Wine Menu

Wine & Beverage Menu

“May you never want for wine, nor a friend to help drink it.”

Refreshing Mimosa or White Peach Nectar Bellini
glass 9.5


Glass Bottle
Le Grand Courtage, 187ml n/a 10
Jean Phillippe Brut Sparkling, France 8 25


Triennes Rosé, Provence 9.5 28


Julienne “House White”
Typical Mediterranean blend from France … very versatile and light. Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc
Pinot Grigio, Trentino, Italy Elena Walch 12 28
Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand, Tora Bay  10 25
Sauvignon Blanc Napa Valley, Cakebread  14.5 48
White Burgandy Macon Village, Drouhin  10 25
Chardonnay Russian River, Peter Paul 15 62


Julienne “House Red”
blend of Cabernet, Merlot, Syrah, Columbia Valley, WA, “CMS”
Merlot, San Ynez, Brander 12 32
Pinot Noir, Rogue River, Oregon Foris,  11 28
California Cabernet, North Coast“Sommeilier Selection” Raymond Family

12 32

Half Bottles

Au Bon Climat Chardonnay n/a 18
Brander Sauvingnon Blanc n/a 16
Brander Merlot n/a 17

Beer & Hard Cider

Chimay Blue 8 Anderson Valley Boont Amber 6
Affligem 6 Bitburger Pilsner 6
Abita Light 6 Excalibur Hard Cider 4


Coffee and Tea
Le Boissons
Jones Coffee Roasters “Julienne Blend” Coffee 3.5 Passion Fruit Iced Tea 3.75
Pasquini Espresso / Americano 3.5 / 4.5 Lemonade or Arnold Palmer 3.75
Cappuccino / Latte / Cafe au Lait 4.5 Juice Orange / Apple / Cranberry / Grapefruit 3.75
Vanilla Latté / Mocha 5 Foundation Soda Drinks: Coke / Diet Coke / Seven Up 3.75
Signature Hot Chocolate 5 Bundaberg Ginber Beer 4
A selection of Hot Teas 3.5 “Rieme” French Soda Blood Orange / Lemonade / Pomegranate 3.5
Hot Water with Lemon and Honey 2.5 Alain Millat Juices from France, non-alcholoic Chardonnay / Cabernet / Merlot 8


"Julienne's is my favorite shopping stop when I want to add something beautiful to my home! From antique champagne flutes to casual but elegant table linens—to more practical items for the kitchen—I never leave Julienne's without seeing something wonderful! I once purchased a beautiful French copper samovar that I break out every year for the holidays. It's a family tradition!"