Wines by the Glass





2018 GEORGES DUBOEUF Wildflower Chardonnay

Pays d’Oc AOC, France




2020 FOLONARI Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio delle Venezia IGT, Italy




2018 MOSELLAND Piesporter Michelsberg Riesling

Piesporter, Mosel, Germany





2017 MEZZACORONA Pinot Noir

Dolomiti IGT, Italy




2020 FINCA LA LINDA Malbec

Mendoza, Argentina




2018 WENTE 'Southern Hills' Cabernet Sauvignon

California, USA





2020 MONGARDA Prosecco Extra Dry

Glera. Blanc. Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore DOCG, Italy.

An exceptionally complex grower prosecco farmed entirely by hand without chemicals on steep extinct volcanoes.


NV PERE VENTURA Reserva Brut Cava

Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada. Blanc. Cava DO, Alt Penedès, Spain.

The champagne from Spain, bottle fermented and buiscuity with the unique flavours of Catalonia’s native varieties.


NV VENTURINI BALDINI ‘Montelocco’ Lambrusco

Salamino. Red. Lambrusco DOC, Reggio Emilia, Italy. 

One of the finest examples of Italy’s unique red sparkling wine. Brilliant with duck, mushrooms, and tatar. Extra dry. Champagne from Spain, bottle fermented and buiscuity with the unique flavours of Catalonia’s native varieties. 



Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier. Blanc. Champagne AOC, France. 

An expressive and hospitable champagne, generous in both fruit and minerality. Peach, white flowers, vanilla pod.


2009 DOM PÉRIGNON Millésime Brut

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay. Blanc. Champagne AOC, France. 

A blend from vineyards in 21 villages, Dom Pérignon remains a platonic ideal, a symphony of Champagne’s terroir.


200 ml Bottle

NV PERE VENTURA ‘Tresor’ Barrique Gran Reserva Brut Cava

Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada. Blanc. Cava DO, Alt Penedès, Spain.

Aged at least 30 months in bottle during secondary fermentation after a first fermentation in oak. Lovely bubbles


200 ml Bottle


Macabeo, Xarel·lo, Parellada. Blanc. Cava DO, Alt Penedès, Spain.


Rose by the Bottle

2020 PAGO CASA GRAN ‘Casa Benasal’ Rosé

Syrah & Monastrell. Valencia DO, Spain.

A thirst quenching, nourishing rosé, glamourously hued in pink, dancing on the palate like a strawberry kiwi sorbet.t.lo


Whites by the Bottle

2018 HENRY OF PELHAM Riesling

Niagara Peninsula VQA, Ontario, Canada.

A dry, cool-climate expression of Ontario’s darling, Riesling. Enjoy the vitality of fuity crispness balanced by a slight residual sweetness on the palate pulling the soaring acidity into balance. Friendly notes of lemon and rose petals.


2018 MENTI ‘Riva Arsiglia’

Garganega. Gambellara DOC, Veneto, Italy.

From the steep calcareous slopes of Soave’s older, more serious brother appelation. This bright white wine races across the palate with notes lemon peel, almonds, grilled apple, apricot, pear, biscuit, and cut grass. Biodynamic. 



Sauvignon Blanc. Sancerre AOC, Loire Valley, France. 

Sancerre is the leanest, raciest, most elegant expression of Sauvignon Blanc, grown in the cool northerly Loire. Find a floral and mineral driven aroma with notes of honey, grapefruit pulp and peel, fresh cut grass, and crab apple.


2019 CHÂTEAU ARGADENS Bordeaux Blanc

Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon. Bordeaux AOC, Entre-Deux-Mers, France. 

Fruity citrus aroma, gentle oak, and stony minerality. Finesse and balance in a fuller bodied style. Bordeaux is the birthplace of Sauv Blanc where it is traditionally blended with Semillon for restraint, structure, and length of finish


2019 PIERRE SPARR Alsace One

Muscat, Riesling, Pinot Gris. Alsace AOC, France

A fresh and invigorating blend from three of Alsace’s flagship varieties, showing supple notes of lychee, firestone, grass, pineapple, and papaya. A clean wine that dances on the palate, partnering well with leaner proteins. 


2019 LOUIS JADOT Chablis

Chardonnay. Chablis AOC, Burgundy, France.

The crunchiest expression of white Burgundy, Chablis offers a glimpse into Chardonnay’s most fleet-footed expres-sion, famed for its flinty chalk-like minerality, food-friendly salinity, and light-bodied flavours of citrus and pear.


2019 FERDINAND Albariño

Napa Valley AVA / Vista Luna Vineyard, Lodi AVA, California, USA.

From one of Napa’s most famous winemakers, Evan Frazier of Kongsgaard, comes this spanish varietal side project.

This wine is as refreshing as it is complex, a dry, racy, fuller bodied version of Albariño, Spain’s answer to Riesling.


2018 HESS Napa Valley Chardonnay

Napa Valley AVA, California, USA. 

An approachable medium-bodied Napa Chardonnay that shows oak spice and buttery notes without smothering the fruit with oaky overindulgence. The Chardonnay reveals this warmer terroir with notes of peach, honey, and melons.


2019 WILLM Gewürztraminer Réserve

Alsace AOC

All the tell-tale charms of Gewürztraminer with the traditional off-dry boost of sweetness, this wine promises a gorgeous bouquet of lychee, rosewater, grapefruit, ginger, honey, and tropical fruits. Wonderful with our Paprikash.



Willamette Valley AVA, Oregon, USA.

From the volcanic soils of Oregon’s world famous Willamette Valley, Pinot’s most famed new world terroir. Perfectly balanced with dazzling notes of pear, peach, and apple. A terrific pairing partner for our famous Dill Pickle Soup.


2018 YALUMBA Eden Valley Viognier

Eden Valley, Barossa, Australia.

Fermented and matured in for 10 months in older French oak barriques and puncheons, this Viognier presents gorgeous aromas of fresh apricots, lifted giner, saffron, and white flowers over a luscious body with mild acidity.


Red by the Bottle

from light bodied to medium bodied

From light bodied to full bodied

2019 AVERILL CREEK Pinot Noir

Cowichan Valley VQA, Vancouver Island BC, Canada.

A vision of the cool-climate wine possible in Canada, a true terroir bottling of Pinot Noir from the masterful hand of winemaker Brent Rowland. This whole-cluster, perfectly oaked Pinot Noir is crunchy with fresh fruit and lovely grip.


2020 ZILLINGER ‘Revolution’ Solera Red

Cabernet Sauvignon, Zweigelt, Roesler. Weinviertel, Austria. .

A wild wine from a wild vigneron in Northeast Austria, this is a multi-vintage blend of intoxicating herbaceously Cab Sauv, zippy lean Zweigelt, and inky Roesler for a uniquely complex red, fleetfooted and bursting with currants.


2018 CHÂTEAU DES JACQUES Moulin-à-Vent

Moulin-à-Vent AOC, Cru Beaujolais, France. 

An expressive and hospitable champagne, generous in both fruit and minerality. Peach, white flowers, vanilla pod.


2018 BIRGIT BRAUNSTEIN ‘Heide’ Blaufränkisch

Burgenland DAC, Austria. 

The perfect wine for Eastern European pork dishes. Blaufränkisch is Austria’s calling card red and Birgit is the matriarch of biodynamics in the Burgenland. Her vineyards buzz with life! Peppery, savoury, blackberry’d delight



Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc. Bordeaux Supérieur AOC, France.

A medium bodied Bordeaux boasting those classic bell-peppery accents over plums and black currant notes. Having aged almost a decade, hints of dried fruit and truffles are beginning to appear, unfolding more as this wine breathes


2016 FERRATON PÈRE & FILS ‘La Source Rouge’ Saint-Joseph

Syrah. Saint-Joseph AOC, Northern Rhône, France. 

Ferraton, an iconic producer of Syrah in its birthplace, the Northern Rhône. His Saint-Joseph exudes the granite minerality of the soils it grows on. Find blueberries, pepper, ozone, crushed rocks, and that classic bacon fat note.


2018 VIETTI Barbera d’Alba ‘Tre Vigne’

Barbera. Barbera d’Alba DOC, Piemonte, Italy. 

Barbera, the Piemonte red we drink while we wait for our Barolo to age. A bold, chewy, high-acid wine that’s absolutely delcious with red meat and wild game. Lovingly integrated oak spice supports cherries, plums, and herbs.


2018 TENUTA PERANO Chianti Classico

Sangiovese & Merlot. Chianti Classico DOCG, Tuscany, Italy.

Center-cut traditional Chianti boasting notes of tart cherry, grape tomato, leather, graphite, cedar, mushroom, thyme, and a balsamic-like lift. A wine of simple pleasures and slow living.


2020 CHIUSA GRANDE ‘Vinosophia’ Rosso

Montepulciano. Montepulciano d‘Abruzzo DOC, Italy.

The rich black cherry, plummy joy of Montepulciano, Italy’s second most planted red grape. This wine delivers warmth and structure without overwhelming the meal. Medium bodied but drinks deeply of slightly stewed dark fruit


2015 CVNE Rioja Gran Reserva

Tempranillo, Mazuelo, Graciano. Rioja DOCa, Spain. 

Aromas of sweet fruits, blackberries, figs, plums, and licorice over a medium body, nuanced by caramel, spice, and tobacco notes from the required two years in oak and dried fruit from a further three years in bottle before release.


2018 MAISON SICHEL Margaux Rouge

Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot. Margaux AOC, Bordeaux, France. 

Complexity on the nose, with overripe, jammy fruit aromas, vanilla, and spice. As it opens, this Margaux reveals the French oak character of its six to eight months spent ageing in barriques. 


2016 CASTELGIOCONDO Brunello di Montalcino

Sangiovese Grosso. Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Italy.

A wonderfully generous vintage that gifted Montalcino’s famous Sangiovese’s ripe, tender tannins, this Brunello has a terrific mouthfeel and all the tell-tale notes of red fruit, dried mediterranean herbs, liquorice and espresso.


2017 SAVE OUR SOULS Sagrantino

Murray Darling, Australia.

Save Our Souls is the side label of Aussie Pinot Noir legend, William Downie. This Australian spin on Italy’s most tannic grape, Sagrantino, is one of the most exciting new directions in Australian wine. Richly fruited and unique.


2019 PAGO CASA GRAN ‘Casa Benasal Crux’

Syrah, Monastrell, Garnacha Tintorera. Valencia DO, Spain

A dark and juicy GSM from the birthplace of Grenache (Garnacha) and Mourvèdre (Monastrell), high up in mountain basin of Les Alcusses. An inky, chalky, rich red, jammed with plum and stewed blueberry notes galore


2019 CIRILLO ‘The Vincent’ Survivor Vine Grenache

Barossa Valley, Australia. 

A truly mystifying wine from 100+ year old own-rooted Grenache vines hand farmed and delicately fermented for a unique expression, worthy of the epithet given the best Grenache’s: the Pinot Noir of the warm lands. Vibrant energy.



Willamette Valley AVA, Oregon, USA. 

A bold biodynamic Pinot of place and substance, reflecting the famed volcanic terroir of Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Generous and beautifully integrated oak supports a denser, darker interpretation of Pinot Noir’s countless virtues.


2017 COLUMBIA CREST Horse Heaven Hills (’H3’) Merlot

Columbia Valley AVA, Washington, USA. 

An excellent Merlot at an excellent price, richly oaked, bold and jammy, imagine every kind of stewed plum boosted by subtle notes of earthy, smokey cocao and newly tanned leather. Best served with grilled dark meats.


2013 TORRES ‘Purgatori’

Cariñena, Garnacha, Syrah. Costers del Segre DO, Catalonia, Spain.

Neighboring Priorat, this full-bodied, smooth, deep-ruby wine is a virtuous balance of ripe strawberries, cherries, and white pepper with an elegant oak spice. A perfect pairing for duck if you’d like a wine richer and riper than Pinot.


2017 DIRTY LAUNDRY ‘Bordello’

Merlot, Cab Sauv, Malbec, Cab Franc. Osoyoos & Similkameen Valley BC, Canada.

Full bodied with smooth tannins and a rich mouthfeel, showing flavours of dark berries, sage, vanilla and cigar box. As the wine opens, notes of graphite, black liquorice, clove, and peppercorn gently emerge.


2018 JOEL GOTT Zinfandel

Lodi & Sonoma, California, USA. 

A classic Cali Zin at an excellent price, not overripe, balanced acidity, and all the Zinfandel charms of raspberries, blackberries and dried cranberry with notes of clove, cinnamon, and vanilla from a solid 20% new oak aging regime


2017 JIM BERRY ‘The Lodge Hill’ Shiraz

Clare Valley, Australia. 

A juicy wine from the high altitudes of the Clare Vally, producing fleetfooted Syrah that checks all the boxes of Aussie boldness while maintaining structure and acidity to not overwhelm dinner. Classic berry fruit and peppercorn beauty.


2015 QUINTA DO CRASTO ‘Superior‘ Red

Touriga Nacional, Touriga Franca, Tempranillo. Douro DOC, Portugal. 

The incredible value in Portuguese reds cannot be understated, this is a stunning wine that has only improved with age, bold rustic tannins and dark dried fruit over notes of walnut and earth. The perfect partner for our Veal Chop.


2016 CHATEAU STE. MICHELLE ‘Cold Creek’ Cabernet Sauvignon

Columbia Valley AVA, Washington, USA.

From Washinton’s first winery, a splendid Cab Sauv for fans of the richer style, loaded with cassis and oaky cinnamon and vanilla, promising cocao and cigar box notes on the finish. An unapologetically luscious style


2009 BERSANO Barolo ‘Nirvasco‘

Nebbiolo. Barolo DOCG, Piemonte, Italy.

The beguiling mystique of aged Barolo is not for the feint of heart. Mouthwatering tannins have preserved this wine over the decade to provide us those precious aged notes of tar and roses. Find too dried cherry, truffle, and rosemary.


2016 M. CHAPOUTIER ‘La Bernardine’ Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre. Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC, Southern Rhône, France. 

Among the most elegant CndP’s, from a benchmark producer in the best vintage since 1990. A gorgeous bouquet rich in flowers, red fruit, leather, liquorice, and herbs. Aged in concrete to highlight the fruit without any oak influence.


2016 PAUL JABOULET ‘Les Cedres’ Châteauneuf-du-Pape

Grenache & Mourvèdre. Châteauneuf-du-Pape AOC, Southern Rhône, France. 

A more brooding expression of CndP yet still approachable in its youth, find a dusty minerality laid atop a dark berries, with notes of violet, smoke, espresso, black olives, and vanilla singing along. Aged in large old oak.


2016 CANALICCHIO DI SOPRA Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

Sangiovese Grosso. Brunello di Montalcino DOCG, Tuscany, Italy. 

Crafted from the estate’s oldest vines, this bewitching Bruenllo is intensely balsamic in fragrance, flaunting mint and rosemary on a backdrop of dark, rain-soaked soil. Flint and tobacco notes hover in the background. The palate is pure and upright. Tight, linear tannins penetrate the compact core of black brooding berries. Then, the palate is suddenly refreshed by a tangy, stony minerality.


2017 CASA RAIA ‘Bevilo’ Super-Tuscan

Sangiovese Grosso, Cab Sauv, Merlot. Rosso Toscana IGT, Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy.

Profoundly rich without losing the grace and nuance of Sangiovese, an Italian portmanteau for the blood of Jove. Find Brunello’s tell-tale tobacco, herb, and leather over dried cherry over elegant French oak spice. Biodynamic.


2016 BOLLA Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Corvina, Rondinella, Corvinone. Amarone della Valpolicella Classico DOCG, Veneto, Italy.

From dried grapes, this bruiser clocks in at 16% and has all the style and grace of a championship boxer. Having reined in the muscular tannins of yore for an earlier drinking style, this Amarone still has heaps of power.