Victorio’s Wines

The Story

Named after the original restaurant that started it all, Victorio’s wines represent the best wines, the hidden gems, that we’ve sourced and imported back to serve at Kitchen and Rail. They were carefully selected to pair with this food menu to give you a full, immersive, and sensory experience.

It only feels like an indulgence.

Cask Wines

Meritage – Clarksburg, CA

One year aged in French oak barrels. Bold and full bodied wine. Fruit and oak on the nose, smooth on the palate and finish.

Pairing: Filet Mignon Slider

$9 Glass, $36 Carafe

Malbec – Mendoza, Argentina

Fruit and spice on the palate balanced by notes of fresh fruits like plums and blackberries. It is ripe in the mouth with soft, round tannins and a long finish.

Pairing: Vin Rose Pasta

$9 Glass, $36 Carafe

Viognier – Clarksburg, CA

A fully dry, crisp wine made in southern european style that has minerality and a long, pleasant finish. It is full bodied, yet balanced.

Pairing: Frog Legs

$9 Glass, $36 Carafe

Riesling – Rhône, France

Highly aromatic, notes of an orchard and citrus fruit on the palate. Made with crisp acidity and complex structure.

Pairing: Norwegian Salmon

$9 Glass, $36 Carafe

Prosecco – Italy

Refreshing and bright; intensely aromatic and crisp on the palate, with aromas and flavors of yellow apple, white peach, pear, and notes of white flowers.

Pairing: Caesar Salad

$9 Glass, $36 Carafe

Reserve Wines

Chardonnay – Edna Valley AVA

Hand-picked and fermented 11 months in a combination of French oak barrels for richness and stainless steel to preserve fruit flavors. Balance of fruit and structure – perfectly comfortable as an aperitif, but superb at the table.

Notes: Juicy white nectarine notes on the palate, bursting with spice tones of star anise, ginger and orange zest.

Pairing: Butter Chicken

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

Pinot Noir – Edna Valley AVA

Mid-weight, fruit driven and textured. Hand-harvested and barrel aging in French oak for 11 months. Varietally true, it shows how Pinot Noir is perhaps one of the most versatile wines to pair with food.

Notes: Generous, with ripe dark plum and berry flavors, orange peel and a rich, smooth palate feel.

Pairing: Pan-Seared Duck

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

Cabernet Sauvignon – Paso Robles AVA

Traditionally fermented, and French oak aged for 14 months, we blend 15% Merlot into our wine to balance the structure and bring a fruity mid-palate to the wine. Delicious and rich, but with enough balance to be wellsuited at the table.

Notes: Dense and dark, with ripe cherry, dried plum, and cocoa with French oak tones.

Pairing: Steak Bavette & Frites

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

Sauvignon Blanc – Marlborough, NZ

Blend of grapes from two distinctly different Hawke’s Bay vineyards – Mangatahi and Te Awanga – harvested early in the morning, gently pressed and fermented in stainless tanks.

Notes: The nose is full of ripe nectarines and peaches with a lovely honey undertone and a long, fine finish.

Pairing: Norwegian Salmon

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

Petite Syrah – Clarksburg, CA

Dark, inky purple, plum (almost black) color. The wine is refined with a rich French Oak barrel profile. The finish is rich with dark chocolate, blackberry and creamy Tahitian vanilla.

Notes: Intense aromas express blueberry and huckleberry fruit.

Pairing: K&R Cheese Board

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

Rosé – Rhône, France

Fresh, fruity and petal-rose colored. It is made from a blend of grenache, syrah, and cinsault grapes. Perfect balance between the body and the freshness.

Pairing: Norwegian Salmon

$12 Glass, $48 Carafe

The Cellar

Rombauer Chardonnay

Creamy, rich palate, with aromas of vanilla, peach and mango are layered with apricots, creme brûlée, butter and slight minerality.

$10 3oz | $16 5oz | $22 7oz

Grgich Hills Chardonnay

From Napa Valley, aromas of fresh peach, citrus, and
honeysuckle. With passion fruit, white peach, and vanilla finish.

$9 3oz | $15 5oz | $20 7oz

Duckhorn Chardonnay

A silky mouthfeel and energetic acidity frame orchard-fruit
flavors of pear and white peach, with a long, focused finish.

$9 3oz | $15 5oz | $20 7oz

Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc

A benchmark from New Zealand, shows an abundance of passion
fruit, lime, grapefruit with just the right amount of grassiness.

$8 3oz | $13 5oz | $18 7oz

Felsina Berardenga Chianti Classico

Fruity and elegant aromas dominated by wild berries, along with array of spicy notes. Fruity on the palate with a lingering finish.

$9 3oz | $15 5oz | $20 7oz

Fowler Silverado Cabernet Sauvignon

GOLD Medal Winner, 2020 SF Chronicle Wine Competition. Bold, complex and fruity with smooth tannins, and a long pleasant lingering finish.

$8 3oz | $13 5oz | $18 7oz

Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon

Napa Valley Cabernet, featuring layered, lush aromas and flavors, including cocoa, cassis and ripe berries.

$16 3oz | $26 5oz | $36 7oz

Opus One Napa Valley Red Wine 2018

It’s full-bodied, yet ever so balanced and refined. Aromas
of blackberry, cassis and black cherry. Layered flavors juicy
black-fruit, hints of orange zest, licorice and dark chocolate.

$54 3oz | $90 50z | $126 7oz