The Wine Bar at Due South


Thursday: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Friday: 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Saturday: 5 p.m. to 11 p.m.

Looking for a cozy place to get away from it all, complete with soft lighting, classic jazz, and a great selection of wines? Join us in The Wine Bar at Due South, where you can enjoy an adults-only experience (you must be 21 or older to enter) featuring wines from across the world available by the glass or by the bottle.

This small and intimate space will sit two dozen people who can expect hands-on customer service by one of our expert wine servers, and enjoy the menu from Savoury Eats Kitchen. Follow us on Facebook to get all the latest information about new wines, events, and more.

Thursday Night Wine Flights
5pm to 10pm
$12 for three wines, 3 ounces of each.

We pre-select three wines with a combined bottle value of $100+ for our Thursday Night Flight.
If you try a wine in a flight and like it, you can buy a bottle of that wine for 50% off that night!

Wine List


Maschio Prosecco (Italy) 
Sparkling wine that is light straw yellow in color with a lively froth. Features a bouquet of white beach and orange blossoms, fruit forward with peach and almond flavors.

Maschio Prosecco Rose (Italy) 
Sparkling Rose with fresh strawberry and raspberry notes.

Candoni Moscato (Italy)
Aromas of fresh nectarine and honey, followed by sweet and refreshing flavors of ripe peach and apricot.

Chloe Prosecco (Italy) 
Chloe Prosecco defines the elegant sparkling style for which this captivating area is known. This wine is bursting with fresh fruit and fine bubbles, with notes of peach, green apple, citrus and white flowers on the nose and palate.

La Dama (SP) Cava Brut Rose (Catalonia, Spain) 
A light-pink color is backed by a simple nose that’s nondescript but fresh and clean. Mild grapefruit and blood orange flavors finish steady.



Pacific Rim Sweet Riesling (Washington, USA)
Moderately sweet with flavors of pineapple, peach, and hints of honey. The finish is bright and crisp which cleanses the palate and provides good balance to the upfront fruit.

Bolla Pinot Grigio (Italy) 
Light, crisp notes of apple and pear highlight this palate friendly white. Ideal to enjoy on the patio on a sultry evening.

Chloe Chardonnay (Sonoma, USA) 
A well-balanced Chardonnay with clean flavors of fresh citrus, apple, pear with notes of creamy butter and a hint of vanilla. This wine has a subtle elegance with a silky finish.

Sileni Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand)
Citrus, jalapeno, pepper, and subtle spices are evident and harmonious. Easygoing, breezy finish.

Santa Marherita Pinot Grigio (Italy) 
This dry white wine has a straw yellow color. Its clean, intense aroma and bone-dry taste (with an appealing flavor of Golden Delicious apples) make Santa Margherita’s Pinot Grigio a wine of great personality and versatility.

Chalk Hill Sonoma Chardonnay (Sonoma, CA, USA)
Aromas of yellow apple, melon, citrus zest and mango meld beautifully with notes of toasted hazelnut and vanilla custard from the oak aging. Pure and rich, it displays fruit-forward flavors of golden apple, nectarine, and guava with subtle hints of butterscotch.


– ROSE –

Benziger Rose (Sonoma, USA) 
Dark orange and red in color, this slightly sweet wine is simple in its offerings of ripe peach and strawberry flavor.


– RED –

Carmenet Pinot Noir (CA, USA) 
Aromas abound with hints of strawberries and spice notes. This refined Pinot Noir ends enjoyably with raspberry and cedar flavors.

Bodega Callia Alta Malbec (Argentina)
On the nose, beautiful red fruits such as plums and cherries. A balanced mouthfeel with flavors of redcurrant and black cherry supported by sweet, round tannins. It culminates in a long finish with notes of cloves and cinnamon.

Banfi Chianti Superiore (Italy)
Intense ruby red color. The nose shows fresh and fruity hints. In the mouth the balance of soft structure and good acidity expresses itself the most, extending in a rich and persistent final.

J. Lohr Seven Oaks Cabernet Savignon (Central Coast, CA, USA) 
Black cherry, smoke and a hint of caramel make for a very familiar and satisfying nose on this well-priced bottling. There is a deep core of black currant fruit, with chalky tannins, a dense mouthfeel and abundant acidity that drives into the finish.

Château Val Joanis Côtes du Luberon Rouge Réserve Les Griottes (2015)(Rhone Valley, France) 
Highly expressive, open nose blending jammy red fruits, spice and balsamic notes. The palate is powerful and shows seductive volume, mellowness and persistency. A wonderful Mediterranean wine with good breed and deft ageing.

Van Duzer Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley, OR) 
This is fragrant and forward, with a subtle smoky element. Fresh raspberry fruit comes wrapped in flavors of toast, malt and milk chocolate.

Sebastini Cabernet Savignon (Sonoma, CA, USA) 
Lovely aromatics that range from dried herbs, tea and black cherry to coconut, vanilla and cocoa powder. This medium-bodied wine closes with well rounded tannins and a long lasting finish.

Ironstone Cabernet Savignon Reserve (Lodi, CA, USA) 
Big, bold and tannic, this layered and nicely ripe wine is an iron fist in a velvet glove. It smells like espresso and dark chocolate, tastes equally roasted and rich, but backs its darker flavors with blueberry and blackberry notes, finishing smooth.

Tenuta Polvaro Nero Red Blend (Veneto, Italy)
Three outstanding grape varieties provide the framework for this singularly distinctive red blend. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Malbec are combined to create aromas of spicy plum, black cherry, and blackberry while yielding a smooth, plush texture.