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10 Places to Drink Villa Sandi Across the U.S.

People are traveling throughout the United States this summer and enjoying great food and wine. Here are 10 top American restaurants where you’ll find Villa Sandi wines by-the-glass and by-the bottle.

Osteria Mamma (Hollywood, CA).

Owner Filippo Cortiva practically grew up in the land of Prosecco and he’s one of the top Italian wine directors in Los Angeles. His Prosecco of choice? Villa Sandi!

Ca’ del Sole (Toluca Lake, San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles, CA).

Ca’ del Sole is one of the Los Angeles landmark restaurants where the food has always been top-notch and the Italian wine program has been one of the best lists in the Valley. An LA classic.

Fresco by Scotto (Midtown, New York).

Want to sip a glass of Villa Sandi Prosecco with some of New York’s biggest “movers and shakers”? Fresco by Scotto in Midtown is where they all lunch.

Sant’Ambroeus (West Village, New York).

This West Village outpost by the legendary Sant’Ambroeus in Milan is one of the best places for people watching in the city.

Bar 54 (at the Hyatt Centric, Midtown, New York).

The Midtown views from this rooftop bar and restaurant are extraordinary. They’re even better when paired with a glass of Villa Sandi Prosecco!

Eataly (Chicago, IL).

Since it opened its first location in the U.S. in New York City, Eataly has become the gold standar for Italian wine shops across the country. Chicago is no exception.

Vittorio’s (Carmel Valley, San Diego, CA).

This best-kept secret, off-the-beaten path Italian is a favorite among San Diegans who love it as much for the authentic Italian cooking as they for the extraordinary Italian wine list.

AltoVino (San Francisco, CA).

In recent years, AltoVino has become a leading destination for Italian wine in San Francisco. Its program ranges from the classic to the cutting-edge and everything else worth drinking in between!

Siena (Mashpee, Cape Cod, MA).

On their website, the owners write: “Villa Sandi Prosecco Il Fresco is our go-to recommendation when everyone at the table is eating something different.”

Image via the Osteria Mamma Facebook (Los Angeles).

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