This beautiful wine bar is in the cellar of a trulli in the town. It’s on a busy, tourist-shop-lined thoroughfare, but once you step inside and descend the steps it feels a million miles away from the bustle. The staff were very friendly and humoured our broken Italian. We enjoyed two local, artisanal beers from a brewery called “Why Not?” Why not indeed?! These were served with a few snacks: taralli rosemarino, olives and spiced fava beans. All tasty. We ordered a burrata with peperoni (chillies) which was very good and was served with fresh bread. The prices were very reasonable. There are also many local treats for sale to take away: limoncello and other liqueurs in trulli-shaped bottles, taralli in many flavours, sauces, herbs etc. All very reasonably priced. As other reviewers have said, the opening times can be tricky. But Italy often is! We visited on a Sunday at about 5pm. They were open and others were inside. As it got nearer to 6pm we were the only ones in there and could see they were tidying up to close. We left around 6 and at the entrance there was a notice stating that they were closing. So I don’t know how accurate the times stated on Tripadvisor are. I think if we had arrived one hour later we would not have been allowed inside. Maybe they were opening again in the evening but I don’t know. It’s probably best not to assume they will be open all day and avoid mid-afternoon/early evening unless you have checked in advance by phone.