Our Scott Township Winery / Tasting Room & Restaurant are TEMPORARILY CLOSED until Summer 2023. 


NEW for Spring 2023!

A Special Announcement……… a message from Sal Maiolatesi.
Over the past few months, there have been many stories floating around about the future of our winery.
Today I would like to share the exciting news in detail, so we can clarify and explain our plan for the near future.
The original tasting room on Cabernet Drive in Scott Township will be closed temporarily starting
January 1, 2023.
This is so we can re-model the interior of the space and prepare for the arrival of
“The Ridge at Maiolatesi”,
which is now a full-service wedding venue hosted entirely by Larry Nicholas and the team at Constantino’s Catering. Click the link to watch a short video about the venue….
Until we re-open on Cabernet Drive, you will only be able to enjoy and purchase our wines at select and local wine festivals, supermarkets, and convenience stores.
Onto our next venture, we are amid construction, a two-story building that will be the home of our new tasting room and restaurant. For those who haven’t seen the progress and its location, it is on our same property but on the left side of Cabernet Drive. A few details about the construction… the top level will
be the new location of our tasting room. It will boast a large deck both covered and uncovered so you will have the same
un-interrupted views as before, and the floor will be waterproofed so that the lower level can enjoy outdoor/covered seating as well.
And on to the most exciting part, the lower level!
This area will be the home to our new, full-service restaurant.
We have partnered with two amazing couples,
Stefano and Kristy Picciocchi, owners of Picciocchi’s Pasta in Clarks Summit, and Ezio Ferrari and his wife Barbara Agnarelli, owners of Modo 21 in Genoa, Italy.
Ezio and Barbara own and run multiple restaurants in Northern Italy predominantly in the city of Genoa. The new restaurant
will serve traditional Northern Italian cuisine along with Picciocchi’s wonderful pasta and a selection of Neapolitan style pizzas, similar to the pizzas on our menu that you have come to love over the years.
They will also provide a small plate menu for the tasting room, for those looking to enjoy lite fare like antipasto/charcuterie.
The restaurant will have its own entrance along with an entrance from the tasting room above. The lower level will have both indoor and covered outdoor seating and will feature our wines along with PA craft beers and a small cocktail menu. All dinners, including pizza will be served in the lower level.
We haven’t thought of a name for the restaurant yet, but we will let you know as soon as we do!
Our current gift certificates will be honored for use in the mall and the new tasting room for wine and lite fare.
The restaurant will have its own gift certificates upon opening.