15 places with natural wines in Stockholm
What is natural wine, really? We are happy to talk about that a good while, preferably with a glass of Jean Foillard Beaujolais in hand. Here you’ll find our Stockholm favourite wine bars and restaurants in the category natural wines and if you have questions, their sommeliers are the best people to ask.
Phone: +46 8 519 422 77
Address: Brahegatan 4, 114 37 Stockholm
By the Glass Wine List of the Year Sweden 2019
Tyge & Sessil is a busy wine bar near Stureplan in central Stockholm but with a more casual manner than many of the other local hangouts in this rather posh part of town. Delicious small dishes are delivered by the little kitchen.
Phone: +46 8 610 66 00
Address: Karlbergsvägen 14, 113 27 Stockholm, Sverige
Grus Grus is the wine bar opened by Tranan just next door on Odenplan in Stockholm's Vasastan neighbourhood. Snacks, small dishes and larger dishes to share are served in the cosy space. The Grus Grus wine list offers mostly wines from small-scale producers, often with an organic and natural focus. But be sure to check out the shelves in the wine fridge, where unlisted treasures from the Tranan “secret” wine cellar can be found at very attractive prices.
Phone: +46 8 642 00 60
Address: Götgatan 29, 116 21 Stockholm
Södermalm’s new brasserie La Colline became an instant hit, sitting on the highest point of Götgatan. La Colline serves Mediterranean food in a brasserie setting, with an experienced team from the brasserie Tranan at Odenplan (the two venues share ownership). Sommelier Anna Mellfors’ expertise in natural wines is on full display with a ton of wine to go with the delicious food.
Address: Tegnérgatan 4, 113 58 Stockholm
Savant is a wine bar in Stockholm that changes profile during the day. From early morning it's a café and later in the day it turns into a neighbourhood wine bar with charcuteries and some small dishes. Everything is built around sustainability and the wines are in the natural style. Photos: Dan Lepp, Sandra Backlund
Address: Tomtebogatan 22, 113 38 Stockholm, Sverige
Ambar is the Stockholm wine bar that likes to serve orange wines and beverages, hence the name that plays on amber. But there are plenty of other colours and types on the wine list. If you are hungry, there are delicious small dishes with touches of Japanese cuisine.
Phone: +46 76 128 91 87
Address: Swedenborgsgatan 1, 118 48 Stockholm
Original Wine List of the Year Sweden 2019
Dryck Vinbar (Beverage Wine bar in Swedish) greets guests with warm colours and well stocked wine fridges in the Södermalm part of Stockholm. The bar menu lists small dishes along with cheese and charcuterie and the Dryck Vinbar wine list has informative explanations next to he many wine listings. The wine list has wine regions ranging from classics like Bordeaux and Burgundy to the US, Austria and Australia.
Phone: +46 8 410 470 19
Address: Norra Agnegatan 43, 112 29 Stockholm
Restaurant Agnes has quickly become an established favourite among the wine and food lovers of the Kungsholmen neighbourhood in Stockholm. Its heart is in southern Europe with many Spanish specialities. The service staff is experienced and friendly and the wine list boasts over 200 wines with a preference for France, backed up by Italy, Spain and the US. The wines cover both the natural and classic worlds.
Phone: +46 8 121 313 00
Address: Djurgårdsvägen 38 - 40, 115 21 Stockholm
Spritmuseum’s restaurant is worth a detour out to Djurgården. Chef Petter Nilsson, well known on the international food avant-garde scene, creates menus from the seasonal produce and inspirations. The wine list is naturally inclined and focuses on vignerons that creates their own expressions from classic appellations, as well as producers from newer wine regions.
Phone: +46 8 640 99 50
Address: Åsögatan 171, 116 32 Stockholm
Café Nizza is one of Stockholm neighbourhood Södermalm’s hottest restaurants and wine bars, serving a menu of delicious food with French and Italian influences. The bistro also has a bar and from the wine cellar flows mostly natural wines with one or two classical cousins in the mix. Café Nizza’s wine list is mostly sourced from the Old World’s wine regions.
Phone: +46 8 679 35 84
Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 111 48 Stockholm
Matbaren (the food bar) is Mathias Dahlgren’s modern bistro. A seasonal menu of magical medium sized dishes is served at tables or at the bar, for both lunch and dinner. The wine list focuses on organic and natural wines. Guests can also order wines from the cellar list of Grand Hotel.
Phone: +46 8 679 35 84
Address: Södra Blasieholmshamnen 6, 103 27 Stockholm
At Rutabaga, maestro Mathias Dahlgren creates the next generation’s lacto-ovo-vegetarian menu. Produce from all over the world is used to create dishes that can be shared, combined or eaten separately. The wine list is rooted in Europe and focuses on organic and natural wines. Guests are welcome for a drink and can also order wines from the Grand Hotel cellar-list.
Phone: +46 8 662 34 00
Address: Kommendörsgatan 16, 114 48 Stockholm
Volt is the cosy one-star restaurant that focuses on organic and biodynamic locally-sourced produce. The wine list is also very much in the natural line.
Phone: +46 8 723 19 19
Address: Stora Nygatan 19, 111 27 Stockholm
Both a wine bar and a cosy little restaurant with an organic and natural focus in Stockholm’s Old Town. It is one of the longest lasting and most influential wine bars in Stockholm, thanks to the founder Peter Bennyson.
Phone: +46 8 527 281 00
Address: Karlbergsvägen 14, 113 27 Stockholm
Tranan is a classic brasserie at Odenplan that is frequented by locals and tourists looking for genuine “husman” cuisine. But it is also a very interesting wine address. Tranan has 12000 bottles of wine in its cellar and is unique in that many of them are not on the list. Every now and then the Bordeaux, Burgundy and Italian treasures are brought up on the list.
Phone: +46 70 406 66 26
Address: Sofiagatan 1, 116 40 Stockholm
Vina is a cosy wine bar on Södermalm in Stockholm that likes to serve wines from small producers who care for the nature. Many of the wines are served by the glass as well as by the bottle and if you’re hungry, the little kitchen produces pintxos, cheese and charcuteries as well as main dishes. The Vina wine list is heavy on the French side but there are also listings from countries like Spain, Italy and Austria.