Wine, Sherry, Brandy & Port


by the glass or bottle



Cuvée des Barons Brut Rosé – Burgundy, France (Gamay, Pinot Noir, Grenache) $9/$35
Picnic-in-the-park-with-a-1950s-pinup vibes. Bing cherries,  dry breezy effervescence, silky finish.

Domaine St. Vincent Methode Champenoise Brut (Pinot Noir, Chardonnay) – NM, $11/$43
Off-dry with notes of wild blueberries; buttered biscuits on the nose.

Canard-Duchêne Charles VII Champagne Brut (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir) – Champagne, France $53
Crisp, dry, mineral goodness that will definitely impress your hot date and/or Christopher Walken.



Lima Vinho Verde 2011 (Loureiro) –  Alentejo, Portugal $8/$31
Ripe peach nose plays out dry and tart on the palate. Supremely sessionable.

Yauquen Torrontés 2011 – Salta, Argentina $9/$35
This one’s for your lakefront mountain house. Alpine crispness, conifer, and a warmth like sunshine on pebbles.

Baptiste Auchère Sancerre 2015 – (Sauvignon Blanc) Sancerre, France $12/$347
Classic , clean. and bright with kiwi notes and a dank grapefruit funk.

Granbazán Etiqueta Verde Albariño 2014 – Rías Baixas, Spain $13/$51
Freshly squeezed lemon over oysters, salty ocean breeze.



Bieler Père & Fils Rosé 2015  (Grenache, Syrah, Cabernet Sauvingon, Cinsault, Rolle)  Provence, France $10/$39
Dry, bright & mineral with a fresh green fruit finish. In the words of our friend V, “it’s like making out with a mermaid.”


Chilled Red  Half Bottle

Château Des Tours Brouilly 2014 – Beaujolais, France $17
Soft and elegant with ripe red raspberries throughout.


Ogier Heritages Côtes du Rhône 2013 (Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, France) $8/$31
Medium bodied and dry with earthy, vegetal notes and hints of ripe black olives.

Casa Cadoval Vinha Padre Pedro 2012 –(Trincadeira, Aragonez, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot) – Tejo, Portugal $9/$35
Blackcurrant, rare steak, cigar tobacco, balsam, and old leather-bound books.

Librandi Rosso Classico 2010 (Gaglioppo) – Ciro, Italy $10/$39
Truly one of a kind. Deceptively light bodied, it packs a dry punch of smoked meat, mushrooms, and dried cocoa.

Domaine Bernard Moreau Bourgogne 2013 (Pinot Noir) – Bourgogne, France $12/$47
Rich blackberry and vanilla nose complemented by baking spice flavors- allspice, clove, and cardamom are prominent.



Manhattan Meadery Brooklyn Buzz Mead $8
Enlightenment Wines Nought Mead (dry, unfiltered) $9
Enlightenment Wines Maple Wine (dry, unfiltered) $9
Lustau Don Nuño Dry Amontillado Sherry $10
Lustau East India Solera Sherry $12
Sandeman’s Tawny Porto $8
Sandeman’s Tawny 20 yr $12


Pierre Ferrand 1er Cru de Cognac $10
Christian Drouin Selection Calvados $10

Roger Groult Calvados Pays d’Auge $11