Wine List

At HUSK our wine list is grouped by terroir and soil type, rather than the traditional classifications of political geography or grape varietal. This further connects the concepts of Husk’s wine offerings to the mission of the restaurant.

SLATE

Slate is a dark, plate-like metamorphic rock formed under low pressure. It retains heat and water well. Often gives the wine a “flinty” taste.

Red

2004, France-Rhone-Cote Rotie-Patrick Jasmin(schist, limestone)
Syrah, Viognier
$85

2011, Spain-Priorat-Onix “Classic” (llicorella)
Grenache, Carignan
$47

 

 

ALLUVIAL

Alluvial soils have good water & nutrient retention, which can translate into a more opulent style of wine. It is often found in combination the wind blown loess or loam soils. Throughout the world, these are the most prolific vine soils.

Sparkling

NV, Italy-Veneto-Prosecco-Primaterra
Glerea
$35/$8

 White

2011, Virginia-Linden “Hardscrabble”
Chardonnay
$70/$15

2011, California-Russian River Valley-Patz & Hall “Dutton Ranch” (goldridge)
Chadonnay
$76

2012, California-Carneros-Ryme “Las Brisas Vineyard” (Hers)
Vermintino
$64

2012, New Zealand-Marlborough-Dog Point Vineyard
Sauvignon Blanc
$55

2011, France-Francois Pinon “Les Trois Argiles”
Chenin Blanc
$55/$12

2010, Austria-Weinviertel-R&A Pfaffl “Haidviertel Vineyards”
Gruner Veltliner
$55/$12

2010,Slovenia-Goriska Brda-Edi Simcic(ponca)
Chardonnay
$77

2012,Slovenia-Pullus
Pinot Grigio
$45/$10

Rose

2013,France-Loire-La Ferme de la Sannsoniere “Rose d” un jour”
Grolleau
$70/$15

Red

2009, Virginia-Barboursville Vineyards “Octagon”
Merlot Blend
$95

2010, California-Napa Valley-Groth
Cabernet Sauvignon
$99

2012, California-Sonoma Coast-Lioco “Laguna”(goldridge)
Pinot Noir
$70/$15

2011, California-Alexander Valley-K. Goldschmidt “Crazy Creek”
Cabernet Sauvignon
$50/$11

2012, California-Santa Barbara-Broc Cellars “Cassia”
Grenache
$67 

2011, Argentina-Mendoza-Valle de Uco-Angel Oak “Assemblage” Reserva
Malbec Blend
$70/$15

2011, France-Loire-Puzelat-Bonhomme “In Cot We Trust”
(Melbec) Cot
$65

2012, France-Cotes de Provence-Clos Cibonne
Tibouren, Syrah
$65/$14

2012, France-Rhone-Eric Texier “Brezeme”
Syrah
$68

2011, Italy-Valle D’Aosta-Grosjean
Gamay
$55/$12

2010, Italy-Trentino-IGT Vigneti Delle Dolomiti-Azienda Agricola Foradori
Teroldego
$70/$15

2008, Italy-Umbria-Montefalco Sagrantino tino-Tabarrini “Colle Grimaldesco”
Sagrantino
$94

2007, Italy-Piedmont-Gattinara-Travaglini
Nebbiolo
$66

2002, Italy-Sud Tirol-Adige-Peter Dipoli “Fihl”
Merlot
$70

 

 

VOLCANIC

Volcanic soils have two types; vent based & lava based. Volcanic influenced soils are found to have some of the most nutrient rich soils for vine growth.

White

2012, Germany-Nahe-Jakob Schneider “Neiderhauser Klamm” Kabinett(porphyry)
 Reisling
$45/$10

2011, Oregon-Willamette Valley-Dundee Hills-Eyrie 
Chardonnay
$60/$13

2010, Hungary-Tokaji-Kiralyudvar
Futmint 
$45/$10

Red

2011, Oregon-Willamette Valley-Eola-Amity Hills-Evesham Wood
Pinot Noir
$65

2012, California-North Coast-Arnot-Roberts
Trousseau
$73

2012, California-Lodi-Borden Ranch-Nyers “Vista Luna”(quartz)
Zinfandel
$58

¬†2010, Sicily-Etna Rosso-Fattorie Romeo del Castello “Allegracore”
Nerello Mascalese Blend
$70

LIMESTONE

Limestone is made primarily from fossilized seashells. It possesses the ability to store water for irrigation, which is essential for wine growth. Its alkaline nature encourages high acidity grapes to flourish.

Sparkling

NV, France-Champagne-Cumieres-Geoffroy “Expression” Brut
Pinot Meunier Blend
$99 

NV, France-Champagne-Cotes de Sezzanne-T. Triolet Brut
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
$70/$15

NV, France-Cremant de Limoux-Domaine de Martinolles Brut Rose
Pinot Noir Blend
$45/$10

White

2012, California-Napa Valley-Arnot-Roberts “Watson Ranch”
Chardonnay
$89

2005, France-Burgundy-Pernand-Vergelesses-Dubreuil-Fontaine “Clos Berthet”
Chardonnay
$78

2012, France-Loire-Sancerre-Franck & Jean Francois Bailly¬†”Cuvee Chavignol”
Sauvignon Blanc
$72

2012, France-Loire-Pouilly-Fume-Domaine de Bel Air
Sauvignon Blanc
$50/$11

2008, France-Loire-Savennieres-Domaine FL “Chamboureau”
Chenin Blanc
$74

2009, France-Alsace-Domaine Weinbach “Cuvee Theo”
Gewurtztraminer
$87

Rose

2012, France-Provence-Bandol-Domaine Tempier
Mouvedre, Genache, Cinsault, Carignan
$90

 Red

2005, Lebanon-Bekaa Valley-Chateau Musar
Cabernet Sauvignon, Cinsault and Carignan
$82

2012, Italy-Sicily-Aziendza Agricola COS
 Frappato
$68

2011, Italy-Piedmont-Alba-Pelissero “Piani”
Barbera
$50/$11

2008, Spain-Rioja-Remelluri Reserva
Tempranillo Blend
$83

2011, France-Arbois-Montigny-Les Arsures-J. Puffeney
Poulsard
$65

1990, France-Loire-Chinon-Olga Raffault “Les Picasses”
Cabernet Franc
$99

2009, France-Burgundy-Bourgogne Passe-tout-Grains-Lou Dumont
Pinot Noir/Gamay
$60/$13

2012, France-Languedoc-Pays d’Herault-Pont de Gassac
Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot
$45/$10

2011, France-Cotes de Rhone Villages-Plan de Dieu-Dom.les Ondines
Grenache Blend
$40

2005, France-Rhone-Gigondas-Chateau Redortier
Grenache, Syrah
$70

 

 

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