To say that we know wine is something of an understatement. We’ve sniffed, glugged, gulped, and guzzled our way around the world, then gone back for seconds only to discover there was something else we hadn’t tried. With one of the largest and most extensive wine selections in South Florida, our restaurant alone offers more than two thousand different wines from the world’s most respected regions and producers. No vineyard is safe from our love for the grape.

Focusing on small, family-run producers from Argentina, Italy, Spain and France, we’re as fussy about our wine as we are about food. If you don’t believe us, come see for yourself.

Just give yourself plenty of time.

– Wines of the Month

Las Perdices Extra Brut

This is a sparkling wine that is just right for this time of the year, as an
aperitif or to celebrate one of the many festive get-togethers and meals.
Las Perdices Extra Brut is made from 50% Chardonnay, 30% Viognier and
20% Pinot Noir – you can expect a very aromatic sparkling wine in this
beautiful bottle.

A pale yellow color with green highlights, aromas of citrus fruit, peach
and pineapple and nuances of raspberries are dominating with a subtle
yeasty sidenote. The perlage is persistent with a good amount of bubbles.
The mouthfeel is full, like a Champagne but much fresher and a little
less dry.

Perfect to kickstart your meal or a great companion to light, white meat
dishes, shellfish and salads.

Casa Martelletti Prosecco Extra Dry

Casa Martelletti Prosecco Extra Dry is a classic sparkling wine from the
Prosecco region in the northeast of Italy at the foothills of the Alps. The
Glera grape is used predominantly for the production of the popular
Prosecco and resulting in this fresh, fun and sometimes also quite fruity
sparkling wine. Casa Martelletti’s Extra Dry is a good example of this and
on the dryer side, with refreshing and powerful bubbles in a beautiful
yellow color with light green reflexes.

Aromas and mouthfeel come with lively green apples, a hint of lime
and grapefruit. There is also some Asian pear and candied ginger; just
delicious and a real palate cleanser without being tart or too yeasty.
Overall, it is very easy to drink and opens up the appetite.

A great idea with sushi, fish carpaccio or grilled vegetables, salads with
fennel or artichokes. Looks like we are off to a great holiday season!

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