This trendy wine bar is run by two wine connoisseurs who are serious about flavour when it comes to wine. Serving wine from the many German wine regions, this bar prides itself on keeping it local. The bar also serves a small menu that reflects this attitude, with only the freshest seasonal vegetables on the menu and locally sourced, good quality meat. If you haven’t tried German wine before this is the place to start, as the waiters are incredibly knowledgeable and friendly.
For a taste of France in a cosy and intimate environment, make sure you visit Déjà Bu. Specialising in gorgeous wine from the wine regions of France, Déjà Bu are bringing the atmosphere of little French bistro right to the heart of Munich. The menu is well curated and complimented well by the wine selection. This is a perfect spot for an intimate dinner.
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On your European wine journey around Munich head to Sarfati next, serving a wide range of delicious, full-bodied Italian wines. Featuring their own shop selling wines and other Italian treats, Safarti is a spot you cannot miss. The bar also serves traditional Italian apperitivo to compliment the flavours of the wine. The interiors are chic interiors are luxuriously stylish and beautifully Milanese.
First established in 1641, Weinhaus Neuner is Munich’s oldest wine establishment and remains one of the most popular in the city. The restaurant here serves incredible traditional Bavarian dishes, with fresh modern flavours. The carved wood interiors are reminiscent of long gone years and create a magical atmosphere.
Located in the trendy neighborhood of Schwabing, Backerl is a relaxed, unpretentious café and bar, and is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine in the early afternoon. The light menu and large wine selection make this the perfect place to watch day turn to night with a glass of wine in your hand.
For more on where to drink and dine in Munich, visit our Destinations page.