The winebar offers mostly cold dishes: antipasti, salads, sandwiches and boards of cured meats or cheeses. It also sells various types of olive oil, balsamic vinegar and vegetables preserved in oil. Characteristic local products are also available for sale, including jams, biscuits, cakes and pasta.

All the food served is  supplied by neighbouring farms to avoid waste and to encourage the zero food miles concept.

All the products used for the dishes on the menu can be purchased for consumption at home. We also sell corkscrews, decanters for aged wines and glasses to ensure the best tasting conditions for the wines chosen in the store.


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Toast cheese and ham
Vegetarian toast with mozzarella and tomato
Mixed salad with fennel, cucumber, carrot, tomato
Mixed salad with tuna
Mixed salad with caper, anchovies and olives
Mixed salad with mozzarella
Tomato and mozzarella
Omelette with various vegetables
Salted pie with various vegetables
Selection of sausages and meat
Cheese platter with different dips
Dish of Bresaola
Dish of seasoned ham
Veal with tuna sauce
Hazelnut cake
Cake from the daily offer
Fruit salad
Bread with chocolate cream or jam

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