Best places for outdoor wining in Germany 2021

From Berlin to Munich, through Hamburg to the beautiful Mosel valley. Here is the guide to the best places in Germany when you want to enjoy some good wine outdoors, all selected by Star Wine List's ambassador Manu Rosier.

  1. Phone: +49 30 29778590

    Address: Warschauer Straße 39, Berlin

    Short Wine List of the Year Germany 2021

    Michelberger Restaurant is located in Michelberger Hotel, located on the very busy Warschauer Straße – two minutes away from East Side Gallery, where you can admire the few metres left of the infamous Berlin Wall. The kitchen team focuses on serving food from the neighbouring states of Berlin – Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern – in a very organic and modern way. What is also great is that they have their own farm. The restaurant itself is very minimalist, well lit and overlooking Warschauer Straße.

  2. Phone: +49 6532 93820

    Address: Kurfürstenstraße 76, Zeltingen-Rachtig

    By the Glass Wine List of the Year Germany 2021

    Zeltinger Hof is located in the middle of Zeltingen-Rachtig close to Mosel River, surrounded by vineyards. The area is known as a playground for wine lovers. The restaurant Zeltinger Hof is located in the hotel with the same name. The hotel has been welcoming guests since the 1970s; before then there was a butchery in the building. The kitchen offers country-style cuisine and seasonal dishes from the Mosel region with a modern twist.

  3. Phone: +49 234 97645666

    Address: Alte Hattinger Straße 31, Bochum

    Short Wine List of the Year Germany 2021

    Zum Grünen Gaul is a lovely, cosy and rustic wine bar located in the heart of Bochum in the “Ruhrgebiet”, created by Five and Franz Ferdinand - the owners of the Livingroom. Zum Grünen Gaul means "The Green Horse” and the interior is modern and chic, but still not too ostentatious. The dark colors and the dimmed light create a cosy atmosphere. The food served in the bar is local, organic German dishes in a bar format – what we love to call German soul food!

  4. Phone: +49 9565 9393151

    Address: Hohenstein 1, Ahorn

    Schloss Hohenstein is located in the Coburg region in Franken and is known as the "Jewel in Franken". In 2020, the chateau was reopened under new management by the gastro couple Alexandra and Andreas Rehberger. Their commitment is honest and straightforward: respect for people, animals and nature, with passion for quality and detail. The regional food menu is created by Andreas, who is an Austrian Michelin Star Chef (ex Chef de Cuisine for Paco Perez in Hotel Stue in Berlin). All produce is fresh from South Germany and Austria.

  5. Phone: +49 6723 640

    Address: Rheinallee, Eltville am Rhein

    Grand Prix Germany, presented by Austrian Wine 2021

    Kronenschlössen is located only a few meters away from the banks of Rhine in Hattenhei. Only a 30 minutes drive from Frankfurt takes you right to the middle of one of the most historical wine regions in the world. There couldn't be a better way to start your Rheingau culinary journey. Kronenschlösschen is a meeting point for gourmets and culinary enjoyment is the top priority in both the bistro and the gourmet restaurant. In 2014, the team at Kronenschlösschen founded the Rheingau Gourmet and Wine Festival, gathering the best local and international chefs alongside local winegrowers. The f...

  6. Phone: +49 152 28759836

    Address: 40213, Carlsplatz 26, Düsseldorf

    Special Jury Prize Germany, presented by Martha's 2021

    Concept Riesling is located in the public market at Carlsplatz, which is a vibrant daily market in the old town area. The market is one of the most popular local destinations, with food shopping, flowers, special stall for meats, cheese, olives and spices. The gentlemen behind Concept Riesling, Nils and Philip, have been collecting wines and buying private cellars for years, and eventually decided to open up a location in the market. The shop is also a wine bar, and you can drink glasses or bottles at the stall in the market, or buy bottles to take away. The fun part is that these guys have...

  7. Phone: +49 40 53630085

    Address: Weidenallee 20, Hamburg

    Witwenball is a wine restaurant located in the stylish alternative neighbourhood of Eimsbüttel. The owners, Julia and Axel Bode, have a fantastic sense of style; the interior is relaxed and bold, featuring fun wallpaper, plush blue and orange velvet chairs, walls of wine and a lovely bar in the middle of the dining room. The location is a local hangout, with neighbourhood folks having dinner or a glass of wine. This is a place where the guests on the terrace know the people that are walking by, and people stop for a chat. It is part of the community feeling in this neighbourhood. Witwenball...

  8. Phone: +49 30 31800712

    Address: Stuttgarter Platz 18, Berlin

    After a busy day in the heart of Berlin and along Ku'Damm, Brasserie Lamazere at Stuttgarterplatz is an excellent change pace. Regis Lamazere is a true gastronome; with Berliner heart and Parisian blood, he will immerse you in his light-hearted French world. Brasserie Lamazere has a rustic charm and offers a selection of traditional French dishes with a touch of TLC. Just as in Paris, you can take a seat outside and enjoy people watching while sipping a glass of wine or two.

  9. Phone: +49 89 242249504

    Address: Ledererstraße 8a seperater Eingang, München

    Austrian Wine List of the Year Germany, presented by Austrian wine 2021

    This is pretty much the only wine bar on a more world-class level in town, with a great wine list and fair prices. The bar is always packed and bustling, a great ambience. If you go there on Mondays, you’ll find a lot of people from the industry sharing bottles and stories. The food is a kind of very elevated bar food, with small plates and charcuteries. The place is run by two Austrian kids who are very interactive, fun and good looking. Just a great place to hang out!

  10. Phone: +49 8022 6690

    Address: Überfahrtstraße 10, Rottach-Egern

    Hotel Überfahrt is located a bit outside of the city, though it still belongs to Munich. The hotel and its restaurant are right on the gorgeous Tegernsee lake. Just an awesome luxury hotel, with one of the best locations on the lake. The three Michelin star restaurant serves one of the best cuisines in all of Germany; elevated, thoughtful and awesome.

  11. Phone: +49 30 54861070

    Address: Oranienplatz 14, Berlin

    Ora Wine Bar & Restaurant is located on Oranienplatz in the heart of Kreuzberg, Berlin. The space used to be a pharmacy from the 1860's, Oranien Apotheke, and you can still see the lettering on the facade. In May 2020, after the first german lockdown, Ora launched a project that has become one of Berlin's most exciting dining experiences. The menu is changing daily and is always created from freshly produce that is traceable. It is a minimalist cuisine, café-style with flair, unpretentious and thoroughly contemporary European. The décor includes a green leather couch and bottles from the old p...

  12. Phone: +49 30 27581215

    Address: Große Hamburger Straße 32, Berlin

    When Cordobar opened its doors in 2013, Berlin only had a couple of wine bars to offer. After five years of leading the way in the wine bar scene, Cordobar became Cordo – a restaurant. Same location, same atmosphere but a different concept. The restaurant has now left the sharing concept that it started with, and is instead offering a five-course and an eight-course menu, with a wine selection that is unique to Berlin.

  13. Phone: +49 7221 900999

    Address: Schillerstraße 4/6, Baden-Baden

    Special Jury Prize Germany, presented by Martha's 2021

    In the heart of Baden-Baden, Fritz & Feliz stands out. Located in the Brenners Park Hotel, Fritz & Felix is open to visitors as well as the guests of the hotel. Fritz & Felix has moved away from the fine dining, set menu experience (the restaurant had two Michelin stars) and introduced a new concept focusing on freshness, authenticity, great products, and great taste. The name comes from Fritz the red fox and Felix the hare from the Black Forest and symbolising the mysterious and mystical paired with liveliness and curiosity – exactly what you can expect from the food. All this in a stunnin...

  14. Phone: +49 030 8836664

    Address: Wilmersdorfer Straße 93, Berlin

    The Kurpfalz Weinstuben in Berlin at Adenauer Platz have been around for over 80 years, not least thanks to their consistently traditional orientation. After the Second World War, they were a popular meeting place for the stars of old West Berlin. In 1975 Rainer P. S. Schulz, restaurateur from Hamburg, took over the place for 30 years and ran it like a “Village from the Pfalz in Berlin” with a passion for wine. Since 2015, Vincenzo Berényi, a trained sommelier but above all a real innkeeper, continues and expands the vinophile passion. This is the way we love it as guests!

  15. Phone: +49 5751 95040

    Address: Klosterstraße 42, Rinteln

    Located in the old town of Rinteln, half way between Bielefeld and Hannover, and a short walk from the Weser River, Hotel Stadt Kassel has a long and rich history. It all began in the middle of the 18th century with a small guest house for travelers, in the half-timbered house where the restaurant is still located today. With the passage of time, the cuisine has developed from “good home-style” to a lighter, fresher cuisine where seasonal dishes play the main role.