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    Wine Bars in Bangkok

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    Amongst the hustle of Bangkok, you’ll find wine bars with house-own cellars steeped in history and tradition. Whether you prefer organic, biodynamic, sustainable or something more old world, Bangkok has a diverse selection. These can be enjoyed for any occasion, as fine wines go hand in hand with delicious meals and good conversation. Each wine bar has a wine list and delivery options that outnumbers, outperforms and outweighs the food menu.


    Scarlett Wine Bar & Restaurant
    The Michelin-recommended Scarlett is a chic French restaurant and rooftop bar that has won numerous awards. Located on the 37th floor of Pullman Bangkok Hotel G, it offers stunning city views in a spacious yet intimate venue. Its bistro-style menu features a range of gourmet and French dishes. Some stand-outs include the Bolognaise Fettuccini (250 THB) with braised beef, tomato sauce and house-made fettuccini. In addition, the Grilled Tasmanian Salmon (540-620 THB), is perfect to pair with a full-bodied white wine. They use only the best ingredients and produce – for example, their cold cuts and cheese that they import from France, Italy and elsewhere. However, the star of the show here is the wine list with over 150 brands. All of these are available by the glass or bottle at rates that are hard to top in Bangkok. Their delivery menu, in particular features a selection of around 29 red and white wines, sparkling and champagne as well as Rose. The Château Gloria (5,030 Baht), with notes of liquorice and vanilla, melts in your mouth and is exceptionally silky; or choose a classic like the Domaine Vacheron Sancerre Blanc (2,035 THB) for a crisp and refreshing sip. Alternatively, soft drinks, iced coffee and a creative cocktail menu are available too.
    • Delivery: contact them on LineMan or call 096 860 7990.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:00 – 19:00.
    • Address: 188 Si Lom, Khwaeng Suriya Wong, Bang Rak, Bangkok

    The Melting Clock
    The Melting Clock is a Italian restaurant located in the centre of Sukhumvit. It serves a wide range of authentic Italian cuisine, along with an extensive wine list with over 300 labels. We recommend the Italian wine, Titolo, a dark, intense and complex ruby red to compliment their juicy steak. Moreover, their Seabass (590 Baht) cooked with cherry tomatoes, pairs well with a acidic, bright white wine like their Pinot Gris. For those who prefer other liquor, head to their bar which specialises in whiskeys and cocktails. The eatery itself has a cosy aura, due in part to its dim lighting. Furthermore, it’s interior, inspired by Salvador Dali, is unique with modern artwork and murals decorating the walls. The staff are also attentive and the wine and food are superb; with all this in mind, this wine bar sets a comfortable tone ideal for dinner with friends and family.
    • Delivery: Food delivery is available on Foodpanda and GrabFood.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:00 – 21:00.
    • Address: 8, 1 Soi Sukhumvit 61, Nua, Watthana, Bangkok

    Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar
    If you’re a wine connoisseur, you might already be familiar with Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar. Here, a dynamic collection of wines is available “on tap” for enthusiasts and beginners to sample. Their wine list is extensive, featuring a curated list of red, whites, sparkling, champagne and dessert wines. These come from various different countries, such as Germany, France and Spain to the US, Australia and New Zealand. All wines are reasonably priced and come in 3 sizes: a full 150ml glass, or a 75ml and 30ml taster portion. They even have a wine of the month; at present, it is the 2009, Chateau La Dominique. This red wine is concentrated, savoury and classic, with hints of ripe fruit and subtle smoky notes. Or instead, opt for the popular, Hungarian Disznókő Tokaji Aszu 5 Puttonyos (590 THB | 100ml) dessert wine, for a sweet treat. Finally, to compliment your glass, choose the cold cut platter (790 THB) or oyster pairings.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 10:00 – 00:00.
    • Address: 2nd Floor, Gaysorn Village, Bangkok.

    La Casa Nostra
    La Casa Nostra, which translates to “our house” in Italian, effortlessly combines Italian cuisine with wine. The interior is reminiscent of a country house in Tuscany, with rustic wood tables and both indoor and outdoor seating. Moreover, their wine cellar is well-stocked, boasting a comprehensive menu of wines from Italy, France, Australia and Japan. Some note-worthy wines are the First Drop The Cream Shiraz (3190 THB | Bottle) or the Grace Chardonnay Yamanashi-Ken (1840 THB | Bottle), a smooth and citrusy choice. Finally, for those interested, try one of the Cuban Cigars with your drink. To eat, they have both a la carte or tasting menus (from 390 – 690 THB per person) to choose from. All meals employ “both ancestral and modern techniques and the quality of ingredients always takes centre stage”. The Filetto di Pepe (269 THB), fillet steak cooked in a creamy madagascan peppercorn sauce, tastes just as good as it sounds. Takeaways are available to order directly from their website.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:30 – 00:00.
    • Address: 22 Soi Sathon 1, Thung Maha Mek, Sathon, Bangkok

    Wine Connection
    Wine Connection is a popular chain of wine shops and wine-themed eateries. Founded in 1998, it now has multiple outlets across Bangkok, each serving wine to tables at retail prices. Diners at their Sukhumvit branch can order salads, paella, pastas and pizzas, to name a few. In addition, their wine list is exclusive and broad with both New and Old World wines. Prices range from 499 to 2,200 THB with wines of a multitude of colours and aromas. The Fat Bastard, Pinot Noir (690 THB), Gabriel Meffre, Cotes du Rhone (690 THB) and Paua Bay, Sauvignon Blanc (850 THB) are among the favourites here. Match these with the Mixed Platter (750 THB), served with a selection of imported cheese and cold cuts, as well as mixed nuts, dried fruits, fig jam and more.
    • Delivery: Order via Foodpanda or directly on their website for deliveries.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 10:30 – 21:00.
    • Address: 41 locations in Bangkok. Sukhumvit Soi 47, Bangkok

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    Wine Bars in Bangkok offering rich and quality Wine

    It’s wine o’clock! Whether you’re all about fruity reds, sweet whites, or funky naturals, Bangkok has many great spots to sip your favourite varieties. But with an array of options to choose from, and the constant rise and fall of existing places, landing the perfect wine bar in Bangkok can prove a challenge. But worry not; below, we’ve compiled the best wine bars in Bangkok. All offering more than just high-quality pours, but also amazing atmosphere, moody lighting, and knowledgeable bartenders.
    Maison de Vin Wine Bar in Bangkok

    Mod Kaew Wine Bar
    Looking for a space intimate enough for you to spill your latest secrets, but one which has a good atmosphere? Head to Mod Kaew Wine Bar, the newest addition to the wine bar scene of Bangkok. With a touch of red neon, an enormous Pablo Picasso portrait, and rows and rows of natural wine lining the walls, the gem in the heart of Bangkok exudes a homey and cool vibes. You can browse the bottles yourself or ask Pyne – one of the men behind the wine bar and an ex-sommelier of Gaggan – for some recommendations. And don’t forget to pair your wine of choice with a delicious dish from their creative food menu. Whether it’s your first time trying natural work or you’re an aficionado, Mod Kaew Wine Bar promises a relaxed and fun wine-fueled time.
    • Opening Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 16:30 – 00:00
    • Address: 1041, 20 1041/20 Soi Nai Loet, Khwaeng Lumphini, Pathum Wan, Bangkok 10330​

    Maison Du Vin
    There’s probably nothing more romantic than the thought of enjoying a glass of wine in a dimly lit bar in Paris. And when there isn’t enough time to hop on a plane and dash to the French capital for a sip, there’s Maison du Vin, an intimate wine bar in Bangkok. As soon as you walk in, you’ll be welcomed by French cave a’ vins and moody lighting. From the classics to lesser known goodness, their extensive and distinctive wine list is surprisingly not as expensive as you might expect. Moreover, they offer a selection of cuisines to go with your wine. Plus, the friendly staff and award-winning sommelier are ready to advise you with the best recommendations.
    • Opening Hours: Daily, 11:00 – 22:00
    • Address: Mahanakhon CUBE, G Floor, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500​

    Opus Wine Bar
    Opus Wine Bar is a must-visit for lovers of Italian wines and stylish places to perch. The cosy feels are strong inside the house-turned-eatery, with its glass-fronted facade and leather seats. The star of the show is the state-of-the-art walk-in wine cellars, which ensures that each bottle of over 400 Italian wines is perfectly maintained at the correct humidity and temperature. And that’s not all. They also offer delicious traditional Italian cuisine designed to pair well with the curated list.
    • Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 18:00 – 00:00
    • Address: ​​64 Pan Rd, Silom, Bang Rak, Bangkok 10500​

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