Best Barcelona Wine Bars You Must Visit in 2024

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Last Updated: January 10, 2024
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These Are Our Favorite Wine Bars in Barcelona to Visit in 2024

Barcelona is the most eclectic, vibrant, youthful yet historically trendy city in northeastern Spain. That in and of itself is reason enough to spend time here, but if you’re looking to visit for a tasty gastronomic experience, there are a few essential Barcelona wine bars you should stop at to get your palate wet when you first arrive.

Today, we’ll cover a range of Barcelona’s top wine bars, eateries, tapas bars, and upscale restaurants. Spanning from Barcelona’s ancient Gothic Quarter to Las Ramblas, the Eixample, Gracia, and Born neighborhoods and beyond.

Top Barcelona Wine Bars To Experience

Ciudad Condal


Address: Rambla de Catalunya, 18, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

+34 933 18 19 97

If you’re looking to set the bar high when you first arrive in Barcelona, a stop at this legendary tapas bar is a must. Located on the corner of Rambla de Catalunya and Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes, Ciudad Condal is positioned in the heart of the trendy Eixample neighborhood. While they’re best known for their seafood tapas, virtually every dish served here is deliciously well thought-out. Be sure to try the Cod with Honey, the Streak with Fois Gras, the Artichoke Omlette, Prawns and Iberian Ham plates. The Sangria is excellent, but we typically opt for a glass of Rioja, or a glass of Garnacha Blanca from nearby Priorat.

Menus are available in both English and Spanish, and both indoor and outdoor seating is available. The interior of Ciudad Comdal is upbeat and vibrant, and there is usually a 30-60 minute wait time at peak hours, so plan accordingly.


Discover the essence of Barcelona’s culinary heritage on a guided tour led by a professional sommelier. This intimate, small-group experience, limited to just six people, takes you through the lively neighborhoods of Sant Antoni and Poble Sec. Immerse yourself in the local culture while savoring perfectly paired wine and cava selections, accompanied by a variety of mouthwatering tapas, regional tastings, and fusion delicacies. Your knowledgeable sommelier will offer insider insights into Barcelona’s vibrant food and wine scene, ensuring a truly personalized and memorable adventure.

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La Viblioteca


Address: Carrer de les Guilleries, 10, 08012 Barcelona, Spain

+34 932 84 42 02

Step into the Gracia neighborhood of Barcelona. Aside from having an awesome name, La Viblioteca (or, “wine library”) offers a cozy atmosphere, extensive wine list (focusing on Catalonian wines), delightful tapas and cheeses. In fact, the cheese list is broad and quirky, so we suggest speaking with your server to pair some custom selections with wine. Also try their carpaccio, salmon and mango along with the fresh avocado and tuna.

This fusion restaurant won’t disappoint and the service is excellent, but be sure to book a reservation (even for bar seating) ahead of time.

Vila Viniteca


Address: Carrer dels Agullers, 7, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 937 77 70 17

Located in El Born, Vila Viniteca is a humble wine shop and wine bar, frequented by mostly locals. It’s worth a stop if you’re looking for wine insight from experts along with great meat and cheese selections. It’s also a market, so feel free to take some jamon Iberico or serrano back to your room and pair it with a bottle of Priorat red. Vila Viniteca is a small place, but you’ll leave here with a memorable experience and new knowledge of Catalonian wine.

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Bar del Pla


Address: C/ de Montcada, 2, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 932 68 30 03

This popular stop is a favorite among locals and travelers alike near the heart of El Born. Bar del Pla offers an affordable range of Catalan-style tapas plates and a very nice house Cava. Be sure to try the tuna tartar and squid croquettes — done with the ink included. Remember, this place is popular due to some recent press mentions, so try to visit during off-hours for the best experience and attention.

La Xula Taperia


Address: Carrer de la Mare de Déu dels Desemparats, 18, 08012 Barcelona, Spain

+34 931 65 01 01

The cute yet elegant ambiance of La Xula Taperia in Gracia is very inviting. This is a true Spanish/Catalan-focused taperia, serving up traditional dishes from the region as well from further South. There is also a bit of Japanese influence noticeable when you order seafood, with dishes done in a sushi-type presentation. Menus are available in both English and Spanish. The servers are highly attentive and are happy to help with food and wine pairings.

My F*cking Restaurant


Address: Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 35, 08001 Barcelona, Spain

+34 936 39 78 27

First off, do not be put off by the name. The food here is much more tasteful. Everything from the selection of raw oysters to the chicken croquettes are worth exploring. Staff will encourage you to order food by selecting fixed-price 3, 4 or 5 courses plates. Not a bad strategy so you know what you’re spending while choosing food based on your palate preference. The service is excellent and the wine list is substantial. Bar seating and tables are both available and reservations are encouraged.

La Vinya del Senor


Address: Plaça de Santa Maria, 5, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 933 10 33 79

For a beautiful setting, a French stylistic twist, and a wine list that boasts over 350 ever-changing options — you can’t miss La Vinya del Senor. Located in the El Born neighborhood (known for its trendy food scene and narrow streets) right in front of the Santa Maria Del Mar Church in a charming square, La Vinya del Senor offers both indoor and outdoor seating.

Depending on what you’re in the mood for, start with a Cava, drink a local Catalan red and then finish with a Fino Sherry. While this wine bar is better known for…the wine — the Catalonian Cheese Samplers and cured ham dishes are worth well-worth a try. As are the grilled vegetables, bocadillas, tuna with almonds and pan con tomate.



Address: Carrer de la Diputació, 249, 08007 Barcelona, Spain

+34 932 72 61 87

Heading back to Eixample, this noteworthy restaurant is worth visiting if you’re planning on ordering at least one bottle of wine. Monvinic has an extensive wine cellar, reportedly boasting over 3000 bottles. The menu and wine list is controlled by an iPad at your table, and you can drill down to specific countries and ultimately wine regions when selecting wines by the bottle.

Wines are available from unique countries such as Croatia, Slovenia, Hungary and beyond. We chose a stainless steel-fermented Ribera del Duero red, which paired nicely with the Poulet. They also offer pre-selected custom-pairing options.

L’Ànima del Vi


Address: C/ dels Vigatans, 8, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 933 68 36 12

L’Ànima del Vi, located in the heart of Barcelona, is a charming and atmospheric wine bar that offers a diverse selection of natural and organic wines sourced from small, artisanal producers. With its intimate and rustic setting, this wine bar is perfect for wine enthusiasts looking to discover unique and rare wines while enjoying the warm and welcoming atmosphere. The knowledgeable staff is always eager to provide personalized recommendations and share their passion for wine with their customers.

What makes L’Ànima del Vi truly special is its dedication to promoting sustainable and environmentally responsible practices by focusing on natural and organic wines. The ever-changing wine list showcases the best of local and international winemakers who share their commitment to the environment.



Address: Carrer Antic de Sant Joan, 3, 08003 Barcelona, Spain

+34 932 68 19 87

ELDISET is a cozy and contemporary wine bar nestled in the historic El Born district of Barcelona, offering an exceptional selection of both local and international wines. The inviting atmosphere, with its elegant design and warm lighting, creates the perfect setting for wine lovers to unwind and indulge in a delightful tasting experience. ELDISET prides itself on providing an extensive wine list that caters to various palates, complemented by a menu of delicious tapas crafted with high-quality ingredients to elevate the flavors of each wine.

The uniqueness of ELDISET lies in its dedication to showcasing the diverse world of wine through regular events and tastings, allowing guests to expand their wine knowledge and appreciation. Visitors are consistently impressed by the friendly and attentive staff, who are always on hand to offer expert guidance and personalized recommendations. Recent Winetraveler reviews highlight the wine bar’s intimate ambiance, delectable food pairings, and diverse wine selection that caters to both newcomers and seasoned wine enthusiasts.

Barcelona’s Top Neighborhoods for Wine and Food

El Born

El Born is an enchanting neighborhood in Barcelona’s Old Town, renowned for its narrow, medieval streets lined with trendy bars, boutique shops, and historic landmarks. It is an ideal destination for wine and food enthusiasts, who can savor the rich flavors of Catalan cuisine, sample exquisite tapas, and discover a vibrant collection of local and international wines. El Born is a perfect blend of the city’s rich history and modern culinary scene, providing an unforgettable gastronomic experience.


Known for its bohemian vibe and lively squares, Gràcia is a favorite among locals and visitors alike. This vibrant neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of traditional and modern eateries, wine bars, and craft breweries, allowing food and wine aficionados to explore a diverse range of flavors and culinary techniques. From authentic Spanish tapas to creative fusion dishes, Gràcia offers a truly delightful and varied gastronomic experience.


The Eixample district, characterized by its wide avenues and stunning modernist architecture, is home to some of Barcelona’s most distinguished restaurants and wine bars. Gourmands can indulge in exquisite fine dining experiences or enjoy more casual, yet equally delicious, fare at its numerous eateries. Eixample is a haven for wine enthusiasts, with a multitude of establishments offering carefully curated wine lists, knowledgeable staff, and exquisite food pairings.

Barri Gòtic

The Barri Gòtic, or Gothic Quarter, is the heart of Barcelona’s Old Town and a stunning showcase of the city’s rich history. Amidst its labyrinth of narrow, winding streets, food and wine lovers can discover a treasure trove of charming restaurants, tapas bars, and wine cellars. The fusion of traditional Catalan flavors and contemporary culinary innovations make the Barri Gòtic a gastronomic paradise for those seeking an authentic and diverse dining experience.


Poble-sec is a bustling neighborhood nestled at the foot of Montjuïc, offering a delightful mix of local and international cuisine. Its pedestrianized streets, such as Carrer de Blai, are famous for their lively atmosphere and concentration of tapas bars and cozy wine establishments. Poble-sec is the ideal destination for food and wine enthusiasts seeking an authentic taste of Barcelona’s culinary culture in a relaxed and convivial setting.

Guided Wine & Food Tours in Barcelona

If you’re unsure about navigating Barcelona’s extensive culinary scene by yourself, we’ve included a few highly-rated and easy to book walking tours and wine bar crawls led by locals who really know the cuisine of this magical city.

Frequently Asked Questions about Barcelona Wine Bars

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