Nestled within the boot of Italy, beautiful vineyards produce some of the world's best wines. And, let's not forget the refreshing Italian drinks that also grace our palates. From aperitifs to liqueurs, the Italians know how to do it right.
Looking for a spot to grab a great drink and share some laughs with friends? Look no further than A Salute! Our laid-back environment is the perfect place for anyone looking to unwind and have a good time.
And if you're a fan of Italian drinks, you'll be in heaven with our extensive selection of wines, cocktails, and beers. So next time you're in need of a night out, swing on by and raise a glass with us at A Salute!
This guide will tantalize your taste buds with a list of Italian drinks and wine you've got to try. We’ll cover everything from the bold and spicy Primitivo to the luxurious and prestigious Barolo. So, grab a seat, sip some vino, and let's explore Italy together.
This red wine packs a spicy punch because of its high alcohol content and tannins. It’s hearty and bold, much like the people of Puglia where it originates.
Primitivo grapes grow in warm temperatures that produce concentrated flavors, leading to a high-quality wine. Enjoy it with pasta dishes cooked in tomato sauce, lamb or barbecued meats. Primitivo is perfect for cold winter nights.
This Italian drink is the ultimate party starter. Made from the grapes grown in Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, Lambrusco is a fizzy wine.
It's light and refreshing, which makes it ideal for sipping on hot summer days. Pair it with charcuterie, light salads, and seafood or any dish that needs a quick pick-me-up.
Looking for a bittersweet punch-me-up? Look no further than Campari, the OG Italian aperitif from the 1800s.
It's an acquired taste, but that bitter bite is what makes bitter cocktails, baby! Mix it up with gin or soda and finish it off with a fancy orange slice. Sip it before dinner and feel like a boss.
For a fruity twist on a classic cocktail, try Bellini. This refreshing drink comprises equal parts of peach puree and Prosecco. The Bellini is an iconic cocktail that originated in Harry's Bar in Venice. It's a perfect light drink to serve alongside baked goods for breakfast or brunch.
This Italian drink is known for its captivating aroma, rich flavor, and unusual complexity. Barolo hails from the Northern Piedmont region of Italy, and it's one of Italy's most prestigious wines.
It takes ten years for a Barolo to fully mature and develop its unique flavor. This luxurious wine pairs well with hard cheeses or rich game meats.
From bold and spicy Primitivo to refreshing and fizzing Lambrusco, Italy has an endless list of drinks and wines to offer.
Whether you're seeking aperitifs, liqueurs, or classic wines, the Italian culture will leave you mesmerized. So, what are you waiting for? Explore Italy, and indulge your taste buds with these delectable Italian drinks and wine. Cheers!