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.

Prosecco, Enza, Italy – $11/42

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

Brut Rosè, Bouvet-Ladubay, “Excellence”, France – $10/38

(Raspberry, red currant, and peach on the nose boasts a palate with black currant and quince, herbal piquancy)

Riesling, Dr. Loosen, Germany – $11/42

(Stone fruit, apple, lime leaves, sweet start with a mineral finish)

Rosé, Dos Cabezas, Soniota, AZ – $11/42

(Dry and acidic; bright red berries with just a hint of tannins)

Rosado, Baron de Ley, Rioja, Spain – $10/38

(Fragrant nose of raspberry and strawberry; elegant, full flavor)

**White Blend, Dos Cabezas, “Meskeoli”, Sonoita, AZ – $11/42

(Dry and acidic; watermelon and spice)

Pinot Gris, Illahe, Willamette Valley, OR – $10/38

(Granny smith apple aromas pull you in, but are quickly followed by notes of honey suckle and lilac)

Sauvignon Blanc, Beckmen, SYV, Santa Ynez Valley, CA – $11/42

(Tropical and citrus aromas define the aromatics with bright acidity and mineral flavors highlighting the palate)

Sauvignon Blanc, Jules Taylor, Marlborough, New Zealand – $13/50

(Passion fruit, exotic stone fruit, and gooseberry)

Pinot Grigio, San Pietro, Italy – $ 12/46

(Ripe pear and melon, with crisp finish)

Viognier, Tumbleweed “The Descendants”, Verde Valley, AZ – $ 13/50

(The higher acid & tart quince from Viognier are balanced with the richness, tropical fruit, and spice of Verdelho)

White Bordeaux, Chateau Bonnet, France – $ 12/46

(Aromas of pear and tropical fruit)

Chardonnay, Michael David, Lodi, CA – $ 10/38

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

Chardonnay, Girard, Russian River, CA – $15/58

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



Red Blend, Page Springs, “Mule’s Mistake”, Verde Valley, AZ – $12/46

(Arizona’s answer to Pinot Noir)

Pinot Noir, Sokol Blosser, Dundee Hills, OR – $18/70

(aromas of black tea and ripe raspberries, followed by bright flavors of rainier cherries)

Pinot Noir, Jules Taylor, “The Better Half”, Marlborough, New Zealand – $13/50

(Exhibits plum, cherry, and cranberry flavors, with earthy, savory undertones with a delightful layer of chocolate)

Garnacha, Castillo de Monseran, Cariñena, Spain – $10/38

(Herbal overtones, bursting ripe berry, spice, and plum fruit)

Cabernet Sauvignon, Powers, Columbia Valley, WA – $10/38

(Fruit forward blueberries and cherries)

Cote du Rhône, Réserve, Famille Perrin, France – $11/42

(Chocolate and spice tease the nose while the light earthy balance of rhone blends delight the palate. Dry, lightly tannic)

Red Blend, Dos Cabezas, Sonoita, 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, Paris Valley Road, Monterey County, CA – $10/38

(Earthy notes of sage, saddle leather, and fresh tilled soil add complexity to this well balanced and alluring wine)

Syrah, Michael David, “6th Sense”, Central Valley, CA – $14/54

(Mid-palate of plum and blackberry, with a touch of mulberry; tannins are tame)

Tempranillo, Marqués de Cáceres Reserva, Rioja, Spain – $12/46

(Rich fruit and tannic structure, milky flavors with coffee and a trace of leather)

Cabernet Sauvignon, Fableist, “373”, Paso Robles, CA – $14/54

(Vibrant black currant, cedar, and vanilla hit your tongue, as you're warmed by the comforts blackberries and cherries)

Merlot, Kunde, Sonoma Valley, CA – $12/46

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

Cabernet Sauvignon, Girard, “Artistry”, Napa Valley, CA – $18/70

(Blue and black fruits, is medium to full-bodied with soft tannins)



Rosè, Provisioner, Willcox Basin, AZ – $8

(Ripe strawberry nose, with lime leaf and lemon peel with a berry and melon palate, flinty minerality, and ripe nectarines)

White, Provisioner, Willcox Basin, AZ – $8

(Aromatic white blend that has balanced acidity to create a smooth and tantalizing palate)


RESERVE WINE LIST (by the bottle only)

Zinfandel, Sand Reckoner “Z”, AZ – $65/Btl

(Nose of dark red berry, plum, and tomato with medium body and complex tannins)

Tempranillo, Hidden Track, AZ – $65/Btl

(100% Arizona grape, aged in oak 12 months, this wine boasts the minerality of Arizona soil and sunkissed skins)

Chardonnay, Hidden Track, “FG Story” – $65/Btl

(This unfiltered, unfined Arizona gem delights the nose with hints of baked apple then fills the palate with baking spices and pear for a long, magnetic finish)

Red Schooner, Voyage 5, Caymus Cellars, CA – $75/Btl

(Fruit from the Andes Mountain aged in French Oak, dark fruits emerge at first taste, while moderate tannins finish)

Zinfandel, Orin Swift, “8 Years in the Desert”, Napa Valley, CA – $95/Btl

(Dark garnet with a lucid rim, the wine exhibits aromas of briar fruit, ripe blackberry and
dark plum with a tinge of minerality and espresso beans)

Cabernet Blend, Hook & Ladder, “The Tillerman”, Sonoma County, CA – $75/Btl

(Black cherry & spices on the nose; layered flavors of black currant and raspberry lead to a finish of spice and dusty cocoa)



We PROUDLY serve AZ Pillsbury wines for our “house” white & red. – $12/46

Wine flights – both white and red – feature Arizona’s finest. Enjoy two ounce pours of 3 award winning wines with tasting notes. – $13