The space is really nice surrounded by bottles of wine, all marked with their respective price. The food was good, with very nice presentation. We were in a group in a reserved area and our expectation was to have some explanation around the restaurant history and, of course, about the recommended wines for our dinner/tasting. It was really simple and poor, almost mechanic. Another frustration was with the prices, 20-30% higher than in other wine houses.
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