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Wine Specialties from Mt. Nittany Winery

Otto’s Sangria

A sweet taste of summer, made with Mt. Nittany Tailgate Red and a splash of Citrus.


White Wine

Moscato, Cossetti Clementi and Figli — This Italian wine is bright yellow color, aromas of fresh fruit, sweet flavor, and a noticeable effervescence. $7 Glass $30 Bottle

Pinot Grigio, Mt. Nittany Winery — This locally made wine is a popular crisp, full-bodied wine with a smooth non-oaked finish. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Pinot Grigio, Vigna Sasson — This pale, straw-yellow wine is fine and delicate, with a light fruity aroma. Soft and dry, well-balanced and harmonic. $5 Glass $20 Bottle

Riesling, Seven Mountains Winery — This locally made wine produces aromas of elegant floral and peach flavors, and finishes clean and crisp. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Riesling Ausleses, St. Michael — From the Rheinhessen region, Germany’s largest wine growing region. A late harvest balanced Riesling with plenty of fruit aromas, a rich mouth feel and a nice balance of sweetness and fruit acidity. $7 Glass/ $30 Bottle

Sauvignon Blanc, Clos Du Bois — This California wine has aromas of lime zest, white grapefruit, gooseberry, delicate florals, and lemongrass. This wine is fruity and crisp with a refreshing finish. $7 Glass $30 Bottle

Chardonnay, Kim Crawford — This New Zealand Chardonnay has a true expression of fruit. It’s a crisp wine that tastes of the succulence and freshness of the grape. $7 Glass $30 Bottle

Chardonnay, Vino del Paso —  This premium 2014 wine from Chile is produced in one of the premier wine-growing valleys and aged in oak barrels. Vino del Paso is a wine that shows great balance, elegance, and complexity. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Chardonnay, Seven Mountains Winery — This Pennsylvania Chardonnay is crisp and fruity, and is stainless steel fermented, then given a brief visit to the barrel for just a touch of oak. NA Glass $25 Bottle

Champagne, Korbel Brut — $25 Bottle

Sparkling Wine, Ballatore Gran Spumante — $18 Bottle

Red Wine

Pinot Noir, Mark West — This California wine has a pleasing mix of black cherry, cola, strawberry, plum, and soft tannins. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Shiraz, Ravenswood — This California Shiraz belts out bold aromas of mulberry, blackberry and dark chocolate with a rich medley of mint, licorice, and clove, followed by a ripe and smooth finish. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Merlot, Mt. Nittany Winery — This locally made merlot has a deep burgundy color; un-oaked with lots of black cherry fruit and velvety tannins. NA Glass $25 Bottle

Merlot, Castle Rock — This California Merlot is rich, medium bodied, and complex, offering layers of concentrated flavors of ripe berry and plum, mocha and spice, with a hint of oak. $7 Glass $30 Bottle

Merlot, Simi — This California Merlot is spicy, elegant, and versatile with layers of aromas featuring red and black fruits playing off of each other. This medium-bodied wine finishes with soft yet insistent cocoa tannins. NA Glass $40 Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon, Robert Mondavi — This California Cabernet features striking aromas of crème de cassis, blackberry, and black cherry, infused with rich mocha and toasty toffee and subtle traces of bay and black pepper. $6 Glass $25 Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Ste. Michelle — This Washington Cabernet is highlighted by concentrated Washington red fruit. This inviting Cabernet has plenty of complexity and structure with silky tannins. NA Glass $40 Bottle

Cabernet Sauvignon, Heavyweight Red — This California Cabernet has rich, rounded dark fruit flavors and aromas highlighted by a light touch of oak.$ 7 Glass $30 Bottle

Zinfandel, Silver Peak — This California Zinfandel presents the aromas of blueberries, vanilla, and baking spices leading to high fruit tones and excellent acidity. $7 Glass $30 Bottle

Rattlehead Red, Seven Mountains Winery — 100% Chambourcin, finished semi-dry. Great with red pasta and pizza. The name Rattlehead is a tribute to a great, old friend. $6 Glass $25 Bottle


Ruby Throat Rose’, Happy Valley Winery – Like the sweet nectar sought after by the hummingbirds, this ruby-colored wine is bursting with flavors of melon and berries. Ruby Throat Rose’s refreshing acidity is balanced by the luscious fruit-forward mouth feel. $6 Glass / $25 Bottle

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