OLD From the Bar – Wine



De Faveri | Prosecco
9 | 34

Glera grapes coming from the vineyards around the villages of Vidor and Crocetta del Montello are vinified in the Italian method (Martinotti) with second fermentation in stainless steel tanks with natural fermentation. This wine is delicate, fruity and aromatic; its immediate freshness makes it an ideal aperitif.

Treviso, Italy | NV

De Faveri | Rosé Prosecco
9 | 34

A natural sparkling wine with intense, delicate notes. With Glera and Raboso grapes coming from the vineyards around the villages of Valdobbiadene and Vidor, the small percentage of Raboso red grapes provides a pleasant, rounded aftertaste.

Treviso, Italy | NV

Treveri | Sparkling Syrah
12 | 44

A one-of-a-kind wine that combines rich flavors of blackberry, pepper, cherries, and a hint of tobacco for a dark and delicious treat that is all its own. The growing climate for Syrah in Eastern Washington is perfect; long, hot summer days with cooler nights, combined with the rich soils left over from the Missoula Floods bring out an ideal blend of fruit and acid, allowing the winemakers to produce the finest Syrah.

Yakima Valley, WA | NV



Palencia | Albariño
11 | 42

Bursting at the seams with bright fruit flavor, this Palencia Albariño is a blend of the warmer Spanish Castle Vineyard and cooler Evergreen Vineyard within the Ancient Lakes AVA. The Spanish Castle Albariño ripened two weeks earlier than Evergreen giving a flavor profile of ripe cantaloupe, apricot, and honeydew melon. The Evergreen fruit has more citrus, lemon zest flavors that are framed with bright minerality that coats and refreshes the palate. After harvest the grapes were fermented separately for 30 days in Hungarian oak puncheons then blended together before bottling. Enjoy the Galicia style lingering mineral notes chilled with your favorite seafood & salads.

Ancient Lakes, Columbia Valley, WA | 2019

Arona | Sauvignon Blanc
9 | 34

Muritai is located a half mile from the sea in one of the windiest and driest spots in Marlborough. Whilst bud-break is 7-10 days earlier there because of the proximity of a relatively warm sea in the spring, in the summer the breeze is stronger in the Awatere than elsewhere in Marlborough. And it’s strongest where Arona is, close to the sea. More wind makes their vines less prone to disease, reducing the need for treatments. Wind also reduces temperature, lowering yields and delaying maturity so the grapes see more of the cooler fall evenings. The cool evenings mean larger diurnal temperature changes as well as longer hang times, both of which help develop the aromas and flavors that give Arona wines their unique intensity.

Marlborough, New Zealand | 2019

Vino La Monarcha | Pinot Grigio
11 | 42

The fresh evening breeze and cool summer nights gives this Frenchman Hills Vineyards Pinot Grigio the naturally refreshing floral & fruity bouquet. Aromas of Granny Smith apples, pears and tasty acid sweets smack the palate with a rush of summertime fun!

Frenchman Hills Vineyards, Columbia Valley, WA | 2016

Amity Vineyards | White Pinot Noir
12 | 46

From the vintner: It’s not often you come across a white pinot noir, which is why we strive to make our wine with a delicate touch to allow the unique properties of this red grape to come through as a white wine. We hand-pick our pinot noir grapes typically about a week earlier than when we pick for our red wines to preserve acidity. Then they are whole bunched pressed very gently which allows us to minimize maceration and have little color pick-up. All of the color and most of the tannin in red wine comes from the skin so if you press right away and press lightly you can extract the clear juice, creating a beautifully light-in-color white wine with red wine characteristics. Finally, we allow it to settle out in a tank overnight and then it is clean racked to ferment in stainless steel at a low temperature to retain aromatics. Like our white wines, it’s sur lee aged and bottled in the spring.

Willamette Valley, OR | 2018 | 2018

L’Ecole No. 41 | Chardonnay
13 | 50

Some of the best Chardonnays in Washington State are grown in the slightly cooler growing conditions of the Yakima Valley and in the northern latitudes of the Columbia Valley. The Schmitt and Oasis Vineyards (Yakima Valley) provide nice tropical fruit while Evergreen Vineyard (latitude 47 on the Columbia River) contributes crisp acidity and minerality. This classic Chardonnay offers an inviting mix of baked apple, Asian pear, and stone. With lemon oil and brioche on the mid-palate, this wine lively builds to a long mineral finish.

Ancient Lakes of Columbia Valley | 2018

Alloro Vineyard | Chardonnay

A bright and attractively floral chardonnay with pears and white flowers on the nose. This leads to a palate that offers attractive, lemon focus and a neatly restrained, focused finish.

Chehalem Mountains, OR | 2016

Warr-King | Roussanne

This 100% Roussanne spent both primary and secondary fermentation in French oak. This wine has an exotic bouquet of honeysuckle and apricot. The mouth feel is rich with hints of nectarine, honey and chamomile. This full body beauty is more reminiscent of a red wine as it is complex and ever-changing on the palate with a nice lingering finish. Roussanne is the perfect holiday food wine and pairs well with a vast array of soft and hard cheeses.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2018

Harper Voit | Élevage | Pinot Blanc

Sourced from the highest point in the Bieze vineyard, this crisp, beautifully defined wine bursts forth with ripe autumnal apple fruit, pear, highlights of graham cracker crust and a finishing hint of toasted coconut.

Eola-Amity Hills, Willamette Valley, OR | 2015



Lone Birch
9 | 34

Strawberry jam, guava, pomegranate, and hints of kiwi aromatics create an impression of sweetness on the nose that finishes dry. Fresh flavors of tart pie cherries, hints of dried cranberry, and fresh rhubarb leave the palate refreshed with crisp acidity. Fruit is sourced from their 830-acre estate vineyard located in the Yakima Valley. Blend: 83% Syrah, 17% Sangiovese

Yakima Valley, WA | 2018

Dunham | Rosé of Cabernet Franc
12 | 46

This 100% Cabernet Franc Rosé strikes a beautiful balance between bright fruit flavors and refreshing acidity. Juicy notes of strawberry, honeydew melon, and orange blossom flourish while a crisp finish cleanses the palate and begs for another sip.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2018



Iris Vineyards | Pinot Noir
11 | 42

Sweet berry fruits, a mix of strawberry and raspberry, come with a bit of red cherry also. The tannins are gentle and smooth, the finish clean and long. The oak was 10% American, the rest French.

Willamette Valley, WA | 2016

Alleromb | Cuvée B | Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Malbec
15 | 56

Alleromb’s only Bordeaux inspired blend, although they only used Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon in this vintage. This wine is meant to showcase the perfume and textures that their vineyard consistently produces across all our red wines. Using a clone of Merlot (181) meant more for secondary notes of scorched earth, floral potpourri and dark berries with great volume and plush textures rather than the typical Washington Merlot made mainly from Clone 3 which displays a firmer more present tannin and more new world fruit. Paired with Clone 6 Cabernet that displays more mocha and bay leaf with good volume and a finer tannin keeping this Cuvee fresh, perfumed and stylishly drinkable. Fermented in a combination of concrete tanks and barrels and then aged for 26 months in 30% new French oak 500L’s. Bottled Jan 2018 unfined and unfiltered.

Columbia Valley, WA | 2015

Robert Ramsay | Mason’s Red Red Blend
11 | 42

On the nose this takes on smoky accents with red and dark fruits parading. The palate shows good minerality considering the obvious heat spikes during the vintage. Blackberry and red cherry with minerals provide some easy drinking.

Columbia Valley, WA | NV

Fidélitas | 4040
16 | 64

Charlie Hoppes created 4040, named for the 4,040 acres that make up the Red Mountain growing region, as a tribute to this unique corner of the world and as an introduction to Fidélitas. We lovingly refer to 4040 as the younger sibling to our vineyard designated Cabernets and blends. For this Cabernet-dominate blend, Charlie uses specific vineyards and winemaking techniques to create a wine suited for everyday enjoyment. Enjoy bright red fruit tones, balanced by soft tannins and an expressive finish.

Red Mountain, WA | 2017

Secret Squirrel | GSM
16 | 60

Shhh! Blend: Syrah 55% Mourvedre 27% Grenache 18%

Columbia Valley, WA | 2016

Alder Ridge | Cabernet Sauvignon
15 | 58

One of Precept Wine’s most stately expressions of Cabernet Sauvignon comes from this 800-acre estate vineyard that’s now into its third decade, and winemaker Jon Zimmerman knows these Horse Heaven Hills sites after his years at Canoe Ridge Vineyard. The investment of 18 months in 40% new French oak barrels adds to the mood of blackberry and black cherry fruit, which takes in a scrape of lime peel, hint of cured meat and cherry tomato. Its youthful profile include black currant skins, chalk and pomegranate. In the background, there’s that remarkable touch of wet stone in so many wines from the Horse Heaven Hills. Blend: 97% Cabernet Sauvingon 3% Malbec

Horse Heaven Hills | 2014

Pondera | Cab Franc
17 | 62

This Cabernet Franc is such a delightful and captivating wine, delicate but in no way dull. The nose is filled with candied black cherry, ripe blueberry and pretty scents of soft violet and subdued woody spicy notes. The color is a clear sparkling ruby red with a soft hued magenta rim and legs that hypnotically flow down the glass.

The front palette is ripe black cherry, black currant and vanillin followed by wild blackberry, Marion berry and red raspberry, finishing with plum, dark chocolate and soft spices. All the flavors are so expertly integrated and balanced, in every aspect a textbook perfect wine, which is probably the reason it was awarded a Double Gold from SIP Magazine’s Best of the Northwest Competition.

Woodinville, WA | 2016

Guardian Cellars | Alibi | Bordeaux-style
15 | 58

Oh yeah, this berry-busting wine is back! The Alibi rounds out Guardian’s triple threat of Bordeaux-style blends – they started the year with Gun Metal and The Wanted and now it’s time for the Red Mountain blend. A blend of 50% Cabernet, 44% Merlot and 6% Petit Verdot this vintage is full of notes of blackberry, black cherry, italian black plum and vanilla. This is definitely a classic Red Mountain wine, it’s round, full, concentrated and dense. The finish and lovely and lifted. The Alibi was aged 21 months on 75% new French oak. Blend: Blend: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot

Red Mountain, WA | 2016

Mark Ryan | Monkey Wrench | Red Blend

This Bordeaux blend is accessible to drink today, with the depth to cellar for years to come. Presenting with dark, luscious black fruits on the nose, 2018 Monkey Wrench progresses into a voluptuous mouthfeel with cherry, baking spice, and blueberry compote on the palate.

Washington State | 2018

Efestē | Ceidleigh | Syrah

Red Mountain’s AVA is apparent as this wine opens with a slight hint of pleasant menthol aromas and grilled meats. The mouthfeel is jammy, full of candied red fruits. This wine ends with classic silky tannins.

Red Mountain, Yakima Valley, WA | 2016

Eye of the Needle | Little Italy

Smooth and well structured, delivering red cherry and blackberry flavors infused with well-proportioned layers of violet, cigar box and a flickering of cinnamon spice. Powdery tannins lend a solid grip on the satisfying finish. Blend: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Merlot, 10% Sangiovese, 10% Barbera

Columbia Valley, WA | NV

Leonetti | Cabernet Sauvignon

Penetratingly dark. Exhibiting a wonderfully complex nose of dried rosemary, sage, and lavender with subtle aromas of coffee and toffee. Remarkably refined with fantastic secondary notes – unusual in a wine this young. Delicious plum and blackberry saturate the palate and lead to a long and lush finish with soft tannins – truly emblematic of the delightful 2016 vintage.

Walla Walla Valley | 2016

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