We choose spirits that have a unique flavor profile, and can be enjoyed simply on their own, or expertly mixed as a house cocktail. We are particularly fond of our array of American heritage and craft whiskeys. Sippers, cocktails—the choice is yours!


Our selection pays homage to classic wine regions and traditional wine-making methods. You’ll find a smattering of offerings from small scale family-owned wineries practicing sustainable farming and sourcing. Beer reigns king at Farmhouse, but our wine list ain’t too shabby either.

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Spirits & Wine Menu



Old Fashioned Whiskey Cocktail (1888) 
choice of Rye or Bourbon, sugar, bitters, orange bitters
…bold, uncomplicated, classic

Bijou (1895)
Gin, Green Chartreuse, Sweet Vermouth, orange bitters
…boozy, herbaceous, intriguing

Manhattan (1884)
Rye, Sweet Vermouth, orange bitters
…layered, warming, sophisticated

Negroni (1943) 
Gin, Campari, Sweet Vermouth
…bitter, strong, refined

Applejack Rabbit (1927) 
Laird’s Applejack, maple syrup, lemon, orange
…sweet-tart, balanced, pleasing

Air Mail (1941)
Amber Rum, Sparkling Wine, honey syrup, lime
refreshing, easy-going, festive

Moscow Mule (1946)
Smuggler’s Notch Vodka, lime, sugar, ginger beer
spiced, smooth, easy

Margarita (1937)
Silver Tequila, cointreau, lime, sugar
tart, fresh, fun

Doctor’s Orders
Cognac, Benedictine, lemon, maple bitters, Islay Scotch spritz
rich, touch of smoke, memorable

Leaf Peepin’ 
Amber Rum, cinnamon – clove syrup, pineapple, lime, bitters
…autumnal, speed, inviting

Wine Menu


Cava, Casteller ‘Brut’  
(Spain) Macabeo/Xarel-lo/ Parellada blend

Chardonnay, Hayes Ranch
(California) vinified in both stainless steel and oak

Pinot Grigio, Cantina Pizzolato
(Venito) light, refreshing, peachy & nutty

Sauvignon Blanc – Saveé Sea
(New Zealand) aromatic, herbaceous, tropical fruit

Cayuga / Riesling – Shelburne Vineyard
(California) bright, citrusy, floral, approachable

Muscat / Macabeo – Avinyó
(Spain) spritzy, refreshing, dry, perfect summer wine



Syrah / Grenache – VRAC
(France) fresh, red fruits, floral and earthy

Malbec, Domaine Bousquet
(Argentina) Lush flavors, dark fruit, chocolate, spice

Cabernet Sauvignon – Domaine de Bachellary
(France) red & black fruit, woody spice and earthy goodness

Pinot Noir – Rickshaw
(California) bright cherry, raspberry and a touch of vanilla

Priorat – La Cartuja
(Spain) mineral, dark fruit, spice, herbs


Le Dolci Colline Brut Prosecco – NV (Veneto, Italy)
Glera – Easy drinking, classic flavors, well balanced

Le Mesnil Extra Brut ‘Blanc de Blancs’ Grand Cru – NV (Champagne)
Chardonnay – Sourced from a world-class vineyard. Rich, toasty, delicious

Diebolt-Vallois Brut ‘Blanc de Blancs’ – NV (Champagne)
Chardonnay – Light, elegant, clean, mineral driven

Gonet-Médeville Extra Brut Rosé 1er Cru – NV (Champagne)
Chardonnay / Pinot Noir – Full bodied, oak, chalky, great depth


Bodegas Latúe  – 2014 (La Mancha, Spain)
Tempranillo – Strawberry color, aromatic and loaded with fresh berry flavors

Onesta ‘Bechthold Vineyard’ – 2012 (Lodi, California)
Cinsault – Pale pink, lush, creamy, expressive, bone dry

The Withers – 2014 (El Dorado, California)
   Mourvedre / Grenache – Like the rosés from Bandol… dry, elegant, delicious


“Orange wine” is part of a movement seeking to resurrect ancient wine styles and wine-making techniques. These wines are made by pressing white grapes and leaving the juice to rest on the skins, much like how red wine is made. The extended skin contact adds body and weight to the mouthfeel as well as unique aromatics. Flavors range from tropical/citrusy to earthy/spicy and are deeply layered.

Salinia – 2012 (Russian River, California)    45
Sauvignon Blanc – Loads of fresh minerality, white flowers and zingy lime zest

Čotar – 2007 (The Karst, Slovenia)    67
Malvasia – Notes of quince, exotic fruit, hazelnut & green peppercorns.

Jean-Yves Péron ‘Côtillon de Dames’ – 2010 (Savoie, France)    67
Jacquère – Biodynamic, unfiltered. Mandarin orange & black pepper; earthy hay.


Evolúció  – 2013 (Tokaj, Hungary)    26
Furmint / Muscat – A dry & floral expression from grapes of dessert wine fame

Boyden Valley ‘Farmhouse White’ – (VT)    33
    La Crescent / Cayuga – Fresh, lively, yummy VT wine for your drinking pleasure

Hobo Wine Co. ‘Camp’ – 2014 (Sonoma County, California)    35
Chardonnay – Combo of stainless steel and oak aging make this lively and lush

Thomas George ‘Saralee’s Vineyard’ – 2010 (Russian River, CA)    39
Pinot Blanc – Tiny production, stainless steel aged, fantastic compliment to food

Sineann – 2014 (Columbia Gorge, Washington)    42
Pinot Gris – A beautiful balance between minerality, acidity and ripe fruit

Navarro – 2012 (Anderson Valley, California)    45
Gewürztraminer – Spicy, nutty, floral, unforgettable. One of the best in the US!

Broc Cellars – 2014 (Solano County, California)    52
Chenin Blanc – Only 170 cases made of this stunner! Salinity, mineral, stone fruit

Marco de Bartoli ‘Grappoli’ – 2010 (Sicily, Italy)    80
Grillo – Aged on lees in oak barrels for 12 months. Toast, white fig, nectarine & brine.

Robert Chevillon ‘Nuits-Saint-Georges’ – 2010 (Burgundy, FR)    129
Pinot Blanc – Old vine, toasty oak, rich, intense, minerally. A rare treat!


Field Recordings ‘Fiction Red’ – 2013 (Paso Robles, CA)    (1 can = 3 gls)  21
 Zinfandel blend – Yup, wine in a can… and it’s AWESOME! Lush & intriguing

La Cartuja – 2013 (Priorat, Spain)    35
 Grenache / Carignan – A whole lotta wine for not a lotta $, from Spain’s top spot

Folk Machine ‘Parts & Labor’ – 2014 (California)    37
Syrah/Carignan/Grenache/Barbera – Light, fresh, fun to drink and easy going

Domaine Depeuble  – 2013 (Beaujolais, France)    36
 Gamay – Elegant, fresh, bright red fruit and utterly quaffable

Cirelli Montepulciano d’Abruzzo – 2013 (Abruzzo, Italy)    41
 Montepulciano – This natural wine is killer! Starts fruity, finishes focused & dry

Bonny Doon ‘A Proper Claret’ – 2012 (California)    45
 Cabernet blend – Polished, sophisticated, harmonious and proper… indeed

Maysara ‘3 Degrees’ – 2013 (McMinnville, Oregon)    45
Pinot Noir – A beautiful, lush and earthy offering from this biodynamic producer

Broc Cellars – 2014 (Solano County, California)    52
Valdiguié – This Gamay-like grape offers a light body, rich fruit and zingy acidity

Owen Roe ‘Abbot’s Table’ – 2014 (Columbia Valley, Washington)    57
Zinfandel Blend – An opulent wine brimming with ripe fruit, spice and earthiness

Melville ‘Estate’ – 2013 (Santa Rita Hills, California)    75
Syrah – Intoxicating bouquet followed by dense fruit, cured meat, flowers & wood

Patricia Green ‘Olenik Vineyard’ – 2013 (Chehalem Mnts., Oregon)    80
 Pinot Noir – A simply gorgeous wine made by an icon of Oregon wine making

Zorah ‘Karasì’ – 2012 (Yeghegnadzor, Armenia)    89
Areni Noir – Fermented in cement, steel, amphorae & oak. Velvety, juicy, spicy

Clos Triguedina ‘Probus’ – 2011 (Cahors, France)    99
Malbec – Dark, dense, earthy, chewy, concentrated

BK ‘Skin n’ Bones’ – 2012 (Adelaide Hills, Australia)    99
Pinot Noir – Native yeasts, 276 days of skin contact, unique and funky fresh

Produttori del Barbaresco ‘Paje’ Riserva – 2007 (Piedmont, Italy)    120
 Nebbiolo – Seductive, sultry , powerful and yes, we cellared it for you.

DeLille Cellars ‘Grand Ciel’ – 2011 (Red Mountain, Washington)    249
Cabernet Sauvignon – One of the best wines you’ll ever try. There, we said it


Eden Ice Cider ‘Heirloom Blend’ (Vermont)  375 ml    10 / 50
Delicate apple nose with hints of honey, pear & citrus

E. Dupont Cidre de Givre  (France)  375 ml    — / 45
Lush & rich Normandy Ice Cider! Perfect balance of acidity & sweetness