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50 Wine Bars in Melbourne

Discover Melbourne’s wine bars

As the cultural and food capital of Australia, Melbourne is known for its live music, fashion and restaurant scenes respectively. This thriving city attracts people from all over the world, keen to sample some of the best restaurants, cafes and bars in the country. And when it comes to bars, some of the best are of course the opulent Melbourne wine bars that showcase some of the best local, regional and international wines in the world. When it comes to selecting which wine bar Melbourne to visit, there are plenty of great venues to choose from, ranging from cosy and intimate, to glamorous places that are ideal for parties and events. Maybe you want somewhere relaxed and friendly for lunch or perhaps you're looking for a trendy nightspot? Whatever your preferences, it's worth reserving your table at Melbourne’s wine bars with Quandoo.

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Rupert on Rupert

Collingwood
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5.3/6167
Rupert on Rupert

Malvernvale Hotel

Malvern
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5.0/659
Malvernvale Hotel

Party World Karaoke and Bar

Melbourne CBD
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3.1/617
Party World Karaoke and Bar
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Knox Tavern

Wantirna South
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5.9/67
Knox Tavern

Many Hands Winery

Coldstream
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5.7/618
Many Hands Winery

Red Hummingbird Rooftop Bar

Melbourne CBD
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5.5/611
Red Hummingbird Rooftop Bar

The Irish Times

Melbourne CBD
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4.9/614
The Irish Times

The Fifth Province

St Kilda
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5.1/617
The Fifth Province

The Limerick Arms Hotel

South Melbourne
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5.5/612
The Limerick Arms Hotel

Biff Tannin's

Brunswick
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6.0/61
Biff Tannin's

AbsinthiA Absinthe Bar

Fitzroy
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6.0/61
AbsinthiA Absinthe Bar

Shifty's - Fitzroy

Fitzroy
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5.5/64
Shifty's - Fitzroy

Squisito Wine Bar

Canterbury
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6.0/62
Squisito Wine Bar

Railway Hotel

Fitzroy North
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5.5/62
Railway Hotel
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Mrs. Hopper

St Kilda
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6.0/61
Mrs. Hopper

Vamos

Melbourne CBD
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5.0/69
Vamos
New

Steels Gate Wines, Cellar Door & Restaurant

Dixons Creek
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6.0/61
Steels Gate Wines, Cellar Door & Restaurant

Tallboy and Moose

Preston
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5.7/63
Tallboy and Moose

Concrete Boots Bar

Richmond
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5.0/63
Concrete Boots Bar

The Bank Brunswick

Brunswick
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5.0/61
The Bank Brunswick
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    The many faces of Melbourne’s wine bars

    How do you define great Melbourne wine bars? Maybe you want an extensive drinks list featuring fine vintage wines from some of the world's most prestigious vineyards? Or perhaps exciting menus influenced by cuisines from around the world with stylish interiors are on your checklist? There are so many exceptional wine bars in Melbourne and these inviting places can be found throughout the CBD, south along the beachfront in St. Kilda down to Brighton, or north in Fitzroy, Richmond and Northcote, and everywhere in between. Take a look on Quandoo and you'll discover places with rooftop gardens and outdoor terraces alongside underground cellars, bars within hotels and more formal bars in restaurants. Some are perfect for casual lunch dates while others are more casual with live bands and DJs.
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    Factor one of Melbourne's wine bars into your day

    There's so much to see and do in the city and Melbourne wine bars are the ideal choice for lunch before heading to the beach at St. Kilda or taking a walk around the Sea Life Aquarium. Many combine airy interiors and stylish decor with menus and drinks lists that wouldn't be out of place in cities like New York, Paris or London. You'll also find the finest French vintages alongside some of the best Australian reds and whites in wine bars in Melbourne's CBD. Whether you’re new to the wine scene, or a seasoned expert, the talented sommeliers will be able to guide you to the perfect drop.
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    Stop for lunch at welcoming wine bars in Melbourne

    Many wine bars in Melbourne are open from around midday until late making them an inspired option for lunch, an afternoon tipple or for a long evening with friends. One of the trendiest places in Melbourne is Fitzroy North. This bustling suburb is a hotspot for fashion and food, so it’s no surprise some of Melbourne’s best wine bars are found here. Pop into Neighbourhood Wine on Reid Street for an exceptional meal and perfectly matched glass of wine that the expert sommeliers on hand can assist you with. No matter where you find yourself, you’ll be able to find a wine bar in Melbourne for any occasion.
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    A bird's eye view of Melbourne close to wine bars that you'll love

    The Star Observation wheel in Docklands is one of the city's biggest attractions. One of just four in the world, it's the only giant wheel in the Southern Hemisphere and you'll love the spectacular views of the city, the Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay. It's a real thrill by day or night and, since it's close to many of the best wine bars in Melbourne, you can begin or end your outing in style. Alternatively, visit the city's tallest tower observation deck. Head up to the 88th floor of the Eureka Tower for superb views before retiring to one of Melbourne's stylish wine bars to watch the sun over a glass of your favourite drop.
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    Melbourne wine bars: a dazzling after hours treat

    As night falls, locals and visitors flock to Melbourne's vibrant wine bars. Many of the most popular are in the CBD, St. Kilda, Docklands and northern suburbs, and many have terraces and rooftops perfect for enjoying the Melbourne evenings. Once the sun slips below the horizon, these happening places feature live bands, pianists or DJs. Traditional wine bars in Melbourne appeal to sophisticated diners who want classic dishes served in opulent settings. You can sample delicious Australian oysters, calamari and local barramundi paired alongside a crisp pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc. Or perhaps opt for flavours from the Orient, Europe or the Mediterranean alongside a French brut, Italian chianti or a bottle of vintage Champagne. Whichever tickles your fancy, the wine bar trend taking Melbourne by storm is only getting better, so do yourself a favour and browse Quandoo to experience some of the city’s best wines in the best locations.