Not just beer here. We’ve got a pretty slick wine list too (and full bar – yeah. that’s right…) so weather your thing is hops and barley or grapes and time, we’ve got you covered…
New Zealand – Bright and rich minerality with grapefruit, apple and notes of melon.
This dry white is well balanced with lively fruit flavors and a fresh floral bouquet aroma.
Vermont – La Crescent / Cayuga – Fresh and lively with floral aromas
Vermont – A nice, off-dry and lightly sweet blend of Cayuga and Seyval.
California – Flavors of ripe tropical and stone fruit are complemented by notes of caramel and toasted oak.
California – A simple hard-working wine. Cherry, strawberry and raspberry on the nose, cranberry and clove finish. Goes with everything!
A medium body merlot with a ripe raspberry flavor and velvety tannins
Argentina – Aromas of ripe red fruits like cherries and strawberries complimented by light hints of coffee and chocolate from the oak
France – A lush bouquet with ripe plummy-cassis fruit and a good structure.
Made with organic grapes. Elegant style with minerals, cherry and black currents.
Delicately perfumed on the nose with hints of wild apples, dusty pear skins, and quince.
Soft and light, displaying aromas and flavors of peach and orange blossoms.