c    Bin No. 24 ~ Gavi Di Gavi, Villa Rosa (Piemonte)
An arroma that hints of nuttiness and fruit, the flavor is crisp and delicate with the fruit opening to an apricot, berry-like complexity.
  Bin No. 25 ~ Pino Grigio, Santa Cristina by Antinori (Sicily)
A perfect balance of fruit and acidity. A crisp, with full and flavorful taste with lingering finish.
  Bin No. 26 ~ Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita (Alto Adige)
A dry wine with refreshing crispness and a fine balance of fruit and acidity, wich enlightens the palate and the nose with its delicate penetrating bouquet.
   Bin No. 10 ~ Montepulciano D'Abruzzo, Colimoro (Abruzzo)
A dry table wine of medium red color, medium tartness, fruit and full bodied. It is moderately aged and well balanced.
   Bin No. 11 ~ Chianti Classico, Luiano (Tuscany)
A light bodied red wine with a young fruity flavor and aroma.
   Bin No. 12 ~ Chianti Classico Reserva "Black Label", Castello Di Gabbiano (Tuscany)
100% Sangiovese, grown and bottled in the famous midieval Castillo di Gaggiano in the heart of Tuscany.
   Bin No. 15 ~ Dogajolo, Carpineto, Super Tuscan (Tuscany)
Garnet red in color, soft and fruity with an intense yet delicate bouquet. Its fulness of flavor is a result of aging casks prior to bottling. A blend of 80% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet.
   Bin No. 27 ~ Gattinara, Travaglini (Piemont)
This is a full, dry wine with a disctinctive character. We recommend serving this wine with red meats, pasta and full flavored cheeses.
   Bin No. 18 ~ Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico, Cesari (Veneto)
A rich robust wine of great depth. Produced from the sun-enriched grapes to achieve its unsurpassed complexity and body.
   Bin No. 20 ~ Nero D'Avola/Meriot (Sicily)
A fine red wine, medium bodied, with a full fruity flavor and appealing bouquet, grown in Franscesco's family vinyards.
   Bin No. 21 ~ Etna Rosso, Rampante (Sicily)
Full bodied, robust. Grapes grown on the voconic soil. Excellent with hearty pasta and game.
   Bin No. 22 ~ Syrah, Don (Sicily)
Hints of fruit and vanilla, with cocoa, well balanced with a long lingering finish.
   Bin No. 13 ~ Chianti Classico Reserva Ducale Gold, Ruffino (Tuscany)
A magnificent wine with a softness and fragrance, unmatched. Full bodied, superb aroma and bouquet. The Aristocrat of Italian wines.
   Bin No. 16 ~ Barolo, Viberti DOCG (Piemonte)
   Bin No. 14 ~ Brunello Di Montalcino II Poggione (Tuscany)
Among the most robust and sturdy of the world's red wines. Deep in color, long lived.
   Bin No. 19 ~ Amarone, Bertani (Veneto)
An arroma that hints of nuttiness and fruit, the flavor is crisp and delicate with the fruit opening to an apricot, berry-like complexity.
   Bin No. 44 ~ White Zinfandel, Beringer (California)
This wine is enjoyable as an aperitif, or as an accompaniment to light fare.
  Bin No. 45 ~ Asti Spumante, Martin & Rossi (Piemonte) $21
  Bin No. 47 ~ Imperial, Moet & Chandon (Champagne)


   Bin No. 30 ~ Zinfandel, Dellar No. 8 (North Coast)
Charactoristics of blackberries, cherries and plum make this wine both complex and robust.
   Bin No. 31 ~ Cabernet  Sauvignon Robert Mondavi (Napa Valley)
This classicaly styled wine has grown into one of our favorite estate bottled Cabernets. Rich currant fruit flavors are balanced by barrel aging.
   Bin No. 32 ~ Cabernet  Sauvignon, Souvrain (Alexander Valley)
A very drinkable style, free of any late harves character or high alchohol intensity. A perfect match to spicy foods, roasted meats and a wide variety of cheeses.
  Bin No. 33 ~ Cabernet  Sauvignon, Villa Mt. Eden (Napa Valley)
Produced from 100% varietal cabernet grapes. This wine displays fine charm in a medium bodied, drinkable style.
   Bin No. 34 ~ Merlot, Beringer (Napa Valley)
Softer, more subtle and delicate than Cabernet Sauvignon. Rich fragrance and full body with a deep aroma of black cherries.
   Bin No. 35 ~ Merlot, McManis Family Vineyards (River Junction)
Juicy, lush and smooth. Exhibiting strong cassis and black cherry flavors, it is balanced by accents of vanilla cedar and finishes sliky and long.
    Bin No. 36 ~ Merlot, Blackstone
Medium bodied, brilliant ruby red color, berry like aromas, with distinctive flavors.
    Bin No. 37 ~ Merlot, Red Diamond (Washington State)
This Washington State Merlot features a hint of jam and berries. Francesco's favorite!
    Bin No. 33 ~ Pinot Noir, Harlow Ridge
Special vineyard practices and classic red wine technique are all combined to make a Pinot Noir of true varietal aroma and flavor. Sweet cherry flavors mix with a light smokiness from small French oak aging.
    Bin No. 39 ~ Pinot Noir, Greg Norman (California)
World class Pinot Noir from Orgegon. Classy and mellow with soft tannins.
   Bin No. 46 ~ Petite Syrah, Guenoc (California)
Medium bodied red wine with light, lingering finish and reminiscent of ripe plums and blackberries.
   Bin No. 40 ~ Chardonny, Robert Mondavi (Napa Valley)
Markedly aromatic wine with pronounced varietal character. Light golden in color. medium bodied, this wine is noticably fruity, yet has a very crisp clean finish.
  Bin No. 41 ~ Chardonnay, Columbia Crest Grand Estates (Washington State)
Chardonny is universally acclaimed as one of the greatest white wine grapes. This wine has a lovely bouquet, great gold color and is an excellent food wine.
  Bin No. 42 ~ Chadonnay, Kendall-Jackson
The fruity flavors and aromas are obvious in this fine varietal. Medium bodied, this wine shows an excellent balance of fruit and acidity.
  Bin No. 43 ~ Sauvignon Blanc, Souverain (Alexander Valley)
Light floral notes with bright, crisp acidity make this wine enjoyable at any time.
   Bin No. 43 ~ Reisling, Chateau Ste. Michelle (Columbia Valley)
This wine exhibits hints of apricot with a light sweetness. Great any time.
  HOUSE WINES - By the Glass  
  Pinot Grigio $6
  Chardonnay  $6
  Riesling  $6
  White Zinfandel $6
  Merlot $6
  Cabernet Sauvigon $6
  Chianti $7
  Pinot Noir $7