Not fat, but curvy
Vini Vidi Vici Sav Blanc $10.00
A quintessential summertime sav blanc. Bright citrus and nectarine aromas with a touch of minerality. Light flavors with a lovely balance of crispness and ripe fruit. Nice flavor and balance for a wide range of poultry and fish dishes and a killer value. With as easy drinking as it is, it needs to be - better get 2!
Chateau Haut Rian $11.00
Classic White Bordeaux with lovely, bright, tangerine grapefruit notes. Pretty Sav Blanc acidity with Semillon body. Gorgeous with seafood, especially cooked in butter sauce. How are this affordable when their red brethren are so pricey?
Overstone Sav Blanc $12.00
Casamaro Verdejo $13.00
Tangy and bright with a nose of apricot, fresh cut grass and citrus. The palate shows vibrant soft lemon, orange and herbs. If you like N.Z. Sav Blanc, try this fun little wine with big flavors. Made for seafood and a great bargain as well.
Gen 5 Chardonnay $13.00
Bright golden yellow in color, the Gen 5 Chardonnay leads with classic varietal fruit aromas of apple, pear, ginger and lemon blossom, followed by subtle vanilla notes. In the glass, a bright acidity is broadened by lemon custard and honey flavors. Nicely oaked but not enough to overwhelm the delicate fruit.
Le Grand Noir Chardonnay $13.00
A lovely blend from the south west of France. The Viognier brings a bright flower and apricot to the nose, a bit of French and American oak to bring some depth. Very well balanced, crisp and just a very good white at a great price. No its not Burgundy, no its not California, its a lovely blend of both styles.
Colome Torrontes $13.00
A remarkable grape, unique to Argentina resulting from a cross of Muscat and the Mission grape. Glorious, rich aromatic nose leads into a solid bodied wine with perfect crisp brightness. Sometimes flabby, this one from mile-high vineyards shows great balance and character. Try with spicy Mexican fare or oily fish for a unique and wonderful pairing.
This wine isn't just fun to say, it's incredibly delicious too! Full bodied, with flavors of grapefruit, melon, and citrus. This wine has mouth watering acidity, and a minerality that is reminiscent of the Mediterranean that the vines grew along. This is sure to become your new favorite white!
Vignarco Orvieto Classico $14.00
The limestone soils of Umbria have produced famous wine since the days of the Etruscans. An organic beauty with fresh, outdoorsy aromas of delicate wildflowers. A brightly acidic white marked by key lime, melon and citrus zest notes that remain lively through the light, spring herb-accented finish.
From vineyards dating back to Roman times, comes this rich and full bodied blend from the lower Rhone Valley. Lovely floral and citrus nose, bold flavors of stone fruit, peach, pear and lime zest. These overlooked wines can stand up to about anything.
Le Salse Matelica Verdicchio $15.00
This Verdicchio, or green hue, wine from the Marche is made of grapes grown on vineyards with exposed Jurassic period sea beds, near salt water springs called "le salse". The raised and unique North-South mountain valley blocks off tempering coastal winds to cause extreme diurnal temperature differences resulting in this racy, mineral driven wine. Notes of tangerine and green apple and nuttiness. Great with cheeses and low fat proteins (fancy for chicken).
Friulano Tomasella Grave $15.00
Clean, fresh, enticing aromas and flavors of pear, stonefruit and almonds. with a light petrol nuance. Brisk and fresh but with some nice body. Nicely intense and complex with a lovely long finish. Great with rich foods.
La Val Albarino $15.00
From the cool Basque region of Spain comes this food friendly white. Aromas of fresh herbs and a hint of pine are hiding beneath zesty tangerine and pear notes. On the palate it show minerality and is fresh and rich, with lots of citrus and a long finish.
From the Italian Alps comes this very affordable but well crafted and lovely Pinot Grigio. Full and crisp acidity without the grassy and lemon character of many from lower elevations. No oak, just delicious minerality with a hint of peach and lime. Bright lingering finish.
Butternut Chardonnay $16.00
Aromas of peach, hazelnut and spiced candied apple. Round, creamy notes of fig, butterscotch and sweet oak.
Three Brooms $16.00
This single vineyard, certified sustainable sav blanc shows lovely white flower, chili pepper, and gooseberry on the nose with some sandy mineralogy. Very nice weight and balance showing passion fruit, ripe apple flavors. Such a pleasant surprise is the roundness, the acid is lively and energetic but not abrasive.
Miquel Pons 77 Xarelho $16.00
Paying homage to Miquel Pons who has 77 harvests under his belt is this delicious Xarel·lo. Handpicked and aged in French barrels with generous lees treatment, this is Xarel-lo like none we ever had. Gorgeous earthy acidty wrapped in creamy texture and ample oak. If you are a Cali chard drinker, prepare to have your heart broken by this Spanish seductress!
Heritance Sauvignon Blanc $17.00
A nice counter to the N.Z. style, this SB shows copious aromas of meyer lemon, apricot, melon and passion fruit. The palate is broad, round and well balanced. The creaminess and tropical flavors make it unmistakably California.
Castelfeder Doss Chardonnay $17.50
Chardonnay from the Italian high country. Bright, crisp fruit nestled in intense minerality. 5 months on the lees gives it just a bit of creaminess and body.Who needs oak when you have flavor like this! One of our new favorites, rivaling any European Chard even Burgundies.
Emile Beyer Gewurztraminer $18.00
This is one wine that our sommeliers searched forever for just the right one, we found this little beauty from Alsace, France. Lovely tastes of apricot, honey, melon and a touch of sweetness. The grape may be tough to say but the wine is so easy to drink.
This wonderful Western Australia Chardonnay offers a youthfully nose of fresh peaches and cream, cedar, lightly toasted bread and apple tart. The palate is packed with nervy flavor intensity and has crisp acidity with a silky texture, finishing long with lingering honeyed toast notes.
Savary Chablis 2014 $23.00
Chardonnay in possibly its purest form. A touch of neutral oak and bracing acidity shows the ideal balance that great Chablis can offer between the butteriness of Chardonnay and pure intense stony acid. Thanks to a great year its drinking beautifully now.
San Brizio $23.00
This is a 100% Garganega from the vineyard behind Villa Buri. Maturation in 500 lt oak barrels fills out the typical scents of Garganega with delicate tertiary hints of vanilla, acacia honey and a complex ripe fruitiness that make it concentrated, mouth-filling and faintly balsamic. This great Soave from the Alpone Valley is rich and well-structured, with a deep straw yellow hue and golden highlights.
Bramito Chardonnay $24.00
From the famous Antinori family comes this Italian beauty showing fresh, complex flavors and aromas of pineapple, citrus fruits and butterscotch. Full bodied and crisp with just the right amount of oak, this Chardonnay is sure to be a hit at your next dinner party! !
Domaine Eden Chardonnay $29.00
After years of too much oak and overripe fruit, its wonderful to see balance returning to CA chards. While there certainly is tropical pineapple, apricot and lots of buttery oak, the body is full and round with just enough acid to hold it together. Has a lovely long finish. This reputable vineyard claims this is the best they have ever made, I think I agree!
Paolo dAmico Falesia $29.00
Wow, soft French oak, round and rich flavors with a lovely floral and mineral character on the nose. From the wild and rugged Umbria region and its rare volcanic soils comes a gorgeous organic wine. Just trust me here, its that good.