Get ready to cosy up as we pop a cork and uncover the best wine bars around Adelaide!

It comes as no surprise that Adelaide is a city that truly appreciates the art of fine wine, especially considering that some of the best wine regions – including the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hils and McLaren Vale – are just a 45-minute drive away!

With that comes a delightful assortment of wine bars the highlight exactly what South Australia is renowned for: wine.

So, whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or a casual enthusiast, you’ll be pleased to know that the city offers a myriad of options to savour a perfect glass of wine. To help you spend more time doing just that, we’ve curated a guide to some of the best wine bars in Adelaide for you to visit this weekend.


Bar Torino

Bar Torino on Hutt Street combines the best of Mediterranean hospitality with a superb selection of wines. With warm lighting, rustic decor and an overall inviting atmosphere, Bar Torino creates the perfect setting as one of the best wine bars in Adelaide. Alongside a strong selection of South Australian varieties, Bar Torino focuses on tipples sourced from Spain, Italy and France. Plus, to complement their diverse wine selection, you can nibble through their food menu that includes a delicious array of tapas and sharing plates.

Bar Torino | 158 Hutt St, Adelaide, SA 5000


East End Cellars

East End Cellars is a cornerstone of Adelaide’s wine culture, and The Tasting Room is its crowning jewel. Situated on Vardon Avenue, this wine bar offers a premium wine-tasting experience with an extensive list of both local and international wines. Their knowledgeable staff provide expert guidance, making it an excellent place for both novice and experienced wine drinkers to expand their palates. The venue also hosts regular wine events, offering a deep dive into the world of wine.

East End Cellars | 25 Vardon Ave, Adelaide, SA 5000


East End Cellars, Adelaide. Photographed by Morgan Sette. Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.

East End Cellars, Adelaide. Photographed by Morgan Sette. Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.


Hellbound Wine Bar

Located in a heritage basement in the heart of the city, Hellbound Wine Bar is a hidden gem that exudes a cosy, underground charm. This wine bar in Adelaide boasts an extensive selection of natural and biodynamic wines, carefully curated by inhouse sommelier. With its relaxed atmosphere and knowledgeable staff, Hellbound is the perfect place to explore unique and lesser-known drops. Don’t miss their delightful cheese platters, perfectly paired to complement the wines.

Hellbound Wine Bar | Basement/201 Rundle St, Adelaide, SA 5000


La Buvette Drinkery

For those seeking a touch of French flair, La Buvette Drinkery on Gresham Street is a must-visit. This charming wine bar specialises in French natural wines and classic cocktails, all served in a stylish, Parisian-inspired setting. La Buvette’s intimate and cosy environment, combined with its eclectic selection of wines, makes it a favourite amongst locals. Pair your wine with their delicious charcuterie boards for an authentic French experience.

La Buvette Drinkery | 27 Gresham St, Adelaide, SA 5000


Mother Vine

Mother Vine is an institution in Adelaide’s wine scene. Situated in the heart of the city, this sophisticated wine bar offers a meticulously curated list of local and international wines. The ambiance is chic yet welcoming, making it an ideal spot for both intimate gatherings and lively socialising. Mother Vine also offers an impressive menu of small plates and tapas, designed to enhance the wine-tasting experience. Their commitment to quality and variety ensures there’s always something new to discover.

Mother Vine | 22/26 Vardon Ave, Adelaide, SA 5000


Mother Vine. Photographed by Lumiant Photography. Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.

Mother Vine. Photographed by Lumiant Photography. Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.


Proof Bar

Proof Bar is all about the experience from the moment you walk in to when it’s time to leave. It’s not just another Adelaide cocktail bar to drink at, it’s a place to feel totally at home and in your own element. Order your troupe a juicy charcuterie board and a couple of wines to go with it. Or, you can take your taste buds on a journey through their cocktail menu. But, most importantly, feel at home at Proof Bar.

Proof Bar | 9 Anster St, Adelaide, SA 5000



With dim lighting, friendly service and exposed rough brick walls, despite its resemblance to an underground bunker, Udaberri is one of the best wine bars in Adelaide. And trust us when we say, after your first visit, we guarantee you’ll definitely want to be stuck here. With a heavy northern Spanish and Portuguese influence, combining the gin-infused drinks with the orgasmic food available – you’ll want to lock yourself in. Along with a wine (or two) of your choice, try the Lamb Ribs ($24) with apricot salsa verde and dried tomato. Yum!

Udaberri | 11 – 13 Leigh St, Adelaide, SA 5000

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Feature image: La Buvette, Adelaide. Photographed by Josie Withrers. Image via South Australian Tourism Commission.