Grazie Ristoranti Wine List –
Carta dei Vini

Whether you’re an experienced connoisseur or oenophile, or you just like trying different wines, you’ll find no wine snobbery here at Grazie Ristorante. You’ll find a wide selection of house and top wines, personally selected by our owners for their flavor and value.

Understanding our wine menu is easy. The type of wine is shown in bold (white, red, etc.). Then you’ll see the name of the wine, followed by the vinyard/vintner, with the region or location shown in parentheses.

Not sure which wine goes with your dish? Just asked our trained and knowledgeable wait staff. Many of them have been on our team trip to Italy to learn directly from the vintners. Want to know more about your wine, where it’s from and how it’s made? Just ask and we’ll be happy to share our love of good wine with you.

We’re looking forward to your next visit to Grazie Ristorante!

Grazie Wine Menu

At both Grazie Ristoranti you will find small production hand-crafted wines that have been carefully selected to pair with our signature dishes.

This wine list has been put together with great care with the mission to provide our guests at Grazie with the finest selection of Italian wines. Every other year, for the last 26 years, we have taken most of the Grazie Ristoranti family to Italia to immerse them in the culture of Italian wine and food. We have had the opportunity to meet and spend time with wonderful winemaking families. Almost all of the wines selected on our wine list are here because of the direct relationships we have established with the wineries. We will be happy to share with you insight into the production of these wines,. So please feel free to ask us to share a story or two about the people, their beautiful vineyards and, of course, their remarkable wines.

We do have a limited selection of our local Pacific Northwest and California wines, as well. We are honored to have this opportunity to present these wines to you and to share our passion with each and every one of you who dine with us at Grazie.

Kevin & Maria

Vini Spumante

Acinum Prosecco Extra Dry DOP (Veneto)

A bright and expressive Prosecco, with floral, spice, exotic pineapple and guava fruit set on fine, creamy bubbles. Delivers a fresh, zesty finish.

Cleto Chiarli Brut Rosé Spumante VSQ (Emilia-Romagna

Pinot Noir and Grasparossa grapes make this seductive, fragrant Rosé that shows lively flavors of strawberries and raspberries.

Barone Pizzini ‘Animante’ Franciacorta Brut DOCG NV (Lombardia)

Chardonnay, Pinot Nero, and Pinot Bianco are hand crafted in the same way as Champagne to produce Italy’s most prestigious bottling of bubbles, Franciacorta. This bottling is aged 20-30 months in bottle giving it incredible complexity, beautiful fine bubbles, and a lingering finish.

Vini Bianchi
Northern Italy

Vette di San Leonardo Sauvingnon Blanc Dolomiti IGT (Trentino)

“Vette” means “peak” in Italian, to honor the beautiful hillsides where the sauvignon blanc is grown. An aromatic bouquet with hints of white peach, and green peppercorn over a pleasing note of sage. Dry and complex with wonderful notes of minerality.

Vietti Roero Arneis DOCG (Piemonte)

In 1967 Alfredo Currado rediscovered this important varietal and is now considered the Father of modern Arneis. Fresh floral, citrus and melon aromas with hints of almond. A well-balanced, elegant wine with good complexity and a lingering finish.

Vie di Romans Chardonnay VDR Friuli-Isonzo DOC (Friuli-Isonzo)

Lemon and apple curd, nutmeg, cloves, vanilla, pie crust, dried apricots and papaya. Full-bodied and very textured with a buttery-ness carried by balanced acidity through to a creamy finish.

Alois Lageder Chardonnay Alto-Adige DOC (Alto-Adige)

Brilliant, straw-yellow color with light green hints; the aroma is delicate with notes of tropical fruit. Intense flavor and a good, medium bodied structure.

Maso Poli Pinot Grigio Trentino DOP (Trentino)

The mountainous Trentino region offers cool nighttime temperatures that help to enhance aromatic intensity paired with beautiful white peach, pear and honeydew melon.

Jermann Pinot Grigio Friuli DOC (Friuli-Venezia-Giulia)

This Pinot Grigio offers a fresh and zesty taste profile. All the aromas here are alive and bright. They include citrus, honey, white peach and Granny Smith apple.

Central Italy

La Lastra Vernaccia di San Gimignano DOCG (Toscana)

Acacia flower and beeswax scents drift out of the glass. On savory, medium bodied palate, a white almond note underscores juicy yellow peach, tangerine and pineapple flavors, alongside fresh acidity. A mineral note lingers on the tangy finish.

Campo alla Comete Vermentino DOC (Toscana)

From the coastline of Tuscany where Vermentino thrives, this lovely wine has a fresh and floral bouquet with notes of citrus and minerality. Medium bodied with a touch of viscosity.

Garofoli ‘Macrina’ Verdicchio Castelli dei Iesi DOC (Le Marche)

Made with the Verdicchio grape grown on the Adriatic (East) coast of Italy. This wine is fresh and pleasing with notes of peach, apples and exotic fruit varietals.


Argiolas ‘Costamolino’ Vermentino di Sardegna DOC (Sardegna)

Often shows the fragrance of evergreen shrubs and herbs that typifies the Sardinian landscape. Hints of pine and mint coupled with ripe stone fruits and sweet citrus.

Terredora di Paolo Fiano di Avellino DOCG (Campania)

Offers a broad bouquet with highlights of pear, white peach and Golden Delicious apple. Like most wines from the blessed areas of Irpinia and Avellino in Campania, this wine also reveals pretty mineral notes that recall talc powder and crushed sea shell.

Cantine Colosi Salina Bianco Salina IGP (Sicilia)

From the island of Salina off the northern tip of Sicilia. You will find the salinity of beach breezes, the minerality of volcanic soils and crushed sea shells, carried along by waves of vibrant citrus and white peach nuanced by jasmine and lemon curd.

Vini Rossi
Northern Italy

Pecchenino Barolo ‘San Giuseppe’ DOCG (Piemonte)

The Pecchenino family is based in Dogliani, where they specialize in Dolcetto. They own 7.5 acres in Monforte d’Alba, including San Giuseppe, where they grow Nebbiolo grapes for this wine on a south-facing slope. Intense bouquet with notes of ripe currants and raspberries accented by hints of truffle and violet. Elegant and balanced on the palate with good body and persistent sweet tannins.

Giovanni Rosso Barolo DOCG (Piemonte)

Giovanni Rosso vineyards are located in the best and most historic sites of the Serralunga d’Alba Barolo region. The nose is intense and complex with charming scents of cherry liqueur, violet, star anise, dried leaves and blueberries. On the palate it is well-structured and well-balanced, with smooth tannins and a very long finish.

Renato Ratti ‘Marcenasco’ Barolo DOCG (Piemonte)

Engaging notes of brambly black and red fruit, full-bodied and full-flavored. Boldly structured typical of Nebbiolo from the famed Barolo region. Elegant, with notes of leather, spice and dried rose petals.

Produttori del Barbaresco Barbaresco DOCG (Piemonte)

Produttori’s classic Barbaresco is lush and expressive. Flavors of ripe cherries stay vibrant and plush, lifted by notes of orange zest and bright green herbs. The tannins are silky and ripe, drawing out the flavors into a long, balanced finish.

Marchesi di Gresy ‘Martinenga’ Barbaresco DOCG (Piemonte)

Made with 100% “Rose clone” of the Nebbiolo grape and aged in oak for 2 years. This Barbaresco is a great combination of complexity, elegance and full flavors.

Giovanni Rosso Nebbiolo Langhe DOC (Piemonte)

This is a young drinking Nebbiolo, sourced from vineyards in Serralunga d’Alba and Roddino, aged for 6-8 months in large oak casks to soften the tannins. It is an elegant, well-structured red wine, with typical floral notes of violet and rose, combined with fresh aromas of cherry and raspberry.

Vietti ’Tre Vigne’ Barbera d’Asti DOCG (Piemonte)

Barbera grapes sourced from three different vineyards in the beautiful Asti area of Piemonte. Red cherry flavors are prevalent with hints of mineral and vanilla; medium body.

Castello di Neive ’Santo Stefano’ Barbera d’Alba DOC (Piemonte)

The Barbera grapes for this wine come from the famed Santo Stefano vineyard which initially caused critics to believe Italo Stupino was crazy as this vineyard is typically reserved for the hallowed Nebbiolo.

Pecchenino ‘Siri d’Jermu’ Dogliani Superiore DOCG (Piedmonte)

Orlando Pecchenino recalls visiting this vineyard (named Siri d’Jermu – meaning ’William’s Hill’) as a child and is enormously grateful to have been able to purchase it later in life, honoring its original owner, Jermu. This wine is layered, and complex with surprising depth and structure. It is floral and pretty in the nose with a supple and silky texture. 100% Dolcetto.

Jermann ‘Red Angel On the Moonlight’ Venezia-Giulia IGT (Friuli)

This is one of the most sought after red wines of the region. This isn’t Pinot Nero for the traditionalist as it is blended with approximately 15% Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Silvio Jermann is known as a visionary. This wine is described as elegant and finessed, yet full-bodied.

Allegrini Amarone DOCG (Veneto)

Benchmark Amarone from the most awarded winery in the Veneto. This is a wine with endless depth, complexity and balance. Notes of roasted black raspberry, dried fig and spice with a persistent and lifted finish containing smooth, velvety tannins.

Le Salette Amarone DOCG (Veneto)

A tiny producer in the heart of the historic region. Plenty of plush ripe dark fruit with notes of dry herbs, prunes and cherries. Full bodied with a velvety, warm mouthfeel and long, lingering finish.

Allegrini ‘Palazzo della Torre’ Veronese IGT (Veneto)

Ripasso in style, but made in a different way – Palazzo Della Torre is made using a small percentage of Corvinone grape which have been left to dry in the sun. The result is a wine with dark red fruit and a smooth structure. Layers of vanilla, clove, cinnamon and black pepper emerge on the bouquet and palate.

Vini Rossi
Central Italy

Camigliano Brunello di Montalcino DOCG (Toscana)

A great wine with an intense bouquet and balanced tannins that express all the characteristics of the “terroir” in terms of its quality and type, both in the selection of clones and in the selection of the best-situated and sunniest terrain. A wine that will evolve throughout your meal.

Fattoria del Cerro Vino Nobile di Montepulciano DOCG (Toscana)

Mouth filling Sangiovese from vineyards near the ancient town of Montepulciano in Tuscany. Rich dark berry fruit and gentle acidity, lingering finish with a touch of vanilla oak.

Poliziano Rosso di Montepulciano DOC (Toscana)

A blend of Sangiovese (known as Prugnolo Gentile in the Tuscan town of Montepulciano) and approximately 20% Merlot. This full-bodied red is supple and fruity, showcasing the rich and vibrant Sangiovese fruit that didn’t quite make it into the bottling of Vino Nobile.

Fattoria Selvapiana Chianti Rufina DOCG (Toscana)

Delicate aromas of subtle herbs and oak. The palate is elegant and fresh with flavors of red berries, licorice and plum to finish. Balanced, ripe, smooth tannins.

Castello dei Rampolla Chianti Classico DOCG (Toscana)

Ripe black-skinned berry, underbrush, violet, new leather and cake spice aromas shape the nose on this earthy, fragrant red. Bright and savory, the vigorous palate offers juicy Marasca cherry, raspberry jam, cinnamon and star anise alongside a hint of game. Full-bodied and rich.

Castellare Chianti Classico DOCG (Toscana)

A bright ruby red in color, this Chianti Classico shows well-integrated aromas of tart red cherries, tobacco, sunbaked earth, and a hint of cedar spice. On the palate, firm structure and refreshing acidity make it a very versatile food wine. Medium-bodied and elegant.

Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico Riserva DOCG (Toscana)

Organically grown Sangiovese and other typical Tuscan grapes aged in oak for 24 months. Balsamic aromas of flower petals, cherry and licorice, this wine is balanced and full bodied.

Poliziano ‘In Violas’ Cortona Merlot DOC (Toscana)

A delicious and silky Merlot. Elegant and soft on the palate with notes of chocolate and plum, currant and spice. A stunning example of Merlot grown in the right soil (clay) and kissed by the Tuscan sun.

SUPER TUSCAN Rocca di Frassinello ‘Le Sughere’ Maremma Toscana DOC (Toscana)

Everything you want a Super Tuscan to be. A joint venture between Lafite of Bordeaux and Castellare of Chianti Classico, this wine brilliantly melds both worlds on Tuscan ground. Rich and savory, with beautiful fruit, velvety tannins and seductive oak nuances.

SUPER TUSCAN Camigliano ‘Poderuccio’ Rosso Toscana IGT (Toscana)

Camigliano is one of the first Montalcino properties to plant Cabernet Sauvignon. This Super Tuscan is a blend of predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with a small percentage of Sangiovese. Full-bodied, round and very concentrated.

Valle Reale ‘Vigneto di Popoli’ Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC (Abruzzo)

This estate is very unique in that it is inside The Gran Sasso National Park of Italy. Therefore they are obligated to practice Organic farming in which they have become USDA Certified Organic farmers. This wine has silky tannins and layers of dark berry fruit and spices. Full-bodied and firm yet supple.

Vini Rossi
Southern Italy

Argiolas ‘Costera’ Cannonau di Sardegna DOC (Sardegna)

Made from Cannonau (Garnacha or Grenache). The warmth and intense sunlight of southern Sardinia can be seen and felt in this wine with deep color and fullness on the palate.

Terredoro di Paolo Fatica Contadina Taurasi DOCG (Campania)

100% Aglianico grown in volcanic soil delivers a pronounced complex nose with hints of black cherry, spicy scents of violet and tobacco, as well as, tar and mineral notes. Aglianico (and, especially Taurasi) is considered the Barolo of the south.

Leone de Castris Salice Salentino Rosso Riserva DOC (Puglia)

This full-boded southern red delivers rich black cherry and baked fruit with notes of vanilla, spice and anise with suppleness and velvety tannins. Negroamaro and Malvasia Nera.

Leone de Castris Primitivo di Manduria Villa Santera DOC (Puglia)

Primitivo is similar to Zinfandel, both originate from the same grape from Croatia. This offering is from one of the oldest estates in the south of Italy, the bouquet offers rich aromas of plum and spice such as vanilla and ginger. It is full-bodied, rich and well balanced.

Botromagno ‘Pier delle Vigne’ Murgia Rosso IGP (Puglia)

This blend successfully marries the structure and aging potential of Aglianico with the softness and fruitiness of Montepulciano. This hearty red wine has perfect balance between fruit and oak.

Librandi ‘Duca San Felice’ Cirò Rosso Classico Superiore Riserva DOC (Calabria)

Made from 100% Gaglioppo that is thought to have been introduced from Greece to southern Italy, this wine has aromas of figs, sour cherries with hints of chocolate, and a long spicy finish.

Librandi ‘Gravello’ Val di Neto Rosso IGT (Calabria)

A blend of Gaglioppo 60% and Cabernet Sauvignon 40% could be called a “Super Calabrian” wine. Rich notes of ripe berries, coffee, and cassis, velvety tannins and a persistent finish.

Feudi del Pisciotto ‘Versace’ Nero d’Avola Terre Siciliane IGT (Sicilia)

A rich, structured and velvety wine. Complex and intense nose with notes of red fruit, currants, blueberries and cherries, together with dark spicy and toasty oak.

Cantine Colosi Salina Rosso Salina IGP (Sicilia)

Cantine Colosi is a fourth generation family-owned winery on the island of Salina, a small volcanic island off the coast of northeastern Sicily. Their Salina Rosso is an equal blend of Nerello Mascalese and Nerello Cappuccio, two indigenous Sicilian grapes. The aromas are very expressive, and include raspberries on the vine and a hint of nutmeg. Flavors include red fruit, spice, and a savory, almost salty quality like Italian cured meat.

Vini Dolci

Marenco Brachetto DOC 375 ml/750 ml (Piemonte)

Brachetto has been cultivated in Piedmont since Roman times. Slightly frizzante, this wine shows typical Brachetto aromas of roses, sweet plums, and red cherries. It is the light red equivalent of Moscato d’Asti.

Marenco Scrapona Moscato d’Asti DOCG 375 ml/750 ml (Piemonte)

This Moscato d’Asti gets its characteristic effervescence through a second fermentation in tank, it is stopped when the wine reaches 5% alcohol. A refreshing, yet seductive glass of creamy aromas of jasmine, peach blossom and candied almond.

West Coast

White Wines

Sean Minor ’Four Bears’ Sauvignon Blanc, California (California)

Medium-bodied with juicy grapefruit acidity. The kiwi, green apple and tropical flavors evolve into a hint of minerality that adds complexity to the finish.

Macrostie Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast (California)

A beautifully fragrant nose of pineapple, mango and guava. On the palate, the tropical fruit elements mingle with lively citrus layers as well as hints of spice from aging in French oak.

Red Wines

Argyle Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley (Oregon)

The fruit profile rides the line of red and dark fruit embraced by subtle, toasted hazelnuts, and vanillin. While the tannins are firm, but rounded, there is an underlying earthy minerality which drives the mid-palate through the long finish.

Balancing Act Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley (Washington)

Displays classic Cabernet characteristics on the nose of blackberry, cassis, mocha, and toast. The palate is more dark fruits, chocolate, fig jam, and a hint of crème de cassis.

Hedges Family Estate Cabernet Sauvignon, Red Mountain (Washington)

Made from grapes sourced exclusively from the Hedges family’s four estate vineyards, this wine is produced from biodynamically grown fruit harvested on Red Mountain. Bright blackberry and cherry with a lot of black licorice, fresh leather, earth, cinnamon and clove spice. There is a hint of coffee and dark cocoa with just a touch of vanilla.

Nota Bene ‘Ciel du Cheval Vineyard’ Syrah, Red Mountain (Washington)

A touch of Viognier co-fermented with this Syrah grown on Red Mountain brings floral notes to the nose. It is a wonderfully, deep, dark wine with rich, dark fruit and savory notes.

Small Bottles of Wine

Quarter Bottles (187 ml)

Zardetto ‘Private Cuvee’ Brut NV (Veneto) 12

Half Bottles (375 ml)

Alois Lageder Pinot Grigio Alto-Adige DOC (Alto-Adige) 25

Tramin Pinot Nero Alto-Adige DOC (Alto-Adige ) 30

San Leonardo Bordeaux Blend Vigneti Delle Domoliti IGT (Trentino) 65

Marchesi di Gresy ‘Martinenga’ Barbaresco DOCG (Piemonte) 53

Vietti ’Castiglione’ Barolo DOCG (Piemonte) 58

Castellare Chianti Classico DOCG (Toscana) 32

Camigliano Brunello di Montalcino DOCG (Toscana) 47

Macrostie Chardonnay, Sonoma Coast (California) 25

Argyle Reserve Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley (Oregon) 43