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Fri, July 21st: John Parker - Parker Wines

Join us from 6:00 - 9:00 pm to meet the owner and winemaker, John Parker, and taste his current releases.  

 

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Friday Theme Nights


Sign up for our weeky email blast here and dont miss our weekly specials, events. and information about our our Friday theme nights. It may be a visiting winemaker, a fun wine tasting (Girl Scout cookie pairing anyone?) or maybe a blind tasting. Whatever the event, there will be wine involved! 



Happy Hour!


Rough day? Boss yell at you? Was the foam on your double macchiato this morning not up to snuff? We've got the antidiote! Monday-Thursday from 4-6pm we do $10 tastings. 





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Wine Tasting List


Richmond Plains Pinot Gris

2014 Nelson, New Zealand

The healthy soils combine with Nelson’s cool maritime climate and high sunshine hours to produce this rich mouth filling wine showing intense characteristics of pear and baked apple overlaid with hints of spice. $18.99

 

Mas Conscience Cuvee Tranquille

2015 Languedoc, France (60% Grenache, 38% Cinsault, 2% Syrah)

This wine immediately fits in the spirit of the Languedoc's famed Terrasses du Larzac where the summer wind blows off the mountains and the evenings are cool and sweet. Tranquille is a seductive dry rose. It is a perfect combination of fruity, crisp and dry on the palate. $19.99

 

Black Ridge Vineyards Pinot Noir

NV Lodi, CA

The wines of Black Ridge Vineyards are styled to be ideal, food friendly companions for a wide range of appetizers and entrees. The raspberry and red cherry flavors are accented by a light touch of oak and a very smooth finish. $13.99

 

Michel Chapoutier Bila-Haut

2015 Rousillon, France (50% Grenache, 40% Syrah, 10% Carignan)

Aged in concrete tanks and stainless steel, it offers a rich, concentrated and serious feel to go with fabulously pure notes of blackberries, black raspberries, crushed rock and melted licorice. Thick, unctuous and luxuriously textured, this will certainly be the greatest vintage of this cuvee to date. $13.99

 

Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon

2014 Margarita Vineyard, Paso Robles, CA

A go-to brand for everyday sipping, this offers easily enjoyable aromas of dense blueberry, menthol, cedar and leather. The fruit-forward palate shows red cherry, bramble and red plum, with just enough tannin and acidity to stand up to dinner. $18.99

 

Premium Tasting List

Domaine Louis Jadot Monthelie Champs Fulliot

2012 Cotes du Beaune, Burgundy, France (100% Pinot Noir)

The powerful, virile side of the village comes through in the 2012 Monthelie Champs Fulliot. Here the aromas and flavors are quite dark and intense throughout, largely the result of a freakish vintage that produced a total of three barrels of wine as opposed to the customary ten. Cinnamon, black cherries and violets inform the intense yet well-balanced finish. There is plenty of potential here, as the 2012 clearly has the stuffing to drink well for many years…. Mmmmm premier cru! $53.99

 

Jonata “Todos” Red Wine

2013 Ballard Canyon, Santa Ynez Valley, CA 

This wine is 74% Syrah, 16% Cabernet Sauvignon, 2% Viognier, 2% Merlot, 1% Sangiovese, 1% Cab Franc, 1% Petit Verdot, 1% Grenache, 1% Semillon, 1% Sauvignon Blanc….. In case you were wondering, “Todos” is Spanish for “Everyone”….totally makes sense, the gang’s all here. More open and red in its profile than the dark and brooding Sangre. Constantly changing nose of strawberries, raspberry, pastis, sage, tobacco and grilled meat. Massive scoop of sweet red fruit/sweet cream on palate that quickly moves to savory cured meat notes. Remains fresh and charming and moves seamlessly to the chalky and coating tannins that emerge on the mineral-driven finish. Notes of Mexican chocolate. Tremendous life ahead. $49.99

 

Acumen Mountainside Cabernet Sauvignon

2013 Atlas Peak, Napa Valley, CA

This full-bodied wine opens with aromas of violets, lavender, fresh rosemary, and espresso. On the palate we find flavors of black cherries, red plums, mountain blueberries, mission figs, and chocolate covered orange peel with sweet clay, freshly turned earth, and pencil shavings giving way to ripe, mouth-coating tannins on the long and powerful finish. An elegant and well-balanced combination of fruit, tannic structure, and acidity, this is our finest Mountainside Cabernet Sauvignon to date. 93 Points Wine Enthusiast. $61.99


BEER

“Magnificent Voices” Collective Gose

Three Weav3rs Brewing Company, Inglewood, CA

Some of the strongest women in SoCal beer gathered in Inglewood for International Women’s Day – the result of the meeting being the gose in this bottle. Meyer lemon, kombu, lemongrass and Himalayan pink salt create a beer that is lively, bright, complex and flawlessly salty – much like the collective who brewed it. Perfect for a hot, sunny day! $8.99

 

KSA (Kolsch Style Ale)

Fort Point Beer Co, San Francisco, CA

KSA combines a thoughtful mixture of American bittering hops and traditional German malts to create a complex yet crisp take on the Kölsch style. Munich and Vienna malts construct the beer’s robust, rich grain flavor, while Saphir and Warrior hops bring balance through a clean finish. KSA’s old-school style, blended with bright, updated ingredients, makes this beer a classic on both continents. $2.49

 

Adam Corrolla’s “Endless Rant” IPA

King Harbor Brewing Company, Redondo Beach, CA

I set out to create a great brew to fuel barstool arguments and tailgate pontification all while still embracing the classing citrus notes of a West Coast IPA. This is a beer that makes a statement! $9.99

 

 

Manzanita Altbier

Fort Point Beer Co, San Francisco, CA

Manzanita is a deep ruby colored ale with strikingly complex campfire smoke and firewood aromas. Beechwood smoked malt contributes an upfront roastiness while charred manzanita branches add hints of perfume and a slightly tannic woody finish. $9.99