Half Bottles (2.25 Glasses)
Duckhorn Sauvignon Blanc, Napa 2018
List price $34 TO GO price: $17
Napa Valley grown fruit, Sauvignon Blanc blended with Semmillion for that smooth rich mouthfeel, the wine sees a touch of neutral oak and barrel fermentation. Clean, bright, not too much citrus with a nice melon and honey finish. (AND A SCREW TOP!!)
E. Guigal Cotes du Rhone 2016
List price $25 TO GO price: $13
An elegant expression of Grenache, Syrah and Mouvedre. Clean red fruits of cherry, raspberry, earth, wet mineral notes and chalky tannins. Layered, complex, low alcohol and exceptional with food.
Rombaurer California Zinfandel 2018
List price $39 TO GO price: $19
There are a few California wines that have never changed with the shifting of the consumer’s changing palette. Rombauer, their Chardonnay, Merlot and especially Zinfandel, speak to a specific profile. This wine is terror driven, ripe and lush dark blackberry fruit with a touch of dark chocolate and sweet wild blueberry jam. It is a Zinfandel that others compare themselves to. Try it. Start the exploration into California’s only true “original” grape.
Full Bottles (4.5 glasses)
Le Coeur de la Reine Sauvignon Blanc, Touraine, France 2019
List price $30 TO GO $15
This Sauvignon Blanc is from the Loire Valley and what I like to call, “poor man’s Sancerre”. That’s a compliment by the way. Wet river stone minerality, leech nut and ruby red grapefruit in the nose, with a crisp acidity and round mid-palette that supports the claim that the world’s best Sauvignon Blanc comes from Loire France.
Triennes Viognier, Southern France, 2016
List price $42 TO GO price: $21
Beautiful expression of melon, nectarine and wet river stone. Pretty floral notes that lead to a clean, ripe finish with added food. Again, gotta love European wines that are better with food, wines WE EAT, rather than drink alone.
Clos Du Val Chardonnay, Carneros, 2015
List price $66 TO GO price: $33
And then here is that perfect bridge from Old World need food wine to the amazing wines from California that have been around for fifty years and have learned how to use Old World “hands off” production along with “New World” viticulture. This Old School Napa Winery leads the way in backing off of the sweet, ripe, rich and vanilla bases Chardonnay of the 90’s to the Burgundian style of bright green apple, crisp pear, mineral and neutral oak influence to give that pleasing mouthfeel we all love. Trust me, this Chardonnay will make you rethink CA Chardonnays, at a really great price.
Calera Central Coast Pinot Noir 2018
List price $49 TO GO price: $24.50
Josh Jensen, a pioneer of Pinot Noir in CA, I mean this wine actually TASTES like Pinot, not Syrah or sweet red cherry juice. Wild raspberry, strawberry blossoms, white pepper… classic.
August West Russian River Pinot Noir 2018
List price $68 TO GO $35
Small production California wine that has a rich black cherry nose with a creamy, full body, slightly spicy mouthfeel. Unfixed or filtered this wine is layered and complex.
Ramsey Merlot, North Coast, CA 2018
List price $40 TO GO $20
Pretty plum, currant, blueberry notes, elegant, easy style that doesn’t have too much alcohol or too much oak. Just a fresh, fruit forward crowd pleasing wine.
Sharecropper’s Cabernet, Columbia Valley, WA 2017
List Price $42 TO GO $21
Always a crowd favorite, the 2017 vintage proves to be another great attempt at creating a fruit forward, yet bold Cabernet Sauvignon. This wine exudes juicy aromas of pomegranate, blackberry and tobacco spice. Flavors of red plums, hints of eucalyptus and mint with a balanced mouth-feel. This Cabernet finishes smooth with bright acidity and firm tannins.
Brutocao Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendocino CA 2016
List price $58 TO GO $29
Not your every day CA Cabernet. This wine comes from a cool climate where the finer notes of saddle leather, tobacco and bitter cocoa shine. Lower alcohol, soft tannins, and a wine that works with food beautifully.
Casa Natal Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina 2013
List price $42 TO GO $ 21
Aged Malbec!!! Blackberry, plum, baking cocoa, flint and a touch of eucalyptus, the tannins are softened with age. STEAK WINE!!
Brotte Esprit Barville Cotes du Rhone 2016
List Price $35 TO GO $18
From ancient vines grown in the southern Rhone valley of France, a blend of Grenache, Carignan, Syrah, Cinsault, Mouvedre and Counoise, this bright, fruit forward, textured wine is a crowd pleaser and the perfect wine with Lamb, short ribs or Coq Au Vin.
Montucky Cold Snack
Lager, La Crosse, Wi 4% Abv
Denver Beer Co, Graham Cracker Porter
Denver, Co 5.0% Abv
Tivoli Mile Hi Hefe
Classic German Hefe, Denver, Co 6.0% Abv
Epic Rino Apa
American Pale Ale, Denver, Co 5.8%
Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale
Indian Pale Ale, Kalamazoo, Mi 7 % Abv
Elevation First Cast Ipa
American Ipa, Poncha Springs, Co 6% Abv
Epic Tart N’ Juicy
Sour Ipa, Denver, Co 5% Abv
Left Hand Nitro Milk Stout
Creamy Stout, Longmont, Co 6% Abv
Telluride Brewing. Face Down Brown
Telluride, Co 5.9% Abv
Odell 90 Shilling
Scottish Amber Ale, Ft. Collins, Co 5.3% Abv
Colorado Cider Co. Glider Cider Gf
Semi-Dry Hard Cider, Denver, Co 6.5%
Upslope Pomegranite & Acai Seltzer Gf
Spiked Hard Seltzer, Boulder, Co 5%
Holidaily Favorite Blonde Gf
Gluten-Free Blonde Ale, Golden, Co 5% Abv
Upslope, Craft Lager
Boulder, Co 4.9% Abv