La Cantina de Via de Bardi is a space born from a passion for wine that Tommaso Grasso created with sommelier Paolo Miano. Here, the bottles can rest and grow to a proper temperature.
The cellar was built by architect Marta Sansoni in the bottom of the 14th century, when it originally belonged to the Bardi family. About 8,000 bottles decorate this collection. The walls are lined with the big Super Tuscans like Sassicaia, Ornellaia, Solaia, Tignanello along with those of Brunello: Biondi Santi, Soldera, Poggio di Sotto, Frescobaldi, Casanova di Neri, ect. The presence of a great Sangiovese, Chianti as well as Montevertine and Pergole Torte underlines our love of the tradition and the territory; in addition our respect for the great Barolo and monumental Amarone.
The Private Cellar is available to choose unique bottles to drink with your meal and uncork directly in the cellar as you wish.