Sottocasa is an excellent choice for dinner in Harlem, but this Italian restaurant also has a full service bar serving up imported Italian wine’s as well as beer’s on tab like Moretti, a pale lager brewed in Italy, which has an alcohol content of 4.6%. This well balanced lager is smooth with a crisp malt flavor and has a pleasing aftertaste, which is amazing when paired with pizza.
While I’m a Chardonnay lover at heart, Matteo Prospiti introduced me to Muller Thurgau’s 2012 Sudtiro, an amazing white wine which is a hybrid crossing of Riesling and Madeleine Royale. This wine has a refined aromatic scent of nutmeg and a refreshing after finish reminisced of elder blossoms. I highly recommend this!
The P45 (Doc Lison Pramaggiore) Merlot is sure to become a favorite on Lenox Ave, from north-eastern Italy. The full-bodied red wine carries aromas of deep red berries with subtle but marked notes of spice. A perfect match when paired with Lasagne.
Sottocasa is always serving the best quality wines, and will be be having more of Italy’s best imported beer’s and red/white wines on the way, so stop by and hang out at the bar with friends or that special someone and indulge in a couple of glasses of superior libations found no where else in Harlem.