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Pizza, Pacino and Dolcetto

 Neapolitan PIZZA ***

Like so many of the country’s most prized gastronomic delights like wine,
olive oil and cheese, the quintessential pie from Naples, where pizza was born,
has become so cherished that it’s now worthy of its own Designation of Controlled Origin (DOC).
The city’s pizza-making tradition even received 
Unesco recognition in 2017
as an intangible cultural heritage item.


Your Bake it With and Serve it With Wine

Pierino 100% Organic Dolcetto  
The delight of this wine is due to the terroir and the suitability of the grape to the area.
Dolcetto d'Asti is known for its softness, a wine "of all meals" typical of this area.
Delicate and fragrant red wine. Short aging from May to June,
 Ruby red color with violet highlights. On the nose it offers fruity notes of cherry and raspberry.
On the palate, the wine is dry, with evident tannin and good structure.
Pierino Dolcetto d'Asti Borgo Monacato 2018 
Importer Notes: https://www.piedmontwineimports.com/borgo-moncalvo


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Girolamo Russo a Rina Etna Rosso | Binny's Beverage Depot
2017 is 95% Neurello Mascalese and 5% Neurello Cappuccio
'A Rina' is an earthy and red-fruited Nerello Mascalese dominant Etna Rosso,
marked by flavors of scorched earth, cherries, and tobacco. Russo's wines are rustic
and harmonious, marked by zesty acidity, volcanic-influenced flavors,
and a distinct sense of place.

Alice Waters, Kermit Lynch, Cabernet Franc
BREA Cabernet

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