The restaurant has one of the largest collections of premium Italian wines, stored properly at the correct temperature, in our 10,000 bottle wine cellar. Even if you do not know much about wine, you can still have a fantastic wine experience by letting the sommeliers of the restaurant help you pick some great wines to go with your meal. Here are some fine wines we offer paired with the foods that they go well with. Barolo Goes well with beef, lamb, pasta, and risotto. Barolo is considered the king of red wines from Italy. It is made from the Nebbiolo grapes found in the northwestern part of Italy. This Italian red wines ages extremely well and it is good when first produced yet better when aged five to twenty years. Barbaresco Goes well with beef, cheese, wild game, lamb, and pasta. Barbaresco is from the same region of Piedmont Italy as Barolo. It is also made from the Nebbiolo grapes and has a delicate perfume when compared to Barolo. Brunello Goes well with beef and stew. Brunello is made from Sangiovese grapes from the Tuscany region of Italy. The vineyards are near a small village on a hillside called Montalcino. This is a complex wine with excellent aging potential. Amarone Goes well with beef, cheese, and lamb. Amarone is dry red wine made from native Italian grapes that are dried, which come from the Veneto region. It has a distinctive flavor that sets it apart from other sweeter red wines. Gattinara Goes well with beef, cheese, wild game, stew, and lamb. Gattinara comes from the Piedmont region and is made from Nebbiolo grapes. Many Italians like to drink this as a table wine while they wait for other finer wines from this region, such as Barbaresco and Barolo, to age properly. Rosso di Montalcino Goes well with beef and lamb. This wine is sometimes called a baby Brunello. It is made from the same Sangiovese grapes and released for sale one year after the harvest, while Brunello is allowed to age longer in the wine cellars. Chianti Classico Goes well with beef, lamb, pasta, and pizza. This is the best known Italian wine that has been enjoyed worldwide. It goes well with just about any meal, except fish dishes. It is named after the area where the grapes are grown. Barbera d’Asti Goes well with pasta and pizza. This wine is made from the red Barbera grapes. It has a slightly acidic taste mixed with a soft tannin flavor. It comes from the Piedmont area and is appreciated by many. Dolcetto d’Alba Goes well with pasta and pizza. This red wine from Piedmont has a stronger flavor that Barbera yet not as strong as the wines made from the Nebbiolo grapes. Lambrusco Goes well with antipasti. This sparkling wine has a dry flavor with a slight touch of bitterness. It is the perfect choice to enjoy on a hot summertime day. Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Goes well with cheese, cured meats, lamb, pizza, and pasta. The Abruzzo region produces this wine from the Montepulciano grapes. It is similar to the Barbera wine from the Piedmont region. It has a juice-like grape flavor and is often enjoyed with pizza.

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The restaurant has one of the largest collections of premium Italian wines, stored properly at the correct temperature, in our 10,000 bottle wine cellar. Even if you do not know much about wine, you can still have a fantastic wine experience by letting the sommeliers of the restaurant help you pick some great wines to go with your meal.

Here are some fine wines we offer paired with the foods that they go well with.

Barolo

Goes well with beef, lamb, pasta, and risotto.

Barolo is considered the king of red wines from Italy. It is made from the Nebbiolo grapes found in the northwestern part of Italy. This Italian red wines ages extremely well and it is good when first produced yet better when aged five to twenty years.

Barbaresco

Goes well with beef, cheese, wild game, lamb, and pasta.

Barbaresco is from the same region of Piedmont Italy as Barolo. It is also made from the Nebbiolo grapes and has a delicate perfume when compared to Barolo.

Brunello

Goes well with beef and stew.

Brunello is made from Sangiovese grapes from the Tuscany region of Italy. The vineyards are near a small village on a hillside called Montalcino. This is a complex wine with excellent aging potential.

Amarone

Goes well with beef, cheese, and lamb.

Amarone is dry red wine made from native Italian grapes that are dried, which come from the Veneto region. It has a distinctive flavor that sets it apart from other sweeter red wines.

Gattinara

Goes well with beef, cheese, wild game, stew, and lamb.

Gattinara comes from the Piedmont region and is made from Nebbiolo grapes. Many Italians like to drink this as a table wine while they wait for other finer wines from this region, such as Barbaresco and Barolo, to age properly.

Rosso di Montalcino

Goes well with beef and lamb.

This wine is sometimes called a baby Brunello. It is made from the same Sangiovese grapes and released for sale one year after the harvest, while Brunello is allowed to age longer in the wine cellars.

Chianti Classico

Goes well with beef, lamb, pasta, and pizza.

This is the best known Italian wine that has been enjoyed worldwide. It goes well with just about any meal, except fish dishes. It is named after the area where the grapes are grown.

Barbera d’Asti

Goes well with pasta and pizza.

This wine is made from the red Barbera grapes. It has a slightly acidic taste mixed with a soft tannin flavor. It comes from the Piedmont area and is appreciated by many.

Dolcetto d’Alba

Goes well with pasta and pizza.

This red wine from Piedmont has a stronger flavor that Barbera yet not as strong as the wines made from the Nebbiolo grapes.

Lambrusco

Goes well with antipasti.

This sparkling wine has a dry flavor with a slight touch of bitterness. It is the perfect choice to enjoy on a hot summertime day.

Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

Goes well with cheese, cured meats, lamb, pizza, and pasta.

The Abruzzo region produces this wine from the Montepulciano grapes. It is similar to the Barbera wine from the Piedmont region. It has a juice-like grape flavor and is often enjoyed with pizza.