La Buchetta has been opened for about a year now and it has caught the eyes of many locals. This wine bar has a splendid ambiance of soft music and the chatter of the Fiorentino language. The dishes are prepared with attention and care. The presentation is just as great as the quality of the food. They serve a superb fondue with carpaccio meat. Wine flows through these doors as well since ‘la buchetta’ is one of the little wine doors that was found inside this palazzo. When back during the Renaissance these doors were used to sell the excess wine of the noble families vineyards in the countryside.
Le Volpe e l’uva is one of the most hidden wine bars in Florence. Located after passing over Ponte Vecchio, this tiny wine bar is a perfect place to have a quick bite before heading back to the hotel. After a long day of walking through the city, sitting in this authentic wine bar nibbling on crostone, bruschette, pecorino and prosciutto and savoring your glass of wine.
All of these wine bars are sensational and won’t be easy to leave. Be sure to try a different wine at each one and experiment with the typical Tuscan food that can be served with each wine. Don’t be boring and try only Chianti, ask your waiter for their recommendations as well.