Wine Selections

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  • Proletariat Wine Company Red Blen - 8.00 Five Ounce

  • Verona Winery Merlot - 8.00 Five Ounces

  • Bridgelane Winery Sauvignon Blanc - 7.00 Five Ounce

  • Eola Hills Winery 2017 Oregon Pinot Griss - 7.00 Five Ounce

Eola Hills

is a family-owned and has been making wines in Oregon since 1986. Made with grapes from select Oregon vineyards, this Chardonnay was fermented and aged in oak for just eight months to enhance the fruit qualities without the wood hiding the flavor.

Chardonnay is like a beautiful, lemon-yellow diamond! You’re immediately hit with scents of lemon meringue pie and pineapple, with a hint of vanilla buttercream icing in the distance. The wine is lush and soft, with a generous mouthful of lemon zest and orange peel. There’s an acidic zing to it that keeps it from being too heavy, and the finish lingers on and on with vanilla bean and lemon.

A refreshing, but comforting wine that would be perfect with guacamole and chips in the summer, and fried chicken and corn chowder in the fall.

Pinot Gris

was made exclusively from estate grown grapes of the Eola-Amity sub AVA of the Willamette Valley in Oregon.

Close your eyes and put your nose in the glass - this is like a fruit cocktail! Mango, cantaloupe, honey and sweet vanilla are the first thing that hit you. Take a sip, and it’s full-bodied and lush in the mouth but also clean and tart at the same time. Sweet white peaches, melons, and citrus rush your tongue, with spicy nutmeg and thyme notes making a subtle appearance on the finish.

A fruit bomb like this would be a great compliment to spicy or heavily seasoned dishes - curry, Tandoori, sushi and Thai.

Pinot Noir

Given the easy hand on the oak regime, the intensity of this vintage of Pinot Noir is incredible. The mouth-filling, elegant tannins are solely derived from the grapes themselves. Refined and smooth, the high percentage component of Eola-Amity Hills fruit out of Oregon’s Willamette Valley gives this wine an earthy and dark fruit character that’s intense, but not heavy on the palate.

Pairing Suggestion: Smoked salmon on a bed of rice, sprinkled with red wine vinegar, black pepper and dill.

Red Blend Proudly made in the USA, this bold and delicious red wine is a blend of Zinfandel, Sangiovese, Merlot and Pinot Noir from three states –Oregon, Washington and California.

The wine opens with an intense scent of strawberries and raspberries. There’s a distinct hint of Washington Apple too. The wine is soft and juicy, with a slight tannic grip. Full of red fruit, Red delicious apple flavors and a hint of clove/spice in the finish.

Pairs well with all-American picnic and barbecued dishes such as hamburgers, hot dogs, pulled pork sandwiches, ribs, hearty steaks, chili and ribs.

Fox Run

Fox Run has been making Chardonnay in the racy, zesty unoaked style since 1990. Stainless steel aged Chardonnays have gained a great deal of attention in recent years because of their inherent food friendliness and mouthwatering, juicy flavors.


From its pale, silver-gold color, you just know this wine is going to be refreshing! It smells like cold vanilla ice cream, pear and lime sherbet. There’s also a hint of shortbread cookies. The wine is so clean, with an immediate rush of lime zest and tangerine. It’s medium-bodied and palate cleansing. Refreshing through and through, with the zesty lime notes really carrying on forever in the finish.

A clean and crisp wine that would be perfect with fish, sushi and raw seafood bar selections.

This cool-climate Chardonnay has consistently been rated a "Best Buy" by Wine & Spirits Magazine since the 2010 vintage.

Fox Run Fox Trot Red (sweet)
This sweet, fragrant red is a blend of Lemberger and the native American grape, Concord. Fox Trot Red combines the dark berry flavors of Lemberger with the unmistakable grapey flavor of Concord grapes. Sweet and soft--a real crowd pleaser.

Enjoy Fox Trot Red as an appetizer, with a tart Blue cheese, or for dessert, with cheesecake, cherry pie and chocolate.

Bridge Lane

Sauvignon Blanc (Long Island)
Yes, they make great wine in New York, and we’ve got it. Presenting Bridge Lane from North Fork, Long Island.

An enticing Sauvignon blanc, that sparkles like a diamond in the glass, and then hits you with a wall of grapefruit and gooseberry scents. The flavor is a brisk rush of Bosc pear, tart ruby grapefruit, lime leaf (citron) and kiwi. It swishes around in your mouth with a weight to it, and after swallowing, you’re left with fresh lime and kiwi, tingling your tongue.

A great pairing partner with light greens, salads, vegetables and light, whipped goat cheese. It’s also delicious with baked fish and shellfish.

Heritage Winery

Estate vineyard and winery located in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. Recently named New Jersey’s “Winery of the Year” by the Garden State Wine Growers Association, William Heritage has begun cementing it’s self as a benchmark producer in New Jersey’s largest wine growing region.

Jersey Blue Blueberry (NJ)

2014 Governor's Cup Award Winner!

Made from the famous Hammonton, NJ blueberries. This wine is sweet and has soft tannins. Serve chilled and pair with sweets, soft cheeses and as a cocktail mixer.

Jersey Peach Peach Wine

2014 “Best Buy”Value Wine Championship

This wine is refreshing and light with hints of peach and crisp flavors of citrus. 100% real peach wine.