El Encanto Cantina

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Torres, Vina Sol, Spain
A versatile and friendly white table wine from Spain.  Off-dry, light bodied, no oak.  A smooth, crisp wine with fruity flavors of apples and pineapples.   5.00/$18.00 

Falling Star, Sauvignon Blanc, Argentina - We caught this star and brought it to Cave Creek. A crisp, fruity wine with a fresh, clean flavor. Great with spicy food. $6.00/$22.00 

Morande, Sauvignon Blanc, Chilefrom the Andes mountains, near the Pacific Ocean comes this zesty and crisp wine full of fruit.  Great with seafood or any of our stuffed peppers, try it with the Carnitas Poblano Relleno. $8.00/30.00

King Estate, Pinot Gris, Willamete Valley, Oregon
- This full-bodied Pinot Gris is like drinking a glass of sunshine. Aromas of sweet pears, apricots, apples, with a sweet entry, and a crisp acid structure.  $8.50/$32.00 

Santa Rita Reserva, Chardonnay, Chile - A wine lover’s find from south of the equator. The seasons may be reversed, but there is nothing backwards about this South American Chardonnay. Dry with subtle fruit flavors, like grapefruit and pineapple, rounded with soft hints of vanilla and hazelnut.  Great volume and pleasant acidity.  $6.00/$22.00

L.A. Cetto, Chardonnay, Mexico - The latest couple to marry on our patio is Mexican wine and Mexican food, and it's a match made in heaven! From Baja California, down Ensenada way, comes this light Chardonnay. Medium, golden color, with rich, floral and fruity (as in apple) aromas.  It's dry, tart and refreshing, the perfect wine for a warm El Encanto night.   $7.00/$26.00


William Hill, Chardonnay, Napa Valley, California - If you like old school California Chardonnays, you’ll love this wine.  Gently oak-aged, with a smooth, creamy texture and hints of nectarine, honeysuckle and crisp apple. The result is a well-balanced wine -tantalizing on the palate with a crisp, clean finish.   $8.00/$30.00

Crios de Susana Balbo, Rosé, Argentina - a huge dry rosé with lots of strawberry, cherry and orange aromas and plenty of acid and fresh fruit in a full-bodied wine that is great with grilled meats.   $7.50/$28.00



Codorniu, SpainSpain’s answer to champagne in a little bottle.  This Cava is light-bodied, elegant and delicious.     Split $6.00

Gruet, New Mexico – This sparkling wine has intense aromas of green apples and a hint of grapefruit     Bottle $28.00



Torres Sangre de Toro, Spain  -  From the cafes of Madrid to the patio of El Encanto. Bienvenido, Senor Torres!  A nice red table wine.  Deep ruby color with a hint of ochre, notes of spices and blackberries, velvety tannins.    $5.00/$18.00


Vino Noceto Sangiovese, Shenandoah Valley, California -  This Italian varietal is grown in California, but carries all of the same great qualities.  It is packed with the forward, ripe, cranberry, cherry/berry fruit that marks Noceto's style.     $9.00/$34.00


Willamette Valley Vineyards Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley, Oregon A prize from Oregon's premier pinot noir producer! This wine appeals instantly with its racy fruit, balanced weight and textured layers of flavor. If you've been wanting to try Pinot Noir, now is the time and this is the wine. Great with enchiladas........$10.00/$38.00.


Butterfield Station, Merlot, California - Like Cabernet on a bed of feathers.  This softer alternative is an elegant marriage between fruit and oak. Aromas and flavors of ripe boysenberries and cherries are balanced by a spicy oak character that adds depth and complexity    $6.00/$22.00


Terrazas, Malbec, Argentina - If Evita had a chance to try the Terrazas Malbec, Argentina really shouldn't cry for her. Argentine Malbec has become one of the world's great wines and one of the great wine values. This example is a well-conceived wine, that offers generous ripe fruit flavors reminiscent of cabernet sauvignon, yet it is soft and gentle on the palate and finishes nicely    $7.00/$26.00


Budini, Cabernet Sauvignon, Argentina Budini is named after the rare and beautiful wild pampas cat of Argentina. The cat may be furry and elusive, but the wine isn’t! You don’t have to go to Argentina to see this Budini, Trapper Bill brought this one back to Cave Creek.  Ripe with fruit character, excellent structure with fine and perfectly mature tannins.  This wine is easy to enjoy    $7.00//$26.00


Dos Cabezas, Toscano, Cochise County, Arizona – Two heads really are better than one! Dos Cabezas started out as a mining town.  This local gem proves they are now a WINE-ing town!  Here’s a full-bodied Sangiovese/Cabernet blend.  This wine is velvety smooth and dry with flavors of red currant and cherry.  Enjoy this bold Arizona blend with any of our beef or pork dishes.    $34.00


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