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Whites Reds Pinot Noir 3oz. 6oz. 9oz.

bottle
250 Dyed-in-the-Wool “Ram’s Reserve,”
Chardonnay 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle
Red Blends 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle Marlborough NZ ’06 4.50 8.75 12.75 33
300 “Crimson,” Stephen Vincent, 251 Jean-Claude Boisset, Burgundy ’05 4.75 9.50 13.75 36
100 Sutter Home Fré (alcohol-free) ’06 13 Paso Robles ’06 3.00 6.00 8.50 22 252 Frei Brothers, Russian River ’06 5.00 10.00 14.50 38
301 RayLen “Carolinius,” 253 Étude, Carneros ’06 62
101 RH Phillips “Night Harvest,”
California ’06 2.75 5.50 7.75 20 North Carolina ’04 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
302 Newton “Claret,” Napa ’05 32 Cabernet Sauvignon 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle
102 Clos du Bois “Barrel Fermented,”
303 Estancia Meritage, Paso Robles ’05 45 500 RH Phillips “Night Harvest,”
Sonoma ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 22
304 “Magnificat,” Franciscan Oakville Estate, California ’05 2.75 5.50 7.75 20
103 Penfold’s “Koonunga Hills,” 501 J. Lohr “Seven Oaks,” Paso Robles, ’06 3.50 7.00 10.00 26
Napa ’03/’04 78
Australia ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
305 “Cyrus,” Alexander Valley Vineyards, 502 Hogue “Genesis,”
104 Kendall Jackson “Vintner’s Reserve,” Alexander Valley ’03/’04 85 Washington State ’05 3.25 7.25 10.25 27
California ’06 3.50 6.75 9.75 25 503 Rodney Strong, Sonoma ’05 3.75 7.50 10.75 28
306 Meritage, Childress “Reserve,”
105 Rodney Strong “Chalk Hill,” North Carolina ’03/’04 95 504 “Kew Double Ewe,” Lake County ’04 4.50 9.00 13.00 34
Sonoma ’06 4.00 7.75 11.25 29 505 Oberon, Napa ’05 4.75 9.50 13.75 36
506 Franciscan, Napa ’05 5.00 9.75 14.25 37
106 Franciscan, Oakville, Napa ’06 4.00 8.00 11.50 30 Old World Reds 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle
507 Rodney Strong “Alexander’s Crown,”
107 Joseph Carr, Napa ’06 4.25 8.50 12.25 32 350 Barbera d’Asti, Prunotto, Italy ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 23 Alexander Valley ’04 48
108 Louis Jadot Pouilly Fuisse, Burgundy ’06 36 351 Beaujolais-Villages, 508 Mt. Veeder, Napa ’05 64
Georges Duboeuf ’06 19 509 Arrowood, Sonoma ’02/’04 74
109 Pine Ridge, Carneros ’05 44
352 Bordeaux, Château La Rose Metairie, 510 Silver Oak, Alexander Valley ’01 95
110 Dutton Estate, Russian River ’03 64 Haut Medoc ’05 3.50 7.00 10.00 26
111 Leflaive Chassagne-Montrachet,
Burgundy ’05 67
353 Bordeaux, Château Gauthier,
Medoc ’03 4.75 9.50 13.75 36
Sparkling
354 Chianti, Da Vinci, Italy ’06 3.50 6.75 10.50 25 600 Zardetto Prosecco Brut, Italy split 7.50 28
112 Grgich Hills, Napa ’05 74
355 Chianti, Ruffino Classico Riserva 601 Kenwood Brut, Sonoma split 7.00 26
“Tan Label” ’05 40 602 Domaine Chandon “Riche”, California NV 30
Crisp Whites 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle 356 Rosso di Montalcino, Silvio Nardi ’04 38 603 Mumm Cuvée Brut, Napa NV 32
604 Perrier Jöuet Grand Brut, France NV 49
357 Super Tuscan, Brancaia “TRE,”
150 Albariño, Licia, Rias Baixas, Tuscany ’05 4.50 9.00 13.00 34 605 Moët & Chandon, “White Star,” France NV 75
Spain ’06 4.00 7.75 11.25 29 606 Roederer Brut Premier, France NV 86
358 Rhône, Jaboulet “Parallel 45,”
151 Grüner Veltliner, Höpler, France ’06 3.25 6.50 9.25 24 607 Veuve Clicquot Brut “Yellow Label,” France NV half 45 86
Austria ’07 3.25 6.50 9.25 24 608 Moët & Chandon Cuvée Dom Perignon, France ’98 175
359 Rioja, Campo Viejo Reserva ’03 3.25 6.50 9.50 24
152 Pinot Blanc, Hugel, Alsace ’05 4.00 8.00 11.50 30
153 Pinot Grigio, Maso Canali, Italy ’07 3.75 7.50 10.75 28
New World Reds 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle
Half Bottles
400 Cabernet Franc, Childress, 650 Champagne, Veuve Clicquot Brut
154 Riesling, Biltmore Estate NV,
North Carolina ’05 3.50 7.00 10.00 26 “Yellow Label,” France NV 45
North Carolina 3.00 5.75 8.25 21
401 Carmenère, Calina, Chile ’07 2.75 5.50 7.75 20 651 Chardonnay, Château Ste. Michelle,
155 Riesling, Shooting Star, Columbia Valley ’06 12
402 Malbec, Fabre Montmayou,
Lake County ’06 3.50 7.00 10.00 26 652 Chardonnay, Joseph Phelps, Napa Valley ’03 30
Argentina ’06 3.00 5.75 8.25 21
156 Riesling, Schloss Vollrads, 403 Petite Sirah, Girard, Napa ’06 44 653 Meursault, Girardin 1er Cru “Narvaux” ’04 35
Mosel Saar Ruwer ’07 4.00 8.00 11.50 30 654 Sancerre, Pascal Jolivet, Loire Valley ’06 20
404 Pinotage, Fair Valley,
157 Sauvignon Blanc, Guenoc, South Africa ’06 2.75 5.50 7.75 20 655 Pinot Noir, Wild Horse, Central Coast ’06 20
Lake County ’07 2.75 5.50 7.75 20 656 Merlot, Frog’s Leap, Napa Valley ’05 30
405 Shiraz, Rosemount, Australia ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
657 Merlot, Rutherford Hill, Napa ’03 30
158 Sauvignon Blanc, Ferrari Carano Fumé, 406 Syrah, Childress, North Carolina ’04 25
658 Bordeaux, Château de Pez, St. Estephe ’05 22
Sonoma ’07 3.50 7.00 10.00 26 407 Tannat. Castel Pujol “Estate Bottled,”
659 Cabernet Sauvignon, Provenance, Rutherford ’05 23
159 Soave Classico, Inama, Uruguay ’04 2.75 5.50 7.75 20
660 Vino Nobile di Montepulciano,
Veneto ’06 3.50 7.00 10.00 26 408 Syrah, Semler, Saddle Rock-Malibu ’03 33
Avignonesi, Italy ’02/’04 23
409 Zinfandel, Rancho Zabaco,
Sonoma ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 32
Full-Flavored Whites 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle
410 Zinfandel, Shooting Star,
Reserve Selections
200 “Adriano,” Ramos Pinto, Portugal ’04 3.25 6.25 9.00 23 Lake County ’05 3.25 6.50 9.25 24 Cabernet Sauvignon
750 Robert Mondavi Reserve, Napa ’96 125
201 Chenin Blanc-Viognier, Pine Ridge,
Merlot 3oz. 6oz. 9oz. bottle 751 Heitz Cellars “Trailside Vineyard,” Napa ’02 120
Clarksburg ’07 3.50 6.75 9.75 25
752 Heitz Cellars “Martha’s Vineyard,” Napa ’02 150
450 Kenwood “Yulupa,” California ’05 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
202 Conundrum, California ’06 5.00 9.75 14.25 37 753 Château Montelena “Estate Reserve,” Napa ’00 82
451 Shelton, North Carolina ’05 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
203 Gewürztraminer, Bonny Doon, 754 Caymus, Napa ’02 110
452 Two Tone Farm, California ’04 3.50 7.00 10.00 26
Washington ’06 3.00 6.00 8.50 22 755 Caymus, Napa ’05 100
453 Saddlerock, California ’05 3.75 7.50 10.75 28
204 Greco di Tufo, Mastroberardino 756 Opus One, Napa ’03 180
454 Clos du Bois, Sonoma ’04 4.00 7.75 11.25 29
“Nova Serra,” Italy ’06 4.00 8.00 11.50 30 757 Sequoia Grove, Napa ’05 40
455 Robert Mondavi, Napa ’05 30
205 Pinot Blanc, Valley of the Moon, 456 Woodward Canyon “Nelms Road,”
Sonoma ’06 3.25 6.25 9.00 23
Shiraz
Columbia Valley ’06 4.75 9.50 13.75 36 800 Rosemount “Mountain Blue Vineyard,”
206 Riesling, Hogue, Washington ’07 3.00 6.00 8.50 22 457 Ferrari Carano, Sonoma ’05 39 Shiraz/Cabernet Sauvignon, Mudgee ’01 40
207 Viognier, Bridlewood “Reserve,” 458 Newton Unfiltered, Napa ’02 77 801 Balnaves, Coonawarra ’99 45
Central Coast ’06 4.25 8.50 12.25 32 459 Duckhorn, Napa ’05 85 802 Penfold’s “St. Henri,” South Australia 1999/’03 65

GSOWP1 8/4 GSOWP2 8/4 GSOWP3 8/4
Martinis WINES
Classic Lucky 32, Bombay Sapphire Gin with a splash of
vermouth; shaken and served with three jumbo olives 8.50
On the Veranda, Stoli Raspberry Vodka and Midori
with a splash of sour and lime 8.50 Wine Flights
Blue “32,” Malibu Rum and Blue Curaçao with pineapple juice 8.50
Four wines, 2 oz. each, that share a common theme
South of Manhattan, Maker’s Mark Bourbon
with just enough sweet vermouth and a cherry 8.50
Pomegranate Perception, Grey Goose L’Orange Vodka and Old World Whites
Cointreau with pomegranate juice and lime 8.50
Phantom Cosmopolitan, Absolut Citron Vodka and Cointreau Most European countries are considered “Old World” wine
with a splash of white cranberry juice and lime 8.50 regions. Because they view wine as an integral part of the
Spiked Mimosa, Absolut Mandarin Vodka and Cointreau table, wines are crafted that compliment local ingredients.
with “bubbly” and a splash of orange juice 8.50 The white wines have a common thread of minerality,
Sparkling Framboise, Stoli Razberi Vodka and Chambord a backbone of acidity, judicious use of oak (if any), and
with “bubbly” and frozen raspberries 8.50
moderate alcohol. These characteristics work together
to create food and wine pairing harmony.
Apricot Side Car, Apricot Brandy and Cointreau with a
splash of sour mix. Served perfectly chilled 8.50
Albariño, Licia, Rias Baixas Spain ’06
Bacchus Bellini, Absolut Vodka, peach schnapps, with a Grüner Veltliner, Höpler, Austria ’07
splash of Prosecco and peach nectar 8.50
Greco di Tufo, Mastroberardino “Nova Serra,” Campania, Italy ’06
Shot in the Dark, chilled Kahlua and Bailey’s Irish Cream Pinot Blanc, Hugel, Alsace ’05
with a shot of espresso 8.50
Raspy Irishman, Bailey’s Irish Cream with Chambord 12.00
and Godiva Chocolate liquor 8.50

Southern Hemisphere Reds
Beer
These “New World,” regions take a modern and innovative
Draft Beer 10oz. pint approach to winemaking. They fashion wines that are rich
Bass Ale, England 3.50 4.50 and fruit forward, yet balanced and structured. The
Guiness Stout, Ireland 3.50 4.50 Marlborough region of New Zealand exhibits an exceptional
climate for pinot noir, and pinotage is unique to South
Black and Tan, Guinness & Bass Mixed 3.50 4.50
Africa and is a cross of cinsault and pinot noir. Carmenère
Red Oak Amber, Greensboro 3.50 4.50 is planted all over Chile and was mistaken for merlot until
Seasonal Draft, please ask your server 3.50 4.50 the past decade. Malbec is planted widely in Argentina and
it is no mistake that this full-bodied varietal is the
Domestic Beer perfect compliment to beef.
Anchor Steam 3.25 Miller Lite 3.25
Budweiser 3.25 Natural Light 3.25 Pinot Noir, Dyed-in-the-Wool “Ram’s Reserve,”
Bud Light 3.25 Rolling Rock 3.25 Marlborough NZ ’06
Pinotage, Fair Valley, South Africa ’06
Coors Light 3.25 Samuel Adams 3.75
Carmenère, Calina, Chile ’07
George Killian’s 3.25 Sierra Nevada 3.75 Malbec, Fabre Montmayou, Argentina ’06
Highland Gaelic Ale 4.00 Yuengling 3.75
12.00
Michelob Light 3.25 O’Doul’s, Non-Alcoholic 3.25
Michelob Ultra 3.25

Imported Bottles Blends
Amstel Light 3.75 Heineken 3.75
Beck’s 3.75 Hoegaarden Belgium Ale 4.50 Often different grapes are blended to produce wines of
greater distinction than those of single varietals. The
Beck’s Dark 3.75 Newcastle 3.75
Adriano is made from traditional white varieties of the
Corona Extra 3.75 Pilsner Urquell 3.75 Douro region of Portugal, such as viozinho, rabigato and
Foster’s Lager 3.75 Stella Artois 4.25 arinto. Conundrum is made from a varying percentage of
Harp Lager 3.75 St. Pauli, Non-Alcoholic 3.75 viognier, chardonnay, muscat and sauvignon blanc. The
RayLen “Carolinius” is a Bordeaux style blend of cabernet
sauvignon, merlot and cabernet franc from North Carolina.
It is an easy drinking red that has a velvety finish. Crimson
is handcrafted from a blend of syrah and cabernet sauvi-
gnon and displays a focused core of ripe fruit.

K I T C H E N & W I N E B A R
Adriano “Ramos Pinto,” Portugal ’04
Conundrum, California ’06
RayLen “Carolinius,” North Carolina ’04
Stephen Vincent “Crimson,” Paso Robles ’06
1 4 2 1 W E S T O V E R T E R R A C E
3 3 6 - 3 7 0 - 0 7 0 7 l u c k y 3 2 . c o m 11.50

GSOFLIGHTS 8/4