White Wines


Thierry Delaunay “Grand Ballon” Sauvignon Blanc (Loire Valley, France)
Pale gold with some green lights. Aromas of exotic fruits, blackcurrant buds, grapefruit and peach predominate, combining with some floral notes. Crisp and fresh on the palate with good balance, delicate fruit flavors and a clean, refreshing finish.
$8 glass/ $28 bottle

Lustig Gruner Veltliner (Weinviertel, Austria)
Great balance between fruit and acidity, notes of citrus and green apple are featured in this crisp and mineral, easy-drinking white wine. Although terrific on its own, it will pair especially well with oysters, sushi, salads, asparagus, spicy foods and fried foods. In German, Lustig means “funny, merry, happy, jaunty.”
$7 glass/ $28 bottle

Apaltagua Chardonnay (Casablanca Valley, Chile)
With aromas of grapefruit, peach and delicate pineapple notes, this unoaked Chardonnay is fresh, crisp and juicy with a long and pleasant finish. The grapes come from personally selected vineyards in the cool Casablanca Valley.
$8 glass/ $28 bottle

Casal Garcia Rosé, (Vinho Verde, Portugal)
Selected grape varieties are harvested from the vineyards if the Vinho Verde Region to produce a smooth and fresh wine with a delicate aroma. It is the wine with the longest history at Aveleda and is easily identified by its blue label, which represents one of the magnificent embroideries of the Minho region.
$7 glass/ $28 bottle


Domaine St Vincent Brut, (New Mexico)

The Gruet family, looking to expand operations beyond their holdings in Champagne, discovered that New Mexico was a remarkably good substitute. Domaine Saint-Vincent Methode Champenoise is their sparkling wine that’s surprisingly close to the real deal. Displaying a fine mousse–a mark of well-made wine–and bright fruit notes, Domaine Saint-Vincent is balanced by a subtle nutty, yeasty note.