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The Cellar List

This is our living inventory list, so please look for new arrivals on every visit.

Certain wines are bought vintage specific and are only in stock for a limited time.

Please ask your server for the actual vintages that are for sale.


Krug 1990 - An aristocrat.  Big boned and intense, yet with finesse and complez flavours of coconut, whole grained bread, ginger, citrus and honey.  Waves of flavor saturate the palate and the long finish picks up a smokey note.  $400 (WS95)

Roederer Cristal - This elegant version shows beautiful texture and a sense of finesse despite the underlying power of vibrant acidity and smoky minerality. The palate offers a finely layered mesh of blackberry, poached pear, almond pastry, lemon zest and pickled ginger flavors.  $435

Veuve Cliquot – Intensity and style characterize this rich and dry classic that truly deserves its status as a hugely popular ‘Grande Marque’.  Full bodied and packed with ripe, creamy fruit and biscuit aromas.  $120


Summerhill Organic Ehrenfelser  2013 – Canada - Luxurious texture and wild delicious layers of flavour and aromas.  $50

Louis Jadot Pouilly Fuisse Chardonnay 2012– France - Finesse and distinction, with aromas of almonds, grapefruit, and lemon. The wine has a palate that is fresh and full.  $76

Zinck Portrait Gewurztraminer  2012 – France - On the nose, a hint of exotic fruit, rose petals and spice. On the palate, intense fruit with lychee, mango, violets, and a dry finish.  $60

Two Princes Riesling  2011 – Germany - Made entirely from the Riesling grape, this wine balances tart acidity with just a touch of sweetness and has notes of peach and nectarine.  $60

Greywacke Sauvignon Blanc 2013 - New Zealand – A potent medley of honeydew and rock melon with notes of blackcurrant intermingled with layers of delicate citrus blossom and a smoky, dill-like complexity. A classic Marlborough vintage showing an exotic salsa-like combination of succulent tropical fruit flavors and that hallmark herbal infusion, finishing with a zesty citrus tang.  $90

Botani Moscatel Seco 2011 – Spain - Aromatic, sweet nose of peach, overripe apricot, clove, and freshly-cut grass. Stone fruit and melon dominate the palate. Off-dry and good acidity.  $50

Hanzell ‘Sonoma’ Chardonnay 2005 – USA – Tight, strong with oak firming up the plump and gentle curves of peach-like fruit. Chamomile flower scent with a clean finish.  $136


Penfolds Grange 2004 – Australia - Smooth and seductive, this delivers a full-throated chorus of currant, plum, blackberry and spice flavors, hinting at coffee and cardamom as the finish float and sails easily over a bed of polished, refined tannins.  (WS99)  $695

Black Hills Nota Bene 2009 – Canada – (46%Cab, 38% Merlot, 16% Cab Franc)  The nose exhibits bright red fruit with plum and cassis. The rich palate displays complex black cherry, strawberry and dark cocoa. This wine has great balance, soft silky tannin and a smooth long finish.  $136

Chateau de Beaucastel Chateanueuf - Du - Pape 2007 – Chile – Big, deep dark chocolates entice the nose, followed by notes of blackberry jam.  A firm and well structured palate features robust yet sweet tannins and a broad range of red fruits carried by the richness of its oak.  $154

Château Boyd Cantenac 2005 – France Big and deep on the nose with classic cassis deep earthy tones and integrated spice from the wood-ageing. Good acidity and tannins that are solid, yet seductively create a long and memorable finish.  (WS92)  $180

Jean-Michel Guillon Gevrey Chambertin 1er Cru La Perriere 2006 – France Wonderfully open nose with feminine flowers and light red fruit. Palate is smooth and silky, medium body for Burgundy, slight touches of acid and heat on the finish, lovely and graceful.  (WS91)  $150

Il Bosco Syrah 2008 – Italy –  Dried berries, spices and Cameroon black pepper on the nose. Full body, with round and velvety tannins and intense raw meat and dark fruits on the palate, that turn to black pepper. Hints of new wood too. A big and rich Syrah.  $124

Frescobaldi Castel Giocondo Brunello Di Montalcino 2008 – Italy – Smooth and round, this offers cherry, bitter almond, spice and wood notes.  The tannins are dense, but balanced.  $132 (WS90)

Marchesi Di Barolo Cannubi 2006 – Italy Garnet red in colour, intense perfume with clean scents of roses, vanilla, spice and light oak. The flavour is full and soft with good balance and body. The spicy notes and hints of wood blend perfectly on the finish.  (WS95)  $180                                                          

Antinori Solaia 2004 – Italy – A big, powerful Supertuscan that does not sacrifice elegance or balance in its full-bodied personality.  Packed with essence of blackberries, chocolate and cassis; this layered beauty exhibits great length and a soft tangy finish.  $265 (WS96)

Tommasi Amarone 2011 – Italy Layers of cocoa, dried cherry, spiced plum, mocha, cinnamon and fig on the nose lead to equal enticement on the palate, where lifted sour cherry notes and savory spices inform the finish.  $100

Emilio Moro ‘Valdarremiro’ 2007 – Spain Sourced from a single 88 year old vineyard bearing the same name.  Opaque purple in colour, its legs ooze down the side of the glass. A drop dead seductive bouquet exudes embracing touches of sweet mature ripened fruit, spices and tobacco leading into finely toasted creamy tannins, with extremely rich fruit structure and decadent character.  (WS94)  $296

Numanthia Termes 2006 – Spain Dark as midnight, intense and complex, lots of aromatic layers on this lively nose. Red and black fruits perfectly integrated with cinnamon and nutmeg. Velvety tannins leading to full rounded mouth-feel with tons of fruit, long and elegant on the finish.  (WS96)  $180

Insignia 2006 – USA – "Already amazingly seductive with wonderfully rich aromas of sweet oak, cocoa and fully expressed fruit making a first-rate introduction, this riveting young wine in no way lets up on the palate and delivers deep, multi-faceted flavors that combine ripeness, sweet oak and very precise fruit in near-perfect proportion. As is often the case with Insignia bottlings, it is so beautifully balanced that it invites early drinking, but best drinking years are 2014 – 2045. (95% Cab, 5% Petit Verdot)  $475

Darioush Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 – USARipe, rich dark fruit nose. Vivid fruit flavours, liquorice, black cherry and mocha are wrapped in a sleek, savoury package of sage and lavender. Succulent, fully-developed tannins support a quality long finish.  (WS93)  $196