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Wine Studio

Author: Anothertravelguide.com0 COMMENTS

A recently opened wine bar & shop Vīna studija (wine studio) is a spot, instantly making you feel easy and comfy. Shelves, loaded with excellent wines from Europe and the new world occupy the space to the left, and a list of favorite wines of prominent personalities gives a special touch of individuality. A bar, with few tables, to savor wine and some refreshments, is sited on the right side. Wine bottles line along the wall and the current recommendations of the studio are chalked on a blackboard. The offer always consists of nine different wines, available also by the glass, and the list never stays the same. Absolute comfort and amiable service is typical there. For instance, you can select any bottle from the shop and, paying a small additional fee (Ls 3.99), savor it at the bar. Or else, drink a couple of glasses and request a barman to save the rest for the next time. You can reserve even several wines this way - for different moods, so to say. You can ask to cork your bottle for take-away, too. A small and cozy degustation room, housing a wine school too, is sited at the farthest end of the studio, and boasts a glass cabinet holding the finest selection of wines.
Décor of the studio is designed by architects Mārtiņš Pīlēns and Niklāvs Paegle. A special feel add the pictures of Latvian painters Aija Zariņa and Ģirts Muižnieks from their UPB gallery collection.

10 Elizabetes Street (a corner of Elizabetes and Antonijas Streets)
16 Audēju Street (TC Galerija centrs )
30 Stabu
Street (a corner of Stabu and Tērbatas Streets)


www.vinastudija.lv

09/2008

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