The 4 best wine bars in Verona 2024

On your way to wine2wine Business Forum, or just planning for a weekend of vacation in Verona? Here is the guide to the best wine bars in the city where you can relax and enjoy some great wine!

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  2. Phone: 045 800 4535

    Address: Via Scudo di Francia, 3, Verona

    There has been so much said and written about this classic place in fair Verona, so what can we add? Just go there. Enjoy. If you’re like us, you won’t want to leave. But if we must say something more, we might add that it’s a perfect place to sneak in for some cichetti (tapas) and a few glasses of wine in the bar in the afternoon when you’ve had enough of sightseeing and shopping. For lunch and in the evening you will be served classic Veneto cuisine, and it will be perfect. The wine list, well, ask the sommeliers if you can see the wine cellar. It shows the decades of collecting, not only b...

  3. Phone: +39 045 834 2896

    Address: Via IV Novembre, 12/a, Verona

    Just across the river from Verona’s historic centre, nestled amongst a cluster of fashionable newcomers on the elegant Via IV Novembre, Dal Zovo Wine Bar is a longstanding favourite for a glass of wine or aperitivo. Established in 1958 by Ermenegildo Dal Zovo, the popular bar remains in family hands, with Mattia representing the third generation of the Dal Zovo family to run the bar. The venue is immediately recognizable thanks to the retro-style “Cin Cin Cin Cinzano” sign above the door that recalls the classic Vermouth and sparkling wine brand of the 1980s. Internally, the bar area itself...

  4. Phone: +39 045 803 0579

    Address: Via Rosa, 12, Verona

    Today Caffè Monte Baldo is overseen by Simone Vesentin and is the perfect spot for an aperitivo. Established in 1909, it remained in the hands of the Tazzini family for the next 70 years, before being taken over by the current owners. With a mouth-watering selection of canapés and cured meats and cheeses, accompanied by a glass of local wine, Caffè Monte Baldo is a popular choice in the historic centre of Verona. The eye-catching tartina (open canapé-style sandwiches to rival Spanish tapas and Venetian cicchetti) was introduced by Simone’s father and is Monte Baldo’s signature dish. The ca...

  5. Phone: +39 045 803 0604

    Address: Via Giosuè Carducci, 10, Verona

    Hidden away in Verona’s Veronetta district, from the outside Café Carducci is easy to miss. Yet, with its classic white tablecloths, exposed mosaic tile floor and ornate red brick features, it’s a bar that simply oozes old-world charm. Established in 1928 by Guglielmo Bianconi, it originally served simple wine alongside a few hot dishes. Passing from one generation to the next, it is now in the hands of Pier Stefano, the fourth generation of his family to run the café. Alongside a menu serving simple local classics, a wide selection of salumi is sourced from the best local producers and che...