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Taste In Place:

Wine Tasting Menu 

4 – 2 oz pours :: $15

Add Small Cheese Plate :: $12

Standing Stone, Gewurztraminer, Seneca Lake, NY, 2021

$13 │ $51 │ $39 (to go)

This dry Gewürztraminer exudes a powerful expression of the varietal’s classic spice and floral components. The site’s location on the shale slopes of Seneca Lake is ideal, creating optimal conditions and achieving impressive ripeness. Notes of white flowers and lychee deceive an otherwise dry wine.  

Bliss Family Vineyards, Chardonnay, Estate Bottled & Grown, Mendocino, CA, 2019        

 $10 │ $40 │ $31 (to go)

Grown, bottled, and produced on a family estate by the fourth generation of the Bliss family. Aromas of fresh peach and lemon meringue are present before a lush entry of tropical kiwi and papaya followed by a hint of vanilla bean. A lovely round mouthfeel and good acidity bring this to a lemon-zest finish. Enjoy with our salmon or potato ricotta gnocchi.

Tembo, Pinot Noir, CA, 2019        

$11 │ $44 │ $34 (to go)

Bright magenta and purple in the glass, the nose opens with surprising coastal characters of red fruit, ripe fig, and a little peppercorn. The palate is bright, with good mid-palate weight and a polished tannin profile. More flavors of fig jam, cranberries, and a little gamey charcuterie round out a mouthwatering finish. 11 months in French oak, 25% of which were new. An excellent selection to complement any of our burgers or famous tacos.

Locations Release #8 by David Phinney, Italy, NV

$16 │ $64 │ $49 (to go)

A blend of Negroamaro and Nero d’Avola from the Southern region of Puglia combined with Barbera from Piemonte in the North. Aromatic notes of black cherry, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cured meat are complemented by sandalwood, vanilla, balsa, and evergreen. A silky smooth entry is met with a textured mid-palate of velvety fig, blueberry jam, and soft oak. This spends 10 months in barrels before release.  Pairs well with our beef short ribs or hanger steak.

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