The scene is as fizzy as prosecco at this wine-centric resto, especially in the summer months when diners bask in the breeze on the big covered porch. The menu ranges from paninis served on excellent, locally-baked foccaccia at lunch, to hearty dishes of roasted trout, chicken or cod, each perfectly paired with a sauce (tzatziki, pomegranite sauce, or lemon-caper butter) and, if you wish, the perfect bottle of vino. The seared duck breast with salted caramel sauce is a particularly sinful treat. Along with wine, the restaurant has an excellent selection of locally brewed, artisinal beers and ales. Don't even THINK of coming here without a reservation during the Tanglewood season.