Assorted Wines

Whites

Pinot Grigio

A light and dry white wine that is best served with lighter menu items like filet of sole or chicken breasts.


Riesling

A light bodied fruity wine with some sweetness. It is perfect with picnic fare such as salads, fruit & cheese.


Sauvignon Blanc

A crisp & refreshing wine that goes very well with shellfish like oysters or clams.


Viognier

A full-bodied, rich flavorful wine that goes wonderfully with rich dishes such as duck or lobster.

Reds


Bordeaux

A classic blend of the Five Bordeaux grapes. It is heady and powerful and goes great with rack of lamb or prime rib.


Cabernet Sauvignon

One of the biggest and boldest reds; dry with wonderful dark fruit flavors. Try it with beef or leg of lamb.


Chianti

A lighter style red and a great food wine. It goes especially well with tomato-based sauces.


Merlot

Generally it is medium to full-bodied with dark berry fruit flavors. It is always good with veal chops and pork chops.


Malbec

A lush and full flavor of ripe, juicy berries and fruits, often with herbal, licorice/anise, or purple floral notes.


Pinot Noir

A light-bodied red with nice round fruit flavors. It can be a wonderful match to steak-style fish like swordfish or tuna.


Shiraz

Generally a richer red with fruit flavors of blackberry and blueberry. It is perfect with game birds or pork roast


Zinfandel

A well-rounded red with hints of black pepper that goes very well with red meat such as sirloin or rib eye steaks.