Perth's 10 Best Wine Bars
Andaluz Bar and Tapas, CBD
What do you get when Spain collides with Australia? A list of mostly Spanish wines, plus tapas with a contemporary twist in a sleek, historic setting.
Best for Wooing a corporate client.
Bad Apples Bar, Ardross
Wine-tasting machines allow you to swap your credit card for a tasting card and go nuts. Worry about the bill later.
Best for The indecisive among us.
It’s small plates of authentic Spanish fare and a mostly Iberian wine list at Perth’s original tapas bar.
Best for Kickstarting the night.
A tiny, unpretentious, tucked-away gem showcasing local artwork, seasonal produce, and constantly rotating, unusual wines scribbled on a chalkboard.
Best for Impressing a first date.
Lalla Rookh Wine Store, CBD
Weird and wonderful small batch, mostly ‘natural’ wines, down-to-earth staff, and Italian comfort food.
Best for After-work drinks.
Must Winebar, Highgate
Hard-to-find wines from around the world. Buy a bottle to take home or have it delivered to your door.
Best for Date night.
The Precinct, East Victoria Park
A small but perfectly formed list comprises wines from small-scale, über-cool producers. Excellent by-the-glass options.
Best for Weeknight tipple.
Print Hall Bar, CBD
One of the best wines lists in all of Australia, from ancient icons to the hottest new producers. Ask for recommendations and get adventurous.
Best for Impressing a visitor.
Steves Fine Wine and Food, Nedlands
A mammoth cellar stocked with gems, wine-friendly European bistro food, tasting machines, and a plethora of wine events.
Best for Unleashing your inner wine geek.
The Wine Store + Kitchen, East Fremantle
This cosy-yet-classy local watering hole serves up mostly artisan wines with shared plates of Argentine-inspired goodness.
Best for Chillaxing with friends.