Traditional Italian Cuisine

I VINI SPUMANTI


I VINI ROSATI


I VINI BIANCHI


I VINI ROSSI

$250 PIEMONTE – 2005 Gaja BARBARESCO

Subtle aromas of rose and blackberry follow through to a full body with fine tannins and a fresh finish. Chewy; unfolds on the palate. Refined yet structured. 100% Nebbiolo


$96 PIEMONTE – 2007 Pio Cesare BAROLO

This Barolo is a layered, opulent, textured, rich wine that is bursting with zesty red fruit, sassy spice, leather and toasted espresso bean


$32 PUGLIA – Cantele PRIMITIVO

Full-bodied, velvety; intense bouquet with spicy aromas. Made from Alberello grapes, a cousin of Zinfandel


$96 PUGLIA – 2009 Gianfranco PRIMITIVO di MANDURIA ES

Medium ruby with purple tinge, broad, spicy nose with vanilla,traces of coconut and strawberry liqueur. Balanced with spiciness and some acidity. Primitivo is an Italian varietal which is similar to a high quality Zinfandel


$68 SARDEGNA – 2008 Argiolas KOREM

55% Bouale Sardo, 35% Carignano, 10% Cannonau. Vibrant Red, layers of crushed rocks, minerals, grilled herbs, dark jammy fruit, full-bodied, French oak


$50 VENETO – 2007 Zenato RIPASSA VALPOLICELLA Superiore DOCG

The wine is a blend of 80% Corvina, 10% Rondinella and 10% Sangiovese. The deep ruby red color of the Ripassa, and the intense yet fine aromas come from the mixture of grapes. It is full-bodied, harmonic, and velvety on the palate



I VINI DOLCI