Put A Cork In It! 6 Of The Best Wine Bars In Noosa And Beyond
Plonk onBy Astrid Taemets | 6th December 2022
Got a weakness for a crisp white at the end of a hot summer’s day? Then make a beeline for the shores of Noosa and its surrounds, where you’ll find a plethora of boutique wine bars pouring your favourite drop.
Whether it’s a Chablis, Pinot Gris, or Chardonnay that hits the spot, swish it down with our pick of the best wine bars in Noosa and beyond. Salut!
By the way, we consider everyone in this list the best of the best! To make finding your next favourite that much easier, we’ve ordered the list alphabetically by suburb and also have filtering tabs for your convenience. Did we miss someone from the list? Let us know here! Hide the form
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- North Brisbane
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Apéro Wine Bar
Mix up your midweek aperitif and snag a spot at this stunning European-style wine bar along the Noosaville esplanade, which pays homage to the Euro tradition of meeting friends for aperitif (i.e. our fave past time). The sleek venue draws you in off the Noosa River boardwalk with this richly decorated space, and of course, a tantalising wine list and nibbles. From freshly shucked oysters to anchovies, a stint here is like a quick sojourn to the South of France. As for the drinks list, French wines and classic cocktails are here to quench your thirst.
Atelier Wine Bar
Wine down in style! Find yourself immersed in rare wines from around the world, set within the most gorgeous fit out. For those who love sharing a vino with old and new friends, this unique and contemporary space is pouring rare and premium wines by the glass. Specialising in French and Italian drops, Atelier pride themselves on offering a unique list that you won’t find on every corner.
Glass of Chenin Blanc, anyone?
Theo’s Social Club
If an intimate wine bar is more your scene, sip back and enjoy an afternoon of indulgence with your pick of Theo’s finest drops. Located in the trendy Noosa Junction, this hole-in-the-wall venue is the ideal spot for an afternoon tipple with a side of nibbles. Their alfresco tables are the perfect spot to people watch while the sun sets, while the bar seating and inside benches are the best way to involve yourself in the hustle. Be sure to get there early – Theo’s is walk-ins only!
Rickys River Bar
Sitting pretty beside Noosa institution Rickys restaurant, this is the ultimate spot to indulge in a range of premium wines while taking in front row water views. Enjoy bites like cured local kingfish and spanner crab spaghettini, and take your pick from French drops and tantalising cocktails. Bookings are essential.
Drawing heavily on Italian traditions, Locale Noosa is the place to sit and while away the day nibbling on a seasonally changing menu created with local produce –oh, and a crisp wine to boot. Prego! Just a few steps back from the golden sands of Noosa’s Main Beach on Hastings Street, expect bites like handmade pasta, traditional Italian antipasti, and desserts accompanied by a curated list of local and imported wines. Yeah, we’ll drink to that.
Sails Wine Bar
Tucked away behind iconic lunch spot, Sails, this wine bar is the pick of places to grab a chilled Chardy after a hot day on the sand. Tucked discreetly behind Massimo’s on Hastings Street, follow the wooden deck past Palm Noosa and enter through the golden doors to this plush speakeasy. With one of the largest collections of wines in Queensland housed in their climate-controlled cellar, you’ll find bottles of Henschke, Penfolds Grange, Salon, and Chateau Margaux. Thirsty yet?