DeNunzio’s is now a wine sales outlet for Natali Vineyards. Wine is available by the bottle for dine in and takeout.
Nonna’s Cucina Wine
A semi-sweet riesling. It contains nearly 2% residual sugar which provides a soft and silky finish. This is the type of wine you would find in grandmom’s kitchen at the turn of the 20th Century and hence the name Nonna’s Cucina Wine. Take note of its tropical nose as you savor this wine a refreshing summer wine. $23
Meadow’s Edge - Nonno’s Cellar
Made from a blend of three grapes from new world vines. Your grandpop (Nonno) might have made this wine this way from similar grapes during prohibition when home winemaking was still legal. But unlike “Nonno” we use the best cultured yeast science can provide. This is a “strong” wine with a lasting finish. $23
The wine is youthful yet the nose takes in the black ripe currants. The most recent vintage has been aged in new oak which contributes to a full body and spicy mouth feel. $29
Our blueberries are grown in the Pine Barrens of southern New Jersey. The distinctive aroma of blueberries is in your nose and on your tongue. The wine is clear and bright; the sweetness and tartness are nicely balanced. $27
The Cape May Peninsula has a unique climate. For the tender European wine grapes (Vitis Vinifera), the Mid-Atlantic region is hostile: too cold, too humid, and too rainy. But lower Cape May’s climate is moderated by two large bodies of water, the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay. The configuration and climate parallels a famous French winegrowing region, the Bordeaux, which lies between the Atlantic and the lower Gironde River. Like the area known as the Medoc, a variety of wine does well here.
Our 2012 Vintage. It’s clean and bright with supple soft smell of ripe sweet melons. Put your nose in this wine and you can also detect a cornucopia of passion fruit from mangoes to pineapples. Yet this wine is crisp and bold and will stand up well with shellfish. This variety does well in the vineyards of Cape May County. $23.
This cold hardy wine does well in the Alpine Valleys of France and Italy but also along the Atlantic Seaboard. The resulting wine is light and delicate yet contains bold acids like a green apple. $21