1. Gruner Veltliner, Hugo, Austria $8/$28
Delicate fresh green apple fruity aromas; displaying flavours of lemon; lime and peaches; solid fruit core; rich in finesse; with a beautiful length and mineral tones.
2. Sauvignon Blanc, Wither Hills, Marlborough, New Zealand $9/32
Fleshy tropical melon, guava, ripe gooseberry aromas, followed by herbaceous ripe green smells of fresh fennel, tomato leaf, coriander and nettles. The full aromatic spectrum of what “great” Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc can offer.
3. Bordeaux Blanc, Chateau Haut Rian, France $8/$28
Seductive and brilliant, green-gold tinged with an aromatic fresh nose of newly cut hay, grapefruit and minerals.
4. Pinot Grigio, Primaterra,Veneto, Italy $7/$25
A well balanced, crisp, fresh, very lively fruity wine showing hints of apples and fresh flowers on the palate and a very clean, medium lasting soft finish.
5. Pinot Gris, Chateau St Jean, California $9/$32
This Pinot Gris style falls between the lighter Italian Pinot Grigio and the richer, rounder Pinot Gris from Alsace. The Chateau Ste. Michelle Pinot Gris offers fresh flavors of juicy pear, melon and a hint of spice.
6. Chardonnay, Bernier, Lorie Valley, France $9/$32
This Burgundy grape variety, is made in a fresh, un-oaked style, nothing like the famed (and costly) Burgundy crus. It’s delicious, with fruit flavors that echo pears and apples, and an enticing hint of minerality beneath the surface.
7. Chardonnay, Culinary Reserve Select, Guenoc, California $8/$28
The fruit came in with high acidity while allowing it to ripen to full maturity. This Chardonnay has delightful aromas of ripe peach, apricot and baked pear tart. It’s full and rich, with powerful flavors of yellow apple, pear and vanilla.
8. Chardonnay, Souverain , North Coast, Califorina $10/$36
This chardonnay introduces itself with clean aromas of citrus, apples, butter and oak spice. The palate is dominated of pronounced flavors of tropical fruits, brown baking spices, butter and toast.
9. Casamatta Bianco, Bibi Graetz, Italy $9/$32
An insanely delicious wine from Tuscany. Casamatta is ablend of 90% Vermentino and 10% Moscato Bianco, this wine is about as refreshing as a wine can be. Lovely aromas of stone fruit, peach blossom, wild herbs and wet rock, with a full rich mouthfeel and zingy acidity.
10. Riesling, Covey Run, Columbia Valley, Washington $8/$28
This wine offers scents of white jasmine blossoms. On the palate, fresh kefir lime, nectarines and apricots with well balanced, refreshing acidity. An extremely food friendly wine, Riesling pairs well with a variety of cheeses (Gorgonzola, Maytag and Brie) or seasonal fruits.
11. White Zin, Beringer, California $7 glass only
Lunetta, Prosecco $8
Sparkling Rose $10
Segura Viudas, Brut, Spain $7
Ginger Libation, 12oz bottle $10
30. Pinot Noir, Arrogant Frog, France $8/$28
Very elegant with aromas of strawberry, cherry, and soft spices with a hint of vanilla. Medium-bodied with ripe tannins and acidity; develops very delicate aromas and a long lasting finish.
31. Pinot Noir, Montes, Chile $9.5/$35
From the famed Casablanca Valley! This wine has 6 months of ageing in French oak and a very soft filtering, a little darker than typical Pinots, a deep ruby color. The aroma is classic Pinot Noir, strong hints of violets and berries.
32. Merlot, Stone Cap, Columbia Valley, Washington $8/$28
Bright red fruit aromas of cherry and plum combine with complex notes of clove and liquorish, well-structured elegant tannins contribute to a long pleasing finish.
33. Cabernet Sauvignon, Culinary Reserve Select, Guenoc, California $8/$28
Soft and approachable, aromas of black cherry and vanilla explode on the nose. The intense cherry flavors carry through to the palate melding into subtle, yet flavorful vanilla oak for a lingering finish. This wine pairs perfectly with an authentic Italian dish.
34. Cabernet Sauvignon, Guenoc, Lake County, California $10/$36
The Guenoc Lake County Cabernet Sauvignon is primarily from the Tephra Ridge Vineyard and has aromas of dark fruit, spice, and currant. The wine has full tannins, but they are not overwhelming and a palate full of pepper, spice, and lingering red fruits.
35. Chianti, Antane, Italy $7/$25
Cherry red in color with cloves on the nose, wonderfully refined black cherry and plum on the pallet.
36. Tuscan Red, Villa Pillo, Cingalino, Italy $9/$32
Composed by 65% Merlot and 35% Cabernet Franc. Thanks to the particular attention of the blend, we obtain a wine with a medium dark colour with vibrant flavour and aromas, a pleasant wine.
37. Rupicolo, Castel Del Monte, Puglia, Italy $10/$36
Predominantly Montepulciano with Nero di Troia. The wine making style exalts fruitiness and moderate structure, making this wine enjoyable alone or with a great variety of dishes.
38. Shiraz, 19 Crimes, South Eastern Australia $9/$32
In the nose, ample cranberry, currant, plum, and cherry mix with vanilla and cinnamon spice. This red finishes with a kiss of sweet red fruit.
39. Red Zinfandel, Predator, Lodi $9/$32
A very silky arrival of big jammy blackberries. Develops into cranberries, coffee, and hints of vanilla.
40. Malbec, Altos Las Hormigas, Terroir, Mendoza, Argentina $9.5/$35
This vivid ruby Malbec has a beautiful bouquet of bing cherry, fresh cranberries, herbal tea and Andean mountain grass. Crisp and round on the palate, the wine adds violet and mint nuances to the bright red fruit. The finish is fresh and long, maintaining a wonderful balance of acid and tannin structure.
41. Carmenere, Falinera, Chile, $9.50/$35
The color is brilliant and deep, the nose intense with aromas of brambly black fruits, espresso and spice. Robust and dense on the palate, super-tight tannins, fine oak nuance and positively bouncing with blackcurrant fruit.
50. Chardonnay, Rombauer, Caneros, California $75
Enticing aromas of bright citrus and melon are layered with spice, vanilla and a touch of butter. Vibrant flavors of mango and guava meld with vanilla and soft spice on the creamy, rich palate. The finish is juicy and satisfying with refreshing acidity.
51. Chardonnay, Mac Rostie, Sonoma $40
Pale straw gold in color, with bright floral and citrus aromas, like lemon custard. In the mouth it is rich and creamy, with crisp apple and ripe pear flavors, spiced up with just a touch of toasty oak.
52. Sancerre, Le Chene Marchand, France $60
Shows a whiff of lime and kiwifruit before turning leaner, with intense salt, flint and herb notes that stay pure and racy through the chive-tinged finish.
53. Vernaccia, Falchini, Abvinea Doni, Italy $35
Volume and depth in its white peaches and apricots, along with pretty floral scents that add freshness on the finish.
54. Bianco “Manzoni”, Foradori, Italy $45
Manzoni is a cross of Riesling and Pinot Bianco. Bone dry and elegant, with a smoky, minerally undertow. Notes of chamomile, golden raisin, candied almond, lemon zest and hints of anise and cardamom. Organic
55. Pinot Grigio, Jermann, Italy $45
A true, high-end pinot grigio from a Friuli legend. This wine is fuller, rounder and richer than most, with great minerality, great acidity and intense flavors – it just goes on and on.
56. Fume Blanc, Grgich Hills “Estate”, Napa Valley, California $60
Juicy tropical fruit and lemongrass flavors with a touch of minerality at the end of a long finish are perfect with a wide range of food. Aroma, flavor and acidity are front and center. Complexity is added from a layer of floral and lemony scent and taste.
57. Prosecco, Lunetta, Italy $30
Enticing aromas of apple and peach give way to a palate that is refreshing, and harmonious, with crisp fruit flavors and a clean finish.
58. Sparkling Brut, Argyle, Oregon $35
Bright and complex, with juicy acidity supporting the pear, custard and lime flavors, singing together in harmony on the lively finish. From a pioneer in American sparkling wine. 59% Pinot Noir and 41% Chardonnay.
59. Champagne, Gosset Excellence Brut, France $65
Flinty at first, this yields scents of orange blossoms and jasmine. It’s a rich and robust Champagne, balanced by firm minerality.
61. Champagne, Moet White Star, France $70
White Star is a balanced blend of three wine varieties, revealing a harmonious succession of sensations, a soft maturity, and elegant lines. Soft and mature aroma of white fruits, like peaches and pears, and hints of nuts.
Ginger Libation 12oz Bottle $10
61. Pinot Noir, Flowers, Sonoma $80
This Pinot Noir has expressive aromas of dark berry fruit, black tea, and dried cranberry with earthy nuances of oregano, spice and sweet tobacco. Delivering flavors of ripe plum, fig, orange and licorice this wine is bold; yet, graceful on the palate with supple tannins and a lingering coastal minerality on the finish.
62. Pinot Noir, Willakenzie, Oregon $45
From the heart of the Willamette Valley. Aromas of rose petal, violet and cassis followed by bright red fruit and hints of spice. Well-balanced with polished tannins, bright acidity and a juicy finish.
63. Patelin de Tablas, Tablas Creek Vineyard, Paso Robles, California $40
The 2013 Patelin de Tablas marries the spice, mineral and structure of Syrah with the generous fruit of Grenache, the backbone of Mourvedre and the brightness of Counoise.
64. Cain Cuvee NV9, Cain, California $50
With this cuvee we have a smooth entry, mouth filling, sits gently and lightly on the palate, just enough mouthwatering tannins to cleanse the palate. Aromas of black cherries, red cherries and cigar box. Core of red fruit carries through from beginning to end. Nicely refined.
65. Petite Sirah, Runquist, California $45
As is typical of Petite Sirah the color is almost black and one is tempted to use it as ink rather than as a beverage. The aromas of cassis and jamy blackberry come with an added dimension of concentration and density.
66. Syrah, 6th Sense, Michael David, Lodi, California $40
This wine is big, juicy and doesn’t hold anything back. Initial flavors of ripe blackberry, boysenberry and a hint of allspice lead to a chocolate and tobacco laced finish.
67. Zinfandel, Seghesio, Sonoma, California $40
This racy wine is jammed with pepper and licorice, plus notes of black raspberry, roasted sage and smoke.
68. Zinfandel “Morisoli”, Elyse, California $50
This vintage is dark ruby colored, with aromas of perfectly ripe berries, sweet oak and spice. On the lush and pleasing palate, flavors of raspberries and plum dominate, while black pepper, smoked bacon and candied cherries round out the experience. This wine shows layers of gorgeous fruit with deep complexity.
69. Cabernet Sauvignon, Joseph Carr, Napa $45
This wine displays a deep purple hue, and has great clarity for wine that is traditionally unfiltered. The bouquet offers scents of ripe black currant, smoke and saddle. Flavors include dark cherry and ripe plum.
70. Cabernet Sauvignon, Allomi, Hess, Napa Valley, California $55
Allomi Cabernet Sauvignon offers distinct notes of vanilla and oak spice with classic red fruit flavors set off by currant and blackberry along with moderate, well-integrated tannins showing a round, plush mouthfeel.
71. Cabernet Sauvignon, Groth, Napa Valley, California $90
This Cabernet Sauvignon is big and lush with huge gobs of fruit in the aroma and flavor. The texture of the wine is soft and supple.
72. Malbec “Reserva”, Appellation Altamira, Altos Las Hormigas, Mendoza, Argentina $65
Deep ruby color with hints of purple, a captivating nose of freshly picked fruit, crisp plums and fields of wild flowers. This Malbec dances on your pallet, with round, silky, elegant tannins. The finish is long and complex.
73. Malbec, Mendel, Argentina $45
With a dark red and purple color, the aromas of sweet French oak and espresso get more complex with every swirl of the glass, unveiling black plum, ripe raspberry, and violet aromas.
74. Cab-Syrah Blend, Casillero del Diablo, Chile $35
Pleasant blackberries aromas with touches of chocolate and toasted coffee. It shows itself as a fresh and easy drinking wine.
75. Carmenere, Marques, Concha y Toro, Chile $40
The color is deep dark red, with a bouquet which has intense aromas of ripe black fruit coupled with spicy black pepper.
76. Bordeaux, Chateau Clarke, France $45
Unbelievable dense red color, warm bouquet, tar notes, many prunes. In the palate a Cabernet drug, extremely concentrated, a lot of black berries, teak wood, dark chocolate, extremely long finish.
77. Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Vieux Lazaret, France $50
This wine shows a dense ruby/purple color and a gorgeous nose of camphor, blackberry, kirsch, some roast beef and Provencal herbs. Full-bodied with great intensity, beautiful purity and a multi-dimensional mouthfeel.
78. Rioja, Marques De Caceres, Gran Reserva, Spain $45
Ripe, vibrant and grabby, with full tannins framing plum and berry flavors along with accents of tobacco and earth. Lightly oaky on the finish, with a vanilla note and dryness.
79. Shiraz, Three Rings, Barossa Valley, Australia $45
The color is deep midnight black with a squid ink hue. An expressive and powerful notes of dark and exotic berries leads to a full-bodied wine that has a palate of dark and rich chocolates, traces of tar, leather and spice, with a core of supple, yet immense, fruit-driven characteristics, with a flavor-wrapped finish towards the end of the palate.
80. Cab/Shiraz, Bin 389, Penfolds, Barossa Valley, Australia $60
Dense deep red color. Complex and true to House Style and brimming with mocha/coffee ground aromatics, heightened by tar/bitumen “black” notes. Appealing char and creamy, vanillin oak detected ever-so-subtly in the background. Naturally, a flurry of fruits, spice and varietal markers abound. The palate, in a couple of words, voluminous and powerful. A sensory stratification of layers of taste – separated via time-of-detection and unravelling of flavors. Tannins awashed, oak absorbed, fruit awakened.
81. Barbera D’Alba, Albino Rocca, Italy $35
Bright, fragrant fruit, a mouthwatering palate with a touch of complexity. Laced with crushed cherries, liquorice and violet, brimming with crisp, succulent fruit, nice herbal and floral overtones.
82. Montepulciano, Niro, Italy $35
It’s dry, medium bodied, intense and flavourful with juicy black-fruit flavours and hints of anise and cherry pit adding some interesting bite.
83. Chianti Classico Riserva, Rocca delle Macie $40
A burst of cherry and plum flavors highlights this red, whose firm structure and earth and mineral elements keep it solidly in a traditional style.
84. Chianti Classico, Vinamaggio, Italy $40
Bright, dark ruby-purple. Musky aromas of dark cherry, wet earth and tar pick up sweet notes of blood orange and quince with air. Then supple and oaky in the mouth, with flavors of black cherry, plum and underbrush.
85. Chianti Classico, Felsina, Italy $45
Deep, attractive ruby red color. Elegantly fruity nose, with marked scents of wild red berries foregrounding nuances of mixed spices.
86. Super Tuscan, Brancaia “Tre”, Italy $40
Made from Brancaia’s three Tuscan estates this blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon has juicy berry and plum character with hints of peaches and chocolate. Medium body, with fine tannins and a fresh finish.
87. Valpolicella, Secco-Bertani, Italy $40
Very deep garnet red colour with purple nuances. At the nose scent of ripe cherry, evolving in black cherry notes, spices and dried fruit: the authentic Valpantena tones.
88. Amarone Della Valpolicella, Michele Castellani, Italy $90
Shows dried berry, spice and cigar box notes, with dried fruits. Full-bodied, with round caressing tannins and lots of ripe fruit. Toasty oak, yet balanced and juicy.
89. Amarone, Villa Arvedi, Bertani, Italy $90
Dark and savoury with complex, deep layers of dark cherry liqueur and dark spice nuances. This wine was produced in Valpantena, the only cru denomination in the Valpolicella region. It has tremendous intensity and concentration of flavours. There’s some seductive smoky charcoal on the finish wrapped in dark chocolate.
90. Rosso Di Montalcino, Col D’Orcia, Italy $45
Deep ruby red with purple reflections. It displays fresh, intense aromas of ripe fruit infused with spice from the oak. It is full- bodied and fruit forward, structured by supple tannins.
91. Primitivo, Liveli Orion, Italy $35
Dense ruby red with a purplish rim. The Orion Primitivo is immediately intense on the nose with marked aromas of ripe and fleshy red fruits, notably cherries followed by spicy notes of cinnamon and nutmeg. In the mouth it is full, powerful, and smooth. The wine has a very long finish with a well defined acid streak which makes it fresh and pleasing.
92. Brunello Di Montalcino, Caparzo, Italy $65
Unique in that the grapes are grown in 4 microclimates adding extra complexity. Flowers, ripe berries and minerals on the nose. Full bodied, round and fruity, with a decadent and fruity finish.
93. Brunello Di Montalcino, Campogiovanni, Italy $75
A rich, deep ruby precedes pronounced and quite distinctive aromas of ripe red berry fruit enriched with notes of tobacco leaf, tanned leather, rosemary, and blackberry preserves. It is rounded and smooth on the palate, and concludes with suggestions of liqueured cherries.
94. Barolo, Marchesi di Barolo, Italy $90
Garnet-red in color with ruby shades. An intense nose with clean scents of spices, vanilla, roasted hazelnuts, liquorices, cacao and wild rose. A full, elegant flavor, austere and good-bodied, with recurring olfactory sensations.
95. Barolo, Serralunga D’Alba, Italy $80
Ruby-red color with garnet reflections. The aromas are sharp and intense, with hints of vanilla, spices, withered roses and underbrush. The taste is dry, but soft, full, velvety, harmonious and very long lasting.
Alina’s Classic Drink List
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Classic Martini 8.5oz
Choice of vodka or gin, served shaken or on the rocks and bone dry. Vermouth and dirty olive juice added at request, Gibson’s available.
Garnish choices are olives, blue cheese olives or a twist.
Vodka and Gin Choices
V-One $12, Absolut $12, Belvedere $14, Chopin $14, Grey Goose $14, Ketel One $12,
Stoli $12, Beefeater $11, Bombay $10, Bombay Saphire $12, Hendricks $12, Tanqueray $11, Tanqueray 10 $14
Classic Manhattan 8.5oz
Choice of whisky or bourbon, shaken or on the rocks, served perfect with a splash of bitters. Garnish choice of cherries or twist.
Whisky and Bourbon Choices
Bushmills $12, CC $10, Crown Royal $12
Jameson $12, Seagrams 7 $9, Seagrams VO $10
Jim Beam $10, Jack Daniel’s $10,
Knob Creek $12, Larceny $13,
Maker’s Mark $12, Sheep Dip $10, Woodford Reserve $14
Choice of vodka, made with muddled limes, Citronge, splash of Roses Lime and Cranberry. Lime Garnish
V-One, V-One Lime, V-One Triple Berry $10
Absolut $10, Belvedere $12, Chopin $12,
Grey Goose $12, Ketel One $12, Stoli $10
Lemon Drop 8.5oz
Choice of vodka, made with muddled lemons, splash of limoncello and sour mix. Sugared rim on request, lemon garnish.
V-One $10, Absolut $10, Belvedere $12,
Chopin $12, Grey Goose $12, Ketel One $11, Stoli $10
Rocks or Up, salt on request
House 16oz $8
Sauza Conmemorativo, Triple sec and house mix
El Milagro 16oz $9
Choice of silver, reposado or anjeo with Citronge and house mix
Herradura 16oz $11
Choice of silver, reposado or anjeo with muddled lime, lemon, orange and agave nectar.
Muddled lime, V-One lime vodka, splash pineapple, splash Midori
Muddled lemons, V-One vanilla vodka, splash sour mix, splash Limoncello
Orange Bitter Man-hattan
Irish whiskey, muddled orange, bitters, Grand Marnier, splash OJ
Negroni (up or on the rocks)
Muddled oranges, Bombay gin, Campari and sweet vermouth
V-One vodka, apple pucker, sour, cranberry, splash Crown Royal, cherry garnish
V-One triple berry vodka, muddles limes, grape juice, splash sour, lime garnish
Triple Berry Cosmo
Muddled limes, V-One triple berry vodka, a touch of roses, triple sec and cranberry
V-one vodka, splash pineapple, strawberry pucker, topped with Prosecco.
Espresso (light, dark or Mocha)
V-One vodka, splash of Café Liquor, real espresso. With or without Irish Cream, Moca adds a shot of chocolate cream.
Coconut and spiced rum, oj, pineapple, roses, grenadine, bitters, dark rum float, orange/cherry garnish
Stoli O, Liqueur 43, oj, pineapple, grenadine, orange garnish
V-One, splash of spicy bloody mix and olives
V-One Lime Gimlet
V-One lime vodka, muddled limes, splash Prosecco
Hendrix gin with muddled limes and prosecco
Cognac, splash Grand Marnier, sour, oj, sugared rim, orange/cherry garnish
Lime Cocktail $8
Muddled lime, St. Germaine, Prosecco, splash club
Lemon Cocktail $8
Muddled lemon, Limoncello, Prosecco, splash club
Rum Punch $8
Dark and Stormy $8
Balvenie Dw 12 $10, Balvenie Cask 14 $12
Chivas 12 $8, Dewars White $7
Dewars Honey $7, Glenfiddich 12 $9, Glenfiddich 15 $12
Glenlevit 12 $10, Glenmorangie 10 $10, Jw Red $6
JW Black $8, JW Green $12, JW Blue $30
Lagavulin 16 $10, Laphroig 10 $9, MaCallan 12 $10, Oban 14 $10
Bushmills Honey $7, Blackbush $10
CC $6, Crown Royal $8 , Jack $7
Jameson $8, Jameson Gold $12, James Pepper (Rye) $8
Pigs Nose( BL) $8, Seagrams 7 (Rye,) $6, Seagrams VO (Rye) $7
Sheep Dip (BL) $8, Tullamore Dew $8 , Whistle Pig (Rye) $9
Jefferson $8, Jim Beam $6.25
Knob Creek $8, Larceny $8 , Makers $7
Wild Turkey 80 $7, Wild Turkey 101 $8, Woodford $8
Courvoisier VS $9, Courvoisier VSOP $12
Hennessy VS $9, Hennessy VSOP $12
Remy VSOP $12, Remy XO $20
Grand Marnier $8, Grand Marnier 150 $30
Barsol Pisco $7, Bauchant $7, B&B $8, Campari $7
Café Patron $8, Cynar $7
DiSaronno $7, DrambuiE $7
Frangelico $7, Galliano $7
Goldschlager $7, Kahlua $7, Leblon $7
Lemoncello $7, Luxardo $7
Romana Sambuca $6
Sambuca Black $6
ST Germain $7
Tia Maria $7, Tuaca $7
Warres 10 $10
Warres 20 $12
Bud Light $4.00
Mich Ultra $4.00
Magic Hat #9 $4.25
Circus Boy (Hefeweizen) $4.25
Robust Porter $4.25
Shoals Pale Ale $4.25
Smutty IPA $4.25
Old Brown Dog $4.25
Crispin Cider 12oz
Pacific Pear $4.50
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Pale Ale $5.00
Chocolate Stout $5.25
Ginger Libation 12oz $10