Wine List

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Bastianich Vini Orsone Chardonnay – Colli Orientali del Friuli, Italy

  • RATING: 89 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A zesty edge accents the flavors of Honeycrisp apple, melon and Meyer lemon in this lightly creamy, light- to medium-
    bodied white. Snappy acidity firms the mineral-tinged finish.

Donnafugata “Chiaranda” – Sicily, Italy

  • RATING: 91 WINE SPECTATOR
  • This harmonious, medium-bodied white is fresh and focused, with well-knit flavors of tangy Honeycrisp apple, Meyer
    lemon peel and pastry. Offers a lingering finish of spice and graphite.

Tramin Gewurztraminer – DOC SudTirol-Alto Adige, Italy

  • RATING: 91 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Dry and creamy, this Gewürztraminer is light-footed and fresh, offering textbook notes of rose, pink grapefruit, lychee,
    cream and ginger. Features an aromatic profile that lingers on the minerally finish.

Michele Chiarlo 2015 Moscato d’Asti

  • RATING: 86 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Rose petal and spice notes lace this lightly sweet, creamy Moscato, accenting the glazed apple, candied almond and
    lemon parfait flavors.

Jermann Pinot Grigio, Collio, Friuli 2016

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Aromas of white peach, flint and hint of banana carry over to the round, ripe palate along with green apple and a note
    of juicy tangerine. Fresh acidity brightens the creamy flavors and leads to a bright, clean finish.

St. Michael-Eppan Pinot Grigio – DOC SudTirol-Alto Adige, Italy

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • This creamy Pinot Grigio is driven by minerality and racy acidity, offering a subtle mesh of apricot, Meyer lemon zest,
    saffron and ground ginger flavors. Lingering finish.

Suavia Monte Carbonare Soave Classico DOC – Soave, Veneto, Italy

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • An elegant white, framed by bright, finely tuned acidity and underscored by a racy streak of mineral. Offers a pleasing
    mix of yellow plum and apricot fruit, with pickled ginger and spring blossom notes. Lingering finish.

 

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Fattoria Sardi Rosato IGT’ – Toscana, Italy – certified organic

  • RATING: 88 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Made primarily from Sangiovese, with some Malvasia and other white grapes, this offers aromas of red berry and a
    yeasty whiff of bread dough. The bright, enjoyable palate offers ripe cherry and hint of pastry cream while a note of
    honeydew melon marks the close.

Argiolas 2014 Serra Lori Rosato

  • RATING: 89 WINE SPECTATOR
  • This rosato is composed of four Sardinian grapes that are ideally suited to rosé styles. Cannonau (Garnacha) and Monica
    lend strawberry fruitiness, while Carignano and Bovale Sardo bring freshness and aroma. Serra Lori is juicy, vibrant,
    and full of red-berry flavor, offering refreshment and the perfect accompaniment to the summer table.

 

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Pico Maccario Lavignone Barbera D’Asti DOCG – Asti, Piedmont, Italy

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Made primarily from Sangiovese, with some Malvasia and other white grapes, this offers aromas of red berry and a
    yeasty whiff of bread dough. The bright, enjoyable palate offers ripe cherry and hint of pastry cream while a note of
    honeydew melon marks the close.

Barone Ricasoli Chianti Classico Colledilà Gran Selezione 2013

  • RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Rich and round, this features black cherry, currant, tobacco and earth flavors, matched to a powerful frame. Long, picking
    up a mineral element on the finish.

Gabbiano Chianti Classico Riserva, Tuscany

  • 2015 RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A lean, firmly structured style, saturated with cherry, currant, almond and salty mineral notes. This feels almost as if the
    palate is compressed, squeezing out the fruit and mineral flavors on the long finish.

San Felice Chianti Classico, Tuscany 2015

  • RATING: 91 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Rich and dense, with bright black cherry, earth, tobacco and tar flavors fanning out through the long finish. There’s
    plenty of fruit, but also depth and harmony. Sangiovese, Colorino and Pugnitello.

Duckhorn Merlot, Napa 2014

  • RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Plush and rich-tasting, with finely interwoven flavors of dark cherry, plum tart and blackberry that are accented by
    cocoa powder notes. Asian spice accents fill the lush finish.

Zaccagnini Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2015

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Aromatic, with minced sage and leather notes, this balanced red offers well-knit flavors of black currant, dried porcino,
    ground anise and date. Light tannins show on the smoky finish.

Castello di Neive Barbaresco DOCG – Piedmont, Italy

  • RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • The tar component is up front, with cherry, licorice, leather and spice notes underneath. Firm, dense tannins uphold the
    flavors, leaving a mouthcoating impression on the finish. Fine length.

Monastero “La Pineta” Pinot Nero Toscana IGT – Tuscany, Italy

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A smoky style, this cherry- and strawberry-flavored Pinot Noir is akin to a Côte de Beaune in weight and fruit. Silky
    and balanced, this expresses a long aftertaste of cherry and mineral.

Argentiera ‘Poggio ai Ginepri’ Rosso, Bolgheri, Tuscany 2015

  • RATING: 93 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A deep well of black currant, blackberry, licorice, cedar and graphite flavors draws you in for the ripe fruit on the palate.
    There is good grip, with fine overall balance and a long aftertaste of black currant, mineral and tobacco. Cabernet Sauvignon,
    Merlot, Syrah and Petit Verdot.

Arnaldo Caprai Collepiano Montefalco Sagrantino DOCG – Montefalco, Umbria, Italy

  • RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Appealing notes of star anise and lavender accent the flavors of crushed black cherry, Kalamata olive and date in this
    elegant, full-bodied red. Finely meshed, with supple tannins firming the mineral-tinged finish.

Col D’Orcia Brunello di Montalcino DOCG – Tuscany, Italy

  • RATING: 90 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Light-weight, yet with dense tannins, offering plum, soy, leather and iron flavors. Vibrant, with a lingering finish and a
    dusty sensation at the end.

Il Borro Sangiovese, Polissena, Toscany 2013

  • RATING: 92 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A bright beam of cherry runs through this elegant red. Leather, licorice and tobacco notes add interest as this builds to a
    lingering aftertaste. Balanced, with sweet, ripe fruit, as well as a savory element.

Tedeschi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG – Veneto, Italy

  • RATING: 91 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Pretty violet and spice notes accent this rich red, set in an elegant frame, showing saturated flavors of black cherry coulis,
    herbes de Provence and fig cake layered with fine, dusty tannins.

 

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Medici Ermete I Quercioli Secco Reggiano Lambrusco DOC – Emiglia Romagna, Italy

  • RATING: 86 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Dusty tannins and a lightly creamy bead carry flavors of sun-dried black cherry, pomegranate, smoke, ground clove and
    cinnamon in this lively, balanced version.

Bisol Crede Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG – Valdobbiadene, Italy

  • RATING: 89 WINE SPECTATOR
  • A lithe, balanced sparkler, with a minerally underpinning and an expressive mix of apple blossom, white peach puree,
    lemon pith and grated ginger set on the delicate mousse. Fresh and focused, showing a floral finish.

Flor Prosecco Brut – Veneto, Italy

  • RATING: 88 WINE SPECTATOR
  • Flor is delicate, fragrant, and fresh, a sparkler full of citrus and stone fruit flavors, with fine bubbles and creamy mousse,
    finishing with a tasty little almond bite.