Wine List


La Crema, Monterrey  12/36
Nectarine, papaya, crisp lemon, tangerine notes

Novelty Hill, Washington  10/30
Single vineyard and family produced, round mouthfeel of  crisp northwest apple and layered French oak

Sebastiani, Sonoma, California  9/27
Creamy, with bright apple fruit, hints of butterscotch  and caramel

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, California  7/21
Light oak, fresh citrus with tropical fruit

Sauvignon Blanc

Chartron La Fleur, Bordeaux, France 9/27
White tree fruits and citrus, with a creamy roundness.

Long Story Short, New Zealand 8/24
Lemon zest, green apple and passion fruit

Pinot Grigio

Villa Loren, Italy 9/27
Aromas of pear and white flowers, bright fruit and crisp acidity

Pike Road Pinot Gris, Oregon 9/27
A fruit forward and vibrant example of Willamette Valley  pinot gris

Giocato, Slovenia 8/24
Ripe pear and apricot, subtle acacia flower and almond

Interesting Whites/Rosés

Chateau la Commanderie de Queyret, Bordeaux, France 11/33
Dry, fruity and fresh with honey and floral notes.

Monte del Fra Bardolino Rosé, Italy 9/27
Dry rosé, notes of raspberry, red currants

Rascal Rosé, Willamette Valley, Oregon 8/24
Fresh cut strawberries, watermelon, lime zest

Blüfeld Riesling, Germany 8/24
Sweet, combining citrus and floral aromas

Luccio Moscato d’Asti, Italy 8/24
A fresh and fragrant sparkling moscato, rich with  flavors of tangerine and honey


Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label  95

Domaine Carneros Brut by Taittinger  45

Cara Mia Prosecco, Italy 8/24
White citrus, peaches, well rounded acidity

Korbel Brut, 187ml 8

House Sparkling 6.5/19


Cabernet Sauvignon

Josh Cellars, Sonoma California    12/36
Juicy, plum and blackberry, layered with smoke,  roasted almonds, hazelnuts

The Show, California    9/27
Big and bold, dried black cherries, jammy preserves,  toasted vanilla, spicy oak

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, California    7/21
Cherry, dark chocolate, cedar


Mountain, Walla Walla, Washington    9/27
Smooth, velvety, cocoa, raspberry, black currant

Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, California    7/21
Black cherries, dark lush fruit


Doña Paula, Argentina    10/30
Black fruits, spices and violet, great balance, soft tannins,  medium structure

Luscano Private Reserve, Mendoza, Argentina    9/27
Slightly smoky, blackberries, blueberries, lavender,  toasted hazelnuts

Pinot Noir

Le Grand Noir, France    9/27
Juicy raspberry flavors with spicy notes of pink peppercorn

Chime, North Coast California    8/24
Raspberry, cranberry, soft, expansive, delicious

Interesting Reds

Tomasella Cabernet Franc, Italy    9/27
Wild berries, herbs, bell peppers

McManis Zinfandel, California    9/27
Ripe red currants, fresh strawberries, caramelized sugar and toast

Stone Dance Shiraz, South Africa 9/27
Full bodied red , notes of black cherry, juicy plum, vanilla  and a bit of oak

Zestos Old Vine Garnacha, Spain    8/24
Flavors of black raspberry and cherry with subtle  mineral notes



Racines is temporarily changing hours while we all get though this

Monday – 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Tuesday through Friday – 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Saturday – 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Sunday – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.


This is a temporary change and we will return to regular hours as soon as we can. In the meantime, we are doing everything possible to keep our guests and staff healthy and safe and following all health department protocols during this crisis. Thank you for your patience.

650 Sherman Street
Denver CO 80203
(303) 595-0418

Near the intersection of Speer, 6th Avenue and Lincoln. Between Cherry Creek and Downtown.

Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.

Monday – 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday – 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday – 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Sunday – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Holiday hours may differ. Please call for details.

Always free parking in our parking garage and free valet at peak times.

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