Rosé & Sparkling Wine Reserve Bottles



Moscato d’Asti; Piedmont, Italy

This sweet white is the dessert wine par excellence. Straw-yellow of varying intensity depending on the vintage, it has an intensely fruity nose which is aromatic and very persistent. • $65


Locations ‘F’

Rosé; France

An appearance of Himalayan salt opens with a nose of gardenias and early harvested stone fruit. A fresh entry leads to a honeysuckle mousse with hints of peaches and cantaloupe encompassing a dry minerality. The finish is memorable with a slight brininess reminiscent of the Himalayan sea salt hue. • $50

Franck Besson ‘Granit’

Brut Rosé; France

Very light color, pale pink. Aromatics include wet slate, sour cherry, cranberry. Palate adds notes of watermelon rind, mixed dark berries, and strawberry rhubarb. Medium acidity. Very clean finish. • $60


Brut Rosé; Russian River Valley, California

A luminous cool pink hue exudes delicate aromas of strawberry, nectarine and juicy red apples. The palate opens with flavors of cherry, blood orange, citrus peel and tropical star fruit that are underlined by a bright acidity with a lively and lingering finish. • $75

Taittinger ‘Domaine Carneros’

Brut; Carneros, California

This powerful yet elegant wine shows off an array of citrus flavors, tropical fruit (including pineapple and passion fruit), and a hint of toastiness. It is racy on the palate and long on finish. • $75

Charles Heidsieck ‘Réserve’

Blanc de Blancs Brut; France

A pale golden hue with very fine, yet vivacious, bubbles. A flavor of pastry shop with floral notes, lime tree in full bloom, violets, lilac, blueberry, and apricots. • $100

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