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Every Wednesday from 6:30pm-8:00pm come check out our complimentary wine tasting. A three-to-six varietal wine tasting that we host every week while also featuring 50% off Reserve bottles and $5 off wines by the glass.

Reserve Chardonnay

Talley, Chardonnay, San Luis Obispo Coast


Lemon pith and apricot jam aromas are cut by a clean line of chalky alkalinity on the nose of this appellation blend. Snappy citrus flavors of lime and grapefruit show on the palate alongside ripe pear and peach, but the saltiness attracts the most attention.

Martinelli, Chardonnay, Bella Vigna, Sonoma


The Bella Vigna Chardonnay is expressive on the nose with aromas of lemon, fresh earth, and white flowers. Bright on the palate with flavors of powdered sugar, candied citrus, and pineapple cake, this wine has an extremely balanced finish.

Drouhin Vaudon, Chablis


A dry and fruity wine, easy to drink. Its color is pale gold with greenish hues. Very fresh aromas reminiscent of citrus (lemon or grapefruit); small pleasant touches of fern or coriander are found as well. On the palate, dry and fruity, with mineral notes. Pleasant and long aftertaste
Other Reserve Whites

Martinelli, Rose of Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast


Fresh aromas of strawberry, powdered sugar and a hint of orange blossom burst from the glass. Quenching flavors of pomegranate and raspberry are present from the entry to mid palate. The balanced acidity supports the fresh strawberry and soft minerality in the lingering finish.

Stolpman, Rousanne,


Aromas of Asian pear and honeysuckle sprinkled with citrus tell the tale of a rich, indulgent Roussanne ready to coat the palette in full-bodied splendor. On the nose, one can almost smell the rich texture and the mouthfeel doesn’t disappoint. While opulence carries the day, complimentary notes of lychee, lemongrass, and jasmine bring a more delicate prettiness

Stolpman Vineyards, Uni, Ballard Canyon, California


70% Rousanne and 30% Chardonnay. Golden Pineapple, white flowers, and Asian pear backed by tangerine citrus. Delightful fuzziness all over from the nose through the mouth. Fresh, crunchy acidity compliments the full bodied richness of the mid-palate and provides a titillating cut under the fleshy, cloudy textures.
Reserve Pinot Noir

Paul O'Brien, Pinot Noir, Umpqua Valley, Oregon


This is given a bit of a twist, with one-quarter whole-cluster fermentation in concrete. The bright fruit shines through with sharp flavors of cranberry, raspberry and spicy plum. Vivid acidity adds lift and life, while the tannins bring in stem and green tea notes.

Martinelli, Pinot Noir, Bella Vigna, Sonoma Coast


Our Bella Vigna Pinot Noir is curated from all of our estate vineyards in the Sonoma Coast appellation, we have created an approachable appellation blend that reflects the characteristics of our family's vineyards and is still true to our Martinelli style.

Andrew Rich, Volcanic Sediment Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley


Deep, bright-rimmed scarlet. Highly perfumed cherry, raspberry and floral scents are complemented by suggestions of cola and exotic spices. Juicy and energetic on the palate, offering vibrant red and blue fruit, rose pastille and spicecake flavors that slowly deepen through the midpalate. Shows fine definition and spicy lift on the impressively persistent finish, which leaves a suggestion of smoky minerality behind

Talley, Pinot Noir, San Luis Obispo Coast


The Estate Pinot Noir is the quintessential expression of Talley vineyards, representing the cool climate and hillside topography of our home on the San Luis Obispo Coast's Arroyo Grande Valley. The bright and crunchy 2021 vintage is laced with accents of black raspberry and orange zest.
Reserve Red Blends

Ardevol Anjoli, Priorat, Spain


50% Garnacha, 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. Deep ruby with hints of purple on the rim. Rich dark fruits with some spice and cigar box. It is medium-bodied to full, with more dark fruits, some spice and licorice.

Montepeloso A Quo, Costa Toscana, Italy


This wonderfully-rounded blend contains 30% Montepulciano, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Sangiovese, 10% Marselan, and 10% Alicante Bouschet from lime-rich, petrified clay and silex soils. This blend makes it complex yet balanced, lusciously dark with hints of balsamic, spice, and minerals.

Dona Maria, Amantis Reserva, Portugal


This is a blend of CAbernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Petit Verdot and a little bit of Touriga Nacional. Vivid nose of bright red and black fruits with a savory, spicy, slightly medicinal edge. Has dense, firm tannins.

Alvaro Palacios, Camins del Priorat, Spain


Pronounced aromatics of crushed berries, wild flowers, and herbs. Mostly Garnacha (Grenache) with Samso (Carignan), Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah sourced from a combination of estate vineyards and other ideal plots located in/around the village of Gratallops. Aged eight months in large wooden vats. Powerful yet elegant and balanced with a tannic grip.

Famile Lancon-Domaine Solitude, Gigondas, France


The aromas of black fruits along with red fruits join the flavors of garrigue and black olives. Powerful tannins blend into a long finish. 70% Grenache, 15% Syrah, 8% Cinsault, and 7% Mourvèdre.

Davis Family Vineyards, Throne, Russian River Valley, Sonoma


A beautiful blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre, Throne is a Rhone style blend meant to highlight the aromatic character in all three varietals. Aged in Puncheons, oak barrels twice the size of a normal barrel, which give less oak to the palate, highlighting the dusty cherry aroma that will open up to a red raspberry with delicious white pepper.

Robert Foley ‘The Griffin”


This year’s blend (aged in French oak) is Merlot, Petite Sirah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, & Petit Verdot. Aromas suggest ripe & youthfully bright red cherries & raspberries. The even mid-palate flavors of vanilla & butterscotch are framed with soft tannins that resolve in a gently gripping finish.

Robert Craig Howell Mountain Cuvée


A higher percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon has found its way into
this wine that is dark, deep, nuanced and supple. Sourced from young vines on the
Candlestick Ridge Vineyard, the 2019 HMC displays immediate Howell Mountain power
in the glass with lavender, thorny fruits and mineral at the fore.
Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon

Paritua Stone Paddock, Cabernet Sauvignon, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand


Paritua is the vineyard behind Stone Paddock, the organic wine estate in the heart of the acclaimed Bridge Pa Triangle wine region of Hawke's Bay, on New Zealand's North Island. These bottles are harvested annually at their special, single vineyard. The wine reflects a distinctly New Zealand taste created by its red gravel soils surrounded by the perfect climatic conditions to make this dependably outstanding Cabernet full of silky, dark fruit.

Silver Ghost, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa


Silver Ghost is a full-bodied, rich and expressive Cabernet Sauvignon crafted from some of the finest vineyards in the Napa Valley. Deep in color, aromas of blueberry, crème de cassis and plum leap from the glass. On the palate Silver Ghost offers layers of red and black fruit intermingled with mocha, toast and a savory spice. The luxurious texture and depth continue through the long finish.

Bedrock, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County


This wine comes from several vineyards planted across the distinct and wonderful terroirs of Sonoma County The hope is to make a wine that is perfumed and fresh but a bit more approachable in its youth. Picked at moderate ripeness levels to preserve varietal character, this was aged in predominately older oak barrels.

Peju, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley


On the nose, this astonishing wine entices with generous aromas of blueberry and dark cherry, wild sage and lilacs. On the palate, its mouth-filling texture is perfectly balanced with bright acidity and a beautiful core of ripe fruit, followed by an incredibly persistent mineral and herbal finish.
Reserve Red Other

Lang & Reed, Cabernet Franc, California


Bright cherry, violet, and fresh herb aromas exude from this wine, with the playful edge of Cabernet Franc clearly expressing itself. When the wine hits the palate, there is a wash of bright flavors: red & white cherries, raspberries and persistent herbs mingling with warm vinous saturation. The wine’s finish carries all of those elements into a satisfying, long lasting presence with a slight grip of balancing tannin. With this wine showing its youthful exuberance.

Roche-Audon Cesar, Grenache, Cotes du Rhone


A noble grape from the South of the Rhône Valley, Grenache is honored in Cuvée César. The best parcels of 80-100 year old vines are harvested by hand, vinified and aged in vats for 18 months. The biodynamic work according to the lunar calendar allows the full expression of the terroir and the fruit in this cuvée.

Stolpman, Crunchy Roasty, Ballard Canyon, Ca


Lavender on the nose and exceedingly smooth and feathery on the palate with red and purple berry fruit. Polished, soft, and fine. Fresh, yet approachable and inviting. 95% Syrah and 5% Viognier.

Bedrock, Old Vine Zinfandel, California


The blend is 85% Zinfandel with 7% Carignan, 4% Cinsault and bits and bobs of Grand Noir, Petite Sirah, Alicante Bouschet and other field-blended varieties. The average vine age is around 80 years old, which makes this truly an “old vine” cuvee.

Stolpman, Estate Syrah, Ballard Canyon, Ca


The wine’s richness and liveliness showcases Ballard Canyon’s cold nights and the short period of daytime warmth in between Pacific fog and cool wind. Stolpman’s Limestone subsoil elevates the bright natural acidity and Ruben Solorzano’s refusal to give the vines irrigation during much of the always-dry growing season lends terrific concentration.

Davis Family Vineyards, Old Vine Zinfandel, Russian River Valley, Sonoma


When the Davis family acquired the Soul Patch Vineyard in 1995, the property had been abandoned for nearly 20 years. It took three years, and a lot of hard work, to get the ancient vines to produce fruit again. These vines have returned to form, and the result is a fine wine with notes of plum and pepper on the nose, and a palate of dark fruit, spices and smoke with a velvet finish.

Julien Sunier, Fleurie


Raised like a great Burgundy, this seductive Fleurie impresses with its purity with nose bouquets of violets, iris mixed with red berries, wild strawberries, raspberries and on the palate, freshness dominates combining purity and minerality.

Stolpman, Sangiovese, Ballard Canyon, CA


Aged for 18 months in large oak casks of French origin with about 10% of the ultimate cuvée being aged in small French barrels. The vines for this wine also face full-south. One thousand or so cases of the Rosso di Montalcino are produced annually.

La Torre, Rosso Di Montalcino DOC


Aged for 18 months in large oak casks of French origin with about 10% of the ultimate cuvée being aged in small French barrels. The vines for this wine also face full-south. One thousand or so cases of the Rosso di Montalcino are produced annually.

Robert Foley, Charbono, Napa Valley


Ripe aromas suggest dried cherries, cranberries, rose petals, and a suggestion of white pepper. A gentle mid-palate with flavors of black cherry candy is framed with soft tannin and bright acidity, which provides the long, lingering finish. Beautiful and age-worthy!

Kopke 20 Year Tawney Port

$10.5 1oz Pour

Elegant, rich and nutty with flavors that go on forever, showing deep caramel
Pinot Noir

Freelander, Pinot Noir, California


Montinore Estate, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley


Presqu'ile, Pinot Noir, Santa Barbara County



Valravn Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County, California



Poggio Terra, Barbera, Piemonte D.O.C.

$13 Glass only

Montebuena, Rioja, Spain


Barnard Griffin, Merlot


Paolo Scavino, Dolcetto D' Alba


La Poderina, Rosso Di Toscano Tuscany


Graffito Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina


El Pedrosal, Ribera del Duero, Spain


Camino de Navaherreros, Garnacha, Madrid, Spain


Red Blends

Campuget, Costière de Nîmes


Aviary, Birds of Prey, Napa


Casa Ferreirinha, Esteva, Douro, Portugal


Domaine de Cadables, Chemin à L'Envers


Stolpman, La Cuadrilla, Blend, Santa Barbara County



Casteller Cava Sparkling Wine, Spain (Organic)


Mestres Rose Cava Sparkling Wine, Spain



Valravn Chardonnay, Sonoma


Seaslopes Chardonnay, Sonoma


Tyler, Chardonnay, Santa Barbara


Sauvignon Blanc

Otto's Constant Dream, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand


Chateâu Sainte-Marie, Bordeaux Blanc, Entre-Deux-Mers, France


Presqu'ile, Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Barbara County


Other Whites

Barnard Griffin, Sangiovese Rosé, Sonoma Coast


Cave de Pomerol, Picpoul de Pinet, France


Karl Kaspar, Riesling, Mosel, Germany


Gassier, Viognier, Pays D'Oc, France


Landhaus Mayer, Grüner Veltliner, Austria


Nortico, Alvarinho, Minho, Portugal


Paul Blanck, Pinot Blanc, Alsace, France


Jax Y3, Pinot Noir Rosé, Sonoma Coast


Pra Otto, Soave Classico, Italy


Bottled Brews

Paulaner Hefe-weizen


It’s the #1 wheat beer in Germany and one of the world’s favorites. In fact, beer experts call it a masterpiece. In developing this beer, the Paulaner brewmasters have perfected a unique technique with “yeast suspension,” resulting in a uniform, slightly cloudy appearance, consistent quality, and perfect taste.

Pilsner Urquell


The world's first pale lager. Pilsner Urquell’s signature flavour balances sweetness from the triple-decocted malt, and bitterness from our hops.

Tighthead Chilly Water APA


Wheat based Pale Ale that is fermented very clean with American ale yeast giving it a crisp, refreshing finish. Citra and Amarillo® hops provide an aroma and flavor of mango, tangerine, and other soft citrus fruit. Warning, this beer may cause a widespread panic… hint at the name’s origin!

Tighthead Scarlet Fire, Roasty Red Ale


Scarlet > Fire is an Irish-style Red Ale. The Name is a reference to the playful, improvisational transition between Grateful Dead's Scarlet Begonias and Fire on the Mountain. Scarlet > Fire has a nice balance of malt sweetness from caramel malt and subtle toasty notes from roasted barley. The beer is brewed with American Ale yeast, and the hops are East Kent Golding’s, paying tribute to its heritage as an Irish Red Ale.

Tighthead, Boxcar Porter


Boxcar is a Robust Porter with hints of roast coffee and mild chocolate. Featuring a traditional English grist bill of Maris Otter pale malt, black patent, two different chocolate malt’s and East Kent Golding hops, this beer will keep you warm by the fire pint after pint.

Brickstone APA


With humble origins in our original five-barrel brewhouse, our undeniably drinkable APA is brewed with Citra, Centennial, and Amarillo hops for a hint of citrus, low bitterness, and a nice clean finish.

Revolution Anti Hero IPA


The supremely aromatic American hop assault arrives with massive citrus, pine, and floral notes building to a bright, crisp finish.

Strongbow Dry Apple Cider

$6/16 oz

A distinctive gold and less-sweet cider, Crisp apple flavor for a balanced, dry finish, Gluten free, It's cider time!, Enjoy responsibly, It's Cider time! Made with the finest apples, no artificial colors and no artificial flavors; Strongbow is “Refreshing by nature”!

Old Fashion


Union Horse Rye, Sibona Amaro, Demerara, and Bitters.



Union Horse Bourbon, Valdepablo Vermouth, Bitters and a Cherry.

American Harvest







Jin Jiji








Tru Organic


Uncle Val's



Clement Rhum Vieux


Kirk and Sweeney


Kirk and Sweeney Grand Reserve





Fidencio Classico


Fidencio Unico


Fortaleza Anejo


Fortaleza Reposado


Fortaleza Blanco





Bank Note Irish


Backbone Bourbon


Five Nine


Jack Ryan 15yr


Millam & Greene Single Barrel


Millam & Greene Triple Cask


Natterjack Irish Whiskey


Starlight Honey Bourbon


Stellum Bourbon


Hill Rock




Takamine 8yr


Yame 10yr



Bonesnapper Rye


Charred Oak Rye


Stellum Rye


Whistle Pig 12yr Old World Rye


Hillrock Double Cask Rye Whiskey



Ballechin 10yr


Glenrothes 1998




Kilcohman Impex Cask


Kilcohman Loch Gorm


Kilcohman STR Cask






Dom Pacello


Golden 8 Williams Pear


Luxardo Amaretto


Fratello Hazelnut


Sibona Amaro


Captain’s List

Defined: Exceptional wines that are often wines that cannot be replaced and are offered only while supplies last…  and that’s not long!  In order to share the best wine possible with all of our guests, these wines are offered at 1/2 off (or darn close to it!) every day so that everyone gets to enjoy these wines as much as we do!  Discounted pricing is listed.


Captain’s List Whites

Drappier, Carte d’Or Brut, Champagne

The Carte d’Or cuvée is the very expression of the Drappier style. With its very high proportion of Pinot Noir, one is almost tasting a Blanc de Noirs. Champagne with a fine aromatic richness, it opens with aromas of stoned fruits such as white vineyard peach. A spicy hint announces a powerful complex palate. A vinous Champagne of lovely complexity with a characteristic note of quince jelly. 135

Davis Family, Sparkling Rosé of Pinot Noir

This Rosé de Noir is crafted from 100% Dutton Ranch Pinot Noir. After a long relationship working with the Dutton family, Guy Davis was able to secure a block of Pinot Noir that comes from an exceptionally cool spot on this already cool vineyard site.137

Stolpman Vineyards, L’Avion Roussanne, Ballard Canyon

Nuanced “red wine drinker’s white wine”, the great tradition of age worthy L’Avion Roussanne. The new release drinks especially fresh and has evolved wonderfully over the year we’ve held it in bottle. What was mineral and oak dominated a year ago has transformed into honey suckle and sweet beeswax. 140

Sea Smoke, Chardonnay, Santa Rita Hills

An elegant Chardonnay with aromas of mango, honeysuckle, fresh cut pear and honeydew. These are complemented by nectarine and a slight nuttiness in the focused mid-palate and the refreshing cool climate acidity of the estate vineyard. 171


Captain’s List Reds

Robert Foley, Merlot, Napa Valley

Very ripe aromas of black currant and a trace of cedar introduce the first taste of this 100% varietal Merlot, which floods the middle with expansive ripe black fruit flavors from our Valley Floor vineyards as the gently gripping tannin of our Howell Mountain fruit coats the palate and lingers in a long finish. This “Merlot for Cabernet lovers” gracefully balances the best characteristics of these two remarkable Napa Valley AVAs. 140

Robert Craig, Affinity

Intense, savory and spice notes lend terrific aromatic nuance and vibrancy to play off a core of dark, inky fruit. Deep and dense, but also wonderfully nuanced, the 2018 Affinity has so much to offer. Most of the fruit is from a single site in Coombsville, with small additions from sites in Rutherford and Howell Mountain. 143

Davis Cab 5

The Rockpile AVA is one of the newest in California with an elevation of 800 feet or higher) Rockpile is located at the northwest corner of the Dry Creek Valley. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Petit Verdot were picked, sorted, fermented and barrel aged separately in 100% French oak. Malolactic fermentation occurs naturally. The wine is not fined or filtered. 143

La Torre, Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Sangiovese Grosso from vines in the highest altitude in the Brunello appellation-1500 feet above sea level. Pours a deep ruby red with notes of woodland fruit, fresh berries, and tobacco. A rich deep red that is both balanced and present, made in a classic style that we don’t see much anymore. 157

Scribe, West Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon

The vineyard sits on red volcanic soil on the southeastern facing slope. This cool ripening at 1,600 feet (well above the fog line) produces bright, energetic fruit that is unmistakably mountainside Napa.  Notes of juicy black cherry, red currants, and clove dominate the palate. 163

Robert Foley, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley

This Napa Valley Cabernet combines the character of four AVAs. Weathered high-elevation vineyards on Howell Mountain, Atlas Peak, and Mt. Veeder provide intensity of color, higher acidity levels, and spiciness.  The lower elevation blocks of Calistoga with rocky soils and more extreme heat summation. Provide the lush mid-palate and fine tannin.  Ripe black cherry and rhubarb pie aromas, a thick almost sweet mouth-coating middle give way to the elegant finish.  Oak character is well-integrated with the fruit. 167

Robert Craig, Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

Terroir, the French term for a sense of place that establishes a wine’s unique identity, is the perfect concept to describe the qualities of Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignons. Our Spring Mountain Cabernet displays the mountain’s special blue notes – blueberry, boysenberry and exotic plum fruits – that are so distinctive to Cabernets grown on its slopes. We are fortunate to obtain a tiny amount of this exquisite fruit to create a wine with great weight, structure and velvety texture. 171

Sea Smoke Southing, Pinot Noir, Santa Rita Hills

The ideal marriage of complexity and elegance. Southing exhibits aromas of fresh strawberry, rose water, Rainier cherry and subtle baking spices. The fine tannins and minerality are enhanced by our estate vineyard’s characteristic cool climate acidity. 180

O’Shaughnessy, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mount Veeder

This red is youthful, wound-up, and full of tension. Plush, polished tannins add to a weighty mouthfeel filled with deep flavors of cassis and blood orange, with seasonings of sage, herbes de Provence and black and white pepper. A showcase of sophisticated complexity. 218


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