Wine Bars in Brighton
Ah wine, the water of life. One of the globe's most sought after late night refreshments, wine has been around since the very dawn of time and doesn't seem to be leaving Brighton in a hurry. From schmooze-worthy wine retreats and plush drinking palaces to bars where wine tastings come as standard, there's plenty of grape-based fun to be had in Brighton. Check out our recommendations for some of the best wine bars in Brighton and drink a sprightly selection of grape tipples by the seaside.
Last updated on 17th October 2017
All Bar One might be a name famous for its cocktails, but the Brighton venue, based just off of North Street, offers its guests an alluring list of white, pink and red wines. With a 'Wine of the Moment' feature on their menu - where they select a particular variety of wine and highlight the versatility of the flavours - this wine bar in Brighton definitely has something beyond the ordinary.
Breeze Brasserie is an elegant restaurant based in the heart of the city. Serving breakfast, dinner and everything in between, the venue has an impressive wine list that features bottles from some of the world's most renowned vineyards. From full-bodied South African Pinotage to a French Chablis, drinking fine wine in Brighton has never been so easy.
Looking for a French restaurant in Brighton? There's surely no doubting that Plateau comes up trumps when it comes to the grape-based goodies and wine from across the globe. From wines that have been hand picked to match their sumptuous selection of Parisian style dishes, to a unique and bespoke selection of bottles, Plateau offers everything yo need for a romantic night out with that someone special.
This restaurant and wine bar in the South Lanes is the perfect spot for a date night or catch up with old friends. Split into the wine bar itself and the dining area, you can choose between a couple of glasses of white of an evening, or a full bottle of red and a three-course meal off Carte Blanche's French-Asian fusion menu.
One of Brighton's most well known grape based retreats, there's hardly a dry bottle in sight at Ten Green Bottles, a fresh and contemporary evening destination just shy of the North Laine. From weekly wine sessions and tastings to a plethora of bar staff than can wow your noggin with their wine based knowledge, Ten Green Bottles boast some of the most unique flavours and one of the best selections of wine in town.
A hotel lounge bar for the pronounced of Brighton and those looking to lavish a loved on a little Champagne afternoon tea, Victoria Lounge at The Grand boasts a more extensive wine menu than you might at first suspect. From worldly wine wonders that will intrigue and firm Pinot Grigio favourites to bespoke bottles of wine for those with more than a little cash to splash, Victoria Lounge is a decadent wine lovers den.
Fourth & Church is a bistro cafe and food shop that serves mouth-watering dishes, coupled with exquisite wines. Highlight locally sourced ingredients, each dish served here burst with flavour and taste. However, it's the endless collection of both old and new world wines that have caught our eye. Whether you prefer an earthy red or a crisp white wine, this Brighton wine bar will definitely be able to accommodate.
They may be a renowned late night lounge for cocktails in the heart of Brighton, but Koba are fronting a pretty sweet selection of wines for the more grape inclined. Boasting a pocket-friendly selection of bottles from white and sparkling to rosé, Koba can crack out the cork pull and introduce you to a charming selection of wines for every sort of palate, fancy or fruity alike.
A broody late night haunt for those with a penchant for the finer wines in life, La Maison is a bar in Brighton known for its sauntering clientele and lounging couples. From sparkling numbers and a ravishing selection of red wines and whites that will have you blissfully sipping, it's not the cheapest bar in Brighton, but with such international bottles to behold, you're certainly paying for quality.