Yes, We Have Wines by the Glass –

France Red – Rhône – South –

From the Tank CdR Rouge 2012 ● – 5.97

Vieille Ferme Rhône Rouge 3L BIB – 3.97

France Rosé – Rhône – South –

Patience – From the Tank CdR Rosé ● – 3.97

France White – Rhône – South –

Patience – From the Tank CdR Blanc ● – 4.97

Vieille Ferme Rhône Blanc 3L BIB – 3.57

 Spain Red –

San Dionisio Tinto BIB 3L Red  – 2.97

US Red – Other –

Jack Tone Red BIB 3L 3pk  – 3.57

Sparkling – France –

Montmartre Brut NV 187 ml – 4.97

Sparkling – Italy –

Carpene Malvolti Prosecco NV 187 ml – 5.57

Also, there is no corkage fee on bottles less than 750 ml in volume

(1/2 bottle = 375 ml), or any of the ciders, or any of the meads.

To open a bottle of 750 ml of larger, there is a $7 corkage fee.

Summer Sippers – June 19th – 5pm – 8pm

Glazer’s at East End Wines – 

Summertime Wine

Volpe Pasini Grivò 2013 – 20.57 – DOC Friuli Colli Orientali – The fruit and spices aromas of this make it versatile. The maceration without the skins: the extremely low quantity of sulphur oxide used and the control of the fermentation temperature, make it a fruity, elegant, fresh, complete and exciting wine. Fermentation in steel.

Provenance Vineyards -2013 Rutherford Sauvignon Blanc – 22.97 – Bright, fresh and crisp, exceptionally juicy-ripe tropical fruit and citrus expression. Pineapple, grapefruit, tangerine, honeydew melon and orange blossom layer the aromas and lemon-custard flavors. Hints of minerality and French oak spices add even further dimension to this wine’s profile. The texture is seductive as the silky flavors glide across the palate and culminate in a tangy mango finish.

M de Minuty Rosé 2013 AOP Cotes de Provence – 18.97 – Grenache: 50% Tibouren: 15% Cinsault: 35%. Short maceration from 3 to 4 hours before pressing. Malolactic fermentation stopped by adding sulfites. A magnificent wine: the aromatic harmony of Grenache and Cinsault offers some notes of peach and candied orange. The mouth is fresh and round.

Gabry Sparkling Rosé NV – 16.57 – This sparkling rosé wine is obtained from a curious blend of two red grape varieties- the international Merlot and the indigenous Incrocio Manzoni 13.0.25. The first offers and easy drinking base for the wine, while the second is a native grape variety- a cross between the local Raboso and Black Muscat- created by the illustrious Professor Manzoni of the Oenological Institute of Conegliano in the thirties . Bouquet: broad and fruity, with scents of strawberry, raspberry and plum; floral notes of violet, and slightly spicy and savoury aftertase. Flavor: sweetness, acidity and minerality balanced with refreshing and mouthwatering sensations. Area of origin: Moriago della Battaglia, near Vidor.

Special Pre-Sale Tasting at East End Wines

 – Thursday June 18, 6pm – 8pm

Presqu'ile

Winery Overview: Presqu’ile (press-KEEL) Winery is located in the Santa Maria Valley on California’s Central Coast. “Presqu’ile,” Creole for “almost an island,” is a tribute to our family’s original gathering place on the Gulf Coast, which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. For over a century, members of our family have partnered in farming, forestry, oil and gas, and conservation. Our property includes 72 acres of certified sustainably farmed vineyards where we craft Santa Maria Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Syrah, and Santa Barbara County Sauvignon Blanc.

2014 Rose of Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Valley (12pk) – Vinification – Comprised of 100 percent Pinot Noir from Presqu’ile Vineyard harvested specifically for our Rosé, we use the skin-contact method to craft this wine. Within a couple of hours, the juice is separated from the skins. Our Rosé is fermented by native yeasts and aged for six months in stainless steel. Aging: 6 months in stainless steel Tasting Notes – The nose yields an array of fruity aromas including strawberry, cherry, red apple and guava. The fruit-forward palate bursts with red apple, candied strawberry and cherry. Balanced acidity and a lengthy finish round out this complex, versatile wine, perfect for a hot summer afternoon or with friends and family around your Thanksgiving table.

2013 Chardonnay, Santa Maria Valley (6pk) – Vinification – Our 2013 Santa Maria Valley Chardonnay displays the layered complexity and balance we have come to expect from the deep, sandy soil at our sustainably farmed Santa Maria Valley Vineyard. Native-yeast fermentation, native-malolactic conversion, sur lie aging and light lees stirring enhance complexity and lend a beautiful weight on the palate.  Clone Composition: 131 (28%), 124 (24%), 76 (23%), 4 (18%), 96 (7%). Aging: 12 months in neutral oak (70%), new oak (15%), stainless steel (10%) and concrete egg (5%); rack the blend into stainless steel and age for 6 months. Tasting Notes – This pale golden wine carries aromas of peach, pear, lychee, wet stone and a hint of fresh-baked brioche. On the palate, this medium-bodied Chardonnay offers flavors of peach and pear as well as pineapple, granny smith apple, minerality and a hint of salinity. The lengthy finish lingers delightfully on the palate.

2012 Pinot Noir, Santa Maria Valley (6pk) Vinification – 66% whole cluster.  Barrel Aging: 17 months in French oak (28% new). Filtration: Unfiltered.  Fining: Unfined. Tasting Notes – The nose of this deep ruby-red wine offers a mix of black cherry, pomegranate, cassis, black tea, five-spice and a hint of underbrush. Framed by a small amount of new oak, the palate confirms a mixture of black and red fruit, cola, anise, black tea and a hint of mulling spice. Fine tannic structure, balanced acidity and a lingering finish round out the experience.

2012 Pinot Noir Steiner Creek Vineyard, Santa Maria Valley (6pk)Vinification – Barrel Aging: 17 months in French oak (15% new). Tasting Notes  – Forest floor, pipe tobacco, fresh mushroom, red cherry, cassis, a hint of baking spice and sandalwood are dominant on the nose of this deep-garnet-colored wine. On the palate, silky fine tannins and excellent structure frame flavors of ripe red cherry, raspberry and pomegranate followed by bright, balanced acidity and a lengthy finish.