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Perfect Pairings

ITA101 is a BYOB restaurant in Medford, NJ. However, we also partner with local wineries. Below you will find options from our local selection.

Auburn Road Wine List

Whites:

  • Pinot Grigio: Crisp white wine with fruit and floral aromas. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. Pair with seafood.
  • The White Bottle: Aromatic and vibrant Chardonnay. Fermented in stainless steel tanks, then sur lie aged in French oak barrels for 6 months, creating a creamy mid-palate with emphasis on mouthwatering fruit and acidity.
  • Solé: A refreshing semi-dry white wine with a touch of effervescence. Made from the Vidal Blanc grape. Stainless steel fermented and aged. Similar to semi-dry Rieslings.
  • Dry Rosé: Dry Provence-like rosé. Light, pink and ripe with the soft fragrance of tangerine, citrus and strawberries.

Reds:

  • Good Karma: Light, dry blend of Merlot, Sangiovese, and Pinot Noir. Bright, subtle raspberry and cherry flavors. If you enjoy Pinot Noir, you will find a kindred spirit in Good Karma.
  • Classico: Complex blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot aged 23 months in oak barrels. Compare to your favorite Chianti Reserve.
  • Gaia: Sophisticated blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Aged two years in French oak barrels, Cabernet Franc creates a savory yet floral wine while Merlot builds a silky finish. The addition of Petit Verdot provides well-integrated, chewy, dusty tannins.
  • Eidólon: Deep, dark, dry blend of Merlot, Chambourcin and Petit Verdot aged 30 months in oak barrels and another 6 months in the bottle.

The Auburn Road Full Wine Portfolio includes:

Dry Whites Wines:

  • Pinot Grigio: Crisp white wine with fruit and floral aromas. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. Pair with seafood.
  • The White Bottle: Aromatic and vibrant Chardonnay. Fermented in stainless steel tanks, then sur lie aged in French oak barrels for 6 months, creating a creamy mid-palate with emphasis on mouthwatering fruit and acidity.
  • Solé: A refreshing semi-dry white wine with a touch of effervescence. Made from the Vidal Blanc grape. Stainless steel fermented and aged. Similar to semi-dry Rieslings.
  • Dry Rosé: Dry Provence-like rosé. Light, pink and ripe with the soft fragrance of tangerine, citrus and strawberries.

Dry Red Wines:

  • Good Karma: Light, dry blend of Merlot, Sangiovese, and Pinot Noir. Bright, subtle raspberry and cherry flavors. If you enjoy Pinot Noir, you will find a kindred spirit in Good Karma.
  • American Red Winemaker’s Blood: Medium bodied Cabernet blend made at Baywood Vineyards in Lodi, California by our winemaker, Jules.
  • Chambourcin: A lively red wine with bright, pleasant acidity and intense forest berry flavors. Aged for 24 months in oak.
  • Classico: Complex blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot aged 23 months in oak barrels. Compare to your favorite Chianti Reserve.
  • Gaia: Sophisticated blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot. Aged two years in French oak barrels, Cabernet Franc creates a savory yet floral wine while Merlot builds a silky finish. The addition of Petit Verdot provides well-integrated, chewy, dusty tannins.
  • Eidólon: Deep, dark, dry blend of Merlot, Chambourcin and Petit Verdot aged 30 months in oak barrels and another 6 months in the bottle.

Fruit & Sweet Wines:

  • Rosalita: Bright, pleasantly sweet blush that jumps a little lighter! The only lover you’re ever gonna need…
  • Give Peach a Chance: A blend of sweet Jersey peaches and crisp white wine. It’s like biting into a fresh peach.
  • Kind of Blue: Sweet, light blueberry wine made from Garden State blueberries. The taste of cool…
  • Dulcinea: Our delicious, honey-colored, sweet white wine. This is the true beauty that we only see in the Niagara grape.
  • Blessington: Our sweet red wine made from juicy concord grapes. Best served chilled.

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Perfect Pairings

Nothing tastes better with Italian food than wine. If you’re interested in dining at ITA101 but don’t know what bottle of wine to bring, we’ve made a list of suggested pairings.

view our recommended wine list