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By the Glass or Bottle

White Wines

  • Lakeview White $7/$26

    Parley Lake Winery, Waconia
    Blend of La Crescent and Brianna grapes, similar to a dry Alsace Riesling.

  • Feisty White $7/$26

    Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls
    Reminiscent of cantaloupe, on the nose green apple, pear, honeysuckle, with a soft vanilla bean flavor.

  • Frontenac Blanc $7/$26

    St. Croix Winery, Stillwater
    Silk in color introduces honey and citrus aromas with lingering flavors of pear, starfruit and pineapple.

  • Bumper Crop $8/$28

    EagleView Winery, Ashby
    Shimmering with floral bouquet of apricots, peaches and lychee.


  • Marquette Rose $7/$26

    St. Croix Winery, Stillwater
    Pleasant cherry and berry aromas, just the right wine for you to enjoy the day.

  • Frontenac Gris (blush) $7/$26

    Round Lake Winery, Round Lake
    A balanced crisp and sweet wine that has citrus notes of apricot and grapefruit.

Red Wines

  • Summer Drought $8/$28

    EagleView Winery, Ashby
    Lightly oaked wine gives you a smooth slide of cherries and berry as it moves across your palate.

  • Marquette Red $8/$28

    Parley Lake Winery, Waconia
    Medium body with hints of vanilla and chocolate.

  • Mill Street Red $9/$30

    Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls
    Soft and plush blend of berries and plums that highlight this off-dry aged red wine.

  • Summer Red $9/$30

    St. Croix Winery, Stillwater
    Delivers plenty of ripe, rich flavors built around a core of cherry and raspberry.

  • The Gander $11/$38

    Round Lake Winery, Round Lake
    A bold blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Marquette.


Sparkling (dry to sweet)

  • Domaine J. Laurens Blanquette Le Moulin NV16 $10/$35

    Limoux, France
    White - Bright green apple, brioche, elegance in a glass.

  • Domaine J. Laurens Blanquette La Rose No. 7 Cremant de Limoux 2016 $12/$42

    Limoux, France
    Rose - Red cherry, violet, seductively satisfying.

  • Elvio Tintero, Moscato d'Asti Sori Gramella 2017 $9/$30

    Piedmont, Italy
    Moscato - Citrus blossoms, apricot, nectar of the gods.

White (dry to sweet)

  • Chateau du Cros Bordeaux Sauvignon 2018 $9/$30

    Bordeaux, France
    Sauvignon Blanc - Mineral driven, tropical fruit, everything you want from Sauv Blanc.

  • Hobo Wine Co. CAMP Chardonnay 2018 $12/$42

    Sonoma County, California
    Chardonnay - Light oak, lemon curd, instant gratification.

  • Portal da Calcada Vinho Verde Reserva 2017 $9/$30

    Vinho Verde, Portugal
    White Blend - Honeysuckle, lemon/lime kool-aid, summer in a glass.

  • Ptujska Klet Pullus Pino Grigio 2017 $10/$35

    Styria, Slovenia
    Pinot Grigio - White flowers, stone fruit, not your mother's Pinot Grigio.

  • Nik Weis Urban Riesling 2017 $8/$28

    Mosel, Germany
    Riesling - White peaches, tangy acidity, just the right amount of sweetness.


  • L.A. Cetto Primavera Rose 2018 $8/$28

    Baja, Mexico
    Cabernet Sauvignon - Strawberry, raspberry, one glass just isn't enough...

Red (less fruity to more fruity)

  • Chateau d'Oupia Vin de Pays Les Heretiques 2017 $8/$28

    Languedoc, France
    Carignan - Raspberry, earth, knock your socks off good!

  • Elk Cove Pike Road Pinot Noir 2015 $12/$42

    Willamette Valley, Oregon
    Pinot Noir - Cherry pie, smoke, soft tannis.

  • G.D. Vajra Langhe Rosso 2016 $11/$39

    Piedmont, Italy
    Red Blend - Wild berries, tobacco, bristling with energy.

  • Les Jamelles Malbec 2017 $9/$30

    Languedoc, France
    Malbec - Red fruit, licorice, ode to the Old World.

  • Shannon Ridge Vigilance 2016 $10/$35

    Lake Country, California
    Cabernet Souvignon - Black currant, dark chocolate, juicy fruit.

  • Hobo Wine Co. CAMP Cabernet Franc 2016 $13/$46

    Sonoma County, California
    Cabernet Franc - Roasted red pepper, spiced chocolate, savory sipper.

  • Mark Ryan The Vincent Red 2016 $15/$52

    Columbia Valley, Washington
    Red Blend - Dark fruit, cedar-lined spice, remarkable balance.

Dessert (sweet)

  • Chateau du Cros Segur du Cros Loupiac 2015 $12/$42

    Bordeaux, France
    Loupiac - Tropical fruit, creme brulee, unctuous.

  • Oscar Quevedo Tawny Port $12/$42

    Douro Valley, Portugal
    Port - Nutty, rich, mellow, sweet finish.



  • Domaine J. Laurens Clos de Demoiselles Cremant de Limoux 2016 $48/89 1.5L

    Limoux, France
    This wine epitomizes the style of bubbles that are crafted in Limoux. Elegant yet powerful on the palate, it has beautifully balanced flavors of brioche, honey and fresh fruits leading to a long finish. The special bottle used was created in honor of the "Brut Original", the first sparkling wine made in Limoux.


  • Bodegas Nodus En la Parra Blanco 2018 $25

    Valencia, Spain
    "En la Parra" has two meanings in this part of Spain - it means "on the Vine" but also colloquially "Day-Dreaming". Organically made at their Finca "El Renegado" it is a blend of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Moscatel. The result is delicious; a bright, floral hit of soft fruit along with hints of crisp apple and pear.

  • Felline Bianchi Marini Fiano 2017 $28

    Puglia, Italy
    Gregory Perrucci is pioneering in every way. He was the first to champion the Fiano grape in the Puglia region, previously only used to produce cheap bulk wine. A blend of 70% Fiano Campano and 30% Fiano Minutolo, it offers notes of white flowers and peach with a salty aftertaste reminding you of its coastal home.

  • Sepp Moser Gruner Veltliner Von den Terrassen 2015 $36

    Kremstal, Austria
    The grapes are biodynamically produced and come mainly from the Wolfsgraben vineyard with its south-exposed terraces and cool micro-climate. Citrus and herbal aromas with typical spicy Vetliner notes and hints of white pepper. The palate has mineral and flint, oriental spice and fresh citrus acidity on the finish.

  • Pascal Janvier Coteaux du Loir Blanc 2018 $45

    Loire Valley, France
    Pascal Janvier never planed on becoming a vigneron. Though his parents had vineyard land of their own, he went to school to learn butchery. However, Pascal made a sudden about-face at the age of thirty. An airy citrus-driven Chenin with summertime written all over it - super fresh and subtly floral.


  • Mocali Rosso Toscano Fossetti 2015 $30

    Tuscany, Italy
    The Mocali estate has been owned by the Ciacci family since the 1950's. Their gorgeous Tuscan vineyards are farmed sustainably to give us delicious, ripe and balanced wines. it's a small estate sheltered by pine and oak forests that also houses two olive groves. Medium-bodied and earthy with notes of brambly red fruit.

  • Luberri Orlegi Rioja 2017 $32

    Rioja, Spain
    Orlegi is a return to the traditional light, fruit-forward wines of Rioja Alavesa. Utilizing whole-cluster fermentation for some of the grapes and indigenous yeasts, this is a classic, young Tempranillo from Rioja for everyday drinking featuring tart red-plum and raspberry flavors cut by lasting acidity.

  • Ferraton Cotes du Rhone Rouge Samorens 2016 $35

    Rhone Valley, France
    A blend of Grenache and Syrah (50/50), the grapes are sourced from vineyards on the left bank of the Rhone River, grown on alluvial and gravelly soils. Displaying layers of dark spices and earth that uplift the mixed red and black fruits, this medium to full-bodied beauty has no hard edges, silky tannin and a great finish.

  • Chateau Clos Bourbon Cadillac Cottes de Bordeaux 2015 $42

    Bordeaux, France
    Featuring the typical clay/limestone soil of the region but with veins of iron schist and numerous natural springs beneath the vineyards, Clos Bourbon is a wine of intensity and complexity exhibiting juicy black currant and cedar notes complemented by naturally high acidity, incredible balance and great structure.

  • Populis Wabi Sabi Red Blend 2016 $48

    Mendocino County, California
    Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese idea of "perfectly imperfect/" As such, this natural wine pays homage to the amazingly quaffable table of wines of Europe with its fresh, tart flavor and lighter-bodied nature. 36% Syrah, 28% Carignane, 18% Zinfandel, 6% Pinot Noir, 6% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc, 3% Tempranillo.

  • Domaine Les Eminades Sortilege Saint-Chinian 2016 $69

    Languedoc, France
    Luc and Patricia Bettoni farm 14 hectares of vines nestled amongst the garrigue-covered hills above the village. This is an intriguing wine reminiscent of Northern Rhone Syrah. Dark with notes of violets, smoked meat, spice, herbs and Montmorency cherry, "sortilege" is aged in large barrels to build a smoky, rich flavor.

  • Clos du Val Estate Merot 2014 $89

    Napa Valley, California
    Clos Du Val, French for "small vineyard estate of a small valley", was founded in 1972 in the renowned Stags Leap District. The winery was first recognized for its Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon at the famed Judgment of Paris in 1976, establishing its place as one of Napa Valley's most iconic winery estates.