Bin 300 Crios – 2017 Torrentes Argentina This traditional grape of Argentina is similar in style to a Pinot Grigio. Distinguished by its elegant notes of white flowers, pear and ripe peach, it has a crisp, citrusy finish. $9/$30
Bin 301 Indaba – 2018 Chenin Blanc South Africa Indaba meaning “Come Together”, describes this socially and environmentally conscious winery which practices sustainable farming and supports the local communities. This Cape’s signature white is a fresh, easy-drinking wine with vibrant flavors of honeyed pear, golden delicious apple and luscious tropical fruit. $7/$23
Bin 302 Assyrtiko – 2019 Greek white wine indigenous to the island of Santorini, and other Aegean islands. With citrus and tropical fruit aromas followed by white fruit and complex textures. $13/$45
Bin 303 Fireroad – 2018 Sauvignon Blanc New Zealand – As typical of Marlborough New Zealand, this wine shines with citrus and grapefruit through the palate. $9/$30
Bin 304 Featured Wine from Engelheim Vineyards in Ellijay, Ga Ask your server for details.
Bin 305 The Insider 2018 Chardonnay Carneros, Cal This wine is a golden straw in color. The aromas are rich with tropical fruit notes such as mango, guava and papaya. The wine is elegantly balanced between the acidity and creamy center. Ultimately the palate prevails rich in texture with silky caramel apple flavors, poached pear, creamy French oak and Tahitian Vanilla.
Wine Enthusiast 88 pts $13/$42
Bin 306 Montagny Premiere Cru- 2017 White Bergundy (Chardonnay) from Maison Louis Latour, has an attractive freshness and fragrance with white peaches and hazelnuts, making for a very approachable nose. On the palate the Burgundian style of minerality is accented by pear and melon with good acidity and some tropical notes to close. James Suckling 90 pts $16/$61
Bin 307 Paul Hobbs Chardonnay 2018 Calif– This Russian River Chardonnay offers caramelized peach, honeysuckle, and spicy oak aromas and flavors that are defined by the region’s cooling fog and warm afternoon sunshine revealing a pale straw color in the glass. Full-bodied and very fresh with crisp acidity and a long, flavorful finish. This cuvée comes 80% from estate fruit and is a gem of a wine to drink now or hold. Robert Parker 93 pts / James Suckling 93 pts $19/$125
Bin 308 Stellar Organics – 2020 Pinotage South Africa This organic wine contains no sulfites and has a deep, ruby red color with a dark cherry and tobacco nose. There is a slight sweetness up front on the palate with coffee, dark chocolate and blueberry notes. Firm tannins and acid round out this medium bodied wine. $7/$21
Bin 309 Mollydooker The Boxer 2019 Australian Shiraz This bold Shiraz has hints of spiced plums, blackberry jam and cherry all at the fore and finishes with coffee cream, licorice and vanilla. Full bodied with vibrant berry fruit characteristics, yet elegant with restrained tannins, resulting in a soft mouthfeel. Consistently impressive and seriously good, this wine is not short of character.
Wine Spectator 92pts / Wine Advocate 90pts $15/$54
Bin 310 Paso a Paso – 2016 Spanish Tempranillo Bright violet color. Aromas of red berries, spices and dried flowers with a spicy note that becomes pronounced as it breathes. Juicy in the mouth, it offers fresh currants and cherry flavors. Fine-grained tannins add to a long finish with accented spices. James Suckling, 90 pts $8/$27
Bin 311 La Postolle Cuvee Alexandre – 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Chile From the same family who produced Gran Marnier, the grapes were taken from root stocks in France to produce a single vineyard elegant wine showcasing aromas of black current and round tannins ending with a toasty, cherry finish. $14/$47
Bin 312 JL Chave Farconnet Hermitage – 2017 Syrah The Chave family is one of the oldest names in the world of wine. They have been producing wines in the Northern Rhone region of Hermitage since 1481! While most Chave wines are beyond the average consumers budget, this classic Syrah is more affordable.
Dark ruby purple in color, with a classic Hermitage nose of violets, cassis, pepper and a hint of black olive, spice and vanilla. On the palate it has lovely cassis and dark fruits, a tinge of anise, blackberry, ripe tannins and good underlying acidity. $26/$120
Bin 313 Featured red from Engelheim Vineyards Ellijay, Ga Ask your server for details
Bin 314 Rubesto – 2016 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Italy A deep ruby colored wine with garnet reflections with aromas of ripe-red fruits and hints of vanilla and spice. It is recommended that you allow this wine to open up for at least ½ hour to truly enjoy the delicious flavors of blackberries, clove, pepper and black cherry. $12/$39
Bin 315 Alonera – Known as a “baby Amarone” this treasured indigenous grape, Corvina, is fermented in the traditional appassimento method practiced in the Valpolicella region of Veneto in northern Italy. Partially dehydrated grapes produce a greater concentration of colours, aromas and flavours that include cherries, prunes, sweet spice, and hints of coffee and tobacco. On the palate, Alanera is full-bodied with elegant and velvety tannins. $10/$30.
Bin 316 Educated Guess – 2016 North Coast Cabernet Sauvignon This wine is rich, ripe, and focused with juicy blackberry and cherry fruit, milk chocolate, and dusty notes all tied together with a creamy french vanilla middle and a finish that in a word is…lingering. Wine Enthusiast 90 pts $11/$36
Bin 317 Solena Grande Cuvée 2019 Williamette Valley, Oregon Pinot Noir This Pinot begins with flowing aromas of baked cherries, fresh herbs and dried cedar. On the palate, it is full of fruit and spice driven flavors. Front and center you are greeted by a generous helping of warm noes of raspberry, cranberry and rose petals. $13/$45
Bin 318 Cooper and Thief – 2017 Red Blend Lodi, Cal A blend of mostly Merlot, Syrah and Zinfandel, this dark and jammy wine is aged for three months in bourbon barrels resulting in rich flavors of toasty vanilla and exotic spices with velvety tannins. $12/$38
Bin 319 Justin – 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon Paso Robles, Cal Ripe black cherry, currant and red berry fruit, with vanilla and cinnamon spice and oak accents leading a mid-palate with sustained black and red fruit $16/$55
Bin 320 Rombauer – 2018 Zinfandel This classic California Zinfandel, is dark purple-ruby, with a bright crimson hue. Lush flavors of raspberry, blackberry jam, plums and vanilla flood the palate, followed by touches of white pepper in the background. Plush and round tannins make for a fresh and enticing finish. $17/$80
Bin 321 Ancient Peaks – 2017 Merlot Paso Robles Cal This wine opens with dusty aromas of boysenberry, black cherry, vanilla, and toasted oak. A soft, rounded texture delivers mouth-filling flavors of blueberry, blackberry, cinnamon, dark chocolate, and cola. Velvety tannins are finely integrated into a rich, chewy finish. $12/$39
Bin 322 Ghostblock – 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville Napa Valley From the Pelissa family vineyards established in 1903, this 100% organic vineyard is said to be haunted by the ghost of George C. Yount (founder of Yountville, who planted the first grapevine in Napa Valley in 1839). Very elegant aromas with juicy red cherry notes. Cocoa and vanilla are well integrated into the fruit components. The silky, soft tannins make a harmonious balance between alcohol and tannin- creating an overall perfect balance with a beautiful, lengthy finish. Wine Spectator 94 Pts $25/$120
Bin 323 Quilt – 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa, Cal From Joe Wagner, grandson of Chuck Wagner (Caymus), this elegant wine opens with aromas of dark chocolate, blackberry jam, toasted oak, hazelnut and vanilla. It follows with rich molasses, stewed rhubarb, tobacco and nutmeg that integrate into a long satisfying finish complemented by balanced acidity, and smooth, velvety tannins. $17/$56
Other Whites and Roses
Seven Daughters – 2018 Moscato A sweeter alternative from the Veneto region of Italy. $9/$30
Hampton Water Rosé _ A collaboration between winemaker Gerard Bertrand and Jon Bon Jovi this refreshing “Summa Sippa” is perfect for any occasion. $35/Bottle
Cotes des Roses Pinot Noir – A beautiful cherry color this light bodied Pinot is the ideal summer red wine. $40/ Bottle
Amble and Chase – 2019 Rosé Blend Provence, France A light, invigorating blend of Grenache, Syrah, Cinseault showing notes of cherry blossom and raspberry with juicy peach and ripe red grapefruit, finishing with a refreshing acidity. A perfect “boat or picnic” wine on the go. $10/Glass $38 per 4 pack
Jean Louis Blanc de Blanc Brut – This French sparkling has aromas of crisp apples and baking spice. Fine abundant bubbles create a tasty and snappy finish. $9. Glass
Sparkling Wines and Champagne
Gruet American Rose – This Pinot Noir from New Mexico, has a pale salmon hue exhibiting wild strawberry and floral notes with a zesty acidity and a delicate mineral finish.
La Luca Italian Prosecco – Produced with grapes sourced from some of the oldest and most respected growers in the region. The resulting wine is a pear-scented, creamy, off-dry style sparkler that’s nicely balanced with crisp minerality. $39 /Bottle
Los Monteros Spanish Cava – Macabeo varietal, pale yellow to light green tones, with delicate floral notes and fresh baked bread. Palate is creamy with citrus flavors and a long finish. $20 /Bottle
De Chanceny French Sparkling – From the Loire valley, a 70% Chenin Blanc, 15% Chardonnay, 15 % Cab Franc blend following the Methode Traditionelle, with 2nd fermentation in bottle, aged 12 months in limestone dug rock cellars. Complex bouquet with hints of pear and peaches. $27 /Bottle
Veuve Cliquot Chamapagne – 50-55% Pinot Noir, 28-33% Chardonnay, 15-20% Meunier A French Champagne based in Reims, specializing in premium products. It was founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot and is one of the largest champagne houses in the world. His daughter, Madame Clicquot made strides in establishing her wine in royal courts throughout Europe, notably that of Imperial Russia. She played an important role in establishing champagne as a favored drink of high society and nobility throughout Europe. This fresh and balanced Champagne is lightly toasty, with snappy acidity and a lively, creamy mousse carrying flavors of white cherry, pickled ginger and Marcona almond. Offers saline-laced minerality. $118 /Bottle
Pacific Rim Vin de Glacier – A 2016 late harvest organic ice wine with notes of honey, pear and jasmine. $35/Bottle (375 ml)
Coco Wein Engelheim Vineyards Ellijay, Ga – A rich port-style dessert wine, made from Chambourcin grapes. A perfect balance of dark chocolate richness with subtle notes of cherry on the finish. (Limited Release) $40 /Bottle (375 ml)
Smith Woodhouse Lodge Reserve Port – This Port is made from the best Reserve wines carefully chosen for their concentrated rich fruit style. After the wines are produced in the vineyards in the Douro, they are brought to the lodge in Oporto where they are left to mellow in oak casks. During ageing the intense fresh fruitiness and vigour of this fine Port matures into the smooth yet assertive Lodge Reserve. Superb served on its own or with dessert or cheese. $13/$49
Hartley and Gibson Amontillado Sherry- Made from native Palomino grapes, this Spanish Sherry is a medium amber colour. On the nose orange peels, saline, acacia and beeswax. On the palate full bodied with low acidity and a moderate finish. With creamy overtones and some nutty and caramel flavors. $8/$35
Beer on Tap
Beer on Tap
Akademia Brewery (Athens, Georgia)
IQ IPA, Shiver Pilsner, Strawberry Lemon Sour
Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale in the Bottle
Strongbow Traditional Irish Cider in the Can