- Oven-roasted Naan flatbread with braised beef, portabella mushrooms, and parmesan / $9
- Baked dip with salmon, sun-dried tomatoes, and cream cheese served with French bread / $9
- Soup du jour / $6
- Organic mixed greens with blueberries, feta, honey roasted sunflower seeds, and a strawberry vinagrette / $6
- Baby spinach with roasted beets, Bleu cheese, and a balsamic vinaigrette / $6
Includes soup or salad
- Penne pasta with grilled chicken tenders, sun-dried tomatoes, and broccoli, in a pan sauce topped with parmesan / $22
- Pan-seared pork tenderloin, wild rice, with a mushroom cream sauce / $24
- Grilled New Zealand lamb chops, garlic mashed potatoes, with a blackberry port reduction / $30
- Angel hair pasta primavera with fresh vegetables of the day in a garlic craem sauce topped with parmesan / $20
- Beef tenderloin with Bleu cheese butter and garlic mashed potatoes / $30
- Sautéed shrimp scampi with white wine, and cherry tomatoes over angel hair pasta topped with parmesan / $24
- New York cheesecake with blueberry sauce / $6
- Flourless chocolate torte / $6
- White chocolate panna cotta with raspberry sauce / $6
- Ichanka Bonarda 2007 / $40From Famatina. This inky dark-purple wine offers a ripe and juicy scent that's full of plummy and ripe-fruit character. Full and soft with slightly sweet fruit, its flavor mingles plums and the vanilla aromas of oak. A hint of spice on the finish rounds out this wine.
- Enotria 2016 / $32From Mendocino. Deep purple garnet color with complex aromas and flavors of blackberries and red currant with hints of earth and toasty oak. Medium tannins and a great natural acidity lead to a clean finish.
- Vietti 2017 / $52From Barbera D'Alba. "Shows up as soft, immediate and rich, with nice little chocolate notes around the borders. Impressively, the various parcels of vines for this wine are all in the middle of the prestigious Barolo appellation." Awarded 91 points by Wine Advocate.
- Chateau de Riviere Cabernet Franc 2016 / $35From Chinon. Light, smooth, nice length of palate and all the character of the region. Floral nose. Light in style and great fresh fruit and acidity with a little bite. Cassis, blue fruits and light pepper tongue. Well balanced and smooth finish. Very unassuming.
- Lang & Reed Cabernet Franc 2014 / $50From North Coast. A 100% varietal wine from the Entav clone, intended to showcase a Loire Valley-style. Has well-developed sense of dried herb and violet. Soft and expansive in texture, it features integrated tannins within a strong sense of French oak, allowing plenty of room for expansive raspberry flavors to burst throughout. Awarded 92 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Tamarack Cellars Cabernet Franc 2013 / $55From Wahluke Slope. Aromas lead with fruity notes of cassis, raspberry and red plum, but there's the varietal thumbprint of mint and dried oregano in the background, along with black olive. Those herbal tones emerge on the palate amid the black currant and raspberry flavors.
- Angeline Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 / $32From California. A serious red with currant, sweet-tobacco and mahogany character. The bouquet and front palate is intense with notes of fresh blackberry, rich currant and a touch of light cocoa. Medium to full body and soft velvety tannins infused with vanilla and a subtle caramel, finishing with bright fresh fruit and a touch of earthiness. Reserved and beautiful. Awarded 92 points by James Suckling.
- Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 / $40From Alexander Valley. Medium bodied, great fruit flavors and smooth, structured tannins. Aromas of black cherry, cassis, plum, slight blueberry, vanilla, oak and chocolate. This is a fruit forward wine with lush flavors, nice balance and a long, silky finish. 80% Cab, 13% Merlot, with some Malbec, Cab Franc, and Petit Verdot. Awarded 88 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Raymond Reserve 2017 / $75From Napa Valley. "Deep garnet purple colored, it opens with quite a serious, savory nose of roasted nuts, espresso and charcuterie with a core of cassis, warm blackberries and black forest cake plus a waft of pencil lead. Medium to full-bodied. 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7% Petit Verdot, 2% Petite Sirah and 1% Merlot. Awarded 92 points by Wine Advocate.
- Chateau Montelena Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 / $90From Napa Valley. Its ruby/purple color is followed by a vibrant, juicy wine that has plenty of black cherry, blackberry, spring flowers, and graphite. It is medium-bodied, elegant and seamless, with terrific purity and a balanced, juicy style. Awarded 92 points by Jeb Dunnuck.
- Ferrer Bobet 2012 / $76From Priorat. It has a deep, talented nose of dark fruit and toasty oak. The palate is medium bodied, with dark fruit and some earth notes, with balanced acidity and velvety tannins. On the palate lots of fruit again excellently merged with the integrated oak. Dense and complex. Awarded 91 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Tinga Rio Reserva 2015 / $32From Colchagua Valley. "This is a dense and oily carmenere with smoked meat and ripe fruit character. Yet it's not overdone with plenty of fruit. Full Body, round and soft tannins." Awarded 92 points by James Suckling.
- Errazuriz Max Reserva Carmenere 2016 / $40From Aconcagua. "Deep, ripe and loamy, offering flavors of roasted plum, mocha and blackberry that lengthen out nicely. Creamy midpalate, with chocolate and spice details." Awarded 93 points by James Suckling.
- Breca Old Vine Grenacha 2015 / $40From Calatayud. "Round, smooth and dense, this red shows harmony and balance. Plum and blackberry flavors mingle with black olive, toast and mineral notes, supported by well-integrated tannins and fresh acidity, leaving a lovely floral finish. Drink now through 2027." Awarded 92 points by Wine Spectator.
- Capezzana Barco Reale di Carmignano 2014 / $32From Carmignano. Purplish dark and deep red oak with ruby red shades. Intense aromas of ripe blackberries and dark charries with a hint of oak. Concentrated with sweet, dense tannins and a lush, velvety texture with dark berry fruit flavors mingling on the finish. Awarded 90 points by James Suckling.
- Corteforte Amarone Classico 2001 / $65From Valpolicella. Well-built, refined and powerful. Superbly crafts ripe fruit with excellent balance. A powerful pungent nose of stewed black fruits, violets, raisins and sweet alcohol. A big mouth filling display of spiced fruit flavor and a hint of almond. Stays on the palate with loads of ripe fruit.
- Pascual Toso Malbec 2017 / $40From Mendoza. "Clean and fruitful in the nose with plums and quince aromas." "Medium body, soft and round tannins yet this is refined and vibrant." Excellent to pair with pasta, red and white meats and dishes with any creamy sauces. Awarded 92 points by James Suckling.
- Tinto Negro Limestone Block Malbec 2015 / $40From Mendoza. "A rich and round textured malbec with loads of chocolate, dried berry and hints of vanilla character. Full and flavorful. Drink or hold." Awarded 91 points by James Suckling.
- Novelty Hill Merlot 2016 / $40From Columbia Valley. Fruit-forward and velvety smooth, with purity of flavor and balanced acidity. Fresh and expressive, with generous wild cherry, raspberry and mocha aromas and flavors that gain complexity across a richly textured mid-palate. Lush and supple, with a layered finish that lasts. Blend: 95% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Trefethen Merlot 2014 / $65From Oak Knoll. "A pretty and balanced red with chocolate, olive and blueberry character. Full body, firm tannins and a long and flavorful finish. Lovely tension and vivacity." Awarded 92 points by Wine Spectator.
- Wrongo Dongo 2015 / $32From Jumilla, Spain. Produced from estate vineyards. "Almost over the top with ripeness, the wine shows raisins, even figs, as well as blue plums, mulberries, and cherries. Though there is some gentle toasty oak, this wine is far more about unabashed fruit than smoky oak, and the wine finishes with a gentle and fruity polish. Drink now or in the next several years." Awarded 86 points by Michael Schachner.
- Cepas Viejas 2014 / $32From Alicante. Scarce organic matter in the soil and the long sunny hours result in a petite production per vine stock. Intensely red in color with purple tones. A nice elegant, powerful aroma of ripe fruit and toasted oak. Full in body, complex with ripe tannins and a toasted flavor on the finish.
- Tarima Hill 2014 / $36From Alicante, Spain. "Shows wonderful, pure aromatics of blueberry, black raspberries, chalk and spring flowers. The wine has beautiful, full-bodied texture, impressive ripeness and purity and length." Awarded 92 Points. Wine Advocate.
- Santa Cruz Mountain 2014 / $40From San Antonio Valley. Very dark in color, this Petite Sirah has a deep blackberry perfume with floral spice notes. Rich blackberry fruit accented by a faint smoky spiciness and hints of black pepper. It is intensely flavored with a rounded supple structure nicely balanced by some underlying tannin.
- Ridge Lytton Estate 2016 / $60From Dry Creek Valley. Opaque purple in color, pepper, eucalyptus and toasty oak on the nose, plentiful blackberry, plum fruit on the palate, full-bodied with well coated tannins and a long finish. 93% Petite Sirah, 7% Zinfandel.
- Underwood Cellars Pinot Noir 2017 / $36From Oregon. Medium purple with pleasant red cherry and wet earth aroma. Light in body, but the color in the glass is a rich red to almost iridescent vermilion at lip. Light red berries with hints of blueberries on the nose and palette, cherries on the tongue.
- Alexander Valley Vineyards Pinot Noir 2017 / $45From Alexander Valley. Classic style with balanced acidity and bright fruit. Aromas of cherry, plum, slight raspberry, vanilla, oak, and a tough of nutmeg. This is an earthy wine with silky textures and flavors of fresh cherry, blueberry, plum and vanilla along with a long, structured finish.
- Domaine Drouhin Pinot Noir 2016 / $65From Willamette Valley. "Incredible clarity and purity of dark red cherries on the nose. The palate has a very plush, fleshy and concentrated core o rich black cherries with toasty oak spice overlaid; a good frame of fine grained tannins and lovely juicy acidity, finishing long and spicy." Awarded 96 points by James Suckling.
- Jim Barry the Lodge Hill Shiraz 2013 / $36From Clare Valley. "Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2012 Lodge Hill Shiraz is scented of crushed mulberries, black cherries and plums, with nuances of cloves and lavender. Medium to full-bodied with plenty of juicy black fruit flavors supported by a medium level of rounded tannins and balancing acid, it finishes with good length." Awarded 90 points by Wine Advocate.
- Yalumba Patchwork Shiraz 2013 / $54From Barossa. "Firm and chewy, with peppery tannins around a core of ripe plum and cherry, lingering on the expressive finish." 4,000 cases imported. Awarded 88 points by Wine Spectator.
- Tamarack Syrah 2012 / $45From Columbia Valley. "Polished and bright, this red is silky in texture, with pretty blackberry and cream flavors, hinting at black olives as the finish lingers." Awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator.
- Owen Roe Ex Umbris Syrah 2010 / $55From Columbia Valley. "A velvety red, offering ripe cherry, licorice and green olive flavors that come together on the firm-textured finish and linger nicely, balancing fruit and savory notes." Awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator.
- Viña Eguia Tempranillo 2014 / $36From Rioja. The nose demands coaxing from the glass, but it eventually offers a crisp, natural bouquet of dark berries, burnt toast and singed leather. The palate is very well-balanced, with lithe tannins that caress the mouth. The oak is seamlessly integrated towards the lingering, supple finish.
- Marques de Caceres Reserva Tempranillo 2010 / $48From Rioja. "This generous red delivers ripe plum and currant fruit, with notes of toast licorice and loam. Firm tannins impart structure, while juicy acidity keeps this lively." Awarded 90 points by wine spectator.
- Cline Ancient Vine Zinfandel 2017 / $32From Conta Costa. Intricate smoke and Indian spice aromas give this full-bodied wine a dramatic start before black cherry and blackberry join in on the palate. It has moderate tannins for good grip. Awarded 89 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Pedroncelli Bushnell Vineyard Zinfandel 2016 / $44From Dry Creek Valley. Spicy aromas of ripe berries mingle with hints of black pepper, cinnamon and toasty oak. Opulent flavors of blackberry, plum, a touch of vanilla and rich cocoa frame this wine. A rich and full-bodied Zinfandel with a lingering finish and well balanced between fruit and tannins.
- Ridge East Bench Zinfandel 2017 / $56From Dry Creek Valley. "Ripe blackberry, cocoa, and mint on the nose. Brambly red fruit palate with a tannic grip, finishes with notes of chapparel and licorice." Awarded 91 points by Jeb Dunnuck.
- Day Zinfandel 2016 / $66From Sonoma County. Owned and made by Ehren Jordan, former winemaker at Turly Wine Cellars. Offers terrific, classic notes of dried berry fruits, sandalwood, exotic spices, and brambly herbs in a medium-bodied, ultra-fine, elegant package. A focused, clean, classic, style that will drink beautifully for 7-8 years.
- Sebastiani Chardonnay 2017 / $28From Sonoma. Buttery croissant aromas and indulgent vanilla and butter-laden flavors make this wine virtually rich enough for dessert. It shows plenty of oak baking spices, a fat texture and lingering buttery finish.
- MaRostie Chardonnay 2017 / $40From Sonoma. “This wine succeeds in its bright aromas of flowers and vanilla. Full bodies, fleshy and complete, it offers layers of pineapple and guava flavors that will please a wide range of palates.” 91 Points by Wine Enthusiast.
- William Fevre Chablis 2018 / $50From Champs Royaux. "The apple, peach and mineral flavors play off the vibrant structure, while the texture remains smooth and generous. Has good regional character. A firm structure keeps this focused, with a hint of lemon zest on the finish." Award 92 points by James Suckling.
- Trefethen Chardonnay 2017 / $60From Oak Knoll. "A fine Chardonnay with great concentration of fine green apple, tropical fruit and stone fruit with a hint of nuttiness and a lovely oak smokiness." "Medium-bodied with fresh acidity and a fruity finish." Awarded 90 points by James Suckling.
- Scaia Garganega 2015 / $32From Veneto. An Italian white blend of chardonnay and garganega. "In Scaia, they're like two of the best ballet dancers in the world working with an even better choreographer. The grapes conpensate for each other's shortcomings, so that fruitiness of the chardonnay (green apple, pear?) offsets the tartness o the garganega, while the latter's minerality and lemon fruit fills in the holes in the chardonnay."
- Inama Soave 2014 / $32From Soave Classico. Grown on 17 hectares of basaltic lava. The vines are up to 30 years old and are hand-harvested. Stainless steel fermentation. From lower yields and the best slopes in the region this wine is generous, revealing apricots, honey, flowers and almonds. Generous acidity and a rich texture enforce the elegant finish this wine has.
- Villa Wolf 2018 / $32From Pfalz. "An elegant and easy drinking wine. Fresh and bright aromas come from picking the fruit at the optimal ripeness. This medium-bodied dry wine is complex, not too sweet with just the right amount of acidity creating a great balance. It is light and fruity enough" with flavors of citrus and melon.
- St Innocent Pinot Blanc 2016 / $36From Willamette. “This delicious, sext wine impresses with its leesy, textural mouthfeel, its mountain spring freshness, its crisp lemon and grapefruit flavors, and its underlying minerality. One-quarter was fermented in neutral French oak, the rest in stainless steel. A dash of minty wintergreen trails the finish." Awarded 92 Points by Wine Enthusiast.
Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris
- La Vis Pinot Grigio 2018 / $28From Trentino. "Smooth, savory and fresh white wine from Trentino, with a expressive profile, vinified only in steel tanks. Scents of yellow flowers, fresh fruits, honey and almonds animate a satisfying, warm and smooth taste, with a good persistence."
- St Innocent Vitae Springs Pinot Gris 2015 / $50From Willamette Valley. Shea Vineyard produces the richest and most textural Pinot Gris. Straw yellow in color. Aromas of white4 fruits and orange peel are layered with intense spice. The finish is long, with spice and lingering hints of dried fruit and mineral. Stainless steel fermentation.
- Bex Riesling 2017 / $28From Nahe Valley. “Emerald straw color. Fruity aromas of ripe kiwi in vanilla creme, sweet aloe vera, underripe pineapple, caraway, and beeswax with a satiny, lively, dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body and an even, medium-length star fruit, honeysuckle, and tart pear finish with no oak flavor. A mouthwatering, dry "gateway" Riesling packed with fruit.”
- Von Schleinitz Estate Dry Riesling 2018 / $36From Mosel-Saar-Ruwer. "Straw green color. Aromas and flavors of pineapple, ripe cantaloupe, lanolin, pear, and lemon zest with a satiny, crisp, petillant, very sweet light-to-medium body and an even, medium-length star fruit, honeysuckle, and tart pear finish with no oak flavor. A mouthwatering, dry 'gateway' Riesling packed with fruit."
- Trefethen Dry Riesling 2018 / $42From Oak Knoll. "Entirely fermented in stainless-steel, this wine is delightful in a floral aroma with lively flavors of fresh apricot, spring grass and freshly squeezed lemon. Stony and briny, it retains its acidity through a long, herbal finish." Awarded 94 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Clifford bay Sauvignon Blanc 2019 / $28From Marlborough. "The wine possesses a pale straw color and aromas of tropical fruit, mango, passion fruit, blackcurrant, lemongrass, crushed herbs and lychee. Ripe passion fruit and citrus on the palate exhibits the same fine flavors leading to a crisp, dry finish."
- Chasing Venus Sauvignon Blanc 2017 / $32From New Zealand. A veritable tropical fruit bowl of aromas-with just the slightest whisper of grass-slides smoothly into a light-to medium-bodied palate of zingy acidity, slippery texture and plenty more ripe pineapple and guava fruit. Awarded 87 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Paso a Paso Verdejo 2013 / $32From La Mancha. Full of delicate aromas of fresh picked peaches, bright citrus accents and delicious apple and kiwi flavors. Medium bodied with crisp citrus finish.
- Basa Verdejo 2016 / $32From Rueda. The intense floral aromatics, freshness and wonderful texture are the result of the high elevation planting in lime and gravel soils. Packed with crisp, clean flavours of yellow plums and white peaches.
- Nisia Verdejo 2014 / $38From Rueda. “Apple, peach and melon aromas are clean and fruity. The palate on this Verdejo is melony, which matches the wine's melon and papaya flavors. On the finish, a note of apple cider is detectable.” Awarded 87 points by Wine Enthusiast.
- Novelty Hill Viognier 2016 / $36From Columbia Valley. This wine "begins with aromas of lychee, bright nectarine and candied ginger. The palate is lithe and rich as the wine shows an exotic edge with a wonderful freshness. Poached pear, lychee and starfruit flavors connect with a lovely minerality."
- Marques de Gelida 2015 / $30From Cava. ““This Cava is aged over three years in bottle before release and produced from the top selection of juice from the first pressing. The longer bottle age has given it a slightly more creamy richness as well as abundant notes of bread dough, apple, pear and citrus oil. With a delicious entry on the palate, this dry, but not austere sparkling wine has excellent purity, texture and ripeness.” "Apricot and tangerine flavors are set on the fine mousse of this expressive Cava, layered with hints of pastry cream, toasted almond and candied ginger. Fresh and zesty on the lingering finish." Awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator.
- Argyle Brut 2015 / $47From Williamette Valley. “Blended from 70 percent pinot noir, 20 percent chardonnay and the rest pinot meunier, this fine-boned sparkler has an earth tone reminiscent of pinot noir bruts. It smells of bread crust and lemon zest, with vinous flavors and zippy acids.” It “was impeccable, showcasing the enticing depth and focused precision the region has to offer. The Pinot Noir dominated blend provides impressive red-fruited dimension to the white peach, wild honey and toasted brioche. The middle palate is invigorated with dynamic acid backbone and edgy minerality, bringing balance and concentration to the long finish.” Awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator.