3 euro for a glass. Stunning white wine. Meat and bread brought to you with the glass Service was attentive and even offered to choose on our behalf. Nom.
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Oldest winebar in the world, It's said that Copernicus even stayed on the 2nd floor. Oh, and the wine is good as well. Ask the staff for recommendations.
This osteria has been in Ferrara for more than 500 years. Copernicus lives on this first floor, still there, while studying in Ferrara. So lots of history! The place offers mainly cold dishes and cheese and cold cuts. But it also has a few hot...More
We visited this enoteca on a Sunday in January so this review is a little late but I would say to anyone, do not bother and do not waste your money. It is believed to be the oldest enoteca in Italy and that is the...More
The wine bar is located in the shadow of Ferrara's cathedral, right in the center of town and is cozy if a little cramped. Opt for the more comfortable room on the right, which has tables and chairs, rather than the tables with benches in...More
Perhaps not the most 'plush' place in town but that is more than made up for by the charm & history. We had a €30 menu which included a glass of 4 different local wines: some with grape varieties we had never heard of. The...More
Delicious pumpkin ravioli, great service. Would absolutely come here again. Also very good that it is the oldest osteria in the world.
I have been for years a regular customer of this place, every time I returned home from abroad. I have taken dozens of friends here as it is a winebar which dates back in time, mentioned by Dante Alighieri and Torquato Tasso. The place is...More
The most ancient vine bar in Italy still in activity. It started before the America discovering! And It's not a joke!