Tennessee Pass Wine List

             Fine Wines with a View from the Pines! 

Tennessee Pass Wines are Carefully Chosen to Please Your Palate.




         MAYACAMAS MERLOT |2014| California    |$130|          

The texture of the wine on the palate is notably fine—fresh, bright acidity and gravelly minerality lead to a juicy, mouthwatering finish and complex flavors of pomegranate, black fig, tobacco, and Bing cherry. 


CHÂTEAU LE PUY, “EMILIEN” |2016| Italy    |$120|

The robe is garnet red. The nose is fruity, with ripe red fruit aromas dominated by blackcurrant and redcurrant, accented with roasted almond notes and occasional hints of mushrooms and undergrowth. The palate is well-rounded, full-bodied, and precise, with velvety tannins paving the way for a finish is long and enjoyably complex.



This wine bursts with aromas of sweet red berries, loamy soil, and espresso roast, followed by a medium-bodied, satiny palate with tangy acids and melting tannins. It is already expressive. 



This wine is rigorously traditional, marrying the finesse of Barbaresco with the alluring aromas and flavors of truffle, earth, berries, roses, tar and leather and carrying, most important of all, a backbone of sweet, dusty tannins that give length and breed. 


BEDROCK OLD VINE ZINFANDEL |2016| California     |$65|

From vines averaging 100 years of age across the Sonoma valley, this Old Vine Zinfandel is an explosion of pure, decadent fruit. Floral huckleberry and Chinese five-spice powder aromas open to layered blackberry, dark chocolate and licorice flavors that linger. A zinfandel that will not disappoint.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      


From the Tuscany region, this Rosso was fermented in stainless steel and aged 8 months in Stockinger Slavonian oak casks. This deep red wine, known as a declassified Brunello, has a tart strawberry layer that offers a bright note to your meal.           



This is Elisabetta Foradori’s introduction to Teroldego and the unique terroir and traditions connected to that vine. Full bodied yet graceful, this wine flows with its female roots producing a supple palate with sweet cherry, plum, and raspberry. 


BREA CHARDONNAY |2019| Santa Lucia California     |$60|

Of solid quality with a nice, bright delivery this chardonnay offers aromas of green apples, melons, and citrus creating a crisp refreshing acidity that leaves the palate clean and fresh.          


BREA PINOT NIOR |2017| Santa Lucia California    |$60|  

Ripe mulberry, pomegranate, sage and wild mint aromas emerge from this appellation blend, which is fairly light in the glass. The flavors are bright and airy, with dried                                         cherry and fennel, wrapped in solid acidity.                                             


IULI ‘UMBERTA’ VINO ROSSO |2019| Italy    |$55|

Umberta has soft body and strong and vital personality. Exciting are its fruity aromas, nuances of blackberry, raspberry and wild berries that reveal the surprising complexity of Barbera del Monferrato. The taste is fresh and immediate, with great drinkability and persistent fruit.




The Hoodoo vineyard, sitting at the mouth of De Beque Canyon, is blanketed with cool winds at night draining from the headwaters of the Colorado River Basin. Aromatics laden with orange blossom and young pineapple are evolving quietly to marzipan, cut hay and amaretto.


FORTUNE CABERNET SAUVIGNON |2017| California   |$15|    |$55|

Fresh nose of black cherry, vanilla and touches of mocha. The palate is full bodied with pure notes of cherry, red berry intermingled with caramel and hints of blackberry.    


CASINA DI CORNIA SANGIOVESE CHIANTI |2016| Italy    |$12|   |$45| 

Initial noses of cherry and prunes, with hints of spice and light violet. Full fresh and fruity flavors pair well with its slight tannins.  It is a wine with a marked character.                 


ALLAMAND ALTAMIRA MALBEC |2013|Argentina   |$12|    |$45| 

Rich, full and smooth. Grown at altitudes of 8,200 feet in the Valle de Uco, Argentina, this Malbec offers a fertile earthy flavor with tobacco depth and graceful notes of lavender and toasted coconut.


STAFFORD HILLS PINOT NOIR |2017| Oregon    |$12|  |$45| 

Organically farmed, this pinot noir presents red cherry, cinnamon, and clove aromas, with a hint of earthiness.


LE PASSAGE COTES DU RHONE |2016| France   |$12|   |$45| 

The Cave de Serignan vineyard in Rhone Valley is surrounded by forest with a balanced soil that results in great acidity and freshness. Fermented in stainless steel, this Cotes du Rhone offers notes of sweet strawberry and tart cherry.


FABLE CABERNET SAUVIGNON |2016| California   |$11|    |$40|

The nose is bursting with blueberry, cocoa, leather, and cinnamon. The structure is lush and full of soft tannins. The wine finishes with cedar cigar box, vanilla spice, and ripe red cherries. 

BLUE QUAIL SAUVIGNON BLANC |2019| California    |$10|   |$35|

Bright a refreshing unoaked style, with fruit forward notes of peach and nectarine. The fruit upfront is balanced by a crisp acidity that sings off the palette. Zippy green apple, tart citrus, flint, and smoke on the nose.


TERRALPEN NAVARRA GARANACHA |2019| Spain     |$10|     |$35|

Ruby red in the glass, the Garnacha displays an abundance of red fruit on the nose, touched with a hint of Tellicherry peppercorn. This easy-drinking red washes over the palate with those same juicy red fruits while the extremely well-integrated tannins allow for a supple mouthfeel.