A WORLD OF CHOICE.
AND THEN SOME

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.

WINE OF THE MONTH

 

DRINK PINK THIS SUMMER

IT’S ROSÉ SEASON!

Where we stock up on delicious and refreshing Rosé wines from all over the world and in all shapes and bottles, if still or sparkling, with beautiful different shades and undeniably awesome colors from pale salmon to a dark glossy pink, sometimes light red, but all of them delicious and ready for summer long sipping.

Rosé wines used to be seen as not white nor red, as some sort of mix or blend of both, or even as a leftover from the red wine production… No more! Rosé wines are here to stay, not as a trend, but as the respected wines that they should have always been, produced with care and integrity by many wine masters in every winemaking country in the world. The end product is exciting, fun, fresh, and sometimes powerful–even poetic wines.

From France to California, Argentina to Germany and Austria, from Italy to Australia and New Zeeland… Rosé wines, despite the easy drinking reputation, are actually quite complicated in the making. They can be made from Cabernet Sauvignon or Cabernet Franc, from the Sangiovese grape, Syrah, Malbec, or from Pinot Noir, Tempranillo, Grenache, or Blaufraenkisch and even Trollinger, yes those red grapes exists as well and they can all produce delicious and quite different Rosé wines! Sometimes lighter and crisp, sometimes fruity with some acid action, or at times a little spicy and herbal. Let’s not get into the two main production methods or technicalities of Rosé wines here! Now is the time to enjoy the summer with a Rosé wine of your choice and let us know if we can help you to find your best fitting aperitif refreshment or food companion.

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