RICHARD PARTRIDGE, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2005
$18 $72
Napa Valley
Aromas of cassis, plums, vanilla, and cloves. The mouth is ripe and opulent, full of red fruits and berry flavors. The tannins are balanced and velvety, with a long, persistent, fruit-driven finish.

JUSTIN, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2006
$16 $61
Paso Robles
Aromas of raspberry, bing cherry, and an assortment of spice, vanilla and leather make up the nose. The finish contains soft, yet prevalent tannins with hints of caramel, cedar and toasted oak.

TERRA VALENTINE, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2005
$22 $83
Napa Valley, Spring Mountain District
The nose opens with deep plum, violets, cedar and bittersweet chocolate. Bright cola and berry flavors follow with notes of caramel and dried fig with a lingering, dark cocoa finish.

HITCHINGPOST, “Generation Red,” 2006
$11 $42
Santa Barbara County
A Cabernet Franc dominated blend that also includes Merlot and Syrah. Fruit-forward and spicy with notes of blackberry. A balanced wine that will complement food that has bold flavors.

BLACK SHEEP FINDS, “Genuine Risk,” 2005
$13 $49
Santa Ynez Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon (87%), Merlot (11%), Petite Verdot (2%). Flavors of dark fruit like plums and blackberries on the palate. A good acidity and soft tannins make this an easy-drinking wine that is anything but a risk.

EPIPHANY, “Gypsy,” 2004
$15 $57
Santa Barbara County
Mourvedre (40%), Grenache (40%), & Syrah (20%). Mourvedre tends to be an intense wine heavy on tannins, but the fruit and richness of the Grenache softens the wine, while the spice and body of the Syrah gives it structure. On the nose are hints of black cherry, allspice, vanilla and hints of leather followed by a silky smooth texture on the pallet with a light vanilla finish.

CHAPPALLET, Mountain Cuvee, 2006
$18 $68
Napa Valley
Complex spice aromas and concentrated sweet fruit abound in this wine. The aromas entice with blackberry and ripe plum mingling with clove and vanilla. The mouth is alive with berries, cherries and spicy oak. Smooth and full, this approachable wine offers a long, lingering finish.

VINES ON THE MARYCREST, "My Generation", 2005
$16 $60
Paso Robles
Zinfandel (45%), Syrah (28%), Mourvedre (18%), Petite Sirah (9%). From winemaker Victor Abascal: “A Zinfandel from our estate vineyard and the neighboring, Remo Belli Vineyard, is blended with the classic Rhone varietals. A huge, ripe super-tanker of a wine. Round and full, this is a perfect example of the ‘new’ breed of Paso Robles wine.”

VINES ON THE MARYCREST, “Round Midnight”, 2005
$16 $60
Paso Robles
Syrah (45%), Mourvedre (33%), Grenache (22%). From winemaker Victor Abascal: “Sophisticated and bold. A classic Rhone style blend. Balanced and fruit-forward. Tastes of berries, cherries, rhubarb and hints of vanilla.”

LONGORIA, Blues Cuvee, 2006
$20 $76
Santa Barbara County
The nose has fragrant, almost floral aromas with a good dose of cherries and sandalwood with other spices also being evident. Cabernet Franc (38%), Syrah (28%), Malbec (14%), Merlot (10%) Cabernet Sauvignon (10%).

HDV (Hyde & de Villaine), “Belle Cousine,” 2004
$21 $79
Napa Valley
This Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon blend opens with earthy aromas and notes of spice, blackberry, red fruits, and sweet vanilla. Following is a dense core of black cherry and hickory smoke. Soft mineral tannins accompany the black cherry core through the mid-palate and on to a long finish.

BUTTONWOOD, Cabernet Franc, 2004
$10 $38
Santa Ynez Valley
Herbaceous and spicy, this cabernet franc is also fruit-forward with smooth tannins, which make it a great wine to go with just about anything.

LANG & REED, Cabernet Franc, 2007
$14 $53
Napa Valley
The aromatics of this wine are a little darker than previous vintages with black cherry, sage and herbs de Provence overlaid with a touch of cedar and cigar box scents. The wine hits the palate in a smooth flow of black cherry with silky tannins making this a rich but easy to drink.

MINER, Merlot, 2005
$18 $72
Napa Valley, Stagecoach Vineyard
Rich ripe fruit and spice notes with touches of toasty oak, this Merlot has fine tannins on the lengthy finish.

TAZ, Pinot Noir, 2006
$13 $49
Santa Barbara County
A blend of two vineyards: North County vineyard in Santa Maria Valley and Fiddlestix Vineyard in the Santa Rita Hills appellation. The two vineyards juxtapose silky smooth with floral notes to big and lush with cherries and dark red berries on the nose and palate.

AU BON CLIMAT, Pinot Noir, 2007
$15 $57
Santa Barbara County
From winemaker Jim Clendenen: “Plum and spring strawberry flavors of ABC SB Pinot are simply delicious. There is nothing pretentious here, just well balanced, nicely textured, brightly fruity wine that seems to go with everything.”

MORGAN, Pinot Noir “12 Clones,” 2007
$15 $57
Monterey, Santa Lucia Highlands
Leather, toast, minerals and vanilla, with cherry-berry, rose petal, cola, dried herbs, and some spicy/earthy notes, in a balanced and integrated style. Medium-bodied and broadly structured on the palate.

PATZ & HALL, Pinot Noir, 2006
$20 $76
Sonoma Coast
Bright, fresh cherry and strawberry flavors on the nose. These aromas are echoed on the palate, where complex layers of mulled cherries, strawberries and raspberries intermingle with spicy cinnamon and clove elements.

AMPELOS, Rosé of Syrah, 2007
$12 $45
Santa Ynez Valley
A nose of strawberries and watermelon give way to a mouth of ripe raspberries and currants. A spicy wine, this rosé is done in the provençal style with a soft tannin structure that comes from the 3 days of 35% skin contact the winemaker allowed for.

ETHAN, Sangiovese/Syrah, 2006
$16 $61
Paso Robles & Santa Maria Valley
Sangiovese (60%) from Paso Robles and Syrah (40%) from Santa Maria Valley. From winemaker Ethan Lindquist: “This wine has many layers to it and it is also very complex. I get multiple berry fruits off it with hints of cherry and blueberry as well. It has deep spices and white pepper to it.”

BABCOCK, Syrah, 2006
$9 $34
Santa Barbara County
A cuvee of several Santa Barbara Syrah vineyards, and as noted by the winemaker: “This may be one of the most aromatically smoky and gamey Syrahs I have ever made. It strikes me like a lot of the wines I have had out of the Rhone’s Cornas area; grilled and rustic, but with a richness and weight that is still the hallmark of good Syrah.”

MELVILLE, Syrah, 2007
$13$49
Santa Ynez Valley, Verna’s Vineyard
Heady spice components of dried herb, anise, white pepper, lavender, pumpkin pie and tamari that juxtapose against notes of black cherry, dark tropical fruits and purple beets. Aromas of sweet barbecue play with a floral perfume of honeysuckle.

JC CELLARS, Syrah “California Cuvee,” 2006
$15 $57
Santa Ynez Valley & Monterey
Earthy aromas followed by black cherry and white pepper. Anisette and lavender along with freshly cracked pepper on the palate, intertwining with black cherry and subtle crème brulée notes. Also made with Petite Syrah (21%).

KEN BROWN, Syrah “A” Cuvee, 2005
$20 $76
Santa Barbara County
Balanced and rich, with a velvety texture and elegant tannins. Aromas of dark plum and black pepper are accented by a hint of cinnamon stick. Lightly toasted French oak nicely complements the intensity of the fruit on the palate.

CHANANDON, Pinot Meunier, 2007
$10 $38
Napa Valley, Carneros District
Rich, vibrant aromas of lavender, plum, and white pepper with hints of raspberry, nutmeg and sweet tobacco. Flavors of cherries, plums and strawberries linger on the palate. This medium bodied wine is great by itself, or with hearty meat dishes.

Jade Mountain, Mourvedre, 2005
$10 $38
Contra Costa County
This wine has a smoky character and aromas of ripe black cherry and raspberry. On the palate are black-cherry flavors and subtle hints of dried fruit. The finish is smooth and creamy, with a touch of chocolate raspberry and soft tannins.

D’ARIE, Zinfandel, 2005
$15 $57
Shenandoah Valley, Amador County (Northern California)
A classic spicy Zinfandel that has big, bold fruit. An old vine Zinfandel, this wine is not the port-like syrupy mess that is sometimes associated with Zins. Black pepper and dark fruit on the nose and palate with a long, lingering finish.

CANA RYLAND, Malbec, 2007
$16 $61
Contra Costa County
Earthy warmth, rich fruit textures and exotic finish characterize this European varietal.

Rosenblum Cellars, Petite Sirah, 2005
$13 $49
Rhodes Vineyard, Redwood Valley
Excellent balance and intense fruit-driven bouquet showing black cherries, currants and dark plums with elements of black pepper, anise and violets.

Cambiata, Tannat, 2005
$15 $57
Monterey
Tannat is a grape from the Pyrenees Mountains that is now grown in Monterey. This wine displays an indigo color, mouth filling tannins and rich flavors that define Tannat. It has rich blackberry and licorice flavors on the palate.

BOKISCH, “Garnacha,” 2006
$11 $42
Lodi
Dense and spicy. Subtle notes of pomegranate and cassis along with a slightly floral quality in the nose. Layers of strawberry and bright fruit combine in the palate for a lengthy finish. A medium-bodied wine, this Garnache shows excellent balance, fresh acidity and bright flavors. Grenache (97%), Tempranillo (3%).

BOKISCH, Tempranillo, 2006
$13 $49
Lodi
Aromas of ripe blackberries, cassis and hints of coffee. It is luscious and round on the palate with delicately integrated tannins and a soft finish. Black currants and raspberry flavors combine beautifully with some clove spice and moderate acidity. As in the traditional style of the Rioja, it is blended with their highly-prized Graciano. Tempranillo (90%), Graciano (7%), Grenache (3%).




BOKISCH, Albariño, 2007
$9 $36
Lodi
Aromas of Bosc pear, Fuji apple and mandarin rind. It is medium bodied with pleasing tropical notes followed by a lingering finish. This Albariño shows excellent balance with its vivid, crisp acidity making it a wonderful accompaniment to seafood.

LONGORIA, Albariño, 2007
$19 $76
Santa Ynez Valley, Clover Creek Vineyard
A fragrant mixture of blossoms, cantaloupe and brown spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon. On the palate there are flavors of melons and spices. It has a long, refreshing finish due to the naturally high acidity.

FLORA SPRINGS, Chardonnay, 2007
$10 $40
Napa Valley
Rich flavors of peach and pear with a hint of pineapple on the palate. A rich wine that has a bright acidity, which can pair beautifully with food or simply be enjoyed alone.

ALMA ROSA, Chardonnay, 2007
$11 $44
Santa Barbara County
Tropical fruit aromatics characteristic of Chardonnay from Santa Barbara County. Citrus-apple acidity and a just-barely noticeable oak presence. A firm, angular and crisp Chardonnay, which is especially complementary with food.

KEENAN, Chardonnay, 2007
$12 $48
Napa Valley, Spring Mountain District
This wine has citrus, ripe pear and green apple in the nose. Hints of lush white peach are noticed as the wine opens up. A touch of oak character returns on the finish as well as a hint of minerality. Crisp acidity and medium body will accompany a wide variety of foods.

MORGAN, Chardonnay, 2007
$15 $60
Monterey, Santa Lucia Highlands, Rosella’s Vineyard
On the nose, this wine shows ripe pear and passion fruit with floral, nutty and sweet spice components. Crisp and clean on the palate, additional flavors include nuts, apricot and butterscotch. Fruit and acidity are in balance with lots of mineral notes.

NEYERS, Chardonnay, 2006
$20 $80
Carneros
This wine has a creamy texture and notes of toast, or grilled bread, in the aroma. A great balance of citrus and mineral flavors. While full-bodied, this is an easy-to-drink Chardonnay.

FOXEN, Chenin Blanc, 2007
$12 $48
Santa Maria Valley, Ernesto Wickenden Vineyard “Old Vines”
Santa Maria Valley, Ernesto Wickenden Vineyard “Old Vines” Ripe melon and floral notes of honeysuckle on the nose. This is a light- to medium-bodied wine that finishes with pure, clean fruit.

EPIPHANY, Grenache Blanc, 2007
$13 $52
Santa Barbara County, Camp Four Vineyard
Peach, grapefruit and honeysuckle flavors on the palate. Ripe, citrusy fruit flavors, steely mineral notes and pleasing texture while still retaining crisp acidity to complement many styles of food. About 85% of the wine was aged in stainless steel.

RADOG, Riesling, 2007
$11 $44
Monterey, Santa Lucia Highlands
Floral notes on the nose with white rose and orange blossom are dominant along with a strong candied citrus note as well. The mouthfeel is smooth and, despite the residual sugar, is eased by a good acidity.

BRANDER, Sauvignon Blanc, 2008
$9 $36
Santa Ynez Valley, Los Olivos
Crisp and dry, with floral aromas and true varietal expression, this wine combines cold tank fermentation with a small portion of barrel fermentation. Citrus flavors of grapefruit and pineapple complement a well balanced wine.

FIVE VINTNERS, Sauvignon Blanc, 2007
$11 $44
Napa Valley
Cold fermented in stainless steel, this is a light and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc. With a good balance of citrus and mineral flavors, this wine pairs well with many types of food.

FROG’S LEAP, Sauvignon Blanc, 2007
$12 $48
Napa Valley, Rutherford
Aromas of lemongrass, citrus blossoms and wet stone. This Sauvignon Blanc is crisp with a good acidity that makes it very food friendly.

SCHWEIGER, Sauvignon Blanc, 2007
$12 $48
Sonoma, Uboldi Vineyards
The aromatics of this wine blend a broad spectrum from lemongrass, citrus, and green apples to apricot, melon, and tropical fruits. These fruit characters are very present in the mouth, accompanying a crisp finish with lingering tropical components. The acidity of this wine makes it refreshing and food friendly.

STAR LANE, Sauvignon Blanc, 2006
$12 $48
Santa Ynez Valley
Aromas of wild spring flowers, pineapple and mandarin orange on the nose. The wine is barrel finished, which adds rich lemon curd and grapefruit flavors.

MINER, Viognier, 2007
$11 $44
Madera, California, Simpson Vineyard
Aromatically complex with citrus and honeysuckle notes on the nose and a plush feel on the palate, this Viognier consistently displays a fine balance of natural acidity and intense concentration.




SCHARFFENBERGER, Brut, NV
$12 $48
Anderson & Mendocino Valleys
This sparkling wine is made from Pinot Noir (65%), which produces a red fruit forward nose (cherry and plum) combined with Chardonnay (35%) which adds the tropical expression of lychee nut, hazelnut and mango. Notes of vanilla cream character producing a round and full-bodied wine, in addition to freshly baked bread and pastry that enhances the more fruit-forward style of the wine.

FRANK FAMILY, Blanc de Noir, NV
$20 $80
Napa Valley
This vibrant sparkling wine is immediately distinguished by its stunning rose petal hue. The aroma is bursting with fresh strawberry, cherry, toasted hazelnuts and warm baked bread.

ROEDERER ESTATE L’EMERTAGE, Brut, 2002
$23 $92
Anderson Valley
On the nose are baked apples and buttery crust with notes of apricot and delicate vanilla bean. The mouthfeel is creamy, expresses flavors of quince and bread crust with a clean and crisp yet long finish.


QUADY, Elysium Black Muscat, 2007
$10 $40
Madera
From the winemaker: “one of the very few black skinned muscats. If ripened to about 25 brix, it attains a rose-like aroma and litchi like flavor. This rose-like aroma led us to name the wine Elysium, Greek for heaven.” 375 ML, 2.5oz glass.

JC CELLARS, Late Harvest Viognier, 2005
$16 $64
Lodi
Honey with a hint of beeswax initially greets you. A touch of Noble Rot intensifies the fruit characteristics: peaches, apricots and cinnamon-baked apple explode from the glass. Decadently rich yet light nectar captures your heart on your first sip. 375 ML, 2.5oz glass.




  CLOS DU VAL, Napa Valley, 2005
$72
  SCHWEIGER, Napa Valley, Spring Mountain District, 2005
$80
  VOLKER-EISELE, Napa Valley, 2005
$84
  AMIZETTA, Napa Valley, 2004
$90
  FRANK FAMILY, Napa Valley, 2005
$90
  TURNBULL, Napa Valley, 2005
$90
  PRIDE MOUNTAIN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley,
  Spring Mountain District, 2006

$132
  DARIOUSH, Napa Valley, 2006
$170

  STAGS’ LEAP WINERY, Napa Valley, 2006
$77
  JC CELLARS, Napa Valley "Frediani Vineyard", 2005
$90

  ETHAN, Santa Ynez Valley, 2005
$72
  PEAY VINEYARDS, Sonoma “La Bruma,” 2006
$94
  JC CELLARS, Napa Valley “Haley’s Reserve,” 2005
$120

  KEENAN, Napa Valley “Spring Mountain,” 2005
$48
  WHITEHALL, Napa Valley, 2006
$57
  PRIDE MOUNTAIN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley,
  Spring Mountain District, 2006

$112

  FOXEN, Santa Ynez Valley “Range 30 West,” 2005
$76
  MINER, Napa Valley “Odyessey Blend,” 2005
$80
  LONGORIA, Santa Ynez Valley “Evidence,” 2005
$88

  MELVILLE, Santa Ynez Valley “Santa Rita Hills,” 2007
$65
  LUCIA, Monterey "Santa Lucia Highlands" 2007
$80
  DAVID BRUCE, Sonoma "Russian River" 2007
$84
  FIDDLEHEAD, Santa Ynez Valley “Seven Twenty Eight,” 2006
$88

  FRANK FAMILY, Napa Valley, 2006
$68
  JC CELLARS, Sonoma, "Arrowhead Mountain Vineyard" 2005
$70
  LA CAPILLA, Paso Robles, 2005
$84




  TALLEY, Arroyo Grande, 2007
$51
  GIOIA, Santa Barbara County, 2007
$52
  PATZ & HALL, Napa Valley, 2007
$76
  FANK FAMILY, Napa Valley, 2007
$64

  BUTTONWOOD, Santa Ynez Valley, 2007
$36
  FIDDLEHEAD, Lompoc “Happy Canyon,” 2007
$52

  STAGS’ LEAP WINERY, Napa Valley, 2007
$50
  COLD HEAVEN, Santa Ynez “Santa Rita Hills,” 2007
$52
  PRIDE MOUNTAIN VINEYARDS, Napa Valley,
  Spring Mountain District, 2006

$84







ALESMITH BREWING COMPANY, India Pale Ale (IPA), 7.25% ABV

$6
San Diego
Medium to full body with a deep golden/light amber color. Aromas begin with pleasantly strong hop flavors, balanced with a rich malt backdrop that fades into a dry finish with a lingering hoppiness.

ANCHOR BREWING, Anchor Steam Ale, 4.9% ABV

$6
San Francisco
The classic of American brewing tradition since 1896. A deep amber color, thick creamy head and rich flavors. “Steam” was a nickname for beer brewed in primitive conditions on the west coast in the 19th century… exactly why, remains unclear.

LAGUNITAS BREWING COMPANY, Pilsner, 5.3% ABV

$6
Petaluma
Refreshing, gold colored lager with a balanced mouthfeel of floral, grassy hop aromas layered with malt sweetness. Lager is German for storage - lagers are “bottom fermented” and require longer aging than ales (“top fermented”).

SIERRA NEVADA BREWING COMPANY, Pale Ale, 5.6% ABV

$6
Chico
Flagship beer that made Chico famous with a deep amber color and full bodied complex character. Cascade hops give it its fragrant bouquet and spicy flavor.

MAD RIVER BREWING COMPANY, Steelhead Extra Pale Ale, 5.6% ABV

$6
Humboldt
Since 1989. A bright golden hued ale, with a medium body and crisp spicy/floral hop. A pleasing mouthfeel that goes with everything.

STONE BREWING, Levitation Ale, 4.4% ABV

$6
Escondido
A deep amber ale that defies gravity with rich malt flavors, a big hoppy character, citrus overtones (courtesy of hops and special brewers yeast) and modest alcohol.




STONE BREWING, “Oaked” Arrogant Bastard Ale, 7.2% ABV

$7
Escondido
Pours a deep amber color, almost reddish brown. Pronounced hops upfront with a sweet caramel malt base balanced with chocolate/coffee overtones.

LAGUNITAS BREWING COMPANY, India Pale Ale (IPA), 7.2% ABV

$6
Petaluma
Full bodied with a deep, copper color and aromas of pine, citrus and herbs. Classically hoppy made from 43 different hops and 65 various malts.

STONE BREWING, Smoked Porter, 5.9% ABV – 22 ounces

$10
Escondido
A deep mahogany color. This porter is rich, full-bodied and robust, it is also smooth with chocolate and coffee-like flavors complimented by a “smoky” character (specialty peat smoked malt).

RUSSIAN RIVER BREWING, Damnation Ale (Belgian), 7.75% ABV - 750ML

$20
Santa Rosa
Brewmasters interpretation of a Belgian style Strong Golden Ale. Extraordinary aromas of banana and pear with mouth filling flavors of sweet malt and earthy hops. Lingering finish is dry and slightly bitter but very smooth.

HOPF FAMILY BREWERY, Hopf Helle Weisse, Wheat Beer, 5.3% ABV – 500ML

$10
Upper Bavaria, Germany
Subtle flavors of banana and fruit from the special processing of private yeast culture. A smooth refreshing taste with champagne like bubbles that make it a great thirst quencher and food partner.

SCHRONRAMER FAMILY BREWERY, Surtaler Light Pilsner, 3.4% ABV - 500ML

$10
Upper Bavaria, Germany
Tastes like a robust heavyweight beer but sports reduced calories. Floral aromas with the sophisticated taste of 225 years of brewing tradition using the rarest Bavarian “barke” malt.



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