20/20 Night:

Sample 20 diverse wines, just $20 Per Person!

Every Monday and Thursday evening, 5pm to close.

Fizz

1) Anna Spinato Prosecco Extra Dry, Veneto Italy  $7 glass

100% Glera, Charmat: Softer on the palate, slightly less pressure, almost too easy to drink.

2) Grandial Brut Blanc de Blancs, France  $7 glass

Charmat process, bone dry, refeshing, afforable…

3) Cà dei Mandorli Brut Rosé, Piemonte Italy  $8 glass

100% Brachetto vinified DRY and with slightly less pressure than most sparklers.

4) Corte Adami Rosa Croìna Brut Rosato, Veneto Italy  $9 glass 

100% Corivna fizzified, resulting in a wine with a lovely color, vibrant flavors of red fruits.

5) Canals Canals Cava Brut Reserva, Catalunya Spain  $8 glass

Champagne methodology applied to Spanish grapes: Xarel.lo, Macabeu and Parellada.

6) Bernard Gaucher Brut Prestige, Arconville la Champagne  $16 glass

90% Pinot / 10% Chardonnay, meaty and complex, can handle real food.

White

7) Bestheim Pinot Blanc 2013, Alsace, France   $7 glass 

100% Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay’s demure cousin, medium body and a firm dry finish.

8) Bestheim DRY Riesling 2014, Alsace, France   $7 glass 

100% aromatic and food friendly Riesling, medium body and a firm dry finish.

9) Bestheim DRY Gewurztraminer 2013, Alsace, France   $7 glass 

Complex and minerally 100% Gewurztraminer with lush grapefruit / rose petal fruit.

Red

10) Scolaris Schioppettino 2009, Friuli Isonzo Italy $7 glass

Schioppettino means “ricochet” in local dialect! Oh yeah, it’s slightly fizzy. you serve it COLD!

11) Balgera Rosso di Valtellina 2010, Valtellina Lombardia Italy  $10 glass

Nebbiolo from steeply terraced mountain vineyards in extreme northern Italy.

12) Santa Vittoria Poggio Grasso Nero d’Avola, Toscana Italy $7 glass

Nero d’Avola is the principal grape in SICILIA, must be a marriage involved here….

13) Taliano Barbera d’Alba Laboriosa 2012, Piemonte Italy  $7 glass

100% Barbera from high altitude, mineral rich vineyards.

14) Colle Petrito Aglianico 2010, Puglia Italy  $7 glass

Aglianico is often refered to as “the Barolo of the South”…try it and see why.

15) Petrito Uva di Troia Iaccio della Portata 2010, Puglia Italy  $7 glass

Luke… come taste the DARK SIDE!!!

16) Donati Marzemino Orme 2013, Trentino Italy  $12 glass

Intense but soft red fruit with a solid undertow of rocks from the Dolomites.

17) Gordon Cabernet Sauvignon 2011, Columbia Valley Wash.  $12 glass

Large and in charge…make the big pot roast (with extra garlic)!

18) Plata One Hundred Syrah 2008, Paso Robles California $11 glass

Balanced, food friendly wine, hand made by WINE EXPO-ista Robert Plata.

Fruity / Dolce

19) Alice Bel Colle Moscato d’Asti 2015, Piemonte  $8 glass

Bottled Love? Zombie Detector? See why this is a guilty pleasure for so many.

20) Krohn Porto Rosé, Douro Portugal  $10 glass

Pink, sweet , served CHILLED….try it in a long drink with Tonic or Lemon!