Guild Wine List

Wine Spectator Grand Award

Wine Director Alex Moran has designed the Guild Tavern wine program to showcase artisanally made wines, with an emphasis on family-owned, organic/biodynamic winemakers who practice sustainable production. Along with selections from world renowned wineries from around the globe, we believe you’ll find a new favorite or rediscover a popular classic.

Our beer program features a well rounded line-up of local brews and imports and rotates frequently.

Wine by the Glass

 House

GRENACHE BLANC BLEND – Côté Mas ‘Blanc’ (FR)
. . .tropical fruits, citrus, dry, easy going

GRENACHE BLEND – Côté Mas ‘Rouge’ (FR)
. . .ripe berries, blackcurrant, touch of licorice

White

CAVA (SPARKLING) – Naverran ‘Nature’ (Penedes, SP)
. . .the Champagne of Spain. Dry, earthy fruit, toasty, tight bubbles

PINOT GRIGIO – Pizzolato (Veneto, IT)
. . .white flowers, green apple, lemon

SAUVIGNON BLANC – Mahu (Casablanca Valley, CL)
. . .grapefruit, lemon, stone fruit, refreshing minerality

CHARDONNAY – Eric Chevalier (Loire Valley, FR)
. . .unoaked, pear, honeysuckle

CHENIN BLANC – Dom. Vigneau-Chevreau ‘Vouvray – Demi Sec’ (Loire Valley, FR)
. . .touch of sweetness perfectly balanced with lively acidity

Red

MONTEPULCIANO – Il Faggio (Abruzzo, IT)
. . .cherry, herbs, dried flowers, smooth, easy drinking

TEMPRANILLO – Torremorón (Ribera del Duero, SP)
. . .fresh, vibrant, black & blue fruit, light spice, dusty tannins

PINOT NOIR – Bacchus ‘Ginger’s Cuvée’ (California)
. . .raspberry, tart cherry, baking spice, vanilla, earth

MALBEC – Domaine La Bérangeraie ‘Les Traversets’ (Cahors, FR)
. . .black fruit, oak, earth, grippy tannins, powerful

CABERNET SAUVIGNON / MERLOT / TEMPRANILLO – The Fableist ‘373’ (Paso Robles, CA)
. . .ripe red and black fruit, cedar, sweet tobacco, chewy tannins, oak

Please note, this list is subject to change.

Wine by the Bottle

Sparkling

004   Prosecco – Le Dolci Colline (Veneto, IT)
       
fresh, fruity, easy drinking

005   Pinot Noir Rosé – Leo Hillinger ‘Secco’ (Burgenland, AT)
       
wild berries, mineral, dry

007   Champagne – Le Mesnil ‘Blanc de Blancs’ Grand Cru (FR)
       
toasty biscuit, caramel apple, bold

008   Champagne – J. Lasalle ‘Prestige’ Brut Reserve 1er Cru (FR)
       
elegant, pure, chalky minerality

White

101   Grüner Veltliner – 15 Anton Bauer ‘Gmork’ (Wagram, AT)
       
Granny Smith apple, lime blossom, spice

400   La Crescent / Frontenac Gris – 15 La Garagista ‘Harlots & Ruffians’ (Barnard, VT)
          
fresh, floral, lively Alpine style wine that sees skin contact

103   Bordeaux Blanc – 15 Chateau Ducasse (Bordeaux, FR)
       
Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc – clean, bright citrus, snappy minerality

104   Muscadet – 15 Domaine de la Pépière (Loire Valley, FR)
       
Melon de Bourgogne – crisp pear, fresh acidity, salinity, light breadiness

203   Vouvray – 14 Champalou ‘Sec’ (Loire Valley, FR)
       
Chenin Blanc – ripe apple, honey, mineral, high acid

204   Riesling – 14 St. Urbans-Hof ‘Old Vine’ (Mosel, DE)
       
green apple, lime, slate, off-dry with plenty of acidity

300   Pinot Blanc – 15 Selbach Oster (Mosel, DE)
       
orchard fruit, crisp, mouthwatering, kiss of oak

302   Marsanne / Roussanne – 15 Broc Cellars ‘Love White’ (CA)
       
full flavored, fresh cream, oak, tart citrus lift

304   Chardonnay – 12 Ramey (Sonoma Coast, CA)
       
beautiful balance, refinement, and focus. Long finish

305   Chardonnay / Pinot Gris / Chenin Blanc – 15 Field Recordings ‘Fiction’ (Central Coast, CA)
         
ripe fruit, lemon curd, toasty oak, creamy…beefy Cali Chard blend done right

Rosé

304   Cabernet Franc 16 Charles Jouget ‘Chinon’ (Loire Valley, FR)
        
stunning depth, expression, and quality. One of our favorites this year

Red

304   Gamay 14 Jean Foillard ‘Cote du Py’ Morgon (Beaujolais, FR)
       
every sip will remind you why Foillard is considered one of the masters of Gamay

503   Pinot Noir – 14 Regis Bouvier ‘Bourgogne’ (Burgundy, FR)
       
light, earthy, red and black fruit, fine tannins. Classic Burgundy

504   Pinot Noir – 11 Pierre Guillemot ‘Savigny – Aux Serpentières’
          Premier Cru (Burgundy, FR)
         
expressive bright red fruit, freshly turned soil, focused, light bodied

505   Pinot Noir – 12 Domaine Robert Chevillon ‘Les Chaignots’ Nuits-Saint-Georges Premier Cru (Burgundy, FR)
         
an absolute stunner that should be on every Burgundy lover’s bucket list

506   Pinot Noir – 15 Illahe Vineyards (Willamette Valley, OR)
       
blueberry, red fruit, vanilla clove, small production, farmed by horse and plow

509   Pinot Noir – 13 Melville ‘Block M’ (Sta. Rita Hills, CA)
       
black cherry, licorice, rose, cracked pepper, forest floor. A memorable experience

601   Valpolicella – 14 Massimago (Veneto, IT)
       
Corvina / Rondinella – fresh, crispy, energetic, cherry, black pepper

504   Sangiovese / Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot – 13 Ciacci Piccolomini ‘Toscana Rosso’ (Tuscany, IT)
         
black cherry, cassis, floral, herbaceous, light oak

605   Malbec / Bonarda – 13 Tikal ‘Patriota’ (Mendoza, AR)
       
juicy, lush fruitiness, cocoa, baking spices, soft, bold

606   Zinfandel – 14 Neyers ‘Vista Luna’ (Lodi, CA)
       
mixed berry pie, light spice, easy tannins, great acts to balance ripeness

608   Merlot / Cabernet Sauvignon – 13 Rombauer (Carneros, CA)
       
ripe, plump, supple. Loads of plum, cherry, fig, mocha, and spice

609   Merlot 13 Pride Mountain ‘Vintner Select’ (Sonoma, CA)
       
dark, savory flavors of cherry, spice, forest floor, and tapenade. Powerful and robust

701   Syrah / grenache – 14 Maz Caz (Côtes du Rhône, FR)
       
fresh, vibrant, pure, unoaked. Honest wine that goes down easy

701   Nebbiolo / Barbera / Dolcetto – 13 G.D. Vajra (Piedmont, IT)
       
cherry, rose, soil, herbs, spices. A fantastic value that stays true to the region’s character

704   Bandol – 06 Domaine de Terrebrune (Provence, FR)
       
Mourvedre / Grenache – perfectly balanced power and finesse, ready to drink

705   Chianti Classico – 13 Felsina ‘Berardenga’ (Tuscany, IT)
       
Sangiovese – classic Tuscan flavors of wild berries, dried flowers, earth, firm tannins

708   Barolo – 12 Reverdito (Piedmont, IT)
       
Nebbiolo – bold, robust, cherry, rose, tar, earthy, grippy

710   Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot – 13 Chateau Aney (Haut Médoc – Bordeaux, FR)
         
dry, dusty, black current, tea, hay, classic Bordeaux

711   Merlot / Cabernet Sauvignon – 10 Chateau Haut-Segottes ‘Grand Cru’ (St. Emillion – Bordeaux, FR)
       
bold red and black fruit, voluptuous, a real treat. One of the best vintages ever

712   Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot – 03 Chateau Duhart-Milon Rothschild (Pauillac – Bordeaux, FR)
         
a true iconic producer that sets the Bordeaux standard. No explanation needed

714   SYrah – 13 Domaine A. Clape ‘Vin de Amis’ (Cornas – Rhône, FR)
      
offers a peek into the beauty of Cornas. Plum, underbrush, black olive, spice

715   Syrah – 11 Thierry Allemand ‘Les Chaillots’ (Cornas – Rhône, FR)
      
finding a bottle of this is like winning the lottery. Tastes that way also

801   Priorat – 13 La Cartuja (Priorat, SP)
      
Grenache / Carignan – dark fruit, herbaceous, mineral driven. Phenomenal value

805   Tempranillo – 14 Dominio de Pingus ‘Psi’ (Ribera del Duero, SP)
       
entry level wine from one of the great Spanish wine houses. Earthy, structured

807   Châteauneuf du pape – 13 Vieux Telegraph (Rhône, FR)
       
Grenache based blend – a true icon of the wine world. No one does CDP better

808   Syrah – 13 Bedrock Wine Co. (North Coast, CA)
       
the finesse and structure of N. Rhone with that Cali swagger and power

809   Cabernet Sauvignon – 15 Alder Ridge (Horse Heaven Hills, WA)
       
this wine way over-delivers for the money. Rich fruit, oak, mocha, licorice

810   Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot / Cabernet Franc – 11 Andrew Will ‘Sorella – Champoux Vineyard’ (Horse Heaven Hills, WA)
          
an absolutely stunning Bordeaux blend. Wild power balanced by subtle nuance

812   Zinfandel & Carignan Based Field Blend – 14 Bedrock Wine Co. ‘The Bedrock – Heritage’ (Sonoma Valley, CA)
        
loads of ripe fruit, herbs, earth, and fine tannins. This wine just makes you smile

813   Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot – 11 Silver Oak (Napa Valley, CA)
          
not much more needs to be said about this wine than “just sit back and enjoy”

Beer

Draft Beer & Cider

Citizen Cider ‘Lake Hopper’
VT Hard Cider with Cascade hops (13oz. 6.2%), Vermont

Lagunitas ‘PILS’
Czech style Pilsner (16oz. 6%), California
Up Next: Lost Nation ‘Vermont Pilsner’ (16oz. 4.8%) 3 / 5.5

Lawson’s ‘Sip of Sunshine’
American Double IPA (13oz. 8%), Vermont

Good Measure ‘Early Riser’
American Cream Ale (16oz. 4.8%), Vermont
Up Next: Good Measure ‘East Street Bitter’ (16oz. 4.8%) 3.25 / 6

Switchback ale
Amber Ale (16oz. 5%), Vermont

14th Star ‘Oktoberfest’
Oktoberfest Lager (16oz. 4.8%), Vermont

Cuvée de Jacobins ‘Prestige’
Sour Flanders Red Ale (10oz. 7.1%), Belgium

Dieu du Ciel! ‘Solstice d’Hiver’
American style Barleywine (10oz. 10.5%), Quebec
Up Next: Stone ‘Old Guardian 2015’ (13oz. 11%)

Queen City ‘Yorkshire Porter’
American Porter (16oz. 5%), Vermont
Up Next: Hill Farmstead ‘Shirley Mae’ on Nitro (13oz. 3.9%)

Rotating Hill Farmstead
Ask what we’re pouring tonight!

Beer – Bottles & Cans

Golden Ale / Lager

Budweiser / bud light
American Lager (12oz. 5%/4.2%), Missouri

Corona Extra
Pale Lager (12oz. 4.6%), Mexico

Amstel Light
Light Lager (12oz. 3.5%), Netherlands

von trapp ‘golden helles’
Munich Helles Lager (12oz. 4.9%), Vermont

Stella Artois
Pale Lager (12oz. 5%), Netherlands

Pale Ale / IPA / Double IPA

Long Trail Ale ‘Green Blaze’
American IPA (12oz. 6.5%), Vermont

Sierra Nevada ‘Pale Ale’
American Pale Ale (12oz. 5.6%), California

Lawson’s ‘Super Session #8’
Session IPA (12oz. 4.8%), Vermont

21st Amendment ‘Brew Free or die!’
American IPA brewed with blood orange (12oz. 7.1%), California

Alchemist ‘Focal Banger’
American IPA (16oz. 7%), Vermont

Alchemist ‘Heady Topper’
American Double IPA (16oz. 8%), Vermont

Amber / Brown / Porter / Stout

Long Trail Ale
Amber Ale (12oz. 4.6%), Vermont

Rogue ‘Dead Guy Ale’
Strong Amber Ale (12oz. can 6.8%), Oregon

Smuttynose ‘Robust Porter’
American Porter (12oz. 6.2%), New Hampshire

Brooklyn Brewery ‘Black Chocolate Stout’
Imperial Chocolate Stout (12oz. 10%), New York

Dieu Du Ciel ‘peche mortel’
Imperial Coffee Stout (11.5oz. 9.5%), Quebec

Wheat / Saison

Harpoon ‘UFO White’
White Ale (Witbier) (12oz. 4.8%), Vermont

Weihenstephaner
Hefeweizen (11.2oz. 5.4%), Germany

allagash ‘white’
White Ale (Witbier) (12oz. 5.1%), Maine

Dieu Du Ciel ‘Roseé d’Hibiscus’
Belgian Wheat Ale brewed with Hibiscus (11.5oz. 5.9%), Quebec

Trappist / Sour (Belgium)

Petrus ‘Aged Pale’
Sour Belgian Pale Ale (11.2oz. 7.3%)

Chimay ‘Grande Reserve’ (Blue)
Belgian Strong Dark Ale (11.2oz. 9%)

St. Bernardus ‘Christmas Ale’
Quadrupel – perfect for a winter’s night (750mL 10%)

Fruit / Herb / Spice

Rodenbach ‘Fruitage’
Flanders Red Ale brewed with cherry and elderberry (8.5oz. 4.2%), Belgium

Founders ‘frootwood’
Cherry Ale aged in Maple-Bourbon barrels (12oz. 8%), Michigan

Lindemans Framboise
Raspberry Lambic (12oz. 2.5%), Belgium

Cider / Gluten Free

Halyard Brewing Co. ‘Nicole’s Extra’
VT Craft Ginger Beer (12oz. 6%), Vermont

Citizen Cider ‘UP’
VT Craft Hard Cider (16oz. 5.2%), Vermont

Omission Brewing co.
Golden Lager (12oz. 4.6%), Oregon

Non-Alcoholic

Clausthaler