An Eataly Guide: Festive Wines & Spirits to Elevate your Autumn Entertaining

Indulge in the epitome of sophistication and taste this holiday season with our exquisite collection of fine Italian wines and thoughtfully-crafted spirits. Made with the utmost precision and care, our selection promises to elevate your festive celebrations to new heights. Looking for suggestions?

Whether you’re sipping on a robust Barolo, or savouring the pleasantly tart taste of limoncello, these selections are the perfect companions to set the stage for a season of elevated entertaining.




A renowned producer of Barolo, Fontanafredda has been noble since the start. The winery was founded in 1858 by Count Emanuele Alberto di Mirafiori on the hunting grounds of his father, King Vittorio Emanuele II. Today, more than 150 years later, the estate continues to produce wines of the highest caliber, thanks to the respect of the land, passion for vinicultural tradition and use of innovative technology.

Umani Rochi


From Le Marche to Abruzzo, Umani Ronchi cultivates 210 hectares of vineyards organically, respecting nature, the land and the people who work it. Umani Ronchi is renowned for producing a diverse range of high-quality wines, from the classic Verdicchio and Montepulciano varietals to their innovative blends, each reflecting the unique terroir and expertise that define their winemaking legacy.

Casa E. Di Mirafiore


Casa E. di Mirafiore, located in the heart of the Langhe region in Italy, epitomizes a heritage of winemaking that dates back to the late 19th century. Their esteemed vineyards and cellars have given life to a collection of wines that reflect the essence of the Piedmont terroir, showcasing both tradition and innovation in every bottle.

Engine Gin


Engine Gin is a quintessentially unique Italian gin distilled with 100% organic Italian ingredients and an award-winning package inspired by the world of motor sports. Within every sip, taste the extremely smooth flavours of sage from Piedmont, Sicilian lemons, Tuscan juniper berries, Calabrian licorice root, damask rose cultivated in Piedmont, spring water from the Alps, and alcohol distilled from Italian wheat. Each bottle, reminiscent of an oil tin, is bottled by hand and produced in small batches within the Alta Langa region in Northwestern Italy. Try it in your next Negroni!

Visit our Vino e Birra To Go to check out the wine and spirits.*

*Nota Bene: All purchases of alcohol must be accompanied with food.