The goal with our wine list was simple.  We looked for quality wines that would compliment our cuisine without breaking the bank.  You may recognize some of the wineries on our list.  Most of them may not be known to you.  But rest assured, we tasted a lot of wines at the trade shows before coming up with our selection.   On the whole, we think it’s a fun, eclectic list and not at all pretentious.  Just as we are introducing you to new flavors with our cuisine, our wines look to do the same.  There are wonderful blends to choose from, as well as some really unique varietals.  There are wines from North America, South America, France, Spain, Italy, and South Africa.  The list is thoroughly approachable.  At Slate’s, you can’t be afraid of a little spice.  And you shouldn’t be afraid of a little grape, either. 



Chardonnay - Buried Cane No Oak - Columbia Valley, WA.     26

Chardonnay - Inconceivable - Sonoma County, California.     30

Chardonnay - Ferrari-Carano - Sonoma County, California.     35

Chardonnay - Kendall Jackson Estate - Santa Barbara, CA.     32

Chenin Blanc - Monmousseau Vouvray - France.     30

Gewurztraminer - Gundlach Bundschu - Sonoma County, CA.     35

Pinot Grigio - Duetorri - Italy.     26

Pinot Grigio - Santa Margherita Valdadige - Italy.     36

Pinot Bianco - Sirmian - Italy.     28

Riesling - Fess Parker - Santa Barbara County, California.     26

Sauvignon Blanc - Loveblock - Marlborough, New Zealand.     35

Sauvignon Blanc - Nobilo - Marlborough, New Zealand.     26

White Blend - Cadaretta S.B.S. - Columbia Valley, WA.     38




Cabernet Sauvignon - Jordan - Alexander Valley, CA.     90

Cabernet Sauvignon - Simi - Alexander Valley, California.     36

Cabernet Sauvignon - Silver Oak - Alexander Valley, CA.     125

Carmenere - Chono Reserva - Maipo Valley, Chile.     26

Malbec - Antigal Uno - Mendoza, Argentina.     33

Merlot - Clos du Val - Napa Valley, California.     35

Petite Sirah - The Crusher - Napa Valley, California.     35

Petite Sirah - Optima - Sonoma County, California.     55

Pinot Noir - Pennywise - California.     30

Primitivo - Collier Falls - Dry Creek Valley, California.     50

Red Blend - Château Villerambert-Julien “Opéra” Minervois - France.     28

Red Blend - Corté Riva Cortez 78 “Firepit” - Napa County, California.     55

Red Blend - Fess Parker “The Big Easy” - Santa Barbara County, California.     58

Red Blend - Juan Gil 18 - Spain.     58

Zinfandel - Plungerhead Old Vine - Lodi, California.     30



About the Blends - We've chosen quite a few blends for the the Slate's wine list, primarily because of their uniqueness.  Blends are an easy way to enjoy a wine without worrying about specific international varietals.  Blends are also gaining in popularity all around the globe because of their overall accessibility.  Anyone who doesn't consider himself a wine connoisseur can relate to wines that are blended specifically for taste. 

We like offering our guests samples of any wine by the glass so they can experiment and hopefully find a new wine to enjoy.


Rosé and Sparkling - Additionally, we have a small but varied selection of Rosé and Sparkling wines to choose from.

Rosé d’Anjou is a lovely, dry Rosé from France.  Villa Rosa Moscato D'Asti is a sweeter Italian wine.  Prosecco, Vovetti, a Prosecco from Italy.  Bernard-Massard is a 1/2 bottle of sparkling wine from Luxembourg, and yields two glasses for you and a friend.  And finally, Veuve Clicquot from France.