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I’O-Wine list

WHITES
Champagne/Sparkiling | New World Chardonnay | Sauvignon Blanc | Alternative Whites – Light & Citrus
Alternative Whites- Rich & Buttery | French Whites
REDS
New World Cabernets & Blends
| New World Pinot Noirs | New World Merlots | Alternative Reds
Italian Reds| Alternative Imported Reds| Burgundy & Cotes Du Rhone | Bordeaux

1/2 Bottles of Dessert Wines | Other 1/2 Bottles

 


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CHAMPAGNE AND SPARKLING WINES
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#101 Segura Viudas, Brut Reserva, Spain, NV                                $40.00 - Glass: $8.00
Refreshing with hints of toast and a vibrant balanced finish.
#102 J, Cuvee 20 Brut, Russian River, NV                                $40
Gracefully opens up with crisp lemon peel, honeysuckle and delicate yeast aromas. A mix of Fuji apple, grapefruit and a sweet hint of angel food cake.
#103 Domaine Carneros by Taittinger, California, 2006 (ORGANIC)                                $69
This only certified organic sparkling wine in California was rated 92 by the Wine Spectator; full of baked apple, raspberry and creamy lemon flavors.
#104 Nicolas Feuillatte, Epernay, France, NV                                $70
A rich elegant Champagne with a delicate touch of lemon that finishes long and smooth.
#105 Cristal, Louis Roederer, Brut, Champagne, Vintage 2002                                $595
Gorgeous and elegant with notes of citrus, hazelnut and vanilla just like Cristal should be.
#106 Krug, Brut, Reims, France, Vintage 1988                                $620
Mature and complex; beguiling honey & earthy notes, a classic vintage Krug.

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NEW WORLD CHARDONNAY
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#150 La Terre, California, 2008                                $32/$8
Delicate and creamy with intense fruit flavors and a long finish.
#151 Saintsbury, Carneros, 2007                                $46/ $11.5
Clean, crisp and impeccably balanced: great value from a Chardonnay specialist.
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#152 Au Bon Climat, Santa Barbara, 2008                                $49
Buttery brioche marries with tropical fruits in an irresistible elixir that will leave the bottle drained before you know it. Nicely Burgundian in style.
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#153    Dry Creek Vineyard, Sonoma County, 2006                                $52
Buttery vanilla oak with lemon, pineapple and pear aromas and flavors.
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#154   Talley, Arroyo Grande Valley, 2007                                $60
Elegant, intense citrus, toasted oak, and orange blossom nuances, with subtle mineral elements.
#155    Neyers, Carneros, 2007                                $66
Complex aromas of smoke, fig and citrus fold over to the palate. Full-bodied, with fine structure and acidity. Wine Spectator’s top 100 list.
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#156   Kumeu River, New Zealand, 2005                                $67
This wine has aromas of peach and honey with buttery hazelnut flavors.
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#157    Jordan, Sonoma County, 2006                                $67
Burgundian in style. Minerally and complex. Mostly Russian River Fruit.
#158      Laird, Cold Creek Ranch Chardonnay, 2007                                $76
Soft lemon and crème caramel in the nose, hints of white flower and toasty vanilla. Tropical fruit rounded out by a creamy mouthfeel, and a long, toasty oak finish.
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#159      Rombauer, Carneros, 2008                                $78
Intense pear, pineapple and tropical fruits, balanced with creamy, toasted vanilla. Refined acidity and hints of apple linger on the finish.
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#160 Silver, Unoaked Chardonnay, Santa Lucia Highlands, 2007                                $80
From the Mer Soleil Vineyard. A pure crisp expression of Chardonnay made without oak or malolactic fermentation, showing fresh fruit characters and bright acidity.
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#161    Mer Soleil, Central Coast, 2007                                $82
Flavors of ripe tropical fruit; butter and vanilla accented by spice with toasty oak.
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#162      L’Angevin, Russian River Valley, 2005                                $83
A full bouquet of aromas including lychee, mandarin orange, mangosteen, and fruit blossoms. .
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#163      Ancien Wines, Carneros, 2004 (ORGANIC)                                $90
A Fruit forward wine with ripe apple and lemon and striking minerality.
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#164 Chateau Montelena, Napa Valley, 2007                                $99
The “Grand Cru” of California Chards. Oak and fruit in harmony, a great food wine.
#165    Morgan, Double “L”, Santa Lucia Highlands, 2007 (ORGANIC)                                $120
Deliciously textured flavors of pear, vanilla and mineral, balanced and food friendly.
#166    Lewis, Sonoma County, Russian River Valley 2006                                $118
Balanced scents of oak, vanilla and pears. Absolutely amazing.
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#167    Kistler, Les Noisetiers, Sonoma Coast, 2007                                $144
Tremendous balance with flavors of mangos, tropical papaya and guava ending with a long sublime finish.

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SAUVIGNON BLANC
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#140 Babich, Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand, 2009                                $36/$9
A pungent nose of ripe tropical fruits overlaying zesty lemon and lime on the palate.
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#141 Morgan, Monterey, 2008                                $40
Lively melon and tropical fruit flavors with a hint of oak.
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#142 Duckhorn, Napa Valley, 2008                                $69
This delicious blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc is complex and refreshing with just a touch of French Oak treatment. Think grilled fish.
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ALTERNATIVE WHITES – LIGHT & CITRUS
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#110 Château de Ségriès, Tavel Rosé, France, 2008                                $38/$9.5
Powerful and focused, with a big core of red cherry, raspberry and red currant laced with spice. 50% Grenache, 30% Cinsault, 15% Clairette, 5% Syrah
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Selbach, Mosel-Saar Ruwer Riesling Kabinett, Germany, 2007                                $34/$8.5
Gorgeous green apple and key lime pie essence, ideal wine with our cuisine.
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#112 Inama, Soave Classico, Veneto, Italy, 2006                                $36
From the winery that is redefining Soave. Low yields, and no oak lead to a rich, food friendly white.
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#113     Uvaggio, Vermentino, Lodi, California, 2006                               $36
A lively fresh grape, possessing aromas and flavors of stone fruit, melon and kiwi.
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#114     Luna, Pinot Grigio, Napa County, California, 2007                                $38/$9.5
Italian in style, with fruit held in check by refreshing acidity, a wonderful food wine.
#115    Lois, Gruner Veltliner, Kamptal, Austria, 2008 (ORGANIC)                                $39
Austria’s most famous grape is a natural for shellfish and grilled seafood. Bone dry, naturally low in alcohol, lemony and clean on the palate.
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#116 Kungfu Girl, Reisling, Washington, 2009 (Sustainable)                                $42
A dry Reisling from cult winemaker Charles Smith, very aromatic with tangerine, apricot, wet stone and key lime, the perfect wine for our cuisine.
#117 Sokol Blosser “Evolution” Oregon, 12th Edition (ORGANIC)                                $42
Nine varietals blended to produce a lush, off dry tropical wine.
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#118 Don Olegario, Albarino, Spain, 2006 (SUSTAINABLE)                                $56
Smooth on entry, but with good acidity. It presents a variety of fruit flavors. Long lasting, full-bodied and well structured….an elegant wine.
#119 Livio Felluga, Pinot Grigio, Italy 2007 $69 A full body, elegant wine with golden colors; citrus, peach and apricot flavors.
#120 King Estate, Pinot Gris, Willamette Valley, Oregon, 2007 (ORGANIC)                                $69
100% organically grown. Rich and expressive flavors of mandarin, fig and pineapple.
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ALTERNATIVE WHITES – RICH & BUTTERY
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#130    Qupe, “Bien Nacido Cuvee”, Santa Barbara, 2007                                $50
Extremely floral. A blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Viognier.
#131    Conundrum, Caymus, California, 2008                                $55
Aromatic and floral with great acidity and structure, bursting with sweet tropical fruit flavors.
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#132    Treana, Mer Soleil Vineyard, Central Coast, California, 2006                                $60
This white Rhone blend displays a floral and spicy characteristic with a rich texture.

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FRENCH WHITES

#170    Vouvray, Marc Bredif, Loire Valley, 2007                                $40/$10
Dry Chenin Blanc with a fragrant nose and pure citrus, melon and apple fruit flavors.
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#171    Sancerre, Domaine Vacheron, Loire, France, 2008 (ORGANIC)                                $72
The original Sauvignon Blanc, lime blossoms blended with notes of wet slate, green apple, sea spray and dried flowers.
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#172 Rully, Domaine de Villaine, Les Saint-jacques, Burgundy, 2007(ORGANIC)                                $75
A stunning Chardonnay bargain from Burgundy, from the maker of Romanee Conti, Loaded with citrus and mineral.
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#173 Pouilly Fuisse, Robert Denogent, La Croix Vineyard, Burgundy, 2007                                $90
Round texture with clean Chardonnay fruit flavors and essence of orange peel and beeswax.
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#174    Corton Charlemagne, Bonneau du Martray, Grand Cru, Burgundy, 2006                                $387
Flavors of peach, grapefruit and oak spice through the finish, whiff of chalk dust along with vanilla notes. This Chardonnay is year after year in the top 100 of the Wine Spectator, this year with a rating of 94.
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NEW WORLD CABERNETS & BLENDS
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#180    La Terre, California                                $32/$8
Deeply colored and loaded with black cherry aromas.
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#181    Chappellet, Mountain Cuvee, Napa Valley, 2007 (ORGANIC)                                $58/$14.5
Incredibly aromatic nose, rich palate and a lengthy finish. Complex aromas of cherry, blackberry and cedar with subtle notes of oak and spice. A must have for enthusiasts.
#182    The Spoon, Once, Napa “A sommelier made wine” 2007                                $60
Created by Bernie Spoon for Central Park’s famous Jean-George restaurant using a majority of Merlot, with some Cabernet France and Cabernet Sauvignon.
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#183    Beaulieu Vineyard, Rutherford, Napa, 2006                                $82
From prime Cabernet real estate, full of blackberry and currant flavors.
#184    Laird, Jillian’s blend, Napa, 2005                                $80
Aromas of tobacco, violets and blackberry. Smoke and blackberry on the palate, finishing with black pepper, cocoa and chewy tannins.
#185 Chateau Montelena, Napa Valley, 2006                                $88
A very round full cabernet with ripe jammy fruit aromas of plum and black current, while the mid-palate yields a graceful weight and balance with soft tannins.
#186 DeLille Cellars, D2, Columbia Valley Red Wine, Washington, 2007                                $94
A delicious blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot from some of Washington’s finest vineyard sites of Red Mt. and Columbia Valley.
#187 Raymond Reserve, Napa Valley, 2005                                $112
Silky smooth and fruity with wonderful structure and velvety tannins.
#188 Cliff Lede, Napa Valley, Stag’s Leap District 2006 (Sustainable)                                $147
Rich deep flavors of cherry with fine tannins in a Bordeaux style fashion.
#189 Hollywood & Vine, “2480”, Napa Valley, 2005                                $198
Bright black fruit on the nose, ripe plum and cedar/forest notes add complexity.
#190 Insignia, Joseph Phelps, Napa Valley, 2002                                $315
Full of black cherry jam and allspice aromas, with luscious notes of boysenberry and ripe plums; hints of tobacco and toasted oak.
#191 Peter Michael, Les Pavots, Bordeaux Blend, Sonoma County, 2005                                $378
Reveals a deep bouquet of black cherry, black currant, blueberry and blackberry.

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NEW WORLD PINOT NOIRS
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#200 Grayson, Central Coast, California, 2008                                $38/$9.5
Aromas of black cherries and plum with layers of oak. A balanced supple finish.
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#201    Meiomi, Belle Glos, Sonoma Coast, 2008                                $60
A Pinot from Caymus, the silky full palate shows off rich pomegranate, bright red stone fruit and fine mineral based flavors.
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#202    Costa De Oro, Estate Reserva, Santa Maria Valley, 2005                                $69
Aromatics of dried flowers, earth, clove, and cinnamon. On the palate notes of cola, orange rind and white pepper. The wine’s finish is smooth with berries, sage, and clove.
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#203    Saintsbury, Carneros, 20007                                $72
This wine has concentrated fruit, exceptional balance of acid and tannins, with an aromatic profile distinct and seductive enough to leave a mark on the taster.
#204    J, Russian River Valley, 2007                                $72
A wine of great depth and elegantly composed layers. Aromas of violets, rose and wild black-berry. Cherry and cocoa on the palate.
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#205    Evening Land, Oregon, 2008                                $78
Consulting French winemaker Dominique Lafond has imbued this Oregon Pinot with elegant Burgundian character and silky smooth texture. A rare treat!
#206    Ancien, Carneros, 2007 (ORGANIC)                                $91
Dried cranberries and blueberries with ripe plums accented by cacao, clove, cardamom, cinnamon and a whiff of kirsch and dried rose petals. Delicious.
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#207    W.H.Smith, Maritime, Sonoma Coast, 2006                                $130
From coastal vineyards, loaded with ripe blackberries, rhubarb and plum.
#209    Girasole, Mendocino, California, 2008 (Organic)                                $44
From an organic vineyard since 1955 this Pinot is full of raspberry, strawberry, violet, candied apple with a touch of earthyness and oak.
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NEW WORLD MERLOTS

#210    Chateau Ste. Michelle, Indian Wells Vineyard, Columbia Valley, 2006                                $42
Bold rich concentrated flavors of blackberry, vanilla and chocolate.
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#211    Longboard, Dakine Vineyard, Russian River Valley, 2007                                $48/$12
Hang ten on this smooth rich delicious riding Merlot from the heart of Pinot Country!
#212    Swanson, Napa Valley, 2005                               $72
Beaming with blackberry fruit in a broad lush style from an estate developed by Napa Valley pioneer Andre Tchelistecheff.
#213    Frog’s Leap, Rutherford, 2006 (ORGANIC)                                $96
Superb, jammy organic Merlot with a hint of the famed “Rutherford Dust”. This wine is big enough to accompany our lamb or filet mignon for a match made in heaven.
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#214    Twomey, Napa Valley, 2004                                $135
This is delicious Merlot from Silver Oak winery has a complex nose of black cherry and chocolate that gives way to a rich expression of luscious fruits.

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ALTERNATIVE REDS
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#219    Four Vines, Zinfandel, Old Vine Cuvee, California, 2007                                $34/$8.5
Showing robust full dark fruit and spicy cinnamon. Also notes of blueberry, raspberry and milk chocolate. Don’t be fooled by the price, this wine has great structure.
#220    Boom Boom, Syrah, Washington, 2008                                $44
From cult winemaker Charles Smith this Syrah has everything you want: dark fruit, Asian 5 spice, sweet tobacco and intense smooth plush texture.
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#221    Boxcar, Syrah, Central Coast, 2007                                $60
Structured and full bodied, this syrah is packed with fruit and consistent throughout.
#222 Neal Family Vineyards, Zinfandel, Napa Valley 2007(ORGANIC)                                $70
This delicious rich ripe organic fruit is topped with a hint of spice and chocolate. Marc Neal is our unofficial vineyard consultant at our O’O Farm.
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#223 Stag’s Leap, Petite Syrah, 2006                                $82
Succulent, rich and earthy; flavors of black cherry, truffles and white pepper.
#224    Turley, Dusi Vineyard, Paso Robles, 2008                                $98
This thick, velvety Amarone style Zin contains over 16% alcohol with rich dark earthy ripe fruits like figs, raisins, plums and prunes .
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ITALIAN REDS
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#228 Barbera D’Alba, Andrea Oberto, Piedmont, 2008                                $47
This is what the Italians drink everyday, a ripe fruity red with soft silky tannins.
#229 Mongrana, Toscana, Mini Super Tuscan, 2007 (Biodynamic)                                $49
The quintessential expression of the colors, sights and sounds of the Maremma region: Beautifully intense fruit with embracing spice. A blend of Sangiovese, Merlot and Cab.
#231 Bertani, Amarone della Valpolicella, DOCG, Veneto, 2004                                $110
Made in a style that doesn’t require long aging, an earthy red that will pair well with our Maui short ribs or filet. Lighter in style as Amarones go.
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#232    Zenato, Amarone della Valpolicella, DOCG, Veneto, 2001                                $150
Aromas of slightly raisiny fruit, spices and wet stone. Full-bodied and powerful.
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#233 Barbaresco, Serrabella, DOCG, Piedmont, 2000                                $154
This powerful wine exhibits dark, concentrated fruit with a complex structure and firm tannins.

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ALTERNATIVE IMPORTED REDS
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#240 Bierzo Petalos, Mencia, Spain (Sustainable) 2007                                $49/$12.5
Elegance with intensity! Smokey oak, floating boysenberries and cacao, finishing with well integrated tannins. Both modern and rustic.
#241 D’Arenberg, “Footbolt” Shiraz, McLaren Vale, Australia, 2007                                $45
A classic shiraz from D’Arenberg full of plum, smokey accents and rich silky tannins.
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#242 Molly Dooker, “The Boxer” Shiraz, Australia, 2008                                $54
A multitude of flavors including various spices, dark cherries and plums with a full rich texture and a long fine-grained finish.
#243 Bodega Catena Zapata, Malbec, Mendoza, 2007                               $56 /$15
The nose reveals balsam wood, vanilla, mocha, cassis, and black cherry. Plush on the palate. Picked from Wine Spectators top 100 list!
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BURGUNDY & COTES DU RHONE
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#250    Cotes du Rhone, Jean Luc Colombo, “Les Abeilles” 2006 (SUSTAINABLE)                                $39
This former chef makes a delicious blend of Syrah, Grenache and Mourvedre, full of red plum, spice and herbs de Provence aromas. #251 Musigny, Grand Cru, Domaine Comte Georges de Vogue, 2000 $450 Deliciously rich and intense with dark fruit and the perfect amount of oak.
#252 Richebourg, Domaine de la Romanee-Conti, 2004 (ORGANIC)                               $990
Phenomenal DRC bottling with heady aromas of cassis, earth, and truffles. Fat and broad in the mouth with dusty fine grained tannins.

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BORDEAUX
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#259 Chateau Saint-Andre Corbin, Saint-Emilion, 2005                                $49
Mostly made of silky, velvety Merlot grapes with notes of spices, smoke, leather and blackber-ries, from an outstanding year.
#260 Chateau Lagrange, Saint-Julien, 2003                                $141
Aromas of blackberry and currant with just a hint of black licorice. This wine is full bodied, complex and refined, with fine tannins and ripe fruit, giving licorice and mineral undertones.
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#261 Château Gloria, Saint-Julien, 2003                                $148
Clean berry and violet aromas. Medium-bodied with fine tannins and a caressing finish.
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#262 #262 Château Ducru-Beaucaillou, Second Growth, Saint-Julien, 2003                                $411
Gorgeous blackberry, licorice and raspberry flavors, with hints of mineral. Full bodied and silky. It has super fine tannins and shows level elegance.
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#263    Château Ducru-Beaucaillou, Second Growth, Saint-Julien, 2000                               $430
Featuring an exceptional vintage. This Ducru is full bodied with a fabulous finish of blackberries and mineral.
#264 Château Leoville Las Cases, Saint Julien, 2000                               $545
Rated 100 in Wine Spectator, this full-bodied wine has hints of currant and mint and is packed with fruit.
#265 Château Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac, 2000 (SUSTAINABLE)                                $1600
Another 100 rating by W.S. and called the “best young Lafite ever made”, this wine has classic cigar box aromas and an amazing texture of silky ripe tannins.
#266 Château Petrus, Pomerol, 1999                                $1,980
A spectacular wine in a fantastic year for Pomerol, this merlot is full bodied, with rich plum flavors, fine tannins and a long delicate finish. Recently rated 100 by W.S.

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HALF BOTTLES OF DESSERT WINES
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#300 Bonny Doon, Framboise, Santa Cruz, 375ml                                $36/$7.25
Raspberry infused liqueur with an intense long finish on the palate.
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#301 Maculan, Dindarello, Moscato, Italy, 2007 375ml                               $60/$13
A wonderful nose of orange blossoms, tropical and stone fruits on the palate.
#302    Banyuls, Grenache, “Vendanges”, Languedoc, France, 2004 500ml                               $54/$10.5
A delicious and complex arrangement of cranberry and cherry notes with affection for chocolate.
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#303    Dolce, Far Niente, Napa Valley, 2005 375ml (SUSTAINABLE)                               $132
A very unique blend of grapes, Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc, with rich honey, pear and apricot flavors considered the Chateau d’Yquem of California.
#304    Inniskillin, Ice Wine, Canada, 2002 375ml                                $136
This icewine is made from evening harvested frozen Cabernet Franc grapes. Intense, sweet and sumptuous, yet balanced with brilliant acidity.
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OTHER HALF BOTTLES
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#321     Rombauer, Chardonnay, Napa 2007                                $41
Intense pear, pineapple and tropical fruits, balanced with creamy, toasted vanilla. Refined acidity and hints of apple linger on the finish.
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#322     #323 Beaulieu Vineyard, Rutherford, Napa Valley, 2006                                $33
From prime Cabernet real estate, full of blackberry and currant flavors.
#324     Saintsbury, Pinot Noir, Carneros, 2007                                $45
This wine has concentrated fruit, exceptional balance of acid and tannins, with an aromatic profile distinct and seductive enough to leave a mark on the taster.
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#325 Chalk Hill, Cabernet, Sonoma, 2004                                $72
Aromas of cassis, autumn leaves, graphite and mocha laced with berries, earth, roasted espresso beans, tar and black spices. This wine was meant for aging, a good time to drink!

WHITES
Champagne/Sparkiling | New World Chardonnay | Sauvignon Blanc | Alternative Whites – Light & Citrus
Alternative Whites- Rich & Buttery | French Whites
REDS
New World Cabernets & Blends
| New World Pinot Noirs | New World Merlots | Alternative Reds
Italian Reds| Alternative Imported Reds| Burgundy & Cotes Du Rhone | Bordeaux

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