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Wineart is very much a neighborhood kind of place. Extremely tiny but with a fantastic choice of wine and a very gracious and knowledgeable host.
Is a perfect place to go, even alone, to make friends and drink a good wine for a good price....More
My wife and I had a wonderful time tasting wine and finally purchasing some selections. The church nearby rings beautifully if you catch it at the right time, and the wine is reasonably priced. Do stop by if you are in the area. Tiziana will...More
Since i stayed in the neighbourhood I planned to give it a visit as I'm a big fan of Italian wines. The owner of the shop welcomed me warmly and told in her best English everything I always wanted to know about Italian wines, but...More
If you are planning to buy some very good Italian wines you have to visit this place as it has a hand picked fantastic wine variety.
Tiziana, the host of the wine shop is a lovely person that will take you through a wine journey...More
Very nice small shop close to Piazza Vittorio and Colosseum. Tiziana is a perfect host and she will suggest the perfect wine for any event. There is always something to try when you pass by!!! I had always great time during Wineart's "Aperitivi".
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