The wine opens with bold and powerful aromatics. The palate is bright, with forward notes of citrus and a mid-palate of star fruit, pear and citrus flavors. Pair this wine with grilled meats, seafood, or pasta with cream sauce. The combination of its rich mid-palate, smooth tannins, and acid structure makes this wine unusually versatile at the table.
Candoni pinot Grigio, Italy, '11
This is just such a great wine! One of the best finds of the summer, in fact. It is crisp, well put together, and sophisticated. There is a rich, pear-like nose, which is followed by a crisp acidity, a medium body and a delicious mouth feel. It is a great accompaniment to fish, pasta, or chicken dishes.
Valley of the Moon Pinot Blanc, California, '10
Aromas of baked apple, peach, and lychee nut are enhanced with mineral notes. Integrated fruit flavors of pear, white peach, and green mellon lead to a rich mouthfeel and lengthy finish that is balanced with bright acidity.
Dry Creek Vineyard Chenin Blanc, '09 Clarksburg, California
A beautiful Chenin, definitely among the best in California. Although it is dry, and very crisp in acidity, it's so fruity it almost tastes off-dry. The flavors are green apple, lemons, lime and pineapple. Works great as an alternative to Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio.
Husch Chenin Blanc, California, '12
Chenin Blanc can be very dry, or on the slightly sweeter side. This Chenin Blanc is one of the sweeter versions of that varietal. A wonderful wine that has flavors of orange peel and honey. It is still crisp, balanced, and ready to be enjoyed now.
Riesling is the grape responsible for the great white wines of Germany's Rhine Valley. California Rieslings also reflect the wonderful fruit aromas and flavors of this noble grape. These wines will appeal to those looking for a sweeter wine.
Waterbrook, Washington, '10
A classic Washington Riesling with apricot and tangerine on the fragrant nose. The rich mouth feel is lush with notes of vanilla, spice, and orange. On the finish, it is balanced and clean with just hints of lingering residual sugar.
Von Hovel Riesling, Germany, '08
This off-dry Riesling has notes of slate that are almost smoky in their intensity, while the fruit is vibrant and lively. The apple and lime flavors are delivered abroad a cream-textured palate, balanced by crisp acidity.
Eroica Riesling, Washington, '11
The 2011 Eroica Riesling exhibits aromas and flavors of white peach, grapefruit and sweet lime, with subtle mineral notes. The mouth-watering acidity is beautifully balanced by the flavorful Washington Riesling fruit.
The spice, spritzy Gewurztraminer grapes create wines with lovely floral bouquets. These wines are delicious with a wide range of cuisines.
Sineann, Resonance Vineyard, Oregon, '11
A very intense Gewurztraminer with spicy perfume of lychee and guava fruit on the nose. Rich and plush on the tongue, with flavors of tropical fruit and lime. This wine has the weight and structure on the palate to be a serious match for intense flavored, savory cuisine. We recommend the Apple Glazed Pork chop with this wine.
Gundlach Bundschu, California, '11
This is an outstanding dry Gewurztraminer. It is as easy to drink as it is hard to say. Fragrant aromas of white flowers, clementine and allspice burst from the glass followed by luscious flavors of Asian pear, lime, guava and passion fruit spiced with coriander. The round, plush palate is accentuated with delicately woven mineral notes and crisp acidity leading into to a long, vibrant finish. Wonderfully bright and fresh in its youth, this classic, dry Gewürztraminer will continue to develop complexity up to fifteen years from vintage
Pierre Sparr, Reserve, France, '04
Bone dry but supple, with intense fruit and body on the palate. Perfectly balanced, it offers hints of sweetness and spice on the finish.
Sauvignon Blanc offers diners a wonderful alternative to Chardonnay. Indeed, we recommend Sauvignon Blanc as the preferred choice to accompany lake trout.
Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc, Australia, '10
A knockout. Varietally-expressive nose that offers grapefruit peel, lemon, orange, tangerine, anise, pepper and tarragon. Densely packed and penetrating, with superb definition to the flavors of lemon, grapefruit, licorice and peppery herbs. This wine is really pristine, and uncompromising on the very long, spicy finish.
Geyser Peak, California, '12
Geyser Peak is famous for this style of Sauvignon Blanc. It has fresh grassy elements, with citrus and mineral notes, passion fruit and melon flavors. This wine offers authentic varietal character that can be appreciated by both the novice and the connoisseur.
Decoy, California, '11
This wine was fermented exclusively in stainless steel to achieve a lively expression of Sauvignon Blanc, highlighting ripe grapefruit, lemon-lime, and fresh-cut grass aromas. The palate is bright and balanced, adding flavors of guava and pineapple, leading toward a mouthwatering finish!
Verget, Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons, France, '11
Made from Chardonnay grapes in the Burgundy region of France. It has aromas of lemon, grapefruit pith, green pepper, and geranium. Supple and nicely concentrated, with a silky texture and attractive peppery lift. Rich and round in style.
Domaine Thomas & Fils, La Crele, Sancerre, France, '10
The Thomas' own about 33 acres of vines, dedicated almost exclusively to Sauvignon Blanc, the grape type of Sancerre. The vines average 35 years in age, and the site is characterized by its very high aromatic tones and minerality. All of the grapes are hand-harvested, and the wine is fermented in stainless steel. From a tasting stand point, it is clear that the wines possess exotic fruit and a wave of tropical flavors. The nose leaps out of the glass, bursting with bright candied citrus and pineapple aromas.
The small, white Chardonnay grape creates the most complex and celebrated white wines in the world. American Chardonnays now rival the white Burgundy wines of France. Chardonnay is one white wine capable of enhancing any dish from red meat to fish.
Chalone Estate Grown Monterey County, '10
Capturing the distinctive characteristics of our unique terroir, the Estate Chardonnay holds fragrant aromas of ripe pear, green apple, hazelnut, vanilla and baking spice. Bright fruit flavors glide across a lithe and supple mid-palate, balanced by toasty oak and a creamy texture. The vineyard's limestone soils leave a distinct footprint with a minerality that persists through the middle and holds the finish. The fine balance of vibrant acids with weightier oak influences makes an excellent match to rich, creamy foods.
Chateau Ste. Michelle, Washington, '11
Chateau Ste Michelle's goal with the Columbia Valley Chardonnay is to make a pleasurable, food-friendly Chardonnay. Fragrant aromas of apple and citrus, with flavors of lime zest, vanilla, and spice, have a delightfully fresh finish. It is light-bodied, which makes it a very nice, easy drinking wine.
Chateau Souverain, California, '10
Peach, pear and pineapple fill the nose of this Chardonnay. On the palate the wine is creamy and round with luscious flavors of lemon and pear that harmonize with notes of vanilla bean and spice. The wine has bright acidity and long, lingering finish.
Clos Du Bois, California, '09
The wine's silky smooth texture is overlaid with bright juicy flavors of rich, ripe apple and pear, lingering into a fresh, satisfying finish. This rich Chardonnay is ideal with roasted poultry or other white meats, creamy pasta dishes, or seafood with a creamy butter sauce.
Owen Roe Corvidae 'Mirth,' Washington '09
Mirth means happiness, and this wine is just that. It is a clean, vibrant Chardonnay. Flavors of golden delicious apples, meyer lemon, and just a hint of ripe tropical fruit marry beautifully while a balanced acidity gives it a bright, clean finish. Pair with chicken, pork, or our smoked trout salad.
Mer Soleil Silver "Unoaked," '11 Santa Lucia Highlands
Simple our favorite Chardonnay on the list. It has seamless fruit flavors of grapefruit, lemon and gooseberry, that shine through from the start to the finish. The higher acidity in this wine makes it a perfect accompaniment to a wide array of foods, from fresh summer salads, to poultry and fish.
Pinot Noir is the grape responsible for the great wines of French Burgundy, and it yields the same complex flavors to some of California's best winemakers. Pinot Noirs are subtle and complex red wines with rich fruit flavors and exquisite earthiness. Perhaps no other red wine compliments fine dining as well as a great Pinot Noir.
Siduri Russian River Valley, California, '11
The 2011 vintage is one of the most remarkable in the vineyards history. It shows great fruit concentration, with a combination of red and black fruits, but yet also shows restraint, balance, great acidity and backbone and a finish that seemingly goes on and on.
Trapiche Oak Cask, Argentina, '10
This is a medium intensity Pinot Noir. It has complex red fruit aromas of cherry and sour cherry, a subtle hint of toasted bread, vanilla and butterscotch. There is an excellent balance of fruit, acidity, and sweetness in this wine.
Light brick red in color, this wine boasts aromas of cherry cola, sassafras, red raspberries, and light cinnamon. In the mouth, you start with flavors of cranberry, wild strawberries, cherry, and sandalwood. It finishes with a wonderful mouthful of blueberries.
Parker Station, '10
The sole purpose and pleasure at Parker Station is to remind people why they love Pinot Noir. This medium to full-bodied Pinot Noir displays enticing cherry, plum and strawberry fruit flavors on the nose and palate, complemented by nuances of spice, clove and herbs and a hint of toasty oak. The wine is round, balanced, and eminently drinkable.
Drew "Fog Eater" Anderson Valley Cal. '09
The Fog-Eater is all about showcasing the North West end of Anderson Valley where the fog lingers and the ocean breezes keep temperatures moderated. This coastal cooling encourages beautiful structure, lively freshness and pure fruit. This is a stunning Pinot Noir. The wine offers everything you want in a fine coastal Pinot: crisp acidity, a dry, silky mouth feel, refined tannins, complexity, and age ability. The flavors include red cherries, wild raspberries, fig and floral scents with a hint of fresh herbs and nutmeg. The aromas are very complex, and the wine has tense structure, with high tones and deep wild red fruits. Fog Eater also has a solid, mouthwatering finish.
Zepaltas, Russian River Valley, '10
This is a blend of two vineyards, Nunes (North Santa Rosa) and W.E. Bottoms (Occidental), where the former contributes the intense fruit aromatics, and flavors, and the latter adds the structure and rustic qualities. On the nose, intense raspberry, cherry and rhubarb pie jump out of the glass. While the vibrant acidity is present, this wine has a silky, plush feel that makes the wine ready when you are.
The history of this grape is still rather mysterious, but it produces a distinctive wine representing California at its best. Amenable to a wide range of wine styles, our represent the more full-bodied approach to this great grape. These rich red wines compliment most red meat entrees on the menu.
Duckhorn, Decoy, California, '09
This enticing Sonoma County wine highlights a bright red-fruit and spice expression of Zinfandel. The aromas are ripe and appealing, offering layers of strawberry jam, raspberry and sweet vanilla, and hints of chocolate-covered cherries and white pepper. On palate it is full and well balanced, with lovely cranberry notes and a subtle influence of oak.
Ravenswood, Sonoma "Old Vines," '08
Ravenswood winery has been making Zinfandels from Sonoma County fruit for over 30 years. This old vine Zinfandel is a classic representation of the region's best. Ripe berry fruit in the nose follows concentrated flavors of blackberry and black cherry. It is a varietal focused Zin, with a touch of cinnamon and vanilla in the finish. This is a wine that offers layers of flavor, a succulent center, balanced acids and structural tannins.
St. Francis, Old Vines, '09
There is a firm, dynamic acidity that drives this wine, lifting the juicy fruit away from the deeper mineral tannins and then bringing them back together through a long finish. Air brings up the details of plum, pear and jasmine, the wine shows exuberance as it rolls over and begs for a wonderful steak
Tobin James, Paso Robles, California, '09
Like most of Toby's wines, this Ballistic Zinfandel is a rock 'em sock 'em Zinfandel, big, rambunctious, powerful and full of spice and sass. The wine is packed with ripe, juicy fruit and plenty of richness.
Rombauer, St. Helena, California, '10
Deep purple in color; powerful aromas of wild berries, clove, and plum emerge from the glass. Luscious, juicy layers of black cherry, blackberry and boysenberry integrate with nuances of allspice and burst on the palate. Berry flavors linger for an extended finish. In our wine tastings, this wine has been a real favorite. We have paired this wine with our flourless Chocolate torte and it was out of this world.
Cabernet is the crown jewel of California red wines. It is also the principal grape used in the great wines of Bordeaux. No other grape produces the depth, complexity, and richness of a good Cabernet.
Chateau Souverain, '09
Rich aromatics of roasted coffee, black and red fruit on the nose lead to flavors of black cherry, black plum and blackberry on the palate. The high percentage of Cabernet Sauvignon creates dark, brooding yet structured tannins along with subtle layers of vanilla, bittersweet chocolate and baking spices. This balanced wine offers a well-structured mouthfeel that contributes to a long, toasty oak finish. It is a wonderful introduction to Alexander Valley. Blend: 94% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Syrah, 1.5% Petite Sirah, 1.5% Cabernet Franc.
Franciscan, Napa Valley, '10
A wonderful Cab that is rich, round, and full-bodied layered with blackberry, cherry, dried plums, and a hint of cocoa. It has generous weight on the palate and smooth, mouth-filling tannins. The finish lingers with flavors of rich cassis and black cherry.
Beringer, Knights Valley, '10
This Cabernet has aromas of blueberry, dark plum, baking spices, sweet licorice, brioche, and a hint of granite. On the palate, it presents ripe flavors of boysenberry and ripe blue fruit, accented by soft subtle tannins and a long black fruit-infused finish.
NXNW is a unique lens for capturing the essence of terroir, and the quality of wines from this great emerging winegrowing region. This wine has flavors of cherry liquor, dark chocolate, blackberry, toast, black currant, and raspberry juice. It has firm, thick tannins and a long, supple finish.
Hahn Estates Meritage, California, '04
This wine was easily Hahn's best red Bordeaux style wine. It is rich in ripe, attractive blackberry, cherry and cassis fruit, with complex, smooth tannins. It has a sweet spice aroma of plum and vanilla. It is soft and subtle. Available in a limited quantity enjoy now!
Silver Oak, Alexander Valley '96
Only 2 bottles of this vintage wine left in stock! The nose on this Vintage California Cab is very nice and intense. It has a soft and rich mount-feel, with a nose of cedar and cherry, coffee and olive. The tannins are soft and rich. Note: please let this wine breath for awhile before drinking, as it will open up wonderfully with just a bit of time. Available in a limited quantity enjoy now.
Joel Gott, '10
The winemaker uses grapes from California's premier winegrowing regions including Napa, Lake County, Mendocino, Lodi and Sonoma for this 815 blend. It offers engaging and layered aromas of blackberry and dark plum with hints of spice, cedar and vanilla. The polished tannins and velvet texture lead to an elegant and long finish.
Kenwood, Jack London, Napa, '09
This is a very famous single-vineyard Cab. It's dry and fairly tannic, with blackberry, cherry and tobacco flavors that finish spicy and seemingly sweet. This vintage is known for its chewy deliciousness. This wine needs someone who appreciates big tannic wines, someone who will enjoy it with our Steak Bercy or other red meat entrée.
BR Cohn Silver Label, '10
This is a medium-bodied and easy drinking Cabernet. It opens with yeasty red-fruit aromas and a touch of smoky oak before finishing clean. This is so nice that when you finish, you will want another bottle!
Historically, the Merlot grape was associated with Bordeaux. It is still used as the principal variety of blending grape in Pomerol. Merlot is a deep varietal wine in its own right in this country. Not as complex as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot appeals to those looking for a dry, red wine.
Columbia Crest, Grand Estates Merlot Columbia Valley, Washington, '09
Grand Estates Merlot is harvested from vineyards located predominantly on the Horse heaven Hills (which contributes texture and body) and the Wahluke Slope (for aromatics and complexity.) A rich and aromatic profile of vanilla bean and mocha introduce this Merlot. Dark chocolate covered cherries, caramel and nutmeg flavors create a lush and velvety smooth texture and finish.
Kendall-Jackson Vintner's Reserve, Sonoma County, '10
This merlot has boysenberry and cherry flavors with background notes of violet, chocolate and cedar. It is textured and graceful on the palate with fine-grained tannins conveying gorgeous fruit through a lengthy finish. A wine that is smooth and the tannins are refined and round in the true Merlot character.
St. Francis, Sonoma County Merlot, '08
The grapes for this Merlot come from estate vineyards in Sonoma and Russian River Valleys, as well as Alexander Valley and Rockpile. Each carefully selected vineyard contributes distinctive and individual qualities to the finished wine. It is smooth and elegant, with classic flavors and aromas of cherry, chocolate and plum. Its silky structure is balanced by soft tannins and a bold, lengthy finish.
Flora Springs Napa Valley, Vintage '08
This Napa Valley Merlot has always been a favorite for those who want to open and enjoy a soft, supple red wine right away—without waiting. The aromatics of this wine envelope you with nuances of black cherry vanilla and cedar cigar box. The flavor profile starts with a soft entry of blueberry, cassis, and cinnamon, leading to a briary mid-palate, and finishes with a Bordeaux-like granite dust character. This is a food friendly wine that compliments fowl and meat dishes as well as vegetarian cuisine.
Pennywise, California '10
Inspired by the classic beauty of San Francisco's historical U.S. Mint, Pennywise crafts wines of sound structure and exceptional character. This wine has aromas of black cherry, sweet leather, wild sage, and sandalwood. This 2010 vintage shows flavors of blackberry, cranberry, orange zest, toasted cardamom, and dark chocolate. The finish dances back and forth between fruit and the structure of this concentrated wine.
Other Red Wines
The wonderful world of red wines includes more than Pinot and Cabernet. We have included wines from regions of France, Italy, and California.
David Michael, Petite Petit, Lodi, '10
Like the elephants whose size is imposing, Petite Petit is large! A blend of 85% Petite Sirah and 15% Petit Verdot, offering a joyous explosion of color and fun! It is a substantial, dense, fullbodied, 'whopper' style of wine loaded with pure black fruit and vanilla flavors that coat the palate. It reveals remarkable richness, with a finish that it slightly dry.
Novy, Rosella's Vineyard Syrah, Santa Lucia, '05
The Rosella's Vineyard produces the most distinctive Syrah. This wine possesses outstanding ripeness, and is packed with flavors. This Syrah has plenty of blueberry and blackberry fruit in addition to hints of licorice and spice. With time to age it has turned out to be absolutely wonderful.
Saint Cosme, Cotes Du Rhone, France '10
This is purely their best Cotes du Rhone since 2007, without a doubt. The quality of the fruit is superb, and the wine is profound. It is round, with a deep color and 'crunchiness' that brings a lot of pleasure. Anybody can understand and enjoy this wine. We are very happy to be able to offer such a vintage, with wonderful flavors of strawberry compote, licorice, graphite, and lilacs.
Renato Ratti Ochetti, Nebbiolo D' Alba Piedmont, Italy, '10
A classy and spontaneous vivacity is the distinguishing characteristic of this wine. It has a delicate, yet persistent bouquet with trace scents of strawberry and raspberry. Pleasantly velvety, it is elegant and full. This is a very forceful red wine that needs a hearty meal to pair with. We suggest you enjoy this with good steak, or bison if it is on the menu.
Carpieneto Dogajolo, Medoc Tuscany Italy, '11
The name Dogajolo is derived from the Italian word which means "stave," or the narrow strips of wood used to form casks. Produced from grapes grown on both the Chianti and Montepulciano estates, the varietals in this red blend are vinified separately in stainless steel, and then blended together before completing fermentation in wooden casks. Full and soft on the palate, it boasts fruity aromas and hints of cherry with coffee, vanilla, and spice. It compliments a wide range of dishes, including poultry, fish, roasts, and grilled red meats.
Chateau Greysac, Bordeaux, France, '08
Deep ruby-garnet color, with a bouquet of fresh red berries mingled with notes of cedar and spice. You'll find lovely red fruits on the palate, with full flavors balanced by silky tannins. Excellent with Pork, Duck and Lamb, it is very friendly, with a plump core of plum and blackberry fruit, nicely rounded edges and lilting mocha and mint notes flittering through.
Champagne and Sparkling Wine
Champagnes and sparkling wines make any dinner festive, adding a touch of elegance to special occasions.
Domaine Chandon, Brut, California, NV
A wonderful sparkling wine that is complex and delicious. It has flavors of pear and citrus, with a lovely lemon blossom scent on the finish.
Korbel Natural, California, NV
Lovely floral aromas lead the way in this sparkler, followed by a medley of tangy grapefruit, lemon, pear, and mineral flavors.
Mondoro, Asti Spumante, Italy
This effervescent, fragrant, seductive wine displays gorgeous peach, pineapple, and pear notes with light-bodied fruit. Made with 100% Moscato grapes, it has high acidity, which balances its sweetness.
Taittinger, Brut, France, NV
Almost Riesling-like, this floral scented bubbly is elegant and firm, with a velvety texture framing citrus and pastry flavors.
Veuve Clicquot "Yellow Label" Brut, France
There is plenty of finesse in this smooth-textured champagne. Hints of smoke and biscuit lightly accent honeyed flavors of quince, apple blossom, and peach in this fresh and perfectly balanced sparkling wine.
Moet and Chandon Dom Perignon Vintage '03
Dom Pérignon is always a vintage champagne, meaning that it is not made in weak years, and all grapes used to make the wine were harvested in the same year. Dom Pérignon is always an assemblage of 50% Pinot noir and 50% Chardonnay, although the final composition changes every vintage: at times a blend in perfectly equal proportions (e.g. 1990 Rosé), at times up to 60% Chardonnay or 60% Pinot noir. Truly one of the classic vintage champagnes you can enjoy. Limited quantity.
This richly textured wine displays fresh tropical aromas of papaya, mango and apricot. Bold fruit flavors balanced with fine acidity caress the palate and conclude with an exquisite silky finish. This wine will be great on it's own or with fresh fruit, foie gras, or rich desserts.
Domaine Andre Neveu Sancerre La Grand Fricambalult 'Silex,' '04
A Sauvignon Blanc that is full and bright in flavor, white fruit meets zippy acidity in a more than medium-bodied wine. It is bone-dry, with bright lemon-lime flavors.
Martini and Rossi, Asti Spumante, NV
Sutter Home, Fre, Brut, NV
Meier's Sparkling Chablis
New Glarus Spotted Cow
New Glarus Raspberry Tart (750ml)
Lake Superior Kayak Kolsch
Leinenkugel's, Chippewa Falls, WI
South Shore Nut Brown Ale
Keweenaw Brewing, Widow Maker
O'Douls Non-Alcoholic Beer
Ports & Sherry by the Glass
Graham's Six Grape
Smith Woodhouse, "Lodge Reserve"
Dow's, L.B.V., '97 (Bottle)
Ferreira Vintage, '97 (Bottle)
Dows, 10 year
Savory & James: Fino (dry)
Amontilliado (medium), Jerez (cream)
Beefeater, Bombay (Sapphire), Tanqueray
Bacardi Light, Bacardi Dark
American - Seagram's 7; Jack Daniel's Black Label
Irish - Bushmills, Jaimeson
Bourbon - Maker's Mark, Wild Turkey
Premium Bourbon - Knob Creek
Canadian - Seagram's V.O., Canadian Club
Premium Canadian - Crown Royal
Rye - Jim Beam, Rittenhouse Rye
Scotch - Dewar's, Johnny Walker Red
Premium Scotch - Johnny Walker Black
After Dinner Drinks
Amaretto di Saronno
Bailey's Irish Crème
Benedictine & Brandy
Single Malt Scotches
Remy Martin, V.S.O.P.
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The Landmark Restaurant Executive Chef creates made-from-scratch upscale American and French cuisine that will tempt your palate and excite your taste buds. Open for breakfast, lunch (by appointment) and dinner. Our restaurant has a full license and offers fine wines, cocktails, specialty drinks, along with imported and domestic beers. Finish your meal with the sweet conclusion: hot fudge, rum, or turtle sundaes, or one of our fabulous fresh baked desserts.