Glenbrook Zinfandel Rose $8.00
A softer and sweeter rose made in the original American style. Smooth candied cherry flavors with some golden plum tones. No harsh edges just beautiful Zinfandel character. If you can't see why everyone gushes about those dry European roses then this is for you!
A delicious patio pounder coming out of Sonoma, California. Bright notes strawberry and watermelon with subtle hints of floral and minerality. Sweet without being overbearing balanced by beautiful acidity. Pair with a spicy Asian dish and call it a night!
Graham Cracker Porter $10.00
Like a campfire in a can, this robust beauty has seductive notes of vanilla, smoked cedar, and mulling spices. A dark pour with mild lacing, she is a rollercoaster of lush chocolate diving into a semi dry finish of roasted malt and biscuit.
Pretzel Assasin $10.00
This classic Vienna Lager is crisp and easy drinking. Munich and caramel malts are used to create a malty flavor with a touch of breadiness and light sweetness. German noble hops round out the flavor profile of this clean, authentic amber lager. No pretzels were harmed in the making of this beer, but we can't vouch for pretzel safety while you imbibe!
Prost Pils $10.00
Prost Pils is pale gold in color and capped with a thick, brilliantly white, dense collar of foam. With the first sip spicy hop flavors come to the forefront. As the hop begins to fade, the wonderfully soft imported pilsner malt is revealed.
Prost Weissbier $10.00
Weiss Bier (Vice Beer) is a traditional German wheat bier. With flavors of banana and clove this Bavarian specialty is well know within our market. With its slightly citrusy and sweet flavor it is perfect for the summer or any time you just want an easy
Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout $10.00
Monte Volpe Primo Rosso $11.00
Shhh! Two years on oak, varietals that suit the CA climate and a talented and down to earth winemaker result in a wonderful everyday red from Mendocino. This is one I always have around as its food friendly and nicely balanced. A $20-$30 wine hiding in a $11 bottle.
Denver Beer Princess Yum Yum $11.00
Princess Yum Yum is a sparkly beauty. Brewed as a German style Kölsch and fermented with real raspberries, she has the color and clarity of a ruby. At 4.8% ABV she is enticing and inviting, yet the tart, dry finish makes her just as complex as any royal. There are plenty of reasons you’ll want your own Princess Yum Yum.
Ryan Patrick Riesling $12.00
Founded in 1996 this small, family owned and operated winery in located in the heart of the Wahluke Slope AVA in the Columbia Valley. This off dry riesling is fruit driven with white peach, ripe pear and orange blossom with hints of apple and mineral undertones. Clean, refreshing finish at a hard to beat price point.
Old Soul Zinfandel $12.00
This is Zinfandel out of Lodi, California, made from 50-100 year old vines. The secret is adding a bit of Petite Sirah for structure. Huge, ripe boysenberry, blackberry, mocha and cinnamon make this is a great wine and will make you forget all about 7deadly and cardinal Zins!!!
Old Soul Petite Sirah $12.50
From the biggest producers of Zinfandel in the world comes this warm and rich Petite Sirah. Big blackberry fruit, caramel and spice flavors. Plenty of warm alcohol paired with some nice structure from Durif's naturally thick skins plus some time in oak make this a big taste at great price.
Gen 5 Merlot $13.00
A secret little charmer. Good value, good wine that shows rich red and black fruit aromas with solid body. A hint of dusty oak around big plum and blackberry flavors. A big time over-deliverer (I hope that's a word!!).
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.
Broadside Cab $14.00
A nose of bright cherry, cassis and espresso followed by lush black berry and spice on the palate. Plenty of oak and plenty of everything good that comes in CA cab!
This isn't your typical jammy California Zin. More rustic and complex than its counterparts, it shows herbal mint on the nose, dark black cherry and subtle dark chocolate on the palate, without an overuse of oak to allow the wine to shine. Big chewy tannins balanced by acidity. Pair with BBQ and good company.
First lets say that this is Not ChocoVine. This wine is actually made with eighty five percent Merlot and than has natural chocolate cream added to the mix. This is the wine for anyone looking for sweet red or the chocolate lover at home. Great gift for the holidays.
St Gregory Pinot Meunier $15.00
One of the three main Champagne grapes but rarely seen done as a still wine. Brings some tart and somewhat earthy cherry to the Pinot family. This one has notes of plum and tobacco on the nose with nice light sour cherry and raspberry on the palate. A fun rare grape and style!
west and wilder sparkling $15.00
The bad thing about sparkling wine is once you open it, you have to drink it fast! Now you can take your time. 3 cans equals 1 bottle of a fresh, floral sparkling with notes of stonefruit and herbs. A surprising wine out of California.
Foris Pinot Gris $15.00
Pinot Gris from Oregon, light and semi sweet, with flavors of pears, green apples and melon, Adam had to search long and hard for this little gem from the Rogue Valley. Yes, the alcohol is a little high but what tremendous flavor. Enjoy!
The nose offers stone and light petroleum. Palate brings some pear, pineapple, lime and soft peach. Nice solid body, lingering apple on the finish. Very good bang for the buck. Family owned organic and biodynamic in the Willamette Valley.
Daisy Pinot Grigio $15.00
Almost Alsatian in style, Daisy is playful and dead serious. Soft citrus, and floral aromas with laser sharp acidity bringing stone fruits, lemon curd, river rock and a clean but lingering finish nuance. Body from the barrel fermentation with indigenous yeasts, further complexity from 5 months in almost neutral French oak.
Cool climate Willamette fruit blended with warm dry Umpqua fruit gives this Pinot the best of both worlds at a good price! Full ripe juicy flavor but with nice subtlety and nuance. Extremely easy drinking and the perfect partner to grilled salmon or pork loin. Herbs de Provence really bring out the character of this wine.
Plum Creek Palisade Red $15.00
A surprisingly awesome display of how a Colorado wine can be done. This Palisade blend is balanced in all the right places. Fruit, earth, tannin and acid come together in a lovely glass of juice. Goes to show not all Colorado wine is sweet, sweet, sweet!
Butternut Chardonnay $16.00
Aromas of peach, hazelnut and spiced candied apple. Round, creamy notes of fig, butterscotch and sweet oak.
Two Rivers Syrah $16.00
One of the original Colorado wineries, this sturdy red shows complex aromas of coffee, cedar, and baking spices from ample oaking. A rare local wine that is worth the money!
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.
Carol Shelton Wild Thing Zin $18.00
A staff favorite from her visit to Bitto, this organic and wild fermented zin has everything the "famous" ones have at a great price. Aromas of black cherry, ripe plum and raspberry fruit combine with a hint of graphite, cigar box, and vanilla-oak baking spice loveliness.
Barrique Pinot Noir $19.00
A beautifully ripe and balanced Pinot Noir from the Sonoma Coast. Bright red fruit with just a hint of blue fruit wrapped by rhubarb, cedar, earth and pepper. It is a beautiful representation of the cool-climate Sonoma Coast and is made to drink now.
A classic gin cocktail, basically a gin sour with mint. A great entry-level gin cocktail for those newer or intimidated with the gin spirit. It is very clean and fresh and the mint and lime really help balance out the gin without taking the gin away. Non-gin lovers need to try it and see how nice a gin cocktail can taste.
Crafthouse Gold Rush $21.00
A take on the classic whiskey sour crafted in Illinois by Charles Joly, a world renowned mixologist. Made with honey, lemon juice, and bitters it’s the best tasting premade cocktail we’ve had! Bourbon lovers rejoice!
Browne Tribute $21.00
A Cab Sauv dominant blend with Cab Franc, Merlot, Petite Verdot, Malbec and Syrah all playing supporting roles. Dark, brambly fruits, herbaceous bell pepper and jalapeno notes on the nose. Big body and grippy tannin well balanced by its acidity. A great example of Columbia Valley.
Broc Sparkling Chenin $22.00
From one of the most exciting new winemakers in California, Chris Brockway, we get this striking effort at sparkling Chenin Blanc using the traditional Petillant Naturale method. 60-year-old Chenin Blanc vines produce a high-acid, focused-minerality wine that gives off gentle fruit notes. Pair with simple seafood dishes, roast chicken or pork cutlets.
Novelty Hill Chardonnay $23.00
As you leave the warm lower elevations of the Columbia Valley and head north towards Canada you'll find Stillwater Creek with its fractured basalt soils. Just a lovely round and rich Chard showing fresh pear and honey crisp apple aromas wrapped in a little oak and spice. The time on lees and barrel fermentation lends a richness that harmonizes with the bright acidity.
Schug Cabernet Sauvignon $24.00
Supple and generous, this is a solidly built Cabernet Sauvignon blended in the classic Bordeaux style from the pioneering wine maker of Joseph Phelps Vineyards. A ripe mouth feel of currant and cherry flavors followed by a smooth, elegant finish.
From the cool Central Coast bringing ripe red raspberry and strawberry, tart cherry pie, white pepper, and clove with a lovely, earthy complexity. Great now but even a couple years should show increasing depth. A prime example of Santa Maria's potential and one of our favorite CA Pinots.
Finally California Chard with sensible oak and balanced acidity! Lots going on here with apple blossom, apple pie, lime zest, and a little sea breeze on the nose.The butter is there but soft and browned with just a little tropical guava lingering. The acid is the perfect foundation for the flavors leaving you smacking your lips for the next sip.
Moss Roxx Zinfandel $24.00
Made from all 100 year old vines this is crossing over Old Vine into Ancient Vine Zinfandel. All jammy and juicy with loads of black fruits and berries. Shining mocha and vanilla on the finish this will show nicely with any Zin out there, even Orin Swift the Prisoner. Try and see.
Spring44 Vodka 1 L $26.00
According to Spirits Journal, this is the second best vodka in the world and it's made with Front Range artesian spring water in Loveland! Initially slightly sweet, the aroma settles beautifully into hints of slate and rainwater. Shows a lovely creaminess with a velvety texture and depth. Finish is long with a rye spiciness.
Salexis Merlot 2001 $27.00
A rare release of a Napa Merlot from a year of nearly perfect weather that provided fruit with ripe character, richness and depth seldom seen from a small plot in the Snowden Vineyards above Rutherford. Showing age in the color, the aromas and flavors of blackberries, cherries, chocolate, coffee, and toasty oak are still abundant. Be VERY careful with the cork, or just invite one of us over to open it for you.
Broc Carignan $28.00
From 130+ yr old vines, and on original rootstock comes this remarkable Carignan. All native yeasts, no SO2 used during production means pure bright flavors of tart cherry, blueberry and unmistakeable juicy tang from carbonic maceration. Why spend $34 on wine.com?
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!
The Volunteer is a medium density Cabernet, with hints of cherry, cranberry, toasted vanilla and subtle tannins. Juicy with a little smoke and oak. Named for the wine maker who is a volunteer Fire Fighter in Napa Valley.
Light ruby color. The Mt Jefferson Cuvee displays crushed raspberry, strawberry and red currant aromas. There are higher tones of tomato leaf and cola berry along with some brambly notes. It follows through on the palate with a core of ripe red fruits and notes of spicy complexity (cinnamon, allspice). Lower octave flavors of truffle and forest floor are forming as the wine rounds out in the finish.
Longtucky Alpine Gin $34.00
From Longmont comes this Colorado Gin crafted with local Juniper, spruce tip, mountain sage and a bit of lavender. Done in a clean and classic style, this is one you'll be proud to serve to your Beefeater snobs!
Whitcraft Winery $35.00
Alongside the vineyards of Master Somm Raj Parr in Santa Barbara lies this producer. Whitcrafts pinot noir shows delicate rose petals, bright cherry, raspberry and cranberry and beautiful acidity. Vinified in stainless and spends time in neutral oak. A gorgeous California Pinot.
Ryan Patrick Cab $36.00
This fruit comes from the well known Rattlesnake Hills of Washington. Aged 20 months in French Oak this is a serious Cab! Black currant, dried sage and herbs with hints of anise. Chewy tannins and a long finish. This reserve is a small production with only 300 cases being released. A fantastic example of Washington juice!
Bear Creek cask rum $37.00
This rum begins with fermented evaporated cane juice, then aged in American oak barrels. At 120 proof you'd expect to be breathing fire after a drink. But this rum is amazingly smooth for such a high ABV. Beautiful character from barrel aging makes this a winner!
Vidon Brigita $49.00
Using clone 777 exclusively this Willamette award winner shows rich, ripe fruit of blackberry with jammy plum and a hint of herbal character. Also shows some dark cherry, cocoa and leather. Best of their clonal selections with great complexity and a lengthy finish.
Bear Creek straight bourbon $50.00
Mashed, fermented, distilled and aged all in house. Matured in American white oak barrels for a minimum of 2 years. A beautiful deep color, spice and oak on the nose, smooth mouth feel with cereal grain, spice and clove on the palate.
This four grain whiskey uses a blend of rye, wheat and barley sourced from the Colorado Malting Company, and corn from Briess Malting in Wisconsin - encompassing the "mother grains" of bourbon. The whiskey ages about 3 years, all year round to capture the seasonal nuances from the ever-changing Colorado mountain air, in new, 53 gallon charred oak barrels source from Independent Stave Company.
AD Laws Secale Rye Whiskey $68.00
One of Laws most popular whiskeys, Secale Rye is distinctive and unapologetic. Made with 100% Colorado grains (95% rye and 5% barley), and bottled at 100 proof, this true Colorado whiskey packs a punch. Rich flavors and layered complexity refine its characteristic regional terroir. 95% Colorado-grown rye, 5% Colorado-grown barley Classic open air, sour mash fermentation Distilled twice through our Vendome 4-plate pot/column still Aged no less than 3 years in full-sized 53 gallon new American white oak barrels Bottled at 100 proof
Truly a unique and stunning Merlot. Big vibrant nose of yeasty blackberry cobbler, sweet spice, plum and mocha. Crushed stone minerality with sassy acidity jump at you first followed by bright blackberry, baking spices, sweet leather and plenty of warm oak.