Drinks Menu

Wines: Tintos (reds)

Homemade Red Sangria
Sangria is a traditional party drink of Spain. Red wine is mixed with citrus fruits, sugar and cinnamon, making it a wonderful and refreshing drink during the hot summer months.
Glass $6.50 / Pitcher $26.00


Oro de Xiloca Garnacha 2010, Vino de la Tieerra. Ribera del Jiloca
One hundred percent Garnacha from old vines planted at elevation and in red clay soils. Bottled without oak. A spicy, forward and versatile wine with a fresh, juicy flavor, very fragrant perfume of earthy minerality and black cherries.
Glass $7.00 / Pitcher $28.00


Montana Crianza 2012. D.O.C. Rioja
Archetypical Rioja Alta composition: 85% Tempranilla, 5% Mazuelo, 5% Graciano and 5% Garnacha, aged 14 months in American oak. It maintains a high level of structure and fruit intensity in a traditional style.
Glass $8.00 / Bottle $32.00


Losada el Pajaro Rojo Mencia 2014. D.O. El Bierzo
From old Mencia vines, this wine undergoes malolactic fermentation in French oak. It is a rich and unctuous Mencia, with a fluency in the mouth that deploys its ripeness, completely covering the palate with caramelized and voluptuous flavors. Fantastic pairing with meats.
Glass $8.50 / Bottle $34.00


Dehesa de la Granja 2008. Vino de la Tierra de Castilla y Leon
One hundred percent Tempranillo. Smooth, ripe and balanced with rich plum and soft texture, rich and long. Smoky overtone.
Glass $9.50 / Bottle $38.00


Vespres 2014. D.O. Montsant
80% Garnacha and 20% Samso (Carignan) from old vines, aged 8 to 1 months in French oak. Deep violet in color. Exotically perfumed scents of red and dark berries, incense, lavender and smoky minerals. Bright, tightly focused cherry and dark berry flavors are lifted by a zesty mineral quality and gain spiciness with air.
Glass $12.00 / Bottle $50.00


Pesquera 2012. D.O. Ribera del Duero
Complex aromatic array of balsam wood, espresso, lavender, incense, exotic spices, and assorted black fruits. Savory, ripe, and flavorful. Bottle $65.00


Wines: Blancos | Cava (whites | sparkling)

Vina Gormaz Verdejo 2014. D.O. Rueda
100% Verdejo. Clean aromas of ripe kiwi and fresh quince carry with intensity over the palate to a dry finish that will prove versatile for first course pairings. Try with shellfish. A medium light wine and bright value for everyday enjoyment!
Glass $6.25 / Bottle $25.00


Camino Roca Altxerri 2014. D.O. Getariako Txacolina
90% Hondurrabi Zuri & Hondurrabi Beltza. 24-40 year old vines from two hectares of estate vineyards located on hilly slopes in the Basque Region. The gentle fizz (as is tradition for Txakoli) is just one of the many charming elements to Roca Altxerri. Bone dry with angular but balanced acidity with a plethora of fruit notes including grapefruit and melon with fresh grass and spring flower notes on the nose.
Glass $8.00 / Bottle $32.00


Morgadio Albarino 2014. D.O. Rias Baixas
A full-bodied, balanced and dry Albarino. Fresh orange, quince, honeysuckle and anise on the nose, with a vibrant mineral overtone. Bitter lemon and pear skin flavors are complicated by a gingery element, with tangy minerality adding lift. Gains weight on the incisive finish while maintaining vivacity and focus, leaving a chalky mineral note behind.
Glass $9.00 / Bottle $38.00


Can Feixes Blanc 2014. D.O. Penedes
Light yellow-gold. Pear, melon and candied ginger on the nose. Spicy, light-bodied and dry, offering vibrant green apple and ginger flavors. Stony and aromatic, reminiscent of a France's Chablis or Rheingau.
Glass $7.00 / Bottle $28.00


Azul y Garanza Viura 2014. Vino de Navarra
100% Viura certified organic and handpicked grapes (you may know as Macabeo, or maybe as the white wine of Rioja). Fresh, dry and delicious, this Viura wine offers lively citrus and pear fruit flavors on a balanced backbone of acidity.
Glass $8.00 / Bottle (1 Liter) $40.00


Mont-Marcal Cava Brut Extremarium. D.O. Cava D.O. Penedes/D.O. Catalunya
The Non-Vintage Brut Extremarium is actually a product of the 2006 vintage. It is made up of Xarel-lo, Parellada, and barrel-fermented Chardonnay. It offers up a sophisticated, Champagne-like mousse leading to a substantial, concentrated, dry, and well balanced sparkling wine.
Bottle $42.00


Beer List

Estrella Damm
This Spanish beer is the jewel in the crown of Damm's century-long beer-brewing experience. Since 1876, numerous generations of master brewers have perfected this lager until it has become a landmark in the world of beers. It stands out for its creamy hops-flavored froth and refreshing taste. $4.25


Bayern Pilsener
German Pilsener style beer brewed by Bayern Brewing, Inc. in Missoula, MT. Plenty of hops - still smooth, incredible light color and still a 5% beer with a wonderful bloom. $4.00


Harvest Moon Beltian White
First brewed by Harvest Moon (Belt, MT) in 1998, this wheat ale is a mild version of a Belgian classic, with perfect amounts of malted barley and malted wheat, hopped with Czechoslovakian Saaz hops, and finished with a touch of coriander and orange peel. $4.00


GTB Sweetgrass
American Pale Ale of distinction! 2009 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal winner, this crisp and fragrant beer is hopped and dry-hopped with plenty of Amarillos and Cascades. Try it with any bold, flavorful food to complement its citrusy, resinous spiciness. $4.00


Alaskan Amber
The brewers' flagship beer is based on a turn-of-the-century recipe that quenched the thirst of miners during the Klondike Gold Rush. Smooth and richly malty, this alt bier goes well with any meal. $4.00


Deschutes Inversion IPA
Inversion's trio of American hops delivers an over-the-top nose with hints of orange and grapefruit. Inversion is then dry-hopped for seven days resulting in an added hoppy kick. To balance the hop character of Inversion, Deschutes' brewers used crystal and caraston malts that weave throughout the beer providing soft, complex caramel flavors. Inversion IPA is smooth and delicious. $4.00


Kettlehouse Cold Smoke
Cold Smoke Scotch Ale earned a silver medal in 2002 and a gold medal in the 2007 NABA brew fest. Formulated with Montana grown 2-row barley, northwest Goldings hops, this hearty ale drinks very smooth. Not bitter at all and not too sweet either. Novice beer drinkers have been know to take a taste and then say, "WOW! That's not what I expected...that's GOOD!" A hint of roasted barley lends a slight coffee-like smoky finish. It packs a 6.5% abv punch. $5.00


Deschutes Black Butte Porter
Dark beer with a slight hop bitterness up front that enhances the distinctive chocolate and roasted finish. It's prized for its creamy mouth feel and intense complex flavors. $4.00


Estrella Damm DauraGluten Free
Daura is the gluten free version of Estrella Damm. Brewed in Barcelona, Spain, this golden lager style beer is crisp and refreshing. It currently holds the title of "best gluten free beer in the world", having won the category three years running at the International Beer Awards in London. They use a special technique developed to remove the gluten and there is less than 6 ppm in the beer. $4.75


Non-alcoholic Beverages

Kaliber Alcohol-Free
A full brewed non-alcoholic lager from the Guinness Brewing Co. in Ireland. Kaliber is made with pure Irish spring water, classic Irish barley, and the finest hops. Lager yeast is used to give the beer its full-bodied flavor, and then the alcohol is removed. Full bodied with well-balanced tones of hops and malt. $4.50


Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Dr. Pepper
20 oz. Bottle $2.50


Pelligrino Sparkling Water
25 oz. Bottle $3.50


Pellegrino Lemon or Orange Soda
11 oz. Can $2.50


Apple and Orange Juice
$2.25


Milk
$2.50


Iced Tea, Hot Tea and Coffee
$2.50



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