Wine & Pizza Dinner


With Mark Orsini, Orsini Wines
Thursday, October 4, 2018

6:30 p.m., $25/Person
Prepaid Reservations



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Fall Season Beers Are Here

We've started receiving the fall seasonal beer and will be getting more shortly.  Here is the list so far:

  • Crown Valley Pumpkin Smash Stout
  • Foothills Pumplin Ale (Formerly Cottonwood Pumpkin - same recipe, different name)
  • Southern Tier Pumpking Ale
  • Southern Tier Warlock Pumpkin Stout
  • Olde Hickory Oktoberfest Marzen Lager

Look for more Oktoberfest beers soon and a few more pumpkins.

Pampelonne Harvest Pear Palmetto


This is our final installment of Pampelonne Wine Cocktails for the season. And perfect for the cooler months to come. Harvest Pear Palmetto starts with a base of French white wine. The wine is then infused with the flavors of Bosc Pear, Meyer Lemon, and Cardamom. The result is a refreshing well balanced drink with all the flavors blending well with each other.

This one is a perfect compliment to the other Pampelonne Wine Cocktails: Rosé Lime, Negroni Sbagliato, French 75, Blood Orange Spritz, Watermelon Americano and Black Cherry Bicicletta.



Four New Treasure Hunter Wines



Unicorn Jockey Red Blend
Napa, California
Sweet juicy red and black berries show a briary brambly side that makes this wine soft and integrated in its richness and undeniable ripeness. Black pepper and shocks of cinnamon complement the fruit.
Naughty Ninja Cabernet Franc
Columbia Valley, Washington
Cabernet Franc is one of the most Noble of the wine varietals. It is ancient and when it comes from elite vineyards in Washington State, it is spectacular. And this one is indeed spectacular.
Afterglow Merlot
Walla Walla, Washington
Walla Walla makes some of the best Merlots on the planet and this ravishing beauty flexes her muscles with power and grace.
Full Quiver Cabernet Sauvignon
Walla Walla, Washington
Marbled black currant and fig make up the fruit core of Full Quiver. Umami components of smoked brisket and pipe tobacco compliment a sublime finish of fresh vanilla and Mexican chocolate. It’s big, dark, silky, and at the peak of what Walla Walla Cabernet can be.