Wine Bars in Florence
Many people come to Tuscany to taste the delicious quality of wine! So make sure to know the best enotecas or wine bars in Florence.
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Le Volpi e l'Uva
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L'Uva e il Vino
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Enoteca Bellini
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Enoteca Alla Sosta Dei Papi
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College Firenze
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This place is great if you want some wine and a tagliere board. They also make great schiaccate so enjoy a delicious panino!
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Enoteca Fuori Porta
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Fuor di Porta
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Some of the nicest, most caring staff around. This place has vino sfuso, meaning unlabeled wine that is sold cheaper and can be purchased by the liter. They also make panini and you can have wine by the glass as well.
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Retrobottega - Cibarie e Mescita
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This little find put such a smile on my face. Great panino options, taking the Tuscan classics with a creative twist! They also have 'cicchetti' bites, (like little crostini with different things on top) if you just want something to nibble on while you have a drink.
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NOTE DI VINO Firenze
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This place is great for tagliere, crostini, or panini! Not to mention, sitting outside gives you a view of Santa Croce and you can enjoy some nice wine.
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Caffè Notte
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Enoteca de'Giusti
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Vineria Sonora
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The spot for organic, biodynamic and natural wines, from independent winemakers, with a fun, retro vinyl atmosphere. They have loads of impressive wines, from small producers round Italy, and snacks perfect for pairing with the wine, like crostini, cured meats, and cheeses. Address: Via Degli Alfani, 39 r, 50121 Firenze FI, Italy Located in the Sant’Ambrogio district, near the synagogue
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Osteria Nuvoli
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This fiaschetteria, or wine cellar, has an underground cantina and is tucked just minutes from the Duomo.
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Il Santino
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This place can get rather crowded, so if you're looking to get a seat, make sure to come earlier in the evening.
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Enoteca Vigna Nuova
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Ciao! My name is Danielle and I'm a Californian from San Diego, who's been living full time in Florence, Italy since 2020. I studied in Florence in 2016 and absolutely fell in love with the food, culture, and history, and made it my mission to move back. I moved right before the pandemic, and staying here through all the lockdowns and pandemic life really helped me discover slow travel and find all of Italy's beauty, including lesser known gems, and off the beaten path travel spots. During my three years in Florence, I have wrote for publications like The Florentine, done freelance marketing with restaurants and a travel agency, giving me high insight into the best destinations, foodie spots, and more. I am here to help you make the most of your vacation in Italy with curated itineraries for every type of traveler and digital maps to help you enjoy THE BEST food each region has to offer. Let me do the work so you can just relax and enjoy, without any stress! I've had a very unique experience living in Italy the last 4 years, as I made my official move right before the pandemic, after visiting for years. Because of this I learned to travel locally and deeply throughout the numerous incredible destinations in Italy and for that I cater my travel services to finding the most local and mindful experiences, keeping true to discovering and appreciating Italy's culture.
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Wine Bars in Florence
Many people come to Tuscany to taste the delicious quality of wine! So make sure to know the best enotecas or wine bars in Florence.
15 Places • 8 Saves • ago
Free
Le Volpi e l'Uva
@daniellecohen
While the space is small,
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L'Uva e il Vino
@daniellecohen
Add to
Details
Enoteca Bellini
@daniellecohen
Add to
Details
Enoteca Alla Sosta Dei Papi
@daniellecohen
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Details
College Firenze
@daniellecohen
This place is great if you want some wine and a tagliere board. They also make great schiaccate so enjoy a delicious panino!
Add to
Details
Enoteca Fuori Porta
@daniellecohen
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Details
Fuor di Porta
@daniellecohen
Some of the nicest, most caring staff around. This place has vino sfuso, meaning unlabeled wine that is sold cheaper and can be purchased by the liter. They also make panini and you can have wine by the glass as well.
Add to
Details
Retrobottega - Cibarie e Mescita
@daniellecohen
This little find put such a smile on my face. Great panino options, taking the Tuscan classics with a creative twist! They also have 'cicchetti' bites, (like little crostini with different things on top) if you just want something to nibble on while you have a drink.
Add to
Details
NOTE DI VINO Firenze
@daniellecohen
This place is great for tagliere, crostini, or panini! Not to mention, sitting outside gives you a view of Santa Croce and you can enjoy some nice wine.
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Details
Caffè Notte
@daniellecohen
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Details
Enoteca de'Giusti
@daniellecohen
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Vineria Sonora
@daniellecohen
The spot for organic, biodynamic and natural wines, from independent winemakers, with a fun, retro vinyl atmosphere. They have loads of impressive wines, from small producers round Italy, and snacks perfect for pairing with the wine, like crostini, cured meats, and cheeses. Address: Via Degli Alfani, 39 r, 50121 Firenze FI, Italy Located in the Sant’Ambrogio district, near the synagogue
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Osteria Nuvoli
@daniellecohen
This fiaschetteria, or wine cellar, has an underground cantina and is tucked just minutes from the Duomo.
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Details
Il Santino
@daniellecohen
This place can get rather crowded, so if you're looking to get a seat, make sure to come earlier in the evening.
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Details
Enoteca Vigna Nuova
@daniellecohen
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* * *
CURATED BY
Ciao! My name is Danielle and I'm a Californian from San Diego, who's been living full time in Florence, Italy since 2020. I studied in Florence in 2016 and absolutely fell in love with the food, culture, and history, and made it my mission to move back. I moved right before the pandemic, and staying here through all the lockdowns and pandemic life really helped me discover slow travel and find all of Italy's beauty, including lesser known gems, and off the beaten path travel spots. During my three years in Florence, I have wrote for publications like The Florentine, done freelance marketing with restaurants and a travel agency, giving me high insight into the best destinations, foodie spots, and more. I am here to help you make the most of your vacation in Italy with curated itineraries for every type of traveler and digital maps to help you enjoy THE BEST food each region has to offer. Let me do the work so you can just relax and enjoy, without any stress! I've had a very unique experience living in Italy the last 4 years, as I made my official move right before the pandemic, after visiting for years. Because of this I learned to travel locally and deeply throughout the numerous incredible destinations in Italy and for that I cater my travel services to finding the most local and mindful experiences, keeping true to discovering and appreciating Italy's culture.
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