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Appetizers

An appetizer is a small first course of an overall meal.

Bruschetta

$12

Diced tomato, olive oil, garlic and fresh basil on toast

  • Classic

3 Homemade Meatballs

$15

with marinara sauce and Parmesan cheese

  • Special

Homemade Fried Artichoke Hearts

$12

with lemon aioli

*Tenderloin Carpaccio

$18

thin slices of raw beef tenderloin with arugula, shaved Parmesan cheese, extra virgin olive oil

Grilled Sausage and Rapini

$16

Calabrese mild sausage with rapini sautéed in olive oil and garlic

Salads

*Caesar Salad

$13

traditional Caesar salad with homemade dressing and homemade focaccia croutonsFor 2 is $18.00

Caprese Salad

$16

fresh buffalo mozzarella served with tomatoes, roasted red bell peppers and basil

House Salad

$12

mixed greens with shaved carrots,

Parmesan cheese and balsamic vinaigrette dressing

For 2 is $17.00

Golden Beet Arugula Salad

$15 (N)

Golden Beets and arugula

with crumbled goat cheese, champagne vinaigrette dressing and candied pecans

Seafood Appetizers

Calamari Fritti – $18

$18

fried calamari and fried zucchini with marinara sauce and lemon wedge

*Scampi Paglia

$18

Shrimp pan sautéed with lemon, white wine, garlic, Italian parsley with shoestring potatoes

*Brodetto

$18

Fresh Black Mussells sautéed with a lightly spiced Marinara sauce with Crostini’s

Soups

Pasta Fagioli

$12

Tuscan bean soup

Desserts

Dessert is a course that concludes a main meal. The course usually consists of sweet foods and beverages, such as dessert wine or liqueurs, but may include coffee, cheeses, nuts, or other savory items. In some parts of the world, such as much of central and western Africa, there is no tradition of a dessert course to conclude a meal.

Tiramisu

$12.00

Famous homemade Tiramisu

NY Style Cheesecake

$12.00

Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée

$12.00

with vanilla beans

Tartufo

$10.00

Ball of Ice Cream with a Cherry inside and rolled in chocolate chips, then diced in quarters Chocolate OR Pistachio

Sicilian Style Cannoli

$7.00

Ricotta cheese mixed with candied Orange, Limoncello and finished with toasted Pistachio

Sorbetto

$8.00

Choice of Lemon, Raspberry

Drinks

Negroni

Barrel Aged Negroni

$14

Tanqueray, Campari, Cocchi di Torino Vermouth

Negroni Bianco

$14

Luxardo Bitter Bianco, Italicus,
Tanqueray London Dry Gin

Grand Boulevardier

$26

Campari, Pio Cesare Barolo Chinato,
Wild Turkey 101 Rye

Signature Cocktails

Nick’s Barrel Aged Manhattan

$16

Nick’s love for Rye Whiskey (Wild Turkey 101 Rye),
Sweet Vermouth Maraschino Cherry

Sicilian Old Fashion

$14

Amaro Averna from Sicily, Old Forester,
Cocktail and Sons Spiced Demerara Syrup

Whatsamatta Sour

$14

Two classics, one cocktail….Old Forester,
Lazzaroni Amaretto, homemade sweet and sour

Limoncello Drop

$12

Stoli VanillaVodka, Limoncello,
Vanilla Bean syrup

Espresso Mint Martini

$14

Barrel Aged Lucano Espresso Liqour ,Fernet
Branca Menta, float of Buffalo Trace Bourbon Cream

Almafi Margarita

$14

Deleon Blanco, Italicus Rosolio Aperitivo,
fresh lime juice, salted rim

Vespa

$14

Italian twist to a Vesper, Tanqueray 10,
Ketel One, Cocchi Americano

Sicilian Sun

$14

Sicilial Amaro Averna, Amaro Amaro,
H by Hine VSOP Cognac, fresh orange juice

Spritzer Aperitivos

Italian Spritz

$12

Prosecco, Martini Rossi Fiero
splash of soda, orange wedge

Italian Pink Lemonade

$12

Ramazzotti Rosato, Martini Rossi Fiero,
Prosecco, Sweet & Sour

Royal Spritz

$14

An Aperitivo for royalty; H by Hine Cognac, Italicus Rosolio Aperitivo and Prosecco

Rosé Sangria

$12

Rosé , Ketel One Peach and Orange Blossom ,
Cocktail and Son’s Fassionola Strawberry Syrup

Fish

Seafood is any form of sea life regarded as food by humans. Seafood prominently includes fish and shellfish.

Filet of Sole

$30

pan seared with lemon, white wine, garlic and capers served with seasonal vegetables

*Grilled Scottish Salmon

$32

sun-dried tomatoes, garlic, caper, cream sauce with orzo pasta and diced vegetables

Pasta

Pasta is a staple food of traditional Italian cuisine, with the first reference dating to 1154 in Sicily. It is also commonly used to refer to the variety of pasta dishes. Typically, pasta is a noodle made from an unleavened dough of a durum wheat flour mixed with water or eggs and formed into sheets or various shapes, then cooked by boiling or baking. It can also be made with flour from other cereals or grains. Pastas may be divided into two broad categories, dried (pasta secca) and fresh (pasta fresca).

Sicilian Eggplant Rollatine

$20

Gaetano’s mother’s Sicilian dish thinly sliced eggplant stuffed with angel hair, garlic, tomato basil, baked with marinara sauce, and cheese

Spaghetti & Meatballs

$24

with three homemade meatballs

Eggplant Parmigiana

$22

served with spaghetti marinara

Penne Arrabiata

$18

marinara sautéed with Calabrese spicy peppers

Penne alla Vodka

$20

vodka, tomato, cream sauce

*Capellini con Scampi

$26

angel hair pasta with 5 shrimp lemon, white wine and garlic sauce

*Linguine Vongole

$26

fresh Manila clams, white wine, garlic, Italian parsley

White OR Red Sauce

Zucchini Noodles

$18 (V)

with marinara sauce

Rigatoni alla Bolognese

$23

with homemade meat sauce

Spaghetti Carbonara

$23

pancetta, egg, onion, parmesan and pecorino romano cheese, black pepper

Homemade Pasta

Gnocchi

$24 (N)

delicious homemade potato dumpling pillows

Choice of Sauce: fresh tomato basil OR gorgonzola cheese

Add Bolognese for $5.00

Mezzaluna Ravioli

$24

half moon shaped ravioli

stuffed with veal and porcini mushrooms

peas, prosciutto, and porcini mushroom cream sauce

Ravioli Zucca

$22

butternut squash ravioli with roasted butternut squash, brown butter and sage

Ravioli Ricotta e Spinaci

$21

spinach and ricotta cheese ravioli with a fresh tomato basil sauce

Lasagna Bolognese

$23

Bolognese and béchamel layered lasagna

Fettuccine Alfredo

$23

Alfredo cream sauce and Parmesan cheese

Meat

A steak is a meat generally sliced perpendicular to the muscle fibers, potentially including a bone. Exceptions, in which the meat is sliced parallel to the fibers, include the skirt steak that is cut from the plate, the flank steak that is cut from the abdominal muscles, and the Silverfinger steak that is cut from the loin and includes three rib bones.

Chicken

Pollo Piccata

$26

lemon, white wine and capers

served with seasonal vegetables

Pollo Marsala

$28

mushroom marsala wine

served with seasonal vegetables

Pollo Parmigiana

$26

breaded chicken cutlet topped with marinara, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese served with spaghetti marinara

Steak

8oz Filet Mignon

$42

served with broccoli rabe, potatoes and Nebbiolo  demi-glace reduction sauce

Substitute Parmesan Risotto $10

Braised Beef Short Ribs

$38

deboned, braised in root vegetable, port wine

served with pappardelle pasta

Veal

Ossobucco Alla Milanese

$50

braised veal shank

with a root vegetable and red wine demiglace

served with saffron risotto

Veal Parmigiana

$30

veal cutlet lightly breaded and topped with marinara, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese

served with spaghetti marinara

Veal Scallopine

$30, $32, $30

Veal Piccata: lemon, white wine and capers

Veal Marsala: mushroom marsala wine

Veal Milanese: veal cutlet breaded and sautéed served with arugula and tomatoes

Side

Broccoli Rabe

$10

Sautéed Root Vegetables

$10

Grilled Calabrese Sausage

$12

Wine

Half Bottles

Pio Cesare

$105

Barolo DOCG| A Classic Style Barolo | structured,
harmonious, and elegant with soft tannins and balanced flavors |
ideal with beef carpaccio, mushrooms, duck, veal, and braised beef

Tenuta di Nozzole

$30

Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG | Toscana |
macerated cherries & fresh fruit with soft tannins| pairs well with
steak, red sauces, olive oil, and beans

Central Italy

Antinori “Pèppoli”

$50

Chianti Classico | Toscana| red fruit with
sandalwood, rosemary, and lavender | pairs well with full-flavored
dishes such as pappardelle in meat sauce

Castiglion del Bosco “Gauggiole”

$60

Rosso di Montalcino DOC |
Toscana | red fruit, citrus, & violet | extremely food-friendly; great
summer wine

Frescobaldi CastelGiocondo

$130

Brunello di Montalcino DOCG |
Toscana | wild cherry, red berries, orange peel, and violet with
fine-grained tannins and bright acidity | a wine built for food; pairs
beautifully with Bolognese sauce, lasagna, and red meats

San Felice “Il Grigio”

$110

Chianti Classico Gran Selezione DOCG |
Toscana | sweet violets and spicy tobacco leaf; full-bodied and
round with smooth, ripe tannins harmoniously integrated with
the acidity | perfect with meat dishes, game, red sauces, and cheese

San Filippo

$150

Brunello di Montalcino DOCG | Toscana | a
gorgeous, polished wine with a full body and velvety tannins;
cherry, leather, spice, orange peel, and carob aromas | wonderful
with rich meat dishes such as the osso bucco

Tenuta di Nozzole

$52

Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG | Toscana |
macerated cherries & fresh fruit with soft tannins| pairs well with
steak, red sauces, olive oil, and beans

Villa Medoro

$42

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC | Abruzzo | Tre
Bicchieri Award Winner| no oak; bright red and black cherry
with smooth tannins, leather, and spice | pair with red sauce,
sausage, and bolognese sauce

Northeast Italy

Livio Felluga “Vertigo”

$50

delle Venezie IGT | Red Blend of
Merlot & Cabernet Sauvignon | ripe cherry, raspberry, blackberry,
apricot, with vanilla and tobacco spice notes | pairs well with pork,
beef, and cheeses

Zenato

$135

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classico | bay leaf &
cured cherries | pairs well with braised beef short ribs, wild boar, osso
buco venison, and steak

Northwest Italy

Agricola Brandini “Rocche del Santo”

$50

Barbera d’Alba
Superiore DOC | Piemonte | organically farmed | intense bright
red fruit with exceptional structure and elegance, with hints of
cocoa and licorice | excellent with pasta dishes

Pio Cesare “Fides”

$100

Barbera d’ Alba Superiore| Piemonte |
blackberry, plum, black cherry, tobacco and mineral notes | juicy
and medium-bodied with assertive tannins and good acidity; pairs well
with rich dark meats, blue cheeses, mushrooms, root vegetables, and
braised greens

Cantine Santa Vittoria

$100

Barbaresco DOCG | Piemonte |
delicious; leather, rhubarb, strawberries, and raspberries| pair
with braised beef or game, mushrooms, and gorgonzola

Casa E. di Mirafiore

$100

Barolo DOCG | Piemonte| rose petals and
dried cherries with plum and spice; structured with a long finish
| pairs with mushrooms, braised lamb, osso buco, and veal

Southern Italy/ Islands

Feudi di San Gregorio

$52

Rubrato Aglianico | Campagna |
balanced density and texture with licorice and blackberry
character, ending with a delicate balsamic note | pairs well with
both red and white meats, eggplant Parmesan, and cheeses

Gulfi “Nerojbleo”

$50

Nero d’Avola | Sicilia | Organic | fresh
with a fleshy yet silky tannic structure | ripe black fruit,
undergrowth, anise, sandalwood, and licorice | perfectly
compliments mushroom risotto, eggplant dishes, and Italian sausages

Pietradolce “Archineri”

$90

Etna Rosso DOC | Sicilia | 100%
single-vineyard Nerello Mascalese | sour cherries, crushed
raspberries, orange peel and walnut oil; medium-bodied with
great structure | extremely food-friendly and versatile; pairs with red
meat, pork, tuna, and salmon; also pairs well with red sauces and a
variety of pastas

Stemmari

$40

Nero d’Avola | Sicilia | currant, wild strawberries,
and pomegranate | pairs well with risotto, cheese pastas, eggplant, &
lamb

Stemmari

$40

Pinot Noir | Sicilia | blackberries, wild strawberries,
cherries, and spice | pairs well with pasta with meat sauce, red meat,
and cheeses

Super Tuscans

Antinori “Tignanello”

$250

Toscana| The original Super-Tuscan! |
Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, & Cabernet Franc | ripe red
fruits with fresh blackberry and wild berries; vanilla, dark
chocolate, and light spice | pairs with herbed meats and mushrooms,
and rich tomato-based dishes such as lasagna

Carpineta Fontalpino “Do ut des”

$100

Toscana | Sangiovese,
Merlot, & Cabernet Sauvignon | an extremely pretty red with
blackberry, currant and light dark chocolate; medium to full body,
fine tannins and a long and polished finish; fresh and very clean;
a beauty | pair with steak, lamb, bolognese, cheese, or white beans

Mazzei “Philip”

$80

Toscana | 100% Cabernet Sauvignon | flavors
of black cherry, balsamic herbs, dried flowers, and lightly toasted
oak | pair with beef, duck, game, and blue cheeses such as gorgonzola

Tenuta Guado al Tasso “Il Bruciato”

$75

Toscana | Merlot,
Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, & Petit Verdot |
dark fresh fruit, spices, and tobacco | pairs exceptionally well with
wild boar, short ribs, and other rich braised dishes

Tenuta San Guido “Sassicaia”

$450

Bolgheri Sassicaia DOC |
Toscana | Cabernet Sauvignon & Cabernet Franc | The
Legendary Wine | intense cedar and spice nose with generous
blackcurrant and bramble fruit on the palate; incredible
drinkability thanks to its cool minerality and super-fine tannic
structure | pair with structured food in rich sauces such as wild boar
ragú, duck breast à l’orange, filet mignon in a red wine sauce, & osso
buco

Italian White Wines

Agricola Punica Samas

$50

80% Vermentino, 20% Chardonnay |
Sardinia | Aromatic & Flavorful | papaya and mango with
undertones of lemon, lime, and melon | enjoy with pasta & shellfish

Dogajolo

$42

Rosé of Sangiovese| Toscana | fresh flowers, apple,
currants, & sour cherry | pairs well with fresh tomatoes, grilled
seafood, poultry, and veal

La Mesma Black Label

$65

Cortese | Gavi del Comune di Gavi
DOCG | spring blossom, hay, and white stone fruit | perfect
aperitivo or with seafood, fish, chicken, or vegetables

Planeta “Cometa”

$100

Fiano | Sicilia Menfi DOC | an outstanding
wine; full, aromatic, and mineral with notes of chamomile, hay,
ripe apricots, thyme, mango, and pomelo | absolutely excellent with
grilled fish and shrimp

Stemmari

$42

Chardonnay | Sicilia | slightly ripened peach & pear
with notes of yellow flowers | enjoy with antipasti, shellfish, and
fried appetizers

Venica & Venica “Jesera”

$50

Pinot Grigio DOC Collio| SkinContact Wine | brilliant copper color, notes of white flowers,
ginger, pink pepper, pear, and apple | pairs especially well with
charcuterie, grilled fish, and risotto

Villa Sparina

$44

Cortese | Gavi del Comune di Gavi DOCG| Full
and Rich yet Mineral and Refreshing | dried pineapple, peach,
and white flowers | perfect with fish and vegetarian dishes

Cabernet Sauvignon

Clos Pegase “Hommage”

$200

Napa Valley | 100% Cabernet
Sauvignon | lightly toasted oak and vanilla with luscious black
cherry, blackberry, and cocoa; soft acidity and bold tannins | pair
with steak, lamb, and braised meats such as osso buco

DAOU

$58

Paso Robles | currant, black cherry, cedar, &
eucalyptus | delicious as a cocktail wine or paired with steak, lamb,
and mushrooms

Frank Family Vineyards

$120

Napa Valley | black cherry, cocoa,
hazelnut, baked plums, and cloves | pairs well with steak, short ribs,
portobello mushrooms, and lamb

Kiona Vineyards

$62

Red Mountain | plum, blackberry, cedar,
nutmeg, and black pepper | pairs with braised red meat like lamb and
beef, as well as pork and veal

Nickel & Nickel C. C. Ranch

$180

Napa Valley | plum, ripe
raspberry, with floral aromatics | delicious alone or pairs well with
grilled red meat such as steak or lamb

California Red Blends

DAOU “Pessimist”

$58

Paso Robles | blue and red fruit, purple
flowers, vanilla, and buttered toast | pairs well with grilled meats
and pasta with red sauce

Merlot

Kiona Vineyards

$62

Red Mountain | black cherry, spiced plum,
baking spices, and violet| pairs well with tomato based dishes, Italian
entrées, red meat, and poultry

Provenance

$60

Napa Valley | lush red fruit and spice with a soft,
silky texture| very versatile: wonderful as a cocktail wine or paired
with beef or lamb; fabulous with mushrooms

Petite Sirah

Robert Biale Vineyards “Royal Punishers”

$90

Napa Valley | medium-bodied with soft tannins and bright acidity; red plum,
quince, violets, figs, molasses, and blackberry | pair with red meat,
game, blue cheese such as gorgonzola, eggplant, and mushrooms

Pinot Noir

Sean Minor

$60

Sonoma County | medium-bodied; wild
strawberries, bright cherries, and a hint of oak | goes well with
everything; exceptional with lasagna

St. Francis

$50

Sonoma County | juicy and medium-bodied with
hints of cherry cola, raspberry, clove, and licorice | pairs
exceptionally well with the rollatini and other eggplant dishes

Zinfandel

St. Francis “Old Vines”

$52

Sonoma County | raspberries,
blackberry, and cranberry with anise and cinnamon | pairs well
with sausage and other bold flavors

St. Francis Reserve Zinfandel

$90

Sonoma County | dark, crushed
berries, melted chocolate, and baking spices | delicious with braised
meat and rich sauces such as short ribs

Chardonnay

DAOU Reserve

$75

Paso Robles | full-bodied with tropical fruit,
grapefruit, peach, apricot, butter, and vanilla notes | pairs
exceptionally with rich seafood such as scallops and crab; or with buttery
sauces such as scampi and fettuccine alfredo

Cakebread Cellars

$80

Napa Valley | ripe golden apple, white
peach, and notes of oak balanced by fresh acidity, a clean finish,
and appealing mineral notes | extremely versatile food-pairing wine;
especially wonderful with salads and with scallops

Ferrari-Carano

$50

Sonoma County |citrus, peach, orange blossom,
vanilla, and graham cracker | pairs well with butter and cream
sauces, basil, & nuts

Mayacamas Vineyards

$100

Mt. Veeder, Napa Valley | lime zest, wet
slate, fresh vanilla, and lemon candy | pair this big wine with rich
fish such as salmon, creamy pasta dishes, pork, and white meat

Sauvignon Blanc

Cakebread Cellars

$60

Sauvignon Blanc | Napa Valley | citrus and
tropical fruits with bright acidity and a flinty vein of minerality|
stands up well to shrimp, crab, and vegetable dishes

Red Wines

Antinori “Tignanello”

$250

Super-Tuscan

Feudi di San Gregorio

$52

Rubrato Aglianico

Frank Family Vineyards

$32, $120 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa Valley

Pio Cesare “Fides”

$100

Barbera d’ Alba Superiore

San Filippo

$150

Brunello di Montalcino DOCG

Tenuta Guado al Tasso “Il Bruciato”

$20, $75 per Bottle

Super Tuscan

White Wines

Berlucchi ’61 Nature, 2012

$120

Franciacorta DOCG

DAOU

$18, $75 per Bottle

Reserve Chardonnay | Paso Robles

La Mesma Black Label

$65

Gavi del Comune di Gavi DOCG

Planeta “Cometa”

$100

Fiano | Sicilia Menfi DOC

Marchesi Incisa “Felice”

$12, $46 per Bottle

Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Venica & Venica “Jesera”

$13, $50 per Bottle

Pinot Grigio DOC Collio

Sparkling Wine

Berlucchi ’61 Nature, 2012

$120

Franciacorta DOCG | Lombardia |
Zero-Dosage | 70% Chardonnay, 30% Pinot Noir | bone dry with
ripe yellow fruit and candied citrus that melt into fragrant pan
brioche; richly flavored with a full body and vibrant acidity|
delicious throughout a meal; pairs perfectly with antipasto and main
courses of fish, chicken, and veal

Marchesi Incisa “Felice”

$46

Moscato d’Asti DOCG | Piemonte |
elegantly sweet with light effervescence; light and clean finish;
notes of peaches, white flowers, grapefruit, and sage | perfect to
start or end the meal; delicious as an aperitif or with dessert

Val d’Oca

$40

Prosecco DOC | bright citrus, white stone fruits,
apple, and wild flowers with a soft finish | ideal aperitif; pair with
pasta or fresh seafood

Vueve Clicquot

$110

Yellow Label | Champagne | yellow and white
fruit, vanilla, and toasty brioche | wonderful aperitif, pairs well with
seafood, salmon, pasta, and Parmesan cheese

Domestic Red Wines

DAOU

$15, $58 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Paso Robles | Structured &
Harmonious | currant, black cherry, cedar, & eucalyptus |
delicious as a cocktail wine or paired with steak, lamb, and mushrooms

DAOU “Pessimist”

$15, $58 per Bottle

Red Blend | Paso Robles| Luscious &
Strong | blue and red fruit, purple flowers, vanilla, and buttered
toast | pairs well with grilled meats and pasta with red sauce

Frank Family Vineyards

$32, $120 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa Valley |
Sumptuous & Seductive | black cherry, cocoa, hazelnut, baked
plums, and cloves | pairs well with steak, short ribs, portobello
mushrooms, and lamb

Kiona Vineyards

$16, $62 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Red Mountain |
Powerful & Opulent | plum, blackberry, cedar, nutmeg, and black
pepper | pairs with braised red meat like lamb and beef, as well as pork
and veal

Kiona Vineyards

$16, $62 per Bottle

Merlot | Red Mountain | Elegant & Complex
| black cherry, spiced plum, baking spices, and violet| pairs well
with tomato based dishes, Italian entrées, red meat, and poultry

Nickel & Nickel C. C. Ranch

$47, $180 per Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon | Napa
Valley| Approachable & Mouthwatering | plum, ripe raspberry,
with floral aromatics | delicious alone or pairs well with grilled red
meat such as steak or lamb

Domestic White Wines & Sparkling Wines

Mumm

$16

Sparkling | Brut | Napa Valley | Relaxed & Elegant |
citrus, red apple, stone fruit, & vanilla spice | pairs with crab,
salmon, green salads, chicken, and vegetables | 187mL

Cakebread Cellars

$16, $60 per Bottle

Sauvignon Blanc | Napa Valley | Zesty &
Bright | citrus and tropical fruits with bright acidity and a flinty
vein of minerality| stands up well to shrimp, crab, and vegetable
dishes

DAOU

$18, $75 per Bottle

Reserve Chardonnay | Paso Robles| Buttery & Lush |
full-bodied with tropical fruit, grapefruit, peach, apricot, butter,
and vanilla notes | pairs exceptionally with rich seafood such as
scallops and crab; or with buttery sauces such as scampi, fettuccine
alfredo, or dishes prepared with a piccata sauce

Ferrari-Carano

$14, $52 per Bottle

Chardonnay | Sonoma County| Full-Bodied &
Delightful | citrus, peach, orange blossom, vanilla, and graham
cracker | pairs well with butter and cream sauces, basil, & nuts

Italian Red Wines

Castiglion del Bosco “Gauggiole”

$16, $60 per Bottle

Rosso di Montalcino DOC |
Sangiovese | Toscana | Young & Refreshing | red fruit, citrus, &
violet | extremely food-friendly; great summer wine

Frescobaldi CastelGiocondo

$34, $130 per Bottle

Brunello di Montalcino DOCG |
Sangiovese | Toscana | wild cherry, red berries, orange peel, and
violet with fine-grained tannins and bright acidity | a wine built
for food; pairs beautifully with Bolognese sauce, lasagna, and red meats

Stemmari

$11, $40 per Bottle

Nero d’Avola | Sicilia | Rich & Structured | currant,
wild strawberries, and pomegranate | pairs well with risotto, cheese
pastas, eggplant, and lamb

Stemmari

$11, $40 per Bottle

Pinot Noir | Sicilia | Delicate & Fruity |
blackberries, wild strawberries, cherries, and spice | pairs well
with pasta with meat sauce, red meat, and cheeses

Tenuta di Nozzole

$14, $52 per Bottle

Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG | Toscana |
macerated cherries & fresh fruit with soft tannins| pairs well with
steak, red sauces, olive oil, and beans

Tenuta Guado al Tasso “Il Bruciato”

$20, $75 per Bottle

Toscana| Super-Tuscan|
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Cabernet Franc, & Petit
Verdot | dark fresh fruit, spices, and tobacco | pairs exceptionally
well with wild boar, short ribs, and other rich braised dishes

Villa Medoro

$11, $42 per Bottle

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC | Abruzzo | Tre
Bicchieri Award Winner| no oak; bright red and black cherry
with smooth tannins, leather, and spice | pair with red sauce,
sausage, and bolognese sauce

Zenato

$35, $135 per Bottle

Amarone della Valpolicella DOCG Classico | Intense &
Ethereal | bay leaf & cured cherries | pairs well with braised beef
short ribs, wild boar, venison, and steak

Italian White, Rosé, and Sparkling Wines

Agricola Punica Samas

$13, $50 per Bottle

80% Vermentino, 20% Chardonnay |
Sardinia | Aromatic & Flavorful | papaya and mango with
undertones of lemon, lime, and melon | enjoy with pasta & shellfish

Dogajolo

$11, $42 per Bottle

Rosé of Sangiovese| Toscana | Dry, Elegant, & Fruity
| fresh flowers, apple, currants, & sour cherry | pairs well with
fresh tomatoes, grilled seafood, poultry, and veal

Marchesi Incisa “Felice”

$12, $46 per Bottle

Moscato d’Asti DOCG | Piemonte |
elegantly sweet with light effervescence; light and clean finish;
notes of peaches, white flowers, grapefruit, and sage | perfect to
start or end the meal; delicious as an aperitif or with dessert

Rosa Regale

$12

Brachetto d’ Acqui | Piemonte | Unique & Festive
| sparkling sweet red wine with strawberry, raspberry, and rose |
delicious aperitif or pairs well with spicy foods, pork, bitter greens,
cheese, desserts, and chocolate | 187mL

Stemmari

$11, $42 per Bottle

Chardonnay | Sicilia | Tart & Fresh | slightly
ripened peach & pear with notes of yellow flowers | enjoy with
antipasti, shellfish, and fried appetizers

Val d’Oca

$11, $40 per Bottle

Prosecco DOC | Crisp & Sparkling | bright citrus,
white stone fruits, apple, and wild flowers with a soft finish | ideal
aperitif; pair with pasta or fresh seafood

Venica & Venica “Jesera”

$13, $50 per Bottle

Pinot Grigio DOC Collio | Skin-Contact Wine | brilliant copper color, notes of white flowers,
ginger, pink pepper, pear, and apple | pairs especially well with
charcuterie, grilled fish, and risotto

Villa Sparina

$12, $44 per Bottle

Cortese | Gavi del Comune di Gavi DOCG| Full
and Rich yet Mineral and Refreshing | dried pineapple, peach,
and white flowers | perfect with fish and vegetarian dishes

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