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1. CordobarGroße Hamburger Str. 32, Berlin
2. Weinbar RutzChausseestr. 8, Berlin
3. WeinsteinLychener Str. 33, Berlin
4. Vin Aqua VinWeserstraße 204, Berlin
5. Muret la BarbaRosenthaler Str. 61, Berlin
6. Weinbar Al Contadino Sotto le StelleGormannstr. 10, Berlin
7. La KäserieLychener Str. 6, Berlin
8. Paris BarKantstraße 152, Berlin
Opened in mid-2013, this Mitte wine bar serves up quality bites like blood sausage pizza and serve a variety of vino from German and Austrian wine makers.
Rutz is a class act all the way, featuring more than 900 (!) bottles of wine to choose from as well as food cooked up by a Michelin-starred chef. If you really want to get the immersive experience, try their 10-course tasting menu.
This place has the look and feel of Old World Germany with plenty of wooden furnishings and a menu laden with traditional German fare, such as schnitzel and goulash, not to mention a cellar featuring more than 100 bottles of German and Austrian vino.
This wine bar features bistro classics like steaks and beef stew, in addition to their large selection of wines and their own schnapps label, Dry Hazel.
This Mitte drinkery is one of the most popular in Berlin when it comes to grabbing a glass of wine. And it's not surprising considering they have more than 200 different varieties to choose from.
Located in Mitte’s busy Torstraße, this is part of three separate institutions from the Contadinos and is known for its massive wine selection and friendly hospitality.
This cheese shop/wine bar imports more than 50 cheeses, including hard-to-find varieties. And their selection of wines always includes the perfect complement to whatever cheese you choose to chow down on.