Pasqua Prosecco ● N/V, Vebeto Italy ● $7 glass / $19 bottle
Bright straw color. Green apple, apricot with crisp acids. Dry and light bodied.
Cavu Marquese Galida ● 2007, Catalunya, Spain ● $10 glass / $25 bottle
Tart apples and toast. Creamy in the mouth with good bubbles.
White and Pink
L’Ecole Chardonnay ● 2011, Columbia Valley, WA ● $11 glass / $30 bottle
Tropical Fruits, fresh apple and pear in an elegant structure. Nicely balanced.
Burnt Bridge Cellars Semillon ● 2012, Walla Walla, WA ● $10 glass / $25 bottle
Apricot, stone fruits with citrus overtones. Crisp acids with a balanced finish
Graff Riesling Piesporter Michelsberg ● 2011, Mosel, Germany ● $8 glass / $22 bottle
Tangerine, peach and granny smith apple. Soft mineral notes on a clean refreshing finish
Pardevalles Albarin Blanco ● 2012, Tierra de Leon, Spain ● $10 glass / $25 bottle
100% Albarin picked at night. Herbacious. Very aromatic floral and tropical notes.
Mantlerhof Gruner Veltliner ● 2012 Kremstal, Austria ● $7 glass / $19 bottle
Ripe yellow pear, hazelnut and yeast. A Long finish from concentrated flavors.
Provenza Chiaretto Rosato ● 2012 Lombardy, Italy ● $8 glass / $22 bottle
Strawberry with spring flowers. Very pleasing with a nice body.
Torii Mor Pinot Noir ● 2011, Willamette Valley, OR ● $10 glass / $32 bottle
Rich aromas of cherry, cranberry and wild mushroom. Finishes with light clove spice.
Patit Creek Cabernet Sauvignon ● 2011 Columbia Valley, WA ● $11 glass / $27 bottle
Blackberry, cassis and spicy anise. Medium tannins and well balanced. Easy to drink.
Forgeron Waldeaux Smithie Red Blend ● N/V, Columbia Valley, WA ● $10 glass / $25 bottle
Dark fruit, spicy, and bold with a firm structure. Old world Bordeaux blend.
Marques di Legarda Rioja Gran Reserva ● 2001 Rioja, Spain ● $11 glass / $30 bottle
Bright cherry, vanilla, light spice and tobacco flavors. Nice soft texture from their oldest Bodega in Rioja.
Domaine Courtois La Source ● 2012, Cotes du Rhone, France ● $10 glass / $25 bottle
Rhone blend. 80% Grenache/20% Syrah. Pepper, clove and dusty earth. Complex and satisfying.
Mannucci Droandi Chianti Colli Aretini ● 2011, Tuscany, Italy ● $8 glass / $22 bottle
Mainly Sangivese. Very balanced red and black fruit. A hint of violets on the finish.
Altos Las Hormigas Malbec ● 2012, Mendoza Argentina ● $7 glass / $19 bottle
Classic Argentinian Malbec. Cool, smokey, red and black fruits. Fragrant and silky.
Al Verdi Pinot Grigio ● 2012, Emilia-Romagna, Italy ● $6.50 glass / $14 bottle
Aromas of lemon, green apple. Light, crisp and dry. Very refreshing.
Casteggio Barbera ● 2011, Oltrepo Pavese, Italy ● $ 6.50 glass / $14 bottle
Cherry, blackberry and dark plum. Soft on the palate. Slightly spicy on the finish.
14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon ● 2012, Columbia Valley, WA ● $6.50 glass / $14 bottle
Aromas of blueberries and black currants with subtle hints of dried herbs and spice. Dark stone fruit flavors are complemented by a touch of cocoa and accentuated by fine, velvety tannins.
If you would like to bring your own bottle that we do not offer here, our corkage fee is $10 per bottle.
Coors Light $3.50
Black Butte Porter $4.50
Alaskan Amber $4.50
Full Sail IPA $4.50
Blue Moon Belgian White $4.50
Laurelwood Red Ale (22 oz.) $7.25
Pyramid Apricot Ale (22 oz.) $7.25
Ninkasi Otais Oatmeal Stout $4.50
Ninkasi Total Domination IPA $4.50
Beer of the Month $2.50
O’ Reilly’s Irish Cream $5.99
Sparkling Wine $5.99