wine-1500x300Our wine list has been carefully handcrafted to compliment our cuisine. If you ever need a pairing suggestion, our staff can assist in helping you choose the wine that's best for you.


Gertrude’s Wine List is progressive, from light and sweet to dry and full.

Cava, Castillo Perelada Brut Reserva; Spain $ 10/38

(Sparkling: Delicate citrus, lightly effervescent)

Prosecco, Enza, Italy $ 11/42

(Sparkling: Flavors of peach, green apples, honeysuckle and a touch of citrus)

Rosato, Tintero, Italy $ 9/34

(Light effervesced; hints of lychee, spice, with a floral aroma)

Riesling, Kennedy Shah, Yakima Valley, WA $ 11/42

(Stone fruit, apple, lime leaves, minerally finish)

**Rosé, Arizona Stronghold, “Dayden”, AZ $ 10/38

(Dry and acidic, watermelon and spice)

**White Blend, Provisioner, AZ $ 11/42

(Fresh, crisp and fruity with perfect amount of body)

Pinot Grigio, Santori “Delle Venezie”, Italy $ 10/38

(Ripe pear and melon, crisp finish)

Sauvignon Blanc, “Loop”, New Zealand $ 10/38

(Citrus and herbal notes with ripe passion fruit and gooseberry. Finishes crisp, clean, and long.)

Sauvignon Blanc, “Three Brooms”, New Zealand $ 11/42

(Passionfruit supported by citrus notes)

**White Blend, Pillsbury, “Wild Child White”, AZ $ 13/50

(Medium bodied, white peach and nectarine)

Viognier, Powers, Napa, CA $ 10/38

(Peach pit, ripe apricot, melon, lychee, light minerality)

White Bordeaux, Chateau Bonnet, France $ 12/46

(Aromas of pear and tropical fruit)

Chardonnay, Matchbook, CA $ 10/38

(Balanced with citrus, apple, mango and sweet oak)

**Chardonnay, Pillsbury, AZ $ 13/50

(Lime zest, nutmeg and quince on the nose with hints of lemon, clove and vanilla)

Chardonnay, Girard, CA $ 15/58

(Full-bodied, offering a solid core of ripe pear and apple flavors, with a touch of hazelnut on the finish).


Gertrude’s Wine List is progressive, from light and sweet to dry and full.

Pinot Noir, Left Coast Cellars, “Cali’s Cuvée”, Willamette Valley, OR $ 13/50

(Aged in French Oak, dark fruits emerge at first taste, while light tannins finish )

Pinot Noir, Sebastiani, “The Crusher”. CA $ 12/46

(Pomegranate, rose petal and nutmeg)

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Quattro Mani, Italy $ 10/38

(Aromas of plum and blackberry with a rich berry and pepper palate)

Cabernet Sauvignon, Powers, Columbia Valley, CA $ 10/38

(Fruit forward blueberries and cherries)

**Red Blend, Provisioner, AZ $ 11/42

(Merlot driven with dark fruit nose)

**Red Blend, Pillsbury, “Wild Child Red”, AZ $ 13/50

(Soft tannins, red berries and herbal tea)

**Red Blend, Dos Cabezas, AZ $ 13/50

(Nose of light red fruits with a palate that opens to dark fruit and caramel)

Malbec, Alberti 154, Bodega Calle, Argentina $ 11/42

(Roasted nuts, latte, and berries on the nose; chocolate, citrus peel, bacon bits, with chewy tannins on the palate)

Zinfandel, Old Vine Cuvée, Mynors, Sonoma, CA $ 12/46

(Cranberries, brown sugar and vanilla, hint of oak spice, soft tannins, long finish with black pepper)

Tempranillo, Matchbook, CA $ 14/54

(Rich flavors of coffee and mocha mingle with fresh cranberries and rhubarb)

Cabernet Sauvignon, Santa Carolina, “Reserva de Familia”, Chile $ 16/60

(Nose of vanilla and dark fruits balanced with tannins and cassis flavors)

Merlot, Kunde, CA $ 12/46

(Decadent dark chocolate and dark cherry meld into a silky finish)

Cabernet Sauvignon, Brandlin, CA $ -/125