Le Virtu’s menu is one long, extended nod to the Italian region of Arbuzzo, and the wine selection follows suit. The expansive list is divided by areas with a price point for whatever amount you’re looking to spend, plus a knowledgeable staff is there for when you realize you have no idea what any of the regions of Arbuzzo actually mean for you and your wine.
Jet Wine Bar is a hideaway on South St, though its extensive wine list will trick your palate into thinking it's anywhere else in the world. Alternating seasonal wine lists bring in the best from France, Italy, Bulgaria, Spain, Chile, Morocco, Georgia... you name it. If you want to up your wine game, opt for one of Jet's laid-back, informative wine tasting classes -- you get to sample five wines and spend a couple of hours learning how to perfect your taste for the good life in the bar's lounge area.
With more than 120 wines on tap and 150 served by the glass, Panorama is one of the largest wine bars in the world. That's not even a facetious exaggeration: the Guinness Book of World Records named it number one when it comes to the largest wine preservation and dispensing system, and the restaurant typically sees a total of 800 unique wines a year. If the numbers intimidate you, ease in with the happy hour a whopping seven days a week, which includes discounted wine flights and Italian appetizers.
With its newest location in Fitler Square, Tria is swiftly becoming a go-to spot for beer lovers and winos alike. At the Walnut St location you can choose from a dozen wines on tap, meaning you’re always getting the freshest seasonal choices with which to enjoy artisanal flatbreads.