Maurice Restaurant

Wine List

House Wines

Glass $6.50, Half Carafe $15.00

Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, White Zinfandel, CabernetSauvignon & Merlot


Small Format Bottles

187 ml (1 glass) 375 ml (2 glasses)

100 Josh Cellars Cardonnay, California (375 ml) — $15

101 Josh Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, California (375 ml) — $15

102 Zolo Malbec, Argentina (375 ml) — $15

103 Maschio Prosecco, Italy (187 ml) — $7



200 Korbel Brut, California — $28

Light and crisp with fine citrus and pear notes.

201 Mionetto Prosecco, Italy — $23

Intense fruity bouquet with a hint of golden apples. It is very dry, fresh, light in body and well balanced.

202 Taittinger Brut la Francoise, Reims, France — $72

Offering a creamy mousse and a pleasing juiciness to the notes of apricot tart, slivered almond, orchard blossom and apple. A true classic.



300 Savignon Blanc, Frog’s Leap, Napa, California — $38

Citrus pee; & hints of stone fruit all underscored by bright minerality.

301 Savignon Blanc, Matua Marlborough, New Zealand — $23

Crisp & aromatic, with grapefruit notes, tropical fruit and cut grass.

302 Chardonnay, Benziger, Sonoma, California — $28

Certified biodynamic, organic and sustainable farming practices. Flavors of apple, pear, citrus and ripe apricot engage the palate, while subtle, creamy hints of butter and meringue unfold.

303 Chardonnay, Sonoma Cutrer Russian River Sonoma, California —$38

Fuji apple, fresh roses, lime, lemon blossom and nectarine complemented with touches of nougat, baking spices and Sonoma- Cutrer’s signature wet stone minerality



400 Pinot Noir, Firesteed, Oregon — $28

Alive with raspberry and dark cherry aromas, Bright fruit, cedar and spice with vanilla bean and blackberries. Elegant.

401 Pinot Noir, Meiomi, California —$35

Expressive boysenberry, blackberry, dark cherry, juicy strawberry, and toasty mocha flavors lend complexity and depth on the palate.

402 Pinot Noir. BR Cohn Silver, North Coast, California — $40

Medium – bodied, rich smooth wine with notes of black cherry, raspberry, and currant.

403 Merlot, Wente “Sandstone”, Central Coast, California — $26

Aromas and flavors of black cherry, blackberry and plum with hints of toasted oak. A smooth mouthfeel.

404 Merlot, Frog’s Leap, Napa, California —$58

Extravagant plum fruit aromas enriched by the lush flavors that Merlot is famous for.

405 Barbera d’Alba, Marchesi di Barolo, “Ruvei”, Piedmonte, Italy — $32

Barbera 85%., Nebbiolo 15% Charming, with hints of woodland berries & appealing vanilla. Lively, full bodied and well-rounded.

406 Malbec, LaMadrid Single Vinyard Reserva, Mendoza, Argentina — $29

To the nose, it is intense with aromas of fresh fruit with some spicy totes such as clove and cinnamon. In the mouth, it is silky with strong persistent tannins.

407 Cabernet Savignon, Joseph Carr Napa, California — $39

Well- Balanced with scents of ripe black currant, dark cherry and ripe plum with a hint of vanilla and cocoa dust. Firm, but aproachable tannin structure accents a balanced and long finish.

408 Cabernet Savignon, Merriam Vineyards, Sonoma, California — $45

Bright red in color with notes of vanilla, blackberry and cherry on the nose. Rich and robust on the palate, soft tannins with essence of chocolate, cassis an red berry.

409 Cabernet Savignon, Imagery, California — $29

Soft smooth  wine with well – integrated oak. Flavors of dark fruit, black cherry, clove and cinnamon are met with cola and vanilla toast in the mid – palate, enhanced with spice, clove and pepper notes.

410 Red Blend, Sned, Sonoma, California — $39

59% Merlot, 33% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Cabernet Franc, 2% Melbec, 2% Petite Verdot. Balanced fruit, concentrated black cherry, red berries & a hint of Earl Gray tea. Soft tannins & bright acid.

411 Cabernet Savignon, Josh Cellars Reserve Bourbob Barrel Aged, California — $39

Big and bold dark fruit flavors of blackberry and boysenberry are complemented by rich vanilla and cinnamon spice. The bourbon be=arrel aging adds richness with a long finish of coconut and black fruit.

412 Barolo, Viberti “Buon Padre” — $66

A complex, full bodied wine that opens with notes of preserved fruit and spices, and is backed by nuances of earth, leather and wild flowers. Unfiltered.

413 Zinfandel, Beran, California — $39

A concentrated, brooding Zinfadel with deep, rich flavors of blackberry, spice, oak and black pepper. Full – bodied with a richly textured mouthfeel, it finishes with an expansive array of additional dark raspberry and plum flavors. MASSIVE!


French Wines


500 Riesling, Hugel, Alsace — $32

Bright and mineral – driven, this snappy Riesling is well – knit, with a subtle mesh of crunchy pear, star fruit, beeswax and lemon zest flavors. Offers a clean, lingering finish.

501Field Blend “Gentil”, Hugel, Alsace — $26

An ancient Alsace tradition that wines assembled from noble grape varieties were called “Gentil”. Hugel “Gentil” allies the suave, spicy flavour of Gewurztraminer, the body of Pinot Gris, the finesse of Riesling, the grapiness of Muscat and the refreshing character of Sylvaner. A truly pretty wine.

502 Pouilly Fuisse, Louis Jadot, Burgundy — $43

Perhaps the most classic of all Chardonnays on the globe. Aromas and flavors of toasted nuts and citrus grace this harmonious, medium – bodied wine.



600 Cotes du Rhone, P. Jaboulet “Parallele 45”, Rhone — $26

60% Grenache, 40% Syrah. Elegant and aromatic, with red fruits blended with spices. Well – structured on rounded tannins, with a final spicy note.

601 Mercurey, Vigerons de Buxy, Burgundy — $39

Raspberry, strawberry and cherry gradually give way to underbrush and spices. Pleasantly round and very firm. This is a powerful, meaty wine.

602 Chateaneuf du Pape, Chateau Beauchene, Rhone — $68

Deep garnet red. Expressive berry fruits are underscored by hints of forest undergrowth, spices and balsamic notes. It has a nice balance between complexity and roundness.

603 Chateau LaRose Trintaudon Medoc, Bordeaux — $48

60% Cabernet, 40% Merlot. Deep, very intense, brilliant, ruby – red color. Red – berry fruit bouquet with hints of cedar and spices. The oak is not obtrusive. The initial impression on the palate is intense, with a good body, richness, and lovely freshness, accentuating its overall tightness. The aftertaste is lovely and long.