Wool Worth Tower Kitchen

House Wines

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All of the wines listed below can be had by the glass for $9 or by the Bottle for $38
Pinot Grigio
Ruffino / Delle Venezi / 2011

Savignon Blanc
Kendall Jackson / Vintner’s Reserve / 2010

Fume Blanc
Ferrari Carano / 2011

Chateau Ste. Michelle / Harvest Select / Columbia Valley, WA / 2011

Coppola / Diamond Collection / 2011

Rose Malbec
Portillo / Salentein / 2011
Parducci / Small Lot Blend / Mendecino / 2010

Querceto / 2010

Diseno / Old Vine Mendoza / Argentina / 2011

Columbia Crest / Two Vine / 2009

Nero D’Avola
Stemmari / 2011

Pinot Noir
667 / Monterey / 2010

Syrah Malbec
Elina / Argentina / 2011
Dom Perignon / 2002
Harmonious and huge, with the fresh pear flavor intensity of Puligny from a great vintage, the reductive wine-making balanced the weight and ripeness this wine achieved in 2002. For all its size and power, it shows remarkable suppleness and elegance, a sophistication and discretion.

Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label / NV
Crisp crisp, full flavors, consistent quality and celebratory yellow label. The predominance of Pinot Noir provides the structure that is so typically Clicquot, while a touch of Pinot Meunier rounds out the blend. Chardonnay adds the elegance and finesse essential in a perfectly balanced wine.
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La Gatte / Bordeaux Blanc / 2010
[60% Sauvignon Gris, 40% Sauvignon Blanc], rarely-seen sauvignon gris is pink in hue, has thick skins and gives great girth and body ; the sauvignon blanc lends much-needed aromatics. Dry, with nice acacia flower and delicate mineral nuances.

Chateau De Sales / Pomeral / 2009
Bright red-ruby. Perfumed nose of sour red cherry, violet and bitter chocolate, pliant and very fresh, with good fleshiness for this wine.

Clarendelle Rouge / Bordeaux Blend from Pessac-Leogna / 2007
Dark, attractive, brilliant garnet-red colour, with delicious blackcurrant and blackberry flavours, beautifully soft and subtle, with smooth tannin. 57% Merlot, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc.

Château Cheval Noir / St. Émilion / 2009
Its origin is St. Émilion in Libournais, Bordeaux, France. It is made from a Red Bordeaux blend. Wine Spectator gave a rating of 87 out of 100

Chateau Le Nerthe / Chateau Neuf du Pape / 2009
Roussanne 45%, Grenache 46%, Clairette 9% & Bourboulenc 1%. The 2009 Chateauneuf du Pape Blanc exhibits honeted, waxy, white currant, melon and pear notes, crisp acidity and plenty of freshness as well as fruit.

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