– Red Wine –
Cabernet, Beringer Stone Cellars (CA) $5.50


Rich aromas layered with ripe melon and subtle peach flavors that enhance its soft smooth texture.
Chianti, Spalletti (Italy) $5.25
Soft, easy drinking style. A lovely bouquet of violets. Well balanced.
Merlot, Fetzer Valley Oaks $5.25
Rich in the mouth, with smooth tannins and rich, ripe plum and berry flavors. The finish is long and fruit filled, with the perfect amount of toasty oak spice.
Shiraz, Fish Eye (CA) $5.50
The wine has a nice aroma with leather, berry, and spice notes. The flavor is plummy with additional cherry and oak notes leading into a slightly peppery finish.
Shiraz, Ravenswood (CA) $5.50
Very upfront and bold wine typical of the entire Ravenswood line, some spice and chocolate in the nose with a bold finish. Pairs well with most meats, Pasta’s and cheeses. ,
Chianti, Villa Banfi D.O.C.G. Straw (Italy) $5.50
This wine is medium ruby red in color with a lively grapey aroma, and a well balanced taste.
Valpolicella, Bolla (Italy) $4.75
An Italian dry red wine with a soft and fruity taste. It pairs beautifully with beef and lamb.
Chianti, Ruffino (Italy) $5.00
Medium bodied wine with a cherry and violet nose and taste. Pairs great with most Italian dishes, including chicken, pasta, capers, white wine dishes and olives.
Chianti Classico, Gabbiano (Italy) $6.75
This classic Chianti is clear, deep dark prune red in color, with a floral bouquet reminiscent of pressed violets. The wine also exhibits a unique blend of the pleasant aromas of berries and the classic Chianti aroma of tobacco.
Merlot, Fish Eye (CA) $5.50
As smooth as diving into the great sea. Juicy blueberries and ripe strawberries lure the palate into a meandering river of black fruits, spicy clove and lush plum. Serve this to or friends on its own with hard cheeses, grilled fare and take-out Asian.
Pinot Noir, Big Fire (OR) $7.25
Cherry and framboise dominate the aromatic nose, with sweet pie spice, licorice, citrus rind, and vanilla in the background. Here is a middleweight Pinot Noir, fuller than Erath’s Oregon version, well structured without being very tannic. The ample jammy red fruit flavors echo in the warm finish.
Pinot Noir, Hob Nob (France) $5.00
Cherry flavors with a touch of earth and spice. Medium bodied and pairs well with lighter meats and red sauce.
– White Wine –
Chardonnay, Beringer Stone Cellars (CA) $5.00


Bright tropical fruit and citrus aromas lead to mouth-filling flavors of apples and pears.

Chardonnay, Little Black Dress (CA) $5.50
With subtle hints of oak and overtones of lush apple, it dresses up casual evenings and makes formal events simply more fun. At once classic and contemporary, this Little Black Dress both deserves and demands attention.
Chardonnay, Talus (CA) $5.50
Nice mix of fresh apple, pear and lemon along with a nice touch of sweet vanilla oak. Pairs well with grilled seafood and rich pasta dishes
Chardonnay, Black Opal (Australia) $5.00
Rich mineral-tropical fruit nose, oak accent; good texture, lush fruit, well balanced with length.
Pinot Grigio, Barone Fini (Italy) $5.50
Crisp, dry wine, fresh and fruity with a flowery bouquet. Pairs well with Salads, light seafood, delicate chicken dishes, and spicy foods.
Pinot Grigio, VillaPozzi (Italy) $5.00
A prestigious wine made from Pinot Grigio grapes. Dry and crisp, full in body and well structured.
Sauvignon Blanc, Robert Mondavi Special Collection (CA) $6.00
Jasmine-tinged aromas lead to fresh melon and pear flavors enlivened with a hint of orange and complex floral and mineral notes.” Beautiful balance of crisp acidity and creamy texture from sur lie aging.”
Sauvignon Blanc, Veramonte (Chile) $5.25
Amazingly fresh and fruity nose gives way to a crisp, zesty taste. Great with shellfish, grilled seafood, and light chicken dishes.
– Blush –
White Zinfandel, Beringer (CA) $4.75

A bright blushing color and aromas of fresh strawberries and oranges. Crisp and refreshing.