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Cava, Segura Viudas, Brut, Reserva, Spain NV 375ml
Blanc de Blancs, Trocadero, Tete de Cuvee, France NV
Prosecco, Adami, “Garbel”, Brut, Italy NV 

Fino, El Maestro Sierra, Jerez
Driest, palest & doughy, hints of brine
Manzanilla, La Cigarerra , Sanlucar de Barrameda 
Aged 4 yrs on lees, vibrant, fresh salinity
Amontillado, Lustau, Escuadrilla, Solara Reserva, Jerez
Crisp, med-dry, hazelnut, maple
Oloroso, El Maestro Sierra, 15 yr, Jerez 
Dark & rich, full bodied, nutty
Pedro Ximenez, El Maestro Sierra , Jerez
Aged 15 yrs, exotic spice, red fruit, caramel whites

Moschofilero, Domaine Skouras, “Zoe”, Peloponnese, Greece 2009 


Pinot Grigio, Alois Lageder “Riff”, Veneto, Italy 2009
Riesling, Hirschbach & Sohne, Piesporter, Germany 2008
Hondarribi Zuri/Hondarribi Beltza, Xarmont Txakolina – Amurrio, Spain 2009
Sauvignon Blanc, Les Fontanelles, Languedoc, France 2009
Assyrtiko/Athiri, Domaine Sigalas, Santorini, Greece 2009
Chardonnay, Domaine Skouras, “Almyra”, Peloponnese, Greece 2009
Chardonnay, Alma Rosa, Santa Barbara, California 2008

Gamay, Louis Tete, Beaujolais Villages, France 2009
Pinot Noir, Cloudline, Willamette, Oregon 2008
Syrah/Mourvedre, Chateau de Gourgazaud, Minervois, France 2007
Agiorgitiko, Domaine Skouras, “St. George”, Nemea, Greece 2008
Tempranillo, Luberri Seis, Rioja, Spain 2007
Merlot, Alexander Valley Vineyards, Sonoma, California 2007
Sangiovese, Le Bocce, Chianti Classico ,Tuscany, Italy 2008 
Shiraz/ Viognier, Yalumba, Barossa Valley, Australia 2006
Cabernet, Raymond “R” Collection, Napa, California 2006

Moscato d’Asti, Sarracco, Italy 2008
Sauvignon Blanc/Semillon, Dry Creek, “Soleil”, Dry Creek, Sonoma 2005
Muscat de Beaumes de Venise, Domaine de LaPigeade, France 2006
Vin Santo,Domaine Sigalis, Santorini, Greece 2003
Zinfandel, Easton, Late Harvest, Fiddletown-Rinaldi, California 2006




100 Cava, Avinyo, Rose, Reserva, Spain NV 
102 Cava, Segura Viudas, “Heredad”, Brut, Reserva, Spain NV
104 Prosecco, Adami, “Garbel”, Brut, Italy NV
105 Champagne, Besserat de Bellefon, “Cuvee des Moines”, Brut, Epernay, France NV
106 Champagne, Henriot, Blanc de Blancs, Reims, France NV
107 Champagne, Dosnon & Lepage, “Recolte Noire”, Blanc de Noirs, Cote des Bar, France NV 
108 Champagne, Laurent Perrier, Brut , Cuvee Rose, Reims, France NV

150 Fino, EL Maestro Sierra, Jerez 375ml
151 Manzanilla, La Cigarerra, Sanlucar de Barrameda 375ml
155 Amontillado, Lustau Escuadrilla, Jerez 750ml
156 Oloroso, EL Maestro Sierra, 15yr, Jerez 375ml
157 Pedro Ximenez, El Maestro Sierra 375ml

180 Moschofilero, Domaine Skouras, “Zoe”, Peloponnese, Greece 2009
181 Cinsault/Grenache/Carignan, Chateau Marouine , Cotes de Provence, France 2008
182 Malbec, Crios, Mandoza, Argentina 2009


201 Alvarinho/Trejadura, Feital, “Auratus”, Minho 2009
202 Rabigato/Codega/Donzelinho/Viosinho, Niepoort, “Redoma Branco”, Douro 2008
203 Alvarinho/Trajadura/ Loureiro/Pederña, Twin Vines, Vinho Verde, Minho 2009

220 Hondarribi Zuri/ Hondarribi Beltza, Xarmont Txakolina, Amurrio 2009
221 Albarino, Fillaboa, Rias Baxias 2008
222 Verdejo, Buil & Gine, “Nosis”, Rueda 2008
223 Gravonia, Lopez de Heredia, Crianza Viura, Rioja 2009

250 Riesling, Hirschbach & Sohne , Piesporter Goldtropfchen, Kabinett, Germany 2008 
251 Chenin Blanc, Didier Champalou, Vouvray, Loire, France 2009
252 Sauvignon Blanc, Les Fontanelles, Languedoc, France 2009
253 Sauvignon Blanc, Domaine Cherrier Sancerre, Loire, France 2009
254 Viognier, Le Paradou, “Vaucluse”, Provence, France 2009
255 Grenache Blanc/ Viognier/ Marsanne/ Roussanne, Perrin, Reserve, Cotes du Rhone, France
256 Chardonnay, Domaine de la Fruitiere, Loire Valley, France (Organic) 2009
257 Chardonnay, Matrot, Meursault, Burgundy, France 2007

300 Pinot Grigio, Alois Lageder “Riff”, Veneto 2009
301 Pinot Bianco, Alois Lageder, “Dolomiti”, Alto Adige 2008
302 Falanghina, Iovine, Campania 2009
303 Chardonnay/Sauvignon Blanc/Riesling/Pinot Grigio, Castello delle Regine, Umbria 2007

350 Moschofilero, Domaine Skouras, Arcadia 2008
351 Chardonnay, Domaine Skouras, “Almyra”, Peloponnese 2008
352 Assyrtiko/Athiri, Domaine Sigalas, Santorini 2009

400 Pinot Gris, A to Z, Willamette, Oregon 2009
401 Pinot Gris/Pinot Blanc/Gerwurztraminer/Chardonnay/Muscat/Riesling, Brooks, “Amycas”, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2008
402 Arneis, Palmina, Honea Vineyard, Santa Rita Hills 2009
403 Sauvignon Blanc, Voss, Napa, California 2008
404 Roussanne, Andrew Rich, Columbia Valley, Oregon , California 2008
420 Chardonnay, Au Bon Climat, Santa Barbara, California 2008
421 Chardonnay, Alma Rosa, Santa Barbara, California 2008
422 Chardonnay, Lynmar, Russian River, California 2007
423 Chardonnay, Chateau Montelena, Calistoga, Califorina 2007

500 Tempranillo, Luberri Seis, Rioja, Spain 2007
501 Tempranillo, Vina Sastre, Ribera del Duero, Spain 2008
502 Tempranillo, Marques de Caceres, Reserve, Roja, Spain 2004
503 Grenache, Artazu, Navarra, Spain 2007
504 Syrah/Grenache, Jimenez-Landi, Sotorrondero, Mentrida Spain 2007
505 Grenache/ Carignan/Merlot/ Syrah, Vall Lach, “Embruix”, Priorat, Spain 2005
506 Tinta Roriz/Touiga Franca/Tinta Amarela/Touriga Nacional, Niepoort, “Vertente”, Douro, Portugal 2007
507 Monastrell/Alicante, Vinos Sin-Ley, M5, Spain 2008
508 Mencia, Pena Das Donas, Ribeiro Sacra, Spain 2007

550 Gamay, Louis Tete, Beaujolais Villages 2009
551 Pinot Noir, Jean-Francois Merieau, ‘Hexoganales’,Touraine, Loire Valley 2008
552 Grenache/Syrah/Mourvèdre/Cinsault, Perrin, Reserve, Cotes du Rhone 2007
553 Grenache/Mourvedre, Domaine la Garrigue, Vacqueyras 2007
554 Syrah/Mourvedre, Chateau de Gourgazaud, Minervois 2007
555 Merlot/Cabernet Franc/ Cabernet, Chateau la Fleur du Roy, Pomerol 2006
557 Merlot/ Cabernet Franc, Chateau St. Andre Corbin, St. Georges-St. Emillion 2006
558 Malbec/Merlot, Clos la Coutale, Cahors 2008
559 Cabernet/ Merlot, Chateau l’Argenteyre, Medoc 2006
560 Cabernet/Merlot/ Cabernet Franc/ Petit Verdot/ Malbec, Chateau Fonbadet, Pauillac 2006
561 Cabernet Franc, Chateau Couly-Dutheil, Chinon 2007

600 Sangiovese, Le Bocce, Chianti Classico, Tuscany 2008
601 Barbera, Boroli “Quattro Fratelli”, Piedmonte 2007
602 Corvina, Molinara, Rondinella, Marchesi Fumanelli, Superiore, Valpolicella 2004
603 Nero d’ Avola, Ajello, Sicily 2008
604 Negro Amaro, Liveli, “Pezzo Morgana”, Salice Salentino, Puglia 2005 
605 Sangiovese/Cabernet, Carpineto, “Dogajolo”, Tuscany 2008
606 Sangiovese/Merlot/ Cabernet, Tenuta dell Ornellaia “Le Volte”, Tuscany 2008
607 Nebbiolo, La Spinetta, Langhe, Piedmont 2007

650 Agiorgitiko (St. George), Domaine Skouras, “St. George”, Nemea 2008 
651 Agiorgitiko (St. George), Palivou, Nemea Valley 2006
652 Cabernet/St. George, Domaine Skouras, “Megas Oenos”, Unfiltered, Argolida 2007
653 Syrah/Xinomavro/Merlot, Alpha Estate, Unfiltered, Macedonia 2006

750 Pinot Noir, Plantagenet, Omrah, Mt. Barker, Western Australia 2008
751 Shiraz/ Viognier, Yalumba, Barossa Valley, Australia 2006
752 Tempranillo/Grenache/Sangiovese, Misfits, ”Brujeria”, South Australia 2007
753 Malbec ,Tomero ,Mendoza, Argentina 2009
754 Malbec, Paul Hobbs, Felino, Argentina 2009
755 Merlot/Shiraz/Cabernet Franc, Graham Beck, “Railroad Red”, South Africa 2007
United States

700 Pinot Noir, Cloudline, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2008
701 Pinot Noir, Rex Hill, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2007
702 Pinot Noir, Flowers, Sonoma Coast, California 2008
703 Grenache, Beckman Vineyards, Estate, Santa Ynez, California 2005
704 Merlot, Alexander Valley Vineyards, Sonoma, California 2007
705 Merlot, L’Ecole No.41, Seven Hills Vineyard, Walla Walla Valley, Washington 2007
706 Syrah, Charles Smith, “Boom Boom”, Walla Walla Valley, Washington 2009
707 Syrah, Andrew Murray, Santa Ynez Valley, California 2007
715 Cabernet Franc, Lang & Reed, North Coast, California 2008
716 Cabernet, Raymond “R” Collection, Napa, California 2006
717 Cabernet, ZD, Napa, California 2007 
725 Zinfandel, Quivira, Dry Creek valley, Sonoma 2008
726 Zinfandel/Cabernet Sauvignon/Syrah/Petite Sirah/Charbono, Orin Swift,
“The Prisoner”, Rutherford, California 2009

From Our Blog:

    • Bachelorette Party at Nia

      Bachelorette party

      Wedding season is here! Now get ready for billowing white tulle, open declarations of love and lets not forget the best of all, bachelorette parties. So if your Best Friend Forever will be tying the knot soon, see her off with something classy, definitely not trashy.

      Where to begin? Our suggestion: throw out any and all ideas involving strippers, rubber penises, Life Saver t-shirts, and scavenger hunts involving the acquisition of men’s underwear. No good can come of these things. You want the bride-to-be to have a night to remember, fondly

      Don’t schedule the party too far in front of the big day, but don’t wait until the last minute, either.  a good time frame is anywhere from six weeks to a month before the wedding. A bachelorette party scheduled too early can feel anticlimactic, whereas one scheduled right before a wedding can bump up against the bride’s nerves, and might interfere with pre-wedding dieting or exercise. (We are not endorsing bridal boot camp or any crazy weight loss practice that has its own show on E, but you know we all know people that do the whole pre-wedding diet thing often, so it would be wrong to pretend it didn’t happen.) And forget the whole night-before-the-wedding thing. Nothing worse than being hung over on a day you know you’ll spend being stared at by people and photographed.

      Be sensitive to other people’s budgetary constraints, and don’t make the bride pay for anything. According to the Knot, while it’s customary that a host pays for a bridal shower, the attendees pay for the bachelorette party themselves — and the bride doesn’t pay for anything. If you are the one organizing, the event, do make sure attendees know this, and of course be sensitive to what they can afford in order to avoid any type of embarrassment or hurt one’s feelings. A wedding party consisting of mostly 24-year-old recent college graduates with roommates aren’t going to be able to afford to spend the same kind of money as a group of 32-year-olds with professional degrees and condos. And don’t force anyone to be there — the wedding party is already expending considerable time and cost to help the bride celebrate, and costs can really add up.

      The bachelorette party is supposed to be a time for the bride to hang out and relax with her girl friends, and unless the bride specifically requests that the theme for her party be An Evening of Cocks (because some ladies really love that stuff, and more power to ’em), try something different. Instead, get creative. Tapas at Nia is a great way to do that! A tapas style luncheon or dinner allows th bride and her friends the hang out before the main event.  If she’s a party girl, plan a “cocktail party” with girlfriends, martinis, and passed appetizers or appetizer stations. Tapas is a perfect solution for either type of party. And if strippers are a must, our private dining room is completely private and has a seperate entrance.

      Let Nia help you with all of the little details from decorations to music. Conveniently located in the heart of Chicago’s “Restaurant Row” Nia is easily accessible from the loop, by public transportation and the expressway making one less thing for you and your guests to worry about. Get ready to relax, share food, laughs and good company in a memorable setting at Nia.

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