Carmelo's Restaurant | Italian Wines

Carmelo's Italian Restaurant| Italian Wines | Wine Spectator Award of Excellence


Let us take you to the Land of Wines.

“Italian Winesare distinctly unique. They are so “Italian!” They have a taste and character all their own, something attributable to Italy’s many different grape varieties, (somewhere between 900-1000 in all), the soil and climatic conditions, as well as the various production techniques that have evolved since the Greeks first brought the wine to Italy almost 3000 years ago. They were so impressed that they named the country “Enotria Tellus", the Land of Vines.

With 20 different regions producing wines, some are still produced from a single grape while others are a blend of two or more varieties and are impossible to duplicate elsewhere. 


Italian Wines | Piedmont Wines | Carmelo's


The North-West Section is a green and ruggedly mountainous zone with flatlands entwined throughout. The best-known wines from this region include popular Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera and Dolcetto.

Venezia | Italian Wines | Carmelo's Italian Restaurant  

Venezia (Venezie Region)

Veneto produces grapes on high sloping mountain sides as well as on the valley floors. Located in the flatlands of the Piave Valley, north of Venice, this region produces full, characterful wines as Amarone and Valpolicella.

Tuscany | Italian Wines | Carmelo's Italian Restaurant


Set in the mountainous beauty, where olive trees, vines, and sweetly scented cypress trees populate the hillside, Tuscany is the spiritual home of Sangiovese and Chianti. The air is magnified and the light brilliantly vivid, a reminder that these hills were once home to the likes of Michelangelo and Leonardo.

Campania Wines | Italian Wines | Carmelo's Italian Restaurant


Campania is the fertile southern region of Naples, the Amalfi Coast, and Pompeii. It's home to the best known dry Greco.

Sicilian Wines | Italian Wines | Carmelo's Italian Wines


Sicily grows more grapes than anywhere in Italy. Some of the great glories of the island are produced from Malvasia, Nero d'Avola and Moscato. Etna Region, in particular, has become one of Italy's most exciting wine regions. Its volcanic soil and distinctive climate create wines with intense minerality and effusive flavors