White by the glass 6oz
Rotating white wine by the glass $7
Cedar Creek Proprietor’s White, Kelowna, BC $8
Rustico “Isabelle’s Poke” Oliver, BC $10
Stag’s Hollow Sauvignon Blanc, Okanagan, BC $11
Borrowing Owl Chardonnay, Okanagan, BC $13
Sparkling by the glass
Summerhill Pyramid Cipes Brut Kelowna, BC $12
Rose by glass 6oz
Road 13 Honest John’s Rosé, Oliver, BC $9
Red by the glass 6oz
Rotating red wine by the glass $7
Volcanic Hill Gamay Noir, Kelowna, BC $9
Tinhorn Creek Cabernet Franc, Okanagan, BC $11
Rollingdale “La Droite” Merlot, Okanagan, BC $12.5
Hillside Estate Wines Syrah, Naramata, BC $13
Mionetto Pergolo Prosecco, Veneto, Italy $38
The wildly popular bubbly from Italy is a fantastic match with seafood! Clean, crisp and delicious. Lovely citrus notes, with a rich, creamy mouth feel and a fresh finish.
Summerhill Cipes Brut VQA Kelowna, BC $49
Aromas of apple, lime, pear, almonds and grapefruit.
On the palate cipes brut exhibits crisp acidity, a soft,
creamy mousse, and a long finish.
Sumac Ridge, Steller’s Jay
VQA Okanagan Valley, BC $56
The alluring hues of coral and amber embody crisp orchard fruit and citrus blossom aromas. Compliments of toasty nut linger with a soft and creamy floral mousse finish.
Delamotte Blanc De Blancs, France $149
100% Grand Cru Chardonnay Champagne. Light and lovely with a creamy mousse that lasts and lasts.
Hand-crafted and delicate.
HALF BOTTLE WHITE
Kettle Valley, Gewurztraminer, Naramata, $26
This wine shows classic varietal aromas of pink grapefruit, rose petal and lychee nut with rich weight and body.
Conundrum California $32
Rich and lush, full bodied, yet silky on the palate. This unusual blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Viognier and Muscat grapes lives up to its name.
Anselmi San Vincenzo IGT Bianco
Monteforte D’Alpone Veneto, Italy $34
Bright with aromas of fresh pineapple and plum followed by hawthorn, herbs and mineral notes. Pleasing to the palate, fresh and velvety.
HALF BOTTLE RED
Argiolas Cannonau Sardinia, Italy $32
Intensely vinous, typical of Cannonau, warm, well-rounded,
well structured and excellently balanced.
Lastella “Fortissimo”, Okanagan, BC $34
Cherries and ripe berries with hints of dried fruit, finely woven with leather, tobacco and cedar flavours.
Le Vieux Pin Pinot Noir “Adieu”,
Okanagan, BC $36
Expect flavours of cocoa, leather, fine spice and char to linger on a firm finish.
Road 13 Honest John’s Rosé, Oliver, BC $36
Look for the overwhelming burst of fresh field strawberries
followed by bold nuances of spice. Completely balanced, the palate is refreshing and juicy with the perfect amount of acidity. Love the hint of pomegranate on the finish.
Mistaken Identity Vineyards
Salt Spring Island, BC $38
Dry Rosé (French style) with rose petal hue. Aromas of
strawberry with flavours of plum and honey.
Rustico Farm & Cellars Estate Winery
“Isabelle’s Poke”, Oliver, BC $38
Tinkled the ivories with a light fruity air and her freckled nose hinted of pear, vanilla, the skin of new peaches and a little honeysuckle.
Di Lenardo Friuli, Italy $42
A Pinot Grigio with an abundance of rich tropical fruit on
the palate. Thirst quenching and delightful. Very versatile with food, but also delicious as a sipper on its own.
Hillside Estate Reserve, Naramata, BC $44
Fresh clean floral, ginger, baked pear nose with citrus, lees and light butter aromas. Juicy if slightly austere finish but with fine intensity. An easy match with West Coast cuisine.
De Bortoli DB Selection, Wales, Australia $29
A generous wine, packed with fruit flavour, finishing tight
with natural acidity and a dash of smart French oak.
Burrowing Owl Estate Winery, Oliver, BC $50
Complex and intense nose with fresh lemon, honeydew melon, peach, golden apple and subtle aromas of toasted almond, butter and savoury lees notes
Domaine Louis Moreau, AOC Chablis 1er Cru Vaillons Burgundy, France $92
playing on peach and apricot notes with finesse and long ripe flavours. A bit atypical, but still Les Clos.
Louis Jadot Meursault, Burgundy, France $128
Have a fragrant, ripe, full-fruited bouquet which is confirmed on the palate, a generous, supple texture and the distinctive hazelnut and spice nuances which carry into a persistent finish of great fines
Ketu Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand $38
Full of zesty citrus fruit and hints of gooseberry, in classic New Zealand style. It keeps acidity in check with a subtlety that adds to its drinkability.
Stag’s Hollow, Okanagan, BC $42
Crisp, refreshing, New Zealand style Sauvignon Blanc. Classic nose of grass, lime and gooseberry with flavours of melon, grapefruit and kiwi fruit. One of BC’s best!
Babich Black Label, Marlborough,
New Zealand $48
The bouquet is an inviting mix of tropical passion fruit aromas with notes of musk and box hedge. Palate entry is luscious and lively, bursting with red current, gooseberry and passion fruit, rounding off with a hint of capsicum.
Chateau De Tracy Mademoiselle de T Pouilly Fumé Loire, France $62
The aromas of Sauvignon and the floral notes follow through to the palate, which culminate with a hint of celeriac: a wine of character, without a doubt.
Chateau Ste Michelle, Columbia Valley $38
This wine delivers sweet lime and peach character with subtle mineral notes.
Summerhill Pyramid Winery, Kelowna, BC $40
Classic balanced Mosel style Riesling. Floral, fruity, and
elegant. A cold stabilized stop fermentation results in 100%
natural fructose residual sugar.
Markus Molitor Wehlener Sonnehuhr Kabinett
Wonderful sweet, ripe apricot and honey entry, followed by
bracing and laser-like acidity and a finish that goes on and on. Drinking Riesling like this is one of life’s greatest joys!
Larch Hill, Okanagan, BC $36
Spicy, with a bouquet reminiscent of roses. Dry and crisp, with wonderful notes of tropical fruit, citrus and pink grapefruit. Zippy and delicious.
Beaumont Family Estate Winery
Kelowna, BC $38
A dry aromatic wine with aromas of honey dew melon, pear and classic lychee. A medium bodied wine displaying tropical fruit and spice undertones. Enjoy!
Calliope Similkameen Valleys, BC $38
Elegant and complex aromas of jasmine, apricot,
nectarine, mango, caramel and ginger.
Guigal Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc, France $44
Firm with lots of bitter almond and peach pit note backed by a layer of citrus fruit. Focused finish.
d’Arenberg The Hermit Crab Marsanne
McLaren Vale, Australia $48
The palate has lovely fruit weight and is packed with
complexity. It opens with stone fruits and citrus and is
underpinned by candied ginger and clove spice.
Kettle Valley Textbook, Naramata, BC $54
A portion of this wine was barrel fermented in older French
oak and was allowed to go through malolactic fermentation.
The balance was tank fermented and remained unoaked in
order to preserve the crisp, fresh fruit flavours.
Wild Goose Mystic River, Okanagan, BC $38
This Blanc has B.C. written all over it with ripe cantaloupe, apricot, and melon aromas. Barrel fermentation lends a complexity to this wine with butterscotch and toastiness on the finish.
Hugel & Fils Alsace, France $40
Dry, crisp and clean, light and easy to drink, with a softness on the finish that suits it well.
Cavas del Inca Torrontes, Chardonnay
Calchaqui Valley, Argentina $29
A punch bowl of delicate, flowery and fruity aromas that are backed up with exotic fruit flavours and a touch of minerality on the finish.
Cedar Creek Proprietor’s White
Kelowna, BC $30
Tropical fruit. crisp and clean, light and easy to drink.
Blasted church, Hatfield’s Fuse, Okanagan Falls, BC $39
Medium bodied, oily texture with melon, granny smith apple, citrus and tropical fruit flavours leading to a finish full of spice.
Quails’ Gate Chenin Blanc, Okanagan, BC $41
Opens with a rush of exuberant fruit; zesty lemon and lime
with notes of melon and passion fruit that linger on the finish.
Argiolas Vermentino Sardinia, Italy $44
A crisp, floral, full fruit white from the island of Sardinia.
Vermentino is a wine designed specifically to pair with
seafood, which it does magnificently well.
Damilano Langhe Arneis, Piedmont, Italy $46
A floral white from Piedmont showing lemon, grapefruit and lime. Medium bodied, with a delicate mouthfeel. Balanced and lively with a fresh finish.
Botani Jorge Ordoñez Moscatel de Alejandria
Old Vines Sierras de Málaga Spain $52
Fragrant aromas of jasmine, honey, and tropical fruits inform the nose of this nicely proportioned, intense, savory, dry white.
Feudi Di San Gregorio Falanghina, Campania, Italy $58
Exceptional white wine with multiple layers of fruit. Wild
aromas of honeycomb, flowers and melons. Full bodied and
round, with loads of fruit and a honeyed aftertaste.
Touquinheiras Albarinho, Portugal $64
A traditional Portuguese wine made from 100% Alvarinho
grapes. Luscious and yummy. The perfect seafood wine from Portugal’s north coast where fish is a way of life.
Peter Lehmann Wildcard Shiraz
Barossa, South Australia $38
On the nose it shows heaps of fresh, spicy berry notes with a touch of dark chocolate. A medium-bodied wine with good fruit richness reined in by the gentle tannins on the finish.
Hillside Estate Wines Syrah, Naramata, BC $50
Opens with black raspberry and notes of clove and vanilla bean which interweave with blueberry, pomegranate and a touch of cardamom on the palate. Elegant fine-grained tannins lead into a graceful juicy finish.
Desert Hills Syrah Black Sage Bench,
Oliver, BC $70
Some of the finest grapes in the area. A robust hearty wine,
with an intense dark berry flavor. Jammy , spicy mid-palate
and a vanilla , black chocolate, long finish.
Two Hands, Bella’s Garden
Barossa Valley, Australia $144
Another winner from Two Hands. Balanced with a vibrant
core of red cherry, raspberry and spice flavours that persist on the chewy finish, which show hints of chocolate and sweet spices.
Inniskillin Varietal Series,
VQA Okanagan, BC $37
This wine is deep crimson in colour, bold plum and blackberry scented, has intense fruit and spice character and a long, full bodied finish.
Cousino Macul, Maipo Valley, Chile $44
Tremendously interesting Cabernet from one of the oldest
family-owned wineries in South America. Tobacco, leather and cherry with amazingly sweet, firm tannins.
B.R. Cohn Silver Label, Sonoma, California $79
A terrific Cab from California’s Sonoma valley. Offers full,
rich flavours of berry, cassis and black cherry, with hints of
background vanilla. French oak adds complexity and depth.
Napa Valley California $145
Firm, rich, intense and layered, with loamy earth and herb laced currant, blackberry, mineral and cedar flavors. Full bodied, tight and focused.
Cline Cellars, Sonoma, California $42
Sustainably farmed and organically produced. Raspberry and cherry fruit with bold spicy notes and a lasting finish of vanilla from oak aging. Firm, supple tannins add complexity.
Layer Cake Primitivo, Puglia, Italy $58
A balance of elegance and power. Inky black fruit, spice and white pepper, jammy black cherries, plums, blackberry, truffles, tar, and espresso.
Lake Breeze Vineyards “Seven Poplars”
VQA Naramata, BC $49
You will find predominant aromas of raspberry, black cherry and anise with an earthy background. A well-structured wine designed for food.
Te Mãnia, Nelson, New Zealand $64
Sweet red cherry, plum and dark berry fruit characters
intermingle with spicy oak. Savoury, gamey flavours with hints of leather balanced with elegant tannins add complexity to this wine which delivers a long sustained finish.
Willamette Valley, Oregon $74
Fantastic Oregon Pinot from one of its very best producers. Strawberry and Rose petal aromas reveal a palate of classic bright cherry flavours and fine grained tannins.
Cedar Creek Platinum Reserve, Okanagan $80
Ruby red in colour, with concentrated aromas of cherry,
coffee, chocolate and balanced spice. Plush and velvety with a long finish.
Thomas George Estates
Russian River Valley, California $125
Shows an expressive true Russian River Valley aromatic
nose, bursting with floral cherry, dark plum, ripe strawberry, integrated with hints of leather, cinnamon and cocoa wood. The mid-palate is full, with bright acidity filling-out the back end.
Jean-Marc Pavelot Savigny-Les-Beaune,
Les Peuillets Premier Cru
Burgundy, France $150
Premier Cru from a very small producer in France’s Burgundy. Intense fruit and lush complexity. An elegantly crafted Pinot Noir from old vines. Finessed and lovely.
Diego Murillo, Patagonia, Argentina $28
A rich and smooth wine delivering a beautiful burst of ripe
berry fruit. Well balanced, with red cherries and smoky
nuances, finishing with velvety smoothness.
Rollingdale La Droite ,Okanagan, BC $54
Soft and elegant palate leaving hints of spice, cherry, plum, black olive, vanilla and light floral notes.
Terranoble Merlot Gran Reserva,
Maule Valley, Chile $60
Offers you a wine with an intense and deep red color. You can find an aromatic complexity between red-black berries full body style of wine which brings strawberry and chocolate notes.
Di Majo Norante Sangiovese, Molise, Italy $34
Medium body and acidity, and bright red berry flavours make it a versatile match with all dishes. It is super ripe, with plenty of forward, plump fruit.
Volcanic Hill Gamay Noir, Kelowna, BC $35
Bursting with red fruits on the nose along with notes of black pepper and spice. Light bodied, with lots of red berries, spice and a velvety textured mouth feel. Lightly oaked, with soft tannins and balanced acidity, the finish is fresh and lively.
Desert Hill Winery Gamay Oliver, BC $42
It has accents of black cherry, vanilla and spicy finish great summer wine pairs well with Fishworks Bouillabaisse.
Tinhorn Creek Cabernet Franc,
South Okanagan, BC $42
There are aromas of blackcurrant and stewed cherries with
forest floor characteristics. The palate is elegant and soft with luscious blackberries and black cherry flavours with muted expressions of pine and moss. A finely balanced wine with soft tannins and a lingering finish.
Zorzal Malbec ,Mendoza, Argentina $44
Bigger and bolder style of Malbec. An intense deep red colour, with plump raspberry and liquorice aromas. Full-bodied and intense, brimming with rich, ripe fruit.
Red Rooster Reserve Meritage Penticton, BC $46
This Meritage Reserve is the ‘King of the Flock’ with its
beautiful bouquet of strawberry, raspberry, cherry, currant,
cedar chest, cigar box, vanilla and barrel spice notes.
Glaetzer Wallace Shiraz/Grenache
Barossa Valley, Australia $52
Deep and rich Shiraz/Grenache blend from one of Australia’s most consistently awarded winemakers. Full of bright red berries. Ripe and complex.
Bodegas y Vinas Elias Mora’s Tempranillo, Spain $52
It displays an enticing perfume of cedar, tobacco, spice box,
violets, plum, and blackberry. Ripe, rich, and fleshy, it has layers of succulent fruit, excellent balance, and a forward personality.
Bodegas Ateca Atteca 100% Old Vines Garnacha
Inky purple. Ripe boysenberry and blueberry on the nose, with licorice and graphite adding complexity. Juicy
dark berry preserve flavors show palate-saturating depth and impressive clarity.
Chateau Dubourg Bordeaux Saint Emillon, France $62
Balanced and full, with ripe cherry and spice flavours and
a silky texture from the ripe tannins that carry through
Fattoria Viticcio Chianti Classico Riserva
Tuscany, Italy $92
The attack on the palate is firm, very full, red fruit and
spices with dense and even tannins that allow a smooth and
Stags’ Leap Petite Syrah ,
Napa Valley, California $102
As the wine opens, distinct blackberry notes are revealed along with balanced acidity, rounded tannins and fresh fruit flavors. Vanilla, brown sugar and subtle pepper persist at the finish with lingering juicy red fruit as well.
Damilano Lecinquevigne, Barolo
Piedmont, Italy $115
One of Italy’s treasured reds. Garnet red colour with hints of orange. Nuanced flavours of liquorice and cocoa. Robust on the palate and a velvety finish.
Tedeschi Amarone Della Valpolicella Classico DOC Veneto, Italy $125
Gentle, soft dried fruit. A little ripe plum and mint. The palate has fruit slice, quite fiery and spicy.