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Where to Drink German Wine in Munich

The 7 Best Wine Bars In Munich

Explore any of the 13 different wine regions in Germany and you’ll encounter several varietals of grapes and labels that producers export to countries all around the world. And, while Reisling has been produced in Germany since 1435, if you head to any of the best wine bars in Munich, you’ll be able to sample an array of the country’s other fine wines.

While most of the world knows Munich as home to the famous Oktoberfest, the city is brimming with cosy little bars where you can sip on sumptuous wine while enjoying the delightful architecture that makes this German city unique.

Tired of German beer? Bet you never thought you’d answer yes to that. Even if you’re not and simply want to switch over to something a little lighter and more elegant, there’s something on this list for you. Check out the seven best wine bars in Munich as you unwind on your next trip to Germany.

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1. Déjà bu?

The small but mighty Déjà bu is without a doubt one of the best wine bars in Munich, in terms of quality, style, and overall vibes. The locale itself might be quaint and cosy, but their wine list is impressive, showcasing some of France’s finest wines. They work to source only the very best wines straight from the wineries themselves, so everything tastes of superb quality.

Best Wine Bars in Munich

2. Weinhaus Neuner

Not only is Weinhaus Neuner one of the best wine bars in Munich but it’s also the oldest. Established in 1641, this wine house was once even featured in the famous Michelin Guide for its superb food. Spending the afternoon here is a truly decadent experience that allows you to immerse yourself in both the wine and food culture of Munich.

Munich's Best Wine Bars

3. Grapes Weinbar

Grapes is perhaps one of the trendiest wine bars in Munich, and it’s the best for those looking to enjoy labels they’ve never tasted before. The chefs work tirelessly to prepare dishes that pair perfectly with the wines they offer, which come from all parts of the world – expect to enjoy wines from South Africa to Oregon and back to Germany.

Where to Drink German Wine in Munich

4. Pfälzer Residenz Weinstube

It’s hard to characterise just exactly what’s so enchanting about Pfälzer Residenz Weinstube. Perhaps it’s the fact that they’ve got over 60,000 cases of wine stored down in their cellar. Or, it might be the opulent decor and fine food that they serve. Whatever it is, it’s easy to say that this is one of Munich’s best wine bars and restaurants.

5. Weinwirtshaus zum Schönfärber

Enjoy quiet, relaxing music in a cosy setting at Weinwirtshaus zum Schönfärber, a delightful Munich wine bar serving vintage wines you won’t find anywhere else. The owner’s famous for his incredible wine knowledge, so if you happen to catch him in while you’re there, absolutely ask him for suggestions. He’ll rattle off a list of everything you can’t afford to miss.

6. Hoiz Weinbistro

If a delectable food and wine pairing are what you’re after then you can’t go wrong with a visit to Hoiz Weinbistro. This bistro knows how to perfectly pair their dishes with the wine they serve, and they certainly know how to spice things up. Their menu changes daily, meaning you can visit every day of the week to sample new dishes with any one of their open wines, which feature heavily German and French fare.

7. Pure Wine & Food

To truly take a tour of Germany’s various different wine regions, spend the afternoon sampling different labels at Pure Wine & Food. The wine list here is expansive and extends to include German wines as well as other quality European wines. If you find yourself with the munchies, this bar offers a small yet mighty food menu, perfect for pairing with whatever you’re drinking.

Elizabeth Thorn
Elizabeth Thorn

Elizabeth has lived and worked in North America, South America, Europe, and Asia, all of which have contributed to her passion for travel writing. When she's not writing, you can find her exploring little hideouts in Colombia or watching photography tutorials on YouTube.

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