Wine Menu - WHITE WINE by leader6

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WHITE WINE

HALF BOTTLES               (13 oz)

NV         CHAMPAGNE, Taittinger, Champagne, France                                                   62
2007       SANCERRE, Domaine Vacheron, Loire Valley, France                                           44
2007       SAUVIGNON BLANC, Duckhorn Vineyards, Napa Valley, California, USA                          53
2006       CHARDONNAY, La Crema, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                        41



SAUVIGNON BLANC
Sauvignon Blanc is thought to be of Mediterranean origin, possibly a centuries-old selection from
vines native to the Balkan Peninsula. Typically a light to medium-bodied, crisp and refreshing
white wine with notable acidity. The acidity in Sauvignon Blanc makes a wonderful compliment to
foods that have a bold flavour.

2008       CHATEAU DE SANCERRE, Sancerre, Loire Valley, France                                        58
2007       PASCAL JOLIVET, Pouilly Fumé, Loire Valley, France                                         62
2008       LA PLAYA, BLOCK SELECTION, Colchagua Valley, Chile                                         44
2008       HIGHFIELD, Marlborough, New Zealand                                                        55
2008       MAIN DIVIDE, Marlborough, New Zealand                                                      49
2008       MILLSREEF, RESERVE, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand                                                56
2008       CLOUDY BAY, Marlborough, New Zealand                                                       70
2008       CRAGGY RANGE, TE MUNA ROAD VINEYARD, Martinborough, New Zealand                            68
2008       CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                            80
2009       EHLERS ESTATE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                72
2007       EDNA VALLEY, San Luis Obispo County, California, USA                                       45
2008       GROTH, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                        57




RIESLING
Riesling, a premier white wine grape from Germany and Alsace, produces a wine that is crisp,
refreshing and versatile with a tremendous fruit-acidity ratio. This wine can span a broad range of
styles, being produced in both dry and sweet variations depending on the region of production. It
is a great match to difficult dishes or a perfect wine on its own.

2007       CAVE SPRINGS, Niagara, Ontario, Canada                                                     44
2005       GROSSET, WATERVALE, Clare Valley, South Australia                                          74
2007       PAUL ZINCK, GRAND CRU, Pfersigberg, Alsace, France                                         60
2007       PIERRE SPARR, RESERVE, Alsace, France                                                      51




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PINOT GRIS / PINOT GRIGIO
Originally from the Alsace region of France, Pinot Gris is a synonym of Pinot Grigio. This
variety can produce crisp citrusy wines to succulent rich and complex examples, capable of
character and spiciness seldom encountered with other white grapes.

2008       PINOT GRIGIO , MISSION HILL, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                45
2008       PINOT GRIS, BLASTED CHURCH, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                 66
2007       PINOT GRIS, BURROWING OWL, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                  66
2007       PINOT GRIS, CLOUDLINE, Oregon, USA                                                    46
2008       PINOT GRIGIO , LAIRD, Napa Valley, California, USA                                    58
2007       PINOT GRIS, PIERRE SPARR, RESERVE, Alsace, France                                     56
2007       PINOT GRIGIO, FRANZ HAAS, Alto Adige, Italy                                           68
2008       PINOT GRIS, SPY VALLEY, Marlborough, New Zealand                                      52

CHARDONNAY
The Chardonnay vine is widely planted in the Burgundy region and hugely successful in many
other regions of the world due to its mid-season ripening and versatility. Chardonnay remains
the most popular dry wine grape in the world despite being somewhat mass produced in
virtually every wine making region.

2007       DAMPT, “ELEGANCE”, Petit Chablis, Burgundy, France                                    61
2007       WILLIAM FEVRE, Chablis, Burgundy, France                                              65
2007       CHÂTEAU DE BEAUREGARD ,Pouilly-Fuissé, Burgundy, France                               73
2007       MONTES ALPHA, Casablanca Valley, Chile                                                54
2007       ALPHA ZETA, Veneto, Italy                                                             50
2006       ARGYLE, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA                                                64
2007       KLOOVENBURG, BARREL FERMENTED, Swartland, South Africa                                47
2006       MISSION HILL, S.L.C., Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                       65
2004       NUGAN, King Valley, Victoria, Australia                                               45
1995       BEST’S GREAT WESTERN CONCONGELLA VINEYARD, Victoria, Australia                       118
2007       KENDALL JACKSON , Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                       44
2008       DEFINITIVE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                              68
2007       LA CREMA MONTEREY, Santa Rosa, California, USA                                        60
2006       JORDAN, Russian River Valley, California, USA                                         95
2005       PATZ & HALL, DUTTON RANCH, Russian River Valley, California, USA                     120
2005       BERINGER, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                54
2007       CALERA, Central Coast, California, USA                                                60
2005       HARTFORD, STONE COTE VINEYARD, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                          72
2004       HARTFORD, SEASCAPE VINEYARD, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                           119
2004       KISTLER, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                               172
2007       BARNETT VINEYARDS, SANGIACOMO VINEYARD, Carneros, California, USA                     96




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GEWÜRZTRAMINER
Best known as one of the mainstay grape varieties for which the French Alsace region is famous.
This variety ripens with dizzying speed but needs a long maturation period to retain acidity and to
fully develop its aromatic potential. Gewurztraminer, while perfect with spicy barbeque food, can
also stand up to rich heavy dishes.

2008       LUCIEN ALBRECHT, Alsace, France                                                                     56
2007       WOLBERGER, Alsace, France                                                                           52
2007       MT. BOUCHERIE, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                                            50
2007       CASA MARIN, CASONA VINEYARD, Cartagena, Chile                                                       65
2007       PAUL ZINCK, Alsace, France                                                                          50

INTERESTING WHITE & ROSE
2008       SOAVE CLASSICO, PIEROPAN, Veneto, Italy                                                           44
2007       ROSÉ, BEAUREVOIR, M.CHAPOUTIER, Tavel, Rhone, France                                              48
2008       GRENACHE SHIRAZ ROSE, ANGOVES 9 VINES, South Australia                                            44
2006       VIOGNIER, YALUMBA, Y SERIES, South Australia                                                      53
2006       VIOGNIER, CALERA, Central Coast, California, USA                                                  88
2007       VERMINTINO, LUNAE, Italy                                                                          44
NV         EVOLUTION, SOKOL BLOSSER, Dundee, Oregon, USA                                                     53
2005       VIOGNIER, ROSENBLUM, “KATHY’S CUVEE”, Alameda, California, USA                                    60
2002       BORDEAUX BLANC, Chateau de Launay, Bordeaux, France                                               68
2007       BORDEAUX BLANC, “G”, Chateau Guiraud, Bordeaux, France                                            60
2007       VOUVRAY, Domaine de Vaufuget, Demi-Sec, Loire Valley, France                                      42
2008       HATFIELD’S FUSE, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                                        52
2006       PINOT BLANC, RESERVE, Domaine Weinbach, Alsace, France                                            60
2007       CONUNDRUM, Rutherford, California, USA                                                            72
2004       CONDRIEU VIOGNIER, E. Guigal, Rhone, France                                                      100


DESSERT AND ICE WINE
Only a select few countries are allowed to produce ice wine. The grapes are harvested frozen
which concentrates the flavours and the sugars allowing for a very unique nectar to be extracted.
Ice wine can be paired with fruit based desserts that are not too sweet or be enjoyed on its own.     GLASS/BOTTLE
NV         PINNACLE ICE CIDER, DOMAINE PINNACLE, Quebec, Canada (50ml)                                     11
2005       MUSCAT DE BEAUMES DE VENISE, M. CHAPOUTIER, Rhone, France                                     9/55
2005       RIESLING, ICEWINE, MISSION HILL, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                  18/165
NV         VIDAL, ICE WINE, PILLITTERI ESTATES, Niagara, Canada (50ml)                                   14.5
NV         RIESLING, ICE WINE, PILLITTERI ESTATES, Niagara, Canada (50ml)                                14.5
NV         CABERNET FRANC, ICE WINE, PILLITTERI ESTATES, Niagara, Canada (50ml)                          14.5
NV         CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ICE WINE, PILLITTERI ESTATES, Niagara, Canada(50ml)                       14.5
2006       LATE HARVEST VIOGNIER, DOBBES, Rogue Valley, Oregon, USA (375ml)                                62
2004       PASSITO DE PANTELLERIA, BEN RYE, DONNA FUGATA, Sicily, Italy (375ml)                         10/65
2002       MERLOT, ICEWINE, MT. BOUCHERIE, SUMMIT RESERVE, Okanagan, BC (375ml)                           135


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CHAMPAGNE AND SPARKLING
Contrary to beliefs in some parts of the world, Champagne is not a generic term for any “bubbly”
wine, but the protected name of sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of northern
France. Although some wines are produced in the same manner, due to their location they are
referred to as sparkling wines.
NV         ANNA MARIA CAVA, Spain                                                                         48
2007       BATASIOLO, MOSCATO D’ASTI, Piedmont, Italy                                                     40
NV         FANTINEL, PROSECCO, Veneto, Italy                                                              44
NV         CHANDON, BLANC DE NOIRS, Carneros, California, USA                                             65
NV         PIPER-HEIDSIECK, Champagne, France                                                            115
NV         TAITTINGER, Champagne, France                                                                 120
NV         VEUVE CLICQUOT PONSARDIN, Champagne, France                                                   125
NV         DELAMOTTE, ROSE, Champagne, France                                                            155
NV         MOET & CHANDON, BRUT IMPERIAL, Champagne, France                                              110
1998       GOSSET, CELEBRIS, Champagne, France                                                           270
1999       BOLLINGER, GRAND ANNÉE, Champagne, France                                                     350
2000       DOM PERIGNON, Champagne, France                                                               362
2002       TAITTINGER, ROSE, Comtes de Champagne, Champagne, France                                      350
2000       LOUIS ROEDERER, CRISTAL, Champagne, France                                                    550

FORTIFIED
As with Champagne, Port is not a generic name for a sweet wine but a distinctive term for a
fortified wine from Portugal. Port is a classic fortified wine produced by adding brandy to stop
fermentation while the sugars are still in abundance.
                                                                                                   GLASS/BOTTLE
10 YR      WARRES, TAWNY PORT, OTIMA, Portugal                                                        9/ 81
20 YR      WARRES, TAWNY PORT, OTIMA, Portugal                                                       11/ 99
10 YR      TAYLOR FLADGATE, TAWNY PORT, Portugal                                                     9/ 108
20 YR      TAYLOR FLADGATE, TAWNY PORT, Portugal                                                    12/ 144
30 YR      TAYLOR FLADGATE, TAWNY PORT, Portugal                                                    17/ 240
40 YR      TAYLOR FLADGATE, TAWNY PORT, Portugal                                                    22/ 284
1999       WARRES, LBV, Portugal                                                                    10/ 132
NV         FONSECA, TERRA PRIMA, ORGANIC PORT, Portugal                                               9/85
1997       FONSECA, Portugal                                                                            199
2000       FONSECA, Portugal                                                                            165
1983       GRAHAM’S, Portugal                                                                           220
2006       DOMAINE DU TRAGINER, BANYULS, Roussillon, France                                         13/148




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RED WINE

HALF BOTTLES               (13 oz)

2007       PINOT NOIR, SHUG, Carneros, California, USA                                             41
2007       PINOT NOIR, CUVAISON, Napa Valley, California, USA                                      55
2007       MALBEC, ALTA VISTA, Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina                                            31
2006       CHIANTI CLASSICO, VILLA CAFAGGIO, Tuscany, Italy                                        38
2006       SHIRAZ, MITOLO, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                           66
2006       CHÂTEAUNEUF DU PAPE, CHÂTEAU DE LA GARDINE, Rhone, France                               63
2006       MERLOT, MERRYVALE, STARMONT, Napa Valley, California, USA                               51
2007       ZINFANDEL, FROG’S LEAP, Napa Valley, California, USA                                    50
2004       AMARONE, TOMMASI, Veneto, Italy                                                         63
2006       CABERNET SAUVIGNON, MERRYVALE, STARMONT, Napa Valley, California, USA                   51
2004       CABERNET SAUVIGNON, EHLERS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                70

PINOT NOIR
As the premier grape of the Burgundy region of France, the combination of its mutating
characteristics and difficult growing requirements of a long cool growing season makes this a
frustrating grape with which to make wine. Sometimes referred to as the “heartbreak grape” Pinot
Noir can show an earthy, dry character or a soft and extracted fruit-driven appeal, depending on
the growing climate. This wine may be one of the world’s most versatile food wines.

2006       ERRAZURIZ, WILD FERMENT, Casablanca Valley, Chile                                        60
2008       BURROWING OWL, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                                 99
2007       MT. BOUCHERIE, SUMMIT RESERVE, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                 58
2008       WILD ROCK, “CUPIDS ARROW”, Central Otago, New Zealand                                    58
2008       SPY VALLEY, Marlbourough, New Zealand                                                    55
2007       ARGYLE, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA                                                   70
2006       FRANZ HAAS, PINOT NERO, Alto Adige, Italy                                                89
05/06      SOKOL BLOSSER, ESTATE CUVEE, Dundee Hills, Oregon, USA                                  118
2005       BEAUX FRERES, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA                                            155
2007       CASTLE ROCK, Monterey County, California, USA                                            44
2006       KENDALL JACKSON, Santa Rosa, California, USA                                             48
2007       MACMURRAY RANCH, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                           49
2006       CALERA, Central Coast, California, USA                                                   85
2005       HARTFORD, “LAND’S EDGE”, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                   90
2006       W.H. SMITH, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                                95
2006       PATZ & HALL, Sonoma Coast, California, USA                                              115
2005       MELVILLE, TERRACES, Santa Rita Hills, California, USA                                   145
2007       BELLE GLOS, LAS ALTURAS VINEYARD, Monterey County, California, USA                      128
2007       DEFINITIVE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                 75


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MERLOT
The Merlot grape, originally from the Bordeaux region of France, produces a soft medium bodied
red wine with relatively high fruit forward flavours. The great richness of this varietal is easily
paired with a large variety of dishes.

2007       MONTES ALPHA, Colchagua Valley, Chile                                                       56
2008       CALINA, Maule Valley, Chile                                                                 32
2007       MISSION HILL, RESERVE, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                            59
2003       PEPPER BRIDGE, Walla Walla Valley, Washington, USA                                         150
2002       MERRYVALE, LAS AMIGAS VINEYARD, Carneros, California, USA                                  158
2004       TWOMEY CELLARS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                               195
2006       DUCKHORN, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                      96
2006       EHLERS ESTATE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                120
2006       CLOS DU VAL, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                   64




SHIRAZ/SYRAH
Although referring to the same grape, in France it is known and grown as Syrah. When produced
in France these lush rich wines have a smokey mineral finish. In non- European countries (the New
World) it goes by Shiraz, these wines tend to have a fuller more extracted rich, round flavour.

2007       SHIRAZ, HEARTLAND, DIRECTOR’S CUT, Limestone Coast, Australia                               76
2005       SHIRAZ, JIM BARRY, “MCRAE WOOD”, Clare Valley, South Australia                              92
2007       SHIRAZ-VIOGNIER, YALUMBA, Y SERIES, South Australia                                         48
2001       SHIRAZ, BERESFORD, RESERVE, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                   84
05/06      SHIRAZ, CHATEAU REYNELLA, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                     99
2006       SHIRAZ, SAMUEL’S GORGE, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                      110
2006       SHIRAZ, MOLLYDOOKER, BLUE-EYED BOY, McLaren Vale, South Australia                          135
2005       SHIRAZ-CABERNET, TWO HANDS, THE BULL & BEAR, Barossa Valley, Australia                     126
2006       SHIRAZ, TORBRECK, STRUIE, Barossa Valley, Australia                                        120
2003       SHIRAZ, E & E, BLACK PEPPER, Barossa Valley, Australia                                     186
06/07      SHIRAZ, BEN GLAETZER, AMON-RA, Barossa Valley, Australia                                   156
2008       SHIRAZ, SISTER’S RUN, Barossa Valley, Australia                                             44
1984       SHIRAZ, BEST’S GREAT WESTERN, CONCONGELLA VINEYARD, Victoria, Australia                    184
1999       SHIRAZ, HENSCHKE, HILL OF GRACE, Eden Valley, Australia                                    725
2002       SYRAH, CAYUSE, CAILLOUX VINEYARD, Walla Walla Valley, Washington, USA                      190
2003       SYRAH, ETHAN, Santa Ynez Valley, California, USA                                           110
2005       SYRAH, MILLS REEF, GIMBLETT GRAVELS, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand                                90
2004       SYRAH, SHAFER, “RELENTLESS”, Napa Valley, California, USA                                  208




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CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Cabernet Sauvignon, originally from Bordeaux, is commonly accepted as the greatest red wine
grape in the world. The thick skin of this grape is one of the reasons for its high level of tannins
which makes these wines best enjoyed with equally robust dishes that compliment their richness.

2006       MILLS REEF, GIMBLETT GRAVELS, Hawkes Bay, New Zealand                                        94
2007       AMAVI, Walla Walla Valley, Washington, USA                                                   86
04/05      PEPPERBRIDGE, Walla Walla Valley, Washington, USA                                           155
2008       MOLLYDOOKER, “MAITRE D”, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                       83
2004       PARACOMBE, Adelaide Hills, South Australia                                                   58
2005       NUGAN, Coonawarra, Australia                                                                 56
1992       BEST’S GREAT WESTERN, CONCONGELLA VINEYARD, Victoria, Australia                             162
2008       SISTER’S RUN CABERNET, Barossa Valley, Australia                                             55
2006       LOTUS, Paso Robles, California, USA                                                          50
2007       RUTHERFORD RANCH, Napa Valley, California, USA                                               62
2006       BENZINGER, Sonoma County, California, USA                                                    69
2005       CLOS DU VAL, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                    84
2006       BERINGER, Knight’s Valley, California, USA                                                   88
2005       PARALLEL, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                      128
2006       EHLERS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                        135
01/05      VON STRASSER, SORI BRICCO VINEYARD, Napa Valley, California, USA                            145
2005       JOSEPH PHELPS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                 146
2004       JORDAN, Alexander Valley, California, USA                                                   150
2005       CAKEBREAD CELLARS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                             172
2004       CHÂTEAU MONTELENA ESTATE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                      178
04/05      SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, California, USA                                               180
2005       RUBICON ESTATE, “CASK”, Rutherford, Napa Valley, California, USA                            210
2004       RUBICON ESTATE, RUBICON, Rutherford, Napa Valley, California, USA                           260
2003       SILVER OAK, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                    240
2006       EHLERS, 1886, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                  200
2007       CAYMUS VINEYARDS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                              200
2002       CHÂTEAU MONTELENA ESTATE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                      240
2004       BENNETT LANE, PRIMUS, RESERVE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                 240
2003       CLARK CLAUDON, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                 265
2003       LAKOYA, MT. VEEDER, Napa Valley, California, USA                                            342




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ZINFANDEL
Zinfandel, a grape originally from Croatia, is now grown in the New World. Zinfandel is known
for its rich, dark color scheme and higher alcohol content, although it can also be light and fruity.
The style can vary from light and elegant to massive and tannic, however the intrinsic berry like
character always comes through.

2006       PRIMITIVO, MARETIMA, Puglia, Italy                                                            45
2007       ROSENBLUM, Sonoma Valley, California, USA                                                     50
2007       THE SEVEN DEADLY ZINS, OLD VINE, Lodi, California, USA                                        66
06/07      ROSENBLUM, RICHARD SAURET VINEYARD, Paso Robles, California, USA                              85
2006       EDMEADES ZINFANDEL, Mendocino County, California, USA                                         73
2004       DEERFIELD RANCH, GARCIA VINEYARD, Sonoma Valley, California, USA                             110
2007       ROBERT BIALE VINEYARD, BLACK CHICKEN, Napa Valley, California, USA                           119
2005       STORYBOOK MOUNTAIN, EASTERN EXPOSURES, Napa Valley, California, USA                          120


INTERESTING RED
2006       SANGIOVESE, SANDHILL, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                               68
2007       BLACKHILLS, NOTA BENE, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                             110
2005       MISSION HILL, OCULUS, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                              145
2005       OSOYOOS LAROSE, LE GRAND VIN, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada                       98
2006       SGM, KAESLER, “STONEHORSE”, Barossa Valley, Australia                                         58
2005       SGM, GRANT BURGE, “HOLY TRINITY”, Barossa Valley, Australia                                   99
2007       SGM, SIEBER ROAD, Barossa Valley, Australia                                                   56
2006       YANGARRA GSM, McLaren Vale, South Australia                                                   80
2006       GRENACHE, OLD FAITHFUL, “SANDHILL”, McLaren Vale, South Australia                             95
2005       GRENACHE, FIRE BLOCK, Clare Valley, South Australia                                           58
2005       DEERFIELD RANCH, “RED REX”, Sonoma Valley, California, USA                                    65
2005       CAIN, CONCEPT, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                  140
2003       MERRYVALE, PROFILE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                             240
2004       MERRYVALE, PROFILE, Napa Valley, California, USA                                             240
2003       NAPANOOK, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                       112
2004       DOMINUS ESTATE, DOMINUS, Napa Valley, California, USA                                        250
2005       JUSTIN VINEYARDS, ISOSCELES, Paso Robles, California, USA                                    156
2003       RAMEY, CLARET, Napa Valley, California, USA                                                  110
05/06      BENZIGER, TRIBUTE, Sonoma, California, USA                                                   220
2005       JOSEPH PHELPS, INSIGNIA, Napa Valley, California, USA                                        375
2003       PETITE SYRAH, BIALE, THOMANN STATION, Napa Valley, California, USA                           128
03/05      CABERNET-SANGIOVESE, BACIO DIVINO, Napa Valley, California, USA                              168
2006       CARMENERE, LA PLAYA, BLOCK SELECTION, Colchagua Valley, Chile                                 48
2004       PINOT NOIR-MALBEC, SCHROEDER, “FAMILIA”, Patagonia, Argentina                                140
2007       CLOS DE LOS SIETE, Mendoza, Argentina                                                         62
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MALBEC
Originating from the Bordeaux region of France, this grape is among the “big six” for red wine grapes. Malbec
has found both fame and glory in the sun-drenched climate of Argentina, and has now become their signature
grape. Malbec is typically a medium to full bodied wine with ripe fruit flavours and tight and earthy tannins.

2006       MALBEC, VINA ALICIA, Lujan De Cuyo, Argentina                                                  120
2007       MALBEC, CRIOS DE SUSANA BALBO, Mendoza, Argentina                                               46
2008       MALBEC, ANDELUNA, Mendoza, Argentina                                                            45
2006       MALBEC, DONA PAULA, SELECCION DE BODEGA, Mendoza, Argentina                                     80
2007       MALBEC, LUIGI BOSCA, SINGLE VINEYARD, Lujan de Cuyo, Argentina                                  58
2004       MALBEC, MILLS REEF, “ELSPETH”, GIMBLETT GRAVELS, New Zealand                                   100

FRENCH
The style of top French wines has long been the benchmark for winemaking in most wine
producing countries of the world. Most of today’s popular varieties originated in France. The
biggest difference between French and New World wines are both tradition and terroir, or
appellation, in which the grape is grown. France’s wine culture is steeped in tradition with strict
laws concerning winemaking and production.

2008       BEAUJOLAIS VILLAGES, CHÂTEAU DE THULON, JEAN-MARC BURGAUD, Beaujolais                          48
2006       MASON CHAMPY, BOURGOGNE, Burgundy                                                              46
2004       CHOREY-LES-BEAUNE, DOMAINE TOLLOT-BEAUT, Burgundy                                              87
2004       JOSEPH DROUHIN, CHAMBOLLE-MUSIGNY, PREMIER CRU, Burgundy                                      161
07/08      CÔTES DU RHÔNE, DOMAINE LAFOND, Rhone                                                          57
2006       DOMAINE DE FERRAND, CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE, Rhone                                                109
2006       LA FERME DU MONT, CHÂTEAUNEUF-DU-PAPE, Rhone                                                  130
2004       RASTEAU, TARDIEU-LAURENT, CÔTES DU RHÔNE VILLAGES, Rhone                                       98
2002       GUIGAL, CÔTE RÔTIE, Rhone                                                                     135
2005       MINERVOIS, L’OUSTAL, Languedoc                                                                 85
2003       CHÂTEAU D’ESCABES, Gaillac                                                                     57
2005       CHÂTEAU LAROSE PERGANSON, CRU BORGEOIS, Haut-Medoc, Bordeaux                                   75
2005       CHÂTEAU D’ARGADENS, BORDEAUX SUPERIEUR, Bordeaux                                               49
2004       CHÂTEAU LASSEGUE, GRAND CRU, Saint Emillion, Bordeaux                                         150
2004       CHÂTEAU D’ANGLUDET, Margaux, Bordeaux                                                         155
                                 RD
2004       CHÂTEAU LAGRANGE, 3 GROWTH, Saint-Julien, Bordeaux                                            165
1996       CHÂTEAU MARGAUX, PAVILLON ROUGE, Margaux, Bordeaux                                            180
2005       CHÂTEAU DUHART-MILON, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                                      190
2004       CHÂTEAU PICHON-LONGUEVILLE, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                                280
1986       CHÂTEAU BEYCHEVELLE, Saint Julien, Bordeaux                                                   425
                                    TH
1991       CHÂTEAU LYNCH BAGES, 5 GROWTH, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                             476
2005       CHÂTEAU LEOVILLE BARTON, Saint Julien, Bordeaux                                               510
1988       CHÂTEAU LATOUR, PREMIER GRAND CRU, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                        1750
1990       CHÂTEAU LATOUR, PREMIER GRAND CRU, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                        2750
1982       CHÂTEAU LATOUR, PREMIER GRAND CRU, Pauillac, Bordeaux                                        3500
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NORTHERN ITALY
A quarter of the world’s wine produced is Italian. Italian producers have moved rapidly to the
forefront of world enology, improving techniques to create wines of undeniable class in every
region, north and south. Their wines derive not only from native vines, which represent an
enormous array, but also from a complete range of international varieties.

2007      VALPOLICELLA, RIPASSO, VILLALTA, Veneto                                                 50
2006      VALPOLICELLA, RIPASSO, CORTEFORTE, Veneto                                               65
2007      BARBERA D’ ASTI, BRUNO ROCCA, Piedmont                                                  64
2006      MERLOT-CABERNET SAUVIGNON, MACULAN, “BRENTINO”, Veneto                                  49
2006      AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, MASI, “COSTASERA”, Veneto                                   93
2003      AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, CORTEFORTE, Veneto                                         115
2005      AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, ALPHA ZETA, Veneto                                         125
2003      AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, ZENATO, RISERVA, Veneto                                    185
2000      BAROLO, MARCHESI DI BAROLO, Piedmont                                                   155
2000      BAROLO, BENI DI BATASIOLO, VIGNETO CEREQUIO, Piedmont                                  162
2004      BARBARESCO, GAJA, Piedmont                                                             280


CENTRAL & SOUTHERN ITALY
2006      CHIANTI CLASSICO, FONTODI, Tuscany                                                      80
2001      CHIANTI CLASSICO, CASTELLO DI BROLIO, Tuscany                                           95
2004      CHIANTI, DA VINCI, Tuscany                                                              53
2005      CHIANTI CLASSICO, VOLPAIA, “COLTASSALA”, Tuscany                                        80
2003      CHIANTI, MARCHESI GONDI, RISERVA, Tuscany                                               68
04/05     CABERNET-MERLOT, TOLAINI, “VALDISANTI”, Tuscany                                         78
2003      BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, ANGELINI, VAL DI SUGA, Tuscany                                 128
00/03     BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, PAIN DELLE VIGNE, Tuscany                                      120
2002      BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, CASTEL GIOCONDO, Tuscany                                       141
2004      SOLENGO, ARGIANO, Tuscany                                                              145
2001      SOLAIA , ANTINORI, Tuscany                                                             346
2006      TIGNANELLO, ANTINORI, Tuscany                                                          189
2003      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, CIGNALE, Tuscany                                                   140
2005      ORNELLAIA, TENUTA DELL- ORNELLAIA, Bolgheri                                            238
2005      ENRICO SANTINI, POGGIO AL MORO, Bolgheri                                                61
2002      SASSICAIA, TENUTA SAN GUIDO, Bolgheri                                                  250
2005      AGLIANICO, DEL FEUDI DI SAN GREGORIO, RUBRATO, Campania                                 56




                                 *VINTAGES SUBJECT TO CHANGE*
            **please note this is a sample menu and subject to change
                   and variations from location to location**

SPAIN & PORTUGAL
Once devoid of anything interesting beyond their own classic wines, a new generation of
winemakers have now realized the tremendous potential of their grape growing regions and
native grape varieties, making them a hotbed of innovation. Over 15 percent of the world's
vineyards are in Spain, making it the number one ranked country in the world in terms of area
covered by vineyards. However, Spanish vineyards have a low yield because of the dry climate,
thus putting them behind France and Italy in terms of production.

2006      CARM, QUINTA DO CÔA, Douro, Portugal                                                   48
2006      VINHOS SOGRAPE, RESERVA, Douro, Portugal                                               40
2006      EVOHE, GARNACHA, Aragon, Spain                                                         45
2007      JUAN GIL, MONASTRELL, Jumilla, Spain                                                   55
2006      TORRES, “CELESTE”, Ribera del Duero, Spain                                             55
04/05     VEGA REAL, CRIANZA, Ribera del Duero, Spain                                            45
2005      EMILIO MORO, Ribera del Duero, Spain                                                   80
2006      TORRES, “IBERICOS”, CRIANZA, Rioja, Spain                                              45
2005      CUNE, RESERVA, Rioja, Spain                                                            62
2003      MAS LA PLANA, CABERNET SAUVIGNON, TORRES, Penedés, Spain                              106



LARGE FORMAT                (1500ml)

2002      JOSEPH DROUHIN, CLOS DES MOUCHES, Burgundy, France                                    390
2007      SHIRAZ, TORBRECK, THE WOODCUTTER’S, Barossa Valley, Australia                         150
1996      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, HARDYS, THOMAS HARDY, McLaren Vale, South Australia               275
1995      SHIRAZ, HARDYS, EILEEN HARDY, McLaren Vale, South Australia                           310
2005      SHIRAZ, MITOLO, G.A.M., McLaren Vale, South Australia                                 275
2005      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, CAKEBREAD, Napa Valley, California, USA                           350
2003      AMARONE DELLA VALPOLICELLA, TOMMASI, Veneto, Italy                                    240
2000      BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO, ARGIANO, Tuscany, Italy                                       275
2003      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, SILVER OAK, Alexander Valley, California, USA                     280
2006      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, PARALLEL, Napa Valley, California, USA                            256
2005      MERLOT, FROG’S LEAP, Napa Valley, California, USA                                     220
2003      CABERNET SAUVIGNON ,CHÂTEAU MONTELENA, Napa, California, USA                          355
2003      CABERNET SAUVIGNON, MAS LA PLANA, Penedés, Spain                                      226




                                 *VINTAGES SUBJECT TO CHANGE*

								
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