Wine

Our wide variety of wines is tailored to fit any budget or occasion you need. We carefully select the brands and varietals we know our customers will love and are always on the lookout for new, exciting finds. If you’re looking for the perfect pairing for your next dinner party or something from Napa Valley to impress the family wine snob, you’ll find it here.

This Week's Specials

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Caricature Wines

750 ml. bottle, Selected Varieties

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Black Box Wines

3 ltr. box, Selected Varieties

Know Your Wine

Red Wines


Syrah or Shiraz

(sah-ra or shir-az)

The most popular white and can also be made sparkling. Best with beef and wild game. Taste typically has flavors of wild black fruit with overtones of black pepper spice and roasting meat.

Merlot

(mare-lo)

Perfect wine for introducing wine to anyone This wine is good with whatever food pairingt hat you would like. Taste host scents of blackcherry, plums and herbal flavors.

Cabernet Sauvignon

(ca-burr-nay so-veenyaw)

Best with any red meat Is a very full-bodied wine and gripping when young and softens with age, typically with rich current overtones.

Malbec

(mal-bek)

Best with all types of meatbased meals. Taste often gentle and produces an easy-drinking style with tastes of plum, berry and spice.

Pinot Noir

(pee-know na-wahr)

Excellent with grilled salmon, chicken and lamb. This is a delicate wine with aromatics of cherry, strawberry and plum.

Zinfandel

(zin-fan-dell)

The world most versatile wine. Great with tomato-sauce pasta, pizza and grilled or barbecued meats. Typical taste is zesty with berry and pepper overtones.

Sangiovese

(san-gee-oh-ve-zee)

Served best along with Italian or Mediterranean style cuisines. This wine is medium in body with fresh berry and plum flavors.

Barbera

(bar-bear-a)

Similar to Merlot. Food pairing are very versatile, including heavy tomato based sauces. Featuring a silky texture and favors of black cherry and plum fruit.

White Wines


Chardonnay

(shar-doe-nay)

The most popular white and can also be made sparkling. Best with fish or chicken dishes. Taste typically has buttery tone with hints of vanilla, coconut and toffee.

Sauvignon Blanc

(so-veen-yawn blah)

Best with seafood, poultry and salads. Taste ranges from sour green fruits like apples, pears and gooseberries to tropical fruits of melon, mango and black current.

Semillon

(say-mee-yaw)

Best with clams, mussels and pasta salads. Taste usally is a bit syrupy and often has the distinct fig-like character.

Moscato

(mos-cato)

Best on it’s own, without food. Taste often is sweet and always fruity, with the characteristics being grapefruity and a musky aroma.

Pinot Grigio

(pee-no gree-zo)

This wine is good with whatever food pairing that you would like. Taste is a crisp dry wine with “good acid bite.” It’s fruity flavor improves with a couple years in the bottle.

Gewurztraminer

(gah-vurtz-tra-meener)

Great for sipping and fits Asian food, pork and grilled sausages best. Taste has hints of rose petals, peaches and allspice a very refreshing dry white.

Riesling

(rees-ling)

Served often with fish, chicken and pork dishes. Tastes are lighter than Chardonnay and have aromas that include apple and get better with age.

Sparkling Wines


France

Champagne (with a capital “C”) by law can only be made in the Champagne region of France only using the Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes.

Italy

Italy’s sparkling wine is called Asti, many will remember Asti Spumante. Asti is the region in Italy and it is made with the Moscato grape

Spain

In Spain the region where sparkling wines origin is Catalonia and the wine is called Cava. Cava is made from only the Pinot Noir grape

United States

In addition to Domaine Chandon, several French producers have set up shop in the US. Traditionally, sparkling wines made in the US use Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Pinot Banc grapes.

Germany & Austria

Sparkling wine from both of these countries is called Sekt. Sekt is made from Riesling. Pinot Blanc, and Pinot Gris grapes.