Heirloom beet, turnip, goat cheese, pine nut vinaigrette
Salsify, weiser carrot, brown butter sabayon
purple forbidden rice, green pepper, old sherry vinegar
Grilled Napa Cabbage
Jasmine, citrus, matsuri rice
Spring Pea Agnolotti
garden peas, morel, ricotta salata
Fraîcheur of Santa Monica Farmers Market Fruit
Bonal Gentiane Quina
blanc, dry or rouge
blanc or rouge
blanc, rosé or rouge
dry or rouge
gin, sweet vermouth, maraschino
bourbon, lemon, wine float
gin, lavender, sparkling wine
Rouge de Plaisir
rye bourbon, campari, carpano
patina cuvée, chambord
tequila, crimson berry tea, lemon verbena
vodka, cointreau, cranberry
India Pale Ale
Indica Lost Coast (California)
Chimay Première (Belgium)
La Fin du Monde (Canada)
Bitburger Drive (Germany)
Chivas Regal, 12 years old
Johnnie Walker, Red Label
Johnnie Walker, Black Label
Johnnie Walker, Green Label 15 years old
Johnnie Walker, Gold Label 18 years old
Campbeltown Malts - Islay Malts - Lowland Malts
Laphroaig, 10 years old
Lagavulin, 16 years old
Glenkinchie, 12 years old
Oban, 14 years old
Cragganmore, Speyside 12 years old
Dalmore, Speyside 12 years old
Dalwhinnie, Speyside 15 years old
Glenfarclas, Speyside 10 years old
Glenfiddich, Speyside, 12 years old
The Glenlivet, Speyside 12 years old
The Glenlivet, Speyside 18 years old
The Glenlivet, Speyside 21 years old
Glenmorangie, Northern 10 years old
Glenmorangie, Northern 18 years old
The Macallan, Speyside 10 years old
The Macallan, Speyside 12 years old
The Macallan, Speyside 15 years old
The Macallan, Speyside 18 years old
Talisker, Skye 10 years old
The Classic Malts Rare Series
Cask Strenght Limited Edition Single Malts
Bunnahabhain, 1971 Vintage
Cragganmore, Speyside 29 years old
Dalwhinnie, Speyside 25 years old
Glenmorangie, Nectar D'Or
Jameson Black Barrel
Middleton "Very Rare"
Redbreast 12 year
Redbreast 15 year
Basil Hayden 8 year old
Bulleit & Bulleit Rye
Hudson Baby Rye
Habiki 12 years old
Nikka Yoichi 15 years old
The Yamazaki 12 years old
The Yamazaki 18 years old
Clément "Première Canne", Martinique
Clément VSOP, Martinique 4 years old
Clément "Homère", Martinique
Diplomatico, Venezuela 12 years old
Depaz Amber "Blue Cane", Martinique
Zaya, Trinidad & Tobago 12 years old
Casa Noble Crystal
Casa Noble Reposado
Casa Noble Anejo 2 years
Don Julio Real
Don Julio 1942
Ocho Plata "Agave de Los Ranchos" 2009
Ocho Reposado "Magueyera" 2014
Ocho Anejo "El Refugio" 2012
Calvados du Pays D'Auge"Pomme Prisonnière"
Calvados Lecompte "Réserve 5 years"
Calvados Roger Groult X.O
Calvados Roger Groult, "Doyen D"Age""
Calvados Roger Groult, "Réserve Ancestrale"
Eaux de Vie & Marc de Bourgogne
Grappa, Amaro Nonino, Quintessenia
Etter "Pomme Royale", Switzerland
Grappa, Il Merlot Di Nonino
1981 Marc de Bourgogne, Brandy, D.R.C
1979 Fine Bourgogne, Brandy, D.R.C
Armagnacs & Bas Armagnacs
1900 Laberdolive, Domaine d'Escoubes
1904 Laberdolive, Domaine d'Escoubes
1923 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1935 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1942 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1954 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1962 Laberdolive, Domaine du Pillon
1965 Laberdolive, Domaine du Pillon
1970 Laberdolive, Domaine du Pillon
1979 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1985 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
1989 Laberdolive, Domaine de Jaurrey
NV Garreau Napoleon
Delamain X.O., "Pale & Dry"
Delamain "Vesper", Grande Champagne
Delamain, "Réserve de la Famille"
Ferrand, "Réserve Ancestrale" "Grande Champagne"
Frapin, "Extra Réserve"
Hardy "Noces d'Or"
Hardy "Noces de Perles"
Hine "Réserve de la Famille"
Jean Fillioux xo, "Premier Cru"
Jean Fillioux,"Très Vieux"
Jean Fillioux,"Réserve de la Famille"
Jean Fillioux 1924, "Premier Cru"
Marcel Ragnaud "Grande Réserve Fontvieille"
Rémy Martin X.O.
Rémy Martin "Louis XIII"
Water is essential to life. But are all waters the same? The answer is no. Martin Riese, Water Sommelier, has curated a water selection that demonstrates the difference in taste between twenty-six different waters sourced from various regions of the world. Terroir affects water just like wine. Let us take you on a global journey of water
Aqui-Live comes from an Aquifer on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, 700 meters below sea level, deep in the Earth's crust. Hydrologists estimate this pre-historic water catchment to be 600 million years old. A vast body of water, cradled deep in the earth for millenniums, has created water that resonates with the Earth's energy. Aqui-Live is ancient water. It rises naturally through the earth, taking thousands of years to reach the surface, utilizing only the earth's pressure to make this remarkable journey. Aqui-Live is harvested at the surface, without the use of bores or drills. It is considered living water and is handled with the utmost care to retain its natural life-giving minerals
De l'Aubier, Canada
"De L'aubier is made from the sap of the maple tree, and literally harvested like a fine wine during maple syrup season. Each spring, Quebec maple syrup production generates about one billion liters of sap water. During the process, the sugars are separated from the sap, leaving a full-bodied, silky characteristic. Until now, this water had been discarded, but is now bottled and dated by harvest date. Because the sap only runs for a short time in early spring, the number of bottles that come to market is limited. Further, adding to the "green" nature of this water, the harvest is done with an equitable partnership with Quebec Organic Maple Farms. It bears the name of its origin, the sapwood, which is l'aubier in French. It's the living part of the tree that allows the sap to rise from the roots to the branches. It is a refined taste, and not a sugary or maple flavored water."
Jackson Springs, Canada
Jackson Springs Water is a premium Canadian spring water sourced from a secluded aquifer in the heart of three protected provincial forests in central Canada. The aquifer is remnants of the last ice age and over 13,000 years old. The water is naturally filtered through the rocky terrain providing a rich mineral profile, alkaline pH of 8.1, and refreshing, thirst-quenching taste. Jackson Springs will compliment any meal and delights the palate with its velvety texture and smooth, silky finish
"Iskilde" means "cold spring" in Danish. This artesian spring was discovered in the Mosso Conservation area in a remote part of the Danish lake highlands in 2001 by a retired insurance broker and his wife. The aquifer from which the spring flows lies 150-180 feet below the surface and is covered by alternating layers of quartz-sand and hard clay. Uniquely, the water maintains a high content of oxygen that creates an unusual bubbling effect upon opening a bottle
FIJI Water, natural artesian water bottled at the source in Viti Levu (Fiji islands), is the No. 1 premium imported bottled water in the United States, known for its iconic square shape, smooth, soft taste and unique mineral profile. FIJI Water is bottled at the source in Fiji at an ancient artesian aquifer deep within the earth, where it is protected from external impurities. As tropical rain slowly filters through volcanic rock, it gathers the electrolytes and minerals that give FIJI Water its signature soft, smooth taste
Badoit is naturally carbonated with tiny bubbles, the type found in fine Champagne, that give this water a light and sophisticated taste despite the TDS (total dissolved solid) content. The water rises through granite from a thermal spring in Saint Galmier, a town in the Loire region of France. It pairs well with sweet wine and cheese
This water begins as rain and melt-water filtering down through sandstone and gravel in the French Alps. It takes 15 years for the water to pass through the mountain before rising to the spring, along the way it picks up calcium and magnesium producing a slightly bitter, unique taste that you will either love or hate
One hundred and twenty million years ago, on the Languedoc plain in southern France, rainwater seeped into the ground as volcanic gas rose up to the surface. When the water and gas met, they both forced their way up through the open fissures in the limestone and gushed with the release of carbonic gas. The water bubbled as if boiling, earning this place the name, "Les Bouillens, " meaning 'boiling waters' in French
Saint Geron, France
The mineral spring of Saint Geron in Auvergne has a long and proud history. Enjoyed by the Romans, this water is the result of a thousand-year voyage, starting with rainfall seeping into the soil and following crevices deep down into the earth. Enriched by minerals along the way, it rises to the surface with a burst of complexity and is heralded for its health benefits
The sparkling thirst quencher with the fresh flavor: Gerolsteiner is Germany's most consumed mineral water. Special geological circumstances typical to the Eifel are the reason for the inimitable freshness and the healthy substances contained in Gerolsteiner. The volcanic origin of the rock is responsible for the high calcium and magnesium content in Gerolsteiner. A liter of Gerolsteiner Sparkling covers a third of the daily requirements for these two nutrients
Icelandic Glacier, Iceland
In order to help preserve the beautiful majestic landscape of Iceland, Icelandic Glacial is sourced from the naturally replenishing underground Ölfus Spring. The legendary Ölfus Spring was forged during a massive volcanic eruption over 5,000 years ago. Shielded by an impenetrable layer of lava rock and surrounded by a 128,000-acre exclusion zone, the Spring is constantly replenished by a gradual filtration of rainfall and snowmelt over uninhabited and untouched lava fields. With over 900,000 cubic meters of water overflowing from the Ölfus Spring into the ocean every day, it's one of the world's largest natural springs. Indeed, the overflow alone is more than twice the amount of all bottled water consumed worldwide. Taking great care never to damage or deplete the Spring, Icelandic Glacial sources less than 0.1% of the total water that naturally flows to the surface
Acqua Panna, Italy
The Acqua Panna source is nestled among beech wood and chestnut forests on the slopes of Mount Gazzaro, 3,700 feet high in the pristine Apennines Mountains of Tuscany. This serene, vast, unspoiled natural reserve, brings forth a luminous water with neither the slightest effervescence nor odor. The first sip has a pleasant, fresh taste due to the low acid and low mineral salt content. Not without structure, it imparts a taste that is as light as a feather, pleasantly soft and velvety
"This water of volcanic origin begins its life in the south of Italy. It takes ten years for the water to pass slowly through the underground rock and uncontaminated depths of this source. As it does, Ferrarelle water encounters the natural gas of an ancient and now extinct volcano gaining its effervescence and producing a full, pleasant taste."
S. Pellegrino, Italy
S.Pellegrino flows naturally from a spring in Val Brembana, in the foothills of the Italian Alps in the territory of San Pellegrino Terme, near Bergamo (Lombardy). The water arrives at the surface naturally enriched with mineral salts. S.Pellegrino water has a lot of presence thanks to its lively and long-lasting bubbles, which feel creamy on the palate and a slightly salty taste, well-balanced with acidity to give an overall refreshing, thirst-quenching feel
Antipodes, New Zealand
The water comes from a deep 500 - 1000 feet deep pressured aquifer and has a residency of about 50 years while filtering through substrata of ignimbrite. The area of recharge for the aquifer is the Rotoma Hills, which has a historically low human population density, less than 1 person per 250 acre, with no commercial or industrial activity. Antipodes mineral water is bottled at the source in Otakiri, Bay of Plenty. Great presentation as the bottle expresses terroir and is a modern take on the old fashioned New Zealand beer flask
Svalbarði is one of Europe's last great wildernesses, inhabited by more polar bears than people. It is located in the Arctic Ocean between 74°and 81°north latitude, 1000 kilometers from the North Pole. The archipelago is 60% covered by glaciers. Svalbarði is harvested from icebergs freshly calved off glaciers in the remote fjords surrounding the archipelago. This pristine ice, locked up for millennia and fresh as the day it fell as snow, is captured during its brief few months of life before it melts forever. Obtaining the water requires an arctic expedition. A search of up to a week at sea is conducted to find the right ice in sufficiently safe conditions. Individual iceberg pieces are carefully selected for the right properties, then manually lifted from the water by a specially equipped vessel. The ice is then brought back to the arctic outpost of Longyearbyen where it is melted and bottled
Voss Artesian water was one of the first companies to combine design with water. The cylindrical packaging, famously designed by Neil Kraft (formerly chief design artist for Calvin Klein), added a premium element to the water market in the United States which set the stage for water to be seen as more than just a beverage, and to become the lifestyle choice that it is today
Aqua Carpatica, Romania
AQUA Carpatica comes from a unique spring within the Carpathian Mountains embracing Transylvania, Romania. It is an ancient land completely untouched by man. Since the Roman Empire, 2000 years ago, and moving all the way to King Stephan the Great, there is an ancient belief in the water's potential to heal. The entire region is considered to be sacred. Our water is today as it was hundreds of years ago and it will remain the same: pure and pristine. Millions of years of volcanic activity enrich the water with minerals and the natural hydro-geological underground journey of our water takes around 40 years before it springs and guarantee a natural filtration process as well a content of natural electrolytes. Naturally sparkling from the source and sodium free, it is the only Naturally Nitrate FREE sparkling mineral water known to man. Excellent, smooth taste, not sour after taste, no bitter aftertaste, no aftertaste at all. Experience Waterlove
Vichy Catalan, Spain
This water rises from a very unique 140 F hot spring in Girona, in the Catalan region of Spain. Ancient rulers, conquerors and health-seekers have been coming to this spring for health benefits since the Middle Ages. The TDS level in this water is simply mind-blowing. At a staggering 3,052 milligrams per liter, you are certain to get a full dose of several key minerals including Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium, Bicarbonate, Fluoride and Silica. At these levels of content, carbonation comes at high pressure so be careful opening
Hildon , United Kingdom
The distinctive terroir of Hildon Natural Mineral Water comes from deep beneath the chalkhills of the beautiful Hampshire countryside. This chalk environment filters the water to exceptional purity and embodies it with a specific composition of minerals characteristic of the geological strata it flows through. This 'fingerprint' gives this water a taste and composition which is uniquely Hildon and a favorite of the Royals
Speyside Glenlivet, United Kingdom
Good water makes good whisky, and the still version of this slightly alkaline, low TDS water is the perfect match for your single-malt whisky. The spring, located in Speyside away from habitation, industry, and agriculture, is locally known as Slochd. Speyside produces more single-malt whisky than any other part of the world. Quartzite at the source keeps high levels of minerals from mixing with the water. Speyside Glenlivet is bottled at source in The Braes of Glenlivet on the remote Crown Estate of Glenlivet, near Ballindalloch in Moray, Scotland
American Summits, USA
The Beartooth Mountain Range was formed 60 million years ago during the Laramide Orogeny, an episode of great mountain building that resulted in the preservation of 3.3 to 4 billion year old pre-Cambrian granite (formed before the existence of bacterial life) and crystallized metamorphic rock 10,000 feet or more above sea level. This same immense rock formation serves as the natural filtration system for the spring water that flows downward to the bottling facility
Mountain Valley Springs, USA
Naturally filtered and enriched with minerals during a 3,500-year journey through the Ouachita Mountains in Arkansas, "America's Premium Water" has been bottled from the same protected spring since 1871. A favorite of chefs and wine connoisseurs, this sodium free sparkling water has a light effervescence that will not overwhelm your palate and pairs perfectly with any meal. Mountain Valley Water has been served in the White House by thirteen U.S. Presidents
Steeped in legend and lore, and from deep beneath the lush Adirondack foothills comes one of the few naturally carbonated springs in the country. Drinking and bathing in the waters of Saratoga Springs was regarded as medicine by the Mohawk and Iroquois Indians, who celebrated its strong healing and curative properties
The water is sourced from the Murphy Mill Aquifer in Tazewell, Tennessee - where the Appalachian Mountains & Great Smokey Mountains meet. The Aquifer is more than 1200 feet below the surface and produces an astounding 10 million gallons of water each day. Unifies 1 for 1. For every Bottle of Unify Water you buy, Unify provides one gallon of clean drinking water to those in need
Fonseca 10 Year Old Tawny NV
Ramos Pinto Bom Retiro 20 Year Old Tawny NV
Quinta do Noval, Vintage Port 2003
Quinta do Noval 2011
Quinta do Tedo, L.B.V 2007
Quinta do Vesuvio, Vintage Port 1994
Taylor, L.B.V. 2012
Williams Selyem "Vista Verde Vineyard", CA 2009
Fonseca "Quinto Do Panascal" 1996
Palo Cortado, "Almacenista Vides", Lustau NV
Kracher, Beerenauslese, Austria 2013
Royal Tokaji, Late Harvest, Hungary 2015
Brewer Clifton "3D", Santa Barbara County, CA 2011