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Da Biagio Vini e Oli, Rome

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  • Nice place to meet your friends. It's a small, family run tavern with a couple of tables outside to People Watch.  more »
  • Great wine bar, loads to choose from and friendly owners. It's in a good spot for people watching and it was well priced!  more »
  • 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...  more »
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  • We love this little shop / wine bar. 6 chairs inside and 6 outside. When we are in Rome we always have to go and have a glass of wine before we go out to eat. Nice atmosphere. Father and son speaking Italian. If you want to practice your Italian they are friendly and would like to talk to you. When we brought a bottle of wine home, it has always tasted good. However, the wines are not cheap here.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Amazing wine! Small cute space. The Chianti reserva by the glass for 7 euros is brilliant.