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COFFEE HOUSE: DAILY

6:30am – 11pm

BARROOM: MONDAY-FRIDAY

3pm – Close

BARROOM: SATURDAY-SUNDAY

12pm – Close

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6:30am – 5pm

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5pm – 10pm

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    Every Monday from 7 – 10 p.m.

WEDNESDAY WINE TASTING

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 24th Tasting – Tuscany
ON TO ITALY: One Big Vineyard

Italy is the largest producer of wine in the world, and unlike other countries, all regions of Italy make wine. Italians have traditionally made wine from native grapes, which don’t transplant to other parts of the world as successfully as do French grapes. Hence, Sangiovese (san joe VAY zay) and Trebbiano (tray BEE ahn o) aren’t household names like Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Tuscany

Tuscany sits north of Rome. Its most famous city is the Renaissance capital Florence, and it is home to Italy’s most famous wine, Chianti. Chianti consists of a blend of grapes based on Sangiovese. This grape is known for having the subtle taste of orange peels and not having a long “finish” after it’s swallowed.

Featured wine: Malenchini Red Label

A small area of Tuscany is considered particularly prestigious, and wines and wines from here may be called “Chianti Classico.”

Featured wine: Luiano Chianti Classico

No, a “Super Tuscan” is not an Italian Superman! This term is used for wines from here in which, much to the dismay of traditionalists, “International” (read French) varieties are blended.

Featured wine: Luiano Lui

The most prevalent white grape in Tuscany is Trebbiano, but other white grapes, such as Pinot Grigio and Malvasia (mal VAH zee ah), are also employed here.

Featured wine: Carpineto Dogajolo White