Black rice, eggplant, Haricots Verts, Juliet tomato
Heritage Farm Pork Chop
Iacopi Butter bean, chanterelles, bok choy, pork jus
Stemple Creek Veal
Farrotto, spring onion, Jimmy Nardello pepper, corn
Prosecco, La Maschera "Extra Dry" Italy NV
A dry, effortlessly light, airy, delicious Italian bubbly. It's the perfect aperitif
Veuve Fourny and Fils Premier Cru "Grande Reserve", Brut France NV
Tiny bubbles, full of finesse, pure and fine, with great balance. an excellent example of a french "grower" champagne at it's best
The perfect start to any meal, our take on this classic utilize elderflower & hops
Vermentino di Gallura, Pedres (Italy) 2015
A dry, lively, crisp white from the picturesque isle of Sardinia. The coastal influence and rocky terrain give a great marin salinity and it is always served with fresh seafood and pasta
Vermentino Nero (Rosato), Prima Brezza, Italy (2015)
Bright refreshing rosé from the Ligurian coast, made from an almost extinct grape. It has great acidity, a little more weight than usual and a nice savory note that complements our food, give it a try!
Pinot Grigio, Paggio, (Italy) 2015
Lively on the palate, with great mineral structure. With its close proximity to the Dolomite mountain range and the Adriatic sea adds yet another dimension to this food friendly wine from Friuli, which I highly recommend
Pinot Bianco, La Montecchia (Italy) 2015
Softly pressed grapes gives it a cloud of straw, 5 months in stainless steel tanks gives it structure, five generations of wine making equates to balance, this is a great addition to our menu as it complements our lighter dishes
This dry, sensational, wonderfully perfumed white wine is from the tiny, picturesque Isle of Salina, which lies somewhere between Sicily & Italy's southern tip. Ideal with our style of foods
Arneis, Il Falchetto (Italy) 2015
This little rascal is hard to grow, but when done correctly this lovely Italian offers great texture as well as vibrant fruit notes that will make you smile…Enjoy with our fish dishes and light pastas!
Pecorino, Ciù Ciù, (Italy) 2015
The Adriatic coast adds salinity, the rolling hills of Offida gives minerality, bright lively acidity rounds out this excellent food friendly wine. This is a favorite amongst the locals and I hope that you'll agree
This fantastic Ligurian coastal wine is so vibrant and refreshing. What a wonderful food wine. The family is the ONLY known producer of this indigenous grape variety. We are lucky to have some here and hope you'll agree
Moscofilero, Georges Skouras (Greece) 2016
Exuberant aromatic tropical fruit on the nose, the volcanic soil it's grown in adds minerality with a wonderful dry finish. I am really impressed with this wine as it refreshes your palate so well and complements our dishes
Albariño, Fillaboa Spain 2015
This is a wine you won't want to miss out on. these aromatic grape varieties heighten food like few others can. it's a terrific, wonderfully perfumed, riveting, fresh and alive spanish white
White Burgundy,Pouilly Vinzelles [France] 2015
Classic chardonnay at it's purest, mineral driven, rich on the palate; this is a great food wine
Riesling, Dr. F. Weins-Prüm, Estate Germany 2015
An absolutely delicious, wonderfully floral bend with great texture and balance, Can be enjoyed by itself or with our lighter dishes
Chardonnay, Trefethen [Napa Valley] 2016
Oak knoll is a highly acclaimed vineyard in Napa Valley, great weight with baking spices that are apparent, but the acidic finish and fruit make this an excellent food wine, it's all about balance
This is a great find, although Merry is known for her prowess with pinot noir. This is about as close as you can get to the real thing. Great acidity with wonderful balance on the palate. Talk about brilliant!
Sauvignon Blanc, Matanzas Creek (Sonoma County) 2016
A very classy, elegant, wonderfully pure and food friendly Sauvignon Blanc. It is very dry with hints of tropical fruit. This wine shows the quality of modern day wine making in the USA
Soave, Corte Giacobbe [Italy] 2016
This is definitely a family business now with three generations of wine making behind them. It's a vibrant Northern Italian that will refresh your palate and complement our food whilst you are reaching for another taste
Muller Thurgau, La Crotta di Vegneron, Vallée d'Aoste [Italy] 2015
The smallest wine producing region in Italy; bordering France & Switzerland, this mineral driven wine offers some great stone fruit, with exquisite acidity due to the high elevation, and rocky terrain in which it is produced
Rosso Di Montalcino, Capanna, (Italy) 2015
A bit of "new world" winemaking with "old world" flavors, from one of the original 13 producers...This great Tuscan is very approachable with wonderful texture, good structure and fruit. It complements our food across the board!
Brunello Di Montalcino, Casanuova delle Carbaie (Italy) 2006
Sangiovese Grosso is the grape that needs a little bottle age. This is a lovely delicate interpretation of this wonderful varietal, as it's well rounded and ready to drink right now. It's the perfect choice for our food
Sangiovese, Chianti Classico, Le Fonti (Italy) 2013
Owner wine maker Vicky Schmitt does an awesome job on this terrific vintage. Panzano is the premier wine growing region of Tuscany. That equates to an extremely food friendly wine, with balance and a real sense of place
Cab/Merlot "Ca'Emo", La Monatecchia (Italy) 2014
Ancient volcanic soils situated south of Venice, adds a nice smokey dimension to this well-rounded Bordeaux transplant. Balanced and food friendly, you cant go wrong.
Primitivo del Salento, Il Trullo (2013)
If you are looking for something big and dry with a long French finish, then this layers powerhouse from Campania has it all. I am glad it has had a little bottle age and i definitely recommend it for our heartier preparations
An amazing, VERY tasty, wildly rustic, intriguing, masculine, authentic red wine from Sicily.
Sangiovese, Baldetti, "Marius" Italy 2012
This really is a super Tuscan with the addition of a touch of merlot which gives depth of colour and rounds out the edges to make it really approachable and delicious
Lacrima di Morro D'alba, Orgiolo, (Italy) 2015
This earthy, spicy, delicious floral red comes from the almost extinct Lacrima grape. There is only a three-day window to harvest this grape as its skin is so delicate. It's an absolute must, as it works so well with our food
Cesanese, L'Olivella Italy 2013
If it's good enough for the Pope, then it's good enough for me! This masculine wine has great texture, it has supple well-rounded tannins that do not over power the palate- it's a great find that complements our cooking style
Gattinara, Anzivino (Italy) 2011
Made from the same high profile Nebbiolo grape as Barolo & Barbaresco...this is from a neighboring province up in the hills. This rustic, earth driven red wine is very refined due to two years in oak barriques. It's especially seductive with our heartier dishes
Barbaresco, Monciraldo (Italy) 2011
If Barolo is the KING, then Barbaresco is definitely the QUEEN. This is a wonderful elegant, yet bold expression of this grape which will heighten our food like no other wine
Barolo, Garesio (Italy) 2013
Organically farmed since its inception, this wine is elegance in a bottle, highly refined with wonderful floral notes, which offers an almost feminine approachable quality. Give it time to open up and you wont't be disappointed
Montepulciano D'abruzzo, Scarpone "Tribute to Vincenzo", "Riserva" (Italy) 2010
I love the flavour profile of these "old world" wines. They have this knack of over delivering, without competing with the food, this is an excellent example. It has many layers that will evolve and open throughout the meal
Amarone della Valpolicella, Nicolis "Ambrosan" (Italy) 2011
Every year the Nicolis brothers select the best grapes from their vineyards to put into this bottling. Powerful yet delicate with rich flavors of ripe forest fruit. Notes of autumn leaves and leather. It was a sensational year!
Dolcetto, Palmina Santa Barbara 2014
This really is an absolutely delicious red wine, which you can win a lot of friends with. it's a wonderfully fruit driven italian look-a-like from superstar pinot maker, steve clifton
This wine making phenomenon has been around for a while now, with 40 harvests and counting. You'll enjoy this wonderfully perfumed delicious pinot, which really stood out to us thanks to its acidity and balance.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Truchard (Napa Valley) 2014
Family owned winery since 1887. This Cabernet is aged 20 months in French oak; is very layered and herbaceous wine with red fruit and ripe tannins giving it a lengthy finish with a touch of spice.
Cabernet Sauvignon, Parador (Napa Valley) 2006
You asked for it, so we decided to put on a fantastic Napa Valley Cab. This wine is all about the volcanic soil that the grapes are grown in. It needs a little time to open so please be patient
Cabernet Sauvignon, Château Montelena (Napa Valley) 2013
This is BIG name in the California wine business, they are so consistent year after year. This example is terrific as it is so approachable and won't overpower our food.
Erdinger Non Alcoholic
Erding Weissbräu Brewery, Erding, Germany
North Coast Brewing Co., Fort Bragg, California
Sudwerk Brewing CO., Davis, California
Eel River Organic I.P.A.
Eel River Brewing CO. Scotia California
Straus Panna Cotta
Strawberry rhubarb, lemon verbena, Reisling
Nocciola, Chantilly cream, biscotti
Swensen's Vanilla Affogato
NV Fior D' Arancio, Moscato D'asti
2011 Capanna, Moscadello di Montalcino
2012 Vin Santo, del Chianti
NV Madeira, Malmsey "Special Reserve"
NV Six Grapes Port
Cocchi Vermouth di Torino
Ecuadorian Organic House Blend
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disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Seven Hills specializes in home made pasta. You have never had pasta like this. We offer half orders which are great to share or full order that can be served as a main course. Seven Hills offers both contemporary and classic regional Italian dishes, set in a causal atmsphere while cable cars pass through the night.