Wine list

Italian Wines

Italian wine has a rich history that spans thousands of years. The ancient Greeks recognized Italy’s potential for winemaking after settling in Southern Italy. Back then, the Etruscans also produced wine in Central Italy, and they are likely the ones who brought winemaking to France in 525 B.C. Later, the Romans improved upon Greek and Etruscan grape-growing and winemaking techniques to help create wine that more closely resembles what we drink today.

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France Wines

France is one of the world’s most recognized wine-growing countries. While wine was not born in France (that honor goes to Italy), the French brought wine to a whole new level. France produces more fine wine than any other country and is defined by classic varietals such as Champagne, Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sauvignon Blanc, Syrah, and Pinot Noir.