The sheer variety of Italian wines that are available is outstanding and can be a little overwhelming. Rome has a long traditional of wine bars known as enotche that have plenty of by the glass choices and knowledgable staff to help guide you. Many enoteche also offer light meals to accompany your wine tasting.
In the hip Monti neighborhood go to Vino al Vino for a flute of dry, sparkly Franciacorta Rosé or perch on comfy stools that spill on to the street at the Piedmont/Calabrian hybrid Faifiuche.
In the the jewish ghetto at Beppe e i suoi Formaggi you can choose a bottle from the well stocked shelves and sample some of Italy’s best cheeses.
Try Enoteca Ferrara in Trastevere with it’s encyclopedic variety of choices