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Pinot Noir ‘17, Thomas Fogarty,

Santa Cruz Mountains

Full of energy, the flavors and textures are filled with cherry fruit highlighted by spice, mineral and tea accents.

Half Glass  9   Glass  18    Bottle  68


Glass 6oz / Bottle


Blanc de Blancs ’17, Raventos i Blanc, Conca del Riu Anoia, Penedes, Spain [$16 / $58]

Mouthwatering acidity and flavors of green pear and salted almond.

  • Brut Rose ‘16, Lichen, Anderson Valley [$20 / $72]

Fresh fruit aromatics along with toasty notes. Bright fruit flavors give way to a creamy texture and long finish. 100% estate Pinot Noir

  • Taittinger Brut La Francaise, Reims, France [$24 / $84]

Sparkling wine from Champagne, France. Subtle, pale gold color with fine, persistent bubbles. Delicate aromas of peach, white flowers, vanilla and brioche on the nose, and fresh fruit and honey on the palate. 40% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier

  • Blanc de Blancs ‘17, Schramsberg, North Coast [$22 / $76]

Meyer lemon, golden apple, pear and vanilla. Fruitful notes to the mid-palate, ending with a long, clean, finish. 100% Chardonnay


  • Vin Gris Rosé ‘19, Preston, Dry Creek Valley [$12 / $44]

Cherry, strawberry puree, and orange peel


  • Sauvignon Blanc ‘18, Martin Ray, Russian River Valley [$10 / $36]

Guava, ripe kiwi, pineapple, lime zest and citrus notes

  • Sauvignon Blanc ‘19, S.R. Tonella Cellars, Napa Valley [$16 / $58]

Clean & crisp with silky mouthfeel, faintest touch of lightly toasted oak

  • Sauvignon Blanc ’18, Angeline Vineyards, Sonoma County [$10 / $36]

Lemon, grapefruit, and a touch of green apple

  • Gewürztraminer ‘19, Gewürz, Alexander Valley Vineyards, Mendocino County [$10 / $36]

Pear, apple, grapefruit, melon, pineapple, and lychee

  • Chardonnay ‘18, Ventana, Arroyo Seco [$12 / $44]

Tropical fruit, kiwi, pineapple, honeysuckle, and lemon cake

  • Chardonnay ‘18, Storrs, Christie Vineyard, Santa Cruz Mountains [$14 / $50]

Bright aromas of mountain pear & ripe apples. Flavors of apples & pineapple with a hint of butter and a firm but rich finish. This wine should age gracefully for 3-6 years.

  • Chardonnay ‘18, Angeline Vineyards, California [$10 / $36]

Fresh apple, lemon custard tart, subtle wildflower


  • Pinot Noir ‘16, Storrs, Santa Cruz Mountains [$14 / $50]

Cherries, mint, strawberry, followed by notes of vanilla

  • Pinot Noir ‘17, Carmel Road, Monterey County [$10 / $36]

Black cherry, cola, toasted oak, and hints of vanilla

  • Merlot ‘15, Whitehall Lane, Napa Valley [$16 / $58]

Raspberry, cherry, and currant fruit framed by toasty oak

  • Red Blend ‘17, Eric Kent, Appellation Series, Sonoma County [$12 / $44]

Blend of Syrah and Petite Sirah, Merlot and Viognier creates a supple, spicy red. Black fruit and savory spices abound the fine, dry structure. 74% Syrah, 15% Petite Sirah, 8% Merlot, 3% Viognier.

  • Cabernet Sauvignon ‘18, Juggernaut, Hillside Cab, California [$12 / $44]

Blackberry, black currant, licorice and vanilla notes

  • Cabernet Sauvignon ‘18, Valravn, Sonoma County [$14 / $50]

Blackberry, baked cherry, espresso, and toasted spice

  • Cabernet Sauvignon ‘17, Spellbound, California [$10 / $36]

Blackberry, ripe plum, cassis, with a hint of oak and spice

  • Zinfandel Blend‘ 18, Ridge “Three Valleys”, Sonoma County [$16 / $58]

Cherry, ripe plum, exotic spices, and barrel toast



  • Blanc de Gris ‘15, Estate, Lichen, Anderson Valley [$72]

Very light straw color. Dry yet fruit forward. Crisp, airy and bright with light lemon zest and a hint of creaminess.

  • Moscato d’Asti ‘17, Vendemmia“Bera”, Italy [$44]

Apricot, fig, orange blossom and melon notes


  • Rosé ‘19, Cinnabar, Dry Creek Valley [$36]

Cherry, strawberry puree, and orange peel

  • Rosé of Pinot Noir ‘18, Long Meadow Ranch, Dry Creek Valley [$58]

A classic light pink hue. Aroma is intense and complex with floral, stone fruit and strawberry notes, followed by a gentle spice.


  • Grenache Blanc ‘18, Soulstruck, Santa Barbara County [$36]

Peaches, apricots, honeysuckle, and pineapple

  • Chardonnay ‘17, Stephen Ross, Edna Valley, South Central Coast [$50]

Polished aroma of melon and tropical fruit. Hints of nutmeg & vanilla from the French oak barrels. Impeccable balance

  • Vermentino ‘18, Sassoferrato, Russian River Valley [$44]

Passion fruit, kiwi, lemon verbena and tangy finish

  • Viognier ‘16, Martin Ranch, Arroyo Seco, Monterey [$44]

Peach, melon, and dried nectarine with light caramel tone


  • Pinot Noir ‘18, Ramsay, North Coast [$44]

Blackberry, blueberry, bing cherry, anise, and toast

  • Pinot Noir ‘15, Trombetta, Sonoma Coast [$90]

Black cherry, forest floor, black tea and savory pine

  • Grenache ’17, Hahn, Santa Lucia Highlands [$50]

Cherry, hibiscus, red currant, with notes of vanilla

  • Carignan ‘16, Two Shepherds, Mendocino [$50]

Medium-bodied with cranberry, raspberry, and floral notes

  • Mercury Rising ‘19, Cinnabar, California [$44]

A Bordeaux-style blend primarily of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. Dark color, rich in flavors of black cherry, sage, and mocha. Supple tannins and hint of spice

  • Syrah ‘16, Sinor-La Vallee, San Luis Obispo County [$50]

Lovely expression of cool-climate Syrah with aromas of dark berry, cherry, and rosemary

  • Cabernet Sauvignon ‘17, One Stone Cellars, River Pass Vineyard, Alexander Valley [$44]

Dark fruit with notes of toasty oak and toffee. The palate is full and round, with finely textured tannins that linger on a smooth, dry finish.

  • Zinfandel ’18 Nick Goldschimdt “Fidelity”, Alexander Valley, Railyard Vineyard, Sonoma [$44] County (Blackberry, blueberry, plum, anise, and pepper notes


  • Pinot Noir ’17, Phillippe Pacalet, Gevry Chambertin Cote de Nuits, Cote d’Or, Burgundy, France [$170]   

Blood orange, black cherry, firm, dusty tannins with earthy chalk finish

  • Pinot Noir ‘15, La Voix “Satisfaction”, St. Rita Hills [$125]

Plum, orange rind, cola, and spice with peppery finish

  • Rhone Blend ‘15, Châ des Fines Roches, Chateauneuf du Pape [$110]  

Sweet spicy red fruit, soft texture, medium-bodied

  • Merlot ’13, Lexington, Santa Cruz Mountains [$100]

Black cherry, mocha, and lavender with a hint of spice and licorice

  • Red Blend ‘17, ONX “Mad Crush”, Paso Robles [$90]

35% Grenache, 29% Tempranillo, 24% Mourvèdre, 5% Syrah, 5% Zinfandel and 2% Petite Sirah. Baked cherry, black plum, baking spice and toasted oak

  • Red Blend ‘15, ONX “Level 22”, Paso Robles [$100]

55% Syrah, 28% Mourvèdre, 15% Petit Sirah, 2% Viognier Black plum, caramel, vanilla, with upright tannins and acidity

  • Red Blend’16, ONX “Reckoning”, Paso Robles [$100]

58% Syrah, 18% Malbec, 10% Grenache, 9% Mourvèdre, 4% Petit Sirah, 1% Viognier. Black plum, mesquite, candied violet, and cola spice


  • Riesling ‘19, The Ojai Vineyard, Santa Barbara [$58]

Peach, pear, honey, and buttered toast

  • Reserve Tawny Porto, Croft, Portugal [$58]

Drawn from a reserve of the finest ports aged in seasoned oak casks, this port is fully mature and ready for enjoyment

BEER (12 oz)

  • North Coast Scrimshaw Pilsner 4.4% [$7]
  • Anderson Valley Boont Amber Ale 5.8% [$7]
  • Weekend Vibes IPA 6.8% [$7]
  • Pranqster Belgian Ale 7.6% [$8]


  • $5 — Saratoga Sparkling Water(750 mL)
  • $3 — Q Soda (Grapefruit, Ginger Ale, Cola)
  • $3 — Coffee
  • $3 — Espresso
  • $3 — Tea