6 great spots in Berlin for shopping – and drinking – wine 2024

Drink in or takeaway – or maybe both? Star Wine List's Berlin Ambassador Emmanuel Rosier lists his favourite wine shops in the German capital that also function as wine bars.

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  1. Phone: +49 30 8838174

    Address: Grolmanstraße 44-45, Berlin

    This is heaven on earth for natural wine lovers, right in the heart of Charlottenburg! If you find yourself dehydrated when shopping on Ku'damm, head towards Savigny Platz where you can buy your favourite wine, or discover something new.

  2. Phone: +49 30 20454118

    Address: Charlottenstraße, Berlin

    Arguably one of the best wine shops in Berlin, with an old English library-vibe and around 500 wines to choose from. Bring the bottle home, or drink it in the shop together with some amazing cheese.

  3. Phone: +49 30 96597617

    Address: Langenscheidtstraße 6A, Berlin

    A touch of France in Berlin! When you enter this small epicerie and cave à vin, you will instantly forget that you are in one of the busiest districts of Berlin.

  4. Phone: +49 30 21210

    Address: KaDeWe - Die Sechste, Tauentzienstraße 21-24, Berlin

    Kaufhaus des Westens, better known as KaDeWe, is located in Schöneberg, close to the Berlin Zoo at the end of Kurfürstendamm, the German Champs Elysees. It’s the best-known luxury department store in Germany. It happens to be the largest on the European continent, being opened since 1907. The sixth floor has the almost legendary "Delikatessen" department which is a brand on its own: Die Sechste. Up there, lovers of anything culinary and especially Champagne will be in heaven. Hagen Hoppenstedt is the KaDeWe Sommelier. As a host by heart, he makes sure that the best brands of Champagne, inclu...

  5. Phone: +49 30 48491501

    Address: Wolliner Straße 20, Berlin

  6. Phone: +49 030 400698200

    Address: Oranienburger Straße 54/4OG, Berlin

    Verōnika by Fotografiska is housed on the fourth floor of the Contemporary Museum for Photography, Art and Culture, which bills itself as a “destination for world-class food and beverage experiences”. It certainly lives up to the hype, with international, sophisticated cuisine on offer at the newly opened restaurant and bar. But it is the wine list that sits at the heart of this venue, offering an eclectic, modern and adventurous selection including a good representation of young up-and-coming German winemakers. And if you are here for the art rather than the food, then you can choose a glass...