Wine by the Glass, Rotating Wine Flights
We’re making some changes at Enoteca, and we will now be featuring a regular wine list! We’re starting with a special wine list, that will include the ability to order by the glass. Of course bottles are always available to purchase to take with you.
Wine Flights Any Time
Our wine flights have been limited to Friday and Saturday in the past. Now that we have a full bar open, with a bar tending staff in house from 4pm until closing time we can offer flights and wine by the glass every day. Right now closing time is about 10 pm, depending on if folks are showing up for the later hours.
Keep an eye on the email newsletters as we will be featuring some very special and interesting flights in the near future. The new format gives us some flexibility to bring you more interesting and exciting beverage options.
The flights samples will be poured on an informational flight board as 3 oz. tasting samples.
You Like Wine, He/She/They Don’t?
Imagine a scenario in which you want to taste some incredible wine, but your husband/wife/partner/friend/client does not like wine. With our full-time wine selection, you can come have what you want, and your accompaniment can enjoy beer or any type of spirits, including mixed drinks, cocktails, whiskey, etc.
Wine by the Glass list
1: Santa Carolina Reserve Merlot
Visually look for a deep, young violet color. On the nose look for mature black fruit, blackberries, and exotic spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg among a thin smokey layer. For mouth feel, expect a medium body, with soft persistent tannins. Pair with grilled vegetables, lasagna, or meatloaf. 100% Merlot
2: Seven Hills Dry Rose
3: Santa Cristina Antinori Pinot Grigio
Fresh citrus and green apple aromas with white fruit flavors and a lasting finish.
4: Christopher Michael Pinot Noir
5: Snoqualmie Riesling
6: Twisted Chardonnay
7: Argento Bonarda
Bonarda doesn’t have much name recognition, possibly because it’s so hard to pin down what the term refers to: there are several grapes in several countries that share the name. Argento’s Bonarda is the same grape known in California as “Charbono,” and it makes dense, rich, tannic wines perfect for hearty meat dishes. This bottle lives up to the grape’s reputation, and our blind tasters were thrilled to discover a new alternative to Petite Sirah and hearty Cabs. Dark berries, mint, a hint of vegetable, and a meaty aroma—this aggressive nose is everything you’d want in a big New World red. It’s dry and tannic, with blackberries and chocolate to soften any harshness. An intense nose of fresh raspberries with light floral notes. Ripe red berry fruit flavours are combined with a touch of violet and lead into a soft, round finish. 100% Bonarda
8: Purple Star Sauvignon Blanc
9: Botromagno Nero di Troia
The uva or nero di Troia grape is one of Puglias oldest and most noble varieties. Used in decades past as a blending grape, it has recently become a star on its own as a monovarietal wine, exhibiting aromas and flavours of previously unsuspected richness and complexity. Our nero di Troia is grown in the Minervino Murge area, in a naturally low-yield 25-year-old vineyard trained to spurred cordon. It yields a wine that consistently stands out for its elegance and personality; it boasts dense, fine-grained tannins and ease of pairing with food. A wine for wine-lovers.
10: Matchbook Chardonnay
11: Clayhouse Adobe Red
12: Seven Falls Cabernet
Layered & elegant, showing good balance between fruit & tannins. It is dark & rich, with a velvety texture & bright finish.