When it relocated from Tor Pignatara to Trastevere in early 2016, Les Vignerons instantly became the best-stocked natural wine shop in central Rome. The owners work directly with small producers to get bottles from Italy, France, and Slovenia, and they also have a great selection of craft beers, mainly from Italy and the UK. They don’t yet have a license to serve alcohol in the shop, but they can open bottles and provide cups for customers to take away. From 6pm, you can also purchase bottles at Les Vignerons and drink them at Bacocco up the block. There’s a small corkage fee and an expectation that you will order food, but it’s a small price to pay for access to such a tremendous wine catalog.

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