Great Night Out at a Wine Bar: 14 Best Places in Singapore

Wine bars in Singapore

Whether you’re a new drinker, or a wine aficionado, fine wine has a certain timeless allure. If you’re looking to spend a night out at a fancy bar, here’s our handpicked selection of the 14 best wine bars in Singapore, each offering a unique dining experience that combines the art of winemaking with delectable cuisine and an inviting ambience. From hidden gems cherished by locals to renowned establishments, these wine bars have been carefully chosen to cater to your discerning tastes. Join us as we uncork the secrets of these extraordinary venues!

Gaston Burgundy

Gaston Burgundy Wine Bar

You won’t find a wine list here, but a walk-in cellar and the owner’s sommelier chops are all you need for a good pick from the nearly 350 labels available. There are plenty of Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs to choose from, plus quality finds from lesser known vintners (even outside Burgundy) at this Keong Saik joint.


Ginett Wine Bar

Probably the first in town to offer killer $6 prices for a glass, Ginett is still the go-to restaurant and wine bar for many, especially those who happen to be near Bugis or Dhoby Ghaut. Have your great wines along with their metre-long charcuterie board for a guaranteed satisfying time.

La Taperia

La Taperia Wine Bar at Orchard

Conveniently located in Orchard but tucked away within Shaw Centre is Les Amis group’s Spanish wine and tapas concept. La Taperia is a buzzing place with live music, but still cosy and quiet enough for a catch-up sesh with friends while sipping on quality bottles of reds and whites.

La Terre

La Terre Wine Bar

Home to Daisuke Kawai, a highly regarded sommelier with the awards to prove it, La Terre on Circular Road is a bar that prides itself on stocking highly sought-after Old World wines. And while you’ll find the best that Bordeaux and Burgundy have to offer here, unique bottles from places like Greece and Lebanon are also available.

Le Bon Funk

Le Bon Funk Wine bar

“People over place” is the philosophy at Le Bon Funk on Club Street—their selection of natural wines is curated based on winemakers rather than wine regions. The food is appropriately well-done, with chef-owner Keirin Buck crafting sublime dishes like their truly heavenly foie gras toast.


Park90 Wine Bar

This fine wine bar in Regent Singapore is frequented by wine connoisseurs for all the right reasons: a massive collection of around 1000 labels that are predominantly rated 90 and above by Robert Parker Wine Advocate (thus the name). It’s also the first and only wine bar in town to serve Domaine de la Romanee-Conti and Chateau Petrus wines by the glass. Come for a night of appreciation, not intoxication.


Praelum Wine Bistro

Praelum at Duxton reminds us what every good wine bar should have: a solid range of wines, delicious grub from the kitchen, a comfortable space, and most importantly, unpretentious yet knowledgeable folk managing the space. Come and appreciate a fine red or just quaff down a bottle—no one’s gonna judge.

So France

So France Wine Bar

Be transported to the land of wines at this Duo Galleria bistro and wine bar that prides itself on artisanal produce and bottlings exclusive to them. Peruse their grocery store for a red or white of your choice, then enjoy it at their dining area while feasting on pairing favourites the likes of baked camembert, salted meats and freshly shucked oysters.

The Wine & Gourmet Friends

The Wine & Gourmet Friends Wine Bar

Started by friends who simply wanted to create a space for people to come together and have a good meal, this Bukit Pasoh Road haunt is an instant casual oasis on an otherwise intimidating street. The wine cellar holds over 300 styles of wine, with a glass starting from $6 and bottles from just $25 (up to $1,888). Aerated decanting service available.

Wine Connection

Wine Connection Wine Bar

The default after-work go-to place for wine in Singapore needs no introduction. They have plenty of branches all around the island, but the most popular are the ones at Robertson Walk—there’s a proper bistro by the courtyard and a more casual deli and cheese bar by the car dropoff point—that sees crowds every day. There’s just nothing to argue about having good food and wine at similarly good prices.

Wine Mansion

Wine Mansion Wine Bar

This long-time Keong Saik spot is packed every day of the week, thanks in no small part to different running promotions happening each day (like 1-for-1 steaks on Mondays). But the reason why we keep coming back to this comforting spot has got to be their perfectly paired food and drink menus—hearty European cuisine with Mediterranean leanings just work wonders when had with vino. Their extensive wine list and $8.50 house pours don’t hurt either.


Wine RVLT Wine Bar

If Wine RVLT’s revolution succeeds, more people will be drinking “authentic, living, raw, natural and honest wines”. Spontaneous fermentation, unconventional aging methods, unusual grape varieties and funky flavors are par for the course at this natural wine bar on Carpenter Street, so be ready for an unexpected journey. Simply start by ordering from their shelf of bottles. It also helps that the food menu here is equally delish.


Winestone Wine Bar

Part of the Dine at Stevens enclave in Orchard, Winestone at Novotel Singapore on Stevens serves modern European fare with a focus on the Mediterranean region finest vineyards. Their affordable (but quality) wines, starting from just $6 a glass and $48 a bottle, make this central-but-hidden spot a coveted find.

Singapore’s Finest Wine Bars for Memorable Nights

These are the 14 best spots for wine dinners. Whether you seek a cozy hideaway or a lively atmosphere, each of these establishments has its own distinct charm and exceptional offerings. Raise your glass to the joyous experiences that await you, and may your exploration of Singapore’s gastro wine bar scene go well!