.

Longhi’s is proud to boast that each restaurant has the widest selection of wines by the glass offered anywhere in the state of Hawaii.  The offerings change regularly, so please check with each individual restaurant for specific questions regarding specific wine.  ~Thank You!

 
CHAMPAGNE​
LUXURY CUVÉE

$225.00
Moet & Chandon “Dom Perignon” 2000
94 points Robert Parker
 
$275.00
Krug ”Grande Cuvée ” Brut
 
 
$325.00
Taittinger ”Comtes De Champagne” Blanc De Blancs 2000
96 points Robert Parker
 
$350.00
Moet & Chandon “Dom Perignon” 2002
96 points Robert Parker
 
NON VINTAGE

$85.00
Taittinger “Brut La Française”
 
 
$103.00
Veuve Clicquot “Yellow Label” Brut
 
 
$115.00
Veuve Clicquot “White Label” Demi-Sec
 
 
ROSE

$80.00
Nicolas Feuillatte ”Rosé ” Brut
 
 
SPARKLING WINE​

$38.00
Cristalino, Brut Cava, Spain
 
 
$47.00
Zardetto, Prosecco Brut Cuvee, Conegliano Italy
 
 
$59.00
Roederer Estate Brut, Anderson Valley
 
 
BLANC DE BLANCS

$68.00
Schramsberg ”Blanc De Blancs” Brut 2008
91 points Wine Spectator
 
ROSÉ

$55.00
J Brut ”Rosé”
 
 
HALF BOTTLES​
 
375ml
$140.00
Dominus “Estate” Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa 2008
99 points Robert Parker
 
$165.00
Joseph Phelps “Insignia” Cabernet Sauv. Napa 2007
98​ points Robert Parker
 
$56.00
Realm “the Tempest” Merlot, Napa Valley 2007
92 points Robert Parker
 
Merlot 81% – cabernet suavignon 15% – petit verdot 4%
 
MAGNUMS​
 
1.5 liters (2 bottles)
$150.00
Silverado Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2006
 
 
DOUBLE MAGNUMS​
 
3 liters (4 bottles)
$108.00
Rodney Strong Merlot, Alexander Valley 1998
 
 
$140.00
Bogle Vineyards “Phantom”California 2008
 
 
Zinfandel 52% – petite sirah 46% – Mourvèdre 2%
 
DESSERT WINE 375ML​

$90.00
Joseph Phelps “Eisrébe” Napa Valley 2009
95 points W.E
 
$60.00
Elk Cove “Ultima” Willamette Valley 2008
-93 points W.S
 
WHITE WINES​
GERMANY
 
Riesling is the classic grape of Germany vies with chardonnay for the title of the worlds best white wine grape. its flowery elegance epitomizes what we think of German wines. it produces crisp fruit with high acidity, and refreshing flavors.
 
RHEIN
$43.00
Jean Baptiste, Gunderloch, Riesling Kabinett 2010
 
 
MOSEL
$34.00
Selbach, Riesling 2011
 
 
$44.00
Jakoby Mathy, Kinheimer Rosenberg, Riesling Kabinett 2008
 
 
$65.00
Joh. Jos. Prum, Wehlener Sonnenuhr, Riesling Kabinett 2009
92 points wine spectator
 
ITALIAN
 
UMBRIA, CHARDONNAY
$92.00
Antinori “Cervaro Della Sala” 2009
92 points robert parker
 
Trentino-alto adige, Pinot grigio
$34.00
Allegrini “Corte Giara” 2011
 
 
$36.00
Albino Armani “Corvara Vineyard” 2011
 
 
USA PINOT GRIS/PINOT GRIGIO
 
PINOT GRIS
$35.00
La Crema, Monterey 2012
 
 
$38.00
A to Z Wineworks, Oregon 2011
 
 
PINOT GRIGIO
$34.00
Luna, Napa Valley 2010
 
 
ARGENTINA

$32.00
Zolo, Torrontes, La Rioja, Argentina 2011
 
 
$38.00
Terrazas Torrontes “Reserva” Salta, Argentina 2012
 
 
SPAIN, ROSÉ

$28.00
Bodegas Borsao, Grenache Rose, Campo De Borja Spain 2011
 
 
FRANCE
 
LOIRE
 
The loire region, in central france is home to many appellations and styles of wine. there are three principal white grape varieties. the chenin blanc grape dominates the areas of Touraine and Anjou, it has high acid and has many styles including dessert wines. upstream Pouilly and sancerre are the home of the sauvignon blanc grape, which is intensely aromatic with high acids and herbal flavors. downstream the Muscadet grape is young and fresh. it is low in acid, lighter-bodied, with an easy drinking style.
$34.00
Muscadet Chateau De La Ragotière 2009
 
 
$52.00
Sancerre Hippolyte Reverdy 2011
91 points wine spectator
 
$46.00
Vouvray Champalou 2009
 
 
ALSACE
 
Alsace is a single appellation, with its wines taking their names from single grape varieties. its grapes are Germanic in origin but treated in the French style. the gewurztraminer grape is floral with a spicy aroma and bite. the riesling grape is dry and fully ripened with intense fruit. the pinot blanc grape is light, fresh, and less complex.
$58.00
Pinot Gris Trimbach, Reserve 2007
91 points robert parker-
 
$58.00
Gewurztraminer Domaines Schlumberger “Les Princes Abbes” 2008
90 points wine spectator
 
BURGUNDY
 
CHARDONNAY
 
There are no simple or straight answers to burgundy. The region can be broken into five sub-areas, from chablis in the north to Macon in the south. Home to the chardonnay grape, white burgundies are known for their texture, weight and evolution. The chablis wines have more acid, and distinctive mineral flavors. The cote d’or is known for its high concentration of flavors, rich fruit, with full oak finishes. The Macon wines are simpler, with rounder tastes, and not as long lived.
 
CHABLIS
$45.00
William Fevre “Champs Royaux” 2011
 
 
$120.00
Joseph Drouhin “Vaudésir“ Grand Cru 2007
92 points Robert Parker
 
$130.00
William Fevre “Valmur” Grand Cru 2009
93 points Robert Parker
 
MEURSAULT
$145.00
Domaine Leflaive “Sous Le Dos D’Ane” Premier Cru 2007
 
 
CHASSAGNE MONTRACHET
$95.00
Louis Latour “Cailleret“ Premier Cru 2009
 
 
PULIGNY MONTRACHET
$98.00
Louis Latour “Les Referts“ Premier Cru 2009
 
 
CORTON-CHARLEMAGNE
$175.00
Louis Jadot, Grand Cru 2007
94 points Robert Parker
 
MACON
 
POUILLY FUISSE
$47.00
Louis Latour 2011
 
 
$55.00
Château-Fuissé “Tête De Cru“ 2007
 
 
USA
 
CHARDONNAY
 
Chardonnay is california’s most successful white grape, capable of great wines in the Burgundian tradition with age and sometimes in oak. it yields rich well-balanced wines, in a range of styles. the chardonnay grape produces rich, buttery, full wines with complex fruit and distinctive aromas and superb lingering after tastes.
$32.00
William Hill, Central Coast 2011
 
 
$42.00
Babcock, Santa Lucia Highlands 2011
 
 
$46.00
Varner “Foxglove” Unoaked, Central Coast 2011
90 points R.P
 
$50.00
Landmark “Overlook” Sonoma County 2009
 
 
$57.00
Duckhorn “Migration” Russian River Valley 2010
 
 
$59.00
Frog’S Leap, Napa 2011
 
 
$60.00
Matanzas Creek Winery, Sonoma County 2010
93 pnts Wine Enthusiast
 
$62.00
Frank Family, Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$64.00
ZD, California 2011
 
 
$66.00
Beringer “Private Reserve” Napa Valley 2011
92 points Wine Spectator
 
$69.00
Nickel & Nickel “Truchard Vineyard” Carneros, Napa 2010
 
 
$72.00
Roar, Santa Lucia Highlands 2009
 
 
$75.00
Lloyd, Carneros 2011
By robert Lloyd, former wine maker at Rombauer.
 
$79.00
Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$85.00
Kistler “Les Noisetiers” Sonoma Coast 2009
 
 
$97.00
Lewis, Sonoma 2010
 
 
$97.00
Lewis, Napa 2011
 
 
$98.00
Shafer “Red Shoulder Ranch” Napa Valley, Carneros 2010
93 points Wine Spectator
 
$105.00
Evening Land “Seven Springs Vineyard” La Source Eola-Amity 2007
93 points Wine Spectator
 
$105.00
Brewer-Clifton “Rancho Santa Rosa” Santa Rita Hills 2007
94 points Robert Parker
 
$145.00
Peter Michael “Belle Côte” Knights Valley, Sonoma 2009
94 points Robert Parker
 
$145.00
Peter Michael “La Carrière” Knights Valley, Sonoma 2009
93​ points Wine Spectator
 
SAUVIGNON BLANC
 
In california sauvignon blanc is considered among the finest grapes for white wine. It can be light and herbaceous or oak-aged, solid and of chardonnay quality.
$32.00
Starborough, Marlborough, New Zealand 2012
 
 
$35.00
Ferrari-Carano, Fumé Blanc, Sonoma County 2012
 
 
$39.00
Voss Vineyards, Napa Valley 2012
 
 
$47.00
Frog’S Leap, Napa 2012
 
 
$52.00
Orin Swift “Veladora” Napa Valley 2012
 
 
$58.00
Duckhorn, Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$73.00
Merry Edwards, Russian River Valley 2011
92 points Wine Spectator-
 
MUSCAT CANELLI
$65.00
La Sirena, Moscato Azul, Napa Valley 2011
90 points Robert Parker
 
Floral and tropical aromas and flavors in a crisp yet perfumed dry style. simply delicious! Winemaker Heidi Barrett of screaming eagle and Dalla valle.
 
BLEND
$46.00
Caymus Conundrum, California 2011
 
 
RIESLING USA/ GERMANY
$26.00
Chateau St. Michelle, Washington 2011
 
 
$34.00
Selbach, Riesling, Mosel 2011
 
 
$44.00
Jakoby Mathy, Kinheimer Rosenberg, Riesling Kabinett 2008
 
 
$65.00
Joh. Jos. Prum, Wehlener Sonnenuhr, Riesling Kabinett 2009
 
 
GEWURZTRAMINER USA/ GERMANY
$34.00
Handley, Anderson Valley 2011
 
 
$58.00
Domaines Schlumberger “Les Princes Abbes” Alsace 2008
90 points Wine Spectator
 
PINOT GRIS USA
$35.00
La Crema, Monterey 2012
 
 
$38.00
A to Z Wineworks, Oregon 2012
 
 
PINOT GRIGIO USA/ ITALY
$34.00
Luna, Napa Valley 2010
 
 
$34.00
Allegrini “Corte Giara” Italy 2012
 
 
$36.00
Albino Armani “Corvara Vineyard” Italy 2011
 
 
SPAIN ROSÉ

$28.00
Bodegas Borsao, Grenache Rosé, Campo De Borja Spain 2012
 
 
RED WINES​
FRANCE
 
BORDEAUX
 
Bordeaux is the largest fine-wine region on the earth, with 70 to 80 percent of its total volume red. its most famous wines come from the Medoc, graves and the Libournais. in the eighteenth century the English created a “new French claret”, a more refined style, stored in bottles and aged. the famous classification of the Medoc growth was established in 1855 and with a few modifications still holds good today. the major varieties in use are cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot.
 
MEDOC
$42.00
Château Greysac 2008
 
 
GRAVES
$65.00
Château Pontête-Bellegrave 2006
 
 
BURGUNDY
 
The burgundy wine trade is characterized by a large number of independent growers, very small vineyard sites, and the distinctive “Negociant-Eleveur”, or shipper. although it is difficult to generalize about burgundy, it is often said that the dominant factor is a growers or merchants style. pinot noir is the red grape of burgundy. different in style, weight, and development from a bordeaux it is rich, fairly alcoholic, yet velvety.
 
Louis Latour
$120.00
Cote De Nuits “Chambolle-Musigny” 2009
 
 
$96.00
Corton “Clos De La Vigne Au Saint” Grand Cru 2002
 
 
Joseph Drouhin
$85.00
Nuits-Saint-Georges 2007
 
 
Bouchard Pere & Fils
$108.00
Beaune “Clos De La Mousse” Premier Cru 2007
91 pnt W.E
 
$150.00
Nuits-Saint-Georges “Les Cailles” Premier Cru 2008 92 Pnt W.S
 
 
LOIRE
 
CHINON
$55.00
Domaine De Pallus, Les Pensees 2009
Cabernet franc. 91 points Wine Spectator
 
RHONE
 
Having been “rediscovered” in recent years Rhone wines have become increasing popular. the northern Rhones, cote Roties and hermitages come from the syrah grape and are big, concentrated, fruity, and tannic. Chateauneuf-du-pape, from the southern Rhone can be a blend of up to thirteen grape varieties, with the majority being grenache then syrah and Mourvèdre. the wines are full bodied and spicy.
 
CROZES HERMITAGE
$65.00
Alain Graillot 2009
92 points Wine Spectator
 
COTE ROTIE
$115.00
Domaine De Bonserine “La Garde” 2004
93 points Wine Spectator
 
CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE
$75.00
Clos De L’Oratoire Des Papes 2009
93 points Wine Enthusiast
 
$92.00
Domaine La Roquète 2007
93 points Robert Parker
 
$110.00
E. Guigal 2005
93 points Robert Parker
 
SPAIN

$60.00
Embruix “Vall De Llach” Priorat 2008
91 points Robert Parker
 
30% Garnacha 25% Carinena 20% Cabernet Sauvignon 15% Syrah 10% Merlot
$128.00
Alvaro Palacios “Finca Dofi” Priorat 2007
93 points Robert Parker
 
60% Garnacha 40% Cabernet, Syrah and Merlot
 
ARGENTINA
 
MALBEC
$34.00
Tilia, Mendoza 2011
 
 
$36.00
Ruta 22, Patagonia 2011
 
 
$43.00
Felino, Viňa Cobos (Paul Hobbs) Mendoza 2012
 
 
Malbec & Cabernet Sauvignon
$69.00
Bodegas Caro, Mendoza 2006
91 points Wine Spectator
 
(Nicolas Catena and Lafite’s Baron de Rothschild) 50% Cabernet Sauvignon 50%Malbec
 
ITALY
 
PIEDMONT
 
Piedmont, although not large in production, is one of Italy’s most prized wine producing areas. similar to burgundy with manicured vineyards, fragmented into single-owner plots, on south facing slopes. its most noble vine, the nebbiolo is the source of barolo and Barbaresco. these wines are powerful and astringent. as they mature they show an array of scents including tar, truffles, violets, and berry flavors.
 
BAROLO
$105.00
Paolo Scavino 2005
91 points Wine Spectator
 
$158.00
Paolo Scavino “Carobric” 2005
95 points Wine Spectator
 
BARBARESCO
$75.00
Cascina Bruciata “Rio Sordo” 2004
91 points Wine Spectator
 
BARBERA D”ASTI
$38.00
Prunotto “Fiulot” 2011
90 points Wine Spectator
 
VENETO
$33.00
Zenato, Valpolicella Superiore 2011
 
 
$39.00
Secco Bertani, Valpolicella Ripasso 2008
 
 
$86.00
Bertani, Villa Arvedi, Amarone Della Valp.Valpantena 2007
91 points Wine Spectator
 
$150.00
Allegrini, Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico 2006
94 point Robert Parker
 
TUSCANY
 
Tuscany is identified with art, craftsmanship, ideas, and wine. home to the sangiovese grape, the hearty mainstay from chianti to Brunello di montalcino. many of tuscany’s best wines of today are the fashionable unclassified wines, many of them blends of sangiovese, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc.
 
CHIANTI
$32.00
“Cetamura” Coltibono 2011
 
 
CHIANTI CLASSICO RISERVA
$52.00
Ruffino Riserva Ducale 2007
 
 
$75.00
“Badia a Passignano” Riserva, Antinori 2006
91 points Robert Parker
 
$72.00
“Marchese Antinori” Riserva 2008
 
 
SUPER TUSCAN BLENDS
$92.00
“Le Serre Nuove” Tenuta Dell’Ornellaia, Bolgheri 2005
 
 
Merlot 50% Cabernet Sauvignon 35% Cabernet Franc 10% Petit Verdot 5%
$98.00
“Summus” Castello Banfi, Montalcino 2003
91 points Wine Spectator
 
Sangiovese 40% Cabernet Sauvignon 40% Syrah 20%
$100.00
“Il Borgo” Cabreo 2008
93​ points Wine Spectator
 
Sangiovese 70% Cabernet Sauvignon 30%
$120.00
“Cepparello” Isole ℮ Olena 2005
92 points Robert Parker
 
Sangiovese 100%
$125.00
“Il Pino” Tenuta Di Biserno 2006
94 points Wine Spectator
 
Cabernet Franc 35% Cabernet Sauvignon 32% Merlot 25% Petit Verdot 8%
$250.00
“Lupicaia” Castello Del Terriccio 2005
94 points Robert Parker
 
Cabernet sauvignon 85% merlot 10% petit verdot 5%
$365.00
“Solaia” Marchesi Antinori, Firense 2003
95 points Wine Spectator
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 75% Sangiovese 20% Cabernet Franc 5%
$395.00
“Sassicaia” Tenuta San Guido, Bolgheri 2006
97 points Robert Parker
 
$395.00
“Sassicaia” Tenuta San Guido, Bolgheri 2008
96​ points Robert Parker
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 85% Cabernet Franc 15%
$395.00
“Ornellaia” Tenuta Dell’Ornellaia, Bolgheri 2009
97 points Robert Parker
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 55% Merlot 22% Cabernet Franc 21% Petit Verdot 2%
 
BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO
$100.00
Castello Banfi 2004
93 points Wine Spectator
 
$110.00
Castello Banfi “Poggio Alle Mura” 2004
94 points Wine Spectator
 
$140.00
Marchesi De’ Frescobaldi, Castel Giocondo 2004
Wine Spectator #15 wine of the year, 95 points
 
CALIFORNIA
 
CABERNET SAUVIGNON & BLENDS
 
Makes california’s best red: fruity, fragrant, tannic, full-bodied needs maturing in oak, and at least 3 years in bottle age. the best Cabernets come from the central napa valley, parts of sonoma and certain areas of the central coast.
 
Napa / Sonoma / Paso Robles
$114.00
Behrens & Hitchcock “Left Bank” Napa Valley 2004
92 points Robert Parker
 
$147.00
Caymus Napa Valley 2010
92 points Wine Spectator
 
$250.00
Caymus Special Selection, Napa 2007
96 points Wine Spectator
 
$60.00
Chappellet Cervantes “Mountain Cuvee” Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$108.00
David Arthur “Estate” Napa Valley 2006
96 points Wine Enthusiast
 
$140.00
Dominus “Estate” Napa Valley 2008
1/2 bottle 375 ml -99 points Robert Parker
 
$58.00
Duckhorn Decoy “Red” Napa Valley 2010
 
 
$90.00
Duckhorn Paraduxx, Napa 2009
 
 
$117.00
Duckhorn Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2009
 
 
$125.00
Duckhorn Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2010
 
 
$69.00
Freemark Abbey Napa Valley 2009
91 points Wine and Spirits
 
$125.00
Hollywood & Vine “2480” Napa Valley 2007
92+ points Robert Parker
 
$40.00
Irony Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$105.00
Joseph Phelps “Estate Grown” Napa Valley 2009
92 points Wine Enthusiast
 
$425.00
Joseph Phelps “Insignia” Napa Valley 2007
98​ points Robert Parker
 
$165.00
Joseph Phelps “Insignia” Napa Valley 2007
½ Bottle 375ml -98 points Robert Parker
 
$62.00
Justin Cabernet Sauvignon, Paso Robles 2010
 
 
$120.00
Justin Isosceles, Paso Robles 2009
92 points Robert Parker
 
$120.00
Honig “Bartolucci Vineyards” Napa Valley 2007
93 points Wine Spectator
 
$100.00
Krupp Brothers “Stagecoach Vineyards” Napa Valley 2007
92 points Wine Spectator
 
$165.00
Lewis Napa Valley 2008
94 points Wine Spectator
 
$325.00
Opus One Napa Valley 2007
95 points Robert Parker
 
$110.00
Paradigm Oakville, Napa Valley 2009
 
 
$315.00
Peter Michael “Les Pavots” Knights Valley, Sonoma 2007
97 points Robert Parker
 
$315.00
Peter Michael “Les Pavots” Knights Valley, Sonoma 2008
98 points Wine Spectator
 
$145.00
Plumpjack Estate “Mcwilliams Oakville Vineyard” Napa 2009
94+ points Robert Parker
 
$72.00
Raymond “Reserve” Napa Valley 2004
 
 
$105.00
Relic “Artefact” Napa Valley 2008
93 points Robert Parker
 
$145.00
Shafer One Point Five, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley 2009
93 points Robert Parker
 
$150.00
Silverado Napa Valley 2006 Magnum
1.5 liter ( 2 bottles)
 
$129.00
Silver oak Alexander Valley 2008
 
 
$225.00
Spottswoode St. Helena Family Estate Grown, Napa 2003
94 points Robert Parker
 
WASHINGTON

$90.00
Cadence Tapteil Vineyard, Red Mountain 2009
92 points Robert Parker
 
Cabernet Sauvignon 57% Merlot 26% Cabernet Franc 17%
$135.00
Andrew Will Champoux Vineyards, Horse Heaven Hills 2008
95 points Robert Parker
 
Cabernet sauvignon 46% merlot 26% cabernet franc 23% petit verdot 5%
$400.00
Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley 2007
100 points Robert Parker
 
$400.00
Quilceda Creek Columbia Valley 2008
99​ points Robert Parker
 
MERLOT
 
The variety is originally known because of its major importance in bordeaux and in other areas for blending with the cabernet sauvignon grape. Merlot came into its own in california in the 1970’s. Known for its softer, more suppler texture and aromas that are sweeter and more forward than the cabernet sauvignon.
$34.00
Deloach, Heritage Reserve, California 2012
 
 
$38.00
Coppola, California 2011
 
 
$54.00
Whitehall Lane, Napa Valley 2010
 
 
$58.00
Swanson, Oakville, Napa Valley 2009
 
 
$60.00
Silverado “Mt. George Vineyard” Napa Valley 2009
 
 
$62.00
Rombauer, Carneros 2008
 
 
$72.00
Frog’s Leap, Napa 2009
 
 
$90.00
Duckhorn, Napa 2009
 
 
$98.00
Etude “Grace Benoist Ranch” Carneros 2007
92 points Robert Parker
 
$56.00
Realm “the Tempest” Napa Valley 2007
1/2 bottle 375 ml. 92 points Robert Parker
 
RHONE RANGERS / BOUTIQUE BLENDS
$65.00
One Time Spaceman “Moon Duck” Paso Robles 2009
 
 
Mourvedre 40% Syrah 30% Grenache 20% Tempranillo 10%
 
Winemaker Mark Adams, assistant Winemaker at Saxum
$85.00
Relic “Ritual” Napa Valley 2009
92 points Robert Parker
 
Mourvedre 40% Grenache 20% Carignan 20% Syrah 10% Petite Sirah 10%
$110.00
Linne Calodo, Rising Tides, Paso Robles 2009
92 points Robert Parker
 
Mourvedre 40% Syrah 30% Grenache 30%
$125.00
Linne Calodo, Sticks and Stones, Paso Robles 2009
92 points R.P
 
Grenache 64% Mourvedre 29% Syrah 7%
$135.00
Favia “Quarzo” Amador County 2009
95 points Wine Spectator
 
Four distinctive clones of Syrah marry to produce this blend.
$135.00
Favia “Rompecabezas” Amador County 2008
95 points Wine Spectator
 
Grenache 43% Syrah 37% Mourvedre20%
 
Winemaker Andy Erickson from Abreu, Dalla Valle, Spottswoode and Screaming Eagle.
$295.00
Saxum, James Berry Vineyard, Paso Robles 2009
98 points Robert Parker
 
Grenache 57% Mourvedre 31% Syrah 12%
$260.00
Saxum, James Berry Vineyard, Paso Robles 2010
96+ points Robert Parker
 
Grenache 52% Mourvedre 26% Syrah 22%
$340.00
Sine Qua Non, Pictures, Santa Barbara County 2007
97+ points Robert Parker
 
Grenache 89% Syrah 9.5% Viognier 1.5%
 
PINOT NOIR
 
The Pinot Noir Is One of the Greatest Fine-Wine Grapes. It Makes the Fabulous Red Wines of Burgundy, and It Is Largely Responsible for Champagne. The Vine Is Difficult, Only Moderately Prolific, but in the Right Soil and the Right Climate It Produces with Splendor. It Is Sweeter, Less Tannic, Richer-Textured Than Cabernet Sauvignon and Is Enjoyable at a Far Younger Age.
 
 
CALIFORNIA
$52.00
Lincourt “Lindsay’S” Sta. Rita Hills 2010
 
 
$130.00
Sea Smoke “Southing” Santa Rita Hills 2009
92 points Wine Enthusiast
 
$133.00
Sea Smoke “Southing” Santa Rita Hills 2010
92 points Wine Spectator
 
$68.00
Talbott “Sleepy Hollow Vin.” Santa Lucia Highlands 2011
91 points Robert Parker
 
$100.00
Roar “Gary’S Vineyard” Santa Lucia Highlands 2009
93 points Robert Parker
 
$48.00
Truchard, Carneros 2009
 
 
$95.00
Donum “Estate Grown” Carneros 2008
93 points Wine Spectator
 
$105.00
Duckhorn “Goldeneye” Anderson Valley 2010
 
 
$130.00
Littorai “Cerise Vineyard” Anderson Valley 2007
 
 
$130.00
Littorai “Mays Canyon” Russian River Valley 2007
94 points Wine Spectator
 
$165.00
Kosta Browne, Russian River Valley 2010
93 points Wine Spectator top 100
 
$185.00
Kosta Browne “Amber Ridge Vineyard” Russian River 2008
95 points
 
$185.00
Kosta Browne “Keefer Ranch” Russian River 2008
95 points Wine Spectator
 
$73.00
Red Car “Heaven & Earth” La Bohème Vineyards, Sonoma Coast 2008
 
 
$145.00
Kistler, Sonoma Coast 2009
95 points Wine Spectator
 
$225.00
Kosta Browne, Sonoma Coast 2009
95 points Wine Spectator
 
Wine Spectator #1 Wine of the Year
 
OREGON
$70.00
Solena “Domaine Danielle Laurent” Willamette Valley 2006
90 points Wine Spectator
 
$78.00
Chehalem “Reserve” Yamhill County 2006
92 points Robert Parker
 
$98.00
Ken Wright “Mccrone Vineyard” Yamhill-Carlton 2010
92​ points Wine Spectator
 
$110.00
Ken Wright “Shea Vineyard” Yamhill-Carlton 2009
93 points Robert Parker
 
PETITE SYRAH
$64.00
Erna Schein, Kick Ranch, Sonoma County 2007
92 points Wine Spectator
 
$32.00
Bogle Vineyards, California 2011
 
 
$125.00
Robert Foley Vineyards, Napa Valley 2007
95+ points Robert Parker
 
$195.00
Turley, Hayne Vineyard, Napa Valley 2009
96 points Robert Parker
 
ZINFANDEL
 
One of the most popular and best red wine grapes in California, where it produces good, sound wines. possibly of Italian, or Hungarian origin, immensely successful and popular for all levels of wines. the best grapes have excellent balance, a lively raspberry flavor and seem to mature indefinitely.
$140.00
Bogle Vineyards “Phantom”California 2008
Double Magnum (4 bottles)
 
$48.00
Peachy Canyon “Westside” Paso Robles 2010
 
 
$54.00
Michael David “Earthquake” Lodi 2011
 
 
$60.00
Rombauer Vineyards 2011
 
 
$62.00
Orin Swift “the Prisoner” Napa Valley 2011
 
 
$69.00
Grgich Hills “Estate Grown” Napa Valley 2008
 
 
$64.00
Turley, Juvenile, California 2010
90​ points Wine Spectator
 
$98.00
Turley, Pesenti Vineyards, Paso Robles 2010
94 points Robert Parker
 
$114.00
Turley, Ueberroth Vineyard, Paso Robles 2010
95​ points Robert Parker
 
$195.00
Turley, Hayne Vineyard, Napa Valley 2009
95 points Robert Parker
 
$195.00
Turley, Hayne Vineyard, Napa Valley 2010
 
 
$90.00
Duckhorn Paraduxx, Napa 2009
 
 
GRENACHE
$125.00
Linne Calodo, Sticks and Stones, Paso Robles 2009
92 points Robert Parker
 
$135.00
Favia “Rompecabezas” Amador County 2008
95 points Wine Spectator
 
$340.00
Sine Qua Non, Pictures, Santa Barbara County 2007
97+ points Robert Parker
 
$295.00
Saxum, James Berry Vineyard, Paso Robles 2009
98 points Robert Parker
 
$260.00
Saxum, James Berry Vineyard, Paso Robles 2010
96+​ points Robert Parker
 
SYRAH
$68.00
Pax, Walker Vine Hill Vineyard, Russian River 2006
93 points Robert Parker
 
$100.00
Jc Cellars “Haley” Rockpile Vineyard, Sonoma 2007
94 points Wine Spectator
 
$135.00
Favia “Quarzo” Amador County 2009
95 points Wine Spectator
 
$150.00
Shafer “Relentless” Napa Valley 2009
95 points Wine Spectator
 
AUSTRALIA

$63.00
St Hallett “Old Block” Shiraz, Barossa 2004
91 points Wine Spectator
 
$64.00
Betts&Scholl “Black Betty” Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2008
92​ points Wine Spectator
 
$85.00
Burge “Draycott” Premium Shiraz, Barossa Valley 2006
92+ points Robert Parker
 
$69.00
Rosemount “Balmoral” Syrah, Mclaren Vale 2004
91 points Wine Spectator
 
$80.00
Mollydooker “Blue Eyed Boy” Shiraz Mclaren Vale 2010
93 points Robert Parker
 
WINE BY THE GLASS​
SPARKLING & CHAMPAGNE

$7.50
Cristalino, Extra Dry Cava, Spain
 
 
$9.50
Zardetto Prosecco Brut, Conegliano Italy
Light and lively with aromas of wild strawberries and golden apples. Flavors are soft and balanced with a touch of creamy sweetness.
 
$13.00
Roederer Estate Brut, Anderson Valley
Crisp and elegant with complex pear, spice and hazelnut flavors. Fresh and lightly fruity with great finesse and depth of flavor.
 
WHITE

$8.00
Chardonnay, William Hill, Central Coast 2011
Made in a rich and elegant style with enticing aromas of creamy vanilla, honeysuckle and pear. This wine is full bodied and rich with refined acidity that is maintained through the intense fruit and vanilla focused finish.
 
$11.00
Chardonnay, Varner “Foxglove” Central Coast 2010
This Unoaked wine reveals gorgeous crisp honeyed lemon, poached pear, and honeysuckle notes intermixed with a hint of pineapple. medium body with zesty acidity, stunning purity, and delightful balance. -90 points r.p-
 
$15.00
Chardonnay, Matanzas Creek Winery, Sonoma County 2010
Rich and creamy, with complex pear, fig, melon and spice flavors that are pure, balanced, elegant and delicate, ending with a honeysuckle edge. 93 points wine enthusiast
 
$8.00
Sauvignon Blanc, Starborough, Marlborough, New Zealand 2011
A​ crisp, approachable style is characterized by layers of citrus and ripe tropical fruit with light herbal notes. The wine shows flavors of passion fruit, guava and kiwi over a citrus background.
 
$8.50
Pinot Grigio, Corte Giara by Allegrini, Italy 2011
Bright straw-yellow in color, with delicate aromas of lemon citrus and acacia flowers. Fresh and well-balanced with good depth and a long, attractive finish.
 
$10.00
Pinot Gris, a to Z Wineworks, Oregon 2011
Dry, medium bodied, with aromas of citrus, lychee, and minerality, this wine is concentrated and focused with crisp acidity and a long finish.
 
$8.00
Riesling, Selbach, Mosel Germany 2011
Medium​ dry, with delicate floral aromas and hints of citrus, this wine is bright and crisp with flavors of ripe apple and pears.
 
$12.50
Caymus, Conundrum, California 2011
A blend of chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, semillon, viognier, and muscat produce this wine of floral and tropical flavors. Wonderful complexity and range of flavors, with ripe pear, fig, nectarine, tangerine, vanilla, and anise.
 
$8.00
Torrontes, Zolo, La Rioja, Argentina 2011
An aromatic wine with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruit flavors. Well balanced with a lingering finish.
 
ROSÉ

$7.00
Rose Grenache, Bodegas Borsao, Campo De Borja Spain 2011
Light and lively with aromas of wild strawberries and golden apples. Flavors are soft and balanced with a touch of creamy sweetness.
 
RED

$10.00
Cabernet Sauvignon, Irony, Napa Valley 2011
Aromas of blackberry and cocoa, ripe fruit flavors of currants and succulent black cherries, supported by medium tannins and a supple finish.
 
$16.00
Cabernet Sauvignon, Justin, Paso Robles 2011
Complex with bright fruit of blackcurrant, cherry and boysenberry mixed with vanilla and subtle cedar notes on a long finish with some mineral and cherry candy notes supported by smooth round tannins.
 
$7.50
Syrah, Mcmanis, California 2011
This wine is round, full and filled with flavors of mixed berries. Smoke and earth are evident on the nose and meld with dark berry fruit and chocolate on the finish.
 
$13.00
Pinot Noir, Lincourt “Lindsay’S” Santa Rita Hills 2010
Notes of black cherry and worn leather explode on the nose followed by a rich brown sugar spice. Blueberry cobbler, lemon zest and freshly ground cardamom round out the palate. Full, ripe and harmonious, this wine is delicate, subtle and endlessly layered.
 
$17.00
Pinot Noir, Talbott “Sleepy Hollow Vineyard” Santa Lucia 2011
A beautiful, earthy and slightly Burgundian effort, spending 11 months in 30% New French oak. offering up lovely black cherry, earth, toasty oak and spice, it has outstanding definition and clarity on the palate with integrated acidity and ripe tannin. 91 points robert parker
 
$8.50
Merlot, De Loach, Heritage Reserve, California 2012
Luscious flavors of blueberry and black plum mingle with notes of raspberry and dusty chocolate. A well-structured wine with smooth tannins.
 
$12.00
Zinfandel, Peachy Canyon “Westside” Paso Robles, 2010
Aromas​ of raspberry intertwined with a touch of vanilla and blackcherry. This robust wine is unfiltered and displays the unique character of an “old world style” zinfandel.
 
$8.50
Petite Sirah, Bogle Vineyards, California 2011
Voluptuous and full-bodied on the entry, the heady aromas of black currants and plums awaken the senses. Juniper and spice seduce the supple tannins, as this wine finishes long and lingering.
 
$8.50
Chianti, Coltibono, “Cetamura”, Tuscany, Italy 2011
This wine has a bright, intense red color with the essence of cherries and ripe wild berries in the nose. A soft, balanced full flavored wine with good structure, well-balanced acidity accompanied by a long clean finish.
 
$8.50
Malbec, Tilia, Mendoza, Argentina 2011
The nose offers ripe black fruits, black pepper spice and floral notes. Black raspberry and currant flavors mingle with notes of sweet spice and a touch of leather. The finish is long and persistent with soft, sweet tannins.
 
PORTS​
BY THE GLASS

$7.00
Croft, Distinction Reserve
 
 
$7.50
Fonseca, Bin 27
 
 
$10.00
Fonseca, 10 Year Tawny
 
 
$8.00
Graham, Six Grapes
 
 
$15.00
Graham, 20 Year Tawny
 
 
COGNACS, BRANDIES, GRAPPA & LIMONCELLO​

$9.00
Hennessy Vs
 
 
$9.00
Courvoisier Vs
 
 
$23.00
Courvoisier XO
 
 
$11.00
Remy Martin VSOP
 
 
$60.00
Remy Martin Extra
 
 
$21.00
Martell Cordon Bleu
 
 
$8.50
Calvados, Christian Drouin “Coeur De Lion”
 
 
$11.50
Castello Banfi Grappa
 
 
$10.50
Alexander Grappa
 
 
$14.00
Sarpa Di Poli Grappa
 
 
$16.00
Uvaviva Di Poli Grape Brandy
$7.50
Il Tramonto, Limoncello
SINGLE MALT SCOTCH​

$9.00
Glenlivet 12 Year Old, Banffshire Scotland
$9.50
Glenfiddich 12 Year Old, Banffshire Scotland
$10.00
Glenmorangie 10 Year Old, Ross-Shire Scotland
$11.00
Laphroaig 10 Year Old, Islay Scotland
$13.00
Macallan 12 Year Old, Craigellachie Scotland
$30.00
Macallan 18 Year Old, Craigellachie Scotland
$15.00
Oban 14 Year Old, Argyll Scotland
$35.00
Chivas Regal 25 Year Old Original, Blended Scotch Whiskey
$38.00
Johnny Walker Blue Lable, Blended Scotch Whiskey
Prices and Availability are subject to change