Mon-Sat) The city's best enoteca con degustazione bar none: this intimate address with
marble-topped bar crowning two oak ageing wine barrels chalks up an impressive list of
wines by the glass. To attain true bliss, indulge in crostini (€6.50) topped with honeyed
speck or lardo, or platter of boutique Tuscan cheeses (try the Rocco made by Fattoria
Corzano e Paterno).
stone vaults, scrubbed wooden tables and refreshingly modern air, this enoteca run by the
dynamic and charismatic Igor is spacious and stylish. The wine list features bags of
Tuscan greats and unknowns, and a substantial crostini (toasts with various toppings) and
carpacci (cold sliced meats) menu ensures you don't leave hungry. Or stay for dinner- it's
Florence, the focus of this bright modern enoteca - its small interior packed jaw to jowl
with tables - is organic wine. Locally sourced products ensure a delightful lunch, or re-
serve in advance for an early-evening tasting (€25) - four different organic wines per-
fectly paired with ash-aged pecorino, bufala ricota cheese and Cienta Senese salami.
(Borgo Ognissanti 42r; 10am-2am) This stylish wine bar tucked beneath a red-brick vaulted
ceiling is privy to one of Florence's most happening aperitivo scenes. From the pale aqua-
coloured Vespa parked up inside, to the music, occasional exhibition and summertime
pavement action, Sei Divino is a vintage that is eternally good. Aperitivi 'hour' kicks in
from 5pm to 10pm.