Napa Valley Wine Train Has a Special Christmas Trip
1. GallizaJavastraat 67, Amsterdam
2. GlouGlouTweede van der Helststraat 3, Amsterdam
3. Bubbles & WinesNes 37, Amsterdam
4. Worst WijncaféBarentszstraat 171, Amsterdam
5. T’s Bites & WineKinkerstraat 53, Amsterdam
6. VynePrinsengracht 411, Amsterdam
7. Wijnbar PaulusCeintuurbaan 348, Amsterdam
8. East57Eerste Ringdijkstraat 2, Amsterdam
9. Wijnbar diVinoBoomstraat 41A, 1015 LB, Amsterdam
10. Blend Coffee & WineOranje-Vrijstaatplein 40, Amsterdam
This Italian wine bar mixes retro and modern elements. Take a glance at the walls covered with black and white photos, while sitting on black metal furniture. 19 different wines are available, which are served by the glass or the bottle.
GlouGlou is dedicated to selling wine from France, Italy, and Spain with no sulfites or other additives. They pour out the good stuff at a good price. Wines start at €4.80/glass.
This place is a staple of the Amsterdam wine scene. A classy institution that offers 50 wines by the glass, Bubbles & Wines uses an advanced Enomatic system to store its plentiful collection.
This Western Islands spot is known for its delicious meat dishes and its wine brunch, wherein your chef will prepare (actually kinda healthy) international brunch dishes like German muesli, huevos rancheros, and buckwheat crepes right in front of you. You can also nab some Bloody Marys and even apple cider.
This wine bar is decorated with a modern minimalist style. But, its menu is certainly not minimal as it features almost 40 by-the-glass wine options plus snacks and small dishes.
One of Amsterdam's most popular wine bars, this places serves up 75+ wines by the glass. The food menu is small. But, with wine so abundant who needs to eat?
This stylish wine enclave serves up 15 wines by the glass. Other specialty wines can be purchased by the bottle including an interesting Champagne-style sparkling wine from Luxembourg.
This place serves up 25+ wines by the glass. They even have an adjacent hotel bar for your unsophisticated friends that serves up beer and cocktails. Try the Cinsault rosé from the Languedoc region.
Destination: Italy, right in the middle of Amsterdam. Drink Italian wines the proper way, with food, which will help you hold your liquor anyways.