If you fancy trying many local wines without getting drunk, a wine bar is the best option. You have a wide choice of Italian wines that you can order by the glass. Besides that, you also have food, a more limited choice and often cold dishes, but still tasty and well complemented to your wine. Unlike most restaurants, wine bars can also be open until late at night or during the afternoon for a snack and a drink.
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