Snacking around World Showcase is even easier now with the addition of Tutto Gusto Wine Cellar. Although I’d only visited once, it’s become a top pick for a light snack and some relaxation. Rain had kept guests at bay on a recent visit, so we were able to grab the couches for some drinks and panini.
Our friend Adam ordered a quartino of Castello Chianti, which he really enjoyed. I sampled some and it was okay to me, but I prefer white wine to red.
Shalon ordered the Rossini, a blend of strawberry puree and Prosecco. This drink could easily be dangerous on a hot, summer day! It light, crisp and refreshing, and was a little bit too drinkable.
I ordered a quartino of the Bosco del Merlo Sauvignon Blanc. This wine was a bit too sweet for me. While some may enjoy it, it’s not one I’d order again.
We ordered two of the panini to try, which are served with Caesar Salad.
Shalon tried the Bufala Mozzarella and Pomodoro. She removed the tomato as she is not a fan and it didn’t look incredibly ripe. Otherwise, the sandwich was very good.
Adam and I split the Finocchiona, which is a Toscana fennel and pepper flavored salame. I ordered the salame alone on my last visit and really enjoyed the fennel flavor. I was glad I ordered it again, this time on the mini Ciabatta baguette.
Shalon and I both enjoyed the salad. It’s a simple but flavorful accompaniment to the appetizers.
We had another great visit to Tutto Gusto, and Adam enjoyed his first visit there. I’m glad we stopped in to round out our afternoon together!
Have you been able to visit Tutto Gusto? Do you stick to the savory items, sweet ones, or have some of both? Is this more of a cocktail stop for you?