12 wine places in Norway that celebrated "13 the lucky number" 2022

”13 the lucky number” was celebrated during two weeks in June (13-26 June 2022). Riesling and other German grapes from the 13 German wine regions was celebrated all around Norway, with pairing menus, tastings, events – and of course a whole lot of German wines. Here are the venues in Norway who joined the celebration of ”13 the lucky number” 2022! (Sponsored by Tysk Vininformasjon Norge)

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  2. Phone: +47 454 88 889

    Address: Brattørkaia 17b, Trondheim

    At Kraft, you never really know what to expect, in the best possible way. Situated in the newly renovated area down by the sea and shuttle boat terminal, this restaurant is refreshingly different. Spearheaded by one of Norway’s best chefs, they offer a smaller or larger menu where everything is possible. Do not be surprised if you start with some tacos and then get served a jacket potato topped with generous amounts of Pata Negra and truffles.

  3. Phone: +47 73 56 89 00

    Address: Carl Johans gate 5, Trondheim

    From the moment they opened their doors in 2005, To Rom og Kjøkken has been one of the top go-to places for locals looking for a casual atmosphere and classic quality cuisine. They work with local produce from the Trøndelag region, and their patron, Roar Hildonen, still welcomes guests to this very day whilst being an almost inherit part of the Trondheim restaurant scene. Their awarded wine list features an extensive selection from the most classic regions, with jewels from top producers such as Le Montrachet from Domaine Ramonet, or even a well-developed bottle of Château Angelus. If you are...

  4. Phone: 913 70 787

    Address: Sundts veg 55, Nesttun

  5. Phone: +47 22 41 88 00

    Address: Rådhusgata 11, Oslo

    Statholdergaarden is a classic fine dining restaurant in the Oslo city center. High ceilings, beautiful flower decorations and elegant chandeliers set a warm scene for a gastronomic experience with roots in the French kitchen. The wine cellar has around 500 labels, going deep into the most classical areas. While Statholdergaarden’s wine list is fine wine oriented, there are surprising elements when it is studied more closely. If you cannot manage to book a table, the informal restaurant in the cellar shares the wine list with Statholdergaarden – at a discount.

  6. Phone: +47 21 50 72 20

    Address: Stortingsgata 16, Oslo

    A pizza gem located right off one of the main metro stations in the Oslo city center combines convenience, modern pizzas and an extensive list of fine wines (including a whole lot of Domaine Leflaive and Pingus). There is also a good selection of wines by the glass.

  7. Phone: +47 923 38 293

    Address: Nordre gate 2, Oslo

    Austrian Wine List of the Year Norway, presented by Austrian Wine 2020

    As you enter the Radegast wine bar at Nedre Foss Gård, you may get the feeling of entering a private wine cellar or a wine club. The temperature controlled glass cupboards are filled with wine bottles and there is plenty to choose from, such as Jura (for once in Oslo, the Jura selection may actually be larger than the Burgundy one), Spain, Italy and South Africa.

  8. Phone: +47 22 37 22 97

    Address: Torvbakkgata 12, (inngang Markveien ) 0550 Oslo

    Perhaps Oslo’s first wine bar, Dr. Kneipp´s at Markveien Mat & Vinhus is an institution that continues to attract wine enthusiasts. The atmosphere in both the wine bar and restaurant area is relaxed and the worn dining room bears witness to conversations and bottles shared over three decades. Markveien Mat & Vinhus has a long and classic wine list from regions like France, Italy, Spain and the US. The wine list will also reveal some older vintages rarely found elsewhere.

  9. Phone: +47 23 98 98 98

    Address: Ingelbrecht Knudssøns gate 1, Oslo

    In the west part of Oslo’s city center, Cru has gained a reputation as a wine bar with a personal and interesting wine list. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere in the wine bar section and share a few French bistro courses or go for a full menu of modern British cuisine in the restaurant. Cru has an extensive wine list which goes deep into classical European regions like Burgundy, Mosel and Champagne.

  10. Phone: +47 22 42 60 88

    Address: Christiania Torv 4, Oslo

    Few places in Oslo have such staying power as Brasserie Hansken. Established in 1997 it's still extremely popular with locals as well as travellers and has a longstanding reputation for quality. Located in the picturesque Christiania Torv, it's surrounded by some of the oldest buildings in Oslo. The waterfront is just a quick stroll away, and in the summertime, the outdoor terrace is a bustling, busy sight. The cuisine, as well as the interior, is classic French with a Scandinavian flair, and the staff is both service-minded and experienced, making it a favourite venue for business lunches as...

  11. Phone: 92222700

    Address: Dronning Eufemias gate 18, Oslo

    During the 2 weeks of "13 The Lucky Number" Norway 2022, they offer (in Norwegian): 4 tyske viner på glass

  12. Phone: 21 54 79 70

    Address: Stortingsgata 24, Oslo

  13. Phone: 22 98 21 50

    Address: Kristian Augusts gate 11, Oslo