Updated Oct 11, 2021 @ 1:44 pm



Nierano ‘Prosecco D.O.C.’ / Veneto, Italy
$10 gls / $39 btl
Fine persistent froth. White with greenish tints. Fruity flavor, lightly sparkling with a harmonious and full after taste.


Field Recordings ‘Fiction’ Rose / Grenache 90% Pinot Noir 10% / Cali
10.9% / 6oz / $10 
Wine Maker Andrew Jones has a keen eye for diamonds in the ruff: sites that are unknown or under appreciated but hold enormous untapped potential.  He strives for unique wines loaded with personality. Tastes like strawberry, mint, guava, Sour Patch Kids and rose petals.


Anchor & Hope ‘Mendo’ / Red Blend/ Mendocino County
13% / 6oz / $13 (On Draft)
A single harvest field blend of old vine Syrah, Grenache, and Zinfandel, this wine offers blackberry, plum and violet flavors, with bay and tobacco leaf in the background. Dry, Medium-Full Body, Medium-High Tannin.


Anchor & Hope ‘Grüner Veltliner’ / Veltliner / Germany
12% / 6oz / $11 (On Draft)
This Grüner Veltliner is fresh and vibrant with flavors of green pear, lime, grapefruit and white pepper with a clean, mineral finish that makes it the perfect alternative to Sauvignon Blanc.


Anxo ‘Ornamental’ / Washington D.C.
7.6% / 12oz / $9
A blend of three types of crabapples (Burford’s Red-Flesh, Manchurian & Hewe’s Virginia Crab)  & Harrison apples known primarily for their beauty on the tree, fermented naturally in our large wooden casks to showcase the beauty of their flavor.


Root Wild Kombucha
1% / 12oz / $7
Perhaps the biggest rival lobster has, blueberries are an iconic symbol of Maine, where 44,000 acres of wild blueberries thrive along the coast. Despite their distinct tiny size, these hardy little berries pack a memorable punch, with their perfect sweetness and powerful dose of antioxidants. If you try to eat a blueberry before it’s ripe, beware – it will create quite a pucker! Fortunately, their blueberry kombucha, balanced with lemon thyme and immune boosting echinacea,  is consistently delicious year round.