mole salumi, blue cheese, quince
ham, swiss, dijon mustard
cheddar, manchego, quince
manchego, dijon mustard, herbs
salted, with honey
paired with three equally amazing sea salts.
garlic and ginger salt pork.
hot peppers and garlic.
cinnamon, chocolate, ancho pepper.
black peppercorn and fennel.
oregano, da vino or winter.
cured with citrus and cardamom.
available mid-october. in stock now.
pork jowl. awesome
wine-washed loin meat.
pork shoulder with salt, sugar and red pepper.
kobe beef of cured meats
five salumi that will give you a glimpse into the raw genius that is armandino batali
madisonville, tn. the best bacon in america and it's not even close.
gamey and sweaty.
chocolate cake, crème brûlée filling, ganache, caramel sauce.
three amazingly different brownies. varieties change constantly, ask your server.
(soft) buttery mild
(firm) sharp and salty
(firm) stinky in the best way
classic and delicious malbec from argentina with notes of cocoa, leather, and baking spice. earthy and easy to drink.
this young spanish red explodes with gorgeous notes of blackberry and strawberry, balanced with a backbeat of leather and spice. so easy to drink, it's scary.
100% organic. warm, fragrant notes of blueberry and blackberry on the nose. finishes with hints of black pepper and spice. great spanish table wine.
pinot noir is all about terroir and this tasmanian example proves the point. light bodied with a pleasing dusty earthiness and notes of bing cherry on the nose. great all by itself.
gorgeous, silky aussie fruit bomb features heavy notes of strawberry and blackberry with a hint of black pepper at the finish. low acid and medium tannins make it ridiculously easy to drink. phenomenal.
strong notes of coffee, chocolate, and clove are constantly evolving in the glass. audacious and originala lovely example of a unique south african varietal.
deep and rich with fantastic suggestions of green pepper and burnt caramel. this is a big, over the top wine that can be lingered over for hours. enjoy now. very limited supply.
from the heart of riesling country: honey and melon with subtle minerality and a semi-sweet finish. very nice to have with any of our desserts.
circus peanuts, really, circus peanuts, along with wildflowers and citrus notes. an unusual wine, but we like it.
perfect hot weather, summer wine. dry and flinty with suggestions of melon and peach. a good example of an overlooked varietal.
understated and elegant with flinty minerality and a bouquet of wildflowers and herbs. this is a great example of what the french do really, really well.
amazing stuff. old vines produce a rich, savory, honeyed wine with an ultra-dense mouthfeel. a hidden gem from sa.
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