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Enoteca Trucchi in Rome Specializes in Natural Wines

Via Cavour is a pretty awesome place to buy booze. Not only is Domus Birrae up near Santa Maria Maggiore a treasure trove of Italian and international craft beers, but Enoteca Trucchi near the Cavour Metro stop is packed with natural and organic wines. I must have walked past this small wine shop a million times, but I didn’t properly check it out until last week. In fact, I am usually in such a smog-induced daze on Via Cavour, I didn’t even realize it was there!

Thankfully my friend Hande, Rome’s resident wine genius, clued me in. She had purchased some bottles there for a meeting of our totally rad and not dorky at all wine club, during which we watched Senza Trucco, a documentary on four female natural wine makers. High demand and small production means the wines of Dora Forsoni, Nicoletta Bocca, Elisabetta Foradori, and Arianna Occhipinti can be hard to come by. Enoteca Trucchi came through on some of the wines. Bulzoni (maybe my favorite place in Rome) did the rest.

We drank wines by these four women as we watched the film and I wanted to bring the experience home with me, so I stopped by Enoteca Trucchi on Friday for some light shopping. The staff was super kind and helpful and we chatted for a bit as she prepared my bottles to carry home. Stop by and check out the selections the next time you’re on Via Cavour. You can also purchase Senza Trucco (Italian, dubbed in English at the Enoteca. Check out the trailer here:

2017-02-17T15:18:11+00:00 April 28th, 2012|Categories: Culture, Food & Wine, Rome & Lazio, Wine & Spirits|10 Comments


  1. Sarah May Grunwald April 29, 2012 at 11:43 am - Reply

    I am totally going to start going here for wine tours. AWESOME!!

  2. Sarah May Grunwald April 29, 2012 at 11:43 am - Reply

    Ps. GRWS is a secret!!

  3. Sarah May Grunwald April 29, 2012 at 11:57 am - Reply

    It is a cover for cutting people! But I am jesting. It is still a very “exclusive” wine club for tasting Super Tuscan, right? 🙂

  4. Katie April 29, 2012 at 11:46 am - Reply

    oh shit really? how am i that dense that i didnt know that. werent there tweets about it?

  5. Stefania trucchi April 29, 2012 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    I’m Stefania Trucchi and I am onorated to read so many wonderful words about my Wine shop. I have so passion about the world of Wine above all organic and natural ,food and for people . It is important for all of us to live happy moment with other friends. Miriam also who woks for me is a professional and kind person specialized in organic wine. We Are entusiastic to help all of you to chose a special Wine or give suggestions about a lunch or a dinner. Thank you and I hope to see you soon

  6. mart April 30, 2012 at 9:31 pm - Reply

    What did you think of Dora’s wine? She is lovely, great wine, capo caccia and pay a visit to her to see the marvelous olive trees she has. If you are lucky there might be some oil left. Bulzoni is great 2, little tip (should I) ask them for Le Primeur by Le Coste if they don’t have it pass by GM Antonuzi himself(say hi) on the way to Dora 😉 He is Nr. 1. Saw on the (minimal) Trucchi website they bring wine to your home! Magari! Btw. Someone in Rome is ordering quite some wine from Marco Merli one of the interesting guys in Umbria, check it out, Janus has finished all went to ROme he told me 🙁

  7. Sarah May 1, 2012 at 9:57 am - Reply

    Hi Katie,
    my husband Roberto usually goes to Les Vignerons in Torpignattara (via Acqua Bullicante) to buy natural wines in Rome. If you haven’t been already it’s worth a visit!

  8. Sarah May Grunwald May 3, 2012 at 11:28 pm - Reply

    Les Vignerons is a great enoteca!! I am going there next week for a tasting.

  9. Katie May 5, 2012 at 4:55 pm - Reply

    @stefania complimenti per un bellissimo negozio! e grazie a miriam per l’accoglienza!

    @mart dora is super badass and i loved watching her onscreen. i was a bit less fond of the wines, peferring the others. i have just purchased her vino nobile (we drank her rosso di montepulciano) and will hold onto it for while before drinking it. will head back to bulzoni soon i hope and will look for le coste le primeur!

    @sarah great tip! will check it out asap…

    @sarah may GRWS field trip?

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