Monday, January 13, 2014

Our Wall of Wine


In addition to our deli selection, lunch menu and retail items, our deli also has a wonderful selection of Italian wines! Located in the back of our shop, you will find an entire wall of different reds, whites and sparkling wines that will surely make a great supplement to any dinner, party, or just about anything you can think of!

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If you're planning on using some authentic wines to go with your next Italian dinner then look no futher! Our vast selection is sure to guarantee satisfaction to everyones unique taste. If you neeed somewhere to start, some of our more popular varieties are our Sangiovese, Chiante, Barbera, Pinot Grigio and Prosecco.

And if you're looking for a way to unwind after a long week, we also offer wine by the glass, so you can enjoy your favorite Italian wines with your meal. Tuesday-Saturday we have Happy Hour from 4-6, where you can enjoy 2 glasses of your choice of wines and an Italian meat and cheese platter for two!


Monday, November 11, 2013

Holiday Meat + Cheese Party Platters



The Holiday season is approaching, and it is a perfect time for our meat and cheese party platters! We can arrange you the perfect platter to suit your holiday party or gathering. As the holiday season is a busy time for us, we encourage you to plan your event early. We ask that, depending on the size of your event, we receive an advance notice of a mininum of one week. Stop by our deli location and let's plan your special event together!



Here are some examples of our meat+cheese and antipasti platters - any of these can be made or you can build your own!





Monday, September 30, 2013

A Walkabout in Wine Country


The Bonaventura Deli was recently featured in an article about Downtown Newberg as a highlighted Newberg lunch destination! Titled "Newberg: A Walkabout in Wine Country", it showcases local food, shopping, and wine tasting destinations, and we are thrilled to be included. Thank you!

You can read the article HERE.

Image courtesy of Isabelle Edger