Organic Wines by the Bottle
Organic grapes are grown by wineries that emphasize the use of renewable resources and the conservation of soil and water to enhance the environmental conditions for future generations. Before a product can be labeled ‘Organic’, it needs to be certified as adhering to all the rules necessary to meet USDA Organic standards. Our wine selections below all received at least 70% of their grapes from organic sources. We hope you enjoy these new additions to our wine collection!
Organic White Wines
2013 Natura Chardonnay Casablanca Valley, Chile 24.
Organic Red Wines
2013 Green Truck Petite Syrah Mendocino, CA 28.
12/13 Parducci Pinot Noir Mendocino, CA 26.
10/11 Snoqualmie ‘Naked’ Cab Columbia Valley, WA 30.
CHAMPAGNE, ROSÉ, AND WHITE WINES BY THE BOTTLE
Champagne & Sparkling Wines
Champagne, with its two Champagne towns Reims and Epernay, was the first region to make sparkling wine. Three traditional grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier make up this wonderful wine. Styles range from very dry to sweet.
100 Gloria Ferrer Brut Carneros 32.
102 Kenwood ‘Yulupa’ Cuvée Brut Sonoma County 24.
104 Sofia Blanc De Blanc Monterey County 28.
110 Dom Perignon Epernay 210.
112 G.H. Mumm Cordon Rouge Reims 62.
114 Veuve Clicquot ‘Yellow Label’(375 ml) Reims 36.
116 Veuve Clicquot ‘Yellow Label’ Reims 70.
120 Castello Banfi Rosa Regal Brachetto Piedmont 32.
Known as the Queen of grapes, Chardonnay is generously productive in most climates and soils and produces some of the world’s most revered whites. Full, supple, buttery, and Fruity, its flavors can include: apple, pear, citrus, caramel, pineapple, butterscotch, and vanilla.
150 Acacia Carneros 42.
152 Chateau St. Jean Alexander Valley 30.
154 Francis Coppola Gold Label Monterey County 32.
156 J. Lohr, Arroyo Vista Vineyard San Jose 40.
158 Kendall Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Santa Rosa 30.
160 Laguna Russian River Valley 30.
162 Salmon Creek Sonoma 20.
164 Sanford (375 ml) Santa Barbara 26.
166 Sonoma Cutrer ‘The Cutrer’ Russian River Valley 70.
168 Steelhead Sonoma County 34.
180 Simonnet – Febvre Chablis 52.
190 Castello Banfi Fontanelle Strevi 38.
192 Primadonna Di Puglia Pugila, Italy 26.
200 14 Hands Columbia Valley 24.
202 Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley 26.
A floral, honeyed character and zesty acidity earmark a well-made Chenin Blanc. This versatile grape produces wines with flavors such as honeysuckle, quince, melon, and grass.
210 Dry Creek Vineyard Clarksburg 26.
Highly aromatic, at its best in Alsace where it may be dry or sweet, Gewurztraminer has an exotic, spicy perfume with a taste of lychees and tends to be full-bodied, quite alcoholic, and have a low acidity. The word Gewurztraminer translates to spicy grape.
220 Trimbach Alsace 38.
230 Chateau Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley 22.
The light aroma, high acidity, and crispness of the Pinot Blanc grape lead it to be an excellent complement to some of our more delicate dishes. Common flavors or bouquets include hazelnut, cream, vanilla, sweet wood, and butter.
240 Hugel ‘Cuvee Amours’ Alsace 34.
Depending on ripeness at harvest and vinification techniques, this ‘white’ variant of the Pinot Noir grape can be tangy and light, or more rich and full-bodied. It is usually delicately fragrant with aromas of lemon, apple, pear, vanilla, almond, or smoke.
250 Clos du Bois Sonoma 28.
252 Tamas ‘Double Decker’ Monterey 26.
254 Salmon Creek Sonoma 20.
260 Hugel Alsace 48.
270 Tavo Veneto, Northern Italy 30.
272 Castello Banfi ‘San Angelo’ Montalcino 32.
274 Ruffino Borgo Conventi Friuli 40.
276 Santa Margherita Alto Adige 42.
280 Mount Nittany Vineyard Centre Hall 20.
290 Château Ste. Michelle Columbia Valley 30.
Cellar longevity, as well as an ability to maintain its varietal identity, leads many to view Riesling as the best of all white wine grapes. Highly aromatic, this grape frequently mixes in mineral elements from its vineyard source to produce flavors of: rose petals, flint, violet, apricot, and apple.
300 Pacific Rim Santa Cruz 26.
302 Wente Monterey 28.
310 Trimbach Alsace 34.
320 Château Ste. Michelle ‘Eroica’ Columbia Valley 40.
322 ¬ Covey Run Riesling Columbia Valley 20.
324 Hogue Columbia Valley 20.
Typically light and crisp, rosé wines can be a refreshing choice especially in the summer months. European styles are usually dry while the U.S. generates a sweeter version of rosé.
350 Beringer White Zinfandel Napa Valley 20.
360 Mezzacorona Rosato Trentino 20.
Sauvignon Blanc/Fume Blanc
The high acidity and tangy, zesty character of this dry white grape enable it to accompany the greatest variety of foods successfully. Its aggressive aroma brings to mind grass, Citrus, bell peppers, grapefruit, and minerals.
370 Ferrari-Carano Sonoma County 36.
372 Kenwood Vineyard (375 ml) Sonoma County 16.
374 Steelhead North Coast 28.
376 Summerland Santa Barbara 36.
380 Concha Y Toro Terrunyo Casablanca Valley 60.
390 Pascal Jolivet Sancerre Loire Valley 60.
400 Kim Crawford Marlborough 34.
402 Monkey Bay Marlborough 24.
Known for its very particular perfume redolent of apricots, peaches, and orange blossoms, this grape varietal can be as full-bodied as an oaky Chardonnay but with a much more distinctive floral aroma.
410 Summerland ‘Paradise’ Napa Valley 48.
850 2013 Caymus Conundrum(375 ml) Rutherford 21.
852 2011 Caymus Conundrum Rutherford 42.
860 Campbells Rutherglen Muscat (375 ml) Rutherglen 32.
880 Cossetti Moscato D’Asti Piedmont 26.
RED WINES BY THE BOTTLE
This lightly tannic, fruity wine from the Beaujolais region of France is considered the most approachable red wine even for non-drinkers. The predominant flavors are of strawberries, cherries, plums, raisins, and raspberries, with occasional tastes of pepper or smoked wood.
500 2013 Bouchard Aine Beaujolais-Villages 30.
502 2013 Louis Latour Chameroy Beaujolais-Villages 34.
Known as “the King of Wines,” this wine comes from the Nebbiolo grape grown in the Piedmont region of Italy. Required by law to be aged for a minimum of three years, it is a light-colored wine that is high in acidity and very tannic. Notable elements include bitter cherry, truffles, earth and roses.
510 2007 Cozzo Mario Ample Piedmont 80.
In terms of status and popularity, Cabernet Sauvignon can be regarded as Chardonnay’s counterpart. It is a deep colored, thick-skinned grape that produces dark, flavorsome wine. Particularly noted for its black currant and cedary, cigar-box character.
520 2014 Penfolds “Bin #9” South Australia 30.
544 2015 Cape Dreams Western Cape 28.
530 2012 B.R. Cohn Olive Hill Estate Sonoma Valley 114.
532 2012 Dry Creek Vineyard Dry Creek Valley 42.
534 2014 Francis Coppola Black Label Geyserville 38.
536 2011 Grgich Hills(375 ml) Napa Valley 60.
538 2012 Grgich Hills Napa Valley 120.
540 2014 Irony Napa Valley 28.
542 2013 Kendall Jackson Vintner’s Reserve Santa Rosa 38.
546 2013 Rodney Strong Sonoma 36.
548 2013 Rodney Strong Reserve Alexander Valley 75.
550 2013 Salmon Creek Sonoma 20.
552 2013 The Divining Rod Alexander Valley 38.
554 09/10 Valley of the Moon Sonoma County 46.
560 N/V Casa Lapostolle Cuvee Alexandre Colchagua Valley 38.
570 2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle ‘Cold Creek’ Columbia Valley 68.
Though rarely encountered in the vineyards of Bordeaux today, this grape was widely cultivated in the Bordeaux region prior to the Phylloxera era. Now it’s a vigorous vine which yields quantities of exceptionally good, deep colored, full bodied wine, mainly in Chile.
580 2011 Carmen Gran Reserva Colchagua Valley 32.
582 2012 Santa Carolina Reserve Colchagua Valley 26.
584 2012 Koyle Carmenere Reserve Colchagua Valley 36.
With characteristics that fall between Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Malbec is deeply colored with ample tannins and a particular plum-like flavor. This grape truly comes into its own in Argentina.
590 2013 Bodega Norton Barrel Select Mendoza 38.
592 2014 Broquel Mendoza 30.
594 2014 Kaiken Mendoza 26.
596 2013 Pascual Toso Reserve Mendoza 42.
598 2015 Trivento Reserve Mendoza 24.
600 2002 Veteris Conventus Mendoza 200.
These high quality, Bordeaux-style wines are blends containing at least two types of various varietals with no one type comprising more than 90% of the blend. Stringent regulations promote only the best blends from wineries being labeled ‘meritage’.
610 2010 Murphy-Goode ‘All In’ Alexander Valley 42.
612 2012 Opus One Napa Valley 300.
620 2011 Chateau Haut Beausejour St. Estephe 66.
More herbaceous than Cabernet Sauvignon in both aroma and taste, Merlot gives softer, plumper, juicier, earlier-maturing wines, which seem sweeter. The ripe, plummy fruitiness of the Merlot and the absence of harsh tannins have made it one of the most popular red grape varieties.
630 2012 Cakebread Cellars Napa Valley 100.
632 N/V Markham Vineyards Napa Valley 44.
634 2012 Murphy-Goode Alexander Valley 30.
636 2013 Salmon Creek Sonoma 20.
638 11/12 Wente ‘Sandstone’ Livermore 32.
640 12/13 Santa Carolina Reserva Colchagua Valley 26.
650 2011 Chateau Patris Gran Cru St. Emilion 76.
660 13/14 14 Hands Columbia Valley 22.
662 2013 Chateau St Michelle ‘Indian Wells’ Columbia Valley 36.
664 12/13 Columbia Crest Grand Estates Columbia Valley 28.
Developed in France more than a century ago, but rarely seen there now. In California the grape is widely grown and makes robust, well-colored, tannic wines. Flavors include: blueberry, vanilla, and dark berries.
670 2013 Parducci Mendocino County 24.
672 12/13 Ravenswood Vintner’s Blend Sonoma 22.
A complex aroma dominated by flavors of black cherries is one of the key features of Pinot Noir. This wine is full-bodied and rich but not heavy, high in alcohol, without being too acidic or tannic, while still retaining a delicate flavor.
680 2014 A by Acacia Sonoma 30.
682 2013 Dutton Goldfield Marin County 74.
684 2013 Kenwood Russian River Valley 32.
686 11/13 Paul Dolan (375 ml) Mendocino County 28.
688 2014 Notes Santa Barbara County 26.
690 2013 Steelhead Sonoma County 34.
700 2011 Joseph Drouhin Cote de Beaune-Villages 56.
702 2013 Louis Latour Domaine de Valmoissine Vin de Pays 36.
710 2014 Erath Willamette Valley 40.
712 2013 King Estate Willamette Valley 52.
714 2014 Willamette Valley Vineyards Willamette Valley 54.
The Sangiovese grape dominates central Italy but only aspires to greatness in Tuscany. It’s medium to full bodied, firm, dry, and a slightly spicy red that ages well. Bitter cherry, spices, tobacco, and herbs dominate the bouquet.
720 09/10 Silverado Vineyards Napa Valley 56.
722 2013 Terra D’Oro Amador County 36.
730 2015 Barbanera “Ser Passo” Tuscany 30.
732 2011 La Selvanella Reserva Chianti Poggibonsi 58.
734 2015 Ruffino Chianti Superiore Tuscany 32.
This thick-skinned, almost black berry forms intense wines, alcoholic, aromas more spicy than fruity, with a chewy texture and richness. No specific aromas are thought of as ‘typical’ but blackberry and pepper are often noticeable.
740 12/13 Greg Norman Estates Limestone Coast 30.
742 2013 Layer Cake South Australia 34.
744 2013 Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Barossa Valley 58.
746 2013 Two Lands South Australia 30.
750 2013 Robert Hall Cuvee de Robles Paso Robles 38.
760 2012 Columbia Crest ‘Two Vines’ Paterson 24.
762 09/12 Red Diamond Paterson 26.
Tempranillo dominates the vineyards throughout northern and central Spain but is slowly expanding to other regions of the world. Its aromas and flavors call to mind herbs, earthy minerality, and berryish fruit.
770 2009 Abacela Umpqua Valley 42.
780 2010 Campo Viejo Reserva Rioja 28.
782 2010 El Coto Rioja 26.
784 2009 Marques de Riscal Reserva Rioja 36.
786 2009 Vega Sauco Crianza Seleccion Toro 30.
788 2013 Vega Sauco ‘El Beybi’ Toro 22.
Adaptable to a wide range of climates and soils, Californian Zinfandel has a very fruity aroma with common notes of raspberry, blackberry, black cherry, cinnamon, and licorice. While containing many of the same characteristics as Zinfandel, the Italian Primitivo is more akin to old world wines with more rustic notes of earth and spice and tamed fruit flavors.
790 Francis Coppola Napa 32.
792 2011 Murphy-Goode ‘Liar’s Dice’ Sonoma County 36.
794 2013 Ravenswood Old Vine Vintner’s Blend Sonoma County 24.
796 2011 Ridge ‘East Bench’ Dry Creek Valley 52.
798 2012 Valley of the Moon Sonoma County 42.
800 2013 Vigne E Vini Passione Puglia 30.
810 2013 Folie A Deux ‘Menage a Trois’ Napa County 26.
812 2013 Ridge Three Valleys Sonoma County 46.
814 2009 Steelhead Red Sonoma County 36.
820 2013 Louis Bernard Chateauneuf du Pape Rhone Valley 85.
830 09/10 Masi Costasera Amarone Classico Valpolicella 80.
832 2012 Stemmari Arancio Nero d’Avola Sicily 22.
840 2010 Torres Gran Coronas Penedes 40.
Sandeman Tawny Porto Oporto 5.
Porto Wine Sequeira 10 Years Quinta Da Sequeira 9.
Porto Wine Sequeira 20 years Quinta Da Sequeira 12.
Big Springs (Local)
Absolute (Citron, Ruby Red, Mandarin, Vanilla)
Deep Eddy Ruby Red
Bombay Sapphire East
Barrel 21 (Local)
Olmeca Altos (Silver, Reposado)
Avion (Silver, Reposado, Anejo, Espresso)
Jim Beam Black
Knob Creek Rye
Seagram’s Gold VO
Jameson Black Barrel
Dalwhinnie 15 year
Glenlevit 12 year and 18 year
Johnnie Walker Black
Laphroig 10 Year
McCallan 12 year
Dewars 12 Year