Partner Spotlight: Santucci’s Original Square Pizza
Each month, our team chooses one of our partners to feature. In November, our partner spotlight focuses on one of South Jersey’s favorite pizza joints: Santucci’s!
What was once a small pizzeria in Northeast Philadelphia has become a regional indulgence, best known for their signature ‘sauce on top’ pizza. They’ve since altered their menu to include other offerings as well, including appetizers, pastas, entrees and desserts.
Our teams have worked very closely together to craft the perfect wines to pair with their delicious Italian fare. You can currently find them in the Santucci’s Wildwood, Ventnor and Washington Township, NJ locations – and in the future, their North Broad, PA location. Their house red, called ‘Casa Rosso‘ is a seamless blend of 33% Cabernet Sauvignon 33% Merlot and 33% Cabernet Franc – It’s wonderfully fruit forward and smooth. Their house white, called ‘Casa Bianco‘ features flavors of delicate sweet pineapple, white grape, fresh green apple, mango and lemon.
Washington Township: Casa Rosso
Ventnor: Casa Rosso
North Broad: Casa Rosso
- Jimmy: I think the Rosso goes best with our Antipasto Board, Granny Smith Apple Salad, and our Margherita Pie.
- Erica: I think the Bianco goes best with our Orrechiette and the Chicken & Roasted Red Pepper Flatbread.
We are excited to have had the opportunity to launch and host our first Sip and Square at our Ventnor location this past summer. At this event, you have the opportunity to pair our house specialities with balanced wine pairings. Depending on the availability of the wine, we aim to do 6-7 tastings, and then follow with wine specials at our bar, or reduce priced bottles at our BYOB locations. This event is perfect for a night out with friends, or even a small family get together. The ticket prices range depending on the pairing combinations, and we are open to make accommodations for any/all dietary restrictions.
We are looking to host our next Sip and Square at our Washington Township location during the Fall/Winter, however we will be back to the shore points when it gets nearer so Spring and Summer!