Tasting wine is one of the first things that comes to mind when you think about visiting Bordeaux. The number of wine tours, bars and unique places to discover Bordeaux vineyards will make you dizzy. Welcome to the world’s wine capital and discover the best wine bars in Bordeaux.
Located few steps away from the magical Place de la Bourse, you will feel like you’re entering a cocoon as soon as you set foot in Le Millésime Bordeaux. You will appreciate the large selection of Grands Crus that you can taste by the glass and the friendly staff who will guide you in your selection. If you’re hungry, their large choice of tapas made with local products will go great with your wine.
What about travelling to Spain while staying in Bordeaux? L’Épicerie Jamon Jamon is a culinary immersion in Spanish cuisine in the middle of the Bordeaux’s prestigious Triangle d’Or. In this trendy bar, the Spanish wines and tapas are excellent and the extraordinary live music will enhance your unique experience.
With a choice of 450 wines from local producers at an affordable price, enjoy a cosy evening in a vibrant environment. In addition to its wines, Wine More Time also boasts a large collection of beers, liquors and souvenirs to bring home. If you’d like, the staff will be happy to prioritise the venue to your convenience for a wine tasting or a meeting with wine producers.
You will certainly feel like you are in a cocoon in this charming and cosy wine bar right in the heart of the old town. Hélène, the owner, is like a caring host who always makes sure that her guests are comfortable and have the best experience in this outstanding and well-decorated venue. Don’t hesitate to ask her if you’re not sure about which wine to choose, she will be happy to help you make your choice.
Aux Quatre Coins du Vin is a great spot if you would like to discover some of the best regional and international wines. Located nearby the highly praised Place du Parlement, you will definitely have a great time in this very welcoming place that knows how to mix unknown and prestigious wines. It’s definitely one of the best wine bars in Bordeaux!
On the corner of the Place Fernand Lafargue (one of the best places in town to hang out) stands L’Oenolimit. You will enjoy this place for its arty decor, its excellent wine and its friendly staff, always willing to help you pick the best option. So don’t hesitate if you’d like to visit one of the most popular areas in town for the evening!
Another cool place in the Chartrons (which is one of the most beloved local neighbourhoods in Bordeaux), La Conserverie-Converserie is a fantastic spot to visit with your friends and family while tasting some local wines – but also, wines from Croatia, Portugal, Argentina, Italy and California. You surely need to discover this hidden gem as soon as you arrive in Bordeaux.
Located near the Place Saint-Pierre, this wine bar definitely impresses thanks to the renowned expertise of its staff and the large palette of high-quality wines. Perfectly suitable for big groups or to organise a seminar if you are on a business trip, Le Wine Bar is a must while staying in Bordeaux.
Situated right in the heart of Chartrons, Le Verre Ô Vin is hugely appreciated by locals, especially students. Located in a stone-shaped venue where people like to dance, the ambiance here is warm and friendly. You should definitively try their cheese and original tapas to go along with your local wine.
Although some locals would prefer the intimacy of smaller wine venues, La Cité du Vin is a unique venue in the Bacalan neighbourhood that you should visit while in Bordeaux. Devoted to wine tastings and cultural events around wine, this impressive and futuristic building (it is the world’s largest wine museum) is to wine lovers what Disneyland is to kids.