Our Seasonal Special Wine List

La Lista Stagionale (Seasonal Special List)

Vini Bianchi (White Wines)

La Scolca Gavi di Gavi 2008 (Piemonte) 46
(100% Cortese)

Castello d’Albola Pinot Grigio 2009 (Friuli) 28
(100% Pinot Grigio)

Edi Keber Collio Bianco 2008 (Friuli) 60
(70% Friuliano 15% Malvasia Istriana 15% Ribolla Gialla)

Gravner Ribolla Gialla ‘Anforna’ 2002 (Friuli) 150
(100% Ribolla Gialla)

Bisci Verdicchio di Matelica 2007 (Marche) 38
(100% Verdicchio)

Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio 2007 (Trentino) 32
(100% Pinot Grigio) Unique Oak Aged

Vinosia Falanghina 2008 (Campania) 35
(100% Falanghina)

Niedermayr Gewurztraminer 2008 (Trentino) 52
(100% Gewurztraminer)

Argiolas Vermentino 2008 (Sardegna) 40
(100% Vermentino)

Salviano di Salviano 2007 (Umbria) 45
(50% Chardonnay 50% Sauvignon Blanc)

 

Vini Rossi (Red Wines)

Cantina Rotaliana Teroldego 2006 (Trentino) 42
(100% Teroldego)

Domus Vitae Brunello di Montalcino 2004 (Toscana) 110
(100% Sangiovese Grosso)

Donatella Cinelli-Columbini Brunello di Montalcino 2004 (Toscana) 100
(100% Sangiovese Grosso)

Avignonesi Desiderio Cortona 2005 (Toscana) 130
(85% Merlot 15% Cabernet Sauvignon)

Tenuta Sette Ponti Oreno 2007 (Toscana) 190
(50% Sangiovese 25% Cabernet Sauvignon 25% Merlot)

Col di Bacche Cupinero 2005 (Toscana) 120
(100% Merlot)

Tolaini Picconero 2006 (Toscana) 160
(65% Merlot 30% Cabernet Sauvignon 5% Petit Verdot)

Colle dei Venti Barbaresco 2006 (Piemonte) 75
(100% Nebbiolo)

Michele Chiarlo ‘Tortoniano’ Barolo 2006 (Piemonte) 120
(100% Nebbiolo)

Cavalier Bartolomeo Barolo 2005 (Piemonte) 110
(100% Nebbiolo)

Ceretto Monsordo 2000 (Piemonte) 90
(50% Cabernet Sauvignon 27% Merlot 15% Syrah 8% Nebbiolo)

Michele Chiarlo Montemareto Countacc 2000 (Piemonte) 90
(40% Barbera 30% Cabernet Sauvignon 30% Shiraz)

Sottimano ‘Bric del Salto’ Dolcetto d’Alba 2008 (Piemonte) 35
(100% Dolcetto)

Dolcetto Langhe ‘Visade’ Clerico 2007 (Piemonte) 40
(100% Dolcetto)

Gillardi Dolcetto di Dogliani Cursalet 2006 (Piemonte) 48
(100% Dolcetto)

Feudo Maccari ReNoto 2006 (Sicilia) 28
(85% Nero d’Avola 15% Syrah)

Ceuso Ceuso 2004 (Sicilia) 90
(50% Nero d’Avola 30% Cabernet Sauvignon 20% Merlot)

Terradora Aglianico 2007 (Campania) 39
(100% Aglianico)

Feudi di San Gregorio Rubrato 2006 (Campania) 42
(100% Aglianico)

Terre Del Principe Pallagrello Nero Ambruco 2006 (Campania) 105
(100% Pallagrello)

Damijan Rosso Prelit 2004 (Friuli) 130
(70% Merlot 30% Cabernet Sauvignon)

Cantine Ciolli Silene 2004 (Lazio) 40
(100% Cesanese

Corte Dei Papi Cesanese del Piglio 2007 (Lazio) 40
(50% Cesanese di Affile 50% Cesanese Comune)

Provenza Fabio Contato 2004 (Lombardia) 100
(25% Barbera 25% Sangiovese 25% Marzemino 25% Gropello)

Li Veli Salento Passamante Rosso 2007 (Puglia) 35
(100% Negroamaro)

Colli di Serrapetrona “Collequanto” 2007 (Le Marche) 35
(100% Vernaccia Nera)

Ars Poetica Agliainico del Vulture Riserva 2000 (Basilicata) 50
(100% Aglianico)

Basilisco Aglianico 2004 (Basilicata) 95
(100% Aglianico)
Vini Dolci (Dessert Wines)

Principe Pallavicini Stillato 2006 (Lazio) 500ml 48
(100% Malvasia)

Fattoria Lavacchio Vin Santo del Chianti Rufina Riserva 2001 (Toscana)
(80% Malvasia 20% Trebbiano)

Highlights from Recent NJ Wine Tasting at Undici Taverna Rustica

Undici Taverna Rustica recently hosted a one-time-only meet and greet, wine tasting and bottle signing with famed wine producer of Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia, Sebastiano Rosa.

This event is only the most recent New Jersey wine tasting held at Undici Taverna Rustica.

The evening featured a special tasting and pricing of several wines including the Tenuta San Guido Sassicaia 2006, which scored an 97 points in Robert Parker’s Wine Spectator.

The featured wine of the evening was the Tenuta San Guido Le Difese 2007.

Tenuta San Guido “Le Difese” is exclusive to Victor Rallo’s restaurants and cannot be found anywhere else in New Jersey.

Guests of the event enjoyed hors d’ouvres and sampled Le Difese and the other vintages while mingling with Sebastiano, who gladly shared his first-hand wisdom about wine making.

Anthony Verdoni, “The Professor,” a guest at the event, shared his own thoughts on Le Difese.

Verdoni makes several astute points about Le Difese. He noted that Le Difese is an incredible value because the wine is made with the same barrels and by the same wine makers, as the Sassicaia, but it is available at a fraction of the cost. For its taste and for its value, Anthony whole-heartedly recommends Le Difese.

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