Wine

Cabernet Sauvignon

$70

HONIG (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

This Cabernet is medium-bodied, with aromas and flavors of red cherry, and plum, alongside anise, black tea, vanilla, white pepper and dried herbs. The finish has the perfect balance of bright fruit, elegantly proportioned tannins, and a hint of cocoa powder.

$7

ROBERTSON (SOUTH AFRICA)

Smooth, full-bodied style with rich mulberry, plum and cassis supported by soft tannins. The wine is deep red in colour, smooth with good weight made in a friendly new Cape style with no hard edges.

Bottle – $28

Interesting Reds

$65

HENDRY MERITAGE (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

Beautiful berry and blackcurrant on the nose, underpinned by the spicy, forest aromas of the oak. Medium-full mid-palate with more pretty berry and currant flavors, and the substantial tannic grip we’d expect from a young Bordeaux-style wine. A good candidate for cellaring.

$9

SHIRAZ, THOMAS GOSS (MCLAREN VALE, AUSTRALIA)

The wine made by Ben Riggs and his winemaking team, this wine has a long, soft and juicy palate and lush mouthfeel, bursting with blackberry, blueberry jam and liquorice. This wine guarantees a true Australian Shiraz experience best enjoyed over the next 7 years.

Bottle – $36

$10

RED BLEND J. ARTHUR (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

50% Sangiovese, 50% Merlot. Has some cherry notes with a light acidity. Merlot adds big juiciness. An American take on the classic Chianti.

Bottle – $40

Malbec

$7

SENSUAL (MENDOZA, ARGENTINA)

Aromas of ripe plum and violets with hints of vanilla fill the nose. The opulent, ripe palate offers good balance and structure and leads to a long finish. The beauty of the Malbec in Argentina is its ability to combine a rich, weighty mouth feel with a soft silkiness normally associated with lighter wines.

Bottle – $28

$10

LA POSTA (MENDOZA, ARGENTINA)

Vibrant red color with aromas of red cherries, raspberries, and violets wafting from the glass along with notes of toasty oak. On the palate, the fresh berry flavors mingle with spice notes and there’s a hint of soft caramel on the finish. This is a creamy, medium-bodied and well-structured wine that is incredibly full of life.

Bottle – $40

Merlot

$9

ANNABELLA (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

This generous Napa Valley Merlot is medium plum colored with brick edges and has aromas of sweet black cherry, coffee and subtle black olive notes. The palate is loaded with ripe cranberry and boysenberry fruit flavors backed with soft tannins from extensive aging in medium toast French oak barrels. The finish is long with a silky texture allowing the cherry-boysenberry notes to linger.

Bottle – $36

Pinot Noir

$10

ACROBAT (WILLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON)

Ruby in color with notes of vanilla, chocolate, and red berries on the nose. Has a viscous, tannic mouthfeel that leads to a long finish with flavors of plum, toasted oak, raspberry, coffee and, cocoa.

Bottle – $40

$8

ROBERTSON (SOUTH AFRICA)

A purple tint on the rim with delicious flavors of ripe strawberry and rich red cherry. Produced in an early drinking style with a soft smooth finish.

Bottle – $32

Chardonnay

$65

SADDLEBACK (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

The nose is clean and showing aromas of apple, pear, honeydew melon and kiwi. The Saddleback Chardonnay is medium bodied and layered with ripe tree fruits continuing with soft impressions of toast and spice from oak aging.

$10

GOTHIC “OPHELIA” (WILLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON)

Vibrant aromas of yellow apple, summer melon and jasmine are complimented by flavors of ginger blossom, confit lemon and starfruit. Judicious use of lees contact and neutral oak during elevage helped the 2011 Ophelia develop a medium body and silky mouth-feel, followed by a crisp, lingering finish.

Bottle – $40

$9

ANNABELLA (NAPA VALLEY, CALIFORNIA)

This Chardonnay is full flavored with medium body and a solid concentration of fruit. The wine has a rich, creamy style that serves up lots of ripe pear, honeydew melon, and apple flavors.

Bottle – $36

Interesting Whites

$8

MOSCATO INNOCENT BYSTANDER (VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA)

“This hugely aromatic with fresh, aromas of strawberry, nectarine and grape. It’s gently sparkling with further sweet, creamy fruit in the mouth as well, with an elegant, long finish.”

Bottle – $32

$9

VOUVRAY “CHENIN BLANC” (LOIRE, FRANCE)

A light yellow color, the wine presents pleasing aromas of ripe Bartlett pear, with hints of apricot and stone fruit that are balanced by creamy and slightly sweet citrus flavors. The hint of sweetness is counterbalanced by proper acidity and the finish ends on a lovely bright note.

Bottle – $36

Pinot Grigio

$8

BOWERS HARBOR (MISSION PENINSULA, MICHIGAN)

The aromas in this wine reveal citrus and tropical fruits with subtle white flower nuances. A fresh and lively mouth feel gives way to a finish of grapefruit, pineapple and wet stone.

Bottle – $32

$7

OGGI (VENETO, ITALY)

Lightly straw-colored Pinot Grigio with greenish tones The nose is very fresh, pleasant and intense, with hints of flowers and fruit Velvety and soft on the palate thanks to the 5% Chardonnay that offsets part of the Pinot Grigio acidity

Bottle – $28

Riesling

$10

45 NORTH SELECT HARVEST (LEELANAU PENINSULA, MICHIGAN)

100% estate-grown grapes. Lots of honey and flavors of soft lychee fruit and peach. Clean finish.

Bottle – $40

$9

GILL’S PIER SEMI-DRY (LEELANAU PENINSULA, MICHIGAN)

This vintage is zesty, crisp and fresh. The middle palate unearths lemon and lime, and then melds into a finish of green apples.

Bottle – $36

Sauvignon Blanc

$10

SAUVIGNON BLANC QUIVIRA “FIG TREE” (SONOMA, CALIFORNIA)

Fig Tree touches all the bases. The characteristic grassiness is apparent, but it’s balanced by tropical fruit notes of pineapple and passion fruit, qualities that remind you this is a single vineyard Sauvignon Blanc from the Dry Creek Valley.

Bottle – $40