Whether you're looking for a classy venue for after work drinks, or just like a good wine, there are plenty of wine bars around Adelaide that are just right for the occasion. We've decided to try and find Adelaide's best wine bar. It could come down to a varied wine list, a great menu to complement the drinks, or just somewhere with great atmosphere. If you think you know a good one, then make sure you tell us all about it.
At the Wine Underground you've got two levels to choose from. The Wine Lounge Bistro is great for dining; grab a meal and enjoy the impressive wine collection that goes along better. They offer a lunch, dinner, and tasting menu, and wines from Australia and New Zealand, as well as all over the world. Downstairs is the Cellar Wine Bar, which is perfect when you're after a glass of vino without the meal. Catch up here for an after work drink. They also have a beer and cider list if there are any in your party who aren't partial to a glass of wine.
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On King William Road you can try The Pot Food & Wine. While their wine list doesn't rival some of the more extensive ones around town, there is a nice laid back vibe that suits a glass of wine. The food here is made to complement a good bottle. You can choose from tasting or cheese platters, as well as the regular main meals, for a great accompaniment to whatever you choose to drink.
You can see a selection of the wines available at the Apothecary online, but even this isn't their full variety. The claim to have new wines available every week, so head here if you're looking to try something different. Stay local, or try something from the vines of Italy, France, or Spain. There will always be an interesting one for you to try. The bar captures the feel of worlds of old, and is a unique place to enjoy a nice glass of wine.
So let us know which Adelaide wine bars you choose to frequent, and why you think they should be top of the list. Do you know somewhere that stocks unique and interesting wines from around the world? Or somewhere that specialises in showcasing local wines from South Australia's best wine regions. Join the discussion in the comments to let us know where you think we'll find Adelaide's best wine bar.
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