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  • Estrella – Chardonnay • Merlot • Cabernet Sauvignon – $6.50 Glass | $38.00 Magnum
  • Mezza Corona – Pinot Grigio – $6.50 Glass | $38.00 Magnum
  • Fox Brook –  White Zinfandel – $6.50 Glass | $38.00 Magnum
  • Redwood Creek – Pinot Noir – $6505 Glass | $38.00 Magnum
  • Schmitt Sohne – Riesling – $7.00 Glass | $40.00 Magnum

New York State Featured Wines

  • Extra Dry “Sparkling”, Great Western (New York) – $26 Bottle
    Slightly sweet character with a hint of fruit.
  • Riesling, Lamoreaux Landing (Finger Lakes) – $27 Bottle
    Fresh-cut flower aromas with a hint of lime.
  • Frost Cuvee, Riesling/Chardonnay/Gewurtraminer Blend,
    Hermann J Wiemer (Finger Lakes, New York) – $26 Bottle
    Exciting fusion, refreshing off-dry wine.
  • Pinot Grigio, Adirondack Winery (New York) – $25 Bottle
    Dry and crisp, offering floral, smoky, honey-tinged flavors and a minor citrus kick.
  • Pinot Noir, Brotherhood (Hudson Valley) – $29 Bottle
    Berry aromas and a hint of vanilla. Well-balanced, soft and complex.
  • Pythagoras Bordeaux Blend, Pindar (Long Island) – $24 Bottle
    A rich blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Malbec’

Champagne & Sparkling Wine

  • Voveti Prosecco DOC (Piedmont, Italy) – $29 Bottle
  • Martini & Rossi Asti (Italy) (Sparkling Moscato) – $35 Bottle
  • Korbel Brut (Sonoma, California) – $8.75 $31 Bottle
  • Moët & Chandon Impérial (Epernay, France) – $85 Bottle
  • Cuvée Dom Pérignon Vintage (Epernay, France) – $275 Bottle

Sweet White / Blush Wines

  • White Zinfandel, Beringer (California) – $22 Bottle
    Red berry, citrus and melon aromas and flavors, with hints of nutmeg and clove.
  • Moscato, Seven Daughters (Piedmont, Italy) – $6.75 Glass | $26 Bottle
    A sweet floral aroma of peach and honey.  Well balanced with an extremely refined fruitiness.

Dry Light Intensity White Wines

  • Pinot Grigio, Caposaldo (Veneto, Italy) – $7.00 Glass | $25 Bottle
    Crisp and vibrant with a well-balanced, bright acidity and a clean, fresh finish.
  • Sauvignon Blanc, Monkey Bay (New Zealand) – $6.75 Glass | $26 Bottle
    Lovely depth of fruit with sweet tropical nuances.
  • Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita (Alto Adige) – $49 Bottle
    Fresh aromas of lemons and minerals with light spice and a clean finish.
  • Pouilly-Fuissé, Louis Jadot (Burgundy) – $46 Bottle
    Flavors with hazelnuts, toasted almonds, grapefruit and lemon aromas.

Dry Medium Intensity White Wines

  • Chardonnay, Picket Fence (Russian River) – $29 Bottle
    Citrus Blossom, hints of ripe stone fruit, creme brulee, and a bright balanced acidity.
  • Chardonnay, Franciscan (Napa) – $32 Bottle
    Aromas of jasmine and rose petal give way to tropical fruits like pineapple and mango.

Dry Full Intensity White Wines

  • Chardonnay, Kendall-Jackson Vintner’s Reserve (California) – $8.50 Glass | $33 Bottle
    Delightful fruit aromas with notes of butterscotch and toasty oak.
  • Chardonnay, Cakebread (Napa) – $68 Bottle
    Pear, pineapple and melon fruit flavors with nuances of vanilla and toasty oak.

Dry Light Intensity Red Wines

  • Beaujolais Villages, Louis Jadot (Burgundy) $27 Bottle
    Bright and fresh, with strawberry flavors, gentle tannins and a clean acidity.
  • Garnacha, Artazuri (Spain) – $24 Bottle
    This organically produced wine shows black and red cherry flavors, soft tannins and solid acidity.
  • Pinot Noir, Mark West (California) – $7.25 Glass | $28 Bottle
    Elegant, silky layers of wild cherries, berries and aromatic spices.
  • Pinot Noir, B&G Bistro (France) – $22 Bottle
    Intense aromas of cherry, blueberry with notes of cinnamon and sandalwood.
  • Chianti, Ruffino (Tuscany, Italy) – $6.75 Glass | $26 Bottle
    Well-balanced and complex with flowery aromas and fruit notes.
  • “Santa Christina” Toscano Red, Antinori (Tuscany, Italy) – $27 Bottle
    The bouquet is reminiscent of fresh ripe raspberries and cherries.

Dry Medium Intensity Red Wines

  • Merlot, Benziger (Sonoma, California) – $8.50 Glass | $32 Bottle
    Robust flavors of currant, black raspberry, anise and ripe plum linger on the palate.
  • Malbec, Bodega Norton “Barrel Select” (Mendoza, Argentina) – $7.25 Glass | $28 Bottle
    Sparklingly clean, big red fruits, toasty oak, cassis and prunes.
  • Folie a Deux Ménage à Trois (California) – $7.50 Glass | $30 Bottle
    Zinfandel adds a juicy character, Merlot mellows and Cabernet adds backbone. Forward, spicy and soft, this delicious alliance makes the perfect trio.
  • Carmenere, Select Terrior, Santa Ema (Chile) – $28 Bottle
    Cherry and anise flavors are tight and energetic, with fine-grained tannins
  • Merlot, Rutherford Hill (Napa, California) – $46 Bottle
    Aromas of blackberries and cherries; rich, silky, spicy, and supple from start to lingering finish.
  • Bordeaux Loudenne b Loudenne (Bordeaux, France) – $30 Bottle
    Medium bodied with full fruit flavor and a soft oak finish.
  • Chateauneuf du Pape, Mont Redon Estate Bottled (Rhone, France) – $63 Bottle
    Robust flavors of dark cherry, crushed red berries and pepper with notes of chocolate.
  • Red Blend, Ernie Els ”The Big Easy” (South Africa) – $29 Bottle
    A blend of Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon, with dashes of Grenache, Viognier, Mourvèdre and Cinsault.
  • 7 Deadly Zins by Michael David Winery – $8.75 Glass | $34 Bottle
    (Lodi, California) Blackberry, black cherry, raspberry and strawberry flavors with notes of black pepper.
  • Shiraz, 19 Crimes (S.E Australia) – $6.75 Glass | $25 Bottle
    Ripe blueberry and spice flavors, lingering easily on balanced and medium-weight finish.
  • Bordeaux Superiore, Chateau Timberlay (Bordeaux France) – $32 Bottle
    Well structured and fresh with soft, subtle tannins and hints of vanilla and cinnamon.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Novas “Organically Grown,” (Colchagua Chile) – $27 Bottle
    Black cherry flavors at its core, this is embellished on all side by scents of herbs and mint.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Simi (Napa) – $39 Bottle
    Balanced flavors of red and black fruits, smooth tannins give way to a velvety finish.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, St. Francis – $37 Bottle
    (Sonoma, California) Blackberry and currant flavors followed by impressions of cedar, tobacco and spice.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Josh Cellars (North Coast, California) – $7.75 Glass | $30 Bottle
    Forward and complex with the ripe fruit flavors of black currant and spicy berry fruit.

Dry Full Intensity Red Wines

  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Robert Mondavi (Napa) – $56 Bottle
    Offers engaging red and dark fruit, dried herb, floral and mineral character.
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Silver Oak (California) – $135 Bottle
    Dark berries, black cherry and licorice on the nose, with a less exaggerated oak element.

Half Bottles White Wines

375ML

  • Prosecco, Villa Sandi,  ( Italy) – $16.00
  • Pinot Grigio, Cavit ( Italy) – $12.00
  • Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita (Alto Adige) – $25
  • Pouilly-Fuissé, Louis Jadot (Burgundy) – $23
  • Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer Russian River Ranches (Sonoma) – $19

Half Bottles Red Wines

375ML

  • Beaujolais Villages, Louis Jadot (Burgundy) – 14
  • Merlot, Rutherford Hill (Napa, California) – $26
  • 7 Deadly Zins by Michael David Winery (Lodi, California) – $17
  • Cabernet Sauvignon, Beaulieu Vineyards (Napa) – $20

Beer

Imported

  • Amstel Light
  • Corona Light
  • Dos Equis
  • Heineken
  • Labatt Blue

Domestic

  • Blue Moon
  • Budweiser
  • Coors Light
  • Michelob Ultra
  • Miller Lite
  • Sierra Nevada Pale Ale

Hand Crafted

  • Adirondack Bear Naked Ale
  • Peak Organic Pomegranate Wheat
  • Saranac Black Forest
  • Saratoga Lager

Draught

  • Adirondack Iroquois IPA
  • Bud Light
  • Guinness
  • Harpoon UFO White
  • Log Jam Brown Ale
  • Paradox Pilsner
  • Sam Adams Lager
  • Stella Artois
  • Seasonal (Come check out what’s new)

Non-Alcoholic Beer

  • Buckler

Specialty

  • Mike’s Hard Lemonade
  • Angry Orchard (GF)
  • Steadfast Pale Ale (GF)