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.
Last updated on 20th June 2017
Headed out on the Manchester tiles and simply gagging for some good grapes? Then it's to Veeno that you must head. Join this authentic wine bar as they promise international bottles alongside a selection of delicious, and authentic spuntini.
Epernay is a Champagne and wine in Manchester serving a range of rare and vintage bottles. If you're looking for somewhere extravagant to go for a celebration, or if you want to know where to get the best bubbly in town, this is your best bet. Just ask the staff for some champagne expertise and you'll leave feeling completely indulged.
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.
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.
One of the most luxurious places to drink wine in Manchester, Grafene isn't just coming at you with award winning bottles and affordable glasses of the good stuff, settle in for a night of fine dining in their contemporary and cool dining space.
A name face on the Manchester wine scene and found in the heart of Chorlton, Palate comes at bottle lovers courtesy of the brains behind The Parlour. Join them for rustic interiors set alongside a myriad of bottles from across and around the world.
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.
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.
Rosylee's bottle offering may not be the biggest in the city, but when it comes to a great place to drink wine in Manchester, they've pretty much got that covered. Join them for a charming roster of bottles alongside a beloved, British and seasonal meal.
Purveyors of fine wine, River Bar and Restaurant is one of the most charming places to catch up on your wine knowledge. Join them for stunning bottles from global regions alongside a selection of light bites. Their terrace? That's also a must.
Montpellier's is a charming restaurant bar with the je ne sais quoi of rustic France. This is the perfect place to unwind after a hard day's work with a glass (or bottle) of wine in tow. Why not stay to watch a football game, or have some dinner with your wine at this relaxing and welcoming Northern Quarter bar.