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

Indigenous Prosecco
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.

Varner 2015 Chardonnay El Camino

This delicious Chardonnay from the El Camino Vineyard in Santa Barbara tastes more like a Maconaise wine rather than Santa Barbara Chardonnay. Refreshing, juicy apple flavors,
 followed by citrus, this will pair beautifully
 with Coquille St. Jacques.

Bottle 42. Quartino 14.5 Glass 9.75

Chateau Graville-Lacoste 2017 Graves

This is one of the first wines I ever tasted from the Kermit Lynch portfolio. I think it was 1985 and it just rocked my world. Every new release is like welcoming back an old friend to a dinner party you haven’t seen in a few months. This beautiful white Bordeaux is a blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. It’s lively and full of tangy grapefruit and lime flavors with a wet stone finish.

Bottle 35. Quartino 13. Glass 8.75

Iris 2016 Pinot Gris

This Oregon winery is producing some really impressive wines. Located in southern Willamette Valley, the grapes are sourced from the Chalice Vineyard. The wine is redolent of tropical fruit, juicy white peach with a honeyed finish. Perfect for small plates or if you just want a glass of wine without food.

Bottle 32. Quartino 12.5 Glass 8.5

Domaine Lafage 2017 Miraflors Rosé

Produced from Grenache Gris and Mourvedre, this Rosé from the Roussillon using organic practices. The wine is full of strawberry/raspberry fruit with 
hint of orange peel. A late arrival to our rosé selections this year, but well worth the wait.

Bottle 35. Quartino 13. Glass 8.75

Arrowood 2015 Sonoma Estates Cabernet Sauvignon

A blend of 89% Cabernet Sauvignon, 
10% Merlot, 1% Cabernet Franc, this elegant Cabernet is aged in French oak barrels. It is 
full of blackberry and plum fruit with a 
velvety texture and long, luxurious finish.

Bottle 45. Quartino 15.5 Glass 10.5

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.

Les Cèdres d’ Hosten 2009 Listrac-Médoc

A second bottling from Chateau Fourcas-Hosten, 
this Bordeaux is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Medium bodied 
with flavors of tart cherry and herbal notes with 
soft tannins. This wine is drinking very well 
right now. It’s a steal!

Bottle 43. Quartino 14.75 Glass 10.

Kermit Lynch 2016 Languedoc

This is a beautiful little country wine from the Languedoc region in southern France. It’s the 
sort of wine that is well paired with just about anything. A blend of 40% Grenache, 30% Syrah, 20% Carignan and 10% Cinsault, with a well intentioned and light handed use of oak. Kermit Lynch has joined forces with winemaker Jean-Claude Zabalia to craft this red wine gem.

Bottle 32. Quartino 12.5 Glass 8.5

Semaphore 7 2015 Alentejo

This little Portuguese beauty is a blend of Alicante Bouschet, Tinto Aragones and Trincadeira, 
all household names, right. Well, before you 
dismiss this wine that’s hand harvest using 
only sustainable agriculture practices, think 
again. Think about black fruit flavors with 
floral aromas, think about a little oak aging,
 but not too much, think about a whole 
lotta wine for 28. a bottle.

Bottle 28. Quartino 11.5 Glass 7.75