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Cabernet Sauvignon

DAOU

$15, $58 per Bottle

Paso Robles | currant, black cherry, cedar, &
eucalyptus | delicious as a cocktail wine or paired with steak, lamb,
and mushrooms

Frank Family Vineyards

$32, $120 per Bottle

Napa Valley | black cherry, cocoa,
hazelnut, baked plums, and cloves | pairs well with steak, short ribs,
portobello mushrooms, and lamb

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Peju

$95

Rutherford | black cherry, dark fruit, and cocoa powder with notes of anise, clove, and tobacco| wonderful as a cocktail wine or paired with red meat dishes

Shafer “One Point Five”

$55, $215 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Stags Leap District, Napa Valley | elegant and silky with lush, vivid, abundant fruit and cashmere-like soft tannins | wonderful as a cocktail wine; or enjoyed with red meat – especially game

California Red Blends

DAOU “Pessimist”

$15, $58 per Bottle

Paso Robles | blue and red fruit, purple
flowers, vanilla, and buttered toast | pairs well with grilled meats
and pasta with red sauce

Ferrari-Carano “Trésor”

$95

Sonoma County | Bordeaux Blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Petit Verdot, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc| aromas and flavors of plum, blueberries, cedar, and mocha | enhances roasted lamb and beef dishes, filet mignon, mushrooms, and gorgonzola cheese

DAOU “Bodyguard”

$80

Paso Robles | Petit Verdot & Petite Sirah | blueberry cobbler, cherry pipe tobacco, dark chocolate, and espresso | pairs with red meat such as short ribs or bolognese sauce

Central Italy

Frescobaldi CastelGiocondo

$34, $130 per Bottle

Brunello di Montalcino DOCG |
Toscana | wild cherry, red berries, orange peel, and violet with
fine-grained tannins and bright acidity | a wine built for food; pairs
beautifully with Bolognese sauce, lasagna, and red meats

San Felice “Il Grigio”

$110

Chianti Classico Gran Selezione DOCG |
Toscana | sweet violets and spicy tobacco leaf; full-bodied and
round with smooth, ripe tannins harmoniously integrated with
the acidity | perfect with meat dishes, game, red sauces, and cheese

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Tenuta di Nozzole

$14, $30 per Half-Bottle, $52 per Bottle

Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG | Toscana |
macerated cherries & fresh fruit with soft tannins| pairs well with
steak, red sauces, olive oil, and beans

Villa Medoro

$11, $42 per Bottle

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC | Abruzzo | Tre
Bicchieri Award Winner| no oak; bright red and black cherry
with smooth tannins, leather, and spice | pair with red sauce,
sausage, and bolognese sauce

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Il Poggione

$16, $60 per Bottle

Rosso di Montalcino DOC | Sangiovese | Toscana | fruity bouquet with ripe red cherry and sweet spices | food-friendly, pairs well with tomato sauces

Belriguardo Chianti Classico

$12, $44 per Bottle

Chianti Classico | Sangiovese | Toscana | floral, with pretty notes of violets and red fruits and red cherries; dry with soft tannins | ideal pairing for pasta with a red sauce

Chardonnay

DAOU Reserve

$18, $75 per Bottle

Paso Robles | full-bodied with tropical fruit,
grapefruit, peach, apricot, butter, and vanilla notes | pairs
exceptionally with rich seafood such as scallops and crab; or with buttery
sauces such as scampi and fettuccine alfredo

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Ferrari-Carano

$14, $52 per Bottle

Sonoma County | citrus, peach, orange blossom,
vanilla, and graham cracker | pairs well with butter and cream
sauces, basil, & nuts

Mayacamas Vineyards

$100

Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley | lime zest, wet
slate, fresh vanilla, and lemon candy | pair this big wine with rich
fish such as salmon, creamy pasta dishes, pork, and white meat

Far Niente

$115

Napa Valley | citrus-honeysuckle perfume with white fig, gardenia, and warm toasted oak | pairs well with white fish in butter sauce, fettuccine alfredo, prosciutto, and olives

Italian White Wines

Stemmari Chardonnay

$11, $42 per Bottle

Sicilia | Tart & Fresh | slightly
ripened peach & pear with notes of yellow flowers | enjoy with
antipasti, shellfish, and fried appetizers

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Venica & Venica “Jesera”

$56

Pinot Grigio DOC Collio | Skin-Contact Wine | brilliant copper color, notes of white flowers,
ginger, pink pepper, pear, and apple | pairs especially well with
charcuterie, grilled fish, and risotto

Planeta “Cometa”

$100

Fiano | Sicilia Menfi DOC | an outstanding
wine; full, aromatic, and mineral with notes of chamomile, hay,
ripe apricots, thyme, mango, and pomelo | absolutely excellent with
grilled fish and shrimp

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Banfi “La Pettegola” Vermentino

$12, $44 per Bottle

Toscana | delightfully fresh with an intense fruit forward bouquet of fruit and spices| lovely as an aperitif; ideal with seafood, salads, and vegetable dishes

Occhipinti “SP68” Bianco

$105

60% Zibibbo, 40% Albanello |Sicilia | featured on “Stanley Tucci: Searching for Italy”| Biodynamic| Skin-Contact Wine; fermented with indigenous yeasts | dry; floral and aromatic | excellent with shellfish, delicate pastas, and fish

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Suavia Soave Classico

$12, $50 per Bottle

Soave Classico DOC | Veneto | perfect for a summer night; apple, pear, and jasmine with tropical fruit and a crisp minerality | ideal aperitif; goes well with fish, vegetables, risotto, and gnocchi

Pietradolce “Sant’Andrea” Bianco

$200

100% Carricante | Mt. Etna, Sicilia | 120 year old vines; alluring aromas of lychee, Spanish broom, white peach, creamy pear, and wet stone balanced with bright acidity | pairs well with cheese, vegetables, and steak-like fishes such as tuna, swordfish, & mahi mahi

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Kelleri Cantina Andrian Pinot Grigio

$13, $50 per Bottle

Alto Adige | crisp and refreshing; a fruity bouquet with fresh notes of honeydew melons | wonderful aperitif and very versatile for the dinner table; try with risotto, shrimp, salmon, mushrooms, or fish

Merlot

Frank Family

$120

Napa Valley | fresh plums, blackberries, pomegranate, coffee, cedar, and baking spices; very elegant and structured with a soft finish| pairs well with most foods; especially red sauces, veal, pork, cheese, and cream

HALL Napa Valley Merlot

$45 per Half-Bottle

California | classic style with brambly red fruits and dusty tannins | pairs well with red meat, especially lamb, and tomato dishes | 375mL

Northeast Italy

Livio Felluga “Vertigo”

$50

delle Venezie IGT | Red Blend of
Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon | ripe cherry, raspberry, blackberry,
apricot, with vanilla and tobacco spice notes | pairs well with pork,
beef, and cheeses

Kelleri Cantina Andrian Pinot Noir

$65

Alto Adige DOC | aromas of red berries and dried fruit; pure clean Pinot Noir character | this complex, elegant wine pairs well with all types of food 

MASI “Costasera”

$35, $135 per Bottle

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG | Vegan| baked fruit, plums and cherries, with hints of coffee and cocoa | excellent as an after-dinner wine; or to go with red meat, game, or richly flavored dishes; very good with gorgonzola

Northwest Italy

Marchese Incisa “Valmorena”

$50

Barbera d’Asti Superiore | Piemonte | violet, plum, maraschino cherry, date, fig, white pepper, and chocolate | versatile and medium-bodied, goes wonderfully with appetizers, sage & butter sauces, white and red meats, and cheeses

Prunotto “Costamiòle”

$100

Barbera d’Asti Superiore Nizza DOCG| Piemonte | plums and cherries with violets, cinnamon, cacao, and leather; supple yet well-structured tannins | enjoy with red meat and game dishes

Prunotto “Vigna Colonnello”

$315

Barolo DOCG Riserva Bussia | produced from one single prized hectare in the Monforte d’Alba area; rose petals, raspberries, and pomegranate with spicy and balsamic notes; supple tannins with a long, dense finish | pairs best with osso buco, steak, veal chop, and dishes made with egg pasta

Viberti Barolo “Buon Padre”

$38, $120 per Bottle

Barolo DOCG | Piemonte | aromas of spices, undergrowth, game, and leather | beautiful with lamb, game, red meats, and cheeses

Pinot Noir

Cristom

$80

Willamette Valley | fresh, elegant, and focused with bright red fruit and crunchy acidity| try with salmon, butternut squash, pork, or risotto

Merry Edwards

$28, $100 per Bottle

Sonoma Coast | bing cherry with licorice, forest floor, rose petal, vanilla, and baking spices | enjoy with mushrooms or other vegetarian dishes; delicious with salmon or pork 

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Rose

DAOU Rosé

$11, $42 per Bottle

Rosé of Grenache| Paso Robles | fresh strawberry,  peach, cherry, hibiscus, and honey| enjoy with salads, salmon or light appetizers

Dogajolo

$48

Rosé of Sangiovese| Toscana | fresh flowers, apple, currants, & sour cherry | pairs well with fresh tomatoes, grilled seafood, poultry, and veal

Sauvignon Blanc

DAOU Sauvignon Blanc

$12, $45 per Bottle

Paso Robles | classic aromas of wet grass, pineapple, lemon chiffon, and gooseberry | pairs beautifully with delicate fish, zesty salads, or green vegetables such as asparagus, zucchini, and artichokes

Southern Italy/ Islands

Stemmari Nero d’Avola

$11, $40 per Bottle

Sicilia | currant, wild strawberries,
and pomegranate | pairs well with risotto, cheese pastas, eggplant, &
lamb

Stemmari Pinot Noir

$11, $40 per Bottle

Sicilia | blackberries, wild strawberries,
cherries, and spice | pairs well with pasta with meat sauce, red meat,
and cheeses

COS Frappato

$70

Sicilia | Organic | raspberries, orange peel, and spices; fresh and vibrant | excellent summer wine; pairs  well with most dishes but is excellent with pork, white beans, anchovies, salmon, or tuna

Planeta “Etna Rosso”

$90

Nerello Mascalese | Sicilia | vanilla, sour cherry, wild strawberry, clean florals | this indigenous Italian grape variety is very adaptable; goes well with everything from pasta to red meat, and even fish

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COS “Nero di Lupo”

$70

Nero d’Avola | Sicilia | made in amphorae (large terra cotta pots) | pure expression of Nero d’Avola; round and delicious; with bright red cherry fruit, Mediterranean scrub, orange zest, and sunbaked earth | pairs best with eggplant or rich, “meaty” meats such as steak, meatballs, lasagna, Bolognese, and lamb

Pietradolce “Barbagalli”

$200

Nerello Mascalese | Mt Etna, Sicilia DOC | gorgeous red with elegant aromas of blue flowers, crushed mint, wild berries, and wet stone | pairs extremely well with steak and lamb; yet is versatile enough to go with most dishes, including seafood

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Sparkling

Marchesi Incisa “Felice”

$12, $46 per Bottle

Moscato d’Asti DOCG | Piemonte |
elegantly sweet with light effervescence; light and clean finish;
notes of peaches, white flowers, grapefruit, and sage | perfect to
start or end the meal; delicious as an aperitif or with dessert

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Rosa Regale

$12

Brachetto d’ Acqui | Piemonte | Unique & Festive
| sparkling sweet red wine with strawberry, raspberry, and rose |
delicious aperitif or pairs well with spicy foods, pork, bitter greens,
cheese, desserts, and chocolate | 187mL

Mumm

$16

Sparkling | Brut | Napa Valley | Relaxed & Elegant |
citrus, red apple, stone fruit, & vanilla spice | pairs with crab,
salmon, green salads, chicken, and vegetables | 187mL

Berlucchi ’61 Nature, 2012

$105

Franciacorta DOCG | Lombardia |
Zero-Dosage | 70% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir | bone dry with
ripe yellow fruit and candied citrus that melt into fragrant pan
brioche; richly flavored with a full body and vibrant acidity|
delicious throughout a meal; pairs perfectly with antipasto and main
courses of fish, chicken, and veal

Val d’Oca

$11, $40 per Bottle

Prosecco DOC | bright citrus, white stone fruits,
apple, and wild flowers with a soft finish | ideal aperitif; pair with
pasta or fresh seafood

Moët & Chandon Impérial Reserve Brut

$130

Champagne, France | dried pineapple, biscuit, salted almond, white peach | pair with rich or fried food

Super Tuscans

Antinori “Tignanello”

$250

Toscana| The original Super-Tuscan! |
Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, & Cabernet Franc | ripe red
fruits with fresh blackberry and wild berries; vanilla, dark
chocolate, and light spice | pairs with herbed meats and mushrooms,
and rich tomato-based dishes such as lasagna

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Tenuta Guado al Tasso “Il Bruciato”

$20, $75 per Bottle

Toscana | Merlot,
Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, & Petit Verdot |
dark fresh fruit, spices, and tobacco | pairs exceptionally well with
wild boar, short ribs, and other rich braised dishes

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Tenuta Sette Ponti “Crognolo”

$100

Toscana | Sangiovese & Merlot | ripe cherry and berries well blended with spicy notes| pairs well with braised meats, game, and aged cheeses

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