Central, cozy, easy going. There are so many reasons to visit this lovely wine bar dedicated to Italian grapes. So expect more besides Nebbiolo (or chiavennasca), the wine filter is pretty much brillian. Many Italian labels betray wise choices and passionate approach, including bottles from small Doc and Docg, others from lesser-known areas of Piedmont, and wines hailing from the Italian islands. Wines sold by the glass are a hit, including price-wise. These are paired with tasty nibbles, such as fine cheese, savoury-brined olives and other well-assorted snacks. Bottles of wine, cured meats and canned goods can be purchased and taken home. Sunday dinners are served family-style at the large communal table, along with fine wine and conversation. The same property has also recently opened Trattoria l’Alba based on seasonal Italian products and food friendly wines.