I won't echo the rave reviews of others, but I will say that it's just not fair to walk into a place with such an incredible list of wines- AND NOT BE ABLE TO BUY A BOTTLE TO TAKE HOME! To me, the point of wine tasting is to be then able to buy the ones that you like. To an oenophile, it's as if this entire cafe is an elaborate and slightly tragic tease.
Apparently this is due to Tutto Gusto not having a liquor store license. However the wine shop in Italy doesn't carry most of what's on the menu. So if you find something you like, you're out of luck.
But- there is hope! I was there for lunch on a relatively slow day all by myself as the family was over at Universal, and struck up a conversation with the waiter. He said that, as long as he opened the bottle, I was free to take the "leftovers" back to the hotel.
Which I happily did. I'd rather have shipped it home, but enjoying a glass of wine on the patio of our room at the Yacht Club was not a terrible compromise.
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