Wanna geek out on wine? Look no further than this trattoria in Southwest Minneapolis. For the past three years, it’s snagged top wine awards from Wine Spectator, an honor shared in 2021 by only seven other Minnesota restaurants. In keeping with the Broder family genre, the cellar list is almost exclusively composed of Italian wines (the 20 or so Champagnes are the exception). There are several hundred offerings in all, with numerous pages alone devoted to the darling of Piedmont, Barolo, plus a hearty by-the-glass selection. Food runs to the classics — pastas, porchetta sandwiches, wild boar stew — with a medley of small plates and drinks on special for $5-6 during happy hour, twice daily Tuesday through Saturday.