Beer and Wine List

Beer List

Brewed in Asheville

  • Highland Gaelic – $4
  • Highland Oatmeal Porter – $4
  • Sierra Nevada Nooner Pilsner – $4

Other Beers

  • Lagunitas IPA (California) – $4
  • Amstel Light – $4

Red Wine

Lander Jenkins

Cabernet Sauvignon – California
Complex aromas of ripe plum, toffee and vanilla from oak. A rich, full-bodied wine with silky tannins. Flavors of Bing cherry, chocolate and cranberry, plus spicy vanilla.
$30 Bottle/$8 glass

Chateau Montelena

Cabernet Sauvignon – Napa Valley
Bright, saturated, and ruby-red color. Deep, complex, nose offers cassis, blueberry, mocha, espresso, bitter chocolate and tobacco.
$75 Bottle


Cabernet Sauvignon – Sonoma County
From its deep, inviting color to its enticing aromas of blackberry, currant and cocoa, this wine showcases a great Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon. On the palate, the lush fruit flavors are framed by rich tannins and hints of sweet oak and spice.
$48 Bottle

La Posta

Malbec – Argentina
Vibrant red color with aromas of red cherries, raspberries, ripe plums and violets wafting from the glass along with notes of toasty oak.
$32 Bottle/$8 glass


Pinot Noir – California
A rich garnet color with ruby edge, the wine opens to aromas of bright strawberry and jammy fruit, mocha and vanilla along with toasty oak notes.
$40 Bottle

De Loach

Pinot Noir – California
Bright ruby in the glass, this California Pinot Noir opens with aromas of dark cherry and strawberry with a touch of delicate baking spice. A medium body and a long, juicy finish.
$28 Bottle/$8 Glass


Predominately Grenache – France
A classic French Red Blend that is a full deep color with the bouquet of spice and old leather, with flavor and balance of tannin, length and ripe fruit.
$54 Bottle

Peirano Estates

Merlot – California
Full bodied with dark fruit flavors.
$27 Bottle/ $7.5 Glass

White Wine


Pinot Grigio-Italy
This Pinot Grigio possesses honeyed and assorted tropical fruit aroma. It is a smooth, well balanced, medium-bodied wine.
$28 Bottle/$8 Glass


Sauvignon Blanc -California
Full vibrant nose, tangerine, lemon, lime, chiffon, pear, magnolia, and kiwi. Light and delicate.
$28 Bottle/$8 glass

Chateau Montelena

Chardonnay- Napa Valley
Ripe peach, pear and cloves dominate the nose amidst a flurry of floral and honeysuckle notes. The oak contribution remains subtle with a hint of vanilla and baking spice.
$72 Bottle

J. Lohr Estates

Chardonnay-Monterey County, alifornia
This moderately oaked Chardonnay from California’s Central Coast boasts flavors of nectarine, pear, and apple.
$30 Bottle/$8 glass

Toad Hollow

100% unoaked, this Chardonnay is clean and crisp with flavors of mango and melon.
$28 Bottle/ $7.5 glass

Vinhas Altas

Vinho Verde-Portugal
Delicately effervescent and fresh, with flavors of honeydew melon and ripe pear.
$24 Bottle/ $7 glass

La Petite Perriere

Rose- France
Beautiful pale salmon shade, intense and elegant with floral and fruity notes accentuated by the fragrance of rose petals.
$24 Bottle/ $7 Glass

Two Princes

The moderate sweetness and fruityness are balanced by both vibrant acidity and pleasant minerality.
$28 Bottle/$8 glass

Sparkling Wine

Saint Hilaire Limoux

Blanc de Blanc Brut-St. Hillaire, France
Known as France’s first sparkling wine, Saint-Hilaire Brut displays aromatic flavors of peach, pear and green apple skins with a wonderful, full, creamy mouthfeel.
$32 Bottle


Prosecco – Italy
Fresh aromas of Golden Delicious apple, pear, and acacia blossom. Its persistent effervescence is followed by a crisp, clean finish.
$30 Bottle/ $8.5 Glass

Piper Sonoma

Brut – Sonoma County California
This Brut is crisp and bright, opening with light yeast character, berry apple fruit and faint vanilla. This wine has a creamy texture and exhibits subtle flavors of it’s classic grape varietals with a lingering finish of citrus, berry and light toast.
$40 Bottle