- bowl of breakfast cereal 3
- cup noodles instant ramen 3
- tinned matiz mussels with crackers 10
- house snack mix (nuts, pretzels, crispy noodles, caramel corn) (veg) 5
- farmers cheese and herbs with crackers (veg, contains walnut oil) 9
- tinned arroyabe tuna with crackers 10
- pickled mushrooms (vegan) 5
- smoked oyster dip with crackers 12
Sei Bollissima vino spumante brut ... $48Piedmont, Italy
This is bad ass winter bubbly and a crowd pleaser that kicks a*s with notes of ripe plum, caramelized peaches, linoleum floor, and a tip of the tongue acidity that has a hint of lime skittles. This is fun and appetizer-friendly that is a celebration of communal fun and cuteness!
Tamellini Millesimo... $42Veneto, Italy
This is a beautiful bottle of sparkling wine that will make you want to find any excuse to celebrate and bust it open. Whether you’re celebrating that no one made you take your magic wand out of your suitcase in airport security, that you managed to take that Lindor truffle out of your pocket before putting your pants in the wash, or that you don’t have to hear about Vanderpump Rules again for eight months, this is the bubbles for you! It has aromatic notes of white peach, cement after it rains, beeswax, wet dead leaves, and a rich palate of lemon curd. It’s also extremely versatile with food!
La Dive Petnat (new vintage!) ... $35Willamette Valley, Or
Yum! Very dry bubbly with root vegetables, popcorn kernels, and a strawberry nose that finishes very savory. You'll love it!
La Chavan Naise Sparkling Rosé... $50Loire Valley, France
I love Cabernet Franc forward roses or sparkling rosés because they have so much more flavor then so many other sparkling wines/rosés with aromas of watermelon, dusty rose, rhubarb, and dried clay with a slight green pepper and hibiscus finish. Drink this with a good friend over for ‘girl dinner’ and snack away while you speculate on which of your friends are breaking up, whether or not you should dye your hair this year, or just have a good old fashioned venting session!
Lares sparkling ‘Chimera’ ... $48Carlton, Oregon
You might remember ‘chimera’ as the Greek mythological character that breathed fire and had a goat’s body, and a serpent's tail. Going along with its name, this wine is a whole new beast! This fun pet-nat makes me nostalgic for New Years as it reminds me of what you wanted Martinelli’s apple cider to be growing up (and by that I mean it has alcohol in it). With notes of tofu, macintosh apple, flintstones vitamins, and bright acid you’ll easily drink more than one glass! It seems strange for a wine to remind you of being a kid but actually that’s perfect because kids act like drunk people anyway- or drunk people act like kids - however you want to see it.
Stoppini I Cangianti ‘Skizzo’ Sparkling Rosé... $42Umbria, Italy
guava, pithy citrus and cooked down rhubarb, this sparkling rosé is very alive and fresh with lots of bottle-to-bottle variation. Natty wine hipsters, this one's for you!
Las Mercedes de callejuela ... $45Andalucia, Spain
Do you love DRY Sherry? Well then you'll love this white wine and its 'oxidative' vibe and bright minerality. The palate has delicate notes of apricot with salty/briny finish. I love wines like this. Highly recommended to pair with the sprat toast or tuna melt!
La Dive White Wine... $36Columbia Valley, Wa
This is our new signature white and it's absolutely delicious! This dry Gruner has nots of ripe peach, limestone, with an oily lemon finish. It's almost dangerous how easy drinking this wine is... Everything you want and need!
Libertine Wines 'The Void’ ... $60Willamette Valley, Oregon
As you raise the glass the mind envisions a rushing glacial creek freshly renewed from melting high altitude snowpack. The mouth is consumed by fleshy peach and crisp Bosc pear skin. All of this culminates in a pleasantly sharp finish.
Hiruzta txakolina berezia... $47Getariako Txakolina, Spain
The Basque region in Spain is famous for not only using consonants that you don’t typically see (don’t play Wheel of Fortune with this wine!) but also for having bright, playful, and naturally very SLIGHTLY effervescent wines. This lovely white wine has notes of concrete, candy necklace, hay, passionfruit, with a bright lemon-lime finish.
Frederic Lornet Arbois... $50Jura, France
You’ll love this Jura wine (Jura is in my top 3 favorite regions) and its notes of candied lemon zest, wet limestone, hint of cheese curds, nectarine skin, and meringue with a very dry bright finish. It’s drinkable and luxurious AF! Throw on your silk robe, open this bottle of wine, smoke a joint, and listen to Celine Dion because…your heart WILL go on.
GC Grochau Cellars Melon de Bourgogne ... $48Willamette Valley, Wa
This is the perfect high acid winter white with notes of volcanic minerals, limestone, a hint of pineapple, and a bright/lemon juice palate. We’re getting to the colder months which are traditionally the best time to eat oysters (months that have an “r” in their name as the saying goes) and this wine is a MUST for oyster season!
Libertine Grandma’s Gris Gradient Vineyard ... $52Willamette Valley, Oregon
Libertine is back again this time but with a very different wine! This white wine is scrumptious with notes of granny smith apples, fresh thyme, tarragon, and Anjou pear! It has a great texture and mouthfeel and I know you’ll LOVE IT.
ovum ‘gorge sound’... $68columbia gorge, oregon
complex and sophisticated, notes of salt water, contact solution, candied ginger, green tea, lemon pith
Rosell Mir ‘Terra Crua’ orange... $48Barcelona, Spain
This orange gem is as clean and mesmerizing as a missionary at their first strip club with notes of white flowers, papaya, pineapple, and facial concealer. Cheers to “Stars” in Bend, Oregon, my first strip club when I was young and excitable! No, I didn’t work there but that was only because my dancing skills are enthusiastic but unfortunately not considered sexually appealing by the general public. ANYWAY, this is a skin contact wine (aka. orange wine) has a balance that everyone can enjoy!
Earl Paulhiac Thierry and Isabelle “bise” orange... $50Loire Valley, France
This Natty orange brings it! It is an absolutely delicious and food friendly orange with notes of papaya, flint, slightly burnt sourdough, green mango skin, and meat brine. Trust me, your palate is about to experience true joy. Plus, the label has two birds kissing intimately which reminds me of the special experience I had two years ago where I hooked up with a certain costumed ‘actor’ after a taping of Sesame Street…. truly wonderful!
La Dive Orange... $34Friuli, Italy
A nose of gasoline, Florida oranges, being in Miami Beach with sunscreen in a thong, and subtle white flower notes. Has a palate of unsweetened dark chocolate with sea salt and burnt orange rind.
Coquette Cabernet Franc Rosé... $45
You might think a rosé is a strange choice as we move towards winter but wait till you try this bad boy. I absolutely LOVE how flavorful it is. You would think because it’s a cabernet franc rosé that it would be dark in color like the Cabernet Franc grape but it has an extremely delicate light pink color. Also, it is slightly effervescent. It will fill your month with flavor! The palate journey begins with bubble gum, raspberry goat cheese yogurt, and a hint of hot closeted quarterback jockstrap. But wait! It becomes WAY more savory as it opens up. After 15 minutes you’ll experience sophisticated green notes (wet green leaves, green peppers) and it has a full mouth feel while still having perfectly balanced acid.
jp. bourgeois Freak of Nature Rosé ... $46La Mancha, Spain
The ‘freak of nature’ also prides itself on its unfiltered-ness (new word) and says “shake” all over the bottle. Chill it, shake it like a polaroid picture (thank you Outkast), and enjoy the notes of strawberry yogurt, beach blanket, grapefruit and a fruity and playful finish making this the perfect rosé to replace a meal with in a pinch!
RAM Cellars Malbec ... $50Columbia Valley, Wa
Vivian is committed not only to making exceptional minimal-intervention wines, but also to human rights and diversity in our industry. As a trans woman, she is vocal about LGBTQ rights but also chooses to employ a variety of Queer folks for her close knit team. If that isn’t enough, she also purchases much of her grapes from one of the US’s few (there’s not enough!) black-owned vineyards, Canyon's Gate Vineyard in Washington. Did I mention the wine is great?! Well it is! With notes of with notes of raspberries, black licorice, marmalade, and warm spice- clove with a slight spicy palate that has bright live tannins that aren’t too grippy.
Margins Paicines Grechache... $45San Benito County, California
This wine is very obviously “whole cluster”, and I’m not referring to my lover in basketball shorts. When you ferment the wine whole cluster instead of pressing the juice and fermenting it separately, the fruitiness comes out while keeping the wine VERY FRESH and dry. This yummy red has notes of blueberry, dried basil, lingonberry toaster strudel (is that thing?), wet gravel, and even raw beet skin.
Vino de la sierra de gredos ‘4mono’ GR-10... $48Castilla y León, Spain
4 Monos means “4 monkeys” and refers to four friends and lovers of wine native to the region of Madrid. This “gang of four” randomly met while hiking in the Gredos mountains and decided to make natural wine together. The GR-10 is named after the walking trail they met on which is one of the famous walking trails of the Iberian Peninsula, linking Lisbon to Valencia. While this story makes me want to go hiking in Europe, this wine makes me want to have a delicious meal with an old lover while we enjoy sensual flirtation and stuff ourselves (with food) to ignore the sexual tension. This delicious red has aromas of black licorice, strawberry, plum, bubble gum, with a gripping dry palate with hints of cedar.
Azienda Vitivinicola Cardedu ‘Astili’... $48Sardinia, Italy
This is a classic and yummy red that you will love to love! It has those famous Italian wine flavors and smells like Twizzlers, wet forest earth, ripe red cherry with mud coating, and has a palette of black licorice, and red fruit with food friendly acid that keeps the wine lively. It’ll make you want to invent a teleportation machine to sit in a high end Sardinian bistro over the beach and have a leisurely dinner. And take me with you!
Tenuta migliavacca barbara... $45monferrato, italy
classic but still natty barbara has notes of dusty cherry, forest floor, dried green herbs and a hint of tangerine in the finish. this is wine that's begging for pasta and to raise a glass to my friends- like me after a run. a marathon! This wine is easy to love so if you know you want a red wine but don't know which, this will be your winner.
Château de la Selve ‘Petit Selve’ ... $48Rhône, France
Fun classic style french red with notes of blueberries, raspberries, sweet red peppers, and cracked pink peppercorn, spicy finish. Easy and great with food!
Lares ‘Tymora’ Oregon red wine (chilled red) ... $52Willamette Valley, Oregon
The Lares ‘Tymora’ borrows its name from the board game Dungeons and Dragons and is named after the goddess of good luck in the Faerûnian pantheon. According to the legend, there was once a goddess named Tyche, who was split into two goddesses: Tymora the goddess of good luck and Beshaba, goddess of bad luck. Maybe if this wine wasn’t so delicious he would have named it Beshaba? Either way, this yummy red wine will make you feel lucky, and if you drink enough of it, it might just bring out your inner goddess (assuming she’s not out already!) It’s also deliciously food friendly with notes of pluot fruit leather, wet mud on a piece of tree bark, raspberry preserve, and wet oatmeal with a dry finish.
La Dive Red (1L)... $38Veneto, Italy
brace yourself for 1L (over a glass more than a regular bottle) of fun! This fruity but tart red is alive and ready for love with notes of tree bark, brandied rainier cherry, black tea, and a bright sour finish and you'll be able to chug this bad boy and pair it with everything! It's a yum- bomb and I hope your ready for your palate to explode.
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