Best Wine Bars in Manchester

Many of us can't think of a better thing to do after work than sit down with a large glass of quality wine to soothe the stresses of a long day. Luckily, Manchester is the home of many a wine bar so you needn't even have to go home for your vino fix. With bars in the form of restaurants with extensive wine lists to complement your meal, wine merchants, and bars with an impressive wine offering, our list of recommended wine bars in Manchester has got it all covered for you. 

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Offering luxury interiors and a taste of European elegance, this new bar and restaurant at the Free Trade Hall is also offering a carefully selected list of fine wines from around the world. Head down for high end Champagnes and unique bottles, all served alongside a very enticing signature cocktail selection.

One of the most stunning wine bars in Manchester and toting more bottles than most, not only is Salut a bottle shop by trade, head on down for a roster of bar snacks and charcuterie in amongst a romantic space that promises some of the best bottles of wine in the world.

Looking for wine with a Spanish twist? Then you've come to the right place. Not only do Tapeo & Wine know what's up when it comes to regional bottles of the good stuff, hunker down for glasses alongside a classic selection of tapas plates.


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Bakerie Bread and Wine Bar in the Northern Quarter has an extensive wine list with over 70 varieties on offer; you are sure to find the perfect complement to your freshly baked meal. Alongside the main restaurant you'll find a wine store, where you can book yourself and some friends in for a wine tasting or for a tutorial session at the wine school which includes freebies, discounts and a whole load of wine discovery. 

Evuna Deansgate has a little sister restaurant bar in the Northern Quarter with similarly impressive wine offerings. Simply waltz in and enjoy your selection of fine Spanish wine in the bar or take a bottle home with you to sip at your own leisure. Somewhat smaller than the Deansgate Evuna, the Northern Quarter venue is rustic and intimate, making for a perfectly relaxing post-work glass of red.