I went back to this establishment in December wondering if it was still as great as I remembered. It certainly has maintained it's high standards. The place is immaculate and is still a great place if you do not want to drink the same wines that are being served everywhere else. The owner and her italian husband have turned me on to some great wineries that I didn't know like Fattoria Coroncino from Le Marche. This place does not pretend to be a full service restaurant but a beautiful place to have a drink with some great nibbles. I had some great salami that was made with wine in it and cheese with black truffles in it. It was also around the time that the olive oil is pressed so the hot bruschetta with fresh olive oil was amazing. You can find locals, italians from out of town and tourists here. I wish that they would open some Vinosofias here in North America as I can't wait to go back!
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