Find Sharrott Wines at Your Favorite Restaurant

Did you know that you can find our award-winning wines at some of New Jersey’s finest restaurants? We are thrilled to be partners with these dining establishments, pairing delicious cuisine with our food-friendly wines!

Whether it’s a special occasion or an escape from the kitchen, you can’t go wrong with a night out at one of these fine restaurants. And don’t forget to order Sharrott wines!

Kunkel’s Seafood and Steakhouse, Haddon Heights – This family-owned restaurant offers the best seafood and steak in South Jersey. A cozy atmosphere with exceptional service and attention to detail. Specialties include sirloin steak, crabcakes, mussels, and calamari. Enjoy your Kunkel’s meal with Sharrott’s Pinot Grigio or Cabernet Sauvignon. Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

The Octopus’s Garden, West Creek – On any given night, this Ocean County favorite features six to eight fresh fish options on the menu! Quality and freshness are of the utmost importance. Non-seafood lovers will find menu options like Rack of Lamb, Roast Duck, Steak, and Pasta. Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

Illiano Cucina, Medford – Savor a scrumptious Italian meal in Illiano’s family-friendly atmosphere or grab a pizza to go. Either way, you’ll enjoy a meal that you won’t soon forget! Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

Tavola Dei Amice, Cherry Hill – Generous portions, fine service and a friendly atmosphere are the hallmarks of this Italian restaurant. The Mussels in White Sauce are a customer favorite. Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

Spaghetti House, Marlton – Homemade pastas, signature sauces, seafood, veal and more from this family-owned restaurant with Italian roots. Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

Banchetto Feast, Westwood – Italian gourmet at it’s best. Pasta, chicken, veal, pizza and more. Exclusively serves Sharrott Wine.

Sharrott Wines are also featured at the following restaurants: Fin at the Tropicano Casino & Resort, Atlantic City; Annata Wine Bar, Hammonton; The Inn at Sugar Hill, Mullica Hill.

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