20 great wine places in Berlin

Berlin is an exciting place to visit - lots of must-see to explore, but also a lot of great wine places! Emmanuel Rosier, our ambassador in Berlin, have searched the streets for the top places to go to. Check in some of his favourite places!

  1. Phone: +49 30 81860757

    Address: Okerstraße 2, Berlin

    A small oasis of freshness in the heart of Neukölln – Barra is a lovely restaurant serving a very seasonal menu composed of small sharing dishes. The menu changes daily, due to the season and the quality of the produce; ”If it smells or looks funny, don't cook it!” is the kitchen's simple philosophy. The restaurant is minimalist but refined, and you would not believe me if I told you that the place opened in November 2018. Please book in advance as it's quite often fully booked. Another benefit of this restaurant is that when you sit and dine at the bar, you have the feeling that you are right...

  2. 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.

  3. Phone: +49 30 3242308

    Address: Walter-Benjamin-Platz 4, Berlin

    A couple of hundred metres away from Ku'damm (Kurfürstendamm) – ”the Champs-Élysées of Berlin” – is Il Calice, located on a square, as if you were in Italy. Il Calice is your Italian specialist in Berlin, with great trattoria-style food and a mainly Italian wine list. Owner Antonio and his team have really managed to recreate a bit of Italy in their store, where some staff members speak both Italian and German, and some speak English.

  4. Phone: +49 30 80492444

    Address: Mittelstraße 1, Berlin

    Lead by two of the most prominent sommeliers in Berlin, Willi Schlögl (ex Petit Felix and Cordobar) and Johannes Schellhorn (ex Nobelhard & Schmutzig), Freundschaft (which means friendship in German) have become THE wine place in Berlin. Nestled in the student area of Berlin in Mitte, next to Unter den Linden, Freundschaft makes you feel right at home. Their bar looks like the long dining table where your family and friends would meet up around a glass or two or a bottle of wine, discussing the world. But for me, the main attraction is the large window facing the wine cellar! One more thi...

  5. Phone: +49 30 88437750

    Address: Kurfürstendamm 25, Berlin

    Grace is the iconic restaurant of Hotel Zoo in the heart of Berlin West, right on the “Berlin Champs-Élysées” Kurfürstendamm. The restaurant reminds me of a London or New York City townhouse, with glamorous and eclectic interior design. This is the place to be for both local and international stars who want to be seen. After dinner, I strongly suggest you have a drink by the bar, or on the rooftop terrasse if it's summer. The food served has a strong Asian-Californian and European influence in a family-style concept.

  6. Phone: +49 30 69818677

    Address: Körtestraße 20, Berlin

    Hammer Weinkostbar is located just a few steps away from Südstern, a very busy and popular square where locals love to hang out. Run by Jürgen Hammer and his wife Manuela Sporbert, this small but fine wine bar and wine shop offer uncomplicated wines, plus top-class service. What might surprise you though, is that the shop is in a former butchery, and well, Jürgen being Jürgen decided to offer small plates of cold meat – and cheese! This is a place where we go to enjoy a small snack and a glass or three and to learn a few things at the many wine seminars and wine dinners throughout the year. I...

  7. Phone: +49 30 69001522

    Address: Fichtestraße 31, Berlin

    This restaurant is located in Kreuzberg, which is so close to the district Neuköln that we call this area “Kreuz-Köln”. Herz und Niere means heart and kidney and the concept is simple: two menus to choose from – nose to tail for the first one, and leaf to root for the vegetarian and vegan option. The kitchen is very down to earth, very inventive and courageous in its way of showcasing the best products the region has to offer. Everything from the menu is made on-site, including the chocolate the staff offer you when you get the bill.

  8. Phone: +49 30 61289992

    Address: Paul-Lincke-Ufer 44a, Berlin

    A wonderful place nestled by the busy Kreuzberg canal. Sebastian Frank, named Best Chef in Europe 2018, has a very unique approach to his kitchen: He is Austrian and is cooking with his childhood memories! He and his team take on traditional Austrian recipes – he goes as far back as the Austro-Hungarian Empire – and brings those memories to the modern age. For Sebastian, vegetables are equal to meat and fish but be aware; this is not a vegetarian restaurant!

  9. Phone: +49 30 96597617

    Address: Langenscheidtstraße 6A, Berlin

    Epicerie and cave à vin La Cantine d’Augusta is a wonderful hidden gem in Schöneberg, right in the middle of Berlin. Owner Sebastien Gorius has carefully selected some of the best cheeses from France (from Bernard Mure-Ravaud, former World Champion in Cheese – that matters a lot to a French guy like me!) and a wide range of, of course, French wine. In this place, you will feel right at home. The name Augusta comes from Sebastien’s grandmother, who was the one that made him fall in love with the simplicity of life; cheese, wine and friends.

  10. Phone: +49 30 65214507

    Address: Lausitzer Straße 25, Berlin

    Lode & Stijn is the brainchild of two Dutch chefs and friends – Lode van Zuylen and Remi Stijn. They opened their restaurant in Kreuzberg in April 2016, and have managed to turn an old pink-walled coffee place into a sophisticated and pleasant restaurant. Here you will be guided through a five-course dinner with perfect wine pairings. Also, Lode is probably one of the best bakers I have ever known; The sourdough bread you'll get to start off the meal definitely sets the tone for your evening.

  11. Phone: +49 30 29778590

    Address: Warschauer Straße 39, Berlin

    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.

  12. Phone: +49 30 25940610

    Address: Friedrichstraße 218, Berlin

    All this restaurant's produces come from the area of Berlin and its neighbouring regions; If it does not grow around here, it won't be on your plate. That is the simple philosophy for this venue, one of the best addresses in Berlin. You will either have a seat at the long table by the kitchen or, if you're a group, at your own long table with the host himself. Once inside, you will forget that you are indeed a few steps away from Checkpoint Charlie. Please reserve your seat well in advance!

  13. Address: Dresdener Straße 124, Berlin

    Kreuzberg is one of the most renowned districts in Berlin – for its eclectic people, food markets, First of May-celebrations – and is a must-go for anyone wanting to discover Berlin. Right in the middle of Kreuzberg, you'll find Ottorink Weinbar, looking more like an old pharmacy – though it is full of bottles that were drunk in the bar, rather than medicine bottles. Otto, ex-Chancellor of Germany, is the name of the boss Andreas' grandfather, and Andreas named the wine bar Otto as a tribute. Ottorink Weinbar isn't like any other place you will visit in Berlin. Andreas has combined his two big...

  14. Phone: +49 30 983208435

    Address: Potsdamer Straße 91, Berlin

    The favourite book of the owner's daughter is “The trip to Panama” by Janosch, a children's book reciting the trip of a small tiger and a small bear. Along the way, not only do they discover many different places and get to know themselves better, but they realise that there is nothing better than home. Panama is the interpretation of this book in culinary arts and drinks – you will have your desire of exoticism​ realized while still feeling at home!

  15. Phone: +49 30 20454118

    Address: Charlottenstraße, Berlin

    Anja Schröder and her business partner managed to create, in the centre of Berlin, a real Wonder Emporium for wine lovers (Remember Dr Magorium!?). Located in the side of the Hilton Hotel, the wine shop offers up to 500 different wines from young to old, classics and international rarities. This place is pure magic, with metallic shelves looking like the ones from an old English library and with a beautiful tasting room upstairs.

  16. Phone: +49 30 337775402

    Address: Potsdamer Platz 3, Berlin

    If you need an invitation to eat at the Ritz Carlton on Potsdamer Platz – here you have it! The restaurant offers inspired German dishes with a contemporary twist. This is what Berlin calls modern dining!

  17. Phone: +49 30 5544447053

    Address: Steinplatz 4, Berlin

    Hotel am Steinplatz is part of the Marriott Group's Autograph Collection, and the restaurant offers a 1920's interior with a 21st-century taste. The menu will take you on a culinary trip around Germany with occasional stops in other countries.

  18. Phone: +49 30 24628760

    Address: Chausseestraße 8, Berlin

    Rutz is really an institution in Berlin. It was founded in 2001 and is still alive and kicking, which is a statement in itself! Lasting that long in the cruel world of gastronomy and still being in the foreground of the industry is remarkable. As you enter Rutz, you will find yourself in their wine bar. Here in this cosy ambience, you can order small sharing dishes to go with a glass of wine, or a bottle. If you feel adventurous, take the onyx stairs to their two Michelin star restaurant where your culinary trip can carry on!

  19. Phone: +49 30 25937930

    Address: Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 26, Berlin

    Restaurant Tim Raue has set the bar very high in culinary Berlin. This two-Michelin star restaurant has been amongst the best in the world since it opened in 2010 and still seek for excellence on a daily basis. The Asian-inspired cuisine mixes Thai aromas, Japanese art and Chinese multi-cultured philosophy. What’s also remarkable is that the entire menu is lactose-free and that those who are vegan can enjoy a whole menu free of animal products! By the way, did you know that Tim Raue is the only German Chef featured in the Netflix series “Chef’s Table”?

  20. Phone: +49 30 8838174

    Address: Grolmanstraße 44-45, Berlin

    Viniculture has become an institution in the wine world of Berlin. Owner Holger Schwarz had this vision a long time ago to sell low intervention wines in Berlin (and now all of Germany). Holger had a good flair... The natural and low intervention wine market has exploded in the last few years, and Berlin should thank Holger, among other people, for it. He is a true visionary, and you will see his wines on the best wine lists in town too.

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