Wine Bars Restaurant in Hong Kong

 A toast to Hong Kong's wine bars

The Chinese have become passionate about fine wine in recent years, and nowhere is this more apparent than in the wine bars of Hong Kong. From cosy watering holes to sleek lounges, the city is a great place to indulge your love of the grape. You'll find a huge choice of labels to explore, whether your taste tends towards vintage Burgundies or esteemed New World small producers. And while you raise your glass, chances are you'll have a lovely time drinking in the city's sparkling skyline and vibrant night life too.

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M1 Bar & Restaurant

M1 Bar & Restaurant

Causeway Bay
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    Wine bars in Hong Kong with a tasting option

    In Hong Kong most wine bars sell their fine vintages by the glass rather than the bottle, giving you an extra element of flexibility. In addition, many establishments offer tastings of their extensive cellars. High tech dispensers allow you to select from up to forty labels at a time, and you can order full glasses, half glasses or shot-sized measures. As well as being a real treat for connoisseurs, the whole process makes a fun talking point for dates, business drinks and group outings alike.
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    Hong Kong wine bars with a theme

    Hong Kong also has wine bars that specialise in various regions such as California, Burgundy, the Languedoc and the Loire Valley. As well as carrying the classic vintages, they pride themselves on sourcing the very best new boutique labels from each region, offering a comprehensive selection unparalleled in Asia. Several establishments complete the experience by serving cheese, cured meat and hot dishes from the same part of the world, transporting you to your favourite region.
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    The style of Hong Kong's wine bars

    In terms of décor, the wine bars of Hong Kong run the gamut. At one end of the scale, you can enjoy a quiet glass of your favourite tipple in a rustic wine cellar complete with barrels and tables of unvarnished wood. At the other end, there are places with soft leather sofas, art installations, panoramic views and live bands just perfect for a celebratory bottle of Krug. In between, there are traditional gentleman's club-style establishments, all dark wood and subdued lighting, offering a calm respite from the bustle of the city. Just check Quandoo to find a bar in Hong Kong that suits your mood.