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Cafe Vico Wine Menu

  • White Wines of the World Open or Close

    FRANCE / NEW ZEALAND/ GERMANY
    129 • Riesling, SA Prum ‘Blue Slate’ Germany 42
    130 • Pouilly Fuisse, Louis Latour, Burgundy 51
    131 • Puligny Montrachet, Louis Latour, Burgundy 118
    132 • Sauvignon Blanc, The Crossings, New Zealand 44
    133 • Dry Rose, Jean Luc Colombo, Provence-France 36
    134 • Chardonnay, Kim Crawford ‘Un-oaked’ NZ 45
    135 • Sauvignon Blanc, Esk Valley, New Zealand 51
    136 • Sauvignon Blanc, Kim Crawford, NZ 45
    137 • Poully Fuisse, Emile Beranger, Burgundy 39

  • Red Wines of the World Open or Close

    FRANCE
    140 • Beaujolais Villages, Georges Duboeuf 31
    141 • Cotes du Rhone, J. Vidal Fleury, Rhone 46
    142 • Chateauneuf du Pape, Domaine Lazaret, Rhone 81
    144 • Chateau des Laurets, Saint Emilion 69

    SPAIN
    150 • Rioja Riserva, Marques de Riscal 44
    151 • Rioja Gran Riserva, Campo Viejo 62
    152 • Legaris Crianza, Ribero del Duero  47

  • Champagne & Sparkling Wine Open or Close

    009 • Prosecco, Col de Salici, Italy 39
    010 • Prosecco, Mionetto, Italy 37
    011 • Asti Spumante, Cinzano, Italy 33
    014 • Freixenet, Brut Cava, Spain 33    
    018 • Mumm Brut Prestige, Napa Valley 40
    013 • Moet & Chandon, “Brut Imperial”, NV, France 85
    012 • Laurent Perrier, Brut Rose, NV, France 149
    015 • Dom Perignon, Vintage, France 245
    016 • Veuve Clicquot Brut, Yellow Label, NV, France 135
    017 • Veuve Clicquot ‘La Grande Dame’ Franc 275

  • Red Wines of the Southern Hemisphere Open or Close

    These regions grow between the very same latitudes South as those in the North.
    CHILE / ARGENTINA / AUSTRALIA  

    153 • Carmenere, Concha y Toro, Chile 33                              
    155 • Merlot, Casillero del Diablo, Chile 29
    156 • Carmenere, Haras, Chile 33
    157 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Haras Character, Chile 49
    158 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Casa Lapostolle,Chile 46
    159 • Malbec, Casillero del Diablo, Chile 29
    160 • Malbec, Septima, Argentina 32
    161 • Malbec, Antigal  ‘Uno” Argentina 49
    162 • Malbec, Graffigna ‘Grand Reserva’ Argentina 63
    164 • Shiraz, Penfolds ‘Koonunga Hill’ Australia 34

  • White Wines of Italy Open or Close

    100 • Pinot Grigio, Ruffino, Lumina 29
    101 • Pinot Grigio, Lagaria, Veneto 30
    103 • Pinot Grigio, Ca’ Montini, Veneto 46
    102 • White Super Tuscan, Terre di Tufi, Tuscany 39
    112 • Falanghina, Feudi San Gregorio, Campania 38
    104 • Pinot Grigio, Jermann, Friuli 65
    105 • Pinot Grigio, Santa Margherita, Alto-Adige 55
    106 • Chardonnay, Tormaresca (by Antinori)  Puglia 32
    107 • Gavi di Gavi, La Scolca ‘Black Label’ Piedmont 124
    108 • Gavi di Gavi, La Chiara, Piedmont 40
    111 • Gavi di Gavi, Villa Sparina, Piedmont 45
    109 • Chardonnay, Cervaro della Sala, Umbria 83
    110 • Dry Rose, Bertani, Veneto 38

  • Red Wines of Italy Open or Close

    PIEDMONT
    Most famous for the bold and elegant Barolo and Barbaresco wines made from the Nebbiolo Grape, and the Barbera wines made from the Barbera grape.
    175 • Barbera D’Alba, Pertinace 39
    176 • Barbera D’Alba, Pio Cesare 52
    178 • Barbaresco, Angelo Gaja 335
    179 • Barbaresco, Produttori 85
    181 • Gattinara, Travaglini 72
    180 • Barolo, Marchesi di Barolo 114
    182 • Barolo, Prunotto 85
    183 • Barolo, Pio Cesare 155
    185 • Nebbiolo, Travaglini, Coste della Sesia 57

     

    SICILY,  CAMPANIA  & SOUTHERN ITALY
    Wines of great depth and richness made predominantly from ancient varietals.
    190 • Aglianico, ‘Rubrato’  Feudi San Gregorio, Campania    46
    191 • Nero d’Avola, ‘ Zisola’ Fonterutoli, Sicilia 53
    192 • Nero /Frapato, ‘Cerasuolo’ Planeta, Sicilia 45
    193 • Zinfandel blend, Tormaresca ‘Neprica’ Puglia 43
    206 • Montepulciano D’ Abruzzo, Farnese 33
    207 • Montepulciano D’ Abruzzo, Castronovo 35
    194 • Primitivo, ‘Torcicoda’ Tormaresca, Puglia 62
    189 • Canonau ‘terre rare’  Sella & Mosca, Sardignia 38

     

    TUSCANY
    The most famous wine region in Italy. The reds of Chianti, Brunello and the Super Tuscans are all made primarily from the Sangiovese grape.  
    195 • Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Lodola Nuova  Ruffino 58
    196 • Chianti Classico Riserva, Banfi, Tuscany 43
    197 • Chianti Classico Riserva, Antinori  Marchese 76
    198 • Chianti Classico Riserva, Ruffino Ducale Oro (Gold) 96
    199 • Chianti Classico Riserva, Ruffino Ducale Tan 68
    200 • Chianti Classico Riserva, Gabbiano 61
    202 • Chianti Classico, Gabbiano 39
    203 • Chianti Classico, Antinori ‘Peppoli Estate’ 45
    201 • Chianti, Ruffino 36
    205 • Sangiovese, Antinori ‘Santa Cristina’ 33
    208 • Rosso di Montalcino, Coldisole 65
    209 • Brunello di Montalcino, Castello Banfi 125
    210 • Brunello di Montalcino, Il Poggione 140
    211 • Brunello di Montalcino, Antinori ‘Pian della Vigne’ 155
    213 • Brunello di Montalcino, Col d’Orcia 100
     

    VENETO
    The region to the North of Venice produces, among others, an unusual wine called Amarone – made from Grapes that have been partially dried. This wine is aromatic and intense.
    222 • Valpolicella, Secco Bertani Valpantena ‘Baby Amarone’ 53
    223 • Bolla Le Poiane Valpolicella  “Baby Amarone” 47
    224 • Amarone Classico, Santi 100      
    225 • Amarone Classcio, Bertani 200    
    226 • Ripasso, Zenato 55
    227 • Amarone Classico, Recchia 100
    228 • Amarone Villa Arvedi, Bertani (HALF BOTTLE ) 50
    228 • Amarone Villa Arvedi, Bertani 90
     

    SUPER TUSCAN
    A category created by the best Vintners in Tuscany at a time when the rules were too strict for their imaginations – these wines generally blend Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and/or Merlot.
    234 • Villa Antinori ‘Toscana’ Sangiovese 50
    235 • ‘Il Brucciato’ Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri 69
    236 • ‘Lucente’ Luce Merlot/Sangiovese 55
    237 • ‘Badiola’ Fonterutoli Sangiovese/Merlot 45            
    239 • ‘Tignanello’ Antinori 175
    241 • ‘Campaccio’ Terrabianca  76
    242 • ‘Solaia’ Antinori 310
    243 • Guado al Tasso, Bolgheri 185

  • White Wines of the USA Open or Close

    113 • Sauvignon Blanc, Wente, Livermore 30
    126 • Fume Blanc, Robert  Mondavi, Napa Valley 43
    116 • Chardonnay, Chateau  St. Jean, Sonoma 44
    114 • Chardonnay, Kendall Jackson Vintners Reserve 30
    115 • Chardonnay, Sonoma-Cutrer, Russian River 49
    124 • Chardonnay, Coppola ‘Directors Cut’, Russian River 45
    117 • Chardonnay, Ferrari-Carano, Sonoma 51
    118 • Chardonnay, Cakebread Cellars, Napa Valley 77
    119 • Chardonnay, Jordan, Russian River 77
    127 • Chardonnay, Antica, Napa Valley (Antinori family) 62
    120 • Chardonnay, Far Niente, Napa 108
    121 • White Zinfandel, Beringer, California 27
    122 • Riesling, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Washington 33
    123 • ‘Conundrum,’ by Caymus, California 74
    125 • ‘Bella Luce’ by Ferrari-Carano, Sonoma 37

  • Red Wines of the USA Open or Close

    PINOT NOIR
    251 • Pinot Noir, Gloria Ferrer, Carneros 45
    252 • Pinot Noir, Flowers, Sonoma Coast 100
    253 • Pinot Noir, Rodney Strong, Russian River 44
    254 • Pinot Noir, Etude, Carneros 90
    259 • Pinot Noir, La Crema, Sonoma Coast 45
    255 • Pinot Noir, Emeritus, Russian River 72
    256 • Pinot Noir, Estancia, Monterey County 35
    257 • Pinot Noir, F. Coppola ‘Diamond series’ California 44
    258 • Pinot Noir, Napa Cellars, Napa Valley 46

     

    MERLOT
    260 •  Merlot, Clos Du Bois, Alexander Valley 46
    261 • Merlot, Charles Krug, Napa Valley 49
    262 • Merlot, Stags’ Leap Winery, Napa Valley 65
    263 • Merlot, Duckhorn, Napa Valley 100
    264 • Merlot, F. Coppola ‘Diamond series’ California 43
    268 • Merlot, 14 Hands, Washington State 35
    269 • Merlot, Swanson, Napa 60

     

    INTERESTING REDS
    270 • Zinfandel, Kunde ‘Century Vines’ Sonoma 85
    271 • Zinfandel, Cosentino ‘Cigar Zin’ California 53
    272 • Zinfandel, Terra D Oro, Amador California 44
    273 • Syrah, Shadow Box, Sonoma Valley 80

     

    CABERNET SAUVIGNON
    274 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Simi, Alexander valley-Sonoma 45
    275 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Jordan, Sonoma 100
    276 • Cabernet Sauvignon, BR Cohn ‘Silver Label’ 50
    278 • Cabernet Sauvignon, F. Coppola ‘Claret’ California 40
    279 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Robert  Mondavi, Napa Valley 48
    285 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Hess ‘Allomi’ Napa Valley 49
    280 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Franciscan, Napa Valley 50
    282 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Stags Leap Wine Cellars ‘Artemis’ Napa Valley 100
    283 • Cabernet Sauvignon, BR  Cohn ‘Olive Hill’ Sonoma 100
    281 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Shadow Box, Napa Valley 90
    284 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus, Napa Valley 125                   
    286 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Caymus Special Select 200
    287 • Cabernet Sauvignon, 14 Hands, Washington State 35
    288 • Cabernet Sauvignon, Antica, Napa Valley 70

     

    MERITAGE and other RED Blends
    290 • ‘Rubicon’ Inglenook Estate, Napa Valley 235
    292 • ‘Opus One’ Rothschild/Mondavi, Napa Valley 237
    293 • ‘Sienna’ Ferrari-Carano, Sonoma 65
    294 • ‘Symmetry’ Rodney Strong, Sonoma 100
    295 • Syrah blend ‘Eleanor’ F. Coppola, Sonoma 80
    296 • B.B. Ellman Family Vineyards 80

Cafe Vico Drinks Menu

  • Vico‘s Signature Cocktails Open or Close

    Cafe Vico-tini
    Absoulte Apeach Vodka, Peachtre Schnapps and Fine Italian Prosecco

     

    Limoncello
    Svedka Citron Vodka and Pallini Limoncello, Served Chilled

     

    Café Mocha Martini
    Espresso, Baily‘s Irish Cream, Kahlua Mocha and Grand Marnier

     

    Classic Dirty Martini
    Belvedere Vodka, Dry Vermouth and Jumbo Olives

     

    Ultimate Cosmopolitan
    Ultimat Vodka, Citronge Liqueur, Cranberry Juice and Fresh Lime

     

    Chocolate Raspberry Truffle
    Sky Raspberry Infused Vodka and Godiva Chocolate Liqueur with a Splash of Raspberry Liqueur

     

    The Perfect Margarita
    Patron Anejo Tiquilla, Citronge Liqueur, Sour Mix and Lime

     

    Apple Martini
    Ketel One Vodka, Sour Apple Pucker and Splash of Sweet & Sour

     

    Limon Mojito
    Flor de Cana Limon Rum, Simple Syrup and Muddled Mint Topped with Club Soda

     

    Grapetini
    Svedka Grape Vodka, Peachtre Schnapps, Tripple Sec and Splash of Sweet & Sour

     

    Vico’s Caipirinha
    Sagatibe Cachace, Muddled Lime and Sugar

We are in the process of updating our wine menu above as it does not reflect our current list and prices. Please download the current wine list.

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Cafe Vico Features Italian Wines

Many of our customers wouldn’t think of an Italian dinner (or sometimes lunch) without wine to bring out the flavors of the meal. Cafe Vico, the choice of Italian restaurants in Fort Lauderdale, has an extensive wine list with an emphasis on Italian wines and also offers a wide variety of wines by the glass. Our staff can advise you and make suggestions if you want to create a mini-pairing of Italian wines and food at your table.

Cafe Vico Italian restaurant offers over 200 wines by the bottle with 55 to 60% of those being Italian wines coming from different regions in Italy chosen especially for our Fort Lauderdale guests. Our selection is heavier on the traditional Italian red wines that stand up vigorously to the savory flavors of our meals. But we also offer a strong assortment of refreshing whites to pair with appetizers or lighter entrees.

For the whites we have Pinot Grigios and Chardonnays from Italy, California and Washington State. We also have a German Reisling, some French white Burgundies including a Puligny Montrachet and Sauvignon Blancs from New Zealand.

The red Italian Tuscan wines — Chianti, Sangiovese and Brunello — are probably the best known regional wines of Italy. They are made mostly from the Sangiovese grape and each wine is shaped by the climate and soil of the valley or mountainside where it is grown.

The Southern Italian wines along with those of Sicily and Campania come from grape varieties that are very old and when pressed create intense and rich wines.

The Veneto wines, from north of Venice deliver the delicious Amarone, a distinctive Italian wine made from partially dried grapes. The drying process concentrates and intensifies the natural flavors into a full-boded wine.

The wines of the Piedmont are made from two grapes, the Nebbiolo and the Barbera. These grapes give us the richly complex and deeply flavored Italian Barolo wines among others.

Cafe Vico also offers the so-called Super Tuscan wines that are blends of the traditional Sangiovese grape with either Merlot of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. This is outside the normal classification for Tuscan wines but definitely inside the description of a wonderful Italian dinner wine.

The American winemakers are not slighted on our red list. The luscious and round reds of the Russian River along with Napa and Sonoma selections are available as is wine from Washington State. We have a nice selection of West Coast Cabernet Sauvignons, Pinot Noirs, Merlots and Meritage.

We round out our red list with a few French Burgundies and Bordeaux wines, some Spanish selections and a few from Chile, Australia and Argentina.

Cocktails, anyone?

To begin your meal you may want a cocktail and our full bar can satisfy your taste for something simple or not so simple. Try the Cafe Vico version of some classic cocktails like the Caipirinha or the Margarita or sample one of our own creations like the Cafe Vico-tini.

Our classic Dirty Martini is always a hit with guests and if you like to have your dessert before your meal, how about a Chocolate Raspberry Truffle Martini made with raspberry infused vodka, Godiva Chocolate Liqueur with a splash of Raspberry Liqueur.

Of course you could have that after dinner unless you wanted to go with the traditional Italian Sambuca or perhaps a refreshing Limoncello or glass of Port.

Naturally we have champagnes and sparkling wines from around the world including some very fine Italian Prosecco. The champagnes and a Prosecco are also available by the glass as is a sweet and sparkling red Italian Banfi wine.

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