Cellar Sunday

Every Sunday, we will select a bottle or two from our cellar to pour exclusively by the glass. These bottles are not on the shelves. In fact, they aren’t even on the wine list. These are hard to find, library pulls that we usually only have one bottle of.

 

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Over 200 different producers. 50+ off menu selections. And a library program for backdated vintages.

Every wine tells a story.

From the soil, to the vines, to the nurturing hands of cultivation. Through the fermentation journey, all the way to the cellar where it rests, waiting for it’s story to be shared.

With a selection of over 300 bottles, our Certified Sommeliers will help you find the perfect story to connect with

Our latest Cellar Sunday selections…

2000 Robert Mondavi Zinfandel
This is a 24 year old bottle! After Prohibition, Mondavi built the first major winery in Napa Valley. He dreamed of making wines in California that could stand up to the the best wines in the world. The grapes for this particular zin are grown on some of the most highly regarded vineyard land in the state— the To Kalon Vineyard in Oakville.
2019 Royal City Syrah
This is Royal City Syrah! The vines in Stoneridge Vineyard are grown in extraordinarily harsh conditions— rocky topsoil, inconsistent water from an underground creek and extreme heat during the growing season. But, it’s the struggle that sets their wine apart; there’s some kind of magic in that land that works miracles and produces world class wine. This Syrah is dark, complex. Cherries, currants and coffee.

Join us for a glass and savor the magic of a wine that year after year, beats the odds.

2003 Savigny Les Beaune
This is a 21 year old bottle from Domaine Jean Luc Dubois ! It’s a vintage Burgundy. It’s unfiltered, small batch, and grown sustainably—this bottle comes from 50+ year old vines.

“Wine to me is something that brings people together. Wine does promote conversation and promote civility, but it’s also fascinating. It’s the greatest subject to study. No matter how much you learn, every vintage is going to come at you with different factors that make you have to think again.”

– Robert M. Parker, Jr., Founder of the Wine Advocate

Join us on Sundays from 4:30 to 9:00.