Wine Bar in Sicily

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Wine Bars in Sicily

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  • Mihaela S
    1 contribution
    Amazing place in the art district. Would definitely visit again when in Catania. Amazing cocktails and food.
    Written October 2, 2019
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  • Fionn
    Galway, Ireland1 contribution
    During our vacation my friends and I visited a large selection of restaurants and bars;
    Not only did Bottega Monteleone provide us with the finest food and drink we could find during our 4 day visit, but also the best service.

    Staff were decidedly passionate about their work, and more importantly were extremely friendly and attentive to our needs as patrons. Besides that, an electric atmosphere was palpable at all times throughout the evening.

    I couldn't recommend it more.
    Written September 8, 2020
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  • vanjalv
    Dubai, United Arab Emirates84 contributions
    This is a small bar located in one of the small alleys close to the main church. They have a good variety of Sicilian wines served on a ham&cheese tray! Waiters are lovely and competent! Nice stop for a tasty aperitif in the town.
    Written June 22, 2017
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  • Seat 13C
    Paris, France1,965 contributions
    Outdoor bar with seating in the stairs and on the terrace (with heaters in winter(. Good selection of cocktails and wines by the glass. Quite popular.
    Written February 12, 2022
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  • Jim H
    Poynton, UK32 contributions
    We were looking for somewhere to have a drink during a short, 1hr 30m, stop and decided to try La Bottega de Monsu.
    We are so glad we did. We only had a beer, but it was truly outstanding. We were given extra little treats which was so thoughtful. The service can only be described as lovely; friendly and very welcoming.
    Three others from the tour, we were on, also ordered a Tuna salad, a cheese and meat platter and Bruschetta. They rated them as 10 out of 10.
    They only serve Sicilian beer, wines and food. If you are in the vicinity, then you must visit.
    Written May 10, 2018
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  • Cat2584
    Gosport, UK20 contributions
    A small but packed shop, well worth taking your time to browse due to the extensive range of Sicilian products. Open 7 days a week, with english speaking staff.

    We purchased wine and spirits before we realised getting them home ourselves would be an issue. Nelson ship so problem solved. Full tracking / notification and extremely well packaged on arrival. Recommended.
    Written October 13, 2019
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  • Martina V
    57 contributions
    Nero D’Avola it’s a refine winebar situated in the centre of Sicily, in Caltanissetta. The place it’s not difficult to find and, above all, when you try it you don’t want to leave it!
    Comfortable place with loving and kind welcome, perfect for celebrate birthday party or work meeting or an happy hour with friends.
    It has been rewarded in 2017, as the only one in Sicily, with “two bottles” of Gambero Rosso (the maximum is three), that is the most important guide in Italy for excelent and hight quality wine bar and pubs. It’s the reason why it’s the highest in the island for variety and quality of bottles, location, owner’s and workers’ professionalism and management capabity of a man who wants to improve his territory and the history of a land sometimes forgotten. He had chosen to stay in Sicily and to stay in this town notwithstanding his great ambition, experiences and his great capability and sofisticated view of enology, for sure deem of bigger markets.
    You can stay in this amazing and unique sitting room, listening some background music, drinking a bottle (or a wine glass) that the host will advice you to combine with fresh traditional Sicilian food and finger food.
    If you thing it’s strange to find a top level wine bar in this part of Sicily, let’s go there and taste the best experience you’ve never had in life.
    Written October 29, 2017
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  • ChasDickens
    New York City, NY53 contributions
    We ended up shopping here twice during our three-day stay near Ortigia in our quest for interesting Nero d'avolas and Etna biancos. The owner, whose English is fluent, is clearly passionate about Sicilian wines and willing to walk you through all the different varietals he carries to help you decide which is the best match for you. Unlike most enotecas, which tend to be overpriced tourist traps selling magnets, ceramics, and souvenir items, this store is the real thing: the guy knows about WINE! (PS: Someone else on TA seemed to think this was a wine bar, which I do not think is correct. There is neither food nor seating, though the shop does abut a kind of vacation rental agency.)
    Written July 18, 2019
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  • Vegetariantravels82
    Dublin, Ireland35 contributions
    No option for vegetarians...at least you want to eat pickles. No menù, so no idea about price of the wine served and no info about ingredients. When asked what was included in the cold meat/cheese board, the waiter told us to wait, as that was her second day at work and she had no idea. Well... We are still waiting for her. White sparky wine? Only prosecco available...so we were "forced" to get their highly reccommended rosè. Overall poor experience and definetely not vegetarian friendly.
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • Charlotte E
    Edinburgh, UK49 contributions
    Good wine, lovely service and a nice spot especially if you get a little table outside on the old street.
    Written June 13, 2018
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  • michellevaidlondon
    London, UK7 contributions
    Homemade local wine less than 5 euro!
    Would highly recommend this shop to anyone looking for real Sicilian wines and other drinks with excellent value for money Sicilian prices. Compared to the other local shops and supermarkets, I found all the wine and spirits I could imagine at a really really good price. Nice to see a Siracusa shop that offering non touristy rip off prices!
    Written June 15, 2018
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  • Vegetariantravels82
    Dublin, Ireland35 contributions
    Nice and quite place. Wine was incredible and they prepared a delicious vegetarian pinsa for me. Aperitif or dinner...up to you! Just give them a call to reserve a table.
    Written December 10, 2019
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  • Elisa P
    Rome, Italy5 contributions
    Yesterday we were looking for a place to have dinner and we found this little gem. We ordered pasta of the day with courgettes and burratina and a plate with cold meat cheese and special dishes from siracusa. It was everything really tasty.
    Written September 12, 2018
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