Cittavino, Newtown

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SYDNEY | Cittavino Newtown is a wine store with a twist – between the two exposed brick walls which are stocked with wines from around the world is a large bench with seating for 40 people. The man behind the venue is Marco Taddeo, who brings with him over 25 years of experience as a sommelier.

The focus is on small producers, biodynamic viticulture and sustainability with an impressive selection of new and old world local and imported wines on offer that fit Taddeo’s criteria. Many of the wines are imported by Taddeo himself which means that there are things at Cittavino you won’t see elsewhere. Unsurprisingly, Taddeo knows his stuff and when this often beer drinker sometimes wine drinker walked through Cittavino’s doors Taddeo was able to pinpoint exactly the right wine for me, despite me not knowing what I wanted when I arrived.

Whether you want to sit in and enjoy a glass of wine (or two) along with some antipasto or take a bottle away for elsewhere, Cittavino is well worth a visit.

Cittavino

55 Enmore Road
Newtown
New South Wales 2042
Australia

Telephone: (02) 9557 3411
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://www.cittavino.com/

Open
Mon – Fri: 4:00pm to late
Sat: 12:00pm to late

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