Italian-styled wine bar that keeps things light and breezy.

Vinotto is so comfortable in its own skin, so firm a fixture in the Western Suburbs scene, that it may surprise you to hear it hasn’t even hit the two-year mark. Since day dot, this is a place that’s stayed true to an uncomplicated pitch: progressive, highly quaffable wines and Italian-accented share plates in a less-is-more mash-up of bentwood, brick, terracotta and terrazzo. Sure, you can keep it classic with a seashell-fragrant Muscadet and oysters, but the pleasure intensifies the deeper you dive. Let the laid-back crew steer you towards a textural savagnin and pinot gris blend from Gippsland to accompany Sicilian-style swordfish rich with tomatoes and capers, and see for yourself.