This is a sample beer + wine list, wine list changes regularly
Sparkling & Rosé Wine
Prosecco, Tommasi, Veneto, Italy (bubbles) bottle 35
Light straw yellow and bright. Elegant, white and lively foam, with very fine and thin perlage. Clean and spicy it has an elegant, floral nose with hints of acacia and wisteria flowers. Pleasantly intense, dry, easy to drink, with a light almond aftertaste.
LangTwins, Lodi, California (light bubbles) glass 7 bottle 23
Aromas and flavors of fresh white peach, apricot and orange blossom are balanced by a little sparkle giving the wine a light body and refreshing finish. It is a classic light Moscato with natural sweetness and crisp acidity.
Simi, Rosé, Alexander Valley, California (pink) glass 8 bottle 27
87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec, & 3% Pinot Noir
This is the first release of a Dry Rosé to the SIMI portfolio and is a tribute to Simi matriarch Isabelle’s passion for growing roses. The color is vibrant and lit from within: a vivid, rose-petal pink with a coral edge. On the nose, find wild strawberry, tart cherry, pineapple, fresh straw, pastry dough, and white pepper. These enticing aromas set the stage for the palate of alpine strawberry, dried pineapple, lemony crispness, and hints of sweet herb. Forward and focused, with lingering fresh berry fruit, bright acidity, nice structure, and a mineral finish that lifts the palate.
Jean-Luc Colombo, Rosé, Provence, France (pink) glass 8 bottle 27
67% Syrah, 33% Mourvèdre
Soft, delicate salmon pink. Subtle hints of peach, rose petal and soft pepper on the nose. Dry, round and full of finesse. Surprisingly complex, with intriguing notes of raspberries, cherries, black olive and fennel.
Benvolio, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy glass 7 bottle 23
100% Pinot Grigio
This is an excellent expression not only of the variety, but of the Grave del Friuli terroir. Vibrant on the palate, the crisp acidity acts as a counterpoint to the peach, almond, and light floral notes in the wine.
Anderra, Valle Central, Chile glass 11 bottle 36
100% Sauvignon Blanc
Powerful and fresh, the nose opens on delicate notes of white rose blossom, going on to develop pink grapefruit and tropical fruit aromas. The attack is fresh and generous, while the powerful and smooth midpalate reveals flavors of ripe citrus fruit, passion fruit and pomegranate. The long and succulent finish reveals the true expression of a fine Chilean Sauvignon Blanc.
Helfrich, Alsace, France glass 12 bottle 43
This pale yellow colored Gewurztraminer opens with an attractive peach bouquet with hints of lychee and orange. On the palate, this wine is medium bodied, slightly acidic and juicy. The flavor profile is a pleasant lychee with notes of mild minerality and gentle peach. The finish is dry and its flavors linger nicely.
Milbrandt, Columbia Valley, Washington glass 8 bottle 27
Refreshing, off-dry style with aromas and flavors of sweet Elberta peach, ripe Granny Smith apple and zesty Key lime. This wine is bright with a pronounced minerality, reminiscent of wet stone, on the mid-palate and a crisp fruit-driven finish.
Parducci, Mendocino County, California glass 8 bottle 27
61% Sauvignon Blanc, 15.5% Viognier, 12% Muscat Canelli, 10% Pinot Gris, 1.5% Chenin Blanc
Lemon-lime, Asian pear, and a delicate tropical fruit note mark the dramatic aroma and the taste is spot-on with dried herbs, tea and spice. And it's dry. Parducci Wine Cellars is a family-run winery with an 80-year legacy of winemaking, committed to protecting the health of the vineyards for future generations. To produce their legendary wines, their carbon neutral winery runs on 100% green power and uses sustainable wine-growing practices that forge deep roots.
Talbott, "Kali Hart", Monterey, California glass 10 bottle 35
A pure fruit expression of our vineyard, Talbott Chardonnay, Kali Hart is lush and lively. Minimal winemaker influence allows Kali Hart Chardonnay to showcases the strength of Talbott’s estate vineyards. The rich, inviting nose shows bright tropical notes that continue on the palate, where refreshing flavors of pineapple and honeydew are complimented by refreshing acidity. A generous mid-palate leads to a long citrus and tropical fruit finish with hints of French oak and minerality. Kali Hart Chardonnay is named after Robb Talbott’s youngest daughter.
Martin Ray, Russian River Valley, California glass 12 bottle 43
Rich apple butter, vanilla creme and toasted yeast notes on the nose, over touches of floral, citrus, and minerals. Round and creamy on the palate, with lemon curd, pear, honey, clove and toasty oak. Clean finish with good acidity on the end.
Firesteed Cellars, Oregon glass 9 bottle 31
100% Pinot Noir
This wine’s spicy aromas of clove, star anise, cinnamon stick and peppercorn meld with flavors of raspberry, black cherry and cassis and encourage a second sip before flowing into the soft.
Maison Louis Jadot, Beaujolais-Village, France glass 8 bottle 27
Strong red purple color. Fresh red fruits on the nose with a hint of dark cherry. Slightly spicy with a touch of grey pepper, liquorice and a touch of rose flower. The whole wine is very well balanced with a nice acidity and the tannins presence on the finish
La Fiera, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Italy glass 6 bottle 19
Produced in Abruzzo directly east of Rome, Montepulciano d’Abruzzo achieved DOC designation in 1968. In parts of the Abruzzi, most notably in the low hills of the northern province of Teramo, Montepulciano offers full-bodied ageability alongside a supple smoothness that makes this wine irresistible even when young. La Fiera Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a full-bodied red wine with violet highlights, a fruity bouquet and a palate of dark berry fruit and spice.
Marcus James, Mendoza, Argentina glass 6 bottle 19
Medium deep ruby red/garnet; Aromas and flavors of ripe black berry, currant, plum, violet, cherry and herb; Dry, medium-full bodied, with soft tannins; medium long finish, warm spicy notes; easy drinking style.
Benvolio, Super Tuscan, Toscana Rosso, Italy glass 7 bottle 23
50% Sangiovese 50% Merlot
The Benvolio Rosso Toscana IGT is an approachable blend of Sangiovese and Merlot. This amusing Italian red delivers rich aromas of dark plum, licorice and sugar cherry. The bright mouth-feel is packed with red and blue fruit flavors, a plush and layered finish seasoned with light oak spices.
Famille Perrin, Cotes du Rhone, France glass 9 bottle 31
60% Grenache 30% Syrah 5% Mouvedre 3% Carignan 2% Cinsault
Wine has been the focus of the Perrin family for over a century. They have a deep belief that working organically, maintaining traditional manual methods, is the only way to craft wines that truly express the land. A classic Southern Rhone blend driven by red and black fruit-filled Grenache, from Grand Prebois vineyards, very close to the Beaucastel estate, plus spicy, earthy Syrah from the exciting Vinsobres area. The rest is a carefully selected melange of Carignan, Mourvedre and Cinsault.
Salcheto, Chianti, Italy glass 7 bottle 23
85% Sangiovese 8% Canaiolo 7% Mammolo
The most commonly consumed wine in Italy, and interestingly, the most commonly consumed Italian wine in the world, Chianti is emblematic of what Italy means to the world of wine. Fermented primarily from Sangiovese gives this wine fresh cherry, strawberries, red plum and a bit of earthiness characteristics to pleasure the senses.
Paso Creek, Paso Robles, California glass 10 bottle 35
76% Zinfandel 23% Syrah 1% Petite Sirah
Dark Red Garnet color. Concentrated aromas of blueberry pie, licorice, black pepper, with hints of vanilla and dark chocolate. Rich flavors of cherry cola, sarsaparilla, with intense notes of cinnamon followed by a bold intense finish.
Murphy Goode, North Coast, California glass 9 bottle 31
97% Merlot 3% Cabernet Sauvignon
The wonderful weather allowed the grapes to hang on the vine to reach full maturity. This helped to create a wine of richness and depth. This is no wimpy Merlot - we make this wine to please even the finickiest of Cab drinkers. Look for aromas and flavors of black cherry, blueberry, and blackberry all tied together with just a kiss of toasty vanilla.
Troublemaker, Paso Robles, California glass 10 bottle 35
46% Syrah, 14% Grenache, 10% Mourvedre, 25% Zinfandel, 5% Petite Sirah
By using a multi-vintage approach, winemaker Austin Hope allows the wine to show uncanny complexity in its youth, yet rich and fruit-forward characteristics that make it ready upon release. With rich aromatics that display hints of smoke and violets, bright fruit on the palate and a long finish, Troublemaker shows amazing depth and structure.
McCay Cellars & Vineyards, Lodi, California glass 9 bottle 31
100% Petite Sirah
A Petite Sirah with a very interesting nose; notes of blackberries and hints of iron and tobacco. Dense fruit notes on the palate with currants and blackberries dominating from start to finish. There is a dusty minerality and bright edge to this wine resting on silky tannins. A hit of tobacco comes through on the mid-palate and rides the currant and blackberry notes into a long finish.
La Terre, California glass 6 bottle 19
76% Cabernet Sauvignon 24% Other
The Cabernet Sauvignon is deep red in color. The nose has black fruit characters full of blackberry and plum with hints of oak, spices and vanilla. Medium-bodied with berry, olive and vanilla flavors. Well balanced and softly tannic
Mercer Canyons, Columbia Valley, California glass 10 bottle 35
76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 18% Merlot, 6% Syrah
Aromas of red cherries and cassis. The voluminous fruit carries through in the mouth. Individual vineyard lots were fermented separately and barrel aged in a combination of French and American oak for up to 12 months. Barrel aging the wine brings hints of warm baking spices and adds depth and complexity. Powdery tannins give structure to the wine, while maintaining an elegant, balanced mouthfeel.
Smith & Hook, Central Coast, California glass 12 bottle 43
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Fragrant aromas of plum and black cherry find perfect balance with hints of vanilla, cola, cloves and cocoa dust. Right on the heels of all that aromatic intensity are interwoven layers of blackberry, boysenberry, black currant, dark plums and mocha. This wine is full bodied with supple tannins and a long, generous finish.
Decoy, Sonoma County, California glass 15 bottle 55
82% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Merlot 6% Cabernet Franc 2% Petit Verdot
For years now Duckhorn Vineyards has produced a Napa Valley Bordeaux Blend under the Decoy label, and Duckhorn fans have enjoyed its distinctive forward style and its first rate quality at a great price. Well the people at Duckhorn knew a good thing when they saw it, and they expanded the Decoy line into varietal wines like this lush Cabernet Sauvignon. Accessing prime grapes from vineyards in Sonoma County, they've created this value Cab that's pure Duckhorn and drinking beautifully right now. The 2012 vintage offered beautifully ripe, top quality fruit. It's a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 6% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot, aged in 35% new French oak for 12 months. Beverage Dynamics scored it 93 points saying "A blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Merlot, 6% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot; alluring black cherry and raspberry jam aromas, as well as more subtle notes of nutmeg, spice and chocolate; on the palate, lovely layers of raspberry and plum are supported by excellent structure and seamlessly integrated oak." Duckhorn does it again!
Elevation Beer Company, Colorado 4.5
Kolsch, 4.5% alcohol
From Elevation- Head Brewer Christian Koch fell in love with this style after visiting the beer halls of Cologne and brewed our 8 Second Kölsch to be a true representation of this easy drinking, crisp Ale. We first brewed this beer as a specialty beer for our local county rodeo, and it quickly became a local hit. This is a beer that will find a place in craft beer destinations and cowboy bars alike, and is perfect for those looking for an easy drinking everyday craft beer.
Telluride Brewing Company, Colorado 4.5
India Pale Ale, 6.4% alcohol
Named after the coolest backcountry run in North America, this American style IPA is bold yet balanced. Like the run, you will be "tempted" to explore the deep flavors created by using a copious amount of bold hops
Deschutes Brewery, Oregon 4.5
Fresh Squeezed Indian Pale Ale, 6.4% alcohol
Pours a clear amber with a medium sized white head leaving some lace. Aroma is floral, tropical fruit, citrus, and some moderately sweet pale malts. Flavor is citrus, floral, tropical fruit, earthy, medium easy drinking bitterness, mild sweet maltiness rounded off by slight lingering of the hops and a moderately dry finish.
Crazy Mountain, Colorado 4.5
Lava Lake Wit, 5.2% alcohol
Lava Lake is a hidden little gem off of Highway 131 on the drive to Steamboat Springs from Vail. This idyllic swimming hole is the first place Doobie, the chocolate brewery labrador, learned how to swim. This Ale is our take on a classic Belgian Wit Beer. To make this beer unique, we add un-malted wheat, rolled oats, two varieties of classic European hops, chamomile, curacao orange peel, coriander, grains of paradise, and a rare yeast strain from the Old Country. This is a beer that can be enjoyed year-round, whether on the slopes on a beautiful bluebird day, or lazily fly fishing in Lava Lake.
Epic Brewing, Brainless Raspberries, Colorado 4.5
Belgian-Style Ale, 5.2% alcohol
Brewed exclusively with natural raspberry puree, which gives this beer its unique pink color, as well as hints of raspberry bubblegum, sweet fruit jam, and a pleasant dryness that makes this beer perfect for easy going affairs.
Ballast Point Brewing Company, California 4.5
American Amber / Red Ale, 5.5% alcohol
A rich, copper ale with a case full of gold medals. Calico Amber Ale takes its inspiration from traditional English ESBs. Four types of malts give it a bold complexity, and our proprietary yeast strain lends it a fruity, madeira-like richness. However, it’s the American hops that give this ale a distinct bite and floral aroma that have earned it just about every major beer medal.
Twisted Pine Brewing Company, Colorado 7
Saison / Farmhouse Ale, 5.3% alcohol
Saisons are sturdy farmhouse ale that was traditionally brewed in the winter, to be consumed throughout the summer months. Not so long ago it was close to being an endangered style, but over recent years there's been a massive revival; especially in the US. This is a very complex style; many are very fruity in the aroma and flavor. Look for earthy yeast tones, mild to moderate tartness. Lots of spice and with a medium bitterness. They tend to be semi-dry with many only having touch of sweetness.