Wines

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.

WHITES & SPARKLING


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, Kermit Lynch “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, Dos Cabezas, AZ $10/38

(Dry and acidic, watermelon and spice)

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

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

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

(Ripe pear and melon, crisp finish)

Sauvignon Blanc, Joel Gott, CA $10/38

(Citrus and herbal notes. Finishes crisp, clean, and long.)

Sauvignon Blanc, “Anamo”, New Zealand $12/46

(Passion fruit, exotic stone fruit, and gooseberry)

**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)

**Viognier, 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).

 

REDS


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, WA $10/38

(Fruit forward blueberries and cherries)

**Red Blend, Merkin, 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)

By the Bottle Selection (see server for details) $ --/72