- Italian (Wiktionary)
“Tucked almost anonymously in the northeast corner of Italy, the enoteca is a one-of-a-kind regional wine shop.”
“An "enoteca" (wine bar) is a popular, fast, and inexpensive option for lunch.”
“An "enoteca" (wine bar) is a popular, fast and inexpensive option for lunch.”
“The enoteca was opened by 20-something sommelier Cristina Magnini who convinced her mother Patrizia Moretti to join her to do the cooking in the intimate downstairs dining area.”
“Chef Scott Conant helms both the enoteca/espresso bar D.O.C.G. and Scarpetta, which also has outposts in New York and Miami and sports a 3,000-bottle wine cellar.”
“All Ikea modernism and spa showers, two bathrooms, laundry room, good kitchen and of course the market thirty seconds in one direction and a top enoteca in the other.”
“I took my recent Buon Viaggio class to our swank new Italian wine bar in Charlottesville, enoteca, for a lesson on Italian regional wines and wine tasting.”
“Its a major topic among the regions eight hundred producers and, no doubt, at the corner enoteca.”
“While the enoteca may be what many American wine bars strive to be, the real deal is on every corner in every town in the region.”
“A while back, we wrote about a newly opened regional enoteca in the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina, tucked into a little space on the way to Concourses D and E.”
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