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Our wines by the glass program begins at $6.00 per glass.

VERITAS WHITES


WHAT WE’RE POURING Ask server for details. Rotates Daily!

2011 DOMAINE DU TARIQUET CÔTES DE GASCOGNE ($6 glass / $23 bottle)
A very refreshing wine with magnificent intensity.  45% Ugni Blanc, 35% Colombard, 10% Sauvignon Blanc, 10% Gros Manseng

2011 CA’ DONINI PINOT GRIGIO DELLE VENEZIE ITALY ($7 glass / $23 bottle)
This wine has a distinctive bouquet of wild flowers and hints of honey and fruit. In the mouth the wine is dry and light with clean, lively apple and pear fruit.

NV BROADBENT VINHO VERDE PORTUGAL ($7 glass / $25 bottle)
Beautifully fresh with tart green apple, white peach and melon flavors. A delicious crisp and zesty finish.

2010 NOBLE HOUSE RIESLING QUALITATSWEIN MOSEL ($8 glass / $25 bottle)
This wine has a ripe peach and apricot aroma and a mineral taste typical of the Mosel slate terroir.

2010 CHATEAU CABANNIEUX GRAND VIN DE BORDEAUX GRAVES ($9 glass / $27 bottle)
80% Semillon / 20% Sauvignon Blanc. Aged 4 months in Oak Barrels. The Semillon adds roundness to this crispness of the Sauvignon Blanc. 3/4 of this wine is vinified in temperature controlled steel tanks and the remainder in new oak.

2010 GIESEN MARLBOROUGH NEW ZEALAND SAUVIGNON BLANC ($9 glass / $27 bottle)
Flavors reminiscent of gooseberry and citrus and this is surrounded by a juicy, pure acidity giving the wine its zesty exuberance with a fresh, dry finish.

2011 CHARLES GONNET CHIGNIN VIN DE SAVOIE (100% JACQUERE) ($10 glass / $30 bottle)
It was almost a sad day at Veritas. Usually, this slot is filled with ‘Lil James, our longtime favorite, which is currently out of stock. Louis Baruoll and his humble workers could not keep up with the Veritas and Boulevardier demand. What to do? Find an equally satisfying replacement. So we did. Sourced from the heart of the Alps this 100% bone dry Jacquere shows great aromas of stone fruits with floral notes. Thanks to Benjamin Oberto, Veritas and Boulevardier are your only sources in TX for this wine. Give it a swirl and see what the fuss is about.

2010 BUEHLER VINEYARDS RUSSIAN RIVER VALLEY CHARDONNAY ($10 glass / $35 bottle)
This Chardonnay displays abundant floral/ stone fruit aromas lightly accented by toasty, graham cracker sur-lie qualities. The mouthfeel is creamy and full but the natural acidity of the Russian River fruit carries this velvet-textured package to a long, clean finish.

 

SPARKLING


NV VEUVE DE VERNAY BRUT LOIRE FRANCE ($8 glass / $25 bottle)
A crisp, clean, and refreshing sparkler. Bright and zesty with hints of apple and pear on the nose and a juicy yet dry finish.

NV LUCIEN ALBRECHT CRÉMANT D’ALSACE BRUT ROSÉ ($12 glass / $40 bottle)
This wine is made from 100% pinot noir and is made in the “methode traditonnelle”. It has a fresh palate with red berry flavors.

 

ROSÉ


2011 PETIT BOURGEOIS ROSÉ DE PINOT NOIR ($9 glass / $28 bottle)
A delicious dry and crisp Rosé made purely from Pinot Noir in the Vin de Pays du Val de Loire.

 

SWEET


1985 PEDRO XIMENEZ GRAN ($18 glass)
This is an intensely sweet, dark, and delicious sherry. This wine is not available for 1/2 price on Mondays.

 

VERITAS REDS


What we’re pouring Ask server for details.  Rotates Daily!

2010 LANCATAY CABERNET SAUVIGNON MENDOZA ARGENTINA ($7 glass / $24 bottle)
Lancatay means foothills of the Andean mountains in the Huarpe Langauge (first inhabitants of Mendoza). This wine is sourced from high altitude vineyards that delivers notes of black currant, oak spice, and traces of warm mocha. 89 pts Robert Parker.

2010 HAHN GSM CENTRAL COAST (GRENACHE 62%, SYRAH 34%, MOURVEDRE 4%) ($8 glass / $25 bottle)
This Southern Rhone-inspired blend showcases the best of these varietals from California’s Central Coast. Grenache brings Medal at the 2011 San Francisco International Wine Competition!

2010 PICO MACCARIO BERRO PIEMONTE BARBERA ($8 glass / $25 bottle)
Light-bodied and fresh with aromas of cherry and raspberry, this wine finishes with the same array of berries, sweet plum, delicate tannins, and soft earthy notes.

2011 BOXHEAD SHIRAZ AUSTRALIA ($8.50 glass / $28 bottle)
Playful, fun and balanced, with ripe raspberry, blackberry, plum and peppery spice.

NV MARIETTA CELLARS OLD VINE RED LOT NO. 56 ($9 glass / $29 bottle)
This wine is a proprietary red wine made to replicate the field blends of many of the old vineyards in Sonoma and Mendocino Counties. Predominantly comprised of Zinfandel, it is characterized by intense spicy aromas, bright fruit, and a solid structure.

2008 LAN CRIANZA RIOJA TEMPRANILLO ($9 glass / $28 bottle)
Aged for one year in special LAN oak barrels which incorporate both American and French Oak into the same barrel. This unique and innovative approach results in a wonderfully well-balanced, structured, and fruity wine.

2010 PIERRE HENRI MOREL SIGNARGUES CÔTES-DU-RHONES VILLAGES ($9 glass / $33 bottle)
50% Grenache, 25% Syrah, 25% Mourvedre. The nose is full with aromas of very ripe black fruit. The palate is greedy with liquorice aromas and a spicy finish.

2010 EXEM BORDEAUX FRANCE ($10 glass / $35 bottle)
70% Merlot / 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. Exem is the abbreviation of “exemplaire” which means the following: deserving imitation; serving as an example; AND to set a precedent. We believe this wine delivers tremendous value at its price point.

2010 VALLE LAS NENCIAS RESERVE MALBEC MENDOZA ARGENTINA ($11 glass / $35 bottle)
“Las Nencias” valley is located 3000m above sea level. This wine has an intense shade of purple and delicate fragrance of violets, unique features of Malbec grown in Mendoza. 90 points Wine Advocate.

2010 SIVAS (SEA-VIS) CABERNET SAUVIGNON SONOMA ($12 glass / $39 bottle)
This wine combines blackberry and red currant with dark chocolate and cocoa. Its focused fruit profile and depth, finishing with a long raspberry note, make it stand out as a classic Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon.

2011 BRUNO ROCCA TRIFOLÉ DOLCETTO D’ALBA ($14 glass / $45 bottle)
Bruno Rocca has set the benchmark for Dolcetto. Black raspberry and cherry fruit aromas are lifted by flowers. Juicy, but on The lean side, with fresh, fruity blackberry and licorice flavors accented by a slight green element. Good intensity and fine tannins. 90 points Wine Spectator

2011 ST. INNOCENT VILLAGE CUVÉE WILLAMETTE VALLEY OREGON ($15 glass / $48 bottle)
This wine is characterized by fragrant perfumes of spicy red and black fruits, medium body, and has densely packed fruit. The tannins are ripe and the balance is impeccable.

 

PORT


RAMOS PINTO TAWNY PORT ($9 glass)
This port is supple and clean on the palate. Its aroma combines ripe fruit, dry fruit, nuts and spices. Its finish is soft and dry.

WARRE’S LATE BOTTLE VINTAGE PORTO 2001 ($13 glass)
Carefully selected from the finest wines of a very good year, this Port is aged in oak casks for 4 years before being bottled without any fining and filtration. This ensures that this Port’s superb fruit concentration is further retained. Once in bottle, Warre’s LBV is matured for a further 4 years in the company’s cellars prior to release. It’s the prolonged ageing in its own bottle that allows the wine to develop its outstanding style and complexity.