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Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
3.4/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • Great wine bar, loads to choose from and friendly owners. It's in a good spot for people watching and it was well priced! 
  • A lovely little place where you simply sits in the door hole or in the street (via della Scala) and enjoying a glass of drink; a prosecco maybe, an amarone is the anyway always good, or a completely local white wine, or simply an ice cold draft beer of type Menabrea-just great. Here it is easy and no hassle. It comes to live with the life in the street. We've been in here a number of times through the many Rome tours. The holder often comes and sits down at the table, smiling gently and talk a bit. He speaks almost only Italian and is just very pleasant. Let him decide the pace. He asks how you have it-he will you as well. visit this real place, take your time and enjoy Rome!
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  • I am an experienced wine drinker and madly in love with Italy, but the experience here is not good. As an English-speaker I felt very unwelcome (yes, I do try to speak some Italian as a gesture of res...  read more »
  • Great place for a shot of limoncello (or any other kind of shot, they have tons of options here). You'll find cocktails, wine and shots of all kinds here. The price is right and the staff is friend is friendly.
  • I am a wine enthusiast of considerable experience. I felt very unwelcome here; it felt more like a hangout for older locals than a business. The wine they sold me was a total rip-off; 20 euros for a bottle available elsewhere for around 14-15. Avoid.
  • Amazing wine! Small cute space. The Chianti reserva by the glass for 7 euros is brilliant.
  • The owner's been running tho shop for 40 years, super friendly and chill place for a tasty bottle of craft beer while you listen to Italian top 40 radio in the afternoon.
  • A small wine shop run by a lovely gentleman who also serves several wines by the glass. Virtually no English (to match my virtually no Italian) makes it interesting, but clearly popular with all the locals.
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