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The heavyweights of wine, these powerful, full-bodied reds don’t hold anything back. From Argentine Malbec to Australian Shiraz to Washington Cabernet Sauvignon these are the wines you drink with steak. They hail from regions that are warm and sunny enough to produce intensely ripe grapes, making them typically higher in alcohol and more tannic, yet at their best they match those elements with a depth and complexity of flavor and enough acidity for balance.

Cabernet Sauvignon | 14 Hands Winery, 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington

Supple, ripe and expressive, with a touch of quinine to the generous plum and currant fruit, lingering deftly. Wine Spectator 88 Points.

Bottle $28


Cabernet Sauvignon | Columbia Crest Winery, H3 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington 

Supple, focused and distinctive, with a core of ripe plum, currant, sage and floral flavors, mingling effectively and harmoniously on the long, expressive finish. The tannins are nicely shaped. Wine Spectator 88 Points.

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Cabernet Sauvignon | Parcel 41 Nine North Wine Co. | Napa Valley, California

This Cabernet Sauvignon has rich, ripe black fruit flavors, a harmonious background of acidity and spice components with a silky texture a ripe tannins to round out this superbly balanced wine.


Cabernet Sauvignon| Skyfall Vineyard 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington

Spicy, tea leaf overtones through a core of red berry and pomegranate flavors, framed with toasty oak. Wine Spectator 87 Points.  

Glass $8 / Bottle. $28


Malbec | Ernesto Catena, Mendoza Padrillos 2014 | Mendoza , Argentina

A crisp style, with flavors of red plum and dried berry that are fresh and savory. White pepper on the finish. Wine Spectator 86 Points.

Bottle $28


Malbec | Altamana Grande, Reserva 2013 | Maule, Chile

Deeply colored and well-oaked, with an aroma of dark fruit and flavors of kirsch, plum and raspberry tart. Intense Asian spice and tar notes mid-palate, finishing with concentrated dark chocolate and cream accents, offset by a hint of citrus peel.  Wine Spectator 91 Points. 

Bottle $30


Malbec | Bodega Norton, Mendoza Reserva 2012 | Mendoza, Argentina

Fruity aroma, complex red and dark fruit flavors, woven together with fine tannins. Minerally mid-palate, presenting some inviting peppery notes. Finishes with a flush of spice and brambly details. Wine Spectator 90 Points. 

Glass $9 /Bottle 32


Malbec | Bodega Mendoza Colección 2015 | Mendoza, Argentina

There's a taut herbal note to the flavors of dried raspberry and cherry. Exhibits a crisp minerally mid-palate, with a fresh and crunchy finish. Wine Spectator 88 Points. 

Bottle $28


Malbec | Concha Y Toro, Casillero del Diablo Reserva 2014 | Raphel Valley, Chile

Juicy and well-structured, with concentrated dried plum, cherry and forest floor flavors that feature some mineral notes. Green herbal details show on the finish. Wine Spectator 87 Points.

Glass $7 / Bottle $24


Shiraz| Jacobs Creek 2013 | South Eastern Australia

Broad and generous, with peach and tobacco overtones to the cherry and herb flavors, lingering against peach fuzz tannins.

Wine Score 89 Points. 

Glass $7 / Bottle $24


Zinfindel | Cigar Zin Zinfandel Old Vine 2014 | California

Cigar Zin is an elegant blend of 90% Zinfandel, 5% Petit Sirah, and 5% Syrah. Grapes are hand harvested and sorted at peak season to ensure quality and flavor and the wine is aged in French and American oak barrels.

Bottle $28


The anchor for this category of refined reds is Pinot Noir, and the world is filled with well-priced examples that offer freshness and vibrancy along with juicy fruit flavors. California, Oregon and New Zealand all shine in this area. Italy also makes excellent values from a range of grapes, including Barbera and Dolcetto, in Piedmont, and Sangiovese, in Tuscany. Lighter in body and less tannic, these wines tend to show not only balance and harmony but also greater transparency, meaning they are more expressive of the place where they were grown.

Merlot | Seven Falls Cellars 2013 | Wahluke Slope, Washington

Plush, ripe and generous, not weighty but full of spicy, mineral-accented plum flavors, finishing against supple tannins. Wine Spectator 88 Points. 

Glass $8/ Bottle $28


Merlot | Skyfall Vineyard 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington

Fresh and open-textured, brimming with raspberry and cherry flavors, this picks up nutmeg and clove notes on the expressive finish. The tannins need time to be absorbed.WS 90 Points. 

Glass $9 / Bottle $30


Merlot | HMS Rex Goliath 2013 | Central Coast Napa Valley, California

Soft aromas of black cherry, dark plum, black pepper and sage fill the nose. Once in the mouth, it is unforgettably smooth with bright flavors of black cherries to balance soft tannins and a touch of vanilla. A supple, fruity finish ensues. Ultimate Beverage Challenge 86 points.     

Glass $6 / Bottle $21


Merlot | Gallo Family Vineyards 2013 | Central Coast Napa Valley, California

Dark plum, black raspberry, vanilla bean, and rosemary fill the nose with a touch of violet petal. Rich and mouth-filling black currant and vanilla flavors on the palate are backed by oak and earth which linger onto the finish. Ultimate Beverage Challenge 91 Points. 

Glass $6 / Bottle $21.


Merlot | Columbia Crest Les Chevaux Blend 2012 | Columbia Valley, Washington  

Plush and generous, with blackberry and plum flavors on a velvety texture, deftly balanced with refined acidity and tannins that persist on the finish. Syrah, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Viognier and others. Wine Score 90 Points.  

Glass $8 / Bottle $28.


Pinot Nor | Castle Rock Winery 2014 | Willamette Valley, Oregon

Fresh and lively, with cinnamon-accented cherry and pomegranate flavors playing against fine-grained tannins, lingering on the open-weave finish.Wine Score 89 Points. 

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Montepulciano | Carletto Montelpuciano D'Abruzzo 2013 | Abruzzi, Italy

Spice, smoke and dried floral notes waft through this light- to medium-bodied red, accenting an accessible profile of ripe raspberry puree and loamy earth flavors, with a hint of herbed black olive.

Wine Score 87 Points.

Bottle $26


Barbera | Marchesi di Barolo Maraia Barbera del Monferrato 2013 | Piedmont, Italy

Black cherry, black currant pastille and leather notes ride a wave of vibrant acidity in this fresh, juicy red, with a lingering finish. Wine Score 89 points. 

Bottle $34


Tempranillo | Bodegas Faustino Tempranillo Riojia VII 2011 | Spain

Light and crisp, this red shows a savory character, with tobacco and leather notes framing modest cherry fruit. It has light tannins and a spicy finish.

Wine Score 83 Points.  Bottle $28


Chianti | Ruffino Riserva Ducale Classico 2010 | Tuscany Italy 

An almost roasted nose, dark plum, leather, chocolate and earth flavors. Rich and powerful, yet stays focused, with fine balance and a lingering finish

Bottle $49


Crisp, vibrant and refreshing, these lighter-bodied whites offer lively acidity and expressive flavors that make them especially food-friendly. This type of wine is made in nearly every wine growing region around the world, particularly in cooler-climate or coastal areas, and though some grapes are more identified with the style than others—think Sauvignon Blanc or Pinot Grigio—there’s a growing trend toward making unoaked Chardonnay and other lighter, fresher versions of typically richer wines.

Sauvignon Blanc | Columbia Crest Horse Heaven Hills H3 2014 | Columbia, Washington 

Light and refreshing, sleek and open-textured, offering a harmonious mix of pear, floral, green herb and spice flavors, finishing with finesse. 

Wine Spectator 89 Points.

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Sauvignon Blanc | Santa Ema Select Terroir 2015 | Maipo, Chile

Shows good balance to the apple tart and dried mango flavors. Ripe citrus hints linger on the spicy finis

Wine Spectator 86 Points. 

Bottle $ 26


Pinot Grigio | 14 Hands Winery 2013 |  Prosser, Washington 

Light and refreshing, with tangy pear and lime flavors on a sleek frame.

Wine Spectator 88 Points. 

Bottle $28


Pinot Grigio | Concha Y Toro, Casillero del Diablo Reserva 2014 | Limari Valley, Chile 

Slightly tart, with lime flavors backed by plenty of acidity. Shows intense grapefruit accents on the finish.

Wine Spectator 84 Points. 

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Pinot Grigio | Kris 2015 Friuli-Venezia | Giulia, Italy

With enticing aromas of acacia flowers, lime, tangerine and hints of apricots and almonds, KRIS Pinot Grigio is bold but clean and refreshing on the palate, and offers a long finish tinged with orange blossom and honey.

Wine Enthusiast 90 Points. 

Bottle $ 30


Pinot Grigio | Yellow Tail 2015 | South Eastern Australia

Appealing, with fresh apple, melon and lemon flavors that are direct, bright and slightly candied, lingering on the juicy finish.
Wine Spectator 86 Points.

Glass $7 / Bottle $24


Riesling Dry | Chateau Ste. Michelle 2014 | Columbia Valley, Washington 

Light, soft, floral and appealing, with green apple, mint and mineral flavors that come together smoothly on the dry finish.  

Wine Spectator 89 Points. 

Bottle $28 


Riesling Sweet | Pacific Rim Winery 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington

Light on its feet, with pear and honey flavors on a delicate profile, finishing silky and sweet. 

Wine Spectator 85 Points. 

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Riesling | North by Northwest The Explorer Series 2014 | Columbia Valley, Washington  

This white is light and soft, hitting grapefruit and pear notes as the fruit-centered finish plays against tangy acidity. 

Wine Spectator 87 Points.

Bottle $28


Moscato | VOGA Italia Della Pavia Moscato | Lombardy, Italy

Taste Carries a soft, sweet flavor, revealing hints of citrus and jasmine, and tantalizes with a refreshing Italian frizzant slightly sparkling tastes sensation.

Bottle $ 26


White Burgundy is the classic example of a rich white wine, yet it tends to be very expensive. Thankfully the world is filled with other affordably priced Chardonnays as well as a host of other grapes that yield full, ripe, bold whites. There are international varieties such as Chenin Blanc, whose home is in France’s Loire Valley yet also produces lush versions from South Africa and California, along with indigenous grapes such as Godello in Spain and Friulano in Italy that make distinctive whites showing freshness and structure despite their richness.

Chardonnay | Chateau Ste. Michelle 2014 | Columbia Valley, Washington

On the lighter side, with lemon curd and spice flavors on a sleek frame, picking up fresh green fig notes as the finish lingers. Wine Spectator 89 Points. 

Glass $8 / Bottle $28


Chardonnay | Columbia Crest Winery 2013 | Columbia Valley, Washington  

Fresh and inviting, with juicy flavors of apple, pear and citrus that zings  through a long, polished finish. Wine Spectator 88 Points. 

Glass $6 / Bottle $24


Chardonnay | Meiomi  2013 | California

This showcases rich tropical fruit, with dashes of mango, marmalade and honeyed citrus that coat the palate while remaining elegant and delicate. A noteworthy achievement. WS 90 Points


Vouvray | Sauvion & Fils 2013 | Loire, France  

Friendly, with green almond and pear notes backed by a slightly off-dry edge on the open-knit finish. Stays just fresh enough. Wine Spectator 86 Points.  

Bottle $31



Champagne | Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Moet Hennessy | Epernay, France

Fresh and fragrant fruit as well as richness, a soft, creamy texture and bright acidity.  Wine Spectator 91 Points/ Wine Enthusiast 90 Points

 Bottle $59


Champagne | Tott's Brut E & J Gallo Winery | California

Floral aromas and a tight, firm core of lemon-lime and grapefruit flavors.

Bottle $14


Champagne | Domaine Chandon Brut Classic Chandon Estates | California

Crisp and lively, with aromas of green apple, cinnamon and vanilla that lead to appealing flavors of tropical fruit and spicy anise.

Wine Spectator 89 Points/ Wine Enthusiast 87 Points

Bottle $36


Prosecco | Mionetto Presto  D.O.C. | Brut, Italy 

Light straw in color with bright yellow highlights it has aromas of golden apples, pear and honey. Well-balanced acidity provide a fresh and lively mouthfeel with a clean dry finish

Bottle 750 ml $ 29.  Single Serve 187 ml $ 8


Prosecco | La Marca  E & J Gallo | California

Bubbles are full textured and persistent. On the nose the wine brings fresh citrus with hints of honey and white floral notes. The flavor is fresh and clean, with ripe citrus, lemon, green apple, and touches of grapefruit, minerality, and some toast. The finish is light, refreshing, and crisp.

Bottle 750 ml $ 29.  Single Serve 187 ml $ 8

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