Red Wines



50 - SAUMUR CHAMPIGNY, Domaine de la Perruche, Loire Valley, 2012 - Cabernet Franc. Berries & floral notes, smooth tannins with mellow and supple richness - 49.00$ (Bottle)

51 - CHINON, Pithon-Paille, Dessus Narcay, Val de Loire, 2013 - 100% Cabernet Franc, Organic, fresh in the mouth, red fruit round mouthfeel, best with charcuterie and red meat - 49.00$ (Bottle)


60 - CHATEAU BELLEVUE, Cotes de Blaye, Bordeaux, 2012 - Merlot-Cabernet blend. Aged 6 months in French oak. Very soft tannins and earthy notes, great length on the palate. - 45$ (Bottle), 13.00$ (Glass)

61 - CHATEAU SAURIAC, Plaisir de Sauriac, Lalande de Pomerol, 2012 -   Merlot-Cabernet blend, young vines, certified sustainable, round and fruity wine with velvet finish. - 32.00$ 1/2 (Bottle)

62 - CHATEAU FRANC PATARABET, Saint Emilion grand cru, 2009 - It sustains a certain power, the crisp aromas of red and black fruits punctuated with a licorice note. - 69.00$ (Bottle)

63 - CHATEAU CONNETABLE DE TALBOT, Saint Julien, , 2011 - A well made lighter style St Julien, flavors of black currant, olive, forest floor in this dark ruby purple-tinged wine - 89.00 (Bottle)

65 - CHATEAU LE CAILLOU, Pomerol, 2005 - Full, harmonious nose leading on to a smooth, rich palate with elegant black cherry fruit & supple tannins - 149.00$ (Bottle)

66 - CHATEAU BELLEGRAVE, Pauillac, 2011 - Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot blend, full bodied with fine tannins and a delicious finish and balance - 79.00$ (Bottle)

67 - CHATEAU LES BARRAILLOTS, MARGAUX, 2013 - Classic in style, layered with old leather, tobacco and sophistication. 55% Cab Sauv, 30% Merlot, 15% Cab Fr./Pet.V. - 69$ (Bottle)


70 - FLEURIE, La Madone, Domaine de la Madriere, grand cru Beaujolais, 2014 - Aged in oak, feminine and luscious wine, pretty and fragrant with flavours highlighting raspberry and strawberry - 49.00$ (Bottle)

68 - NUITS SAINT GEORGES, Domaine Louis Max, "Les Lievres", 2009 - Flavors of cherry and black currant, cinamon and hint of truffle, rich and fruity wine, firm tannins & long after taste - 115.00$ (Bottle)

69 - GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN, 1er Cru "Les Fontenys", Marchand-Tawse, 2010 - Floral nose, red berry fruit, earthy and energetic flavors, well stuctured with balanced and lingering finish - 169.00$ (Bottle)

71 - MERCUREY, 1er Cru, Les Vasees, Louis Max, Bourgogne, 2012 - Pinot Noir, all organic, acidity and silky tannins, the fruit is fresh and ripe, a good powerful dry Burgundy - 62.00$ (Bottle)

72 - HAUTES COTES DE BEAUNE, Domaine Chevreau 2014, Pinot Noir, bouquet full of red berries, balance of peppery fruits and tannins, great with red meat - 54.00$ (Bottle)

73 - PINOT NOIR, Vielles Vignes, Aliane Selection, Bourgogne, 2013 - Grapes from Cotes de Nuits and Cotes de Beaune,  sustainably farmed. Balance on palate, refreshing acidity - 45.00$ (Bottle), 13.00 (Glass)


90 - ROSE DE PROVENCE, Chateau St Pierre, Cuvee tradition, 2016 - 60 % Cinsault 40% Grenache, peach spicy nose, full bodied, rich wine with great character, excellent aromatic lenth - 39.00 (Bottle), 12.00$ (Glass)


74 - CROZES-HERMITAGE, Domaine Moillard, Northern Rhone, 2012 - 100% Syrah, wine of character, strong with body and rich in aromas. Deep complex bouquet - 45.00$ (Bottle)

75 - CHATEAUNEUF DU PAPE, Domaine du Pere Caboche, Rhone 2014 - Grenache blend, an extracted, compacted fruit bomb, with silky tannins, round and rich - 65.00$ (Bottle), 34.00$ (1/2 Bottle)

76 - GIGONDAS, Domaine de la Tourade, Cuvee Morgan, Rhone, 2012 - 80 % Grenache, Syrah & Mourverdre. Aged in Oak "Foudre". Spicy & fruity flavors. Characteristic of the terroir - 69.00$ (Bottle)

80 - MADIRAN, Laplace, Pierre Laplace, Southwest, 2013 - 70% Tannat, 30% Cab Franc. full bodied, loads of black fruits and sweet earth, floral hints and spices - 39.00$ (Bottle)

81 - CAHORS, Latitude 44, Pieron,  Malbec, Southwest  2013 - Malbec 100%, Aged in oak barrel for 10 month, red & black fruit aroma, smooth tannins with gentle aromatic finish. - 49.00$ (Bottle)

82 - GAILLAC, "Les Gravels rouge", Domaine Rotier, Southwest, 2011 - 50% Braucol, 25% Duras, 25% Syrah. It fruity on the palate. Fleshy wine with firm but gentle tannins - 44.00$ (Bottle)

83 - BANDOL, Domaine de l'Olivette, Dumoutier, Provence, 2012 - 85% Mourverdre, 10% Grenache, 5% Syrah. Intense aromas of red fruits & spices, delicate tannins, long finish - 57.00$ (Bottle)


101 - MCILROY, Pinot Noir, Sonoma County, 2014 - Rich flavors of strawberry and dried cherries, a long spicy finish reminiscent of current jam. Good balance. - 49.00$ (Bottle)

102 - HOWLING MOON, Pinot Noir,  Monterey county, 2014 - Aromas and flavors of raspberry, strawberry and a delicate mouthfeel. Soft and fruity red wine. - 36.00$ (Bottle)

103 - VIVIER, Pinot Noir, Stephane & Dana Vivier, Sonoma Coast, 2014 - A delicate wine with cherry fruit flavors, earthiness, floral and exotic, long and elegant finish. - 69.00$ (Bottle)

104 - WILLIAM HILL ESTATE, Cabernet Sauvignon, Central Coast, 2015 - Taste of blackberry & blackcurrant, hints of spice, well balance, presence of soft tannins - 39.00$ (Bottle), 10.00$ (Glass)

105 - RUGG, Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, 2012 - Excellent Cabernet. Blackberry and black cherry notes. Very grounded, medium tannins. - 85.00$ (Bottle)

106 - DRY CREEK Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma 2013 - Aromas of sage and rasperries combine with black cherry and chocolate, silky tannins - 46.00$ (Bottle)

108 - LAVA CAP WINERY, Reserve Zinfandel, El Dorado, High Sierra, 2013 - Lush fruits, berries & caramel with bright acidity and lovely soft tannins leads to a long finish - 44.00$ (Bottle)


109 - CARDWELL HILL Cellars, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2012 - Fruity nose with hints of berry and black cherry. Fine textured finish. Wine Spectator 91pts. - 57.00$ (Bottle)

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The Loire Valley is often referred to as "the Garden of France", the playground of Kings (good hunting country within easy reach of Paris), and the Cradle of the French Language (the city of Tours is reputed to speak the purest French). Listed (at least in part) amongst the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in late 2000, the Loire Valley is also noteworthy for the quality of its architectural heritage, in historic towns such as Montsoreau, Amboise, Blois, Chinon, Orléans, Saumur and Tours, but in particular for its world-famous châteaux (castles), such as the Châteaux de Montsoreau, Amboise, Azay-le-Rideau, Chambord and Chenonceau.

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