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Libations

Ward’s Bridge Inn offers a varied and extensive wine and beer list. Check out our list of selections, including the finest variety of local and imported spirits, which can be paired with many of our delicious dishes to complete a perfect meal. Ask our knowledgeable service staff for direction.

 

Sparkling Wines & Champagnes

Prosecco, Casa Vinicola Zonin – Veneto, Italy

Delicate bubbles, fruity and aromatic bouquet with hints of wisteria flowers and apples. Very well balanced.

Glass $10~

Sparkling Brut Rose, Casa Vinicola Zonin – Veneto, Italy

Lightly colored with a seductively delicate perlage. Soft and smooth with floral notes and a hint of almond.

Glass $10~

Champagne Brut “Yellow Label”, Veuve Clicquot – Champagne, France

Smokey toasted nut is woven with baked apple, lemon meringue and fennel seed flavors. Refined, creamy mousse.

$70~

Champagne, Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rose 750ml – Champagne, France

Blended from 90% red grapes with a bit of Chardonnay, this wine explodes with vivid aromas and flavors of raspberry, strawberry and red currants.

$82~

Champagne, Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rose 375ml – Champagne, France

Blended from 90% red grapes with a bit of Chardonnay, this wine explodes with vivid aromas and flavors of raspberry, strawberry and re currants.

$50~

White Wines

Pinot Grigio, Gallo Family Vineyards – California

Glass $8~

Chardonnay, Gallo Family Vineyards – California

Glass $8~

Chardonnay, Hess Select – Monterey, California

Cream and tropical notes to the ripe pear, apple compote and dried apricot.

$38~

Sauvignon Blanc, Seeker – New Zealand

Medium-bodied with a pleasant, silky texture and citrus aromas and flavors. Long, mouthwatering finish.

Glass $11~/ $38~

Chardonnay, Sea Sun – California

Aromas and flavors of ripe citrus and stonefruit, balanced with subtle oak, and a creamy texture to finish.

Glass $12~ / $42~

Chardonnay, Groth – Napa Valley, California

Shows great linearity, building layer upon layer of interest and richness while remaining focused and crisp,

$48~

Bordeaux Blanc, Chateau Reuilles – France

Perky gooseberries and lychee flavours on the palate with a refreshing acidity and good length on the finish.

$32~

Chardonnay, Jordan Vineyards “Russian River” – Sonoma, California

Spicy nutmeg meets a reckoning of lemon zest and grapefruit in this light, bright, elegant wine that is subtle in oak. Ripe pear, medium-bodied and plenty of juiciness and structure.

$52~

Sauvignon Blanc, Joseph Phelps – Napa Valley, California

Opens with aromatic orange blossoms, freshly zested lemon peel, Honeycrisp apple and focused minerality.

$74~

Sauvignon Blanc, Charles Krug – Napa, California

Bright, crisp acidity with grapefruit, passion fruit and lime aromatics.

$38~

Sauvignon Blanc, Sterling Vineyards – Napa Valley, California

Accented by lime peel and lemon meringue, with pink grapefruit and citrus flavors.

$38~

Sauvignon Blanc, Duckhorn Vineyards – Napa Valley, California

Restrained and elegant, with pear and apple flavors that feature a light, juicy quality and highlights of lime zest.

$50~

Moscato, Mirassou – California

Light floral and fresh fruit aromas before segueing into a palate of sweet peach, ripe pineapple and refreshing citrus.

$32~

Riesling, Clean Slate – Germany

Flavors of ripe fruits, aromatic apples and peaches. Well structured with mouthwatering fruits and minerals. Just the right touch of sweetness.

Glass $10~ / $38~

Grillo, Feudo Maccari – Sicily, Italy

Intriguing and intense floral aromas, with notes of citrus, peach, almonds and sweet grass. Quite full in the mouth, the wine has rich flavors with depth, balance and freshness.

$30~

Pinot Grigio, Ca’ Bolani– Friuli, Italy

Fruity aromas of apple, apricot and pear. Medium-bodied, with refreshing fruit, distinct character and balance.

Glass $11~ / $38~

Lugana Le Creet, Ottella – Veneto, Italy

Rich, unfaltering and well balanced for a truly satisfactory palate. Obstinate, mineral wine with a superb pulp.

$48~

Blush Wines

White Zinfandel, Gallo Family Vineyards – California

Glass $8~

White Zinfandel, Buehler – Napa Valley, California

Using ripe fruits, this wine has flavors of wildberries and strawberries.

$26~

Rose, Conundrum – California

Bright and fresh with notes of strawberries and ripe peaches.

$38~

Red Wines

Cabernet Sauvignon, Gallo Family Vineyards – California

Glass $8~

Cabernet Sauvignon, BR Cohn “Silver” – North Coast, California

A rich palate of dark fruit flavors, with subtle hints of toasted oak and caramel.

Glass $12~ / $42~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Louis M. Martini – Sonoma County, California

Ripe flavors of black currant and black plum accented by notes of caramelized oak and baking spice. Round and plush mouth feel, firm structure and fruit-focused finish.

$42~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Provenance Vineyards – Napa Valley, California

Loads of crème de cassis and smoky barbeque notes, deep black currant, black cherries, loamy soil, nice spice and a layered, full-throttle mouthfeel. Acids give the wine energy, yet there’s a long finish and impressive purity.

$72~

Merlot, Gallo Family Vineyards – California

Glass $8~

Merlot, Emmolo – Napa Valley, California

From the Wagner family, owners of Caymus. Bright and fruity style of merlot with blueberry and blackberry, silky tannins and a bright finish. Fresh and clean.

$70~

Pinot Noir, Chateau St. Jean – California

Bright red fruit aromas of Bing cherry and cranberry with subtle, yet complex notes of exotic spice. The fruit shifts toward a deep, strawberry-rhubarb jam that fans out a smooth and velvety texture.

Glass $11~ / $38~

Pinot Noir, Resonance by Jadot – Willamette, Oregon

Tannins are present and fine, while the acidity brings a nice freshness, particularly long.

$52~

Super Tuscan, Sette Ponte “Crognolo” 2016 – Tuscany, Italy

Bright, bursting with black cherry, plum, leather, menthol and spice flavors.

$62~

Pinot Noir, Migration “Russian River” – Sonoma, California

Displays impressive volume, with abundant cherry pie and strawberry flavors, and a note of spiced orange peel, framed by a touch of sweet and toasty new French oak.

$64~

Pinot Noir, Patz & Hall – Sonoma Coast, California

Intense and flavorful, with earth-scented anise and red berry themes built on fine grained tannins that impart structure, focus and persistence.

$72~

Malbec, King – Mendoza, Argentina

Aromas of ripe red fruits, cassis and pepper. Sweet on the palate, friendly tannins with spicy flavors.

Glass $10~ / $36~

Shiraz, 19 Crimes – South Eastern Australia

A big bold high intensity wine with black licorice and blueberry flavors. There are some vanilla and chocolate notes from the time spent in oak and some tannins on the finish.

$34~

St. Estephe, Chateau De Pez – Bordeaux, France

It is firm, with powerful tannins which are balanced with equally rich fruit.

$68~

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Umani Ronchi “Podere” – Abruzzo, Italy

Ruby red color with violet tints, delicate aromas of plum and Morello cherry, robust and full-bodied in the mouth, slightly tannin-rich with a dry and flavorful finish.

Glass $10~ / $36~

Chianti Classico Riserva, Castello d’Albola – Tuscany, Italy

Bursting with strawberry, red berries and notes of sage, spice cake and subtle earth.

$48~

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Boscarelli – Tuscany, Italy

A brilliant balance between the cherry, currant and floral side of Sangiovese and its earth, leather and tobacco elements gives this wine great appeal.

$62~

Rioja, Ramon Cardova – Rioja, Spain

Opaque purple color, aromas of melted chocolate, roasted meats, jammy black fruits and spice.

$40~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Justin – Paso Robles, California

Bright with a medium ruby cord and aromas of red and black cherry, cinnamon, cocoa , cedar and flowers.

$32~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap – Napa Valley, California

Dark plum, blackberry and vanilla aromas continue through on the palate with beautiful dark berry and cassis.

$45~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Duckhorn – Napa Valley, California

Fruit flavors are underscored by bright acidity, firm polished tannins, and notes of fig, licorice and cinnamon.

$48~

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Zenato – Veneto, Italy

Rich and plush-textured with luscious blackberry, dried fruit and chocolate flavors.

$48~

Brunello di Montalcino, Banfi – Tuscany, Italy

Hints of plum, ripe cherry and red fruits, well integrated with notes of licorice and tobacco.

$49~

Campaccio, Terrabianca – Tuscany, Italy

Powerful cocoa, toasted almonds, a perfectly balanced structure, concentration and freshness on the palate.

$28~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus – Napa Valley, California ~ Magnum (1.5 Liter)

Offer a wide array of aromas and flavors including cocoa, cassis and vanilla.

$275~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Chimney Rock – Napa Valley, California ~ Magnum (1.5 Liter)

Pronounced fruit, a silky texture and ripe, well-balanced tannins.

$260~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Groth – Napa Valley, California ~ Magnum (1.5 Liter)

Red cherry and cassis that are complemented by a cradling of vanilla oak.

$225~

Eisrebe, Joseph Phelps – Napa Valley, California (375ml)

Balanced acidity, opulent texture showcasing fresh peach, lemon verbena, honey and vanilla crème brulee characteristics.

$54~

Moscadello di Montalcino, Banfi “Florus”- Tuscany Italy (500ml)

Round, full and extremely perfumed with a hint of acidity that gives balance in the mouth.

$40~

Vidal Icewine, Pondview Estate – Niagara, Canada (375ml)

Intense aromas of apricot, honey and tropical fruit with similar flavours echoed on the palate.

$52~

Brunello di Montalcino, Castiglione del Bosco 2012 – Tuscany, Italy

Layers of well-delineated fruit follow, supported by silky, elegant tannins.

$96~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus 2017 – Napa Valley, California

Layered, lush aromas and flavors, including cocoa, cassis, and ripe dark berries.

$140~

Brunello di Montalcino, Caparzo 2013, Caymus – Tuscany, Italy

Long and dense in structure, with a tobacco- and underbrush-tinged finish.

$120~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Duck Horn 2016 – Napa Valley, California

Layers of blackberry, huckleberry and black currants are supported by firm, dusty tannins that frame the fruit.

$110~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Heitz “Trailside Vineyard” 2013 – Napa Valley, California

French vanilla, toasted nuts and baking spice characteristics give an elegant lift to the ripe fruit notes.

$140~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Jordan 2014- Napa, California

A smooth and tangy Bordeaux style wine with lively plum and berry fruit, medium-bodied and elegant.

$105~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Nickel & Nickel “John C. Sullenger” 2014 – Napa Valley, California

Earthy edge with black-truffle, blackberry and cassis aromas leading to a plush and powerful palate.

$165~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap 2015 – Napa, California

Blackberry, cherry and dark plum flavors alongside nuances of lifted violet, sweet cinnamon and clove spice.

$95~

Reserve Red Blend, Joseph Phelps “Insignia” 2013- Napa Valley, California

Black cherry, plum and espresso on the palate, leathery finish with medium tannins.

$325~

Merlot, Duckhorn “Three Palms” 2014/2015 – Napa Valley, California

Wine Spectator #1 of the Year 2017. Powerful with concentrated flavors of red plum, cherry and boysenberry that are layered with plenty of rich spice and mineral accents.

$275~

Pinot Noir, Belle Glos “Clark & Telephone” 2017 – Santa Barbara County, California

Broad, rich, plush array of flavors, with extracted blackberry, mocha and black tea notes. A potent Pinot that mimics Syrah, pushing to the edge of power and dimension without collapsing under its own weight.

$88~

Super Tuscan, Barone Ricasoli “Casalferro” 2015 – Tuscany, Italy

Very juicy with good pressure and fresh, crunchy fruit, enveloping berry spice, long and dense in the finish.

$110~

Reserve Red Blend, Opus One 2014 – Napa Valley, California

Aromas of crushed black and red currants, black cherries and mulberries. Medium-bodied with an energetic line lifting the red and black fruits, it has a bold frame of grainy tannins and a very long, earth and spice-layered finish.

$395~

Chateauneuf du Pape, Chateau de Beaucastel 2016 – Rhone, France

Elegant, rich and round bouquet. Figs, cherries, black currants and stewed fruit, all with great acidity. The tannins are very delicate.

$125~

Barolo, Pio Cesare 2014 – Piedmont, Italy

Dark fruit with black cherry and cassis. Tarry notes of licorice and light spice. Delineated and focused. Delicate and complex.

$110~

Red Blend, Robert Mondavi “Maestro” 2014 – Napa Valley, California

Dark, juicy plum and cassis fruit linger on a palate full of vibrant flavor and plush tannins.

$90~

Red Blend, Orin Swift “Papillon” 2016 – Napa Valley, California

Full-bodied, rich, opulent and spicy in the mouth, it has a velvety texture and seamless freshness.

$105~

Brunello di Montalcino, Frattoria del Barbi 2010 – Tuscany, Italy

Dried fruit, cigar box, crushed mineral, plum, tar and cola. Brimming with energy. Well integrated oak gives softness and velvety spice.

$82~

Brunello di Montalcino, Il Poggione 2010 – Tuscany, Italy

Rich, with excellent density, ripe cherry and plum fruit, and a well-integrated structure. Licorice, earth and tobacco notes add depth. A long, tobacco- and mineral-tinged finish. Shows balance and grip.

$110~

Brunello di Montalcino Riserva, Il Poggione “Vigna Paganelli” 2010, – Tuscany, Italy

Red fruit, leather and spice aromas. Persistent, balanced flavor, with a long seductive finish.

$165~

Super Tuscan, Antinori “Tignanello” 2013 – Tuscany, Italy

Enviable structure, harmony, elegance. Soft tannins and balanced fruit.

$210~

Red Blend, The Prisoner – Napa Valley, California

Soft and velvety palate of anise, dark cocoa powder and roasted sage lead into a dense finish with luscious tannins.

$82~

Cabernet Sauvignon, Heitz 2014 – Napa Valley, California

Red plums, and black currants and a smooth, fine and juicy feel to the finish.

$90~