Appealing to the Sensi


WINNIPEG — The team behind Winnipeg’s Tre Visi Cucina Italiana have upped the ante, opening Sensi Wine Lounge on the second floor of the historic Grange/Mitchell building, which now houses both businesses.

“Sensi is premised on the belief that the enjoyment of wine and wine-friendly cuisine doesn’t have to be expensive or pretentious,” reads a description on the lounge website. “The extensive wine list features by-the-glass, bottle and wine flight selections that are carefully chosen to represent the best value-for-dollar in their categories.”

The sleek, modern design serves as a backdrop to a small plates menu with dishes that range in price from $1 for pane (bread) to $15 for sapori de spagna — a  sampler of Spain with Jamon Serrano, manchego cheese and pane tomate — to $15 or $27 for Village Bay oysters. Of course, the food is complemented by wine and grappa/cognac/port lists.

The first come, first serve, lounge is open Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, click here.


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