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.

GOLDRIDGE

Goldridge the most sought after soil of Sonoma County. Goldridge is a sandy-loam soil with exceptional natural chemical balance. It encourages deep-rooting without excess vigor and seems to amplify fruit intensity.

Sparkling

2013, California-Russian River Valley-Lioco¬†“Butch Cameron Vineyard” P√©t Nat¬†$70¬†$15

White

2012, California-Russian River Valley-Arbe Garbe Pinot Grigio, Malvasia, Gewurtztraminer  $82

2012, California-Sonoma Coast-Failla Wines Chardonnay  $70 $15

Red

2012, California-Sonoma Coast-Peay Pinot Noir $82 

  

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.

 

White

2012, California-Sonoma-Scribe “Ode to Emil No.11″¬†Sylvaner $6514

2013, California-Sonoma-Russian River Valley-Wind Gap Trousseau Gris $53

2013, California-Napa Valley-Galerie “Naissance”¬†Sauvignon Blanc $57

2011, France-Loire Valley-Saumur-Chateau de Fosse Seches “Arcane”¬†Chenin Blanc $70$15

2013, Austria-Kremstal-Nigl “Senftenberger Piri”¬†¬†Gruner Veltliner¬†$65$14

1996, Germany-Rheingau-Schloss Schonborn “Domdechaney” Spatlese¬†Riesling¬†$99

2011,¬†Italy-Piedmont-Vigneti Massa”Derthona” Timorasso¬†$67

2013, Virginia-Barboursville Vineyards Pinot Grigio $40$9

Rose

2013,Argentina-Valle de Uco-Angel Oak Merlot $45

Red

2009, California-Napa Valley-Rutherford-Elyse “Tietjen Vineyard”¬†Cabernet Sauvignon $99

2012, California-Napa Valley-Pine Ridge Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon $70/$15

2011, California-Sonoma County-Dry Creek Valley-Unti Zinfandel Blend $64

2010, Spain-Rioja-Muga Reserva Tempranillo Blend  $58

2012, Argentina-Valle de Uco-Angel Oak “Reserva”¬†Malbec ¬†$70/$15

2010, France-Rhone Valley-Vin de Pays de Vaucluse-Domaine des Tours Grenache Blend $65/$14

2010, Germany-Pfalz-Weingut Okonomierat Rebholz “s” Pinot Noir $99¬†¬†

2009, Italy-Piedmont-Monferrato Freisa-Scarpa “La Selva di Moirano¬†Freisa $87¬†¬†¬†

2011, Italy-Tuscany-Gaja Ca’Marcanda “Promis” Merlot, Syrah, Sangiovese¬†$92¬†¬†¬†

2003, Italy-Umbria-Lago di Corbara-Barberani “Foresco” Cabernet Sauvignon Blend¬†$60/$13

2013, Italy-Vallee d”Aoste-Lo Triolet¬†Pinot Noir¬†$76¬†¬†

 2007, Italy-Tuscany-Chianti Classico-Fontodi Sangiovese $88

Fortified

2011, California-Napa-Mathaisson Vermouth “Yount Mill Vineyard” Flora(375ml) $60(3oz)$15 ¬† ¬†

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

2013,California-Napa Valley-Massican “Annia” Ribolla Gialla, Tocai Friulano, Chardonnay $70/$15

2013, Germany-Rheinhessen-Kruger-Rumpf “Binner Scharlachberg” Spatlese¬†Reisling $60/$13

2012, Oregon-Willamette Valley-Dundee Hills-Eyrie Vineyards Chardonnay $60/$13

 

Red

2012, Oregon-Willamette Valley-Chehalem Mtns-Teutonic Wine Co. “Bergspitz”¬†¬†Pinot Noir ¬†$70$15¬†

2011,¬†California-NorthCoast-Pax “Vicar”¬†Grenache Blend¬†$72

2012, Italy-Tuscany-Costa Toscana IGT-Kepos di Ampelia Grenache Blend $67

 

 

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-Cremant de Limoux-Chateau Martinolles  Rosé Chardonnay Blend  $50/$11

White

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

2013, France-Burgundy-Chitry-GiraudonVgnerons Aligote $35/$8

2013, France-Burgundy-Chablis-P. Puize “Terroir Decouverte”¬†¬†Chardonnay $64

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

2011, FranceLoire-Savennieres-Nicholas Joly “Clos de la Bergerie”¬†¬†¬†Chenin Blanc $99¬†

2012, France-Loire-Domaine le Briseau “Kharakter” Chenin Blanc $83¬†

2009, France-Alsace-Domaine Weinbach “Cuv√©e Theo” Gewurtztraminer $87

Rose

2013, France-Provence-Bandol-Domaine Tempier M0uvedre, Grenache, Cinsault, Carigan $95

 Red

2011, Lebanon-Bekaa Valley-Chateau Musar “Musar Jeune”¬†Cinsault Blend $50/$11

2013, France-Burgundy-Hautes-Cotes de Beaune-Domaine Billard et Fils Pinot Noir $50/$11

2012, France-Burgundy-Santenay-L. Muzard “Champs Claude” Vieilles Vignes¬†Pinot Noir $99¬†

2009, France-Loire-Chinon-Olga Raffault “Les Picasses”¬†Cabernet Franc $58¬†

2012, France-Jura-Arbois-Pupillan-Domaine Overnoy-Crinquand Trousseau $80

¬†2012, France-Rh√īne Valley-Crozes-Hermitages-Le Domaine de Lucie “Les Pitchounettes”¬†Syrah¬†$70$15

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