Ruths Wine List
Ruth’s opened where it’s successor Bastard closed at the end of 2020, and in March 2021 gave Malmö a whole new type of availability with opening hours stretching from breakfast to late dinner. With their own deli curated with seasonal favourites guests are also given the opportunity to bring a piece of Ruth’s home. The ambiance is lively but homely and there is something for everyone on the menu, which is focused on locally grown and raised produce but also features highlights from fauna outside of the Nordics. To be able to enjoy breakfast at the same restaurant that you spent your evening the previous night is in short, a lovely new experience that you didn’t know you needed until now.
About the Ruths Wine List
The wine list at Ruth’s is focused on small scale natural producers with a heavy nod towards Europe, but you can also find some more classic high end highlights if you are inclined. With a broad range of wines on tap you are given the option try many wines at a nice price-point through different available carafe sizes. The feel of the wines on tap resemble the wine list in whole – from funky natural alternatives to cleaned up classics.
Impressive selection of the new kids on the block, this is one of the comments from the jury for Ruths wine list – and it is exactly that. 25 well-selected labels into a short list, categorized by styles, fun and dynamic. We can have a great view of what is happening today in Australia.