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Our wine list is broken into Sparkling, White, Rosé/Orange 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.


Sedimentary (limestone, sandstone, silex, slate) rock soils are made from solidified mineral or organic deposits. These soils work like a sponge, wicking water away and storing it as reserves for the vines when water is scarce. Highly valued in cool climates, this is a good place to look for austere, balanced, mineral-driven wines and bubbly!

Igneous (volcanic, granite, basalt) rock soils are formed by lava flows above and below the Earth’s surface. Volcanic soil is formed from molten lava and ash deposited from the Earth’s surface. Granite is a plutonic rock formed deep under the Earth’s surface. Resulting wines are typically powerful with an earthy, ashy element, often savory and complex.

Metamorphic (slate, schist, gneiss) rock soils are formed under pressure from other types rocks, with many color variations and mineral make-up. Dark colors retain and radiate heat, contributing to ripening, helping develop color and more interesting flavors in grapes. Wines can have an underlying mineral quality and can be quite powerful, yet balanced.

Alluvial (clay, silt, sand) soils have good water and nutrient retention, which can translate into a more opulent style of wine.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


Sedimentary

Italy, I Clivi “RBL” Spumante Brut Nature
Ribolla Gialla
58

Spain, Clos Lentiscus, Blanc de Noirs Brut Nature, Cava 2012
Sumoll
68

Italy, Tullia Brut Prosecco de Treviso NV
Glera
48

Spain, Avinyo, Reserva Brut, Cava 2015
Macabeu/Xarel-lo/Parellada
12/48

Italy, Scarpetta “Timido” Spumante Brut Rosé NV
Pinot Noir
11/44

France, Etienne Calsac “L’échappée Belle” Blanc de Blancs, Champagne NV
Chardonnay
18/78

France, Marie Courtin “Resonance” Blanc de Noirs Extra Brut, Champagne 2014
Pinot Noir
88

Alluvial

California, Cruse Wine Co. “Pet-Nat,” Ricci Vineyard  Carneros 2017
St. Laurent
68

 

WHITE


Sedimentary

Italy, Borgo del Tiglio, “Milleuve” Venezia Guilia 2017
Tocai/Malvasia/Chardonnay/Sauvignon/Riesling
13/52

Austria, Sohm & Kracher “Lion”, Weinviertal 2017
Grüner Veltliner
52

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

Spain, Bodegas Ponce “Reto”, Manchuela 2016
Albilla
52

California, Wilde Farm, Alder Springs Vineyard Mendocino 2017
Chardonnay
60

Spain, Partida Creus “VN,” Massis de Bonastre 2017
Vinyater/Xarel-lo/Moscatel/Garnacha Blanc
54

France, Bailly-Reverdy Les Monts Damnés, Sancerre 2016
Sauvignon Blanc
75

Igneous

Italy, Frank Cornelissen, “MunJebel” Terre Siciliane 2017
Grecanico Dorato/Carricante
98

Spain, Do Ferreiro, Rias Baixas 2015
Albariño
60

Oregon, Brooks, Willamette Valley 2016
Riesling
11/44

Greece, Domaine Sigalas, Santorini 2016
Assyrtiko/Athiri
12/48

Metamorphic

Austria, Paul Achs, Burgenland 2017
Chardonnay
11/44

France, Château l’Oiselinière “de la Ramée,” Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine 2016
Melon de Bourgogne
11/44

California, Cruse Wine Co., Rorick Vineyard Sierra Foothills 2017
Chardonnay
67

France, Thomas Batardière “L’Espirit Libre,” Anjou 2016
Chenin Blanc
52

Alluvial

California, Massican “HUSK,” Napa Valley 2017
Sauvignon Blanc
14/56

Virginia, Stinson Vineyards, Monticello 2016
Sauvignon Blanc
50

Spain, MicroBio “Correcaminos,” Rueda 2017
Verdejo
58

California, Ashes & Diamonds ”Blanc No. 1,” Napa Valley 2015
Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon
79

ROSE & ORANGE


Sedimentary

Slovenia, Movia, “Rebula” Brda 2015
Ribolla Gialla
12/48

Alluvial

France, Clos Cibonne, “Tradition” Rosé, Provence 2016
Tibouren/Grenache
13/52

France, Domaine Tempier, Rosé, Bandol 2017
Mourvèdre/Grenache/Cinsault
90

California, Robert Sinskey “Vin Gris” Rosé, Carneros 2018
Pinot Noir
66

Australia, Yetti and the Kokonut, McClaren Vale 2017
Savagnin
70

Oregon, Minimus Antiquum Farm, Rosé Willamette Valley 2017
Pinot Gris
58

California, Jolie-Laide Fanucchi – Wood Road, Russian River Valley 2017
Trousseau Gris
64

France, Vignoble du Rêveur “Artisan,” Alsace 2017
Gewürztraminer/Pinot Gris
60

FORTIFIED


Sedimentary

Spain, Equipo Navazos, Fino En Rama, Jerez de la Frontera
Palomino
8/50

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

 

Igneous

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, Niepoort, Tawny Port, Douro
Touriga Nacional
7/70

Portugal, Niepoort 20 year, Tawny Port, Douro
Touriga Nacional
18/180

 

RED


Sedimentary

France, Rene Cacheux Bourgogne Passetoutgrains 2015
Gamay/Pinot Noir
46

Oregon, Omen, Rogue Valley 2017
Pinot Noir
13/52

Slovenia, Movia, “Modri” Brda 2011
Pinot Noir
88

Italy, Danilo Thomain, Enfer d’Arvier, Valle d’Aosta 2016
Petit Rouge/Pinot Noir/Gamaret/Gamay
78

Spain, Partida Creus “SM,” Penedes 2017
Sumoll
73

California, Whitcraft Winery “Liquid Swords,” Santa Barbara County 2014
Pinot Noir
66

Italy, Gianfranco Alessandria, Dolcetto d’Alba, Piedmont 2015
Dolcetto
44

New York, Element Winery, Finger Lakes 2013
Pinot Noir
70

France, Sylvain Pataille Bourgogne 2016
Pinot Noir
76

France, Domaine Le Petit St. Vincent Les Poyeaux, Saumur-Champigny 2015
Cabernet Franc
89

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

Spain, López de Heredia “Viña Bosconia,” Rioja Reserva 2006
Tempranillo/Garnacha/Mazuela/Graciano
88

Italy, Cerbaiona “Rosso VDT,” Vino da Tavola NV
Sangiovese Grosso
18/72

France, Château le Puy “Emilien,” Cotes des Bourdeaux 2015
Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Cabernet Franc
87

Igneous

France, Jean-Louis Dutraive “Le Pied de la Rue,” Fleurie 2017
Gamay
80

France, Anne et Jean-François Ganevat “Le Jaja du Ben,” 2017
Gamay/Poulsard/Field Blend
82

France, Domaine Chapel “Côte de Bessay,” Juliénas 2017
Gamay
73

France, J. Mourat, Fiefs Vendéens 2017
Cabernet Franc/Pinot Noir/Négrette/Gamay
10/40

France, Guy Breton, Morgon 2017
Gamay
78

France, Marcel Deiss, Saint-Hippolyte Alsace 2017
Pinot Noir
75

California, Easton, Amador County 2014
Zinfandel
12/48

Italy, Passopisciaro “Passorosso,” Etna Rosso 2015
Nerello Mascalese
86

France, Comte Abbatucci “Faustine,” Ajaccio Rouge 2014
Sciaccarellu/Niellucciu
72

France, Glles Troullier “De-Là” Cotes Catalanes 2015
Syrah
58

Metamorphic

Austria, Moric, Burgenland 2016
Blaufränkisch
69

California, Forlorn Hope, “ The Kerrigans” Poor Ranch Vineyard Mendocino 2017
Carignan
56

 

Alluvial

Austria, Sattler, Burgenland 2016
St. Laurent
12/48

California, Martha Stoumen “Post-Flirtation,” 2016
Carignan/Zinfandel
62

California, Joey Tensley Wines “Fundamental,” Central Coast 2017
Cabernet Sauvignon
14/56

California, Pax Wines “The Hermit,” North Coast 2014
Syrah
64

Lebanon, Château Musar, Beeka Valley 2010
Cabernet Sauvignon/Carignan/Cinsault
82

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

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

Italy, Tenuta di Trinoro “Le Cupole,” Toscano Rosso 2016
Cabernet Franc/Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon
75

Washington, Domaine Magdalena, Red Mountain 2016
Cabernet Sauvignon
78

California, Bedrock “Old Vine,” 2016
Zinfandel
60

 

DESSERT WINE


Sedimentary

Virginia, Linden, Late Harvest
Vidal
10/40

France, Phillipe Tessier, “Roger Tessier”, Cour-Cheverny Moelleux 2015
Romoarantin
11/66

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