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Varieties can be mixed for volume pricing.
  • 15% discount on Wine of the Month
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1955 As a Boy, Domenico Winery Founder,
Dominick Chirichillo began pressing grapes
in a basement in New York alongside his
grandfather, Domenico Giovinazzo, for whom
the winery is named.

1989 - Dominick, by then, a self taught award-winning
winemaker, took his passion for winemaking to the public
when he entered his first homemade Barbera in an amateur
competition in California, taking second place to the best in
show.  His vision and passion for sharing his winemaking 
experience is the inspiration behind opening the first home
winemaking facility in the country...Bacchus School of Wine
in Toms River, NJ...Leading the way to five successful New 
Jersey Bacchus Schools of Wine franchises.  In the first few
years of operation Dominick received over 67 medals
and was ranked seventh in the country by the
American Wine Society for his winemaking skills
.

 1997 - Dominick and his family moved to California to get
closer to the grapes, while still operating Bacchus in NJ till
present. 

2001Dominick started his own 8 - acre vineyard
in Amador  County where he grows Syrah and
Primitivo, and more recently he leased 59 acres
of existing Amador County vineyards with eight
more grape varietals, including some unique Italian
grapes Aglinico, Nebbiolo, and Sangiovese.

 

2005 - Dominick released his commercial brandF of wine,
Domenico, as well as started the Bacchus Winemaking
Club in California.  At Bacchus, you can create your
own barrel of  premium wine, which you can share
with family, friends,  clients or anyone who appreciates
tasting the goodness of fine wine.  We only use
California's finest, premium grapes 
from AVAs (American Viticultural Areas) such
as Napa Valley, Russian River Valley, Santa
Cruz Mountains, Amador County,  and
Lodi/Woodbridge.  These same premium grapes
are shipped to our New Jersey Bacchus
for our winemakers. 

 

2012 - Another first for Dominick...Domenico Winery
 is the  first boutique winery in the country to be
granted the NEW out-of-state shippers license
to BYOB restaurants in New Jersey.  Dominick
has long had one wish - to share his award-
winning wines with those living in his home
state of NJ.  Since opening the winery, Dominick's
artisan Wines have received over 300 medals
including platinum, double gold, gold, silver
and bronze from many nationally and internationally
recognized wine competitions, including
San Francisco Chronicle, California State Fair,
Critics Challenge, Sommelier  Challenge, and
Consumer Wine Awards.  The Circle is now
complete...from coast to coast Dominick can share his
passion with you.  Salute
!  

 

American Viticultural Area

An American Viticultural Area is designated
wine grape-growing region in the United States
distinguishable by geographic features,
with boundaries defined by the Alcohol
and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB),
United Statues Department of the Treasury.  
There were 198 AVAs as of January 2010. 
Unlike Most European Wine appellations
of origin, an AVA specifies only a geographical
location from which at least 85% of the grapes
used to make a wine must have been grown. 
AVA designations do not limit the type of
grapes grown, the method of Vinification,
or the Crop Yield.


Amador County

Located approximately 45 miles southest of
Sacramento, Amador County is known as the
foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The Italians were among the earliest
winegrowers in the county.  There were
450 acres of vines planted in 1880; The
Italians exhibited a devotion to winemaking
found in no other group.  Zinfandel is the
grape most commonly associated with Amador,
although the climate produces many of the
mainstream varietals along with Italian, and
French varities, including Barbera, Aglianico,
Sangiovese, Nebbiolo, Primitivo, Grenache,
Syrah, Mourvedre, and Roussanne to
name a few.

Lodi

The Lodi Appelation is an AVA recognized
for the distinctive quality of its wines. 
Located directly east of San Francisco at the
edge of the Sacramento River Delta, the Lodi
appellation is noted for its classic
Mediterranean climate and its distinctive
sandy soils that provide the perfect
environment for the production of the
world-class wines.

Napa Valley

Defined by mountain ranges, the 35 mile valley
made up of 16 unique AVAs is influence by the
proximity to the Pacific Ocean.  Napa Valley enjoys
a temperate climate perfectly suited to the
growing of fine wine grapes.  Today, Napa Valley
features over 450 wineries that grow
many grape varities.

 

Russian River Valley

The Russian River Valley has a characteristically
cool climate, heavily affected by fog generated
by the valley's proximity to the Pacific Ocean. 
The area is knowsn for its success with cool
climate varietals, notably Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. 
Located one hour north of San Francisco,
and just inland from the Pacific Coast,
over 100 wineries and growers call the Russian
River Valley home.

 

Santa Cruz Mountains

The Santa Cruz Mountains has played a pivotal
role in the history of winemaking in California,
with roots going back over 100 years.  The appellation
has seen significant growth and change since the
start of the 21st century from 40 to now over
60 wineries.  Recognized as an AVA in 1981,
the Santa Cruz Mountains was among the
first to be defined by its mountain topography. 
It follows the fog line along the coast
to encompass our highest vineyards on the
ridge tops at 2,600 feet elevation. 




Wine List
 
White Wines

Pinot Grigio, Contra Costa County 2012

White Variant Clone of Pinot Noir.  Bright Acidity, flavors and aromas of pear, pineapple,
dried apricot, lemon and honey.

half btl $12
full btl $19.5

 


Chardonnay, Amador County 2009

$21

Medium Bodied, Barrel-aged, soft and fruity, aromas and flavors of Bosc pears and baked apple with citrus and oak spice on the finish and Bosc Pear.  

 
Moscato - Dry, California 2011

$18
Light and Crisp with a touch of sweetness, slight minerality, and fresh orange peel finish.  Hints of Jasmine, Peach, pineapple and pear.

 
 

 

Red Wines

"Sirene" California Rose 2011

half btl $12
full btl $18

Sirene, French for mermaid; light, fruity and refreshing.  Semi-Sweet with flavors of fresh Strawberries, cantaloupe and watermelon.

 

Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains 2008

$31

Medium-bodied wine has aromas of strawberry, bright cherry and cranberry.  This finish is long and dry with smoky notes.

 

Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains 2012 / Unfiltered & Unfined

 half btl  $17

Fruit forward medium to full-bodied, structured tannins and aromas of strawberry, rose water perfume and raspberry.

 

Dolcetto, Amador County 2007

$24.5

Bright red fruit, black cherry, boysenberry, blackberry, toasted coconut with tight acidity, chocolaty texture and bone dry finish.

 

"Mambo Italiano" California Red Wine 2007 33% Charbono 24% Aglianico 22% Nebbiolo 9% Petite Sirah 6% Barbera 6% Dolcetto

$21

Six varietal blend; medium bodied presenting tart cranberry, cherry, gingerbread and barrel spice, with a long dry finish on the palate.

 

Super Tuscan 2010

half btl $14.5
full btl $24.5

Fruity, medium-bodied, firm tannins. Flavors, aromas of red currant, cherry, plum, dried fruit and butterscotch, with a long dry finish.

 

Syrah, Amador County 2008

half btl $14.5 (2010)
full btl  $26 (2008)

Estate Grown, medium-bodied, dark fruit flavors with youthful tannins, boysenberry, raspberry, chocolate, nuances of bacon, white pepper.

 

Merlot, Lodi 2009 100% Lodi Merlot

$22.5

Medium-bodied, smooth tannins, heady aromas of herbs de Provence, plum, cranberry, red currant, blueberry, cinnamon spice.

 

Nebbiolo, Amador County 2009

$24.5

Medium-bodied with old world aromas of roses, leather, tar and earth.  Flavors of cranberry, licorice and truffle grace the palate.

 

Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi 2009

half btl $14.5
full btl $26

 91 year old vines, aromas and flavors of raspberry liqueur, blackberry jam, toasted coconut, white chocolate with a cocoa powder finish.

 

Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi 2010 75% Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon

$24.5

Full-bodied, soft and smooth entry, but big...boysenberry, blackberry and vanilla, flaunting aromas of spice, black licorice, pine needle.

 

 "Meritage" Merlot, Napa Valley 2007 85% Napa Valley Merlot

half btl $16 (2008)
full btl $29 (2007)

Medium to full bodied, rich, soft tannins with a lush mouth feel; black currant, black cherry, dark chocolate, cigar box, spice with a long finish.

 

Primitivo, Amador County 2007 a.k.a. Zinfandel

$30

Estate Grown, full-bodied, rich, sweet entry, ripe black fruit, blackberries, cocoa, plum, spice, licorice, red cherries, firm acids and tannins.

 

"Miscela" Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2007 85% Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

$34

Miscela ("blend" in Italian) otherwise known as a Meritage is full-bodied, nice mouth feel, dried fruit, herbs tobacco, molasses and cassis.

 

 

Dessert Wines

 


Muscat Dessert Wine California 2011

subtle minerality, fresh orange, honey suckle, and dried apricots.

half btl $13.5

 

"Black Silk" Ruby Red Dessert Wine 2005

Black Cherry, and Cassis, with notes of chocolate.

half btl $19.5
 

Wines
Club Pricing Per Bottle 
Discount 
1 - 510%
6 - 1115%
12+20%



Whites
 Pinot Grigio, Contra Costa County 2012
 Chardonnay, Amador County 2009
Moscato - Dry, California 2011
 
 Reds
"Sirene" California Rose 2011
Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains 2008
Pinot Noir, Santa Cruz Mountains 2012 / Unfiltered & Unfined
 Dolcetto, Amador County 2007
 "Mambo Italiano" California Red Wine 2007 - 33% Charbono, 24% Aglianico,
22% Nebbiolo, 9% Petite Sirah, 6% Barbera, 6% Dolcetto
Super Tuscan 2010
  Syrah, Amador County 2008
 Merlot, Lodi 2009 - 100% Lodi Merlot
Nebbiolo, Amador County 2009
 Old Vine Zinfandel, Lodi 2009
 Cabernet Sauvignon, Lodi 2010 - 75% Lodi Cabernet Sauvignon
 "Meritage" Merlot, Napa Valley 2007 - 85% Napa Valley Merlot
Primitivo, Amador County 2007 a.k.a. Zinfandel
 "Miscela" Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley 2007 - 85% Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon

  • Recipes & Pairings: Included in each automatic shipment, you will receive
    wine description cards, food pairing suggestions and recipes.
  • Access to new vintages as they become available, including Limited Release Wines.
  • Library Wines available to Wine Club Members Only.
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  • No Fees or Yearly Dues, and you may cancel your Membership at any time!