We believe Portugal is currently producing some of the best sparkling wine in the world. With champagne and dim sum becoming a standard Hong Kong pairing, sparkling wines are slowly getting recognition as outstanding food wines, taking you seamlessly from course to course. We happen to be big fans of our sparkling wine list and encourage its consideration as a pairing with our family style cuisine.
CAVA, Castell d’Age, Penedès, Spain N.V.
From three generations of female winemakers, this Champagne method cava is bone dry with ripe orchard fruit, racy citrus, and over twenty months sur lie.
PETILLANT, Avinyó, Penedès, Spain N.V.
A traditional summer wine of the Penedès. Bright, spritzy, with faint brine and citrus notes
ESPUMANTE, Quinta das Bágeiras, Bairrada, Portugal
From legendary winemaker Mário Sérgio Alves Nuno, this sparkling wine is dry and bracingly fresh, with orchard fruits and subtle Bairrada earthiness.
PIERRE BRIGANDAT, Brut Tradition, Champagne, France N.V.
A grower-producer house from the southernmost region of Champagne. Creamy limestone on the nose, with almonds, roast hazelnuts, white fruits and racy minerality
BLANC DE NOIRS RESERVA, Avinyó, Penedès, Spain N.V.
A Catalonian beauty made from 100 % Pinot Noir and marked by red fruit and gentle florals. Produced using Méthode Champénoise.
YAKKOS GRAND RESERVA, Aphros, Vinho Verde, Portugal ‘06
A rare wine on many levels, this dry sparkling red is deep purple in color with a tannic backbone and earthy structure. Shows concentrated black and red fruit, with tobacco and chocolate notes. Only a handful of bottles in the city.
QUINTA DO PORRAIS, Douro, Portugal ‘14
Dry & elegant with lemon, orange, almond & minerals.
RUFO BRANCO, Vale de Maria, Douro, Portugal, ‘14
A vibrant blend of Rabigato and Codega de Larinho grapes. Lightly tropical with white fleshy fruity, electric minerality, and stubtle vegetal notes.
LOUREIRO, Quinta do Ameal, Ponte de Lima, Portugal, ‘15
A brilliant example of Portugal’s indigenous Loureiro. Lime, orange blossom, white peach & bouquet garni.
RAIZ, Tiago Teles, Vinho Verde, Portugal ‘15
A deeply aromatic wine with a rich, unoaked body. A distinctive expression of the Loureiro grape, this wine is a counterpoint to the famed Vinho Verde lightness.
GODELLO, Amizade, Monterrei, Spain ‘14
Crisp salinity & refreshing layers of citrus and minerality from the legendary Gerardo Mendez. A steal of a wine from a renowned producer.
OS XISTOS ALTOS, Muxagat, Douro, Portugal ‘11
100% Rabigato sourced from high elevation schist soil. Elegant & complex with a profile of oyster shell, smoked almonds, juniper & white flowers. Only a handful of bottles.
FOSSIL, Vale de Capucha, Lisboa Portugal ‘13
Produced in limestone and fossil rich soils this crisp and refreshing wine has notes of pear drops, lemon zest and salty hint.
BRANCO, Lagar de Darei, Dão, Portugal ’15
Super fresh and zesty with a deliciously supple body. Clementines and orchard fruit with signature Dão minerality.
ESCOLHA, Quinta do Ameal, Ponte de Lima, Portugal ’13
Hand-selected, low yield Loureiro aged 6 months in French oak. Bright, elegant and herbaceous, rounded by a rich mouth-feel.
ALBARIÑO, Do Ferreiro, Rias Baixas, Spain ‘14
Gerardo Mendez has a reputation built on Albariño. Harmonious citrus, spring flowers and vibrant minerality.
QUINTA DAS BÁGEIRAS, Bairrada, Portugal ‘14
Sprightly and teeming with salinity, this Loire-reminiscent, mineral-forward expression of Maria Gomes and Bical is a natural pairing for seafood.
“ANTONIO”, Casal Figueira, Lisboa, Portugal ‘15
One of Portugal’s most important whites, this is a rare example of the endangered Vital grape. This mountain wine is biodynamically farmed and aged 9 months in French oak. Citrus peel and wild thyme, with underpinnings of honey and minerals.
RUPESTRIS, Celler Pardas, Penedès, Catalunya, Spain ‘13
Indigenous varietals grown on limestone rich soil. Electric & fresh. Pears, apricots & peaches overlayed with vibrant acidity
VINHAS VELHAS BRANCO, Luis Pato, Beiras, Portugal ‘14
A blend of indigenous varietals with Riesling-esque aromas leaping from the glass and a light, cloud-like body. Notes of honeysuckle, hay, white grapefruit and quince.
PRIVATE SELECTION, Lagar de Darei, Dão, Portugal ’12
White Burgundy in Portugal? This indigenous blend of Portuguese varietals, fermented in barrel, displays brilliant, white Burgundy-like texture with hugely expressive aromas. Peach, apricot, nutmeg and candied lemon peel.
QUINTA DA SERRADINHA, Lisboa, Portugal ’14
From one of Portugal’s leading biodymanic wineries. Notes of green apple and olives, a rich mouthfeel and a crisp finish.
ALVARINHO RESERVA, Quinta de Soalheiro, Minho, Portugal ‘12
A full bodied & complex Alvarinho (known in Spain as Albariño). Fermented in French oak, with ripe tropical fruit, lemon curd, roasted nuts & beurre noisette.
CASA DE SAIMA, Bairrada, Portugal ‘15
Fabulously deep color and medium body. Fresh aroma with floral notes of chamomile, roses & watermelon.
MEDEIROS, Alentejano, Portugal ‘15
Cheerful and bright, this southern blend of Touriga Nacional, Syrah, and Aragonez shows floral and strawberry aromas.
PALHETE, Phaunus, Vinho Verde, Portugal ‘15
A completely unique wine by the maker of Aphros, this palhete is made via zero electricity production. An equal blend of the white Loureiro and red Vinhao, it shows soft earthiness with vibrant berries and cracked black pepper. Sort of a rosé… and mostly not.
QUINTA DA SERRADINHA, Lisboa, Portugal ‘10
From one of Portugal’s leading biodymanic wineries, this light-bodied red is a natural, unfiltered wine with herbacious, earthy notes and a red fruit finish.
TINTO, Lagar de Darei, Dão, Portugal, ’12
A blend of Touriga National, Jaen, Tinta Roriz & Alfrocheiro. Medium bodied and elegant with fresh plum, dark sweet cherries, allspice & fennel.
GILDA, Tiago Teles, Bairrada, Portugal ‘15
Juicy, bright spurts of fresh-picked plum & raspberry. Light tannins with spice & subtle tobacco notes.
PADRAO DOS POVOS, Quinta de Arcossó, Trás-os-Montes, Portugal ‘10
Ruby colored with soft red fruit, slate soil coolness, subtle earth tones and a spicy finish. Soft tannins & bright acidity complete this surprising red.
“CANEIRO,” D. Ventura, Ribeira Sacra, Spain ‘12
Great example of Galicia’s indigenous varietal Mencia from 80+ year old vines on slate soils. Stony fruit with creme de cassis undertones, great mineral structure and a tannic backbone.
VINHÃO, Aphros, Vinho Verde, Portugal ‘12
100% Vinhão from the mad genius of Vasco Croft. Notes of cassis, sour cherry and wild raspberries. Mature tannins and brilliant acidity.
CRI ANZA, Mencos, Rioja, Spain ‘09
Old-vine Tempranillo from the Rioja Alta. Plush red & black berries combine with dark, pleasant wood in this modern take on a classic.
TINTO RESERVA, Lagar de Darei, Dão, Portugal ‘12
A full-bodied yet exuberant wine from the granite soils of the Dão. A blend of Touriga Nacional & Tinta Roriz that shows great concentration, with ripe blackcurrant, raspberry, subtle mint & white chocolate notes.
VINHOS VELHAS TINTO, Luis Pato, Beiras, Portugal ‘10
A gutsy Baga from 40 year old vines. Plum, crushed blackberry, cedar, pink peppercorn & vanilla. A signature wine by the modernizer of the Bairrada.
NEGRE FRANC, Celler Pardas, Penedés, Spain, ’10
Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon & Sumoll. Fleshy black fruit, persistent tannins & a long elegant finish.
QUINTA DA PELLADA Dão, Portugal ’11
Elegant blend of indigenous varietals and old vine field grapes; aged in 5-year French oak for 20 months. Full bodied & tightly integrated, with glimpses of cool, foresty earthiness.
*QUINTA VALE D. MARIA, Douro, Portugal ’12 *
The flagship estate wine from a legendary port wine maker, this is a field blend from 65-year-old vines. Rich, bold & concentrated.
house spirits ask your server 7
plum brandy CH “onu” tuica romanesca 9
albarino brandy do ferreiro orujo 9
albarino licoro de herbas do ferreiro 9
amaro CH distillery 12
amaro cynar 8
amaro fernet branca 8
vermouth punt e mes 7
vermouth cocchi di torino 8
vermouth atxa red 7
vermouth atxa white 7
americano cocchi blanc 8
sherry gutierrez colosia fino “elcano” 8
sherry el maestro sierra “amoroso” 7
madeira rare wine co. “charleston” sercial 11
madeira rare wine co. “baltimore” rainwater 11
madeira rare wine co. “boston” bual 11
madeira barbeito 2000 “colheita” 16
port quinta do infantado 10 – year tawny 10
port quinta do infantado white 8
sake tsukasabotan “hana” 8
sake funaguchi (yellow label) 7
shochu mesh & bone 10
shochu mizu lemongrass 12
vodka CH distillery 8
vodka CH center 100 12
baijiu guotai legend 12
baijiu guotai premium light 6
gin letherbee 8
gin hayman’s old tom 8
gin citadelle 7
genever bols 9
tequila lunazul blanco 6
raicilla la venenosa (black label) 15
arrack batavia 8
cachaça ypioca crystal 7
cachaça ypioca ouro 9
rum plantation 5 year reserve 7
rum el dorado 12 year 10
rum ron navazos-palazzi 18
rhum agricole neisson blanc 10
feni spirit of india 10
arakku mesh & bone 10
cognac pierre ferrand 8
cognac navarre 34
bourbon david nicholson 1843 6
bourbon willett rowan’s creek 10
rye rittenhouse 7
rye high west double rye 10
rye dad’s hat 12
single malt paul john “brilliance” 16
single malt paul john “edited” 18
scotch monkey shoulder 11
scotch great king street glasgow 12
scotch benromach 9 yr peat 19
scotch syndicate 58/6 24
rice whisky fukano #299 16
(priced by the ounce)
bourbon willett exploratory cask #1 35
scotch ardbeg “galileo” 1999 38
scotch glenfarclas family cask 1988 42
No parties larger than 6. Reservations are limited. Walk-ins are always welcome.