Campari, House Vermouth, Prosecco
Old St. Pete Gin, Arugula Syrup, Tonic, Fresh Lime
Banyan Vodka, Turmeric, Fresh Lime, Ginger Beer
Tito’s Vodka, Montanaro Bianco, Beet Cordial, Fresh Lime
Fig Infused Appleton Estate, Demerara Sugar, Fresh Lime
Espolon Reposado, Cappelletti, St. Germain, Grapefruit, Himalayan Sea Salt
St. George Terroir Gin, Campari, Punt e Mes
Rittenhouse Rye, Maraschino, House Vermouth, Orange Bitters
Russell’s 10 Year, Bitters, Brian’s Simple Syrup
No other culture in the world is more defined by wine than Italy. Since the Etruscans, hedonistic pioneers and predecessors to the Romans, Italians have solidified their place in the world of wine. Our list, 100% Italian, is created to be enjoyed with, and enhanced by, food, family, and friends.
Elena Walch | Trentino-Alto Adige
Nozzole ‘Bruniche’ | Tuscany
Tasca D’Almerita Cavallo Delle Fate | Sicily
Tramin “Unterebner” | Trentino-Alto Adige
Antinori “Cervaro Della Salla” | Umbria
Suavia “Massififti” | Veneto
Masi Rosa | Veneto
Argiolas “Costera” | Sardegna
Castellare Chianti Classico Riserva “Il Poggiale” 2015 | Tuscany
Antonio & Elio Monti Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Torre Di Luna | Veneto
La Maialina “Gertrude” | Tuscany
Famiglia Cotarella “Sodale” | Lazio
Tua Rita “Rosso Dei Notri” | Tuscany
Travaglini Estate Gattinara | Piedmont
Banfi Aska | Tuscany
Tormaresca “Torcicoda” | Puglia
Poliziano Vino Nobile Di Montepulciano
Paolo Scavino Barolo D.O.C.G. 2015 | Piedmont
Terrabianca “Campaccio” | Tuscany
Frescobaldi Castel Giocondo Brunello Di Montalcino 2013
Casanova Neri Tenuta Nuova Brunello Di Montalcino 2014
Angelo Gaja Barbaresco 2015 | Piedmont
Cantina Del Notaio “L’Atto” Aglianico Del Vulture
Antinori Tignanello 2016 | Tuscany
Castello Dei Rampola Sammarco 2014 | Tuscany
Sassicaia 2016 | Bolgheri
Le Ragose D.O.C. 2008 | Veneto
Zenato D.O.C. 2013 | Veneto
White grape native to Southern Campania. Mediumbodied and rich with bright and aromatic notes of flowers and honey.
Made from the Cortese grape, Gavi is the crown jewel of Piedmont whites. Light, fruity, and crisp with notable minerality.
Native to the Veneto and principle grape of the Soave D.O.C. Medium bodied, juicy, and aromatic with apple and pear notes.
Planted throughout Central Italy, particularly in the region of Umbria. Medium-bodied, rich, and aromatic.
Native and exclusive to Sicily. Medium to full-bodied with notes of tropical fruit and citrus. Also, the principle grape in the sweet wine, Marsala.
A versatile, white with mass appeal planted throughout Italy, but predominantly in the north. Clear, bright and fruity with elegant minerality.
Made from Pinot Gris grapes. Italy’s most known and popular white wine, brightly acidic and dry with tropical fruit and almond notes. At its best in the northern, cooler climates.
One of the most widely planted white grapes in Italy. Deftly balanced with floral notes and distinct minerality. A worthy partner to the Garganega grape in the Soave D.O.C.
A white typically associated with Liguria, but up and coming in Tuscany and Sardinia. Savory with herbal notes. Finishing with flavors reminiscent of the Mediterranean.
The star red grape of Campania and Basilicata. Often called the Barolo of the south. Muscular and brooding with notes of cigar box and leather. Bold flavors of dark fruit and smoke.
From the Veneto region, one of Italy’s most unique and powerful reds. Made from dried, concentrated grapes (principally Corvina). Tempting notes of jam, cinnamon, and leather with a full, rich palate.
Originating in Piedmont, earthy with soft tannins and bright plush fruit. Aromas of dark berries and vanilla.
Descendant of Grenache and the most planted red grape on the island of Sardinia. Medium bodied with aromas of cherry, sage, and flowers.
“Little sweet one,” Dolcetto is at its best in the Piedmont region. Soft flavors of plush fruit and licorice with hints of violets.
Originated in Abruzzo. Deep in color. Rustic and aromatic with notes of currants, blackberry, and spice.
Native to Piedmont, stands shoulder to shoulder with Sangiovese as Italy’s most noble grape. Known for its stealth power, with notes of tar, dried cherries and roses. Nebbiolo is the key grape in Barbaresco and Barolo, as well as the lesser known, but compelling Gattinara.
The red grape for which the island of Sicily is famous. Seductive aromas of red fruits and spice with a round smoky palate reminiscent of Syrah.
Considered the predecessor to Zinfandel, the pride of southern situated Apulia. Full-bodied and juicy with moderate acidity and rich, dark fruit.
Italy’s leading red grape with multiple expressions. Medium to full bodied with aromas of black cherry, wood, smoke and herbs. Plays a starring role in Chianti, Brunello, Vino Nobile and many Super Tuscans.