White Wine List


Mionetto, Prosecco, Veneto IT – $10, $36
Golden apples/fresh/well-balanced

Mionetto, Moscato, Veneto IT – $10, $36
White peach/honey/spring floral notes

Perrier-Jouët, “Grand Brut”, Epernay FR – $90
Lively/apricot/mineral notes

Chateau St. Michelle, Riesling, Columbia Valley WA – $8, $30
Apples/peach/touch of minerality

Fontaleoni, Vernaccia, San Gimgnano, Tuscany IT – $9, $32
Crisp/floral/citrus notes

Santa Cristina, “Campogrande”, Orvieto Classico, Umbria IT – $9, $32
Tropical fruit/citrus/orange blossom

Tomaresca, Chardonnay, Puglia IT – $9, $32

Jermann, Pinot Grigio, Fruili IT – $10, $36
Lemon peel/tangerine/smoked almond

Black Stallion, Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley CA – $10, $32
Passion fruit/citrus zest/minerality

Virginia Dare, “Two Arrowheads”, Paso Robles CA – $12, $44
White peaches/guava/orange blossom/nutmeg

Sonoma-Cutrer, Chardonnay, Russian River CA – $14, $52
Lemon/lime/green apple/pear

Stags’ Leap Winery, Chardonnay, Napa Valley CA – $65
Lemon zest/citrus/crisp pear/well integrated

Rombauer, Chardonnay, Carneros CA – $80
Tropical fruit/citrus/orange blossom

Tomaresa, “Calafurnia” Negroamaro Rosado, Puglia IT – $9, $32
Fresh/dark raspberries/floral/dry


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White wine is mainly from “white” grapes, which are green or yellow in colour, such as the Chardonnay, Sauvignon, and Riesling. Some white wine is also made from grapes with coloured skin, provided that the obtained wort is not stained. Pinot noir, for example, is commonly used to produce champagne.