Wine List


LaScala Wine & Drink Menu

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Wines by the Glass
White Wines
Bin#
200 – Pinot Grigio, Placido Prima$7
302 – Moscato, Mezzacorona$7
300 – Riesling, Bauer & Foss, Germany$7
301 – Riesling, Chateau Ste. Michelle$8
400 – Chardonnay, Canyon Road$6
401 – Chardonnay, Fetzer$7
402 – Chardonnay, Kendall Jackson$8
403 – Chardonnay, Greg Norman$8.50
500 – Sauvignon Blanc, Geyser Peak$8
502 – Bianco (white) di Toscana, Mazzoni$8
503 – White Zinfandel, Canyon Road (Blush)$6
100 – Prosecco, Lunetta (Sparkling)$7
Red Wines
Bin#
600 – Chianti, Gabbiano, D.O.C.G$7
601 – Chianti, Melini, D.O.C.G$8
604 – Super Tuscan, Leone Rosso$8
612 – Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Zonin$7
613 – Labrusco, Lo Duca$7
700 – Pinot Noir, Redwood Creek$7
701 – Pinot Noir, Mac Murray$9
702 – Shiraz, McWilliams Hanwood Estate$7
703 – Red Blend, Apothic$7
800 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Canyon Road$6
801 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Fetzer$7
802 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street$7
900 – Merlot, Canyon Road$6
901 – Merlot, Chateau Ste. Michelle$8
Wines by the Bottle
White Wines
Bin#
200 – Pinot Grigio, Placido Prima$26
201 – Pinot Grigio, Maso Canali$30
202 – Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita$48
302 – Moscato, Mezzacorona$25
300 – Riesling, Bauer & Foss, Germany$25
301 – Riesling, Chateau Ste. Michelle$27
400 – Chardonnay, Canyon Road$23
401 – Chardonnay, Fetzer$25
402 – Chardonnay, Kendall Jackson$28
403 – Chardonnay, Greg Norman$30
404 – Chardonnay, La Crema$34
405 – Chardonnay, Sonoma Cutrer$40
500 – Sauvignon Blanc, Geyser Peak$27
501 – Sauv. Blanc, Kim Crawford, Marlborough$30
502 – Bianco (white) di Toscana, Mazzoni$26
Blush & Sparkling
Bin#
503 – White Zinfandel, Canyon Road (Blush)$22
100 – Prosecco, Lunetta (Sparkling)$26
102 – Pink Prosecco, Riondo$26
103 – Asti Spumanti, Cinzano$30
104 – Domaine Chandon Brut Blanc de Noir$39
105 – Moet & Chandon, Imperial$79
106 – Dom Perignon$230
Italian Reds
Bin#
600 – Chianti, Gabbiano, D.O.C.G$26
601 – Chianti, Melini, D.O.C.G$28
602 – Chianti Classico, Straccali$30
603 – Chianti, Ruffino, Riserva Ducale$38
604 – Super Tuscan, Leone Rosso$26
605 – Super Tuscan, Capezanna, Barco Reale$28
606 – Super Tuscan, Villa Antinori$36
607 – Super Tuscan, Luce$101
608 – Valpolicella Classico, Luigi Reghetti$28
609 – Brunello, Caparzo$69
610 – Barolo, M. Chiarlo$79
611 – Amarone Classico, Bertani Villa Arvedi$611
612 – Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, Zonin$7
613 – Labrusco, Lo Duca$7
614 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Stemmari, Sicilia$28
American & Other Reds
Bin#
700 – Pinot Noir, Redwood Creek$25
701 – Pinot Noir, Mac Murray$32
702 – Shiraz, McWilliams Hanwood Estate$26
703 – Red Blend, Apothic$28
704 – Malbec, Gascon, Argentina$28
800 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Canyon Road$23
801 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Fetzer$25
802 – Cabernet Sauvignon, Main Street$26
803 – Cabernet Sauv, Louis M. Martini, Sonoma$26
804 – Cabernet Sauv, Stags Leap Artemis$69
900 – Merlot, Canyon Road$23
901 – Merlot, Chateau Ste. Michelle$28
902 – Merlot, Free Mark Abbey, Napa$32
Specialty Drinks & Martinis
$7.50
LaScala Martini
Vodka, dry vermouth, and a bleu cheese stuffed olive.
Italian Breezini
Vodka, Captain Morgan, Malibu Coconut Rum, with
a splash of pineapple and cranberry.
White Vineyard Martini
Grape vodka, triple sec, and a splash of Prosecco.
Tiramisu Martini
Vanilla vodka, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur, Kahlua,
and a splash of Bailey’s.
Key Lime Martini
Whipped vodka, Rose’s Sweetened Lime Juice, and Tessora Liqueur.
White Sangria
Pinot Grigio, Malibu Mango Rum, and a splash of peach schnapps. Served over ice and garnished with fruit.
Espresso Martini
Triple Shot Espresso vodka and Tres Leches Liqueur, served chilled and up.

Bottled Beers & Malt Beverages

Draft & Imports
$4.50
Moretti • Peroni • Amstel Light • Stella
Great Lakes Burning River Pale Ale • Heineken
New Castle • Becks Darks • Blue Moon
Samuel Adams Boston Lager • Corona
Killian’s Irish Red
Domestics
$3.75
Budweiser • Bud Light • MGD
Miller Light • Coors Light
Michelob Ultra • Yuengling
Yuengling Light • Odoul’s n/a
Smirnoff Ice
“In Europe we thought of wine as something healthy and normal as
Food and also a great giver of happiness and well being and delight.
Drinking wine was not a snobbism nor a sign of sophistication nor
a cult; it was as natural as eating and to me as necessary.”
-Ernest Hemmingway

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