Touch of Venice will once again be recognized in an upcoming issue of Wine Spectator for its outstanding wine list. It’s the second year in a row the Cutchogue restaurant has earned the distinction.
Touch of Venice owner Brian Pennacchia noted that the restaurant offers well-known and obscure Italian wines, as well as plenty of options from its own backyard wine region.
“I look for Italian wines from different regions of Italy, things that are a little different,” Pennacchia said. “I think they liked that we use a lot of local wines and that goes with our local food.”