Red Wines


Evodia Garnacha Old Vine (Calatayud, Spain)
100% Garnacha sourced from the highest elevation vineyards of Garnacha of any other DO in Spain. It offers up a slightly exotic nose of earthy minerality, mocha, black cherry, and black raspberry. Savory, concentrated and boasting a forward personality.
$8 glass/ $28 bottle

Cantele Primitivo (Salento, Italy)
In California, they would refer to the grape used to produce this wine as a Zinfandel, so this wine is like the Godfather of Zin. The color is a lively ruby red with delicate garnet reflections and the bouquet features undertones of cherries and plums; the finish is of flowers and spices.
$8 glass/ $28 bottle

d’Andezon Cotes du Rhone (Rhone Valley, France)
This wine comes from 40+-year-old Syrah vines and 60+-year-old Grenache vines, bottled after being aged in both tank and concrete. Dense ruby/purple, with a stunning nose of blackberry liqueur. It boasts a full-bodied mouthfeel, good freshness, and striking floral character.
$9 glass/ $32 bottle

Altos Las Hormigas Malbec (Mendoza, Argentina)
Deep garnet-purple in color with a beautiful nose of plums, raspberries, mocha, spice and mineral notes. It has full body, soft tannins and well integrated oak. Rich and silky on the palate, it is long and elegant on the finish.
$9 glass/ $32 bottle