Cellar 59 White Wine Bar & & Wine Shop in Stow is the location to go if you require a reprieve from all of the pressure of the holiday. I appeared last week on my way back from a shopping trip at the Stow Community Center.The relaxing 1860s remolded farmhouse on state Path 59 near the Kent State University Airport has gotten 9 Wine Viewer Magazine Awards. It was also named one of 11 Top Spots to White Wine, Dine and Bottle Shop in the nation by the publication in March.Phil Your Glass: It’s time for the Feast of the 7 Delicious I sat at the bar and chatted with generalsupervisor Max Pezzaniti. We’re both North Hill kids, Italian and graduates of
St. Anthony of Padua Primary School. I was most satisfied with his wine understanding. “I don’t like not knowing what’s in the bottle,” stated Pezzaniti, who could easily describe any wine in the shop that I selected off the shelf.
“I like getting intimate with these bottles and offering individuals a right ascension of what they like.”Cellar 59 offers 8 different type of pizzas, charcuterie, salad, panini and little plate options that are paired with white wine glass pours.I usually get a pizza, however selected the$11 North Hill panino and a$ 10 glass of Villarini Nero d’Avola from Sicily. The panino was best. It was loaded with flavorful capicola, soppressata, provolone, mozzarella fresca and a nice giardiniera, which is an Italian relish of pickled veggies. The Nero d’Avola was one of the best I’ve had, from a label I’ve never seen prior to. Nice, abundant red raspberry and blackberry flavors.Local Flavor: Noisy Oyster Club in Akron makes me as pleased as a clam Don’t make the exact same error that I did and not conserve room for the Nutella flatbread dolce coupled with the Cockburn’s Tawny Port.There are a lot more shopping days prior to the 25th. And I’m sure I will need a glass of wine or more along the way.Send me an email at [email protected] with any white wine questions and follow me on Instagram @pmasturzo_philyourglass.