Cary Beverage Menu

Chardonay

100 Searidge, California ’17 5.75/21

101 Bespoke, Paso Robles ’15 7.50 28

102 William Hill, Central Coast ’13 7.75/29

103 Louis Latour “Chameroy,” Macon-Villages ’13 8.00/30

104 Kendall Jackson “Vintner’s Reserve,” California ’15 8.00/30

105 Ferrari-Carano, Sonoma ’15 10.50/40

106 Louis Jadot Pouilly Fuisse, Burgundy ’15 42

107 Bouchaine, Carneros ’14 48

108 Jordan, Sonoma ’14 52

109 Leflaive Chassagne-Montrachet, Burgundy ’14 67

110 Grgich Hills, Napa ’13 74

SAUVIGNON BLANC

150 Simmonet-Febvre, St. Bris, France ’15 7.50/28

151 Whitehaven, Marlborough NZ ’16 7.75/29

152 Frog’s Leap, Napa ’16 34

153 Chateau de Sancerre, Loire Valley ’15 38

154 Trinchero “Mary’s Vineyard,”Napa ’16 11.00 /42

White Varietals

200 Rosé, Laurent Miquel “Pere et Fils,” France ’16 6.25/23

201 Albariño, Martin Codax, Rias Baixas, Spain ’16 6.00/22

202 Chenin Blanc, Marc Bredif Vouvray, Loire Valley ’16 8.50/32

203 “Evolution,” Sokol Blosser, Oregon NV 8.50/32

204 Grüner Veltliner, Pfaffl “Pepper,” Austria ’15 8.00/30

205 Moscato d’Asti, Umberto Fiore, Italy ’16 7.00/26

206 Pinot Blanc, Hugel, Alsace ’14 30

207 Pinot Grigio, Childress Vineyards, Yadkin Valley ’16 7.50/28

208 Pinot Grigio, Bespoke, Central Coast ’15 7.50/28

209 Pinot Grigio, Maso Canali, Italy ’16 8.00/30

210 Riesling, Shelton, Yadkin Valley ’16 7.00/26

211 Riesling, Pacific Rim, Columbia Valley ’17 8.00/30

212 Torrontés, Alamos, Salta Argentina ’16 5.50/20

Sparkling

250 Kenwood Brut, Sonoma split 7.00/26

251 Zardetto Prosecco Brut, Italy split 7.50/28

252 Mumm Cuvée Brut, Napa MV 36

253 Domaine Carneros “Tattinger Brut,” France MV 39

254 Childress Vineyards, “Victory Cuvee,” Yadkin Valley MV 40

255 Perrier Jöuet Grand Brut, France MV 49

256 Moët & Chandon, “Imperial Reserve,” France MV 75

257 Veuve Clicquot Brut “Yellow Label,” France MV half 46/86

Wine Flights

Four wines, 2 oz. each, that share a common theme

Q-W BESPOKE WINES
We selected and blended wines of true varietal character from barrel samples and had them bottled for you, our guests. We think that these “custom made” (bespoke) wines are true to their type and that they are a good value. Finding these, and all of the wines on our lists, is a delightful part of our jobs. (You’ll see sketches by QW Artist in Residence, Chip Holton of some of QW’s leadership team on the labels!) We hope and believe that you’ll enjoy these wines as much as we do.

Chardonnay, Bespoke, Paso Robles ’15
Pinot Grigio, Bespoke, Central Coast ’15
Pinot Noir, Bespoke, Edna Valley ’11
Cabernet Sauvignon, Bespoke, Paso Robles ’14

11.00

HOMEGROWN

Experience North Carolina wines along with locally sourced ingredients. We are excited about some new selections that have come our way from around our home state. The Flight Series white is the first bi-coastal wine of its type we are aware of. An off-dry fusion of Riesling from Yadkin Valley and Kerner (an aromatic white grape) from California. Childress Pinot Grigio is a bright, refreshing style. The Raylen “Carolinius,” a bold combination of Syrah, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot with a rich, smooth palate. The “Jolotage” consisting of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon & Sangiovese is an homage from Jolo Vineyards to the California term “Meritage” denoting a blend of distinction.

Shelton Vineyards, Riesling, Yadkin Valley ’15
Childress Vineyards, Pinot Grigio, Yadkin Valley ’15
“Carolinius,” Raylen, Yadkin Valley ’14
“Jolotage,” Jolo Vineyards, Yadkin Valley ’15

11.00

ACROSS THE POND

These new additions from France are great pairings with several of our dishes. Fried catfish, collard greens and other soulful Southern fare are often balanced best with wines that display less oak influence, crisp acidity and earthy minerality. The Simmonet-Febvre Sauvignon Blanc displays lively aromas of citrus fruit while the Latour Macon-Villages is pure Chardonnay, full-bodied without any oak influence. The Domaine Laurent Miquel Syrah is full-bodied yet elegant with black cherry flavors and a peppery note. Enjoy an unoaked Cabernet Sauvignon from Bordeaux that is fresh while exhibiting the classic blackcurrant notes and elegance characteristic of the region.

Simmonet-Febvre, Sauvignon Blanc, St. Bris ’14
Louis Latour “Chameroy,” Chardonnay,Macon-Villages ’14
Domaine Laurent Miquel, Syrah, Languedoc ’14
Château Gabaron, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux ’14

12.00

Red Blends

300 “Crimson,” Stephen Vincent, Paso Robles ’13 6.00/22

301 Apothic “Red,” California ’15 6.25/23

302 Rhône, Jaboulet “Parallele 45,” France ’14 6.50/24

303 Raylen “Carolinius,” Yadkin Valley ’15 7.00/26

304 Super Tuscan, Brancaia “TRE,” Toscana ’14 9.75 37

305 “Jolotage,” Jolo Vineyards, Yadkin Valley ’15 10.00/38

306 Estancia Meritage, Paso Robles ’13 45

307 “Magnificat,” Franciscan, Napa ’14 78

Red Varietals

350 Barbera, Montevina, Amador ’13 7.75/29

351 Malbec, Don Gascon, Argentina ’15 6.00/22

352 Petite Sirah, Terra d’Oro, Amador ’14 9.00/34

353 Petite Sirah, Girard, Napa ’13 44

354 Sangiovese, Da Vinci Chianti, Italy ’15 6.75 25

355 SangioveseRuffino Classico Riserva “Tan Label,” ’13 40

356 Syrah, Domaine Laurent Miquel, Languedoc ’15 8.50/32

357 Tempranillo, Campo Viejo Reserva ’12 7.50/28

358 Zinfandel, Rancho Zabaco, Sonoma ’14 6.25/23

359 Zinfandel, Edmeades, Mendocino ’13 8.50/32

PINOT NOIR

400 Hob Nob, France ’14 7.25/27

401 Bespoke, Edna Valley ’14 9.25/35

402 MacMurray Ranch, Russian River ’14 10.50/40

403 Bouchaine, Carneros ’12 48

404 Étude, Carneros ’14 62

Merlot

450 Red Rock, California ’14 6.75/25

451 J. Lohr “Los Osos,” Paso Robles ’15 7.75/29

452 Columbia Winery, Columbia Valley ’14 8.25/32

453 Robert Mondavi, Napa ’13 38

454 Duckhorn, Napa ’13 90

Cabernet Sauvignon

500 Searidge, California ’17 5.75/21

501 Château Gabaron, Bordeaux ’16 6.75/25

502 Bespoke, Paso Robles ’14 7.75/29

503 Louis Martini, California ’14 8.00/30

504 J. Lohr “Seven Oaks,” Paso Robles, ’15 8.25/31

505 Black Stallion, Napa ’13 10.00/38

506 Franciscan,Napa ’13 39

507 Mt. Veeder, Napa ’13 64

508 Arrowood, Sonoma ’12 74

509 Silver Oak, Alexander Valley ’12 95

510 Caymus, Napa ’14 100

504 J. Lohr “Seven Oaks,” PasoRobles, ’13 8.25/31

505 Black Stallion, Napa ’13 10.00/38

506 Franciscan, Napa ’14 39

507 Mt. Veeder, Napa ’14 64

508 Arrowood, Sonoma ’13 74

509 Silver Oak, Alexander Valley ’12 95

510 Caymus, Napa ’14 100

Bespoke Cocktails

Proudly made with local ingredients

Dogwoods in Bloom
Cardinal Gin, St. Germain, Elderflower Liqueur, grapefruit juice,
soda; rocks
9.00

Kinston Collins
Mother Earth Gin, lemon juice, simple syrup, soda; rocks
9.00

Lucky Negroni
TOPO Gin, Beebop Liqueur, Cocchi Vermouth Di Torino; up
10.00

Pleasant Bee
Cathead Honeysuckle Vodka, The Pleasant Bee Honey Syrup, mint, lemonade; rocks
10.00

Red Sky at Night
TOPO Vodka, PAMA Pomegranate Liqueur, Chambord; up
9.00

Comrade Quinn
TOPO Vodka, Quinnger Ginger Beer; rocks
9.00

Voodoo Mary
Fair Game’s The Flying Pepper, tobago pepper vodka, housemade Bloody Mary mix, Voodoo sauce; rocks
8.00

Social Fig
Social House Vodka, dry vermouth, Crude Sycophant Bitters; up
10.00

New Old Fashioned
TOPO Eight Oak Whiskey, Domaine de Canton, cherry and orange bitters, gomme syrup; rocks
10.00

Carolina Nail
Defiant Whisky, Krupnikas Honey Liqueur, lemon twist; rocks
10.00

Spring Old Fashioned
Blonde Whiskey, rosemary-lemon simple syrup, Crude Bitterless Marriage Bitters,
rosemary sprig; rocks
10.00

Blackbeard’s Gold
Carolina Coast Spiced Rum, Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Krupnikas Honey Liqueur orange juice, pineapple juice; Mason jar
9.00

Darker and Stormier
Gosling’s Black Seal Rum, Domaine de Canton, Angostura bitters, Blenheim “Hot” ginger ale; rocks
9.00

Jabberwocky
El Jimador Blanco Tequila, triple sec, Jabberwock Liqueur, sour mix,
salt rim; rocks
10.00

Once in a Blue Moon
Copper Barrel Blueberry Moonshine, Lemoncello, lemonade, lemon twist; up
10.00

Scuppernong Spritz
Fair Game Scuppernong Tipper, soda, rosemary sprig; up
7.00

Hard Ciders

Foggy Ridge First Fruit (VA) 6.50/25.00

Foggy Ridge Sweet Stayman (VA) 6.50/25.00

McRitchie (NC) 6.50/25.00

Draft Beer

We have eight taps, all serving North Carolina craft beer
pint 5.00

Red Oak, their flagship beer,
brewed in Whitsett, NC

Carolina Pale Ale,
the pride of Holly Springs, NC

Big Boss Brewing’s Bad Penny Brown Ale,
session-able, from Raleigh, NC

We always have a Stout (dark and roasted),
an India Pale Ale (bitter and bright) and
a Wheat (smooth and light), ask us what is on tap today.

Our Seasonals (we have two) change on a whim

Bottled Beer

Arranged from lightest to heaviest with place of origin in parenthesis, we’d love to suggest something for you

 

CIDER
Bold Rock Carolina Draft Hard Cider
(NC) 5.00

LAGER

O’Doul’s (non-alcoholic) 3.50

Michelob Ultra 3.50

Coors Light 3.50

Corona Extra 4.00

Miller Lite 3.50

Bud Light 3.50

Stella Artois (Belgium) 4.00

Heineken (Holland) 4.00

Foothills Torch Pilsner (NC) 4.50

Budweiser 3.50

Yuengling (PA) 3.50

Samuel Adams 4.00

 ALES

Blue Moon Belgian White (CO) 4.00

Carolina Blonde (NC) 4.00

Big Boss Angry Angel Ale (NC) 4.50

Omission Pale Ale (gluten-free) (OR) 4.50

New Belgium Fat Tire Ale (CO) 4.00

Brüprint Edinbrüe Scottish Ale (NC) 4.50

Highland Gaelic Ale (NC) 4.00

Big Boss Hell’s Belle Belgian Golden (NC) 4.00

Chimay Red (Belgium) 8.00

Southern Pines Man of Law IPA (NC) can 4.50

Mother Earth Sisters of the Moon IPA (NC) 4.50

Dogfish Head “60 Minutes” IPA (DE) 4.00

Dale’s Pale Ale (NC) 4.00

Foothills Hoppyum (NC) 4.50

Lagunitas IPA(CA) 4.50

Bell’s Two Hearted Ale (MI) 4.50

Foothills Seeing Double IPA(NC) 22oz 9.00

Deep River Backwoods Black IPA (NC) 16oz can 5.00

Double Barley Thrilla in Vanilla Porter (NC) 22oz 9.50

Guinness Draft 14.9oz can 4.50

Duck Rabbit Milk Stout (NC) 4.00