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  • Bottega Napa Wine List

    Bottega Napa Wine List

    Open since 1988 in the memorable Bottega Favorita building, Bottega lounge area shows a warm, advanced climate with an established limestone façade, angled colonnade, cowhide banquettes to sink into, flung seventeen foot roofs, exquisite white marble and a terrific staircase prompting a mezzanine level. Italy moves the food, precisely made by connecting fixings from the American South and high quality makers from the Italian field. Here are the List of their most loved Wines:

    Wine by the glass Sparkling

    2015 NV

    Bianco

    Chardonnay Sauv Blanc Pinot Grigio Soave Viognier

    Rosso

    Pinot Noir Shiraz Sangiovese Nero D’avola

    Canella Prosecco Piper Heidsieck

    Provenance 2016 Craggy Range 2017 Bortoluzzi 2015 Pieropan 2016
    Clonakilla Nouveau 2018

    Moorilla 2016 Yangarra 2015 Antonio Camillo 2016 Curatolo Arini 2015

    Veneto 16 Champagne 24

    Golden Plains 13 Marlborough 12 Venezia 12 Veneto 14 Canberra 13

    Tasmania 14 McLaren Vale 12 Tuscany 14 Sicily 13

    Choose your own adventure.

    All things considered, this segment is in no way like those adorable books by any means. I should call it, “In the event that you are liberal to fun alcohol we will pick your enterprise for you”. However, that isn’t extremely appealing, is it? Along these lines, Choose your own enterprise is tied in with jumping indiscriminately into the vinous void. Pick a style, a cost and we convey the wine to you, all wrapped up, so you can play figure the wine, drink and never realize what it was ( that would take some discretion) or have it uncovered as it gets to the table. It’s enjoyable.

    White 1. White 2. White 3. White 4.

    Red 1. Red 2. Red 3. Red 4.

    I bet you can’t guess what it is 55 Medium bodied, delicious, a little unusual 65 No wood, bright floral delicious 75 No notes, leap and the net will appear 95

    Aromatic and textured 55 Good structure, medium body, ripe fruit, aromatic 70 Complex, beautiful 80 Feel the fear and do it anyway 95

    Wine that sparkles

    2016 Canella
    NV Da Luca
    NV Umberto Luigi
    2013 Arcari E Danesi Dossagio Zero
    NV Brown Brothers
    NV Pirie
    NV Clover Hill
    2014 Seppelt Original Shiraz
    NV Billecart Salmon Blanc de Blancs NV Piper Heidsieck Red Label
    NV Egly-Ouriet Les Vignes De Vrigny NV Egly-OurietLes Grand Cru Brut Rose NV Chartogne Taillet Rose
    2009 Dom Perignon Brut

    White light and bright

    2017 Levantine Hill Rose

    1. 2016  Poggerino Aurora Rosato
    2. 2017  Mount Horrocks Riesling

    2017 Pikes Merle Riesling
    2017 Rockford Vine Vale Riesling 2017 Grosset Springvale Riesling 2016 Crawford River Riesling 2018 Seppelt Riesling

    1. 2016  Seresin Sauvignon Blanc
    2. 2017  Craggy Range Sauvignon Blanc
    3. 2018  Shaw and Smith Sauvignon Blanc

    2016 Gembrook Hill Sauvignon Blanc

    1. 2014  Mount Mary Triolet
    2. 2015  Mount Mary Reflexion Fume Blanc

    2017 Christmont La Zona Pinot Grigio 2014 T’Gallant tribute Pinot Gris 2016 Ronco Dei Tassi Pinot Grigio 2015 Bortoluzzi Pinot Grigio

    2017 Pieropan Soave
    2016 Planeta Etna Bianco
    2018 Clonakilla Nouveau Viognier

    Prosecco 68 Prosecco 70 Prosecco 58 Franciacorta 95 King Valley 57 Tasmania 76 Tasmania 72 Great Western 90 Champagne 255 Champagne 130 Champagne 220 Champagne 300 Champagne 125 Champagne 450

    Yarra Valley 65 Tuscany Italy 68 Clare Valley 72 Clare Valley 70 Barossa Valley 68 Clare Valley 70 Victoria 90 Henty 80

    Marlborough 55 Martinborough 68 Adelaide Hills 65 Yarra Valley 65 Yarra Valley 110 Yarra Valley 85

    King Valley 52 Mornington 57 Alto Adige 71 Venezia 65 Veneto 70 Sicily 70 Canberra 62

    Bigger fuller and some orange ones too

    The “not orange” and the “orange” descriptors beneath require some clarification. For those that think about these wines, this note is unessential, yet for the other 99.5% it’s justified regardless of a little read. Orange is a place in NSW and these wines have nothing to do with that by any stretch of the imagination. The wines underneath that are orange, are white wines that have invested a long energy “in skins”, and the shading after some time has turned orange. A semi controlled oxidation maybe. It’s a major thing right now, the wine world is partitioned and they are at the very pointy end of what’s cool. It’s difficult to depict them, however basically they are rich, full bodied, textural wines, not very dissimlar to red wine. Both are ludicrously difficult to get and will enrapture any gathering of people. The Gravner is ostensibly the encapsulation of this style of wine, the Serragghia is the most difficult wine I have ever had.

    2015 Jermann Vinnae Ribolla Gialla not orange 2013 Serragghia Bianco orange
    2007 Gravner Ribolla Gialla orange

    Chardonnay, or as the Italians say, Chardonnay.
    2011 Yeringberg
    2017 Coldstream Hills

    2017 Mac Forbes

    1. 2014  Mount Mary
    2. 2015  Scorpo Aubaine
    3. 2016  Kooyong Clonale

    2013 Stonier Jack’s Ridge Vineyard 2016 Provenance

    2016 Sinapius Home Vineyard

    1. 2015  Bass Phillip Estate
    2. 2016  Shaw and Smith M3
    3. 2017  Bindi Kostas Rind

    2014 Serafino
    2016 Leeuwin Estate Prelude
    2016 Jermann
    2016 Donnafugata La Fuga Contessa

    Friuli 95 Pantelleria 150 Friuli 180

    Yarra Valley 120 Yarra Valley 67 Yarra Valley 59 Yarra Valley 145 Mornington 55 Mornington 64 Mornington 90 Golden Plains 65 Tasmania 78 Gippsland 130 Adelaide Hills 80 Macedon 97 McLaren Vale 52 Margaret River 73 Friuli 150 Sicily 68

    Pinot Noir heading into chewy Italians

    1. 2012  Tarrington Vineyards Pinot Noir
    2. 2013  Yeringberg Pinot Noir

    2015 Irrewarra Pinot Noir
    2017 Best’s Great Western Pinot Noir 2015 Grosset Pinot Noir

    2009 Bindi Original Vineyard Pinot Noir 2015 Bindi Block 5 Pinot Noir
    2014 Curly Flat Pinot Noir
    2017 Shadowfax Pinot Noir

    2015 Moorooduc Estate Pinot Noir 2017 Paringa Estate

    1. 2015  Kooyong Pinot Noir
    2. 2016  Hurley Pinot Noir
    3. 2017  Devils Corner Resolution Pinot Noir

    2016 Moorilla Pinot Noir

    2016 Mahi Pinot Noir

    1. 2014  Dog Point Pinot Noir
    2. 2015  Felton Road Block 5 Pinot Noir
    1. 2015  Felton Road Calvert Magnum Pinot Noir
    2. 2016  Massolino Dolcetto D’Alba

    2015 Cigliuti Dolcetto D’Alba

    1. 2015  Ceretto Dolcetto
    2. 2016  Conterno Fantino Langhe Nebbiolo
    1. 2016  Fletcher Nebbiolo D’Alba
    2. 2017  Fletcher The Minion Nebbiolo

    2017 Fresco Nebbiolo
    2016 Coriole Barbera
    2014 Scala Ciro Rosso Classico Superiore

    Henty 80 Yarra Valley 125 Geelong 120 Great Western 95 Adelaide Hills 95 Macedon 145 Macedon 185 Macedon 96 Macedon 68 Mornington 70 Mornington 55 Mornington 88 Mornington 110 Tasmania 75 Tasmania 62

    Marlborough 60 Marlborough 75 Central Otago 185 Central Otago 280

    Piedmont 55 Piedmont 62 Piedmont 65 Piedmont 126 Piedmont 73 Victoria 51 Adelaide Hills 52 McLaren Vale 63 Calabria 65

    Grandi Italiano Pistola

    1. 2012  Chiara Boschis Mosconi Barolo
    2. 2013  Chiara Boschis Cannubi

    2011 Elio Grasso Barolo

    2008 Casina Bruciata Barbaresco 2016 Stella Stravisan Barbera

    2015 Candialle La Misse Chianti
    2015 Poggerino Chianti
    2013 La Capella Chianti
    2015 Felsina Chianti Classico
    2011 Rocca di Montegrossi San Marcellino 2011 Isole e Olena Cepparello

    2015 Brancaia Toscana
    2014 Antinori Tignanello Sangiovese 2016 Antonio Camillo Sangiovese

    2015 Curatolo Arini Nero D’Avola 2014 Tenuta San Guido Guidalberto

    2013 Pieropan Ruberpan
    2012 Quintarelli Primofiore Cabernets 2005 Quintarelli Valpolicella
    2008 Quintarelli Valpolicella
    2007 Quintarelli Amarone

    Piedmont 250 Piedmont 300 Piedmont 180

    Piedmont 135 Piedmont 66

    Tuscany 75 Tuscany 81 Tuscany 68 Tuscany 100 Tuscany 145 Tuscany 185 Tuscany 75 Tuscany 235 Tuscany 65

    Sicily 57 Bolgheri 123

    Veneto 105 Veneto 165 Veneto 245 Veneto 220 Veneto 685

    Old and Rare

    2010 Mount Mary Pinot Noir 2013 Giaconda Pinot Noir
    2013 Tout Pres by Farr Pinot Noir 2015 Sangreal by Farr Pinot Noir

    1. 2014  Farrside by Farr Pinot Noir
    2. 2015  Farrside by Farr Pinot Noir

    2014 Veritas Bulls Blood Shiraz
    2016 Jasper Hill Emily’s Paddock Shiraz 2008 Jasper Hill Emily’s Paddock Shiraz

    2010 Cloudburst Cabernet Sauvignon 2012 Cullens Vanya Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 Mount Mary Quintet

    1. 2013  Mount Mary Quintet
    2. 2014  Mount Mary Quintet

    1992 Wynns John Riddoch Cab Sauv 1988 Chateau Leoville Barton 2eme

    Yarra Valley 200 Beechworth 212 Geelong 185 Geelong 115 Geelong 125 Geelong 115

    Barossa 93 Heathcote 195 Heathcote 245

    Margaret 350 Margret 220 Yarra Valley 260 Yarra Valley 245 Yarra Valley 220 Coonawarra 300 St Julien 260

    Shiraz and Cabernets. Of all the wines to reduce, this section is arguably the hardest. To condense a section so loved by customers, revered by pundits and so damn delicious is one of the hardest jobs in the wine list writing game there is.

    2013 Balnaves Cabernet Sauvignon

    1. 2015  Bowen Estate Cabernet Sauvignon
    2. 2016  Nocturne Cabernet Sauvignon
    3. 2017  Cullen Wilyabrup Cab Blend

    2013 Cullen Diana Madeleine Cab Blend 2015 Pikes Cabernet Merlot
    2014 Grosset Gaia Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 Craggy Range Te Kahu Cab Blend

    2013 Craiglee Shiraz
    2016 Mount Langhi Cliff Edge Shiraz 2013 Jones Shiraz
    2016 Black Jack Shiraz
    2015 Jasper Hill Georgia’s Paddock Shiraz

    1. 2014  Ben Haines Raphaella Syrah
    2. 2015  By Farr Shiraz
    3. 2016  Best’s Great Western Bin No.1 Shiraz

    2016 Fox Creek Short Row Shiraz 2015 Yangarra Shiraz
    2015 St Hallet Shiraz
    2014 Rockford Basket Press Shiraz 2016 Muster Shiraz
    2016 Epsilon Shiraz

    1. 2016  Torbreck Loon Magnum Shiraz
    2. 2017  All Saints Family Cellar GSM

    2015 Izway Maurice Grenache

    Coonawarra 80 Coonawarra 65 Margaret River 70 Margaret River 70 Margaret River 220 Clare Valley 52 Clare Valley 110 Hawkes Bay 78

    Sunbury 90 Grampians 68 Rutherglen 63 Bendigo 80 Heathcote 175 Yarra Valley 75 Geelong 125 Great Western 63 McLaren Vale 75 McLaren Vale 61 Barossa Valley 80 Barossa Valley 165 Barossa Valley 65 Barossa Valley 67 Barossa Valley 144

    Rutherglen 75 Barossa 85

    Formaggio. Obviously, this isn’t a list of cheese, rather a list of wine to go with it.

    2016 Librandi Val Di Neto Vino
    2016 Mr Riggs Sticky End Viohnier
    2016 Mount Horrocks Cordon Cut Riesling 2012 La Spinetta Moscato d’Asti

    La Passule 100 McLaren Vale 55 Clare Valley 66 Piedmont 55

    Cold snacks

    Vestal mineral water 9 San pellegrino chinotto 5.5 Bergotto 5

    birra
    Coopers light 8 Boags premium 8.5 White rabbit dark ale 9 Little Creatures bright ale 9 Peroni nastro azzurro 9.5 Menebrea 1846 10 Mountain Goat 9.5

    Cider
    Harcourt pear cider 10 Dirty granny apple cider 9

    Cocchi americano 9 Campari 10 Aperol 10 Pimms 10

    Lustau amontillado dry sherry 10 Patron XO café` 14

    Absolut 11 Belvedere 14 Grey goose 14

    Bombay sapphire 11 Sacred hill 12 Tanqueray 10 15 D-one 15 Hendrick’s 15 Berry bros & rudd no.3 13 Four pillars 13 The Melbourne Gin Company 13

    Question and Answer

    1. Are those all wines can be bought in Bettega Restaurant?. Yes they are

    Summary

    For a few, this is the most energizing part about going out, for some, it’s the most overwhelming.

    For a long time, their wine list has been huge. It’s vacillated somewhere in the range of 300 and 400 wines, which is a great deal of wine to flick through when all you need is a decent glass of wine.

    Much like wine that conveys what needs be diversely when developed in better places, so too a wine rundown ought to be an outflow of where it’s from, who visits the eatery and what they anticipate.

    Along these lines, after about numerous long stretches of having loads of wine, they presently have around 150. Set out in the least difficult shape they can, set out to make understanding it simple, and picking something delectable considerably less demanding.

    While despite everything they have heaps of wine in our basement, what is on offer will change as wines come in

    what’s more, out of support and are smashed by glad clients.

    What won’t change is our pledge to high caliber, expressive wines, that suit our sustenance, as well as, the general population that make Bottega the achievement that it is.

     

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