Our Wines are also available for retail purchase to take home at 15% off our regular price.

We are now proud to offer Copperhill Brewery on draft. We also have a few options in the can or bottle for retail as well.

Wine Menu

White Wine

Bin 300 Crios – 2017 Argentinian Torrentes 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 S. African Chenin Blanc  Indaba meaning “Come Together”, describes this socially and environmentally conscious winery 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 Featured Wine of the week. Ask your server for more information.

Bin 303 Loveblock – 2019 New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc The wine has lifted aromatics of white peach, pineapple, and elderflower on the nose. An elegant and contemplative palate follows on with the cantaloupe, Cape gooseberry and crushed, sweet meadow grass. The finish is long and distinctively Sauvignon Blanc, with linear acidity balanced by creamy mouthfeel and layers of texture. Wine Spectator 90 Pts  $13/$42

 

 

Bin 304 Licia – 2019 Spanish Albarino    Straw yellow with greenish hues, and strong varietal characteristics. Hints of citrus, green apple and quince jelly. With notes of fresh herbs and minerals, it is full bodied and well balanced. $11/$37

Bin 305 Hahn Estate Aroyyo Seco – 2017 California Chardonnay Light and mellow aromas of lemon and yellow pear show on the nose. The palate is tense and full of citrus flavors, leading into a slightly sour cream finish. Wine Enthusiast 88 Pts $11/$36

Bin 306 Montagny Premiere Cru 2017 – This white Bergundy (Chardonnay) from Maison Louis Latour, has an attractive freshness and fragrance with white peaches and hazelnuts, making for a very approachable nose. The palate has a bright pear and melon edge with good acidity and some tropical notes to close. James Suckling 90 pts $16/$61

Bin 307 Rombauer – A 2018 Carneros Chardonnay that is full-bodied and buttery yet showing impeccable balance. With fresh honey and citrus notes, it is extremely versatile and goes well with a huge range of foods. $17/$80

Red Wine

Bin 308 Barista – A 2020 South African Pinotage displaying an intense nose, with a bouquet of coffee, chocolate and cherry, and meaty, savoury hints. The tannins are ripe, perfectly suiting the round and mouth-filling plum and mulberry fruit. $10/$34

Bin 309 Barkan Reserve – A 2016 Kosher Cabernet Sauvignon wine from Israel with full bodied rich fruit – forward dark cherry and raspberry notes and subtle hints of oak with medium tannins and a long finish. $13/$45

 

Bin 310  Heinrich – A 2017 Austrian Blend that is easy to drink while exhibiting the quality of its native red grape varieties. Zweigelt serves as the wine’s base, providing soft and juicy red-berried fruit while notes of tobacco and spice come from Blaufränkisch. A small percentage of St. Laurent lends floral aromas and refreshing acidity. Wine Enthusiast 90 pts $10/$34

Bin 311 La Postolle Cuvee Alexandre – This 2017 Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon is from the same family who produced Gran Marnier. From a single vineyard in Chile, this elegant wine has aromas of black current and round tannins with a toasty, cherry finish. $14/$47

Bin 312  Featured Red Wine. Ask your server for more information.

Bin 313 Paso A Paso – A 2018 Spanish Tempranillo from DO La Mancha Spain. Bright violet color, with aromas of red berries 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. “A good buy for the price.” James Suckling, 90 pts   $8/$27

Bin 314 Crocus L’Atelier – A 2016 French Malbec from the Cahors region of the south of France where Malbec originated, this wine is a collaboration of Paul Hobbs and Bertrand Gabriel Vigouroux. With a beautiful dark garnet color, it exhibits fresh aromas of violet and cherry blossom.The palate is smooth, giving black cherry, fresh raspberry and ripe blueberry flavors, finishing with firm tannins and bright acidity.   $12/$39

Bin 315 Salice Salentino  – A 2015 vintage this Negroamara grape is indigenous to the Cantele region of southern Italy and with a DOC designation is a great value for the price. This fresh medium bodied red shows a mix of raspberry, blackberryand herbs with moderate tannins and a creamy finish. $8/$28

Bin 316 Featured Red Wine. Ask your server for more information.

Bin 317 Boen – A 2017 California Pinot Noir with aromas of dark plum and white pepper, this wine is well-structured and framed by dry Italian herbs with notes of cinnamon and clove spices. Abundant blackberry bramble and touches of maraschino cherry fill the mid-palate. Wine Spectator 91 pts $14/$48

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 Iscosoles – This 2016 blend of Cab Sauv, Cab Franc and Merlot from Paso Robles, exhibits a mouthful of complex flavors of cassis, vanilla, black cherry and a bit of cocoa with chewy tannins to create a perfect marriage of flavors. $17/$75

Bin 320 Rombauer – 2018 California 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 – A  2017 Merlot, 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 – This Cabernat Sauvignon is from the Wagner family known for their production of Caymus wines. It exhibits a beautiful balance of hazelnut, cocoa and blackberry with a suggestion of licorice, spice and vanilla and persistent soft tannins on the finish.$17/$56

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

Dessert Wines

 

Pacific Rim Vin de Glacier –  A 2016 late harvest organic ice wine with notes of honey, pear and jasmine.       $35/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

Copperhill Brewery (Copperhill, Tennessee) $8

Ocoee IPA

Sunny Days Golden Ale

Burra Brown Ale

Samuel Smith Nut Brown Ale in the Bottle – $8

Strongbow Traditional Irish Cider in the Can – $8