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Wine Flights

beer flightWine flights, also sometimes referred to as tasting flights, are tastings of multiple wines, in order to get a feel for breadth or depth. Wine flights are intended for those new to the experience of tasting wine, or those who want to increase their understanding of a specific region, vintage, or varietal.

At Darryl's you'll get to sample 4 different wines that are served by the glass.

WINES OFFERED BY THE GLASS:

Sparkling & Champagne
Is there anything more celebratory than toasting a special occasion with a crisp and lively glass of bubbly? Sweet, dry, or in between, we offer several styles.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Petalo Moscato    Italy    7.25/29
Gloria Ferrer “Blanc de Noirs”    Carneros    7.95/30

Chardonnay
The queen of white varietals offering apple, pear, and citrus notes. Oak is often used in the production process to lend vanilla and spice components. Unoaked & less oak versions are *.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
14 Hands ‘10    Washington State    5.5/22
Kendall Jackson “Vintner’s Reserve” ‘10    California    6.95/28
Trefethen ’09    Oak Knoll District    7.95/32

Sauvignon Blanc
All about crisp, fresh flavors with a tart finish that leave you
wanting another sip.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Matua ‘10    Marlborough    5.75/23
Benziger ‘10    Sonoma    6.95/28

White Blends
The art of blending allows a winemaker to craft a wine that is often more complex, layered, and balanced than when bottled as a single varietal.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Conundrum ‘10    California    7.95/32

Rosé
Slight skin contact gives the wine a pink hue. Styles range from sweet to dry. We have both.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Shelton “Salem Fork”    North Carolina    4.95/20

Other White Varietals
A great way to experiment and try a new grape. With everything from well-known pinot grigio to lesser known torrontes. One
common theme in all these white varietals, they have no oak
influence.
Varietal/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Pinot Grigio, Benvolio ‘10    Friuli    4.95/20
Riesling, Shelton ‘10    Yadkin Valley    5.5/22
Verdejo, El Hada ‘09     Rueda    5.5/22
Gruner Veltliner, Wolfgang ‘10    Austria    4.95/20
Viognier, Loredona ‘10    Lodi    4.95/20
Moscato, Saddlerock “Orange Muscat” ‘09    Santa Barbara    6.95/28

Pinot Noir/Red Burgundy
Light bodied red with forward fruit elegant nuances. Low in tannin with a smooth finish.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Bogle ‘09    California    5.95/24
Wild Rock ‘09    Central Otago    7.25/29
Belle Glos “Meiomi” ‘10    California    7.50/30

Merlot/Right Bank Bordeaux
Medium bodied red with plum, berry, and currant flavors. This varietal ranges from soft and fruity styles to more serious barrel-aged long lived examples.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
14 Hands ‘09    Washington State    5.5/22
Joseph Carr ‘09    Napa    7.5/30

Cabernet Sauvignon & Meritage/Left Bank Bordeaux
Full bodied and medium to high in tannin with big flavors of black currant, blackberry, leather, and spice. Firm structure and power are center stage, tannins are mellowed with age.  
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
J. Lohr “Seven Oaks” ‘09    Paso Robles    6.95/28
Big Vine ‘08    Napa    7.95/32

Spanish Reds
Spain is mostly known for the tempranillo grape grown in Rioja. This country offers great value with fruit forward yet rustic wines.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Massimo Tempranillo ‘10    Rioja    5.5/22

Rhône Valley
Beautiful blends of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre. Predominantly earthy flavors are balanced by bright cherry and strawberry fruit.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
M. Chapoutier “Belleruche” ‘09    Rhône Valley    5.95/24

Southern Hemisphere Reds
The countries of Argentina and Chile produce dense, ripe reds with an affinity for beef. Carmenere is Merlot-like in character. Malbec is the perfect compliment to steak.
Varietal/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Malbec, Navarro Correras ‘09    Mendoza    5.25/21

Italian Reds
Barbera and Nebbiolo from Piedmont in the North. Sangiovese from Chianti in the middle. Nero d’Avola from Sicily in the South. Italy’s wine regions are as diverse as their cuisine.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Antinori “Santa Cristina” Chianti        5.95/24
Palama “Arcangelo”    Salice Salentino    6.95/28

Syrah/Shiraz
Same grape, different name. Purple-tinged in color with aromas that range from violets to berries (usually dark as opposed to red) chocolate espresso and black pepper.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Penfold’s “Koonunga Hills” Shiraz ‘09    South Australia    5.5/22

Other Red Varietals
A great way to experiment and try a new grape. With everything from well-known Zinfandel to lesser known Petite Verdot.
Varietal/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Zinfandel, Ravenswood “Zen of Zin” ‘09    California    4.95/20
Zinfandel, Brazin ‘09    Lodi    6.95/28
Sangiovese, Terro d’Oro ‘07    Amador    7.95/32

Red Blends
The art of blending allows a winemaker to craft a wine that is often more complex, layered and balanced than when bottled as a single varietal.
Name/Producer    Area    Gl/Bottle
Cupcake “Red Velvet” ‘10    California    4.95/20
Raylen “Category 5” ‘09    North Carolina    6.95/28
Duckhorn “Decoy” ‘09    Napa    7.95/32