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Our wine list is broken into Sparkling, White, Rosé and Red wines. We then list the wines by soil type. We believe that our wines, like the ingredients in our dishes, are greatly influenced by the place they come from and the soil in which they are grown. While our cuisine is sourced from the South, we strive to find wines that are also indigenous to the place we source them from, made with a respect for nature and true to local principles. We support local farmers as well as small growers, family producers, and naturally-made products around the world.


Limestone is made primarily from fossilized seashells, chalky in nature. These soils work like a sponge, wicking water away and storing it as reserves for the vines when water is scarce. Its alkaline nature encourages high acidity grapes to flourish. Highly valued in cool climates, this is a good place to look for austere, balanced, mineral-driven wines.

Primary Rock (granite, basalt, tuff) is a term used to describe rocks being first formed containing crystalline and no organic remains.These soils usually warm quickly, hold heat well, and have the best possible drainage. Lack of nutrients and water in topsoil causes vines to suffer and dig deep for nutrients, creating more interesting, complex, and unexpected flavors in the fruit and resulting wine.

Volcanic soils have two types; vent based & lava based. Volcanic influenced soils are found to be some of the most nutrient-rich for vine growth. Resulting wines are often powerful but with an earthy, ashy element, often savory and complex.

Metamorphic (slate, schist) is a rock formed under pressure with many color variations and mineral make-up. Dark colors retain and radiate heat, contributing to phenolic ripening, helping develop color and ripe flavors in grapes. Often gives the wine a mineral, ‘flinty’ taste.

Alluvial (clay, silt, sand) soils have good water & nutrient retention, which can translate into a more opulent style of wine. It is often found in combination with wind blown loess or loam soils. Throughout the world, these are the most prolific vine soils and a good place to look for the more fruit-forward wines on the list.

SPARKLING


Limestone

France, Château de Brézé, Crémant de Loire Rosé NV
Cabernet Franc
10/50

France, Domaine Albert Mann, Crémant d’Alsace NV
Auxerrois/Pinot Blanc
62

France, Pierre Gerbaise, “Grains de Celle,” Extra Brut, Aube, Champagne NV
Pinot Noir/Chardonnay
85

France, Christophe Mignon, Blanc de Noirs, Extra Brut, Valle de la Marne, Champagne NV
Pinot Meunier
94

France, Pierre Paillard, “Les Parcelles,” Extra Brut, Montagne de Reims, Champagne NV
Pinot Noir/Chardonnay
18/90

France, Etienne Calsac, “Rosé de Craie,” Brut Rosé, Champagne NV
Pinot Noir
98

Primary Rock

Spain, Raventós i Blanc, Blanc de Blancs, Conca del Riu Anoia 2015
Xarel-lo/Macebeo/Parellada 12
60

WHITE


Limestone

France, Domaine Thomas & Fils “La Crêle,” Sancerre 2015
Sauvignon Blanc
15/60

France, Domaine Moreau-Naudet, Petit Chablis 2015
Chardonnay
14/56

California, Dirty & Rowdy, “Familiar Blanc” 2015
Melon de Bourgogne/Chardonnay/Chenin Blanc
16/64

France, Domain Gueguen, Vaucopin, Chablis 1er Cru 2015
Chardonnay
70

Primary Rock

France, Domaine de l’Ecu “Classic,” Muscadet Sèvre-et-Maine, Loire Valley 2015
Melon de Bourgogne
12/48

California, J Brix Kick on Ranch Vineyard, Santa Barbara County 2015
Riesling
52

California, Pip, Sonoma County 2015
Chardonnay
11/44

Spain, Do Ferreiro, Rias Baixas 2015
Albariño
60

Virginia, Ankida Ridge Mountain Terrace Vineyard 2015
Chardonnay
74

Volcanic

Greece, Estate Argyros, Santorini 2015
Assyrtiko
58

Hungary, Affintás, Tokaji 2015
Furmint
10/40

Metamorphic

Austria, Nigl, “Freiheit,” Kremstal 2015
Grüner Veltliner
44

Austria, Schloss Gobelsburg, “Gobelsburger,” Kamptal 2016
Riesling
12/48

Germany, Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt, Josephshöfer, Kabinett, Mosel 2015
Riesling
58

Spain, Conreria D’Scala Dei “Black Slate La Morera,” Priorat 2015
Garnatxa Blanc/Pedro Ximénez
48

California, Wind Gap, Fannuchi Wood Road Vineyard, Russian River Valley 2016
Trousseau Gris
58

Alluvial

Italy, Scarpetta, Delle Venezie 2016
Pinot Grigio
10/40

Italy, Angelo Negro, “Serra Lupini,” Piedmont 2016
Arneis
12/48

California, Ryme Cellars “Hers,” Las Brias Vineyards Carneros 2016
Vermentino
60

Virginia, Stinson Vineyards, Monticello 2016
Sauvignon Blanc
50

California, Massican “Annia,” Napa Valley 2015
Riobolla Gialla/Tocai Fiulano/Chardonnay
75

ROSE & ORANGE


Volcanic

California, Kivelstadt Cellars, “Wayward Son,” Sierra Foothills
Rousanne/Marsanne/Viognier
58

Alluvial

France, AIX, Rosé, Provence 2016
Grenache/Cinsault
11/44

California, Lieu Dit, Rosé, Santa Barbara County 2016
Pinot Noir
62

Argentina, The Angel Oak, Valle de Uco 2016
Pinot Noir
40

FORTIFIED


Limestone

Spain, Bodegas Valdespino, “Deliciosa” En Rama Manzanilla, Sanlucar de Barrameda
Palomino
8/50

Spain, Bodegas Gutierrez Colosia, Amontillado, El Puerto de Santa Maria
Palmoino
9/55

Spain, El Maestro Sierra, 12 Year Old Amontillado, Jerez de la Frontera
Palomino
14/85

Spain, Bodegas Emilio Hidalgo, Jerez de la Frontera
Pedro Ximenez
10/60

Volcanic

Portugal, The Rare Wine Co. “Historic Series – Baltimore,” Rain Water, Madeira
Tinta Negra
13/95

Portugal, The Rare Wine Co. “Historic Series – Charleston,” Madeira
Sercial
13/95

Portugal, The Rare Wine Co. “Historic Series – Savannah,” Madeira
Verdelho
13/95

Portugal, The Rare Wine Co. “Historic Series – Boston,”Madeira
Bual
13/95

Metamorphic

Portugal, Feist, 10 Year Tawny Port, Douro
Touriga Nacional
9/55

Protugal, Feist, Late Bottled Vintage Port, Douro 2005
Touriga Nacional
8/50

Alluvial

Virginia, Foggy Ridge Cider “Pippin Gold”
Newtown Pippin
9/55

RED


Limestone

Italy, Fratelli Alessandria “Speziale,” Verduno, Piedmont 2015
Pelaverga Piccolo
46

Germany, Heger “Tuniberg,” Baden 2013
Pinot Noir
55

California, Broc Cellars, Solano County Green Valley 2014
Valdiguié
52

France, Domaine Bachelet-Monnot, Les Fussière, Maranges 1er Cru, Burgundy 2015
Pinot Noir
90

France, Bénédict et Stéphane Tissot “Singulier,” Arbois 2015
Trousseau
90

Primary Rock

France, Marcel Lapierre “Raisins Gaulois,” Beaujolais 2015
Gamay
10/40

California, Fable Vineyards, Sonoma County 2016
Pinot Meunier
62

Italy, Fattoria di Sammontana, Chianti 2015
Sangiovese
12/48

France, Famille Dutraive “en Papolet,” Chénas 2016
Gamay
78

California, Lioco “Sativa,” Mendocino 2016
Carignan
68

California, Cruse Wine Co. “Monkey Jacket,” North Coast 2016
Carignan/Valdiguie/Tannat
72

California, Arnot-Robert, North Coast 2015
Syrah
82

Spain, Alejandro Fernandez “Tinto Pesquera,” Crianza, Ribera del Duero 2014
Tempranillo
74

Volcanic

Oregon, Chehalem “Three Vineyards,” Williamette Valley 2013
Pinot Noir
14/56

Oregon, Evening Land, Seven Springs Vineyard, Eola-Amity Hills 2014
Pinot Noir
85

Italy, Graci, Etna Rossa, Sicily 2014
Nerello Mascalese
68

California, Hartford Court, Russian River Valley 2014
Pinot Noir
65

California, Lieu Dit, Santa Ynez Valley 2015
Cabernet Franc
56

California, Stolpman “Cuadrilla,” Santa Ynez Valley 2015
Syrah/Grenache/Sangiovese
56

Metamorphic

California, Failla, Sonoma Coast 2015
Pinot Noir
76

Spain, Bernabeleva “Camino de Navaherrors,” Vinos de Madrid 2015
Garnacha
12/48

Spain, Descendietes de Jose Palacios “Pétalos,” Bierzo 2015
Mencia
64

Spain, Vall Llach “Embruix,” Priorat 2014
Garnacha/Carinena/Syrah
56

California, Vermillion by Keplinger, North Coast 2014
Grenache/Mouvedre/Syrah
78

California, Upwell, Lodi 2015
Cabernet Sauvignon
11/44

Alluvial

Italy, G.D. Vajra, Langhe 2015
Nebbiolo
13/52

France, Gilles Robin “Papillion,” Crozes-Hermitage, Rhone Valley 2014
Syrah
72

Italy, Bruna Grimaldi “Camilla,” Serralunga d’Alba 2012
Nebbiolo
92

France, Domaine Anne Gros & Jean-Paul Tollot “La 50/50,” Côtes du Brian 2015
Grenache/Syrah/Carignan
60

France, J.L. Chave Selection “Mon Couer,” Côtes du Rhône 2015
Syrah/Grenache
14/56

Italy, Montepoloso “A Quo,” Tuscany 2013
Cabernet Sauvignon/Montepulciano/Sangiovese
56

California, Ridge “East Bench,” Sonoma County 2015
Zinfandel
75

California, Alexander Valley Vineyards, Alexander Valley 2015
Cabernet Sauvignon
14/56

France, Château Haut-Montplaisir, Cahors 2014
Malbec
11/44

Argentina, Angel Oak “Reserva,” Valle de Uco 2014
Malbec
60

California, Robert Sinskey, “POV,” Carneros 2014
Merlot/Cabernet Franc/Cabernet Sauvignon
88

Argentina, The Angel Oak “Assemblage Reserva”, Valle de Uco 2014
Cabernet Sauvignon/Malbec/Merlot
65

DESSERT WINE


Limestone

Virginia, Linden, Late Harvest
Vidal
10/40

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