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    Every Monday from 7 - 10 p.m.



    Every Wednesday starting at 6p.m.

    Wine + Apps Every Wednesday

    Our wines are chosen for their unique practices of organically derived grapes, harvested by family owned estates across the world, ranging from hand crafted European wines to coastal and California varietals! We also offer craft cocktails, and small batch, hand crafted beers all chosen for their unique taste.

    Tastings are $15 a person, or $20 a person with an appetizer. Starts at 6p.m. and lasts as long as
    there’s wine!

    February 3rd Tasting – France: The Other Regions

    Continuing our sipping journey through the original home of Fine Wine, we explore now some of France’s lesser-known wine-producing areas.

    Alsace (all SAUCE)

    This part of France shares the banks of The Rhine River with Germany and is very much influenced by Germanic wine traditions. The signature grape of Alsace is Gewurztraminer (ger WERTZ tra me ner). Gewurz, suggestively, is the German word for “spicy.”

    Featured Wine: TBD

    Beaujolais (bow zah LAY)

    South of Burgundy and north of the Rhône, this area produces light, fruity wines from the Gamay (gah MAY) grape. The Holiday Season is traditionally kicked off with the service of young, newly-fermented wines from here, called Beaujolais Nouveau, on the third Thursday of November.

    Featured Wine: Remi Dufaitre Côte de Brouilly

    Provence (pro VON s)

    Because of the copious amounts of sunlight falling in extreme south-eastern France, this is a favorite work area for artists. Bandol, the subarea from which tonight’s wine has been selected, is actually famous for its rosés. But we’re sampling a full-bodied red from the same grapes.

    Featured Wine: Domaine de la Tour du Bon Bandol Rouge.

    Languedoc  (lang gwu DOC)
    Languedoc, along with its sister region of Roussillon (rue si OWN), is known primarily for producing jug wines for the rest of France. But quality is improving rapidly, and blends of grapes from Bordeaux to the north are increasingly being produced here.

    Featured Wine: Château de Lascaux Rouge

The Jungle is a Reno hot spot for great food and quality drinks.

An assortment of healthy Breakfast items are always available and recently the menu has expanded to include gourmet sandwiches, fresh salads, home-made pizzas, and some amazing appetizers. Some of the locals favorites include sandwiches like the “West Ender” and the “High Roller” the “Margherita Pizza,” and “Tree House Salad.” To wash it all down or to get a jump start on your day enjoy our fine selection of lattes, espressos, fruit smoothies and full selection of top notch wine and beer.