Wine List


Solar Celebration Chardonnay 2014 – 100% sun, 0% oak. $16

Chardonnay Reserve 2013 – Oak aged, with toast, butter and vanilla overtones. $18

Gruener Veltliner 2014 - Known as “GV” to its friends in Austria, where it is the leading variety. Citrus aromas and mineral flavors. Very versatile with food. $20


Arneis 2015 – An ancient variety grown in the Piemonte, home of Barolo. Delicate aromas and flavors of pears, with a hint of almonds, and a lingering finish. $20


Riesling 2013 – This medium sweet wine, with the aroma of apricot, elderflower and honeysuckle, combines richness with a lingering finish. $18


Vidal – From 34 year old vines in Lancaster County. Luscious and intense, its sweetness is derived from the sugar in the grapes at harvest. $16


Petit Verdot 2014 - Firm and muscular, the dense tannins of this wine have been polished with oak from second-fill barrels. Bright acidity underscores black fruit, spice and pepper. $25

Cabernet Franc 2014 - With softer tannins than Cabernet Sauvignon and more clearly defined fruit than Merlot, this Cabernet Franc is much more versatile with food than either. $18

Rosé of Cabernet Franc 2014 - Captures the fruity aspects of the variety in a refreshing style. $16       


(All Bottle Fermented)

Traditional – A blend of the grapes traditionally used in the Champagne region of France, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Brut Zero – no residual sugar. Gold Capsule. $25

Chardonnay – Called “Blanc de Blanc” in Champagne. Brut Natural. Silver Capsule. $25

Rosé – 100% Pinot Noir. Color obtained by brief skin contact. Finished Natural. Pink Capsule. $25