Wine Bars in Glasgow
Fancy a cheeky Sancerre? Our perhaps you've more of a penchant for Pinot? Whatever your grape of choice, Glasgow has some great wine bars, in which to enjoy a tipple. From bustling restaurant bars with a dedication to vino, to cosy wine bars with a stylish setting; if you're looking for an extensive selection, staff who know their stuff, and just good wines served in great surroundings, then perhaps these Glasgow wine bars will take your fancy.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
The wine list at Bar Gandolfi is lovingly chosen by the folks in their wine club each month. Not only does that make it tried, tested and guaranteed delicious but it also shows that when it comes to wine, Bar Gandolfi take their customers seriously. A stylish informal space, and a great place to drink wine in Glasgow.
29 Private Members Club loves champagne so much, they even named their Moet and Chandon rooftop terrace after the stuff. But even when it comes to the non-bubbled variety, the folks at this place, know their stuff about wines. Whether you're a connoisseur or a recent convert, 29 Members Club will have something for your palette.
A Merchant city wine bar perched on the corner of Candleriggs, Boudoir is, as the name suggests, a seductive venue. Ideal for a lovers sharing a bottle or simply those in for a glass after dinner, Boudoir sells an ample selection of wines by the bottle and the glass. With tasty antipasti snacks too, you can wile away a dreamy evening here without ever needing to leave.
As the self-titled only true wine and Champagne-dedicated venue in Glasgow, Vroni's is seriously dedicated to the grape. A classic wine bar, with a genteel crowd, if you're looking for a dapper drinking ground Vroni's is home to one of the most sophisticated nights out in Glasgow.
A restaurant bar with a monthly wine club, the Ubiquitous Chip puts a lot of thought into their wine list. With an ample selection of reds, whites and bubbles available by both the bottle and the glass, this West End restaurant bar has something for even the most discerning grape guru. The Chip even offers self-education in the form of its wine flights - similar to a beer paddle - you can try three contrasting wines chosen by the in house sommelier team. Cheers!