Wine List

At HUSK our wine list emphasises terroir and soil type, rather than the traditional classifications of political geography or grape varietal. In keeping with Chef Brock’s philosophy, the different soil types listed below highlight how influential regionality is to grapes, just in the same way that it influences the taste of our food.

SPARKLING

Alluvial 

Virginia-Monticello-NV-Thibault-Janisson Brut     Chardonnay  65  14

Limestone

France-Champagne-NV-Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve     Pinot Meunier Blend  99

France-Champagne-Reims-NV-Jacquart “Mosaique” Brut¬† ¬† ¬†Chardonnay Blend ¬†70 ¬†15

France-Burgundy-Chablis-NV-Val de Mer Brut Nature Rosé     Pinot Noir  60  13

RED

Alluvial 

New York-Finger Lakes-2013-Forge Cellars “Les Allies”¬† ¬† ¬†Pinot Noir ¬†74

California-Sta. Rita Hills-2012-Domaine De La C√īte¬† ¬† ¬†Pinot Noir ¬†99

Italy-Sicily-2013-Paolo Cali “Mandragola”¬† ¬† ¬†Frappato ¬†55 ¬†12

California-San Diego County-2014-McCormick Ranch Vineyard-J. Brix “Rougarou”¬† ¬† ¬†Carignan ¬†65

France-Rh√īne-C√ītes Du Rhone-2011-Chateau des Tours¬† ¬† ¬†Grenache Blend ¬†90

Spain-Rioja-2010-Bodegas Exeo “Cifras”¬† ¬† Grenache ¬†70

Spain-Rioja-2005-Marqués del Puerto Gran Reserva     Tempranillo Blend  82

Italy-Tuscany-Rosso di Montalcino-2011-Valdicava     Sangiovese  85

Italy-Tuscany-Brunello di Montalcino-2011-Caprili     Sangiovese  95

Chile-Cauquenes-2011-Baptiste Cuvelier “Cuv√©e Del Maule”¬† ¬†Cabernet Sauvignon Blend ¬†45 ¬†10

Portugal-Alentejo-2014-Espa√ßo Rural “Bojador Vinho de Talha”¬† ¬† ¬†Trincadeira Blend ¬†45 ¬†10

Argentina-Valle de Uco-2013-Angel Oak Reserva     Malbec  70  15

California-Napa Valley-2014-Branham Estate “Resolution”¬† ¬† ¬†Cabernet Sauvignon ¬†60 ¬†13

Italy-Piedmont-Colli Tortonesi-2007-Vigneti Massa “Pertichetta”¬† ¬† ¬†Croatina ¬†69

Limestone

France-Jura-Arbois-2014-Domaine de la Pinte “Pinte Bien”¬† ¬† ¬†Poulsard ¬†60

France-Burgundy-St.Aubin 1er Cru-2012-Henri Prudhon “Sur le Sentier du Clou”¬†Pinot Noir ¬†86

Armenia-Vayots Dzor-2013-Zorah “Karas√¨”¬† ¬† ¬†Areni Noir ¬†72

Lebanon-Bekaa Valley-2013-Chateau Musar “Musar Jeune”¬† ¬† ¬†Cinsault Blend ¬†50 ¬†11

Italy-Piedmont-Barbera D’Asti-2011-La Spinetta “Ca’ Di Pian”¬† ¬† ¬†Barbera ¬†68

Spain-Ribera Del Duero-2012-Bodegas Epifanio Rivera “Erial T.F.”¬† ¬† ¬†Tempranillo ¬†99

Italy-Piedmont-Barolo-2012-Bruna Grimaldi “Camilla”¬† ¬† ¬†Nebbiolo ¬†95

France-Loire Valley-Saumur Champigny-2012-Chateau Yvonne     Cabernet Franc  76

Granite 

France-Beaujolais-Fleurie-2014-Domaine Chaintreuil “La Madone”¬† ¬†Gamay ¬†50 ¬†11

France-Beaujolais-Fleurie-2015-Domaine de la Grand’Cour “Cuv√©e Vieilles Vignes Les Clos”¬† Gamay 86

Slate

Spain-Bierzo-2014-Vi√Īa Broco¬† ¬† ¬†Menc√≠a ¬†45 ¬†10

Volcanic

Oregon-Willamette Valley-Eola Amity Hills-2013-Evesham Wood     Pinot Noir  60  13

Italy-Campania-2014-Campi Flegrei-La Sibilla     Piedirosso  45  10

California-Napa Valley-2013-Turnbull     Cabernet Sauvignon  99

ROS√Č

Alluvial 

Slovenia-҆tajerska 2015-Pullus¬† ¬† ¬†Pinot Grigio ¬†40¬† 9

California-Napa Valley-2015-Matthiasson Family Vineyards     Grenache Blend  60

Spain-Ribera del Duero-2014-Prado Rey     Tempranillo and Merlot  45

Granite

California-Clear Lake-2014-Arnot Roberts “Luchsinger Vineyard”¬† ¬† ¬†Touriga Nacional ¬†58

WHITE

Alluvial 

Virginia-2015-Barboursville Vineyards     Pinot Grigio  40  9

California-Sonoma Coast-2014-Failla Wines     Chardonnay  70  15

California-Santa Maria Valley-2014-Chanin Wine Co. “Bien Nacido Vineyard”¬† ¬† ¬†Chardonnay ¬†94

California-Russian River Valley-2014-Arbe Garbe  Tocai Friulano, Malvasia, Ribolla Gialla  82

Limestone

France-Languedoc-2015-Guilhem Durand “Charisse”¬† ¬† ¬†Picpoul de Pinet Blanc ¬†40

France-Loire Valley-Sancerre-2015-Domaine¬†Francois¬†Millet “Bu√©”¬† ¬† ¬†Sauvignon Blanc ¬†60¬†13

France-Burgundy-Chablis-2015-Patrick Piuze “Terroir De Chich√©e”¬† ¬† ¬†Chardonnay ¬†68

Portugal-Lisboa- Vale Da Capucha “Fossil”¬† ¬† ¬†Arinto, Gouveio, Fern√£o Pires ¬†40 ¬†9

France-Burgundy-2012-Bourgogne Blanc-Dupont-Fahn “Chaumes des Perri√®res”¬† ¬† ¬†Chardonnay ¬†86

France-Loire Valley-Vouvray-2014-Domaine Huet “Le Haut-Lieu” Sec¬† ¬† ¬†Chenin Blanc ¬†80

France-Alsace-2012-Domaine Weinbach “Cuv√©e Th√©o”¬† ¬† ¬†Gew√ľrztraminer ¬†87

California-Chalone-2014-Dirty And Rowdy “Antle Vineyard”¬† ¬† ¬†Melon De Bourgogne ¬†75

Granite

France-Alsace-2008-A. Boxler-Grand Cru “Brand” (black and white mica)¬† ¬† Pinot Gris ¬†94

France-Loire Valley-Muscadet S√®vre et Maine-2014-Domaine de L’Ecu “Granite”¬† ¬†Melon de Bourgogne 52

Slate

Germany-Nahe-2013-Gut Hermannsberg Trocken     Riesling  50

Volcanic 

Austria-Kamptal-2014-Schloss Gobelsburg “Steinsetz”¬† ¬† ¬†Gr√ľner Veltliner ¬†60

Italy-Soave Classico-2014-Azienda Agricola Gini     Garganega  45  10

California-Napa Valley-2015-Massican “Annia”¬†Tocai Friulano, Ribolla Gialla, Chardonnay ¬†70 ¬†15

Germany-Nahe-2014-Weingut Hexamer “Porphyr”¬† ¬† ¬†Riesling ¬†55 ¬†12

Alluvial - (clay, silt, sand, gravel) has good water and nutrient retention, translating into a more opulent stye of wine.
Limestone - made primarily from fossilized seashells, possesses the ability to store water for irrigation, which is essential for vine growth and it's alkaline nature encourages high acidity grapes to flourish.
Granite - drains quickly forcing vine roots deep into the earth to find nutrients adding complexity and with high levels of acidity working to minimize the acid levels in the grapes often contributes to an "iron-like" minerality in wine.
Slate - retains heat well allowing wines to be made in climates normally too cold to do so and often gives the wine a "flinty" taste.
Volcanic - has been found to have some of the most nutrient rich soils for vine growth and imparts strong mineral tones.

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