Our flights are three, 3oz. pours. It’s a great way to try many wines without committing to a full glass of any of them!
Sweet white wines
Blushes, dry to sweet
3 distinctly different chars
Pinot Grigio is from Italy. Pinot Gris is the same grape grown anywhere else.
Various whites from light- to full-bodied
A variety of Riesling
A variety of Pinot Noir
Red Red Red
Reds from light- to full-bodied
OH, Baby. These are bodacious!
Call a Cab
Cabernet (you had that figured out, didn’t you?)
Red & White
2 whites and a red
Red, White, and Blush
It’s what you think.
Create Your Own
Choose 3 wines which are available by the glass.
Frog’s Leap (Napa Valley, CA) 2011 – Ripe plum, elderberry and ruby red cherry flavors, all with very supple tannins and lovely acidity
William Hill Bench Blend (Napa Valley, CA) 2010 – rich and dark with aromas and flavors of blackberry and hints of chocolate. The fruit flavors are balanced by notes of brown spice and sweet vanilla from fine oak integration. The soft, plush mouthfeel, intense fruit and silky tannins evolve into an impressive fruit-focused finish
Honig (Napa Valley, CA) 2011 – Sustainably farmed and fabulous! Full body but reserved and balanced, with fine tannins and a chocolate, berry and blueberry character. Extremely well done for the vintage, with style and panache. I like this better than the 2010 for its reserve and form.”
93 Points James Suckling
Mount Veeder (Napa Valley, CA) 2011– Concentrated ripe cherry, black currant and plum aromas interlaced with complex notes of dark chocolate, clove and toasty oak. Flavor boasts mountain characteristics of intense dark berry and cassis with highlights of bay, anise and mocha. Hints of nutmeg and vanilla bean add to the long persistent finish
Stanley Lambert Thoroughbred (Barossa Valley, South Australia) 2008- Has blackcurrant and plum characters, fine tannins and a distinct softness. Presents like a $100 bottle
King Estate ‘NxNW’ (Columbia Valley, WA) 2008 –Aroma of ripe plum, cherry jam and coconut. Black cherry, chocolate, oak and olive flavor. Rich entry, light tannins and lingering finish
Joel Gott (CA) 2011- Aromas of plum, raspberry and cherry cola with hints of anise, cocoa and luscious fruits
Twigs Reserve (Mendoza, Argentina) 2008- Organic grapes with a peppery nose. A full body wine with intense tannins
Ben Hogan (Paso Robles, CA) 2008—Intense and lush, it offers rich, ripe blackcurrant and blackberry fruits and spicy oak. Its fine tannins leave this wine smooth as silk
Torreon de Paredes (Cachapoal Valley, Chile) Aged in stainless steel, this wine has a distinctive herbaceous aroma, with plentiful fruit, and a medium body. Superb with pasta marinara
If You See Kay (Lazio, Italy) 2011– A soft, creamy, juicy, rich and powerful aroma like handfuls of juicy ripe blackberries
Carnivor (California) 2011 –This is the inkiest wine we’ve ever seen! Its rich blend shows hints of blackberry, caramel, roast coffee and toasted oak with a smooth finish
Darkhorse (Central Valley, CA) Concentrated blackberry, blueberry, and plum on the nose. A surprising sweet start on the palate giving way to a moderate body and tempered acidity
14 Hands (Columbia Valley, Washington) - Black currant and dark cherry aromas and flavors with a full, velvety finish
Zinfandel (yes, it’s red)
Rombauer Zinfandel (Napa) A classic in every sense. Bursting with aromas of ripe cranberries, blackberries and crushed raspberries. Clove and mint add character and dimension. An expressive and dense mid-palate. Vanilla and plum flavors round out an unforgettable finish
Hartford (Russian River Valley, CA) 2009 – Blackberry, blueberry, black cherry, pepper, and spice aromas and flavors result in a complex, supple-textured Zinfandel…
Seghesio Sonoma (Sonoma County, CA) 2010 – Spicy, lush black fruit of Alexander Valley; Briary and raspberry flavors, along with structure of cooler Dry Creek Valley
Buehler (Napa Valley, CA) 2010 – Aromas of a briar patch on a hot summer day carry over to the palate and are carried in a mouth-filling, flavorful, juicy package…
Brazin (Lodi County, CA) 2010 - Big, bold aromas of rich black fruit and mocha mingle with hints of spice and soft vanilla. A core of intense, dark plum and cocoa rock the palate while balanced acidity and lingering tannins add complexity, concentration and depth to the finish
The Federalist Visionary Zinfandel (Dry Creek Valley, CA) 2010-The Federalist Zinfandel has robust fruit with bright berry fruit character, and its lively acidity partners well with a wide variety of foods. Good density, supple tannins, bright acidity and a long, smooth finish
Colomé (Salta, Argentina) 2009 – This wine is layered on the nose with blackberry, licorice, violet, bitter chocolate and spices. The flavors are rich with layered fig paste, plums, cassis and blackberry fruit. The finish is long and round
Los Haroldos (Argentina) 2011 – Deep purple color with a slight violet shade in the glass. Dark fruit on the nose along with coffee / mocha notes. Superb quality at a bargain price!
Michel Torino ‘Don David’ (Cafayate, Argentina) 2012 – rich red with full body and flavors of blackberry, plum, black raspberry, cedar and spice. Enjoy it over the next 10-12 years with roast beef, grilled meats, venison, roasts, and BBQ ribs…
Marc Roman (Languedoc-Rousillon, France) 2010 – A lighter bodied malbec, packed with black spice notes and dark berry fruit. Easy on the palate
Duckhorn ‘Decoy’ (Sonoma County, CA) 2010– Aromas that strike an appealing balance between vibrant cranberry and deeper, dark berry notes, with sophisticated hints of white pepper and forest floor. The palate is rich and beautifully structured, offering a lush core of dark, ripe fruit wrapped in smooth, firmly textured tannins
14 Hands (Columbia Valley, Washington) 2010- Classic Washington aromas of blackberries and dark stone fruits with hints of cherries and spice
Columbia Crest ‘H-3’ (Horse Heaven Hills, Washington) 2010- Mark’s favorite merlot! Aromas of raspberries, black pepper and earthy tones with lead to flavors of chocolate covered cherries and plum preserves on the silky smooth palate. Intense yet elegant…
Domaine du Sac (Wollersheim Winery Prairie Du Sac, Wisconsin) 2012-Marechal Foch and Leon Millot grapes create a medium bodied palate with overtones of raspberries and dark cherries………………..33
Ecos De Rulo Carmenere (Colchagua Valley, Spain) 2007- Full bodied with aromas of black plums, orange peel, and black pepper. The finish is long and lingering with soft tannins and flavors of dried plums, ripe blackberries and toasted hazelnuts
Baron des Chartrons Bordeaux (France) 2011 -red fruits dominated by cherries, plums, spice, and some good fruit-driven mineral notes. This is a pure fruit-driven wine with a solid finish that lingers with great balance. This is a fine, full-bodied effort made from classically proportioned grape varietals
Vina Eguia Rioja Crianza (Spain) 2008—100% Tempranillo Bouquet of cherries, mature oak and hints of licorice. The palate is full, elegant and well balanced with a fresh finish. It is the perfect wine for everyday drinking
Muriel Rioja Reserva (Spain) 2008—100% Tempranillo The palate is balanced and fine with a polished and sleek body and very long finish. Pair with grilled lamb cutlets, smoked and cured cheeses. Also excellent with chocolate…
Coltibuono Chianti Classico (Tuscany, Italy) 2011–– “Bright and savory, this wine’s meaty fruit has shades of red and green spices, edging the flavors in tannic structure without any overt astringency. Tightly wound, this is balanced and well positioned to evolve over the next several years in bottle.”
Domaine de Montalon Bordeaux Superieur (France) 2006- Relatively light bodied, smokey right-bank Bordeaux superior. This has the smokey plum flavor I’d expect, but with sharp acid and crisp fruit, like a young Chianti or burgundy. What a steal
Torreon de Paredes Carmenere Reserve (Chile) – Deep ruby-red colour. Aromas of black ripe fruits, cherries, blackberries, cassis with black chocolate and vanilla notes from the oak aging. Perfect pairs: chicken, turkey, quail, pork, grilled, fish and pasta
D’Arrigo Primo Sole (Italy)- This sweet wine has raspberry and cherry flavors with a rich mid-palate and a lingering complex finish. Brachetto 50%, Barbera 30%, Moscato 20%..
Luccio Bello Rosso (Piedmont, Italy) -Luccio Bello Rosso is delightfully sweet with juicy flavors of cherry and strawberry, with balanced acidity and a soft smooth finish. 100% Brachetto
Kangarilla Road Shiraz (McLaren Vale, Australia) 2008-Great dark fruit and spice line through and through this wine that’s an extra joy. It’s juicy, lip smacking as well as deeply rooted in its deeper flavor and textural spectrums
The Jack Syrah (Walla Walla, WA) 2009-Displaying appealing aromas of spicy red fruit, raspberries, plum and sweet herbs, A friendly wine offering a mouthful of juicy fruit flavors that are complemented by silky tannins
Michael David Petite Petit (Lodi, CA) 2011-This intense blend of petite syrah and petit verdot is a substantial, dense, full-bodied, whopper style of wine loaded with pure black fruit and vanilla flavors that coat the palate. Richness with a finish that lingers
Berton Vineyards ‘Black’ Shiraz (New South Wales, Australia) 2012 – Strong blackberry and plum aromas over toast, vanilla and spice. The palate is full flavored and intense with rich blackberry, plum, blueberry and spicy characters. The tannins are very ripe and dense giving great structure and length to the palate
Hope Estate ‘The Ripper’ Shiraz (Hunter Valley, Australia) 2008 – Generous aroma of lifted blackberry and loganberry characters, mint, nutmeg and black pepper. Huge berry fruit, spicy nutmeg and chocolate characters fill the palate. The oak is well balanced with acidity leading to a long finish of persistent fruit, fine grained tannins and cool climate mint notes
Train ‘Drops of Jupiter’ Petite Syrah (CA) 2011- A fruit-forward, instantly lovable red! Fresh aromas and flavors of boysenberry fruit with soft, supple tannins
Paraduxx ‘Z’ (Napa Valley, CA) 2009– Inviting aromas with lifted red fruit elements of raspberry and plum, as well as deeper bramble fruit notes and layers of vanilla, cream, nutmeg and cinnamon. A smooth, rich entry leads to sweet plum and lingering spice notes, with hints of cedar and clove
Domaine LafageTesselae Old Vines (Roussillon, France) 2011—Parker gives this GSM blend 93 points—Aged in concrete, it boasts a bouquet of strawberries and black cherries with a hint of spring flowers, a velvety texture and a voluptuous mouthfeel. Should drink well until 2017
Fattoria Montellori Toscana Rosso “Moro” (Italy) 2007—Cabernet – Merlot – Sangiovese is the composition of many of the so-called “Super Tuscan” wines of central Italy. The structure of Cabernet Sauvignon, the sweet, juicy fruit flavors of Merlot and the rustic, sour-cherry tang of Sangiovese declare the nature of this wine
Tait ‘The Ballbuster’ (Barossa Valley, Australia) 2010 – Intense aromas of black currant, stewed plums, cherry, and chocolate. Full bodied berry palate with a sweet long lasting finish
Noster Priorat (Spain) 2005- Intense cherry red in color, with garnet nuances. Complex on the nose, notes of red fruits evolving to jam fruits, plums and figs, chocolate and vanilla. Full bodied in the mouth, complex with persistent and round tannins
Bridlewood Estate Blend 175 (Central Coast, CA) 2011-Blended of Syrah, Cabernet and Zinfandel. Blend 175 is a well-balanced expression of the region. This full-bodied blend’s dark, jammy fruit flavors and rich, soft tannins are framed nicely by notes of sweet oak and end with a lingering finish.
Ca’ Momi (Napa) 2011- A blend of Cabernet, Merlot, and Zinfandel, this award-winning wine is Italian style wine from California
Fantini Montepulciano D’Abruzzo (Italy) 2007—Garnet red colour; blackberry, ripe cherry, cedar and mild spice aromas; ripe, mouthfilling black cherry/berry fruit, with a touch of spice in medium length finish
Eruption Volcano Ridge Vineyard (High Valley, CA) 2011- A rich and intense wine with aromas of dark berry, sandalwood and cocoa giving way to jammy, ripe and expressive flavors. Layering the palate with supple tannins, it is elegant and well balanced…
Stark Raving Red– Sounds wild, but really this is an incredibly tasty and subtle wine. Smooth, not biting like many reds are. You’d be mad not to try it!
Apothic (CA) 2011– Perfect for the hesitant red wine drinker. Jammy flavors blend well with the elegant blackberry and black cherry characteristics of the Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The wine is further enhanced by undertones of mocha and vanilla
Botham Big Stuff Red (WI) 2011 – Semi-dry, fruit-forward red wins e that should be served chilled. Extraordinary fruit character and complex, but beautifully balanced flavors are only enhanced with chilling…
Uncensored Red Blend (Sonoma County, CA) 2010-Merlot-based red blend to tantalize your taste buds. Ripe raspberry, tart pomegranate, succulent blackberry, dark chocolate, roasted bacon, and a whiff of toasted marshmallow doused with vanilla bean…
Ben Hogan Tribute Series Carnoustie (Paso Robles, CA) 2008-The 2008 Carnoustie is blended of Syrah, Cabernet and Merlot. Rich, ripe and forward with strength and ‘backbone’.A ripe middle palate and lovely finish make this wine Gorgeous!.
Kokomo (Russian River Valley, CA) 2009– Aromas of violets and roses, black currants, blueberries, black raspberries and wild strawberries are joined by suggestions of tobacco leaf, clean earth, dried fruit, and spice…
Rex Hill (Willamette Valley, Oregon) 2010– Aromas of violets and roses, black currants, blueberries, black raspberries and wild strawberries are joined by suggestions of tobacco leaf, clean earth, dried fruit, and spice
Vavosour (New Zealand) 2009– a deep garnet color and shows aromatic cherry and spice on the nose. The concentrated palate exhibits rich dark cherry flavors with a long, soft tannin finish…
Brassfield (High Valley, CA) 2012– seductive notes of dark cranberries, cola and raspberries. The mouth-feel is round and smooth. The forward fruit character is further enhanced by toasted chestnut and leather aromas. Nice and sticky for those who love their tannins with grip!.
Meiomi (Monterrey County, CA) 2012–Surprisingly rich for a Pinot Noir, this offering is an extremely layered wine, both in structure and flavor, with a slight earthiness and sweet oak on the finish.
Acrobat (Oregon) 2010– Bright garnet color with ruby tint. Cherry, cranberry, raspberry and spice aromas. Pomegranate, blueberry and tobacco leaf flavors with a silky mouth-feel, lively mid palate and round finish
Votre Sante (CA) 2010–Elegant palate and lovely perfume of strawberries, cloves, tealeaves and violets. Its vibrant flavors of raspberries and cherries are highlighted by notes of vanilla and sandalwood, which makes for a nuanced wine that is both lively and versatile
Chalk Hill (Russian River Valley, CA) 2009– Readily apparent in the aromatics, flavors and textures. Wonderfully intense and powerful with notes of baked apple, hazelnuts, lemon peel, nutmeg, brioche and cream.
Rombauer Carneros Chardonnay (Napa, CA) 2011-Rich yellow color and becoming more golden with age. Inviting fruit aromas of honeydew, yellow peach and fig are supported by vanilla and caramel. Creamy vanilla integrates with honeysuckle, pineapple and apricot for a fabulous richness on the palate. A luscious mouthfeel leads to a generous and creamy finish. Pleasantly voluptuous from a cooler vintage
Lockwood (Monterey, CA) 2010–Aromas of fresh pineapple and orange blossom are supported by French oak nuances. Flavors of nectarine and white peach fill the front palate as citrus tones and minerality linger on through the finish
Sonoma Cutrer Russian River Ranches Chardonnay (Sonoma, CA) 2013-Aromas of Fuji apple, fresh roses, lime, lemon blossom and nectarine are complemented with touches of nougat, baking spices and a lovely minerality. Elegant and balanced with a nice, bright acidity and a long, persistent finish
Bonterra (Organic. Mendocino County, CA)2011 – An initial impression of rich, buttery cream turns to aromas of honey and toasted almonds, quickly followed by pineapple, lemon and crème brulee. ‑is wine has a refreshing, bright, clean minerality with a vibrant tartness and lemon zest
Coppola ‘Diamond’ (Monterrey, CA) 2011 –Juicy apple, guava and melon flavors with a creamy texture and caramelized sugar finish, balanced by a crisp acidity
Carmenet Reserve (Sonoma, CA) 2012–A lovely, straw-colored wine, with hints of apple, banana, and vanilla. This opulent and sensual wine finishes with butterscotch and tropical fruit
Goose Ridge G3 (Columbia Valley, WA) 2010–Clean and bright on the palate with lingering hints of vanilla and butterscotch
Seven Falls (Wahluke Slope, WA) 2011-tropical notes & flavors of peaches & pear give way to a long finish & smooth vanilla ice-cream texture. Laura’s Favorite Chardonnay!..
4 Vines Naked (CA) 2011–Unoaked Chardonnay The Original Naked Chardonnay sits before you unhindered by the buttery bonds of oak. No barrel fermentation. No other varietal blended into the wine. Chardonnay in all its splendor truly Naked.
Cloudy Bay (Marlborough, New Zealand) 2011- Enticingly fragrant aromas of ripe stonefruit and juicy citrus. The palate is fine yet succulent, with zesty citrus flavours and fresh acidity leading into a lingering and characteristically crisp finish
Kim Crawford (Marlborough, New Zealand) 2011- A crisp and powerful, well balanced wine with intense aromas of gooseberry, passion fruit and citrus flavors
Torreon de Paredes (Chile) –Aromas of citrus fruit and peach. The palate is young, fresh, fruity, with vibrant acidity and a delicate finish. A perfect pair with fish and shellfish or as an aperitif
Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio
King Estate Pinot Gris (Oregon) 2011– Aromas of tropical fruit and vanilla. Tastes of raspberry, grapefruit, and melon, with bright, crisp acidity. Well-balanced
Erath Pinot Gris (Oregon) 2010–Enticingly fragranced with honeydew melon, this wine could not be a lovelier example of one of Oregon’s favorite varietals. Flavors of green apple and Meyer lemon. Mouth-watering, luscious and fruit-filled
Astoria 2011 “Alisia” Veneto, Italy 2013 – World Wine Championships Gold Medal Winner–Bright golden straw color. Inviting aromas and flavors of peach cobbler, honeydew, and apple sauce with a silky, fruity-yet-dry medium body and a long, tangy, lemon curd and nut accented finish. A delicious and balanced pinot grigio
Candoni Organic Pinot Grigio (Veneto, Italy) - The beautiful aromas of melon, pear, and pineapple are complemented by delicate flavors of lemon and fig. Fresh and soft, this well-structured wine is refreshing and pairs well with light dishes
Treana White (Central Coast CA) –50% Marsanne, 50% Viognier A bold bouquet of stone fruit and white flowers are followed by hints of honey and nutty notes of pecan and almond. On the palate, rich flavors of melon, peach and honey follow with an oily mid-palate, and a bright finish. Due in part to the ageability of Marsanne, Treana White has a trusted history of aging 10+ years.
Stark Raving (CA) – This white blend sans vintage or varietals is delightful, floral and crisp. A perfume of freesia, cucumbers, lemons and lime zest follow through on the palate
Saint Anac White Bordeaux (France) 2010 –Luscious and elegant, Soft peach, apple and lemon on the nose leading to a full bodied, medium sweet, smooth wine with very low acidity
Tortoise Creek Viognier (France) -Completely unoaked , bright with lovely aromas of peaches, pears and honeysuckle. Palate is fresh and crisp but packed with fruit. Wonderful with any fish or pasta dishes and excellent with a great chicken dish
New Age White (Argentina)- Semi-sweet andfruity. Intense floral aromas. Balanced acidity leads to soft, slightly effervescent flavors and mouth feel. Super fresh…
Michel Picard Vouvray (Loire Valley, France) 2010–The perfect medium: right between dry and sweet. This 100% Chenin Blanc has freshness on the palate with hints of apricot and stone fruit. Its hint of sweetness is counterbalanced by a high level of acidity making this a wine that is round and fresh easy to drink now or a wine that can age well
Berton’s Metal Label Viognier (Australia) - Aromas of apricot, orange blossom and peach. Fresh flavours of citrus zest and tropical fruits fill the palate and linger to create a long finish
Fisher King Gentle Sin (Mount Horeb, WI) Semi-sweet white wine made with Seyval Blanc grapes. Exhibits a light apple nose, tangerine and green apple flavors. A good balance of acidity and sweetness
Fisher King Blue Rapture (Mount Horeb, WI) Sweet white wine made from Seyval Blanc grapes. Very similar to our Gentle Sin, only more nectarous. Tangerine, peaches, green apple and citrus flavors
King Estate ‘NxNW’ (Columbia Valley, WA) 2011– A very dry Riesling with aromas of peach, jasmine, clover, paper whites, graham-cracker. Flavors of apricot, mango, lychee, lemon meringue, citrus Mouth-feel is crisp, round, long finish, balanced with dry acidity
Leitz Dragonstone (Rheingau, Germany) 2011– A gorgeous Riesling. Zesty lime, peach, pink grapefruit, and red currant ally themselves to cinnamon spice in this sweet crowd-pleasing winner!..
Wollersheim Dry (WI) – A gentle, nearly dry white with aromas of basil and licorice with a palate of crisp green apple
The Jack Riesling (Walla Walla, WA) 2011-Shows delicious notes of apricot and peach. It is perfectly balanced with crisp acidity and subtle sweetness one would taste in a perfectly ripe Washington State Gala apple.
Moscato (and d’Asti)
Bartenura (Italy) 2011– Crisp and refreshing, semi-sweet, with lingering pear, tangerine, nectar and melon flavors on the finish
Moscato Bella (Central Coast, CA)– A sweet, fruity wine sure to please. Made from the very best muscat canelli grapes
Red Electra (CA) 2011– A red version of the ever popular moscato, this fun, fruity wine is zippy and sweet……………………
Astoria Sparkling Moscato (Veneto, Italy) 2011– Very fine and persistent bubbles with straw yellow and greenish reflections. The wine is delicately sweet with a basis of fresh fruit flavors of peach, melon, and pear balanced with gentle notes of white petals. The finish is balanced and well rounded
D’Arrigo Moscato d’Asti (Piedmont, Italy)- A Moscato d’Asti to make you sit up and take notice. The greatest of Piedmont’s white dessert wines. Estate-bottled using carefully selected local grapes from vines that characteristically produce small quantities of exquisite fruit. Moscato d’Asti is Italy’s traditional celebration wine
Sparkling Wine & Champagne
J Cuvee 20 Sparkling (Russian River Valley, CA)– opens up with crisp lemon peel, honeysuckle and delicate yeast aromas. These notes are followed by Fuji apple, grapefruit and a sweet hint of angel food cake. The flavors are toast, caramel, pear, and almond. There’s just enough liveliness and a lingering lush finish
Champagne Montaudon (France)–Rich and toasty, with notes of almond and brioche toast, combined with crisp green apple and lime accents. Elegant yet energetic.
Cava Brut Reserva (Torrelavit, Spain)-Scent of apple and lemon. Has big bubbles and a bit of a sweet start. Flavors of green apple peel and a touch of salt. Clean finish
D’Arrigo Prosecco (Italy) Bright, crisp and fruity, this less expensive alternative to Champagne is sure to please. Affordable enough to drink often!
Opera Prima Bellini (Italy) Imagine biting into a sweet, luscious slice of peach and you have a sense of how Opera Prima Bellini tastes. Of course, there’s also an effervescent kick to raise the festivity quota
El Coto Rosado Rosé (Rioja, Spain) 2011– tangy, red cherry aromas with piquant herbal notes and ripe, juicy flavors on the palate. Cleansing acidity helps balance the fruit and helps the long, clean finis
Natural Sweet Rose (South Africa) The perfect wine for White Zinfandel lovers. This fun offering is super-affordable
Kenwood Yulupa White Zinfandel (Sonoma) Aromas of watermelon and tangerine give way to bright strawberry and rhubarb flavors in this fruity,refreshing wine
Wollersheim Port (WI) 2011 – This is a smooth sipping wine to be enjoyed with loved ones and friends
Croft Distinction Porto (Portugal)
Whiskers Blake Classic Tawny (Australia)
Stanley Lambert Choc a Bloc Port (Australia)
Perfection Frontenac Reserve (Mount Horeb, WI)
B & B- A blend of original Benedictine and cognac. Smells of herbs, honey, quinine, and baking spices. Tastes of tea, sage, fennel, and at mid-palate the cognac enters the equation lending elegance and genuine distillate presence. Finishes like a champion
Boulard Calvados VSOP-. Ablend of ages from 3 to 5 years. They describe it as an almost pure apple aroma and well-balanced on the palate. Rich, fruity notes with light wood and toasted nut aromas Taste: Well balanced harmony between vanilla, wood and ripe apple
Frangelico- The pronounced yet delicate hazelnut flavor emerges with hints of vanilla and cocoa. It is best enjoyed over ice
Grand Marnier-Complex nose of orange flowers combined with scents of candied zests and toffee. Bitter orange flavors are enhanced by the cognac with nuances of orange marmalade and hazelnuts. The finish is long and harmonious
Hennessy Privilege VSOP- Strong bouquet of fruits, some hints of honey and more fruits on the nose. The palate and the finish is dominated by woody hints – that’s the cask
Laphroaig 18-Year Old Scotch- An instant warming tang of smoke fades into smooth floral scents, which blends seamlessly into an oaky nuttiness and leaves a lasting sweetness on the taste. With a touch of water, the peaty warmth fills the mouth but does not overshadow the sweet chocolate smoothness. This is balanced by the rich toffee taste and slowly fades into a delicate hint of heather and peat smoke
Laphroaig 10-Year Old Scotch– A big, full-bodied and mouth coating single malt whisky with a slightly oily mouthfeel. On the palate, it offers predominant smoky flavors, peat smoke and campfire tones intermingled with a bit of creosote. A slight vanilla and caramel note becomes apparent underneath all of the smoke and salt to balance out these huge flavors
The Macallan 12 Year Old Single Malt Scotch- “simply the best 12 Year Old single malt around”, The Macallan has justly reaped such critical acclaim. The secret of The Macallan lies in defiant adherence to traditional methods and ingredients. The continued use of finest Golden Promise barley and the insistence on the finest oak casks are just two of the pre-requisites for perfection
Jameson Special Reserve 12 year old Irish Whiskey Jameson 12 Year Old Special Reserve is a whiskey of great character with complex flavours of toasted wood, spice and sherry that are superbly mellowed. Its exquisite taste celebrates the enduring heritage of great Jameson whiskeys which began in 1780
Blanton’s Single Barrel– The taste profile is sweet with citrus and oak. A creamy vanilla nose features hints of nuts, caramel, orange and light chocolate. Blanton’s Original set the standard for single barrel bourbons.
Maker’s Mark Bourbon- Rich, buttery nose with hints of raisins and honey; flavors include vanilla, honey, oranges, and a well balanced backdrop of leather and spice
1792 Ridgemont Reserve Bourbon- A very nice whiskey with plenty of spice to make it interesting. Very sugary, as the nose suggested, but not too much
Silverado Vineyards Solo (Napa Valley, CA) 2007 – Pure ripe red fruit aromas with layers of earth and spice. Broad palate with plum fruit and hints of dried herb that lead to a finish with perfectly balanced tannins.
Far Niente Cabernet Sauvignon ( Napa Valley, CA) 2008 Intense aromas of ripe blackberry and boysenberry layered with baking spices and licorice. The entry is full and juicy with a velvety middle palate. Dark, mocha flavors emerge on the long finish with chewy, coating tannins
Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA) 2007- It has a dark ruby color with a garnet edge and a complex nose of sandalwood, cedar, cassis, black cherry, dark chocolate and roasted coffee. On the palate, it is extremely rich and mouth-coating and has a long finish of concentrated fruit and spice with a slight tannic grip