Wine Tasting $20
($15 for Wine Club members)

Create your tasting experience – choose 4

 

White & Rosé
1. Amisfield Sauvignon Blanc
2018 Central Otago, New Zealand
Uniquely Central Otago. Lively aromatics with fresh vibrant passionfruit and pink grapefruit. There are ample lemon and grassy elements, some dried earth and apples underpinned by refined minerality. Enjoy with a dozen raw oysters squeezed with lemon. $21.99/btl

2. Cenatiempo Ischia Bianco Superiore
Biodynamically Grown
2019 Campania, Italy
The region of Campania makes some of the best white wines in Italy, and Pasquale Cenatiempo's wines from the island of Ischia are yet another demonstration of this. Ischia is a volcanic island, just off the coast of Campania, near the city Naples. You may know it from Stanley Tucci’s Searching for Italy, and this is their classic white wine blend of Biancolella and Forastera, two grapes whose origins are unclear but which are both now widely grown on the island. Distinctive and zesty with aromas of herbs, wet stones, with hints of apple and white peach. On the palate it’s bright and fresh, with great fruit, acidity and balance. $24.99/btl

3. Krater Cellars Chenin Blanc
2017 Monterey, California
Grown at 300 feet elevation in Oceano loamy sand, south of Monterey Bay and between the Gabilan and Santa Lucia coastal ranges. The Oceano loamy sand and the influence from the Pacific Ocean somehow combine to create a complex, acid & mineral Chenin. Native yeast and spontaneous complete malolactic fermentation. Aged for 10 months in neutral French oak. This wine feels grown-up, elegant and serious. Aromas of sea breeze, white peach, nectarine, honeysuckle, citrus blossoms, lemon rind, crisp acidity with a sea shell minerality. The palate is lively with a great balance of texture, acid, and fruit. Rich yet crisp. Springtime in a glass! Food Pairing: The mouthwatering acidity begs for food. Try goat cheese and vegetable dishes. $26.99/btl

4. J Mourat Collection Rosé
Organic
2020 Loire Valley, France
The latest vintage of an Uncorked Customer favorite has arrived just in time for summer. Made from Pinot Noir, Gamay, and Cab Franc. Bright & thirst quenching Loire rosé. Bursting with aromas of crushed cherry, watermelon & herb, it is fleshy on the palate with intense flavors of cherry & raspberry. $17.99/btl

Red
5. Ravines ‘Cerise’ Red Blend
2019 Finger Lakes, New York (Pinot Noir, Blaufrankish)
A crowd favorite going back to the inaugural vintage in 2006, Cerise, is always a blend of Pinot Noir and Blaufränkisch. The 2019 vintage has beautifully perfumed blackberries and cranberries that jump from the glass, along with a zesty herbaceousness. The silky mid-palette is complemented by fine, crunchy tannins, and a balanced, enduring and spicy finish. $22.99/btl

6. Shelburne Vineyard ‘Iapetus’ Subduction Red
Organically Grown
2018 Vermont (Marquette)
Iapetus is the name of the ancient sea which once covered the bedrock that was thrust into the present-day Champlain Valley. This wine is a unique French American hybrid grape, Marquette. The 2018 is full bodied and just a little funky, showcasing the best parts of wild fermentation. The nose welcomes you with layer upon layer of dark fruits including cherry and plum, baking spices, and fresh herbs like tarragon. On the palate, Subduction has well balanced and structured tannins with notes of black pepper and leather, followed by a long, warming finish. KInda like a hard grape juice. $29.99/btl

7. Attilio Ghisolfi Langhe Nebbiolo
2017 Piedmont, Italy
Nebbiolo is Piedmont’s answer to Burgundy’s Pinot Noir. Its greatest incarnations have a pronounced purity of fruit, a sense of place, and are just flat-out delicious. And while Barolo may be Nebbiolo’s greatest expression, Langhe Nebbiolo doesn’t take years to come around and strut its best stuff. It’s a Nebbiolo priced and designed for everyday enjoyment, and Ghisolfi’s drinks way above its price point with wild strawberry, macerated cherry, and exotic spice. On the nose, a celebration of red fruit and flowers leading with a dried red rose bouquet, wild strawberries, and macerated Morello cherries with layers of holiday spice. The mouthfeel is exciting and full of complex layers of vibrant acidity and stern tannins with plenty of stamina and finesse. $26.99/btl

8. Homefire Old Vine Zinfandel
2018 Hale’s Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma
60 yr old vines produce a rich, brambly Zinfandel. Aged in American and French oak for 22 months, the wine’s flavors offer a symphony of blueberry, black pepper, cherry, plum, boysenberry, cranberry and licorice - in no particular order. It’s a wine that wishes you to take another sip. $27.99/btl

 

Enhance your tasting with

Cheese Boxes • Charcuterie Boards • Chocolate • Olives • Marcona Almonds
Assorted 
Cheese • Assorted Salami

 

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Social distancing guidelines apply

Masks optional

Tables are for Uncorked Customers Only - no reservations required

Please be considerate of others and limit your stay to 90 minutes

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