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An experience

We were not sure what we were letting ourselves in for when we entered La Lupa. We just wanted to... read more

Reviewed 25 October 2015
ContadinoDiVino
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San Lorenzo in Bibbiano
Good stop to sample local wine, cheese and meat

I visited this store as part of a walking tour of Lecce. Very interesting store. i was brought down... read more

Reviewed 12 May 2015
fnct
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Succasunna, New Jersey
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25 Oct 2015
“An experience”
12 May 2015
“Good stop to sample local wine, cheese and meat”
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Reviewed 25 October 2015

We were not sure what we were letting ourselves in for when we entered La Lupa. We just wanted to taste some wines but we were given cold cuts and cheeses to taste as well as some local wine. The nice thing was there was...More

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Reviewed 12 May 2015

I visited this store as part of a walking tour of Lecce. Very interesting store. i was brought down into the cavern like basement for a private tasting that had been arranged in advance. It was interesting walking down the glass stairs. Was served a...More

Thank fnct
Reviewed 4 October 2014

This is a charming little shop with local products. Floor is made out of glass, so you can see the basement with Roman-times walls, while walking on the street-level floor . The lady that served us spoke very little english, but she uses gestures and...More

Thank rudbeckie
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