Complete list of Wines


Alvear Solera Cream Montilla-Moriles 500ml $34.00

This goes through your typical Solera system and is an Oloroso up until it is blended with concentrated Pedro Ximenez to become a sweet wine. There is a soft, raisiny nose, and on the palate roasted nuts with a liqueur-like mouthfeel.

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Lustau N.V. Solera Reserva Dry Oloroso Sherry Don Nuno $45.00

Rich and super concentrated on the palate with flavors of stone fruit, coffee, caramel, and, again, roasted nuts, this has an intensity that is amazing. The finish is persistent and making it fascinating to pair with food. Served at room temperature as an aperitif. Great with cheese.

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Lustau N.V. Solera Reserva Jerez Fino Sherry Jarana $28.00

Like a Manzanilla this is light, elegant, crisp, and appropriate as an aperitif, or perfect with tapas or seafood dishes. Aromas of roasted nuts with a honey palate. Somewhat rich in the mouth, balanced by a superb acidity. Served chilled.

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Hidalgo N.V. La Gitana Manzanilla Sherry y Manzanilla $22.00

Manzanilla is the rarest of all authentic type sherries, being uniquely site-specific in origin. Mature beneath a constant veil of flor (yeast) only occurs on the beachfront in Sanlucar, giving this wine a dry, haunting delicacy analogous to fine Champagne.

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Lustau N.V. Solera Reserva Dry Amontillado Sherry Los Arcos $28.00

This sherry is similar to an aged Fino. however, Amontillados are bit heavier than the lighter Finos. A powerful, distinctive nutty bouquet, with a round palate and s a lingering finish. Flavors of caramel, roasted nuts, and raisins. Perfect with soups or as an aperitif. Served slightly chilled.

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Whites Wines


Condes de Albarei 2006 Salneval Albariño Rias Baixas $17.95
A delightful perfume of mandarine orange, lime and white flowers will keep your nose in the glass over and over between sips. The taste is the greatest appeal, of course, fresh and at-tractive with a crisp, minerally finish.—KL Wines

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Martin Codax Albariño 2006 $23.95

Bright and juicy, with scents of apricot and pithy grapefruit acidity, this ends with a touch of bitterness. For grilled prawns.—Wine & Spirits

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Valminor 2006 Albariño Rias Baixas $25.95

This 100% Albariño has brilliant color and when you take in the citrus aromas, the word that pops into your mind will be "alive". There is nothing quite like a fresh white wine on the nose. Elegant and full of fruit on the palate, but it's the overall balance that makes this very exciting. —KL Wines

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Whites: Mixed Varietals

Muga 2005 Blanco Rioja

90% Viura and 10% Malvasia.


2006 Via Terra, Garnacha Blanc, Terra Alta

Primarily Garnacha Blanc with a very small amount of Macabeo. The wine was aged for four months in French oak. It is nicely aromatic with white flowers and stone-fruit notes. On the palate, there are ripe flavors of pear and lychee with a very nice underlying minerality. This wine will make a great apéritif but also go well with any fish or white meat. —KL Wines


2006 Can Feixes Blanco Penedes, Spain

Only grapes from Can Feixes' own harvest, picked by hand with manual selection of the grapes from the vines and then at the sorting table in the bodega go into this spectacular white. This blend of Parellada, Macabeo, Chardonnay and Malvasía was matured in stainless steel tanks over fine lees before being bottled. It is very fresh and spring-like, with wonderful acidity and white flower aromatics. A delight with all manner of ocean-dwelling critters!

Red Wines


2003 "Lamilla" by Vinos de Terrunos, Jumilla

The 2003 La Milla is 100% Monastrell from 60- to 80-year-old vines in Jumilla. The wine was aged for 8 months in used French and American oak and bottled unfiltered and unfined. Opaque purple-colored, it offers up exuberant aromas of Asian spice, soy, asphalt, blueberry and blackberry liqueur. On the palate it is super-ripe, supple-textured, and layered with no hard edges. The finish is long and pure. —Wine Advocate


2005 Bodegas Tintoralba SCL Higueruela Grenache, Almansa

Mostly Garnacha (with 12% Syrah), this Mediterranean-styled wine is locked and loaded on the nose: There’s a ton of mineral, sunshine and earthy blackberry aromas. The palate is full with cherry and raspberry, and the acidity is strong enough to keep the wine stable. In the end it’s almost lean and perky." (12/15/2007) Value simply oozes from this rich red. —Wine Enthusiast

2005 Las Rocas de San Alejandro, Garnacha, Calatayud

The unoaked 2005 Las Rocas Garnacha is sourced from low yielding vineyards ranging in age from 70-100 years. It gives up attractive aromas of kirsch, raspberries, pepper, and damp earth. This is followed by a broad, full-flavored wine with a supple texture and no hard edges. Drink this pleasure-packed wine over the next 2-3 years. 2/28/2007 —Wine Advocate

2005 Viña Valoria Joven, Rioja

Viña Valoria is a boutique winery in the Spain's Rioja Alta region. Started in 1860 in Logroño, a historically rich winemaking town, the winery is owned by the Perez Foncea family. The 2005 vintage is a blend of 80% tempranillo, 10% graciano and 10% mazuelo (aka carignan). Meant to age, this joven (young) wine will drink well for years to come.

2003 Biurko Los Valles Crianza, Rioja
Made from 100% Tempranillo, this wine is aged in a mix of French and American oak. This complex red is grown at high altitude (over 1200 feet) with the vines being somewhere between 15-20 years old. The rich concentrated fruit is beautifully balanced with acidity and minerality. From the ripe cherry fruit to the long spicy finish, this wine is a must try with rack of lamb…oh yeah and it's certified organic in the EU!

2003 Viña Izadi Crianza, Rioja

This winery is located in the heart of the Basque section of the Rioja known as the Rioja Alavesa. Grown on calcareous clay soils, the Tempranillo achieves a richness and a delicacy that only grapes grown on mineral soils can achieve. 90% Tempranillo, 5% Graciano, and 5% Mazuelo. This Crianza was aged for 14 months in American oak.


Mixed Red Varietals

2006 Senorio de Barahonda Carro Tinto, Yecla

The vineyards of Señorio de Barahonda are some of the oldest monastrell vineyards ) in Spain and the winery is one of the oldest in the country. The 2006 Carro is comprised of 50% monastrell, 20% syrah, 20% tempranillo and 10% merlot. This unoaked blend is sultry and fruit-forward with excellent balance at an incredible price! Parker score the 2005 90 points. — KL Wines

2004 Finca Sobreño, Toro

Finca Sobreno is a red made from a Tinto de Toro grape, the clone of Tempranillo. Vanilla oak, deep blackberry fruit. The full flavors compliment the long spicy finish and ripe tannins. The 2004 Crianza has considerably more to offer. It is a saturated purple in color, with lots of smoke, lead pencil, and cedar on the nose. On the palate, it is full-flavored, layered, and long. It will benefit from 1-3 years of cellaring and drink well for a decade.—Wine Advocate




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