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White Wines

Vina Puebla, Macabeo, Ribera del Guadiana, 2011 $ 6.50 / $ 23.00
Genius winemaker Fernando Toribio created this full bodied refreshingly aromatic wine to enliven your senses. It has body and weight with bright fresh fruit flavors of citrus, apple and pear. There is good acidity with great minerality in the long lingering finish. .

Vega Sindoa, Viura-Chardonnay Blend, Navarra, 2011 $ 6.50 / $ 23.00
A pleasant blend producing a medium-bodied dry wine with citrus, honeydew melon and soft tropical flavors.

Ponte, Vinho Verde, Portugal 2012 $ 7.00 / $ 25.00
Crisp natural flavors of lemon, pear and apple on the palate. Good acidity on the finish with a little effervescence, great fun drinking wine. .

Vega Sindoa, Viura-Chardonnay Blend, Navarra, 2011 $ 6.50 / $ 23.00
A pleasant blend producing a medium-bodied dry wine with citrus, honeydew melon and soft tropical flavors.

Paso A Paso, Verdejo, La Mancha, 2011 $ 26.00
Delightful wine that shows aromas of peach, apricot and ripe citrus fruits. Has subtle mineral notes in the nose and on the finish.

Raimat, Albarino, Costers del Segre, 2011 $ 8.00 / $ 28.00
Lemongrass, orange, honey and pear with mineral and fragrant floral notes of honeysuckle and rose petals in the nose, good acidity on the clean finish.

Muga Blanco, Barrel Fermented Rioja, 2010 $ 29.00
Light gold colored, it has a pleasant perfume of lemon and vanilla spices which tell us that it has spent a little time in the oak, cloaking it with a veneer of vanilla. Pear and honeydew flavors in the core. .

Red Wines

Primor, Aconchagua Valley, Chile, 2010 $ 18.00
Enigmatic jammy blend of the traditional grapes of Bordeaux. Funky little estate bottled wine with lots of ripe dark berry, cherry, plum fruit aromas with round tannins and a flavorful finish. font>

Flaco, Tempranillo, Calidad, Spain 2011 $ 19.00
Delightfully light, easy drinking wine with ripe berries in the nose and soft tannins in the finish.

Vinha das Mouras, Portuguese Varietal Blend, Alentejano, Portugal, 2010 $ 21.00
On a muscular frame, this intense ruby wine opens up to well proportioned wild raspberry, ripe cherry and plum flavors that gain a nice spicy edge on the finish.

Monte Oton, Garnacha, Campo de Borja, Spain 2011 $ 22.00
Fun wine with pinot like aromas of sweet red berries and cherry, complicated by subtle herbal qualities. .

Irreverente, Beiras, Portugal 2007 $ 6.50 / $ 24.00
A serious deep ruby colored wine showing vanilla, chocolate, dark plum and ripe dark berry flavors enveloped in a robust structure. Friendly cocao and spice on the finish.

Quo, Grenache, Campo de Borja, Spain 2008 $ 6.50 $ 24.00
An explosive raspberry and aged cassis fruit-bomb. A seductively rich and syrupy wine with great legs and a refined peppery finish.

Wrongo Dongo, Monastrell, Jumilla, 2011 $ 25.00
From the Juan Gil winery, so what the hell can be wrongo with dongo! Cherry and cola on the nose with black cherry on the attack. Some cola on the mid-palate with a cocoa finish. .

Fuego, Old Vines Garnacha, Calatayud, Spain 2011 $ 7.50 / $ 27.00
Deep garnet, full bodied, luscious and ripe with focused sweet cherry and plum aromas and flavors.

Tarima, Monastrell, Jumilla, Spain 2011 (Wine Spectator top 100 wines 2011) $ 7.50 / $ 26.00
Licorice and cola in the nose with black cherry on the attack. Well structured and intense wine.

Paso A Paso, Tempranillo, La Mancha, Spain 2011 (Organic) $ 7.50 / $ 26.00
This wine boasts ripe berry fruit on a robust frame but shows an extraordinary aromatic complexity, the result of good barrel aging for six months in French oak.

Penafiel, Barrel aged, Ribera del Duero, Spain 2005 Half bottle $ 25.00
Lucious and ripe with focused berry aromas and flavors turning toward spice on the finish. Deep garnet color and full bodied.

Muga, Reserva, Rioja, 2006 Half Bottle $35.00
Spanish powerhouse producing a well structured wine. Excellent balance of fruit and oak , meaty and rich on the palate with a generous finish.

F & G Malbec, Francisco Giaquinta, Mendoza, Argentina 2003 $ 9.00 / $ 29.00
While you can, enjoy this ten year old Malbec, of which less than 3,000 cases were produced. Rich and robust on the palate, ripe black and blue berry fruit to the fore. Hints of vanilla and spice in the lingering finish.

Monte Meru, Gran Reserva, Valencia, Spain 2006 $ 32.00
Artfully aged in oak for two years, this traditional wine shows dark berry fruit to the fore and a long lingering spicy finish.

Tres Picos, Garnacha, Borsoa, Spain 2010 $ 33.00
This wine has a great nose of black and blue fruit with a gentle smokiness and licorice. The exuberant fruit is more than matched by the spicy barrel notes with long vanilla, black raspberries, raisins and plums on the finish. .

A Portela, Mencia, Valdeorras, Spain, 2010 $ 34.00
Fragrant aromas of graphite, damp earth, Asian spices, and black raspberry lead to a surprisingly complex, sweetly-fruited, savory offering that is outstanding - Robert Parker- 90 points (June 2011). .

Vizcarra, Ribera del Duero, Senda del oro, Spain 2010 $ 38.00
This tempranillo from organic vineyards, was aged thirteen months in both French and American oak. Its deep ruby/purple color is followed by a sumptuous nose of dark berries, new saddle leather, star anise, Asian spice and crushed rocks. With a superb texture and full-bodied mouth-feel, and built like a skyscraper, this multidimensional Ribera del Duero is drinking fabulously well. Robert Parker 94 points. .

Sierra Cantabria, Crianza, Rioja, Spain 2008 $ 48.00
A balanced and harmonious new world style wine, focused with black cherry, raspberry and light toast aromas. Has a smooth velvety texture and soft finish. .

Emilio Moro, Crianza, Ribera del Duero, Spain 2007 $ 55.00
Hand harvested, and aged in both French and American oak for twelve months. This wine is smooth and gentle on the palate, but ultimately generous with dark berry fruit, chocolate and cedar flavors jostling for attention. .

Muga, Reserva, Rioja, Spain 2008 $ 65.00
This quintessentially over-rated and over-priced Rioja is a well structured wine with an excellent balance of fruit and oak. There's lots of smoky cedar and tobacco notes in this reserva, which shows complex berry and hints of mineral and graphite, ending with firm tannins. If you feel nostalgic for the aroma of your high school pencil case, this is the wine for you. .

Bodegas Bordeje, Don Pablo Reserva, Campo de Borja, 2000 $ 70.00
The wine the Pope drinks!

Sangria

Full Pitcher, 1 liter $ 19.00
Half Pitcher, 1/2 liter $ 12.00
Glass $ 6.00