Bubbles & Rosé
Bocelli, Prosecco, Veneto, Italy (187ml = 1 big glass) bottle 9
This vino frizzante boasts fresh aromas of Golden Delicious apple, pear, and acacia blossom. Its persistent effervescence is followed by a crisp, clean finish. While delicate and fruity on the palate
Mont Marcal, Cava Brut Reserva, Spain bottle 35
?% Xarel-lo ?% Macabeo ?%Chardonnay (only the winemaker knows the blend)
Bright and energetic on the nose, displaying ripe pear and melon scents and a zesty lemon pith topnote. Fleshy, dry and focused on the palate, offering Meyer lemon, honeydew and yellow apple flavors that are given an edge of spiciness by a subtle ginger note. Closes with bright, minerally cut, repeating florality and very good persistence
Jeio, Brut Rosé, Italy bottle 35
50% Merlot 50% Pinot Noir
The color is a brilliant delicate pink, with extremely fine and persistent perlage. The bouquet is elegant and complex, with a wide range of aromas, intense hints of rose, fresh fruit, citrus and lycis. On the palate it is crisp and balanced, with good sapidity and a dry long finish
Elk Cove, Rosé, Willamette Valley, Oregon glass 12 bottle 43
100% Pinot Noir
Pastel rose in color, this wine reveals fresh strawberry, key lime, roses and lemon thyme on the nose. The palate is juicy with watermelon, strawberry, bubblegum, and a dusty, brambly salinity that melds into a pithy grapefruit finish
Olivares, Rosé, Jumilla, Spain glass 8 bottle 27
70% Grenache 30% Monastrell
Vibrant, expansive strawberry and tangerine aromas, carry a suave floral overtone. Juicy and seamless in texture, offering gently sweet red fruit flavors that become livelier with aeration. Smoothly blends depth and energy and finishes long and sappy, featuring a building floral echo and a spicy jolt of white pepper
Kesseler, Rheingau, Germany glass 8 bottle 27
I’m a die hard riesling lover. And if you’re one of those who says they don’t like riesling, I’d posit that you haven’t tasted the right riesling. Peach, honeysuckle, lychee, citrus and wet stone aromas give this wine a complex and delightful nose. On the palate this is what I would classify as a halb trocken or off dry wine, meaning it has a touch of sweetness. The flavors are predominantly peach, lemon and yellow delicious apple. The acidity is sufficient. The finish is long, offering more of the peach and apple flavors
Pike Road, Willamette Valley, Oregon glass 9 bottle 31
100% Pinot Gris (pronounced, pee noh gree)
Aromas of tropical fruit, early peach and lemon meringue pie lead to a juicy, refreshing mouthful of citrus, lychee and baking spice. A subtle suggestion of woodsy autumn leaves complements a rich and rounded texture that ends with a zip of tart green apple.
Sea Pearl, Marlborough, New Zealand glass 8 bottle 27
100% Sauvignon Blanc
Pale straw with green hues. A lifted nose showing refreshing herbal notes, snow pea, melon, and fresh guava. Light-bodied and refreshing with typical Marlborough flavors of passion fruit, gooseberry, and grapefruit. A pleasing herbaceous thread leads to a long, lingering finish.
Klinker Brick, Lodi, California glass 12 bottle 43
Aromas of stone fruit burst from the glass and lead into a rich midpalate with rounded flavors of white peach and generous minerality. The finish is bright and clean with notes of lemon and citrus.
Sparr, Alsace, France glass 10 bottle 35
Full-body, solid structure, exotic fruits (lychee, passion fruit, pineapple, mango, apricot), flowers (rose, acacia), citrus and spices with a subtle thread of honey. Rich, lingering finish.
Decoy, Sonoma, California glass 12 bottle 43
Pale yellow in color. Aromas fill the glass with rich bright fruit, minerals and cream with honeyed pear-apple. Bright and vibrant palate shows rich flavors evoking apple galette, honey, and creamy vanilla bean. Full and round with a rich mouth-feel and a long finish of Asian pear with toasty oak notes.
Famille Perrin, Cotes Du Rhone, France glass 10 bottle 35
50% Grenache blanc 20% Viognier 15% Marsanne 15% Roussanne
One of the great estates of the Rhone Valley, Chateau Beaucastel has been run by several generations of the Perrin family. Reveals crisp, subtle orange, pear, and white currant fruit, excellent acidity, and a medium-bodied, refreshing style. Classic Cotes Du Rhone Blanc!
Zaca Mesa, Santa Ynez Valley, California glass 10 bottle 35
Exotic aromas of yuzu, quince sorbet, peach and mandarin orange show on the intriguing nose of this bottling from the region's Rhône pioneer. That quince flavor holds strong into the palate, where it's cut by lime juice.
The Oddity, Tokaj, Hungary glass 9 bottle 31
Best known for its beautiful sweet wines, the region of Tokaji is also producing some excellent dry styles based on the same grape variety, Furmint. Waxy stone fruits with honey and lanolin aromas suggest richness, however this is totally dry and surprisingly crisp. Flavours of juicy mandarin and apricots with a herbal tinge extend into a fresh, minerally finish. This is wine geeky juice!
Santa Julia, Mendoza, Argentina glass 7 bottle 23
Exotic citrus and orange blossom aromas are lively and a touch oily. This is racy and fresh, with substance to the mouth feel. Peachy stone-fruit flavors hint at orange and lychee, while this is lasting and intense on the finish.
Chamonix Rouge, Franschhoek, South Africa glass 12 bottle 43
35% Cabernet Sauvignon 31% Merlot 23% Malbec 11% Petit Verdot
Shows a deep ruby color with garnet highlights on the rim. The generous bouquet suggests black-currant, cedar with scents reminiscent of red berries, spices and vanilla. The wine is amply structured: full, round and smooth on the palate with rich fruit and length of flavor.
Lifevine, Willamette Valley, Oregon glass 10 bottle 35
100% Pinot Noir
Lively and expressive, this wine's aromas of raspberry, cinnamon, blueberry and flavors of cocoa powder and ripe cherries encourage second sip before flowing in the soft, lingering finish. Enough of that, it’s badass pinot from Willamette that isn’t twice the price. Hiyah!
La Fiera Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy glass 8 bottle 27
Ruby-red with violet highlights. Medium-full bodied red wine with notes of violets and crushed red fruits on the nose. On the palate, the wine is juicy and soft with more red & blue fruit flavors, soft tannins, and a pleasant finish.
Santa Julia, Mendoza, Argentina glass 8 bottle 27
Dark violet with blue hues. Nose of ripe red and black fruits such as cherries, plums, and blackberries. Notes of vanilla, chocolate, and snuff. Medium-bodied flavor, with soft tannins and balanced acidity with a fruity and spicy finish.
Hope Estate, Hunter Valley, Australia glass 10 bottle 35
Begins with a wonderfully good aroma of blackberry, spice and black cherry along with touches of chocolate and vanilla. One of the reasons I love Syrah/Shiraz so much is the fantastic aroma and this one certainly doesn’t disappoint. Taking a sip shows tons of rich dark fruit with plenty of licorice, black pepper and spice.
Austin Hope “Treana”, Paso Robles, California glass 12 bottle 42
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Chuck Wagner taught Austin the nuances of crafting world-class Cabernet Sauvignon!
Opaque, deeply colored purple black. Aromas are bold, muddled blackberry, ripe black currants, blueberry syrup, crushed violets, roasted coffee, sweet vanilla, caramel, and clove. Rich and palate coating, the intense black fruit flavors are marked by a distinctive toasted/smoky-oak. The tannins are moderate and velvety, and the acidity balances the richness of the wine, long oak-driven finish.
Araucano, Colchagua, Chile glass 8 bottle 27
Alluring purplish-red in color with aromas of dark fruits and licorice as well as hints of spice notes such as black pepper and cloves. The palate is long and refreshing with ripe fruit flavors and soft tannins.
Klinker Brick, Lodi - Mokelumne River, California glass 10 Bottle 35
100% Old Vine Zinfandel
Blend of 16 different vineyard blocks of old vine zinfandel vineyards with an average age of 86 years. With berries and spice on the nose, dark, sweet fruit fills the palate with just a hint of black pepper. This wine has a long, lingering finish.
Senorio de P. Pecina, Rioja, Spain glass 8 Bottle 27
95% Tempranillo 3% Graciano 2% Garnacha
Traditional, old-school Rioja producer, one of the few left in the region. The wine is neither fined nor filtered. It pours a deep ruby in the glass with intense, ripe red berry fruit flavors and great Tempranillo spice. The Cosecha is fresh, energetic and polished with supple tannins and an extreme drinkability.
Poggio Vignoso, Chianti, Italy glass 7 bottle 23
This wonderful everyday Chianti is made entirely from the Sangiovese grape.
It is an easy drinking wine with lovely notes deep cherries with a hint of almond on the nose.
A core of ripe fruit flavors, lots of pretty bright berry, floral and violet aromas and flavors.
Medium-bodied with some fine tannins and a refreshing finish. My go to earthy dry wine!
UDS LIST $6
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4 Noses Brewing, Ajax, German Style Pilsner, 4.5% ABV
Crazy Mountain Brewery, Lava Lake Wit, Colorado Witbier, 5.2% ABV
Elevation Beer Company, 8 Second, Colorado Kolsch, 5% ABV
Epic Brewing, Son of Baptist, Colorado Imperial Stout, 8% ABV
Epic Brewing, Tart & Juicy, Colorado Sour IPA, 4.5% ABV
Telluride Brewing Company, Tempter IPA, American IPA, 6.4% ABV
Telluride Brewing Company, Face Down Brown Ale, Colorado Brown Ale, 5.7% ABV