El Encanto’s wine selections are an eclectic blend of wines designed to complement our menu items. The focus is on wine from Latin countries, including Spain and South America, but also on unique blends that complement the spicy foods and rich flavors traditional in Mexico.

Wine & Tequila selections change monthly. Selections may vary by location.


Torres, Vina Sol, Spain – OLE! 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.

Riesling, Essence, Germany – Fresh fruit flavors of pineapple and apricot are perfectly balanced by a racy acidity and mineral character.

Viognier, Mil Piedras, Argentina – Pale green and gold in color. Fruity aromas of honeysuckle, apricots, grapes, and orange peels. Crisp and light with a clean refreshing finish.

Sauvignon Blanc, Sierra Blanca, Guadalupe Valley, Mexico – Light yellow straw, great brightness, on the nose, it is delicately fruity, showing subtle herb aromas. Well balanced and a fresh finish.

Sauvignon Blanc, Santa Ema, Chile – Aromas of lime and tropical fruits are clean and lean, lifted by citric acidity and spritz, while flavors of lime, green herbs and bell pepper are authentic.

Pinot Grigio, Benvolio, Italy – A product of Friuli, in the northeast corner of Italy, where a cool climate helps develop a lively acidity. Benvolio shows delicate nuances of wildflowers, rosewater, apple and pear flavors on the palate. It is a dry and crisp full bodied, with a clean fresh finish.

Albarino, Martin Codak, Spain – Albarino is a crisp and refreshing wine with citrus fruit, pear and peach flavors. Its medium body, bright fruit character and subtle aromas, can be enjoyed with everything from a salad to a wide variety of seafood and poultry dishes.

Chardonnay, Santa Rita Reserva, 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.

Chardonnay, William Hill, 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.

A to Z, Rosé, Oregon – made predominantly from old vine Sangiovese grown in Oregon, this juicy, opulent, aromatic, dry Rose is enjoyable year round.


Codorniu, Spain – Spain’s answer to champagne in a little bottle. This Cava is light-bodied, elegant and delicious.
Split 13.00

Gruet, New Mexico – This sparkling wine has intense aromas of green apples and a hint of  grapefruit.
Bottle 32.00

Taittinger La Francaise Brut Champagne – Brilliant pale gold, the wine delivers a complex mixture of clean stone fruit with subtle notes of spice and floral characteristics to the nose and palate.
Bottle 90.00


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, blackberries & velvety tannins.

Pinot Noir , Tortoise Creek, “Mission Grove” California – Soft, well balanced and jammy. It is loaded with bright cheery fruit characteristics and finishes smooth. Enjoy with steak, red sauce dishes, lamb or firm cheeses.

Nebbiolo “Reserve Privada, LA Cetto, Mexico – Intense ruby red with notes of ripe red and black fruit on the nose. Lots of spice and fruit on the palate with deeper layers of tobacco, leather and nuts.

Merlot, Santa Ema “Reserve”, Maipo Valley, Chile – Unique and unmistakable, in this wine you’ll find plum, and blackberry mixed with chocolate and notes of coffee. On the palate, raw fruit interweaved with toffee notes, the tannins appear mature, giving a good structure.

Malbec, Mil Piedras, Argentina – Supple in texture, full bodied and very fruity in style with blackberry, plum, toast, and cassis aromas/flavors.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Terroir, Napa Valley – Aromas and flavors of ripe black cassis, licorice, and green peppercorn with a velvety, vibrant, fruity medium body and a
captivating, medium-long finish with medium tannins and moderate oak flavor. A bright and youthful Cabernet Sauvignon that’s ready to drink.

Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus, Napa Valley – Dark color, with rich fruit and ripe tannins. This approachable Cabernet features layered, lush aromas and flavors,
including cocoa, cassis and ripe berries. Celebrate with this exceptional wine
Liter 150


Our Special blend of red wine, fruit juice and brandy is light and refreshing.

Glass 10 / Small Pitcher 20 / Large Pitcher 38