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House Wine:

California Oak Vineyard, Chardonnay.

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Pinot Gris – Del Rio

Oregon's rouge valley warm days and cool nights the pinot gris from Del Rio is almost chardonnay-like in style: rich, slightly toasted, with fine balancing acidity. 10 40

Pinot Grigio – Pitars

Italy’s pinot grigio’s are unoaked, with a crisp, dry style. The best ones are grown in the foothills of the Alps either in north central Italy or the northeast, where the cool climate preserves the natural fruit acids. 28

Sauvignon Blanc, Conde De Velazquez

“Pacific Rim” style, emphasizing fruit, crisp acidity and a palate-cleansing minerality. From Chile’s Aconcagua Valley, in the shadow of the world’s third highest mountain. 6 24

Chardonnay, Conde de Velazquez

Dry white wine from Chile’s Andes Mountains 6 24

Chardonnay, Aqua Pumpkin

From Santa Barbara County, these vineyards have the coolest climate and longest fall ripening period of any wine region in California, letting the grapes develop maximum flavor while retaining their crisp, palatecleansing fruit acids. Apples & Pears balanced with delicate oak. 9 36

Riesling, Kung Fu Girl, Charles Smith

Columbia Valley, Washington's sunny days & chilly nights-often seen in dry climate for Riesling grapes. The grapes come from the Evergreen Vineyards, a higher–altitude vineyard with particularly cool nights. 8 33

Moscato – Casa de Campo Argentina

The grape that many believe is the "wine world’s" oldest. The wine balance crisp acidity with an off-dry style, beginning with a fine fragrant nose. Recently awarded 28 “Best Buy” in Wine Enthusiast magazine. 7

Rose –Natural Sweet Wine South Africa

Finely fragrant with a subtle touch of sweetness. 28 Delicate hints of lavender & rose petal.

by the glass by the bottle

House Wine: California Oak Vineyard, Cabernet Sauvignon

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Merlot, Conde de Valazquez

Soft, dry red from Chile’s Andes Mountations. 6 24

Casa de Campo Malbec

Dry red wine from Argentina’s most popular grape. Recently awarded “Best Buy” in Wine Enthusiast magazine. 28

Pinot Noir, Aqua Pumpkin

Pinot Noir grows better in cooler climates than do most other red wine grape varieties and are often grown in the same vineyards as chardonnay. 11 44

Pinot Noir Gerard Bertrand

France’s Gerard Bertrand is one the leading winemakers in the South of France, recently acclaimed in both Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast. 10 40

Cabernet Sauvignon, Conde de Velazquez

Big, intense flavor from Chile’s Andes Mountains. 6 24

Cabernet Sauvignon, California Karma

Packed with flavors reminiscent of black currant and dark cherry 8 32

**Sparkling Wines Gerard Bertrand Cremant de Limoux

Modern-style sparkling wine from vineyards around the town of Limoux, in the Pyrenean foothills of southern France. Wine is made from manzac, chenin blanc and chardonnay. 45

Flor Prosecco

Prosecco is Italy’s best known dry sparkling wine. It comes from the Prosecco region of northern Italy. Created by Mario Batali and his restaurant partners, Lidia and Joe Bastianich. 44


Oak Street Bistro Wine Menu