Neither really a wine bar or a restaurant but a special place to eat and drink. The wine selection is big enough to allow a serious tasting of the wines of the area. As the range is large so is the price range and inevitably one gets seduced by the better wines. The basic house white, a Tocai makes for a pleasant afternoon whilst the Refrosco is big and bold enough to fill an evening. The foods are a little intimidating as the Slow Food movement is well represented on the menu and thus not necessarily well understood. Investigation is well rewarded and the tastes offered are sophisticated and exceptionally well presented. The proprietor is friendly and affable and also keen to discuss his obvious passion for proper foods. A delightful evening that I look forward to repeating.