Wine Menu
Our Philosophy

When Maryann and Sal Diliberto visited Torino in Northern Italy, they stayed at the Grand Sitea Hotel. Early for a dinner reservation, Sal and Maryann visited the wine bar off of the hotel lobby for a glass of wine. Upon being seated, they were served the wine they ordered by the accommodating staff, and later they were given cheeses to taste, meats, and more… all just for having a glass of wine! The beautiful ambiance and hospitality of the staff made their experience one to remember.

Sal and Maryann now would like to offer the same to you. As you choose your tasting or glass of wine, please select one of the following complimentary Italian tastes to enjoy with your wine:

Olives | Lupini Beans | Taralle

$4 per taste, or 3 tastes for $10

2015 Chardonnay
This delicious white wine was fermented in all new French oak barrels for five months. It has tastes of honey with a soft, smooth finish.

$27 Bottle
Take it with you$22 Bottle
$10 Glass

2013 Merlot
A deep garnet color and beautifully balanced flavors dominate this red wine aged for one year in new and used French oak. The body is full and filled with fruit flavors. With hints of blueberry upfront, it is followed by a long and warm finish.

$24 Bottle
Take it with you: $19 
$9 Glass

2014 Cantina
A delicious blend of 50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Franc. This well balanced wine combines the spicy notes of Cabernet Franc with the fruity flavors of Merlot. Aged in neutral French oak for one year, it has a smooth, lingering finish. It is an excellent table wine, and pairs perfectly with pasta and pizza.

$27 Bottle
Take it with you: $22
$10 Glass

2013 TRE
Outstanding blend of 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 15% Cabernet Franc, only made in the best vintages. This full bodied wine has a beautiful, deep garnet color, and is fruit forward with a long finish. It will age well for years to come.

$31 Bottle
Take it with you: $26 
$12 Glass

*Please note, for groups of 10 or more we serve wines only by the glass or the bottle.


2012 TRE
A blend of 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc, this wine is complex with light hints of fruit, and a smooth finish.

$27 Bottle
Take it with you: $22 bottle

2014 Merlot
Light bodied and fruit forward, this red wine was aged for 1 year in new and neutral French oak. It is a perfect complement to most Italian foods.

$23 Bottle
Take it with you: $18 bottle

 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon – Wine Club Only
We rarely produce a 100% Cabernet Sauvignon, but this was an exceptional vintage. Well-balanced and easy drinking, this elegant red wine has notes of chocolate and a smooth finish.

$29 Bottle
Take it with you: $24 bottle

Wine Club Member tastings are complimentary, and all purchases are 20% off

Diliberto Winery Food Menu

When the moon hits your eye like…

Pizza “Salvatore”
A made to order 14-inch, thin crust pizza topped with fresh sliced tomatoes, mozzarella, Parmesan cheese, fresh basil, oregano, and a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil. It has the freshness of a summer garden and a delicious, crispy crust.
$19 Pie

Tastes of Italy

Italian Plate
A beautiful assortment of cheeses, Italian meats, dried fruit, nuts, olives, and taralle

Arancini di Riso
Small Oranges made of Rice – This smaller version of the Sicilian Rice Ball is very popular in the Campania Region of Italy. A blend of rice, eggs, cheese and a hint of lemon are breaded and lightly sautéed.
2 for $7 or 4 for $12

Mixed Imported Olives
A luscious assortment of imported olives including Kalamata, Greek Black, Alfonso, and Greek Queen.

Lupini Beans
The Legend: Sal’s father told him that a man had been walking down the street holding a handful of these, and peeled off the skins and ate the beans. He lamented to God and asked why he to be so poor as to have only this meager food to eat. Suddenly, he heard a noise and when he turned he saw a man behind him who was picking up the skins to eat. The moral to the story: be grateful for the gifts you have.This dried bean is imported from Italy. We soak it, boil it, and salt-cure it to perfection. Slide off the skin and this tasty bean is a pleasing treat.

An Italian snack food common all over the Southern half of the Italian Peninsula. These miniature crackers are similar in texture to a breadstick or pretzel.