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Enoteca Divino

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Tessa M wrote a review Oct 2016
27 contributions17 helpful votes
Went here to buy some limoncello for my mother, the staff were really helpful at suggesting good local products, they spoke english which was really helpful for us.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Responded Oct 22, 2016
Many many thanks for your visit and for your rewards. We hope to see you asap
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Baoyu12 wrote a review Feb 2015
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We were recently in Abbiategrasso to visit my cousin and her husband and were keen to return to Singapore with some high quality grappa. My cousin took us to Enoteca Divino, and I'm so glad she did. The first thing that struck me as I entered were the many small "barriques" occupying the central area of the shop, after which I was mesmerized by the numerous bottles beading the walls. The proprietor and his father were on hand, and were most friendly and helpful. The son speaks very good English and took great care to understand what kind of grappa might be most to my liking. That's when the barriques came in, as he drew a lovely amber grappa from one of the barrels for our enjoyment later in the day, and enjoy it we did. We returned a few days later in order to buy a solidly sealed bottle of grappa sturdy enough to survive our return flight, and we have taken great delight in enjoying it from time to time over fond reminiscences of this shop and our wonderful time in Italy. Having had my eyes opened as to the unexpected variety to be experienced in the world of grappa, my one regret is that it may be a while before I can once again sample the fine products available at Enoteca Divino under the guidance of this friendly and knowledgeable proprietor.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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Responded Feb 18, 2015
Many thank for your feedback. Your word are like a medal for us, it's a reward for our job
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casinitaly wrote a review Jan 2015
Province of Milan, Italy263 contributions20 helpful votes
Having a wine shop just down the street is so convenient - especially when they have a range of products from everyday table wine to lovely special occasion wines. And of course there is a great range of prices too. There are wines on tap for those who don't want to pay the added charges for bottling and labeling, there is a wide range of beer, even some cider. My personal favourites are the sparkling wines. This Christmas we indulged in buying a small bottle of grappa, poured from a barrel. We chose an amarone grappa and it was really splendid. There are also olive oils, jars of typical Italian snack, biscuits, jams -but one of the most important characteristics of this shop is the management. Luca is helpful, knowledgeable about his products, and willing to order in wines that you've tried elsewhere and would like to be able to buy. There are often wine tasting events, and the warm wood floors and shelving combine to create a cosy atmosphere while you meditate over your purchases.
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Date of experience: January 2015
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Responded Feb 7, 2015
Many thank for your feedback. Your word are like a medal for us, it's a reward for our job
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