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The 5 Best Wine Bars in New Orleans

Curtis Macken

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NEW ORLEANS, LA -- It is undeniable that New Orleans is a city of music and culture. There are so many reasons to visit New Orleans: the music, the food, the history, or even the ghosts. But one thing that is no less interesting and not to missed when visiting this city is its drinking culture.

One of the greatest things about drinking in New Orleans is that, socially and culturally, you can enjoy alcohol whenever, and wherever you are in this corner of the city. From drinking cold beer at Mardi Gras parades, and crawfish boils to grand cocktail receptions to classy, ​​classic wine routine. No doubt, food, wine and culture become one thing that cannot be separated.

Here are some of the best places to enjoy Wine in New Orleans:

  • Bayou Wine Garden

Located in Mid-City, New Orleans, Bayou Wine Garden is a wine bar and kitchen offering a casual atmosphere and a large selection of wine cocktails as well as small plates to snack on at reasonable prices. The wine bar offers regular private wine-tasting sessions and a relaxed ambiance.

  • Bacchanal Fine Wine & Spirits

Established in 2002, Bacchanal is the quintessential corner wine shop that hosts the biggest backyard party. Located at 600 Poland Ave., the live music includes traditional jazz and blues, avant-garde jazz, gypsy jazz, and hard bop guaranteed to complete your day.

  • Wine Institute of New Orleans (W.I.N.O.)

Located just off Lafayette Square, it is an innovative wine bar that provides customers with a unique experience of wine tasting, education, and discovery. Customers can taste wines priced at 1-ounce, 2-ounce, or 4-ounce-servings. The store also serves small dishes and assorted cheese plates to be paired with the wine selection.

  • Swirl Wine Bar & Market

This place offers a selection of carefully curated international wines, mostly sourced from Europe and particularly Italy, at affordable prices. You can spend an afternoon enjoying a glass, or sign up for wine tastings and other wine-inspired events.

  • Pluck Wine Bar

This is the place for those with a curious soul. Located in the heart of the Warehouse district, Pluck is a modern New Orleans wine bar and restaurant with an old-world soul that can be enjoyed by all.

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