Brisbane's Best Wine Bars

Brisbane's wine bars serve an eclectic blend of wines to suit every palette. From a minimalist CBD loft to a cellar beneath an historic mill and Brisbane's first inner city winery, here are some of the best wine bars in town.

Maeve Wine Bar

Maeve Wine Bar

Take the side staircase to the upper floor of this heritage-listed bank to find a charming art deco wine bar that also dishes up some fabulous foodie fare... more

Silver Fox

Occupying the ground level of a stunning high-ceilinged heritage warehouse is this chic wine bar, on the edge of the City Botanic Gardens...more

City Winery

City Winery Brisbane

Brisbane’s first urban winery since 1860, City Winery is micro-winery, wine bar and restaurant all under the one roof in a funky inner city street.. more

Mr Chester Wine Bar

Not just a great source of rotating boutique wines, hand-picked by the in-house sommelier, this Valley bar also serves top notch bar food...more


Accessed by a secret doorway next door to a strip club, this ambient CBD loft features a 'wine wall' of one hundred wine bottles and a menu of French inspired food perfectly paired with each wine...more

Baedeker Wine Bar

Be prepared to step into another century at Baedeker Wine Bar, which can be found in a cellar beneath a heritage-listed mill, with a range of unusual international wines on offer...more

La Lune Wine Co

Fish Lane's secret wine bar boasts a wine list of 120 carefully selected wines from across the globe, with top notch cheese and charcuterie individually selected to match each of the wines...more

Coppa Spuntino

Enjoy a wine with lunch or dinner at this stylish Italian spuntino and wine bar in Brisbane's CBD, where authentic wood-fired pizzettas and charcuterie accompany the diverse range of wines...more

Grape Therapy Wine Merchants

This secret basement Dean Martin-inspired bar is the place to get acquainted with a wide range of wines from around the world, paired nicely with cheese platters and charcuterie boards...more

Proud Henry Wine Bar & Ginoteca

This art deco wine and gin bar is a cosy candle lit spot for a tipple. For something classy, try their "Bubbles and Brie" selection (two glasses of bubbles matched with two different varieties of Brie)...more

Brew Wine Bar

Head down to Lower Burnett Lane to sample a Spanish wine and accompanying tapas at Brew, Brisbane's original laneway bar which is set underground in an old loading dock...more

Cru Bar & Cellar

Cru Bar has a pleasant outdoor deck or stylish interior from which to sip a glass of bubbly. This award-winning venue is a wine bar, cellar, restaurant and function room all under one roof...more

Snack Man

Snack Man

Don't be fooled by the name, this slick sunken bar is for serious wine-drinkers ith a fantastic curated selection accompanied by Asian eats..more

C'est Bon Wine Bar

C'est Bon

Nestled next to the restaurant of the same name in an historic building is this chic little French wine bar and eatery like a slice of France...more

ARC Dining & Wine Bar

ARC Dining & Wine Bar

Brisbane's only over water wine bar is part of the buzzy Howard Smith Wharves precinct and comes with a glasshouse restaurant attached..more

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