The list below is by no means our full inventory, but rather, is our menu of featured wines of the week, to help you select.  When you call to order, we can discuss inventory not listed here, as well as guide you through our spirits.

KEY: (B) – Biodynamic, (O) – Organic, (V) – Vegan-friendly (N)- Certified Natural Producer

As always, we are happy to curate your selections for you. Tell us what kind of wines you like and at what price point, and we will put together an order for you, for curbside pickup or free delivery. 518-828-6411


Red Wine $20 and under

Michel Guignier Beaujolais 2019 – Guignier’s 2019 Beaujolais bursts with aromas of Morello cherries, sweet berries and toasted almonds, followed by a medium to full-bodied, fleshy palate that’s succulent and enveloping. Produced from certified organic vineyards, this is a great value!(O)($19)

La Manarine Cotes du Rhone 2018A 100% Grenache Rosenthal classic. Plush, comforting, full-bodied wine that speaks of the garrigue of the region. (O) ($16)

De Forville Barbera d’Alba 2019  – A serious, rustic and well-balanced, Barbera with well-integrated earth and vibrant, robust, berry fruit from a favorite Piemontese producer. ($20)

CVNE Vina Real Crianza Rioja 2017 Spicy black berries and red cherries on the nose with a touch of liquorice. The palate is fresh and juicy but with nice depth to the lingering finish and rounded tannins. A crowd-pleasing Rioja; perfect for sausage and mash or tomato-based pasta dishes. (19)

Malacari Montepulciano Rocca 2016 – A deep, lush wine with dark cherry, blackberry, coffee, pepper, spice and earth flavors. Great value! ($16)

Poppy Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 – Berry, black cherry and currant flavors with hints of vanilla and mocha thanks to a year in small French oak barrels. Well-balanced, medium-full bodied and a smooth, easy finish. ($19)

Murgo Etna Rosso 2019 – 100% Nerello Mascalese sustainably farmed on volcanic soil.  Red berry fruit, fresh and vibrant, with underpinnings of herbs and great minerality. A steal for just under $20!

Klet Brda ‘Krasno’ Pinot Noir 2019 – This lean, mineral driven Pinot Noir from Slovenia features fresh cranberry, cocoa, and a whiff of forest floor. ($18)

De Forville Barbera d’Alba 2020 – A well-balanced medium bodied wine from Piemonte featuring red currant and nutmeg with a firm, mineral backbone.  Rustic and approachable! ($20)

Michel Guignier Beaujolais 2020 – Guignier’s 2020 Beaujolais bursts with aromas of Morello cherries, sweet berries and toasted almonds, followed by a light to medium bodied, fleshy palate that’s succulent and enveloping. Produced from certified organic vineyards, this is a great value! (O) ($19)

Malacari Montepulciano Rocca 2016 – A deep, lush wine with dark cherry, blackberry, coffee, pepper, spice and earth flavors. Great value! ($16)

Chateau Moulin de Canhaut 2016 -A rare gem, given the category! A blend of Merlot & Cab Sauvignon, this Cru Bourgeois from the Medoc is medium bodied & energetic, offering black cherry, blackberry, tobacco and truffle notes — pretty, expressive, affordable Bordeaux. (O) ($19)


White, Orange & Rosé $20 and under

Teres Antique Les Secrets D’un Terroir Rosé 2019 – A light, mineral driven patio sipper from Provence, with hints of citrus and red berries. Clean, fresh and quaffable. ($14)

Domaine de Grisy Bourgogne Blanc 2019 – Just barely medium-bodied, with subtly creamy apple/citrus notes, chalky minerality and lean acidity and a long, savory spiced finish. ($19)

Gobelsburg Kamptal Gruner Veltliner 2019 – Green pear and fresh herbs on the nose introduce this gorgeous Austrian white. Lean and crisp, with lemony freshness complemented by a note of salty yeast.($20)

Antxiola Blanco Txakolina 2020 –  Zippy and fresh with notes of orchard fruit and lemon zest. This wine is bottled young to capture some of the CO2, which makes it bright, lively and  easy to finish! ($20) (O)

Krasno Slovenian Orange- Fresh-styled, skin-contact blend of native Slovenian grapes.  Apricot, peach-skin & savory thyme flavors, gentle tannins & good acidity. ($18)

Domaine de Villargeau Coteaux Du Giennois Sauvignon Blanc 2021 – The younger sibling to Sancerre with great value!   This unoaked, high acid white shines with bright green apple, and white flowers.  ($19) (O) 

Demeure-Pinet Jacquere- A stand-out, great value Alpine white from France’s Savoie. Light, lifted, and dry w/hints of green apple, white flower & minerality. No oak.  Fresh, zippy acid. ($18)

Boccadigabbia Ribona 2020- This rare (& affordable) grape, Ribona, also called Macerata, offers full-body and full flavor — no oak, mineral driven, with flavors of dry peach, apricot and chamomile.  ($18) (O)



Red $30 and under

Le P’tit Pape 2018 – Aromas of bright red fruits, followed by smoky meat characteristics with black pepper. Acid-tannin tension on the mid-palate followed by bright candied red raspberries, white pepper and dried herbs. 62% Grenache, 19% Syrah, 14% Mourvèdre, 3% Counoise, 2% Cinsault. ($28)

Beckmen Vineyards Cuvee Le Bec, Santa Ynez Valley 2020 –  This Rhone-style blend of Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre, and Counoise is an exceptional value for the quality. It displays deep aromas of berries, violet and lavender. Full bodied with dark tones of blackberry, dark cherry and spice it exudes a surprisingly vibrant freshness. ($29)

Guido Porro Dolcetto- Bodied, dry plum, dark berry & earth flavors — a stand-out Piedmont red imported from Italy by Kermit Lynch. $25 (O)

Leonardo Irpinia Aglianico 2017 – A well-balanced, rustic powerhouse, with rich, ruby-red fruit, a light balsamic note & spice.  A classic for winter fare — braised meats, stews & grilled sausages. From 80 year old vines in Campania’s Taurasi region, in vineyards dating back to the Roman Empire (80 BC). ($24) (O,N)  

Caprili Rosso di Montalcino 2020 – Bright, spicy and savory ripe black cherry and plum flavors, with hints of earth and game. Bodied, with good acidity & polished tannins, this Tuscan red is quite food-friendly. Try it with steak, beans and greens, lasagna or pepperoni pizza. ($27)

Au Bon Climat Pinot Noir 2021 – The late, great Jim Clendenen was the maestro behind the Burgundian-inspired Au Bon Climat for over three decades.  This is lush strawberry, clove, and cola from Santa Barbara that is a stellar value in its price range year after year.  ($29) 

The Valley Pinot Noir 2020- Nico and Christelle Grobler make Burgundy-inspired Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the burgeoning Elgin Valley in South Africa. This is delicate yet focused Pinot featuring strawberry and red cherry with a mineral core. Production includes 20% whole cluster fermentation, spontaneous fermentation in open top stainless steel, and ten months of aging in used oak. ($27) (O,N)

Du Cropio Dom Giuva 2016 – A hearty Calabrian red with dry plum, bitter cherry & espresso flavors and a touch of purple wild flower. Organic, 100% Gaglioppo.  Full- bodied with refreshing acidity. Imported by Rosenthal ($29)

Chateau de Grandchamp Bordeaux 2017- An organic blend of Merlot & Cabernet Franc from limestone clay soils on Bordeaux’s Right Bank near Saint-Emilion. Rich, smooth & dry, with a touch of earth, freshness & silky tannins. Imported by Polaner. A versatile, delicious house wine to pair with holiday feasting.($25) (O,N)

Produttori Di Carema 2018 – Medium bodied, elegant Alpine Nebbiolo from Carema, in northern Piedmont along the Swiss border. A lighter, more mineral-driven, pretty expression of Nebbiolo, with strawberry, blueberry & dried roses. Orange edged, w/a pale garnet core of fruit, this is beautiful stuff! ($29) (O)


White, Rosé & Orange $30 and under

Umathum Rosa Rosé 2019 – Brilliant raspberry colored, Austrian rosé made from Blaufankisch, Sankt Laurent and Zweigelt with flavors of red berries, red currants and spice. Fine and smooth with a long finish. (O)(N)($25)

I Clivi Robolla Gialla 2019 – Organically farmed Ribolla Gialla from mineral soils near the Slovenian border and aged/fermented in stainless steel. Great minerality, lemon zest and salinity with refreshing citric acidity. (O) ($27)

Pelle Menetou-Salon 2021- Loire biodynamic star, Pelle, makes crisp, bright, no-oak, minerally Sauvignon Blanc w/vivid grapefruit pith flavor. White flower on the nose. Racy and crystalline. Precise ($27)

Zarate Albariño 2021- Coming from Spain’s Rias Baixas, which is home to the famed Albariño grape. This entry-level Albariño is crisp and clean. Stony pineapple on the nose and palate  Yellow citrus flavors are like a simple, well-constructed melody, balanced and constrained. This bottle is sure to please! ($29)


Red Wine $30++

Arretxea Irouleguy- A French-Basque red blend of Tannat & Cabernet Sauvignon. Concentrated, earthy, energetic & smooth, & at only 12.5% alcohol.  (O,B) ($35). 

Trousselle Hautes Cotes De Beaune Rouge En Cre 2021- Lifted, crunchy-fresh, bright Pinot Noir. Exacting, balanced, stellar-value red Burgundy from limestone-clay soils. Perfect with Sunday night roast chicken. ($34)

Felsina Chianti 2020 -100% Sangiovese from the region’s benchmark producer. Ruby red, deeply-hued, dry, medium-plus bodied and delicious — offering cherry, red currant, tangy blood orange flavors and spice.  A great pairing with heavier pastas, pizza and proteins. ($30)

Breton Chiroubles  Cuvee Lea 2021- Supple & pure cranberry goodness (100% Gamay). Refreshing, light & savory, with hints of mineral and spice. Breton’s biodynamic village Beaujolais threads the needle between natural & classic as few others can. Imported by Kermit Lynch.  $45

Domaine Bois De Boursan Chateauneuf-Du-Pape 2019  Imported by Neal Rosenthal, this big-dog Rhone red shows depth & beautiful expression. Made from Grenache Noir, Syrah & Mourvedre, this earthy, traditional red offers black & red fruits, tobacco, musk, spice and satisfying concentration.  Organic, not-destemmed, and just delicious with beef tenderloin, lamb & cassoulet. ($54 )

Arretxea Irouleguy 2019 -From the Southwest, this blend of Tannat & Cab Sauv is a stunner — concentrated & earthy, plush, smooth, energetic and only 12.5% alcohol! Flavors of cherry, strawberry, black currant & licorice spice.($34 )

Domaine La Tour Vielle Grenache 2017 – A knock out Languedoc blend from just over the Spanish border!  Mourvedre with a small blend of Grenache and Carignan, this is rustic, concentrated old vine goodness.   Black plum and rosemary with a solid dose of slate on the back end.   A treat for the wine geeks in your life! (O) ($34)

Gour de Chaule Gigondas 2019 – Intensely aromatic cote-du-rhone that comes from 50+ year old vines. Manually harvested, and never destemmed, this robust rhone has dusty tannins and notes of plum, strawberry,white pepper, and leather. Not fining or filtration on a wine that is aged in french oak for a minimum of 18 months. Pairs superbly with gamey meats. ($37) (O,N)

Prudhon Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Sur Le Sentier 2019 Premier Cru- Pinot Noir from the excellent 2019 vintage imported by Neal Rosenthal — this is serious red burgundy & great value < $50. Opened an hour before serving this wine, a pale ruby in the glass, shows tiny red berries, pomegranate, black cherry, cranberry & raspberry, with soft baking spice and earthy tones. It’s broad-shouldered with good acidity running through and fine, grainy tannins. $46 (O)



White, Orange & Rosé Wine $30++

Pavese Ermes Blanc de Morgex et de la Salle 2018 – Made from a grape called Prié Blanc, this wine comes from extremely high altitude, just minutes from the summit of Mont Blanc. Mountain flowers, rocky minerality, great acidity, layers of delicious interest. (O)($36)

Grosjean Petite Arvine 2019 – Certified Biodynamic, Northern Italian white from an almost extinct indigenous varietal – Petite Arvine. Aged for a month on the lees, this white has structured minerality with notes of fresh citrus and herbs. Enjoy now or aged for several years. (O) (B)($34)

Il Censo Gurte 2020 – Terre Siciliane Bianco A stellar Sicilian, organic-orange made from 100% Insolia Bianco grapes by the Gargano family. Hand-picked grapes stay on the skins two to three weeks, depending on the vintage. Only indigenous yeasts are used, and the wine is bottled unfined & unfiltered. Expect bright salty, dry, nectarine goodness, good acidity and enticing texture. ($33) 

Jurancon Sec Meteore 2020- Breathy minerality and a bright streak of salinity makes this petit manseng, camaralet blend a must-try! An off-dry cuvee that everyone can enjoy.  Subtle acid with a hint of brioche, notes of quince with a touch of zip. Imported by Kermit Lynch ($35) (O)

Maison de Montille Saint Romain Blanc 2020- A bodied, mouthwatering white Burgundy w/flavors of crisp Anjou pear, white flowers & ripe citrus. Bright & rich, with a long, bright finish. Think “baby” Puligny-Montrachet. ($59) (O)

Arena Hauts De Carco 2020 – Corsican Vermentino at its best — of course, imported by Kermit Lynch.  This white wine is mineral-driven, bodied elegance. Arena’s Vermentino is the epitome of pure limestone soil and Mediterranean terroir. Drink with fish, shellfish, pork, chicken & pastas. ($56) (O,N)

Donnhoff Kreuznacher Kahlenberg Riesling 2020 –  At once generous and crisp with plenty of pear and fresh-pineapple character, then a long chalky finish that reminds you of Chablis. From organically grown grapes (O) ($48)


Cider and Sparkling Under $40

Sundstrom Cider “Greening” 2021- Made from Rhode Island Greening apples, one of the oldest North American apple varietal. Sundstrom Cider focuses on crafting cider that highlights the difference variety and terroir for three east coast farming regions. Greening is a dry, semi-floral, sparkling cider that is light enough to accompany brunch, refreshing enough to pound on a hot day, elegant enough to start a special meal, and versatile enough to study alone. Fermentation takes place in stainless steel, with brief aging on its lees before bottling without fining or filtration. ($19)

Left Bank Cider ‘Cats Claw’ – A blend of Northern Spy and Dabinett apples. Wonderful mouthfeel, savory with a touch of tart fruit. Clean and dry finish. Unfiltered with natural fermentation. (O) ($20)

Andre & Michel Quenard Cremant de Savoie Brut Nature NV – Crisp, alpine bubbles!  Jacquere is the freshest, mineral-driven  varietal you may not know!  Creamy and yeasty with a  long, dry finish to make you yodel! ($29)

Opera 02 Brut Lambrusco di Modena – Lip smacking, sparkling Italian red with black cherry fruit, dry and savory. Serve chilled with salty snacks, cheese & meats and of course, pizza. ($20)



Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne – Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé defines the entire rosé Champagne category. Composed of 40% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir and 30% Meunier. Lacy in texture, with sleek acidity, this well-knit rosé Champagne offers delicate notes of roes petals, red berries and plums with notions of peach, dried flowers and blood orange. Flavorful on the medium-bodied palate and finely poised with bright acidity.  ($94)

Vilmart Champagne Grande Reserve NV- Vilmart & Cie, in Montagne de Reims, is a top grower-producer in Champagne.  Their Grand Réserve is an entry-level cuvée made with 70% pinot noir & 30% chardonnay. It is delicious, taut, elegant and energetic, yet rich and creamy — a top NY Times selection this year and a perennial HWM favorite. (O) ($65)

Aubry Brut Champagne NV – This elegant wine offers a classic depth of minerality, light aromas of blossom, refreshing lemon zest and honey, and savory notes of toasted sourdough and cracked pepper. ($48)


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