Above: Housemade spaghetti with fresh seafood from the Pacific Ocean at Ca’ del Sole in Universal City (Los Angeles). Can you imagine how insanely well a glass of Cantele Rosato from Negroamaro would pair with that? It’s served by the glass at this legendary “Hollywood” eatery (image via the Ca’ del Sole Facebook).
Ca’ del Sole means house of the sun in Italian.
There couldn’t be a better name for this shining Hollywood restaurant institution and one of the best Italian dining destinations on the west coast of the U.S., where you’re as likely to experience a celebrity sighting as you are to have a delicious and authentic plate of housemade pasta paired with a native Italian grape variety.
While Ca’ del Sole wine list does feature the “usual suspects” and heavy-hitters from California, its heart and soul is indigenous Italian grape varieties.
This isn’t just a “wine list”: it’s an educational tool that teaches its users about Italian wine and offers them wonderful breadth in terms of wines that Italians actually drink and love.
We couldn’t be more proud that Ca’ del Sole currently pours our Rosato from Negroamaro by the glass and our Salice Salentino by the bottle.
It’s a fantastic wine list to be a part of and we highly recommend it to you.