Relax after a hard day with a glass of wine. Choose from a variety of German, international and domestic hand chosen wines for a truly memorable experience, while appreciating the historical ambiance that our location offers.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon - Rich dark fruit flavors with notes of cocoa and spice enhance with a hint of oak for complexity.
Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi Chardonnay - Aromas of delicious tart green apples and a gentle floral undertone. Nuances of spices with a light, creamy oak finish.
Schmitt Söhne Liebfraunmilch, Germany - A blend of four different varietals grown in the Rhine region and is the most popular style of wine from Germany. A fresh and fruity white wine which is medium in style.
Schmitt Söhne Riesling Qba Piesporter Michelberg, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with hints of peaches and green apples are balanced perfectly with crisp acidity.
Dr. Pauly Bergweiler Noble House Riesling, Germany - Crispy stone fruits, honeycrisp apple, with background minerality. Nice nose with a hint of sweetness. Good in the mouth with a nice finish.
Hans Pfeiffer Riesling “Spatlese,” Mosel Germany- Spatlese literally means “llate harvest”?. It has an elegant nose with distinguished aromas. Fleshy and intense flavors of apple, pear, and honey suckle. The high level of acidity curbs any overt sweetness.
Heinz Eifel Riesling Kabinett, Germany - Kabinett is a drier style of Riesling. A well balanced and fruity wine with aromas of citrus and fresh peaches with mild acidity.
Pierre Sparr "Alsace One" White, France - A dry white blend of native German grape varietals, Riesling and Gewurztraminer, as well as Pinot Blanc and Muscat. Fragrant flora aromas with white cranberries, pear, and hints of crushed almonds on the palette. The finish is a smooth but still retaining a good "bite" through to the end.
Urban Hof Riesling Qba, Mosel Germany - Superbly balanced wine with a fuller body than most from the Mosel region. Acidity with pear and peach notes with floral and spicy overtones. (87 pts Wine Spectator)
Thomas Schmitt Piesporter Gold Qba, Germany - Beautifully fragrant, medium-bodied wine with a firm palate and aromas of peach and fine apple. It’s restrained sweetness and enlivening acidity creates a harmonious wine.
Chateau Ste. Michelle Pinot Gris, Washington - This Pinot Gris is in the style of wines of the Alsace region in France, which shares it's border and haritate with Germany. Lighter than Italian Pinot Griggio, this richer, rounder Pinot Gris style offers juicy pear, melon, and hints of florals.
Brennan Viognier, Texas - Aromas and flavors of fruit cocktail and lemon spritzed apple with a crisp, dryish medium body and a warming, tangy tangerine and roasted nut finish.
Tiefenbrunner Chardonnay, Italy/Austria border - This wine is pale yellow in colour with green reflexes. It has a pleasant aroma that characterises the variety, with meadow flower reminiscent of exotic fruits. Slightly spicy, well-structured and full in the mouth, it has a lingering finish on the palate.
Pratsch Grüner Vetliner, Austria - This wine is herbal, fresh and spicy with notes of white pepper, apple and citrus on the palate.
Grundlach Bundschu Gewurztraminer - Aromas of allspice, jasmine and citrus burst from the glass. Luscious flavors of pink grapefruit, white nectarine, navel orange, lychee and starfruit are spiced with fresh ginger and coriander.
Hans Wirsching Silvaner, Franken Germany - Coming from grapes out of the Iphöfer Kronsberg vineyard this dry German wine has tons of floral notes on the nose along with mild minerality. To the taste, the minerality is more assertive followed by soft notes of mushrooms and citrus. A very clean and neat dry wine, nothing lingers on the palate too long having a short finish making you want to go for another taste.
Weingut Ökonomierat Rebholz Pinot Blanc, Germany - The aromatics offer a perfume of spicy minerals laced with citrus notes. On the palate one finds juicy flavors of pear, lemon, and green melon. Despite being an entry level example, this selection offers volume, complexity, and crystalline purity. A finely honed Pinot Blanc, with a precise structure that yields a spicy and salty finish.
Staalicher Hofkeller Wurzburg Silvaner, Franken Germany - This wine uses the rare Silvaner grape. It possesses a neutral flavor making it the perfect canvas to showcase the fine terroir of the region. This wine has notes of lemon and floral aromas in the nose. It is earthy and minerally with little fruit on the palate.
Tramin Sauvignon Blanc, Italy - Pale, green-tinged yellow. Perfumed, fresh aromas of bright grapefruit, gooseberry and melon complicated by lemon zest and sage. The palate offers open-knit citrus and nectarine flavors with strong herbal and floral undertones. Finishes smooth and shapely, with sneaky concentration for an entry-level wine.
Stein 1 Sweet Red, Germany - Sweet, full-bodied with luscious flavors of raspberry and plum with silky tannins and crisp acidity.
Valley of the Monkey, Affentaler Pinot Noir Spatburgunder - This Spatburgunder (Pinot Noir) is dark red with ripe aromas of cherries and berries. Powerful yet harmonious body with fruity richness and delicate sweetness.
Salentein Malbec, Argentina - Full of violet and black fruit scents, this wine has ripened to cherry liqueur notes. The flavors follow with an unbridled, juicy decadence.
Heinrich Red, Austria - Brilliant ruby red in colour. The bouquet offers vibrant cherry and red fruit notes with just a hint of spice coming through. The structure of the wine supports the fruit-driven style and soft supple tannins make it approachable and ideal for early drinking.
Red Diamond Merlot, Washington - This is a smooth, dry wine with aromas of sweet cherry and vanilla. A silky palate displays flavors of red berries, juicy plums and a touch of caramel.
14 Hands "Hot to Trot" Red Blend, Columbia Valley Washington - A blend of Merlot, Syrah, and Cabernet Sauvignon, this approachable and easily enjoyable red wine offers generous aromas of berries, cherries and currants. A plush framework of soft tannins support the red and dark fruit flavors that leisurely give way to subtle notes of baking spice and mocha on the finish.
Franz Keller Pinot Noir, Germany - An elegant and complex dry red wine. Wonderful finesse with distinct notes of sour cherry and fascinating length.
Tiefenbrunner Lagrein, Italy/Austria border - Deep garnet red in color, with a delicate bouquet showing the cherry and violet note characteristic of the varietals; subtle wood tones compliment its full and round fruit flavors. Compact tannins and an agreeable acidity carry this traditional South Tyrolean wine through to its long finish.
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