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    River North (Chicago)

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RPM Italian - Chicago

RPM Italian is modern in approach and Italian in spirit, featuring a contemporary menu with dishes meant to be shared. At its core is the pasta program with more than a dozen different fresh artisan pastas made by hand every day. Other menu highlights include a wide selection of antipasti, crudo, steaks and chops, simply-grilled fish and Italian classics all perfect for sharing.

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      Main Dining Room Reservation

      This reservation is for a table in our indoor dining room equipped with airPHX antibacterial air treatment.

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      RPM Italian Chef's Table

      Join us for a pre-selected, three course experience featuring some of our chefs' favorite menu items. Menus may be tailored to accommodate dietary restrictions upon requests and all beverages will

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      RPM Italian’s White Truffle Wine Dinner

      RPM Italian presents a food and wine dinner dedicated to the celebrated White Truffle, paired with some of Italy’s most famous wines including Barbaresco. Enjoy these luxurious ingredients and

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      RPM Italian Thanksgiving Day Feast for 2

      Celebrate Thanksgiving at home with a delicious feast for two to-go from RPM Italian. Offerings include Slagel Family Farm Turkey and an array of traditional holiday accompaniments for the table

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      RPM Italian Thanksgiving Day Feast for 4

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RPM Italian

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Rancic,

Hey there - us again. We don’t know if you remember, but we wrote a review on RPM Steak a few months back. In case you didn’t catch it, a quick summary is “wanted to hate it but couldn’t because it’s wonderful.” It’s not that we dislike you. In fact, we think you’re both quite charming and entertaining. But we were pretty adamant that there was no way reality TV vets could execute a Chicago steakhouse well. The formula just didn’t add up, but you proved us wrong.

And then you f*cking did it again for us with delicious Italian food.

How do you do it? No seriously, how do you do it? We pride ourselves on not falling victim to herd mentality. Things like celebrity endorsements and mega- bucks backed promotion go against our religion. Butyou make great restaurants, and we keep going back to try more things. Mama DePandi’s Bucatini? Excellent. Eggplant parm? We didn’t even like eggplant before coming here. Tartufo? We’ll take six.

We’re not writing this letter to proclaim our love for the food (it’s great), the space (we’re very into it), or the service (at the very minimum, we would like to be Facebook friends with the charming wait staff). We’re writing this letter because you’ve sent us into quite a tailspin. We didn’t think you could do it once, let alone twice. We’re starting to question everything. We’ve downloaded every Kardashian app (there are 5). We’re listening to “Tardy for the Party” on endless loop. And our Amazon basket is filled with every product from Snooki’s tanning line.

Please send help.

Warm Bread

Okay, you’re paying for bread, but it’s really good bread. And who can pass up fresh homemade ricotta?

Imported Burrata

A tasty burrata that goes to show that a classic dish executed perfectly doesn’t need to be messed with.

Prosciutto Tortelloni

A delicious pasta that’s a little bit on the smaller side. But the ricotta and broth is quite rich so it should suffice.

Shredded Brussels Sprouts Salad

A heavy-handed portion of lightly dressed, crunchy, shredded brussels sprouts and avocado. We’re fans.

Giuliana’s Italian Salad

Got us again, Giules. This smorgasboard of a salad has meats, cheeses, peppers, olives, and tomatoes.

Pappardelle Bolognese

The pecorino is abundant in this salty, meaty pasta dish. Split an order for the table.

Handmade Cavatelli

Handmade noodles with pork AND beef ragu? And a generous dollop of ricotta? Yes please.

Mama DePandi’s Bucatini

If this is what Mama DePandi is whipping up in the kitchen, count us in for the next holiday gathering at the Rancic’s. Delicious, flavorful, and hearty.

Eggplant Parmesan

So cheesy and bubbly you’ll forget you’re eating a vegetable. At least you got the eggplant parm instead of the chicken parm, right? Right?

Hazelnut Tartufo

You have to order this because if you don’t you’ll be overcome with immense jealousy when these giant chocolate hazelnut balls pass by your table. When you crack through the chocolate shell to the ice cream inside, you won’t regret it.

Sours: https://www.theinfatuation.com/chicago/reviews/rpm-italian
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RPM Steak

Located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, RPM Steak is a modern take on the traditional steakhouse and features a contemporary, chef-driven menu, an award-winning wine list and a well-curated craft cocktail program. The sister restaurant to RPM Italian, RPM Steak marks the second collaboration between partners RJ, Jerrod and Molly Melman, celebrity couple Bill and Giuliana Rancic. The space itself is an impressive 11, square feet and boasts an elegant sunken dining room with classic

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      RPM Steak Chef's Table

      Join us for a pre-selected, three course experience featuring some of our chefs' favorite menu items. Menus may be tailored to accommodate dietary restrictions upon requests and all beverages will

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      RPM Steak Thanksgiving for Two

      Celebrate Thanksgiving at home with a delicious feast to go from RPM Steak. Offerings include Slagel Family Farm Turkey and an array of traditional holiday accompaniments for the table including

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      RPM Steak Thanksgiving for Four

      Celebrate Thanksgiving at home with a delicious feast to go from RPM Steak. Offerings include Slagel Family Farm Turkey and an array of traditional holiday accompaniments for the table including

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Hours and location

Private Events

If you are interested in learning more about our offerings, please fill out the request form and we will contact you to discuss details.

Request informationSours: https://www.exploretock.com/rpmsteak

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RPM Italian Chicago

Mama DiPandi's Bucatini

Located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, RPM Italian is modern in approach and Italian in spirit, featuring a contemporary menu with dishes meant to be shared.

The sister restaurant to RPM Steak and RPM Seafood, RPM Italian marks the first collaboration between partners RJ, Jerrod and Molly Melman of Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises and celebrity couple Giuliana & Bill Rancic.

About Us

Dinner

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Fresh Daily Specials

Veal & Pork RagùHousemade Mafaldine, Imported Caciocavallo27

Shrimp ScampiLobster butter, Roasted garlic & Citrus Breadcrumb22

Antipasti

Prime Beef MeatballsRoasted Garlic, Parmesan16

Prime Beef Meatballs

Roasted Nardello PeppersNichols Farm, Wild Oregano12

Roasted Nardello Peppers

Wagyu Steak TartareBeeman Ranch, Vacche Rosse21

Wagyu Steak Tartare

Mediterranean OctopusChickpeas, Celery24

Mediterranean Octopus

Zucchini FrittiCremini Mushrooms, Herb Yogurt15

Zucchini Fritti

Big Eye Tuna CrudoCrispy Artichoke, Petite Basil20

Big Eye Tuna Crudo

Tomato & Stracciatella BruschettaHousemade Ciabatta, Petite Basil14

Tomato & Stracciatella Bruschetta

Warm Bread

Whipped Ricotta & HoneyHousemade Whole Wheat Focaccia14

Whipped Ricotta & Honey

Truffled Garlic BreadParmigiano-Reggiano12

Truffled Garlic Bread

San Daniele - Day Aged ProsciuttoHousemade Bread, Chianti Butter22

San Daniele - Day Aged Prosciutto

Salads

Shredded Brussels SproutsAvocado, Mama Lil's Peppers14

Shredded Brussels Sprouts

RPM Caesar Salad*Parmigiano Reggiano, Focaccia Croutons14

RPM Caesar Salad*

Giuliana's Italian SaladFresh Mozzarella, Salumim, Pepperoncini13

Giuliana's Italian Salad

Burrata PanzanellaHeirloom Tomato, Tuscan Olive Oil18

Burrata Panzanella

Housemade Pasta

Mama DePandi's BucatiniPomodoro, Genovese Basil16

Mama DePandi's Bucatini

Carbonara*Spaghetti, Black Pepper Pancetta, Egg Yolk19

Carbonara*

Maine Lobster RisottoAcquerello Rice, Lemon38

Maine Lobster Risotto

Spicy King CrabSquid Ink Spaghetti, Fresno Chili28

Spicy King Crab

Butternut Squash AgnolottiBrown Butter, Hazelnuts20

Butternut Squash Agnolotti

Cacio e PepeToasted Pepper, Pecorino Romano17

Cacio e Pepe

Short Rib BolognesePappardelle, Rosemary26

Short Rib Bolognese

Ricotta CavatelliPork & Beef Ragù21

Ricotta Cavatelli

Steaks & Chicken

Center Cut 8 oz. Filet Mignon*All Natural Creekstone Beef52

Center Cut 8 oz. Filet Mignon*

Painted Hills Ribeye*Bone-In, 20oz, Oregon62

Painted Hills Ribeye*

Wagyu New York StripBeeman Ranch, Harwood, TX76

Berkshire Pork ChopCatalpa Grove Farm, Dwight, IL30

Prime Dry-Aged Bistecca Fiorentina*Tuscany's Famous Sliced Porterhouse Serves Two to Four

Prime Dry-Aged Bistecca Fiorentina*

Italian Classics

Spaghetti & MeatballPomodoro, Basil22

Spaghetti & Meatball

Eggplant Parmesan alla MioniFresh Mozzarella, Seasoned Breadcrumbs21

Eggplant Parmesan alla Mioni

Chicken Vesuvio al FornoCrispy Potato, Lemon30

Chicken Vesuvio al Forno

Chicken ParmesanAged Parmigiano-Reggiano32

Chicken Parmesan

Seafood

Roasted Ora King Salmon*Sicilian Pistachio Pesto45

Roasted Alaskan HalibutMarinated Tomato, Baby Bell Pepper39

Grilled Giant PrawnsOlive Oil, Fresh Herbs36

Grilled Giant Prawns

Wild Caught SwordfishMeyer Lemon, Fennel32

Mediterranean Branzino Filet*Capers, Green Olive Salsa Verde34

Sides

Spicy Broccolini11

Spicy Broccolini

Crispy Brussels Sprouts11

Crispy Brussels Sprouts

Garlic-Whipped Potatoes10

Garlic-Whipped Potatoes

Hen of the Woods Mushrooms12

Please advise the restaurant of any dietary restrictions and allergies when dining in or placing a carry out order. Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish, or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness. All items are subject to availability. | A 3% processing fee is added to all guest checks. This fee may be removed upon your request.

Wine Menu

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Wines by the Glass

Sparkling Wine

Prosecco, Giuliana, Extra Dry, NV13

Prosecco Rosé, Bisol, "Jeio"14

Brut Champagne, Charles Heidsieck, "Brut Réserve", NV29

White Wine

Pinot Grigio, Artiglio Bianco, Friuli Grave,

Gavi, Fontanassa, "Cà Adua",

Riesling, Boundary Breaks, "O.L.N.", Finger Lakes,

Sauvignon, Natale Verga, Veneto,

Lugana, Cà dei Frati, "I Frati",

Chardonnay, Pitars, Friuli Grave,

Chardonnay, Shafer, "Red Shoulder Ranch", Carneros,

Rosé Wine

Etna, Graci,

Toscana, Villa Calcinaia,

Red Wine

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Campo dei Sogni,

Barbera d'Asti, Tenuta Olim Bauda, "La Villa",

Pinot Noir, Three Kings, Edna Valley,

Pinot Noir, George, "Ceremonial", Russian River Valley,

Etna, Girolamo Russo, "'a Rina",

Chianti Classico, Cinciano,

Cabernet Franc, Fernanda Cappello, Friuli Grave,

Barolo, Franco Molino,

Barolo, Costa di Bussia, "Luigi Arnulfo",

"Super Tuscan", Le Macchiole, "Bolgheri Rosso", Bolgheri,

"Super Tuscan", Marchesi Antinori, "Tignanello", Toscana,

Cabernet Sauvignon, 22 Hundred Cellars, "52W", Paso Robles,

Sparkling Wine

Sparkling Wine Half Bottles

Brut Champagne, Krug, "Grand Cuvée", NVBin

Rosé Champagne, Gosset, "Grand Rosé, NV

Featured Spumante Brut

Ca' del Bosco, "Cuvée Prestige", NVChampagne has a rival-- the Italian sparkling wine zone Franciacorta. Not just following, but enforcing even stricter laws than Champagne, Franciacorta proves itself an apt competitor in the contest of the world's greatest sparkling wines. Using Pinot Nero, Pinot Bianco, and Chardonnay, the region remains relatively obscure, awarding its followers with great value. Ca' del Bosco has been a leader in Franciacorta production and consistently represents quality and pride for these great Lombardian wines

Prosecco

Prosecco, Adami, "Garbél", NVBin

Prosecco, Giuliana, Extra Dry, NVBin

Prosecco Rosé, Bisol, "Jeio", Bin

Prosecco Rosé, Pitars, NVBin

Champagne & Sparkling Wine

Brut Champagne, Charles Heidsieck, "Brut Reserve", NVBin

Brut Champagne, Krug, "Grand Cuvéeème Édition", NVBin

Brut Champagne, Marc Hébrart, "Cuvée de Réserve", NVBin

Brut Champagne, Pierre Gimonnet, "Cuis 1er Cru", NVBin

Brut Franciacorta, Barone Pizzini, "Animante", NVBin

Brut Franciacorta, Ca' del Bosco, "Cuvée Prestige", NVBin

Brut Maremma Toscana, San Rabano, NVBin

Rosé Champagne, H. Billot et Fils, NVBin

Rosé Franciacorta, Contadi Castaldi, NVBin

Vintage Champagne & Sparkling Wine

Brut Champagne, Claude Cazals, "Le Clos Cazals", Bin

Brut Champagne, Dom Pérignon, Bin

Brut Champagne, H. Blin, Bin

Brut Champagne, Perrier-Jouët, "Belle Epoque", Bin

Brut Champagne, Piper Heidsieck, "Rare", Bin

Brut Franciacorta, Ca' del Bosco, "Annamaria Clementi", Bin

Brut Franciacorta, Le Marchesine, "Satèn Millesimato", Bin

Brut Sparkling Wine, Caraccioli, Sta. Lucia Highlands, Bin

Brut Sparkling Wine, Schramsberg, "J Schram", N. Coast, Bin

Brut Spumante, Contratto, "Millesimato", Bin

Erbaluce di Caluso, Cieck, "Metodo Classico", Bin

White Wine

Featured White Half Bottle

Pinot Blanc, R. Sinskey, Los Carneros, Dr. Robert Sinskey founded his winery in Napa Valley in with a vision to make balanced wines intended to pair well with cuisine. Sinskey reminisces that wine culture at the time felt more like a competitive sport where bigger is always better, and high scores from critics drove the American wine market. Pinot Blanc (or Pinot Bianco to our Italian bretheren), is a grape that is best appreciated for its subtleties, unlike its more broad-shouldered "competitor", oaked California Chardonnay. Sinskey proudly produces this limited label only releasing the Pinot Blanc in half bottles and magnums because, in his own words, "You should either start with it or party with it!"59

Half Bottles of White Wine

Pinot Blanc, Robert Sinskey, Los Carneros, Bin

Paestum Fiano, San Salvatore, "Pian di Stio", Bin

Italian White Wines

Featured Piemontese White

Langhe, Paolo Scavino, "Sorriso", Recently named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its vineyard landscape, the Langhe region of Piedmont is one of the most favorable places for growing vines in the world. Met with the grandeur of endless folding hillsides planted predominantly to indigenous grapes, it's tempting for one to imagine almost ANY grape variety's potential to thrive there. "Sorriso" is a unique blend of international grape varieties not typical for the region. While traditionalists may argue that only local grapes fully express the sacred terroir of the Langhe, Scavino saw the potential to expand the magic of Piedmont by this beautifully fresh and vibrant expression of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Viognier. Cin cin e Sorriso!54

Piedmont White

Erbaluce di Caluso, Cieck, "Misobolo", Bin

Gavi, Fontanassa, "Cà Adua", Bin

Gavi, Villa Sparina, Bin

Langhe, Chardonnay, Gaja, "Gaia & Rey", Bin

Langhe, Chardonnay, Massolino, Bin

Langhe, Favorita, Negro, "Onorata", Bin

Langhe, Paolo Scavino, "Sorriso", Bin

Langhe, Paolo Scavino, "Sorriso", Bin

Langhe, Riesling, G.D. Vajra, "Petracine", Bin

Lombardy White

Curtefranca, Bellavista, "Uccellanda", Bin

Terrazze Retiche di Sondrio, Nino Negri, "Ca'Brione", Bin

Alto Adige Whites

Pinot Bianco, Peter Zemmer, Bin

Gruner Veltliner, Eisacktaller Kellerei, Valle Isarco, Bin

Veneto White

Lugana, Cà dei Frati, "I Frati", Bin

Lugana, Ca' Lojera, Bin

Soave, Fattori, "Motto Piane", Bin

Soave, Fattori, "Motto Piane", Bin

Soave Classico, Prà, "Otto", Bin

Veneto, Pinot Grigio, Il Conti, Bin

Veneto, Sauvignon, Natale Verga, Bin

Featured Fruili White

Venica & Venica, "Ronco del Cero", Collio, Sauvignon Blanc is truly an international star. With roots in Bordeaux the grape now calls six continents home; with perhaps the most famous iterations now coming from Marlborough or Sancerre. Naturally one may conclude that the grape is a transplant to the Collio region In actuality the grape has been in Collio's rolling hills of sandstone and marl long enough, for over a century, for it to adapt and evolve unique genetic traits to the region! Thanks to the Venica family for planting the varietal in the s, they now call Sauvignon indigenous

Friuli Venezia Giulia White

Collio, Pinot Grigio, Livio Felluga, Bin

Collio, Sauvignon, Venica & Venica, "Ronco del Cero", Bin

Friuli Colli Orientali, Chardonnay, Miani, "Palis", Bin

Friuli Colli Orientali, Friulano, Miani, "Buri", Bin

Friuli Colli Orientali, Ribolla Gialla, Miani, "Pettarin", Bin

Friuli Colli Orientali, Sauvignon, Miani, "Saurint", Bin

Friuli Grave, Chardonnay, Pitars, Bin

Friuli Grave, Chardonnay, Pitars, Bin

Friuli Grave, Pinot Grigio, Artiglio Bianco, Bin

Venezia Giulia, Chardonnay, Kante, Bin

Venezia Giulia, Friulano, Simon di Brazzan, "Simon", Bin

Venezia Giulia, Gravner, "Anfora Breg", Bin

Venezia Giulia, Malvasia Istriana, Vignai da Duline, "C.I.", Bin

Venezia Giulia, Malvasia Istriana, Vignai da Duline, "C.I.", Bin

Venezia Giulia, Scarbolo, "My Time", Bin

Liguria White

Colli di Luni, Giacomelli, "Pianacce", Bin

Colli di Luni, Lunae, Bin

Portofino, Bisson, "Ü Pastine", Bin

Riviera Ligure di Ponente, Pigato, Cascina Praie, "I.C.", Bin

Vino Bianco, Anfosso, "Antea", Bin

Tuscany White

Bolgheri, Grattamacco, Bin

Bolgheri, Guado al Melo, "Crisio", Bin

Bolgheri, Le Macchiole, "Paleo", Bin

Elba, Ansonica, Cecilia, Bin

Toscana, Fiano, Colazzi, "Otto Muri", Bin

Toscana, Trebbiano et al., Cosimo Maria Masini, "Daphné" Bin

Toscana, Sauvignon et al., Poggio alle Gazze dell'Ornellaia, Bin

Toscana, Tenuta dell'Ornellaia, Bin

Vernaccia di San Gimignano, Signano, Bin

Umbria White

Chardonnay et al., Antinori, "Cervaro della Sala", Bin

Marche White

Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Superiore, Garofoli, "Podium", Bin

Castelli di Jesi Verdicchio Sup., Garofoli, "Podium", Bin

Lazio White

Lazio, Monastero Suore Cistercensi, "Coenobium Ruscum", Bin

Abruzzo White

Colli Aprutini, Pecorino, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Colli Aprutini, Pecorino, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Tiberio, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Tiberio, "Fonte Canale", Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Valentini, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Valentini, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Valentini, Bin

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Valentini, Bin

Featured Falanghina

Trabucco, Falanghina was once a dominant grape name in restaurants around the country. As demand grew, so did supply until quality dropped forcing the wine out of popularity. In the mineral driven soils at the base of Monte Massico, the legacy of Nicola Trabucco's winemaking--now carried on and built upon by his son--reminds us how the wine became popular initially: intense, citrusy flavors with great body and balance showcasing the grape in all its glory

Campania White

Falanghina, Trabucco, Bin

Falerno del Massico, Trabucco, "16 Marzo", Bin

Fiano di Avellino, Romano Clelio, "Colli di Lapio", Bin

Fiano di Avellino, Feudi di San Gregorio, Bin

Greco di Tufo, Quintodecimo, "Jaune d'Arles", Bin

Puglian, Sardinian, and Sicilian White

Etna, Alta Mora, Bin

Etna, Tenuta delle Terre Nere, Bin

Domestic White Wine

Featured Vermentino

Ryme, "Hers", Los Carneros, Ryme Cellars is a collaboration between husband and wife Ryan and Megan Glaab, whose passion for the distinctive character of Italian wines married with the sunny slopes of Northern California set them apart from a sea of Cab and Pinot producers. With a primary focus on Italian grapes, they strongly believe that a grape variety's popularity does not define its nobility. Vermentino, a wine of tragically untapped potential, is masterfully displayed in "Hers", where angular meets round, in a mouthwatering array of bright and briny layers of soft fruits

Italian Varietals

Arneis, Idlewild, "Fox Hill Vineyard", Mendocino, Bin

Vermentino, Ryme, "Hers", Los Carneros, Bin

Carricante, Æris, "Centennial Mountain", California, Bin

International Varietals

Chardonnay, Alexana, "Signature", Willamette Valley, Bin

Chardonnay, Benovia, Fort-Ross Seaview, Bin

Chardonnay, Ceritas, "Charles Heintz", Sonoma Coast, Bin

Chardonnay, Goodfellow, "Richard's", Willamette Valley, Bin

Chardonnay, Maldonado, "Los Olivos", Napa Valley,

Chardonnay, Marcassin, "M.V.", Sonoma Coast, Bin

Chardonnay, Mayacamas, Mount Veeder, Bin

Chardonnay, Rhys, "Horseshoe", Santa Cruz Mtn, Bin

Chardonnay, Sandhi, Sta. Rita Hills, Bin

Chardonnay, Shafer, "Red Shoulder Ranch", Carneros, Bin

Pinot Gris, Eyrie Vineyards, Dundee Hills, Bin

Pinot Blanc, Kelley Fox, "Freedom Hill", Willamette Valley, Bin

Riesling, Cave Spring, Niagara Peninsula, Bin

Sauvignon Blanc, Salvestrin, "L.C.S.", St. Helena, Bin

Sauvignon Blanc, Spottswoode, North Coast, Bin

Sauvignon Blanc et al., Arietta, "O.T.W.K.-A.R.", Cal., Bin

Viognier, Cayuse, "Cailloux", Walla Walla Valley, Bin

Featured Magnum

Giuseppi Quintarelli, Bianco Secco Ca del Merlo Though Giuseppi Quintarelli gained his fame with his red wines, especially his iconic Amarone, the estate also crafts a beautiful white, evocative of the Veneto. Bianco Secco is a seductive blend of Garganega, Trebbiano Toscana, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Saorin derinving from 30 year old vines grown in mineral rich soils. Combining a rounded texture and lifted aromatics, this is a perfect white wine to use as an aperitif on its own or paired with our Frito Misto and Roman-Style Artichokes. Served out of a magnum, this is an undeniable declaration of being determined to bring the party

Large Format White Wine

Fiano di Avellino, Romano Clelio, Colli di Lapio, Bin

Veneto, Quintarelli, "Bianco Secco Ca' del Merlo", Bin

Veneto, Quintarelli, "Bianco Secco Ca' del Merlo', Bin

Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Cl. Ris., Garofoli, "Podium", Bin

Red Wine

Half Bottles of Red Wine

Barbaresco, Gaja, Bin

Barbaresco, Marchesi di Gresy, "Martinenga", Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, Tenuta della Ornellaia, Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, Tenuta della Ornellaia, Bin

Brunello di Montalcino, Altesino, Bin

Cabernet et al., Blackbird, "Arise", Oak Knoll District, Bin

Cabernet Sauvignon, Scherrer, Alexander Valley, Bin

Gattinara, Antoniolo, Bin

Pinot Noir, Hirsch, "San Andreas Fault", Sonoma Coast, Bin

Pinot Noir, Robert Sinskey, Los Carneros, Bin

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Avignonesi, Bin

Zinfandel, Hendry "Block 7+22", Napa Valley, Bin

Piedmont Reds

Featured Boca

Boca, Vallana, As we enter an era when Barolo and Barbaresco join the ranks of Grand Cru Burgundy and Bordeaux collections around the world, high quality ageworthy Nebbiolo at a value is becoming a rarity. Boca, one of the smallest and Northernmost regions in Italy, is almost entirely surrounded by glaciers fed by Monte Rosa, the 2nd highest peak in Europe. Vallana has been making time-honored traditional Nebbiolo (locally known as 'Spanna') since the winery was formed in Fifth-generation winemaker Francis Vallana carries on his family's classic style to this day. We proudly offer this beautiful '10 with nearly a decade of bottle ageat this price? You may want two

Dogliani

Chionetti, "Briccolero", Bin

Luigi Einaudi, Bin

Dolcetto d'Alba

Roagna, Bin

Gattinara

Nervi-Conterno, Bin

Nervi-Conterno, "Molsino", Bin

Vallana, Bin

Other Piedmont Reds

Boca, Vallana, Bin

Boca, Vallana, Bin

Bramaterra, Colombera & Gallera, "Cascina Cottignano", Bin

Canavese, Cieck, Bin

Colli Tortonesi, Croatina, Vigneti Massa, "Monleale", Bin

Colli Tortonesi, Croatina, Vigneti Massa, "Pertichetta", Bin

Coste della Sesia, Vespolina, Cascina Preziosa, Bin

Coste della Sesia, Colombera & Gallera, Bin

Dolcetto d'Acqui, Scarpa, "Selva di Moirano", Bin

Freisa d'Asti, Tenuta Olim Bauda, Bin

Ghemme, Vigneti Valle Roncati, "Leblanque", Bin

Grignolino d'Asti, Francesco Rinaldi & Figli, Bin

Langhe, Aldo Conterno, Bin

Langhe, Elio Altare, "La Villa", Bin

Langhe, Roagna, Bin

Langhe Nebbiolo, Franco Molino, Bin

Langhe Nebbiolo, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Monferrato, Scarpa, "La Selva di Moirano", Bin

Nebbiolo d'Alba, Fratelli Abrigo, Bin

Roero, Negro, "Prachiosso", Bin

Roero Riserva, Malvira, "Trinita", Bin

Vino da Tavola, Spanna del Piemonte, Vallana, Bin

Featured Barbera d'Alba

Costa di Bussia, "Campo di Gatto", In the rolling Langhe hills of Piedmont, provenance is everything. Being able to denote specific vineyard sites is a sure-fire way to infer style and quality. Historically reserved for top Barolo and Barbaresco bottlings, we are seeing a growing number of Barberas with single-vineyard designates on their labels. The south-facing Campo di Gatto plot within the fame Bussia vineyard contains 50 year old Barbera vines and yields a fuller and more complex style, showcasing the grape's potential when planted in its ideal location

Barbera d'Asti

Braida, "Bricco dell'Uccellone", Bin

Braida, "Bricco dell'Uccellone", Bin

Braida, "Bricco dell'Uccellone", Bin

Scarpa, "La Bogliona", Bin

Tenuta Olim Bauda, "La Villa", Bin

Barbera d'Asti Superiore

Braida, "Ai Suma", Bin

Prunotto, "Nizza - Costamióle", Bin

Tenuta Olim Bauda, Nizza, Bin

Tenuta Olim Bauda, Nizza, Bin

Tenuta Olim Bauda, Nizza, Bin

Barbera d'Alba

Aldo Conterno, "Conca Tre Pile", Bin

Costa di Bussia, "Campo di Gatto", Bin

Elvio Cogno, "Pre-Phylloxera", Bin

G.D. Vajra, Bin

Giacomo Conterno, "Cerretta", Bin

Giacomo Conterno, "Cerretta", Bin

Giacomo Conterno, "Vigna Francia", Bin

Other Barbera

Langhe, Elio Altare, "Larigi", Bin

Monferrato, Scarpetta, Bin

Barolo

Featured Barolo

Roccheviberti, Just as Burgundy lovers forever debate the nuances of Vosne-Romanée versus, say, Gevrey-Chambertin, Barolo enthusiasts of today discuss structural & aromatic distinctions found in each of Barolo's unique subzones. Roccheviberti produces this Barolo from a blend of distinct vineyards sites, or "Cru", within the Castiglione Falletto commune. Rocche di Castiglione is comprised of limestone & yields a more elegant, perfumed style, while Bricco Boschis has more clay which results in a darker fruited, structured wine. When combined, these heralded sites come together in perfect harmony, creating a wine of great balance & deep complexity

Barolo

Bartolo Mascarello, Bin

Castello di Verduno, Bin

Domenico Clerico, Bin

Eraldo Viberti, Bin

Eraldo Viberti, Bin

Franco Molino, Bin

Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Marchesi di Barolo, Bin

Marchesi di Barolo, Bin

Renato Ratti, "Rocche Marcenasco", Bin

Renato Ratti, "Rocche Marcenasco", Bin

Roccheviberti, Bin

San Silvestro, "Patres", Bin

Scarpa, "Tettimorra", Bin

Featured Barolo "Cru"

Broglio, Schiavenza, The Schiavenza winery was started in by brothers Vittorio and Ugo Alessandria in the heart of the Serralunga d'Alba commune. The estate and surrounding vines were traditionally worked by sharecroppers, and thus the winery was named Schiavenza after the local dialect for sharecropper. The Broglio cru is generally regarded as a vigorous plot, sitting at m with south-east exposure and a larger amount of clay in the top soil. This yields a wine of wonderful balance and power, and one that can be consumed at a younger age, but also has incredible aging potential. We're catching this wine somewhere in between with the vintage--enough age to soften the tannins, but young enough to allow the wine to evolve in the glass

Novello

Ravera, Elvio Cogno, Bin

Ravera, Paolo Scavino, Bin

Comune di Barolo

Cannubi, Tenuta Carretta, Bin

Cannubi - Boschis, Sandrone, Bin

Cannubi Boschis, Sandrone, "Aleste", Bin

Cannubi - Boschis, Sandrone, "Aleste", Bin

La Morra

Arborina, Elio Altare, Bin

Brunate, Marcarini, Bin

Brunate, Roberto Voerzio, Bin

Rocche dell'Annunziata, Franco Molino, Bin

Rocche dell'Annunziata, Roberto Voerzio, Bin

Roncaglie, Eraldo Viberti, Bin

Castiglione Falletto

Bricco Boschis, Cavallotto, Bin

Bricco Boschis, Roccheviberti, Bin

Brunella, Boroli, Bin

Pira, Roagna, Bin

Rocche di Castiglione, Roccheviberti, Bin

Rocche di Castiglione, Roccheviberti, Bin

Rocche di Castiglione, Vietti, "Rocche", Bin

Villero, Oddero, Bin

Serralunga d'Alba

Arione, Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Broglio, Sciavenza, Bin

Cerretta, Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Ceretta, Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Cerretta, Schiavenza, Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, "Cascina Francia", Bin

Serra, Giovanni Rosso, Bin

Monforte d'Alba

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Bussia Soprana", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Cicala", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Cicala", Bin

Bussia Aldo Conterno, "Colonnello", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Colonnello", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Romirasco", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Romirasco", Bin

Bussia, Costa di Bussia, "Luigi Arnulfo", Bin

Bussia, Domenico Clerico, "Bricotto", Bin

Bussia, Parusso, Bin

Bussia, Prunotto, Bin

Bussia, Prunotto, Bin

Castelletto, Seghesio, "La Villa", Bin

Ginestra, Domenico Clerico, "Ciabot Mentin", Bin

Ginestra, Domenico Clerico, "Ciabot Mentin", Bin

Ginestra, Elio Grasso, "Casa Maté", Bin

Ginestra, Elio Grasso, "Gavarini Chiniera", Bin

La Villa, Seghesio, Bin

Mosconi, Domenico Clerico, "Per Christina", Bin

Featured Barolo Riserva

Sarmassa, Bergadano, One of the world's most important red grapes, Nebbiolo is regarded for its distinctive structure and complex flavor profile. Unlike any other world class grape variety, Nebbiolo only performs at its best in one part of the world. It is in the calcareous soils of Barolo where you'll find the most powerful, enchanting, and long lived expressions of the grape. Enrico Bergadano's Barolos are vinified from nearly 60 year old vines in the heart of the Barolo region. The small estate only produces about 1, cases of wine per year, and one of the highlights is this beautiful single vineyard Barolo Riserva, only bottled in the finest vintages. It comes from the Sarmassa "Cru", a parcel known for making wines of great finesse and elegance, and offers one of the best values for such a special, small production Barolo Riserva

Barolo Riserva

Borgogno & Figli, Bin

Borgogno & Figli, Bin

Damilano, "Lecinquevigne", Bin

Roberto Voerzio, "Fossati - Casa Nere", Bin

Barolo Riserva "Cru"

Comune di Barolo

Sarmassa, Bergadano, Bin

La Morra

Rocche dell'Annunziata, Franco Molino, Bin

Rocche dell'Annunziata, Paolo Scavino, Bin

Serralunga d'Alba

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, "Monfortino", Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, "Monfortino", Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, "Monfortino", Bin

Francia, Giacomo Conterno, "Monfortino", Bin

Monforte d'Alba

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Granbussia", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Granbussia", Bin

Bussia, Aldo Conterno, "Granbussia", Bin

Bussia, Oddero, "Vigna Mondoca", Bin

Bussia, Oddero, "Vigna Mondoca", Bin

Bussia, Prunotto, "Vigna Colonello", Bin

Barbaresco

Featured Barbaresco

Produttori del Barbaresco, Communal wineries in the modern era have never risen to a level of excellence, with the exception of one. Produttori del Barbaresco returns to a time when no Barbaresco producer owned enough land - or equipment to make its own wine. Instead they banded together, compiling the fruits of their labor, to make the single best wine possible. The tradition has continued for decades, and will hopefully continue for decades to come

Barbaresco

Dante Rivetti, Bin

Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Scarpa, "Tettineive", Bin

Scarpa, "Tettineive", Bin

Barbaresco "Cru"

Albesani, Bruno Giacosa, "Santo Stefano", Bin

Bric'Micca, Dante Rivetti, Bin

Martinenga, Marchesi di Gresy, "Camp Gros", Bin

Nervo, Rizzi, Bin

Pajore, Rizzi, Bin

Serraboella, Paitin, Bin

Serracappelli, Cecilia Monte, Bin

Valeirano, La Spinetta, Bin

Barbaresco Riserva "Cru"

Asili, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Asili, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Montefico, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Montefico, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Montestefano, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Montestefano, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Muncagota, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Muncagota, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Ovello, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Pora, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Rabajá, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

Rio Sordo, Produttori del Barbaresco, Bin

The Wines of Angelo Gaja

Featured Gaja Half Bottle

Barbaresco, Gaja, Angelo Gaja is the man credited for bringing the small commune of Barbaresco out of obscurity. His influence has changed the way the world views Italian wine to this day. A master of Nebbiolo--the austere, tannic grape once considered only quaffable after decades of bottle age. Angelo saw its potential as a world class wine. Despite pushback from his peers, he employed new (and what most considered outlandish) practices both in the vineyard and the winery to promote freshness and elegance in his winemL

Barbaresco

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin L

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, Bin ml

Gaja, Bin

Gaja, (L)Bin

Costa Russi

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Costa Russi", Bin

Sorì San Lorenzo

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì San Lorenzo", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì San Lorenzo", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì San Lorenzo", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì San Lorenzo", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sori San Lorenzo", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì San Lorenzo", Bin

Sorì Tildìn

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Barbaresco, Gaja, "Sorì Tildìn", Bin

Sperss

Langhe, Gaja, "Sperss", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sperss", Bin L

Langhe, Gaja, "Sperss", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Sperss", Bin

Conteisa

Langhe, Gaja, "Conteisa", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Conteisa", Bin

Langhe, Gaja, "Conteisa", Bin

Tuscan Reds

Chianti

Featured Chianti Colli Senesi

Montenidoli, "Il Garrulo", Chianti has always been centered between Florence and Sienna, and this wine comes from the subzone around the hills of the latter or "Colli Senesi." Montenidoli is synonymous with its proprietor, Elisabetta Fagiuoli in the sense that it reflects the best of gastronomic Italy: when the simple becomes the complex. Situated outside of the walled city of San Gimignano the wine is reminiscent of great Chianti in that it has depth, character, and complex tasting notes; yet it is approachable and integrates well into the entire dining experience. "Il Garrulo" and Elisabetta have become staples of the sommelier community; both have personalities we crave more of but in reality it is their rareness that we appreciate

Chianti

Colli Senesi, Fattoria del Cerro, Bin

Colli Senesi, Montenidoli, "Il Garrulo", Bin

Rufina, Selvapiana, Bin

Rufina Riserva, Selvapiana, "Bucerchiale", Bin

Chianti Classico

Castellare, Bin

Cinciano, Bin

Isole e Olena, Bin

Rocca di Montegrossi, Bin

Chianti Classico Riserva

Badia a Coltibuono, Bin

Badia a Coltibuono, Bin

Castello di Volpaia, Bin

Cinciano, Bin

Fèlsina, "Rancia", Bin

Chianti Classico Gran Selezione

Castello di Ama, "La Casuccia", Bin

Castello di Ama, "La Casuccia", Bin

Castello di Ama, "La Casuccia", Bin

Castello di Ama, "Vigneto Bellavista", Bin

Castello di Ama, "Vigneto Bellavista", Bin

Castello di Ama, "Vigneto Bellavista", Bin

Rocca di Montegrossi, "Vigneto San Marcellino", Bin

Featured Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva

Avignonesi, Often competing for attention amongst Chianti and Brunello, or worse, being confused for the inferior wine region in Abruzzo, is Tuscany's Vino Nobile di Montepulciano. Made primarily from the Sangiovese grape, known locally as Prugnolo Gentile or "Gentle Plum", the unique mix of clay and sandy soils in Montepulciano result in softer, more elegant, and perfumed expressions of Tuscan Sangiovese79

Rosso Di Montalcino

Fattoria del Cerro, Bin

Poliziano, Bin

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano

Avignonesi, Bin

Poliziano, "Asinone", Bin

Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Riserva

Avignonesi, "Grandi Annate", Bin

Carpineto, Bin

La Braccesca, "Santa Pia" Bin

Salcheto, Bin

Rosso di Montalcino

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Donatella Cinelli Colombini, Bin

Fanti, Bin

Livio Sasseti-Pertimali, Bin

Salicutti, Bin

Salvioni, "La Cerbaiola", Bin

Other Tuscan Reds

Carmignano, Piaggia, "Il Sasso", Bin

Cortona, La Braccesca, "Bramasole", Bin

Morellino di Scansano, San Felo, "Lampo", Bin

Morellino di Scansano Riserva, Poggio Maestrino, Bin

Vino da Tavola, Case Basse di G. Soldera, "Intistieti", Bin

Brunello di Montalcino

Featured Brunello di Montalcino

Armilla, "Classic" Brunello di Montalcino is getting harder to define. New producers, French barrels, growing disparity between the North and South of the appellation all have lead to myriad styles. Great bottles continue to be sourced from the region regardless, but for our cuisine we turn back to a more rustic iteration of the wine. The winery, Armilla, continues to make traditional Brunello using large Botti coming from a tiny two hectare vineyard absorbing the Southern sun. While Brunello styles may differ, the respect for the vintage is paramount among all estates. The wine serves anecdotally to show the power of naturally growing Tuscany's greatest grape in its purest form

Brunello di Montalcino

Altesino, Bin

Altesino, "Montosoli", Bin

Altesino, "Montosoli", Bin

Armilla, Bin

Baricci, "Montosoli", Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Canalicchio di Sopra, Bin

Canalicchio di Sopra, Bin

Casanova di Neri, Bin

Casanova di Neri, "Tenuta Nuova", Bin

Castello Romitorio, Bin

Cerbaiona, Bin

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona, "Pianrosso", Bin

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona, "Pianrosso", Bin

Ciacci Piccolomini d'Aragona, "Pianrosso", Bin

Fanti, Bin

Il Poggione, Bin

La Gerla, Bin

La Magia, Bin

La Rasina, Bin

La Serena, Bin

La Torre, "Luigi Anania", Bin

Le Ragnaie, "Casanovino Montosoli", Bin

Livio Sassetti-Pertimali, Bin

Livio Sassetti-Pertimali, "Dieci", Bin

Mastrojanni, Bin

Pietroso, Bin

Pieve Santa Restituta (Gaja), "Sugarille", Bin

Poggio dell'Aquila, Bin

Poggio di Sotto, Bin

Roberto Cosimi, "Il Poggiolo", Bin

Salicutti, "Piaggione", Bin

Salicutti, "Sorgente", Bin

Salvioni, "La Cerbaiola", Bin

San Polo, "Podernovi", Bin

Sesta di Sopra, Bin

Silvio Nardi, Bin

Uccelliera, Bin

Valdicava, Bin

Valdicava, Bin

Featured Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

Caprili, Brunello di Montalcino has risen to be the premier interpretation of Tuscan Sangiovese. At the Riserva level, it ranks among some of the highest aging requirements of any other table wine in the world. By law, it may not be released until the 6th year following harvest, and is mandated to mature in oak for a minimum of two years. Full in body, a Riserva designated Brunello expresses all the traditional flavors one expects from the varietal with an emphasis on black cherry, chocolate notes, and a dark earthiness. The resulting wine is a more pronounced, luxurious bottling that only the town of Montalcino can provide

Brunello di Montalcino Riserva

Altesino, Bin

Baricci, "Nello", Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Biondi-Santi (Tenuta Greppo), Bin

Caprili, Bin

Canalicchio-Franco Pacenti, Bin

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera, "Soldera, Bin

Donatella Cinelli Colombini, Bin

Fuligni, Bin

La Rasina, "il Divasco", Bin

La Serena, "Gemini", Bin

Pertimali-Livio Sasetti, Bin

Uccelliera, Bin

Valdicava, "Madonna del Piano", Bin

Valdicava, "Madonna del Piano", Bin

"Super Tuscan"

Featured "Super Tuscan"

Cabreo, "Il Borgo", The Super Tuscan movement began in the early s and quickly gained favor amongst collectors and casual wine drinkers alike. These wines were made famous by incorporating non-native grapes including Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Cabreo's "Il Borgo" masterfully blends these Tuscan-grown varietals with the native Sangiovese to create a powerful yet elegant style that stands up against the best of Napa and Bordeaux

Bolgheri

Ca'Marcanda (Gaja), "Ca'Marcanda", Bin

Le Macchiole, "Bolgheri Rosso", Bin

Michele Satta, "Piastraia", Bin

Superiore, Grattamacco, Bin

Toscana

Arcanum, Bin

Cabreo, "Il Borgo", Bin

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera, "Pegasos", Bin

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera, "Soldera", Bin

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera, "Soldera", Bin

Case Basse di Gianfranco Soldera, "Soldera", Bin

Castellare, "I Sodi di S. Niccoló", Bin

Castello di Ama, "L'Apparita", Bin

Montepeloso, "A Quo", Bin

Montevertine, "Le Pergole Torte", Bin

Tenuta di Arceno, "Valadorna", Bin

Tenuta di Biserno, "Il Pino", Bin

Tua Rita, "Redigaffi", Bin

Tua Rita, "Redigaffi", Bin

Tua Rita, "Rosso dei Notri", Bin

Uccelliera, "Rapace", Bin

Other "Super Tuscans"

Alta Valle della Greve, Poggio Scalette, "Il Carbonaione", Bin

Colli della Toscana Centrale, Fontodi, "Flaccianello", Bin

Colli della Toscana Centrale, Fontodi, "Pinot Nero", Bin

Colli della Toscana Centrale, Monte Bernardi, "Tzignana", Bin

Colli della Toscana Centrale, Villa Calcinaia, "Casarsa", Bin

Val d'Arno di Sopra, Petrolo, "Galatrona", Bin

Val d'Arno di Sopra, Petrolo, "Galatrona", Bin

Vino da Tavola, Avignonesi, "Grifi", Bin

Reserve "Super Tuscans"

Featured Producers

The term "Super Tuscan" was coined by American journalists who welcomed these fuller-bodied, more polished Tuscan reds to the market. At a time when a majority of Tuscan wines were synonymous with thin, mediocre table wine, a few restless vintners set out to challenge the status quo. The wines were enthusiastically received by critics and ultimately led to a wine quality renaissance in Tuscany that has been on the rise ever since! The first bottle associated with the movement was Tenuta San Guido's "Sassicaia", vinified from Cabernet grapes on the Tuscan coast of Bolgheri. On the wave of their uncle Mario's overnight success with Sassicaia, nephews Piero and Lodovico Antinori adopted their own unique style with the release of Tignanello, Solaia, and Ornellaia. We proudly offer a library of these world class wines from our cellar, many of which only a handful of bottles still exist.

Tenuta San Guido

Bolgheri, "Sassicaia", Bin

Bolgheri Sassicaia, "Sassicaia", Bin

Vino da Tavola, "Sassicaia", Bin

Marchesi Antinori

Bolgheri Superiore, Guado al Tasso, "Matarocchio", Bin

Toscana, "Solaia", Bin

Toscana, "Solaia", Bin

Toscana, "Solaia", Bin

Toscana, "Solaia", Bin

Toscana, "Tignanello", Bin

Vino da Tavola, "Solaia", Bin

Vino da Tavola, "Solaia", Bin

Vino da Tavola, "Tignanello", Bin

Vino da Tavola, "Tignanello", Bin

Tenuta dell'Ornellaia

Bolgheri Superiore, "Ornellaia", Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, "Ornellaia", Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, "Ornellaia - l'Eleganza", Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, "Ornellaia", Bin

Bolgheri Superiore, "Ornellaia", Bin

Toscana, "Masseto", Bin

Toscana, "Masseto", Bin

Toscana, "Masseto", Bin

Toscana, "Masseto", Bin

Toscana, "Masseto", Bin

Toscana, "Massetino", Bin

Toscana, "Massetino", Bin

Veneto Reds

Featured Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore

Valpolicella Ripasso Classico Superiore, Buglioni, "Il Bugiardo", "If this is not Amarone, then it is a lying wine!" This was the exclamation of an experienced sommelier when he tasted Buglioni's first Ripasso wine in This incident gave birth to the name of this wine,"Il Bugiardo", which translates to "The Liar". This Ripasso process involves blending wine from partially dried grapes, and freshly vinified wine that has been "re-passed" over the leftovers from the production of Amarone. It creates a wine that is reminiscent of Amarone, but with a little more drinkability

Valpolicella

Acinum, Bin

Prà, "Morandina", Bin

Classico Superiore, Tommaso Bussola, "TB", Bin

Valpolicella Ripasso Superiore

Buglioni, "Il Bugiardo", Bin

Cesari, "Mara", Bin

Marchesi Biscardo, Bin

Zenato, "Ripassa", Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella

Latium, "Campo Leòn", Bin

Marchesi Biscardo, Bin

Prà, "Morandina", Bin

Classico Superiore, Bertani, Bin

Riserva, Musella, Bin

Other Veneto Reds

Colli Euganai Rosso Riserva, Vignalta, Bin

Raboso Piave, Santomé, "Parcel #", Bin

Raboso Piave, Santomé, "Parcel #", Bin

Veneto, Case Paolin, "Rosso del Millio", Bin

Veneto, Inama, "Bradisismo", Bin

Veneto, Maculan, "Fratta", Bin

Vino da Tavola, Allegrini, "La Poja", Bin

Vino da Tavola, Venissa, Bin ml

Veneto Reds of Quintarelli & Dal Forno

Featured Producers

Quintarelli vs. Dal Forno. DRC vs. LeroyLafite vs. LatourConterno vs. Gaja the wine geek's equivalent to a political debate (notwithstanding a little BS) in a quest for the single greatest expression of a particular wine. In Valpolicella, two producers indisputably reign at the top of the quality pyramid: Quintarelli and Dal Forno. Both producers commit maniacal attention to fruit selection, sorting down to the individual berry if necessary to achieve the best extraction of flavor possible. Quintarelli's genius in the cellar is carried out through more traditional methods of èlevage, while Dal Forno boasts one of the most technologically advanced wineries in the world. Preference in the resulting wines can be polarizing depending on the taster, but the quality of both is unquestionable. Where Quintarelli masterfully draws elegance and otherworldly aromas out of his Amarones, Dal Forno excels in achieving depths of concentration winemakers in Napa only dream about.

Giuseppe Quintarelli

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella Classico Riserva, Bin

Recioto della Valpolicella Classico, Bin

Valpolicella Classico Superiore, Bin

Veneto, "Alzero", Bin

Veneto, "Alzero", Bin

Veneto, "Alzero", Bin

Veneto, "Ca' del Merlo", Bin

Veneto, "Primofiore", Bin

Veneto, "Rosso del Bepi", Bin

Veneto, "Rosso del Bepi", Bin

Dal Forno Romano

Amarone della Valpolicella, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella, Bin

Amarone della Valpolicella, Bin

Recioto della Valpolicella, Dal Forno Romano, Bin ml

Valpolicella Superiore, Bin

Valpolicella Superiore, Bin

Valpolicella Superiore, Bin

Veneto, Dal Forno Romano, "Passito", Bin ml

Abruzzo Reds

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo, Valentini, Bin

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Campo dei Sogni, Bin

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Emidio Pepe, Bin

Featured Falerno del Massico

Trabucco, "Érre", Poets like Horace, Catallus, and Pliny the Elder wrote poetry about the Roman Empire's finest wine, originally known as Falernian. The quality of the wine is so impressive that the BC vintage was toasted in 60 BC after Julius Caesar conquered Spain. Mount Massico, the source, is blessed by constant ash deposits from Campania's volcanic arc composed of "erupters" like Vesuvius, Campi Flegrei, and Epomeo. The local Aglianico grape thrives off the mineral rich volcanic ash, giving body and density to a wine famous for over two millennia

Campania Reds

Aglianico Campania, Bellaria, Bin

Aglianico Campania, San Salvatore, Bin

Campi Flegrei, La Sibilla, Bin

Colli di Salerno, Montevetrano, Bin

Colli di Salerno, Montevetrano, Bin

Colli di Salerno, Montevetrano, Bin

Colli di Salerno, Montevetrano, Bin

Falerno del Massico, Trabucco, "Érre", Bin

Irpinia, Quintodecimo, "Terra d'Eclano", Bin

Ischia, Antonio Mazzella, Bin

Taurasi, Mastroberardino, Bin

Taurasi, Mastroberardino, Bin

Taurasi, Mastroberardino, "Radici", Bin

Friuli Venezia Giulia Reds

Friuli Colli Orientali, Miani, Bin

Friuli Grave, Cabernet Franc, Fernanda Cappello, Bin

Lombardy Reds

Valtellina, Ar.Pe.Pe., Bin

Valtellina Superiore, Tenuta Scerscé, "Essenza" Bin

Valtellina Superiore Ris., Ar.Pe.Pe, "Sasella - R.R.", Bin

Liguria Reds

Dolceaqua, Tenuta Anfosso, Bin

Riviera Ligure di Ponente, Rossese, Cascina Praie, Bin

Marche Reds

Conero Riserva, Umani Ronchi, "Campo San Giorgio", Bin

Puglia Reds

Negroamaro Salento, Tormaresca, Masseria Maíme", Bin

Primitivo Salento, Castello Monaci, "Artas", Bin

Featured Cannanou di Sardegna Riserva

Contini, "Inu", Sardinia is among the 5 "Blue Zones" of the world, a term referring to areas with the largest concentration of centenarians. Cannanou (the Sardinian variant of Grenache) is incredibly anti-oxidant rich, and locals consume two glasses a day on average, undeniably contributing to their longevity. The Contini family, as well, has been at it for over years, now in its 4th generation of family propriety. So please enjoy this beautifully dark and brooding wine, it may just tack a year or two onto your life expectancy

Sardegna Reds

Cannonau di Sardegna, Argiolas, "Costera", Bin

Cannonau di Sardegna, Contini, "Inu", Bin

Sicily Reds

Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico, Gulfi, Bin

Cerasuolo di Vittoria Classico, Valle dell'Acate, Bin

Etna, Girolamo Russo, "'a Rina", Bin

Etna, Graci, "Feudo di Mezzo", Bin

Etna, Tenuta delle Terre Nere, Bin

Etna, Tornatore, Bin

Sicilia, Firriato, "Ribeca", Bin

Terre Siciliane, Occhipinti, "SP68", Bin

Trentino-Alto Adige Reds

St. Magdalener Classico, Obermoser, Bin

Umbria Reds

Montefalco Rosso Riserva, Fattoria di Milziade, Bin

Sagrantino di Montefalco, Caprai, "Collepiano", Bin

Sagrantino di Montefalco, Fratelli Pardi, "Sacrantino",

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DeNgo #p110: Dinner at RPM, Chicago (02-27-2021).

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