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Italy Booth Menu and Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

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Italy Booth Menu and Review (Epcot Food & Wine Festival)

The Italy booth is where you can find a couple of food options and typically a lot of different beverages (sometimes 11!).

Located in the Italy pavilion, this booth is usually one of the more popular marketplaces, and it always has a long line. But, don’t ever let that fool you.

Unfortunately, in 2021, this booth was just OK and didn’t offer anything you can’t make at home or get at an Italian-themed restaurant.

If after reading the 2021 reviews below you still want to check it out, you’ll find it located just outside the Italy pavilion.

If you’re entering from Germany, it will be on your right. If you enter from America, you’ll walk a few more steps to find it on your left.

Italy Food And Wine Festival

While some of the drinks were good last year, many of the options were overpriced. If you’re not an adventurous eater, this might be the booth for you.

Who knows if we’ll feel the same this year, but we’ll soon have more thoughts to share about the items in 2022. Stay tuned!

Here’s everything you need to know about the Italy booth, including reviews, photos, and our must-trys.

Important Note: The information below is from the 2021 Festival. The 2022 International Food & Wine Festival runs from July 14 through November 19. Look for updated reviews and information after it kicks off.

Overview

Location: Near the Italy Pavilion
Nearby booths: Spain, Germany, The Alps
Nearby seating areas: Handful of tables and chairs inside the pavilion, outdoor tables nearby in the Germany pavilion, outdoor seating in the America pavilion, standing and sitting tables inside The American Adventure
Not to miss: The Italian Margarita (good mix of limoncello and tequila)

Food and Wine Festival - Italy booth location map

Italy Booth Menu

Food

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceSpecial DietDisney Dining Plan Snack?
2.3/5Mezzelune Croccanti: Crispy Half-moon Breaded Mozzarella-filled Ravioli with Pomodoro Sauce (new)$12.00KFN/A
2/5Ravioli: Grilled Chicken Ravioli with Alfredo Sauce, Romano Cheese, and Prezzemolo (new)$13.00N/A
2.8/5Bomboloni: Cream-filled Italian Doughnut with Raspberry Sauce and Powdered Sugar$11.00N/A
GF = gluten friendly, PB = plant-based, KF = kid friendly

Beverages

Our RatingMenu ItemPriceMade with Alcohol?
2/5Pinot Grigio$10.00Yes
1.8/5Chianti$10.00Yes
2.8/5Prosecco$10.00Yes
2.5/5Rosa Regale$11.00Yes
3/5Moscato$11.00Yes
3.3/5Italian White Sangria with Prosecco$11.00Yes
2.3/5Italian Red Sangria with Cabernet Sauvignon$11.00Yes
3.5/5Italian Margarita with Tequila and Limoncello$11.00Yes
3/5Peroni Pilsner$6.00 (6 oz.) / $10.00 (12 oz.)Yes
italy booth menu epcot international food and wine festival

Photos & Reviews

Mezzelune Croccanti

Crispy half-moon breaded mozzarella filled ravioli with pomodoro sauce.

Mezzelune Croccanti - Italy

Price: $12.00
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 2.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Usually love fried ravioli, but found this pretty bland.
Heather: It was tasty but not “special”. Tastes like the freezer section.
Felicia: Frozen fried ravioli with jarred red sauce. At a 1,000% markup.
Allyson: This is nothing spectacular and I wouldn’t go out of my way to order these. Average Italian dish.

Ravioli

Grilled chicken stuffed ravioli with alfredo sauce, Romano cheese, and prezzemolo (or parsley).

Ravioli - Italy

Price: $13.00
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 2/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Chicken in the ravioli was so strange. Didn’t love the flavor of this.
Heather: If you spent a lot of time waiting in the line, and you need protein because your body is weak, do it. Otherwise? Not worth the high price tag.
Felicia: Bland ravioli filled with bland chicken topped with bland Alfredo. Waste of time and money.

Bomboloni

Italian donut filled with cream, covered in powdered sugar, and topped with raspberry sauce.

Bomboloni - Italy

Price: $11.00
Special Diets: N/A
Rating: 2.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Light pastry with delicious filling and tasty sauce.
Heather: Tastes like something I could get from the freezer section.
Felicia: This is a fine cream filled mini donut with a little bit of raspberry sauce. Not worth the money.
Allyson: They had these during Festival of the Arts and they taste much better during Food & Wine. They weren’t hard, but soft and tasty. That said, not worth $11.

Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio white wine.

Pinot Grigio - Italy

Price: $10.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Surprised how bad this Pinot Grigio is. Funky taste.
Heather: Rests easy on the tongue. (Is this something that is said about wine?)
Felicia: Too sweet and overpriced.
Allyson: Eh. Wine.

Chianti

Chianti - Italy

Price: $10.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 1.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Vinegary taste. Didn’t enjoy.
Heather: No.
Felicia: Decent red wine and a good size portion.
Allyson: Eh. Wine.

Prosecco

A dry sparkling white wine.

Prosecco - Italy

Price: $10.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.8/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Boring, and kinda bitter.
Heather: Too thick of a flavor. I don’t know how to describe wine. Sorry, people.
Felicia: This is a good Prosecco, but I wouldn’t wait in the line for it.
Allyson: I love Prosecco and really enjoyed this. But, also nothing super exciting or that you can’t get at home.

Rosa Regale

A sweet and fruity sparkling red wine made in Piedmont, Italy.

Rosa Regale - Italy

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.5/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: This is gross.
Heather: I don’t hate this. I actually kinda like it.
Felicia: Taste like sparkling red grape juice but costs 10x as much.
Allyson: My tastes buds weren’t wowed.

Moscato

Moscato sweet white wine.

Moscato - Italy

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Not too sweet. I liked this.
Heather: Please don’t yell at me, but I like a Moscato and this one is pretty good.
Felicia: This is very sweet and, like everything else at this booth, overpriced.
Allyson: I like Moscato, but this isn’t anything exciting, especially for the price.

Italian White Sangria

An Italian white sangria made with prosecco.

Italian White Sangria - Italy

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Really delicious. Fruity juice taste. Mix it up to taste the Prosecco.
Heather: I can taste juice…but I can’t detect any alcohol so I feel like I’m being lied to.
Felicia: Tastes like pineapple, mango, and orange juice with extra sugar added and no alcohol.
Allyson: Tastes like juice and goes down easy, but $11? Not sure it’s worth that.

Italian Red Sangria

An Italian red sangria made with Cabernet Sauvignon wine.

Italian Red Sangria - italy

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 2.3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Normally like red sangria, but this didn’t taste anything like sangria.
Heather: Great juicy flavor….but if there is wine in here, I can’t taste it.
Felicia: Just tastes like fruit juice and sugar, no alcohol. Don’t recommend.
Allyson: Just your typical sangria, but great flavor. Also, the price comes into play majorly. $11 is a lot for a tiny cup.

Italian Margarita

A sweet and tart cocktail made with tequila and limoncello.

Italian Margarita

Price: $11.00
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3.5/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: This was one of the best drinks at this booth. Nice tartness. Not too strong.
Heather: This is the only kind of margarita I’ll ever drink.
Felicia: This tastes like lemonade. Couldn’t taste much alcohol. Another overpriced item.
Allyson: I’m not a tequila person, but I actually really liked this. The lemonade helped dilute the tequila taste.

Peroni Pilsner

Peroni Pilsner has been the best selling Italian lager for over 150 years and is known for being a crisp and refreshing beer.

Peroni Pilsner - italy

Price: $6.00 (6 oz.) / $10.00 (12 oz.)
Made with Alcohol?: Yes
Rating: 3/5

Our Thoughts

Shannon: Bland, boring.
Heather: Meh.
Felicia: Not a unique choice but a solid beer, especially when it’s hot.
Allyson: I love Peroni, but I also wouldn’t spend this much on 6 oz. of something I can get really anywhere.

Food & Wine Booth map

Check out all the booths from the 2021 Food and Wine Festival on the map below, including our favorite overall booths, favorite items at each booth, and locations for indoor seating.

We will update with the 2022 map in July.

2021 Food and Wine Festival Map with WDW Prep Favorites

Food & Wine Festival Booth links

Ready to explore more Food & Wine Festival booths? Take a look at the links below for menus and reviews from the 2021 Food & Wine Festival.

Looking for information on 2022? We will have an updated list and complete reviews in July after this year’s festival kicks off.

Food and Wine Festival data

Want to see all our 2021 reviews in 1 spot?

Clicking on the link below will allow you to copy our data into a Google Sheet that you can then use for your Food & Wine planning purposes.

WDW Prep School Food and Wine Data

Epcot Food and Wine Festival data screenshot

Read more about the Food & Wine Festival

Be sure to check out the following links to our Epcot Food and Wine Festival posts, where we provide all kinds of information, tips, and much more.

Here’s everything we put together for 2021! Stay tuned for 2022 content once this year’s festival begins.

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