As with the regularly changing menu at Garden Kitchen, we also rotate our beer & wine selections. While San Diego is already well known for its beer, we want to also showcase the quality and diversity of wine that is available here as well. We source the majority of our wine from here in San Diego, Southern California & Baja, as well as a few new additions from other places in the world.

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Beer: [Updated: 2/13/2019]
Benchmark Brewing – San Diego
– IPA, Table Beer, Blond Ale, “Feisty Fleur” Belgian Tripel, River Rye, Survey Series No.5 Brut IPA


San Diego, Temecula & Baja Wines: [Updated: 2/13/2018]
Bodegas F Rubio – Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
– 2016 Rosé (Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Barbera)

Bodegas Marilena – Valle de Guadalupe, Baja California, Mexico
– 2013 “Malägueña” Red Blend (Petite Verdot, Cab Sauv)Chuparosa Vineyards – Ramona – San Diego County
– 2016 North Block Blend Super Tuscan style

Edwards Vineyard & Cellars – Ramona – San Diego County
– 2009 Syrah
– 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon
– 2014 Censorship Port
– 2013 Late Harvest Syrah

Fallbrook Winery – Fallbrook, San Diego Country
– 2012 33° North “Dalla Collina” Red Blend
– 2014 33° North BDX Red Blend

J. Brix Wines – Escondido, San Diego Country
– 2017 “The Augur” Riesling
– 2017 “Rougarou” Carignan

Mesa Grande Corazón – Sant Ysabela, San Diego Country
– 2018 Cabernet Franc Rosé
– 2016 Cabernet Franc

Santo Tomas – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
– 2015 Tempranillo Cabernet Blend

South Coast Winery – Temecula
– 2017 Chardonnay Sans Chêne
– 2014 Wild Horse Peak Cabernet Sauvignon
– 2014 Rolling Hills Estate Syrah
– 2014 “Group Therapy” Red Blend
– Sparkling Pinot Grigio
– Ruby Cuvee Sparkling Syrah

Valle de Tintos – Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico
– 2014 “Monograma” Cabernet Sauvignon


World Wine: [Updated: 2/13/2018]
Amelia – Bordeaux, France
– Brut Rosé “Cremant de Bordeaux”

Château de Campuget – Costières de Nimes, Rhone, France
– 2017 Tradition Rosé

Canella – Veneto, Italy ‘17
– 2017 “Millesimato” Extra Dry Prosecco

Campagnola – Veneto, Italy
– 2017 Valpolicella Classico

La Playa Winery – Colchagua Valley, Chile
– 2018 “un-aked” Chardonnay
– 2015 “Axel” Carmenère

Luigi Einaudi – Piedmont, Italy
– 2016 Dolcetto di Dogliani

Pedroncelli Winery – Sonoma, California
– 2016 Zinfandel

Speri – Veneto, Italy
– 2017 – Amarone della Valpolicella Classico

Tohu – Marlborough, New Zealand
– 2017 Sauvignon Blanc

Vigneti del Vulture – Basilicata, Italy
– 2015 – “Pipoli” Aglianico

Vigneti Zabù – Sicily, Italy
– 2014 “Il passo” Nerello Mascalese