Wine Bars in Birmingham
Drinkers of the grape variety aren't hard pushed in Birmingham for relaxed and sophisticated wine bars. With everything from exclusive tasting sessions and scenic enviroments, to contemporary restaurant bars and international tipples, settling down to a cold (or warm) glass of vino in one of these stylish bars is a welcome escape. Check out our list of recommended wine bars in Birmingham.
Last updated on 22nd June 2016
How’d you fancy exploring the stunning wine bars of Venice without travelling further than Coventry? Meet Bottega, the Prosecco bar that promises an Italian experience where an endless stream of prosecco and wine is assured. Pull up a stool at the lavish bar area and indulge in some Italian decadence, there’s cocktails and fresh pasta on the menu, too.
So shiny you could do your make-up in it, Alvar Bar in Hotel LaTour has a granite topped bar the envy of all the other bars in town. Adding to their contemporary flair and extensive cocktail and wine list, Alvar Bar is a stylish location to take in the city around you. Popular for after work drinks in Birmingham, Alvar has a years worth of sleek in just one small glass of wine.
A wholly unique venture for and wine lover in Birmingham, Loki Wine aims to educate your palette and tickle your taste buds with their awe inspiring global selection of bottles. While downstairs you can partake in taste and purchase the bottles that take your fancy, upstairs is a classy lounge dedicated to chilled out drinking and Birmingham's best selection in wine.
Connoisseur's of the bottled graped goods, Bar Epernay offers a luxurious drinking experience overlooking the finery of one of Birmingham's busiest entertainment complexes. Located in amongst the bars of Mailbox, Bar Epernay dazzles in modern decor and British charm. Head down to their Fizz Day Fridays to sample a bottle of Champagne or try a whole new bottle of white.
Known for their buzzing evening atmosphere and tasty bottles, All Bar One in Brindleyplace is a hot-spot for after work drinks in Birmingham. Expanding out to the furthest reaches of the globe, All Bar One keep their wine list global and varied. Another great bar for wine on the banks of Birmingham's charming canals. .
A tapas come wine bar, Gino makes for a cosmopolitan night out in the Jewellery Quarter. Whether you choose to perch yourself in the lounge bar or sit down for a bite to eat in the dining room, Gino will have the wine to suit. Ideal for after work drinks or dinner dates in Birmingham during the week, Gino hold some suave DJ nights come the weekend as well!
Perched over St Pauls Square in the scenic Jewellery Quarter, The Rectory is a great restaurant bar in Birmingham to try a glass of wine of three. Stylish, rich and romantic, the decor in this bar is laden in mahogany charms and texture. Settle down at one of their high stooled tables and take in the lush green pastures of the historic square outside.
Tucked away inside Birmingham's premium Hotel Du Vin, The Bubble Lounge just to the left of the entrance is a homage for Birmingham's professional clientele. With an eye goggling wine list and stock kept downstairs in the Hotel's traditional wine cellar, you'll be set for luxurious drinks in this decorative and educated bar.
Utopia: The Country Bar in Birmingham City Centre is the ideal spot for relaxing drinks and with their extensive wine menu you will be spoilt for choice. If you prefer your wine with a bit of sparkle, Utopia: The Country Bar have got you covered. One of the few bars in Birmingham hopping on the hotdogs and champagne train, you can enjoy a tasty hotdog and a glass of the good stuff for just £8.25 with their 'Fizz Dogs'.