Wine


Lambert de Seyssel Petit Royal
I used this lovely sparkling wine from the Savoie for my wedding celebration. Lucky for us, there is some amount left. Get it while you can.

Bottle 34.          Glass 8.75

Nobilissima Prosecco DOC
We bring Prosecco out for any excuse to celebrate.  It’s simpler than Champagne and infinitely better than most sparkling wines costing much more. There is insipid Prosecco and there is beautifully dry and aromatic Prosecco. Try it, you’ll love it.  

Bottle 29.          Glass 7.75
Clos Normand French Brut Hard Cider
There are few beverages more refreshing than dry hard cider. This version from Normandy is both crisp and delicate, with lively dry fruit and a lovely bitter finish. Feeling adventurous? Try a Normand Kir, a lovely drink combining French cider, creme de cassis and a dash of Calvados.
Bottle 18.          Glass 6.

Frank Family 2014 Chardonnay  
The 2014 Carneros Chardonnay has a pale yellow straw color. Aromas of white flowers, stone fruit, lemon zest, and a hint of vanilla, lead to a rich and enveloping palate of lychee fruit and toasted almonds, with bright,mouth-watering acidity.
Bottle 48.      Quartino  17.      Glass  11.5

Elizabeth Spencer 2016 Sauvignon Blanc
This beautifully crafted Mendocino Sauvignon Blanc is produced from 100% certified organic grapes in a carbon neutral facility. Lovely stone fruit elements followed by citrusy aromas are balanced by sur lie aging, lending a creamy texture and mouthfeel.
Bottle  30.          Quartino  11.75         Glass  8.

Schlossgut Diel 2014 Riesling Kabinett
Schlossgut Diel has been in the family since 1802. The latest generation, daughter Caroline has taken over along with their long time cellar master to make some of the most sought after wines in Germany. Made in a drier style with juicy sweet apple fruit and a clean snappy finish. Perfect for early winter vegetable dishes and amazing with the smoked trout cakes.
Bottle 32.     Quartino  12.5    Glass  8.5

Domaine du Salvard Cheverney Rosé
The Delaille family has been making wine at Domaine du Salvard since 1898 and now the 5th generation of Delaille’s are running the estate. This elegant rosé is a blend of 65% Pinot Noir, 35% Gamay with tart, fresh raspberry and strawberry fruit and a lively, focused minerality and vibrant acidity.
Bottle  30.          Quartino  11.75         Glass  8.

Château Puygueranud 2015 Francs Côtes de Bordeaux
The Cotes de Francs the smallest of the Cotes de Bordeaux AOC’s and consists of 3 villages: Francs, Tayac and Saint Cibard. This delicious Bordeaux is a blend of 80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Malbec. It’s a very pretty wine with flavors of Amarena cherry and a judicious amount of oak. A lot of wine for the price.
Bottle  45.     Quartino  16.25     Glass  11.

Sineann 2014 Pinot Noir
We received the new vintage of this wine from our friends at Sineann who private label it for us and wow...what a wine. Perfect with almost any dish, this wine is curated from our good friend Peter Rosback of Sineann.  It shows the beauty of a bountiful vintage from key vineyard sites within the Willamette Valley. Beautiful, juicy dark cherry fruit and a long luxurious finish. Think Nicolas Potel as a Portlandia hipster.
Bottle 43.          Quartino 14.75      Glass 10.

Trefethen 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon
An old school California Cabernet from Napa's Oak Knoll region. A blend of 86% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Malbec, 6% Petit Verdot and 2% Merlot that’s redolent with blackberry and dark plummy fruit, but not an overly oaked fruit bomb.
Bottle  60..     Quartino  17.75.     Glass  12.5

Château Haut-Puech 2014 Saint Drézéry Prestige
I’ve been waiting a long time to get my hands on this little beauty from the Languedoc again. Made for Eric Solomon’s American market by renowned winemaker, Philippe Cambie. A blend of 55% Grenache and 45% Syrah with all those beautiful perfumed red raspberries and lavender  followed by earthy elements of mushrooms and herbs. The wine has a lovely silky texture with soft tannins and a long finish.
Bottle 32.     Quartino  12.5    Glass  8.5

Grilos 2014  Dão Reserva
Portuguese wines are hot right now and it’s a good time to discover the joys of these wines, especially this everyday quaffer I discovered a few weeks ago. A  blend of 40% Aragonez, 40% Touring Nacional and 20% Jaen that’s full of dark brambly, jammy fruit and a racy, peppery finish. This my friend, is a wine you’ll want to drink all winter long.
Bottle  25.     Quartino  10.     Glass  6.75