Wines by the Glass


Cinsault, Grenache, Shiraz, Mourvedre and Pinotage: Delightfully sweet/spicy, with peppery berries, cherries, with a smooth start and a dry finish. Named after the pruning tool shown on the label, called a "secateur", mais oui. Only offered by the glass at our Coeur d'Alene restaurant.  
$ / Glass


N.E. Italy; meaning "fresh and light" in the Italian dialect, Garbel is just that, in a friendly, crisp and festive bubbly.
$7 / Glass


Soft and medium dry, a blended fortified wine made on an island 500 miles off the coast of Portugal, which is heated slowly for 90 days to create its specific elegant nuttiness.
$5 / Glass


Kicky and a little floral, with brambly strawberry, apricot and watermelon flavors. Made mostly of Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris, with touches of Riesling and Muller Thurgau to round out the body.
$7 / Glass

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