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phat_dawg_21 wrote a review Oct 2018
Alpharetta, Georgia9,506 contributions601 helpful votes
Not as conveniently located as the other wine shop, but it is definitely worth the short walk. The staff was very friendly. We did a free wine tasting and walked out with three bottles of wine and some pasta.
Date of experience: September 2018
sharonearly wrote a review Jul 2018
St. Croix223 contributions39 helpful votes
We went in this shop after hours and bought a bottle of wine so there was no time to browse. Shop is full of wine, pasta and touristy items. Would have liked to return but time was limited in Monterosso
Date of experience: July 2018
smatthews62 wrote a review Sep 2016
Sugar Land, Texas18 contributions4 helpful votes
My wife and I walked in there simply because it looked so interesting as we walked by. It was small, warm, and had a certain intimacy to it. The shop looked empty when walked in and the shopkeeper walked in and offered us some samples of the locally produced Limoncino and Cian du Corsu. Both tasted great and since they were locally produced we bought them both for about 15 euros each. The shopkeeper was warm and friendly. The shop was a family business for many years. It was fun looking around at all of their product.…
Date of experience: September 2016
Erc F wrote a review Jun 2016
Cork, Cork, Ireland20 contributions11 helpful votes
Nice inside decor. Food is in line with all the other places- €15 for Gnocchi + pesto and 3€ pp cover charge. But a good place and the women working there were all nice. Food is very nice.
Date of experience: June 2016
harold m wrote a review Jul 2015
New York City, New York1 contribution
We taste wine but I taste friends too! A small piace to visit and take a look of "spirit of Liguria". For me is a great experience and I hope to visit again during my italian transfer from Genova to Pisa. Monterosso is one of best places to visit in Italy!
Date of experience: July 2015