Enjoy evenings relaxing on a cozy couch with a glass (or two) of your favorite wine with some perfectly-paired noshes at these great wine bars around metro Phoenix.
Whether you’re a wannabe sommelier or a wine newbie, there’s a wine bar to suit your tastes. Here are 16 options Valley-wide.
5th and Wine
Located in the downtown Scottsdale. Reasonably-priced wines, a menu with burgers, sandwiches, sandwiches and a wonderful range of dishes to share. There is also a child’s menu. On Sundays there brunch is available as well as live music from local artists. Fantastic place for families.
From the West Valley you can stop into Betty’s Nosh in Glendale to get a glass of wine, such as a number Arizona wines, along with a nosh. Enjoy mushrooms? This is the location! Check the calendar for the program of live entertainment and happy hour specials.
Kazimierz World Wine Bar
By Kazimierz World Wine Bar:”comfortably plush sofas & chairs in vineyard colors, stone walls softened by candlelight; wooden wine casks evoke the feel of a European wine cave; subtle lighting; interesting mix of jazz, latin & world beat music at levels that don’t strain conversation!” Recipient of the 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 & 2006 Wine Spectator Award of Excellence as well as the 2003 Wine Spectator Best Of Award of Excellence.
Postino Wine Cafe
Areas in Phoenix, Gilbert and Tempe. The first place in Phoenix started in 2001. Daily prior to 5 p.m. they offer you a vast choice of wines by the glass for $5 (last updated Feb..
2015). Paninis, the cheese and butcher block planks are on the menu to match with your wine.
Terroir Wine Pub
A wine bar that provides 30 continuously rotated wines by the glass together with beers, cheeses, chocolates, and cigars. Biker friendly, dog friendly. Scottsdale.
A fantastic assortment of wine flights from which to choose and, naturally, the meals to go together if you would like.
Check the calendar for social occasions, specials Virtually Every day and
Downtown Chandler. Boutique wines, a complete menu and happy hour with tapas daily.
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If you would like to obtain a bottle of wine, then one of those stores are certain to get what you want. Even though some of them have wine tastings and events, they’re primarily retailers, instead of cafés.
A J’s Fine Foods
In the website:”Every year for the last 18 years AJ’s Fine Foods has brought to you a selection of 50 or more wines retailing under $11.99. This year is no different. All of our Cellar Masters have sampled and rated wines with great taste, structure and value….Wines from South America, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, and California are represented on the list; which includes varieties such as Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Viognier, Muscat, Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Sauvignon Blanc.” A J’s Fine Foods has eleven places in the subway Phoenix/Scolttsdale region.
AZ Wine Co..
Areas in Carefree and Scottsdale. Wine tastings and events. Named among America’s best 50 wine shops by GQ Magazine in April 2004.
Su Vino Winery
Scottsdale. In the website:”Su Vino Winery, Scottsdale, is a family owned and operated winery located in the Arts District of Downtown Scottsdale. Su Vino is an award winning winery with a twist, not only have we won over 36 medals for our wines, but we are the first winery in the Scottsdale area and the first to offer customers the opportunity to have wine made specifically for them and their palate.”
In the website:”. . .we have created a comfortable, affordable and fun way to buy wines, based on flavor and body. We guarantee our wines and stand behind each bottle we sell. Come and experience for yourself at one of our upcoming wine tasting events!” 1 place in Arizona in North Phoenix.
Not Locally Owned, But With Locations In Greater Phoenix
In the website:”Wilfred Wong, our BevMo! Cellarmaster, and one of the most prolific and experienced wine judges in the U.S., describes and rates most of the wines offered in the stores in printed signs posted by their respective bottles, guiding customers in their selection process. He currently tastes over 8,000 wines annually and judges in over a dozen major wine competitions each year.” Eight places in the Valley.
Cost Plus World Market
In the website:”Our buyers travel the world visiting remote villages, centuries-old factories and foreign bazaars searching for unique products to offer our customers. Baskets from Bali, chocolates from Belgium, pottery from Portugal, and wine from around the world.” Seven places in the Valley.
In the website:”For those of you who don’t know us well yet, our initial reason for being in the business of selling wine is we want to offer our customers good wines for a great deal. Whether it’s a very well priced Chard from Australia or a robust red from Chile, we want to be the ones who offer those options at an outstanding value.” Nine locations in the Valley. Trader Joe’s is a grocery shop that’s a favorite of people who are searching for vegetarian, Kosher, organic and other specialty foods.
Total Wine & More
In the website:”We are committed to having the best wine selection with an emphasis on fine wines. This differentiates us from many retailers in the United States who specialize in one geographic area or price category. Our typical store carries more than 8,000 different wines from every wine-producing region in the world.” Phoenix, Tempe, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Glendale, Goodyear.
Whole Foods Market
A massive choice of wines, such as a huge display of locally made Arizona wines. Phoenix, Chandler and Tempe places.