Corkage fee $25


Fishworks West Coast White, Oliver, BC $7.5

Rustico Farm and Cellars Estate ‘Silver Garter’
Unoaked Chardonnay, Oliver, BC $10.5

Haywire Switchback Vineyard Pinot Gris,
Summerland, BC $11

Fairview Cellars Sauvignon Blanc, Oliver, BC $11.5

Siren’s Call Viognier, Okanagan Falls, BC $12


Summerhill Pyramid Cipes Brut, Kelowna, BC $12


Road 13 Honest John’s Rose, Oliver, BC $10


Fishworks West Coast Red, Oliver, BC $7.5

Tinhorn Creek Merlot, Oliver, BC $10

Cassini Cellars Red Carpet Pinot Noir, Oliver, BC $11.5

Bordertown Vineyards ‘Living Desert Red’
Cabernet Franc/Merlot, Osoyoos, BC $11.5

Burrowing Owl Syrah, Oliver, BC $14


Kettle Valley Gewurztraminer, Naramata, BC $26
This wine shows classic varietal aromas of pink grapefruit, rose
petal and lychee nut, with rich weight and body.

Argiolas Vermentino, Sardinia, Italy $26
A crisp, floral, full fruit white from the island of Sardinia.
Vermentino is a wine designed to specifically to pair with
seafood, which it does magnificently well.

Conundrum, California $32
Rich and lush, full bodied, yet silky on the palate. This unusual
blend of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Viognier
and Muscat grape varietals surely lives up to its name.


Argiolas Cannonau, Sardinia, Italy $32
Intensely vinous, typical of Cannonau – warm, well rounded,
well structured and excellently balanced.

Tommasi Amarone della Valpolicella Classico,Veneto, Italy $59
This famous Italian specialty is warm, ripe and full bodied,
with rich and intense cherry and plum notes.

Rocche Costamagna Barolo ‘Rocche dell’Annunziata’, Piedmont, Italy $70
Rich and elegant with plum, violet and spiced, sweet tobacco
aromas. Well balanced tannins and a lengthy, ripe berry-filled


IL Follo 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 mouthfeel and a fresh finish.

Summerhill Pyramid Cipes Brut, 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.

Pierre Peters Cuvee de Reserve Champagne,Champagne, France $140
The nose is both flowery and fruity, with notes of nuts and
fresh bread. The finish is citrus, with a beautiful impression of
smoothness and freshness. Flavours of lemon, pear and acacia
flowers, with a creamy finish.


Road 13 Honest John’s Rose, Oliver, BC $36
Has an 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 and a
lovely pomegranate hint on the finish.

Vinosia Rosato d’Aglianico, Campania, Italy $46
A remarkably polished rose from southern Italy that is both
delicate in a Provence style, and yet puts forward delightful
fruity notes of rhubarb, strawberry and raspberry. Delightful
and refreshing.



Cantina Montelliana Pinot Grigio,Veneto, Italy $36
A true Italian Grigio showing terrific zesty citrus fruit on the
nose and the palate. It is simply an exceptional balance of
crisp acidity and bright green apple fruit. Bright, refreshing
and simply delicious.

Haywire Switchback Vineyards Pinot Gris,Summerland, BC $38
Switchback is Haywire’s organic home vineyard. This wine
is made naturally with wild yeast fermentation in concrete
tanks, creating layered intensity, minerality balanced with fruit,
incredible complexity, and a round creamy mouthfeel.


Rustico Farm and Cellars ‘Silver Garter’ Unoaked Chardonnay, Oliver, BC $38
This is Chardonnay in all its naked splendour – fermented
in stainless steel and seeing no oak in the process. Notes of
Granny Smith Apple, honeydew melon and citrus are balanced
harmoniously within a lush, mouth filling palate.

Hess ‘Collection’ Chardonnay, Napa Valley,California, USA $62
Very well-balanced Chardonnay from the southern end of
Napa. Aromas of honeysuckle, white peach and mandarin
orange in perfect harmony with moderate oak and crisp

Domaine Louis Moreau AOC Chablis Premier Cru Vaillons, Burgundy, France $92
Shows the requisite intense minerality, yet floral and more
delicate than other crus. Plays on peach and apricot notes
with finesse and long ripe flavours.


Fairview Cellars Sauvignon Blanc, Oliver, BC $42
The only white wine produced by this solid south Okanagan
producer. This has aromas of herbs and sage, leading to
flavours of sage and grapefruit and grapefruit rind. The finish
is bone dry.

Giesen ‘The Brothers’ Sauvignon Blanc,Marlborough, New Zealand $48
A highly expressive blend of the classic flavours of Sauvignon
Blanc – gooseberry, lime, grapefruit zest and crushed herbs.
Pure fruit flavours and a crisp, focused finish.

Cliff Lede Sauvignon Blanc, Napa Valley,California, USA $82
Shines brilliantly in the glass and tempts with alluring notes of
orange blossom, honeysuckle, and night blooming jasmine. It
coats the palate with layers of lemon curd and honeyed citrus
marmalade. Vibrant minerality supports a rich mouth filling


Summerhill Pyramid Cellared Riesling,Kelowna, BC $42
Classic balanced Mosel style Riesling. Floral, fruity, and
elegant. A cold stabilized stop fermentation results in pleasant
residual sugar. An elegant palate with lemon, nectarine and
red apple flavours, within a big petrol style.

St. Urbans Hof Mosel Old Vines Riesling,Mosel, Germany $48
This structured German classic is a balanced Riesling which
leaves a mouth-watering impression on the palate. Nose is
green apple, lemon lime, and minerality. Light bodied and
slightly off-dry. Lovely acidity and lengthy finish.


Volcanic Hills Gewurztraminer, Kelowna, BC $36
This 100% estate grown Gewurztraminer comes from one of
its finest producers in the Okanagan Valley. Produced in a
slightly off-dry style, with aromas of citrus, peach, ginger and
guava. The palate is fresh and juicy, with lychee, orchard tree
fruit and citrus on the finish.

Pfaffenheim Grand Cru Steinert Gewurztraminer, Alsace, France $68
A luxurious white wine, ripe with white fruit flavours in a
robust, full-bodied texture. Lychee abounds in this veritable
fruit cocktail, refreshing the palate with each sip.


Wild Goose Mystic River Pinot Blanc,Okanagan Falls, 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, adding butterscotch and toastiness on
the finish.

Hugel & Fils Alsace Pinot Blanc,Alsace, France $40
Dry, crisp and clean, light and easy to drink. Fresh and lively,
crystal clear, with pale green and lemon yellow hints, finely
restrained floral fruits.


Quails’ Gate Chenin Blanc, West Kelowna, 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.

Tenuta Caseo Moscato, Lombardy, Italy $42
Intensely honeyed and fruity with fresh peach, melon and
apple blossom. Ideal wine with dessert, or all on its own.

Siren’s Call Viognier, Oliver, BC $44
This Viognier boasts bright acidity with notes of grapefruit
and lychee. A portion of this wine was fermented in new
acacia barrels, with frequent lees stirring for a rich palate and a
luxurious finish, with a touch of residual sweetness.

Platinum Italia Sogno Pecorino, Abruzzo, Italy $48
Pecorino is an Italian white grape varietal that offers up citrusy
aromatics, with grapefruit standing out. It has a lush fruit
palate that is intertwined with its crisp acidity. Its finish is
fresh and lingering.

Domaine de la Pépière Muscadet Sevre et Maine Sur Lie, Nantes, France $46
Muscadet, from France’s northeast coast, is one of the
finest French wines to match with oysters and seafood.
This Muscadet is left on its lees for an extended period to
accentuate the wine’s inherent crispness and add complexity.

Cantine Lunae Bosoni Vermentino, Liguria, Italy $54
A gorgeous white, with an intense, elegant bouquet, fresh and
harmonious in the mouth, offering hints of broom flowers and
fresh fruits. This is an ideal seafood pairing wi


Wirra Wirra ‘Catapult’ Shiraz ,McLaren Vale, Australia $48
Generous layers of blueberries and raspberries with sweet
spices and dried flowers. This is Australian Shiraz with a
French twist – co-fermented with 1% Viognier to give the
floral, spicy aromatics a generous lift. The finish is long and

Burrowing Owl Syrah, Oliver, BC $54
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.

Hands Bella’s Garden Barossa Valley Shiraz, Barossa, 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


Anakena Cabernet Sauvignon,Central Valley, Chile $36
An intense purple coloured Cabernet Sauvignon that presents
aromas of blueberries, plums and cherries. The palate is
smooth and well balanced, with pleasing bright fruit and
integrated tannins.

B.R. Cohn Silver Label Cabernet Sauvignon, 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.

Duckhorn Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, California, USA $145
Firm, rich, intense and layered, with loamy earth and herb
laced currant, blackberry, mineral and cedar flavors. Full
bodied, tight and focused.


Masseria Surani ‘Heracles’ Primitivo, Puglia, Italy $44
An ancestor to Zinfandel, this Primitivo is a big, bold, juicy
attack of cherries, strawberry and licorice. A significant enough
wine to match well with grilled meats, spicy soups or seasoned

The Hess Collection ‘Artezin’ Zinfandel, Mendocino, California, USA $49
Red fruit flavours fill the palate, dominated by raspberry, red
cherry and pomegranate, complemented by hints of nutmeg
and rosemary for a classic varietal character. Soft, supple
tannins create a firm, yet lush mouthfeel.


Cassini Cellars Red Carpet Pinot Noir,Oliver, BC $42
A light to medium bodied red wine with delicate aromas of
cherry, anise vanilla blackcurrant with a nice fruity red berry
and toffee finish. Subtle and mild tannins make this ideal as a
sipper or paired with delicate dishes.

Benton-Lane Estate Pinot Noir, 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.

Maison Louis Jadot Beune Premiere Cru ‘Boucherottes’, Beune, France $122
100% Pinot Noir from deep clay soil with plump and
sumptuous texture. Intensely flavoured and well-matched to
sauced meat dishes and most cheese.


Tinhorn Creek Merlot, Oliver, BC $36
Ruby red colour wine has a palate full of dried fig, blueberry
and vanilla from the new oak influence. This leads to a
medium full bodied red with a long fruit driven finish with
black cherries and supple tannins.

Terranoble Merlot Gran Reserva Merlot, Maule Valley, Chile $60
Offers a wine with an intense and deep red colour and
aromatic complexity between red-black berries. A full body
style of wine which brings strawberry and chocolate notes.


Fattoria Montecchio ‘CB’ Chianti, Tuscany, Italy $36
Medium body and acidity, and bright red berry flavours make
this Italian classic a versatile match with all dishes. It shows an
essential savoury spectrum of red cherry and violet, with a hint
of forest floor and a gentle tannic background.

Desert Hills Winery Gamay, Oliver, BC $42
This unique wine from the south Okanagan has accents of
black cherry, vanilla and spicy finish. It’s a great summer wine
that pairs well with Fishworks Bouillabaisse.

Bordertown Vineyards Cabernet Franc/Merlot, Osoyoos, BC $44
A red varietal that the Okanagan Valley is gaining recognition
for – and with good reason. Aromas of juicy cherry, pepper
and spice lead the way to a round and soft, black cherry, herb
and dark berry palate. It impresses with its multiple layers and

Bodegas y Vinas Elias Mora Tempranillo, Toro, Spain $52
Enticing Spanish red 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, Ateca, Spain $56
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
Altos Las Hormigas Clasico Malbec, Mendoza, Argentina $56
First nose of red currant, minty blackberry leaves and smoky
notes is followed by dark fruit and gentle white pepper notes.
A silky wine with delicate tannins that finishes with sweet
spices and dried herbs.

Domaine De Cristia Côtes Du Rhône Villages Red, Rhône Valley, France $58
Rich and powerful blend of Grenache and Syrah made
without the use of oak to focus on the full flavours of the
grapes. Full of fresh violets, purple fruit and earthy spices –
imagine a ‘baby’ Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Organic.

Chateau Brande-Bergere ‘Cuvee O’Byrne’, Bordeaux, France $66
A fine Bordeaux that works for all occasions. Deep and dark
in colour, with creamy blackcurrant and cedar aromas. Dry
and elegant on the palate, with red berry flavours and a firm,
lengthy finish.

Carpineta Fontalpino ‘Do Ut Des’ Super Tuscan, Tuscany, Italy $78
A unique blend of equal parts Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon
and Merlot. Boasts a medium nose exuding woody, spicy,
floral and fruity aromas. Full bodied, with refreshing acidity,
broad texture and firm tannins and an intense mouthfeel that
leads into a long finish.

Stags’ Leap Petite Sirah , Napa Valley, California, USA $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, Veneto, Italy $125
Gentle, soft dried fruit. A little ripe plum and mint. The palate
has fruit slice, quite fiery and spicy.