Our wine list is broken into Sparkling, White, Rosé and Red wines. We then list the wines by soil type. We believe that our wines, like the ingredients in our dishes, are greatly influenced by the place they come from and the soil in which they are grown. While our cuisine is sourced from the South, we strive to find wines that are also indigenous to the place we source them from, made with a respect for nature and true to local principles. We support local farmers as well as small growers, family producers, and naturally made products around the world.

Limestone is made primarily from fossilized seashells, chalky in nature. These soils work like a sponge, wicking water away and storing it as reserves for the vines when water is scarce. Its alkaline nature encourages high acidity grapes to flourish. Highly valued in cool climates, this is a good place to look for austere, balanced, mineral-driven wines.
Primary Rock (granite, basalt, tuff) is a term used to describe rocks being first formed containing crystalline and no organic remains. These soils usually warm quickly, hold heat well, and have the best possible drainage. Lack of nutrients and water in topsoil causes vines to suffer and dig deep for nutrients, creating more interesting, complex, and unexpected flavors in the fruit and resulting wine.
Volcanic soils have two types; vent based & lava based. Volcanic influenced soils are found to be some of the most nutrient-rich for vine growth. Resulting wines are often powerful but with an earthy, ashy element, often savory and complex.
Metamorphic (slate, schist) is a rock formed under pressure with many color variations and mineral make-up. Dark colors retain and radiate heat, contributing to phenolic ripening, helping develop color and ripe flavors in grapes. Often gives the wine a mineral, ‘flinty’ taste.
Alluvial (clay, silt, sand) soils have good water & nutrient retention, which can translate into a more opulent style of wine. It is often found in combination with wind blown loess or loam soils. Throughout the world, these are the most prolific vine soils and a good place to look for the more fruit-forward wines on the list.




NV, Austria, Kamptal, Langenlois, Bründlmayer “Brut” • Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Ambonnay $112

NV, France, Loire Valley, Saumur, Louis de Grenelle •  Cabernet Franc $13/65

NV, France, Jura, Domaine Pierre Richard Crémant du Jura • Chardonnay $17 / 77

NV, Italy, Emilia-Romagna, IGT Lambrusco Dell’Emilia, La Collina “Quaresimo” • Lambrusco, Maestri, Grasparossa, Malbo Gentile $11 / 50

NV, Champagne, France, Pierre Peters “Blanc de Blancs” • Chardonnay $150

NV, Champagne, France, Christian Etienne Cuvée Tradition  Pinot Noir, Chardonnay (375ml) $65


2012, France, Loire Valley, Vouvray, Domaine Huet Pétillant Brut • Chenin Blanc $70

NV, Italy, Piedmont, Brachetto d’Acqui DOCG, Giulio Cocchi • Brachetto $11/55

NV, Italy, Veneto, Vignale di Cecilia ‘Val di Spin’ Petillant  Garganega, Glera $52



2015, France, Loire Valley, Sancerre, Mathias & Emile Roblin “Origine” • Sauvignon Blanc $15 / 70

2015, Italy, Terre Siciliane IGT, Occhipinti SP68 Bianco • Moscato di Alessandria, Albanello $63

2015, USA, New York State, Finger Lakes, Dr. Konstantin Frank • Gewürztraminer $12/60

2015, France, Burgundy, Chablis, Domaine Roland Lavantureux • Chardonnay $60

Primary Rock
2014, France, Loire Valley, Domaine de la Fruitière ‘Gneiss de Bel Abord’ Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie • Melon de Bourgogne $12/60

2014, France, Savoie, Domaine des Ardoisières Cuveé Schiste IGP Côteau de Cevins • Jacquère, Roussanne, Pinot Gris $99


2015, Spain, Canary Islands, Bodega Tajinaste Blanco Sec Islas Canarias DOP • Listán Blanco $15/72

2015, USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, Chehalem “Three Vineyard” •  Pinot Gris $55

2014, Italy, Veneto, Nardello Mont Zoppega Soave Classico • Garganega $13 / 65

2015, USA, Oregon, Willamette, Patricia Green • Sauvignon Blanc $62


2010, France, Loire Valley, Muscadet Sèvre et Maine, Fay d’Homme ‘Monnières-Saint Fiacre • Melon de Bourgogne $70

2015, Germany, Mosel, Günther Steinmetz • Riesling $56 (Liter)

2014, Italy, Costa Toscana, Tenuta delle Tipalte • Vermentino, Petit Manseng $47

2014, USA, California, Sonoma, Russian River, Anthill Farms “Peugh Vineyard” • Chardonnay $99

2014, France, Provence, Cassis, Clos Ste. Magdeleine • Marsanne, Ugni Blanc, Clairette, Bourboulenc $65

2014, France, Alsace, The Furst • Riesling $40

2014, Italy, Sicily, Terre Siciliane IGT, Barraco “Vignammare” • Grillo $74

2015. Austria, Kamptal, Martin & Ann Arndorfer “Strasser Weinberge” • Grüner Veltliner $55


Primary Rock
2015, USA, California, Sonoma Coast, Cowan Cellars Jack’s Rosé • Merlot $10/50

2015, Austria, Kremstal, Nigl • Zweigelt $48

2007, Italy, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Bressan • Verduzzo Friulano $98

2016, South Africa, Stellenbosch, Rustenberg Rose • Petit Verdot $12/60

2015, USA, California, Carneros, Scribe “Skin Fermented” • Chardonnay  $80(500ml)

2015, Italy, Costa Toscana, Tenuta Ripalte • Aleatico Rosato  $60

2015, USA, California, Mendocino, Copain “Tous Ensemble” • Pinot Noir  $55

2011, Slovenia, Slovenian Istra, Rojac Maceracija • Malvasia $99

2013, Italy, Sicily, Etna, Vino di Anna “Bianco” • Grecanico, Carricante, Malvasia $99

2014, Slovenia, Dobrovo, Movia Rebula • Ribolla   $12/60


2014, Italy, Puglia, Castello Monaci ‘Pilùna’ Salento IGT • Primitivo $18/85

2013, Italy, Campania, Irpinia, Cantine de Marzo • Aglianico $46

2013, Spain, Catalonia, Conca de Barberá, Celler Escoda-Sanahuja “Les Paradetes” • Garnatxa, Samso, Sumoll $16 / 85

2015, Spain, Ribera del Duero, Quinta Milú • Tempranillo $55
2015, France, Jura, Arbois Pupillin, Philippe Bornard “Le Ginglet” • Trousseau $17/85

2014, France, Rhône Valley, Ventoux AOC, Château Unang • Grenache, Syrah, Cinsault $50

2012, Italy, Piedmont, Barolo DOCG, Casa E. Di Mirafiore • Nebbiolo $87

2013, France, Burgundy, Morey Saint Denis, Régis Bouvier “En la Rue de Vergy” • Pinot Noir  $17/85

Primary Rock

2013, France, Bordeaux, Lalande-de-Pomerol, Château Belles-Graves • Merlot, Cabernet France $91

2011, France, Bordeaux, Graves AOC, Château Auney L’Hermitage “Cuvee Cana’ • Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot $91

2015, Italy, Veneto, Verona, Bardolino DOC, Massimo Ronca • Corvina, Rondinella  $48

2012, USA, Washington State, Wahluke Slope, Bergevin Lane ‘Amare Aeterna’ • Petit Verdot $89


2013, USA, Oregon, Willamette Valley, St. Innocent “Zenith Vineyard” • Pinot Noir $89

2013, USA, California, Napa Valley, Robert Craig • Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot $99

2013, Italy, Terre Siciliane IGT, il Censo ‘Njuro’ • Perricone $94

2013, USA, California, Sonoma Coast, Hirsch Vineyard ‘San Andreas Fault’ • Pinot Noir (375ml) $69


2013, USA, California, Sonoma Coast, Whetstone ‘Jon Boat’ • Pinot Noir $20/99

2013, Italy, Vallée d’ Aoste, La Cantina di Cuneaz Nadir ‘Badebec’ • Petit Rouge, Fumin, Vien de Nus $76

2014, France, Loire Valley, Bourgueil, Domaine de la Chevalerie “Diptyque” • Cabernet Franc $62

2013, Argentina, Mendoza, Valle de Uco, The Angel Oak “Malbec Reserva” • Malbec $74

2013, Argentina, Mendoza, Valle de Uco, The Angel Oak “Assemblage Reserva” • Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec, Merlot $20/99

2012, Italy, Piedmont, Barbera del Monferrato Superiore, Iuli “Rossore” • Barbera $63

2013, Chile, Elqui Valley, Elqui Wines • Carmenere, Syrah, Malbec $50

2015, USA, California, Solano County, Green Valley, Broc Cellars • Valdiguié    $58

2012, Austria, Wagram, Ecker ‘Sankt’ • St. Laurent $54

2013, France, Cahors, Château Haut-Monplaisir • Malbec (375ml) $35

2014, Italy, Piedmont, Langhe, Popolo di Indie Rosso • Nebbiolo, Barbera, Dolcetto $13 / 60

2015, USA, California, Carneros, Scribe • Pinot Noir $99



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