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Wine List

WHITE WINES  

Grüner Veltliner, Ruttenstock |7/28|
(Niederösterreich, Austria) similar to Sauvignon Blanc ~ green apple, apricot, lime zest, white pepper, dry (1 liter bottle)

*Sauvignon Blanc, Spy Valley |8/28|
(Marlborough, New Zealand) ruby grapefruit, passionfruit, green apple, green tea

*Pinot Gris, Big Fire |9/32|
(Willamette Valley, Oregon) baked pear, lemon curd, key lime pie, honey

*Chardonnay, De Forville |10/35|
(Piemonte, Italy) lemon zest, golden apple, fresh herbs, mineral, wildflower

SPARKLING, ROSÉ & DESSERT WINE  

*Prosecco, Boca Barrel |7/25|
(Veneto, Italy) crisp and light with lemon zest and green apple  ~ on draft

*Sparkling Pinot Noir Rosé, Hillinger Secco |9/32|
(Burgenland, Austria) strawberry, creamy, lovely perlage, dry

Rosé, Blenheim |9/32| 
(Charlottesville, Virginia) watermelon, strawberry, refreshing provence-style ~ on draft

Rosé, King Family Crosé Rosé |12/42| 
(Crozet, Virginia) cherry, peach, watermelon, grapefruit, rose petal

Beerenauslese, Heinz Eifel |8/*|
(Rheinhessen, Germany) honeysuckle, golden raisin, caramelized peach, quince jam (late harvest dessert wine – 4oz pour)

RED WINES  

*Blaufränkisch, Evolúcio |7/25|
(Burgenland, Austria) similar to pinot noir ~ blueberry, earthy, spice, medium bodied

Shiraz-Tempranillo, Pikes “Los Compañeros” |8/28|
(Clare Valley, Australia) bright plum, red fruit, chocolate, leather, dried herb, spice, stony minerality

*Malbec, Zuccardi “Serie A” |8/28|
(Uco Valley, Argentina) cherry, dark berry, black pepper, tobacco

*Red Blend, Haut Espoir “Gentle Giant” |9/32|
(Franschhoek, South Africa) merlot, petit verdot, cabernet sauvignon ~ wild cherry, blueberry, tobacco, warm spice, white pepper

*Lagrein, Kaltern |10/35|
(Alto Adige, Italy) similar to cabernet sauvignon /syrah ~ cherry, ripe plum, smoke, vanilla, chocolate, coffee, full bodied

*Pinot Noir, Nals Margreid “Angra” |10/35|
(Alto Adige, Italy) strawberry, ripe cherry, violet, baking spice

*Indicates wines that are organic, biodynamic, or go above and beyond in their dedication to sustainability.

At Kardinal Hall, we focus on the varietals & wines from small producers in the countries of the Alps & High Altitude Regions of the world, as those are best suited for many of our dishes, and Beer Garden enjoyment! ~Prost~

Cocktails

HERBIE
vodka, st. germain, grapefruit, lemon, sage syrup 12

SPICY MAMA
tequila, aperol, grapefruit, lime, jalapeño syrup 12

PARALLEL UNIVERSE
the botanist gin, st. germain, lime, ginger beer 14

OF CRIME & PASSIONS
aged rum, montenegro, lime, passionfruit, house hop bitters, egg white 13

APEROL THIS THYME 
beefeater, aperol, lemon, simple syrup, thyme 12

RANCH WATER
el jimador tequila, topo chico, lime 13

CHRISTMAS IN JAMAICA
jamaican rum, mezcal, ginger-honey syrup, cinnamon, muddled orange 14

SEASON’S GREETINGS
rittenhouse rye, pinot noir-cranberry compote, lime, simple, white peppercorn, rosemary 13

MULLED WINE
lagrein red wine, honey simple, cinnamon, clove, star anise, apple jack brandy, siced orange

Kardinal Hall features a full bar with a wide array of liquors, cordials, and cocktails. The cocktails above are our speciality, featured cocktails, but please ask if there’s another delicious cocktail you’re hoping we can make, because we likely can!

Mocktails

SAGE ADVICE 
pear, sage, grapefruit, lime, blood orange, simple 9

 

 

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