Cava, Naveran, Brut, Penedes, Spain, 2014 (Linear and classic; Naveran raises the bar) 36.
Vouvray Brut, Domaine de Vodanis, Loire, France, NV (awesome sparkler from land that used to be Huet) 48.
Sparkling Wine, Scholium Project, , ‘Blowout’, CA, 2015 (wacky Abe Schoener is at it again – this time by fizzing Griner/Verdelho/Loureiro) 56.
Champagne, L.Aubry & Fils, Brut, Jouy-les-Reims 1er Cru, Montagne de Reims, France, NV (it’s amazing what 200 years experience will do.) 64.
Sparkling Rosé, Ameztoi, ‘Hijo De Rubentis’, Extra Brut, Spain, 2015, (A Txakolina cult legend’s impossible-to-find champagne impersonation) 68.
Champagne, Claude Genet, Blanc de Blancs, Chouilly Grand Cru, Cote de Blancs, France, NV (soft spot in my heart for Claude) 99.
Rosé Champagne, Henri Goutorbe, Aÿ Grand Cru, Vallée de la Marne, France, NV (Layers of strawberry charm) 110.
Champagne, Lamiable, Extra Brut Grand Cru, Montagne de Reims, France, NV (Very expressive fruit made serious by super low dosage) 120.
Champagne, Jean Lallement, Brut, Verzenay Grand Cru, Montagne De Reims, France, NV (Cerebral but a tad husky, too) 125.
Champagne, Varnier-Fanniere, Brut, Avise Grand Cru, Cote de Blancs, France, NV (such incredible, pleasing, weird detail) 130.
Champagne, Marc Hebrart, “Cuvee Prestige’, Vallee De La Marne, France, 2007 (This is special club in disguise!) 135.                                                                
Champagne, Billecart-Salmon, ‘Cuvee Nicolas Francois Billecart’, Brut, 1999 (the daddy wine of one of our favorite houses) 225.


Beaujolais-Villages Rosé, Domaine de la Combe Au Loup, Burgundy, France 2016 (Gorgeous Gamay in pale pink form) 40.
Sancerre Rosé, Francois Le Saint, Loire ValleyFrance, 2016 (That standard Sancerre chalk through rosy Pinot glasses) 52.
Cassis Rosé, Domaine du Bagnol, Provence, France, 2016 (Year in and year out, this is one of the best pink wines you can drink) 72.


Chardonnay, Domaine de la Fruitiere, Loire, 2014 (tons of character for the cash) 32.
Bourgogne, Jean-Marc Brocard, ‘Kimmeridgian’, 2014 (a Chablis producer’s tribute to the soil that sprung him 36.
Chablis, Domaine des Hâtes, Burgundy, 2014 (Promises of greatness from the burgeoning domaine) 56.
Bourgogne, Alain Patriarche, ‘La Monatine’, Burgundy, 2014 (Alain’s Monatine is scant feet from being Meursault!) 62.
Santenay 1er Cru, Jean-Marc Vincent, ‘Beaurepaire’, Burgundy, 2013 (Outstanding, serious style with loads of texture and depth) 89.
Chablis 1er Cru, Jean & Sebastian Dauvissat, ’Montmains’, Burgundy, 2013 (Perf. Seashell meets macadamia/eyeball-to-eyeball Chablis) 90.
Macon-Verzé, Domaine Leflaive, Burgundy, 2014 (Puligny’s finest family maintains the vibe down south)n 99.
St. Romain, Alain Gras, Burgundy, 2009 (Alain is the lone hero of this otherwise unsung Burgundy village) 105.
Chablis 1er Cru, Laurent Tribut, ‘Cote de Lechet’, 2012 (For fans of Dauvissat! Tribut married into the family line and Vincent D. helps) 120.
Chassagne-Montrachet, Lèon Debeaumarchè, Burgundy, 2013 (Owned and produced by Puligny stud Francois Carillon!) 125.
Puligny-Montrachet, Jean-Marc Pillot, ‘Les Noyers Bret’, Burgundy, 2011 (The ’11s have officially entered The Zone) 155.
Chablis Grand Cru, Domaine des Malandes, ‘Les Clos’, Burgundy, 2010 (good gracious, this is clos at maximum volume) 165.


Pinto Gris, Eyrie Vineyards, Dundee Hill, Oregon, 2014 (One of America’s great wine stories; we have Eyrie to thank for Oregon wine) 48.
Chenin Blanc, Division Villages, ‘L’Isle Verte’, Columbia Valley, WA 2016 (Crazy old-vine site interpreted by Portland’s Tom Monroe) 52.
Chardonnay, Dierberg, Santa Maria Valley, CA, 2013 (Nicely rendered fruit and a touch of toast; neither obese nor anemic) 56.
Chardonnay, Lioco, ‘Estero’, Russian River Valley, CA, 2013 (these guys are blowing the lid off California, like daily) 82.
Chardonnay, Peay, Sonoma Coast, CA, 2013 (We love these bros and the raucouc alpine glory of their site) 99.
Ribolla Gialla, Matthiasson, ‘Matthiasson Vineyard’, Napa Valley, CA, 2013 (killer orange weirdness from one of CA’s new heroes) 105.


Sauvignon Blanc, Thierry Delaunay Touraine, Loire, France, 2015 (Like Baby Sancerre!) 36.
Muscadet Sevre & Maine, Michel Delhommeau, ‘Cuvee Harmonie’, Loire, France, 2014 (Rockwater) 36.
Vouvray, Domaine Pichot ‘Le Peu de la Moriette’, Loire, France, 2015 (Chenin this balanced puts one into straight joy) 40.
Saumur Blanc, Chateau de Brézé, ‘Clos du Midi’, Loire, France, 2015 (Intriguing Chenin from a legendary house) 44. 
Pouilly Fumé, Domaine Seguin, Loire, France, 2015 (All the herbal attitude) 48.
Sauvignon Blanc, Lieu Dit, Santa Ynez Valley, CA, 2014 (Railsback’s Lieudicious is West Coast new wave, exhibit A) 50.
Sancerre, Gerard Fiou, Loire, France, 2014 (Gerard makes sancerre of both height and breadth) .54.
Muscadet Sevre & Maine, Domaine de la Pepiere, ‘Clisson’, Loire, France, 2012 (the best wine you aren’t drinking yet) 56.
Vouvray, Domaine Huet, ‘Clos du Bourg’, France, 2011 (One of the Earth’s Master Estates) 68.
Sancerre, Domaine Vacheron, Loire, France, 2014 (always one of the finest/rockiest/purest Sancerees out there) 75.
Bordeaux Blanc, Chateau Talbot, ‘Caillou Blanc,’ France, 2011 (oh Yeah! Bordeaux makes great whites, too!) 120.


Pinot Grigio, Marco Felluga, ‘Mongris’, Collin, Friuli, Italy, 2015. (Great Grigio is all about texture and spice) 40.
Verdicchio Dei Castelli Di Jesi, Casal Farneto, ‘Fontavecchia’, Le Marche, Italy, 2014 (We love Verdicchio and you should, too) 44.
Gavi di Gavi, Giordano Lombardo, ‘Le Vigne di Sant Martino’, Piedmont, Italy, 2016 (Outstanding biodynamic spice adventure!) 48.
Greco di Tufo, Benito Ferrara, Campania, Italy, 2014 (the Greeks carried Greco over the wine-dark sea, 200 BC) 48.
Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore, Garofoli, ‘Podium’, Le Marcee, Italy, 2013 (Personal fave alert) 54. 


Vinho Verde, Casa do Valle, Portugal, 2014 (take this one out to the bocce court) 28.
Albariño, Neboa, Rias Baixas, Spain, 2015 (From 75 year old vines on slate! Vivacious and clean) 36.
Rioja Blanco, R. Lopez de Heredia ‘Vina Gravonia’ Crianza, Haro, Spain, 2006 (you haven’t really had Rioja until you’ve had LDH) 68.


Gruner Veltliner, Ecker, Wagram, Austria, 2014 (very lively; 1 liter bottle!) 36.
Gruner Veltliner, Weszeli, ‘Langenlois’, Kamptal, Austria, 2013 (whistle-clean fruit and peppercress) 44.
Gruner Veltliner, Nigl, ‘Freiheit’, Kremstal, Austria, 2013 (awesome combo of precision and oomph) 48.

Riesling, Rudi Wiest, Mosel, Germany, 2014 (a pitch-perfect little Mosel put together by good ol’ Rudi) 32.
Riesling, Eugen Muller, ‘Vom Basalt’ Kabinet, Pealz, Germany, 2015, (very cool tribute to the dominant rock of his area) 44.
Riesling, A.J. Adam, Dhroner Hofberg Kabinett, Mosel, Germany, 2011 (wunderkind A.J. is the future of Mosel greatness) 68.
Riesling, Schloss Schönborn, Estate Medium-Dry, Rheingau, Germany, 1990 (old enough to drink itself!) 99.


Alsace Blanc, Kuentz-Bas, 2012 (quenching Sylvaner/Pinot Auxerrios/Chasselas/Muscat; it’s uber drinkable) 36.
Riesling, Domaine Ostertag, 2013 (Andre Osterag is a visionary magus) 52.
Gewurztraminer, Zind-Humbrecht, 2009 (prep thyself) 58.