The Best Wine Bars in Orlando

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Wine bars are such stellar spots for date night. So, here are some great date night-worthy wine bars in Orlando for couples who love wine, sultry spaces, and good company.

Imperial Wine Bar & Beer Garden

1800 N. Orange Ave
Orlando, FL 32804
If you’re looking for a wine bar in Orlando with a cozy, neighborhood feel, look no further than Imperial Wine Bar & Beer Garden. By day, this space is Washburn Imports, an exotic furniture store boasting some pretty spectacular pieces from around the world. At night, a wine bar emerges where you'll find an extensive wine list, featuring reds, whites, sparkling wines and dessert ports. They also have an extensive craft beer menu (draft, bottled and canned) and lots of small bites, like flatbread and charcuterie platters, to nosh. Imperial also has locations in Winter Park (170 E. Morse Blvd) and Sanford (116 E. 1st Street) that are just as lovely.

Imperial Wine Bar & Beer Garden

Quantum Leap Winery

1312 Wilfred Drive
Orlando, FL 32803
Located near Mills Avenue, Quantum Leap Winery is “Florida’s only sustainable winery.” Quantum Leap Winery's production model, which blends grapes from around the world onsite, reduces the carbon footprint associated with traditional wine production by utilizing low-carbon footprint vessels such as kegs, pouches or boxes. The place has a rustic, down-to-earth feel with wooden barrels everywhere and dimmed lighting. The Tasting Room is open Tuesday through Saturday. Check the events calendar for fun periodic events, like Wine & Yoga and Wine & Foot Massages.

Eola Wine Company

430 E. Central Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32801
Located just a hop, skip and a jump away from Lake Eola Park, Eola Wine Company is a wine bar that focuses on serving small production and boutique wines. The wine menu features 50 wines by the glass, an extensive reserve list available by request and more than 100 retail selections. They also have a beautiful patio to sit outside on and enjoy a glass of wine and light bites under the stars.

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Vines Grille & Wine Bar

7533 West Sand Lake Road
Orlando, FL 32819
Ideal for music lovers, Vines Grille & Wine Bar is a terrific place to enjoy a glass of pinot noir while enjoying live jazz music, which plays every night at the restaurant. With a wine menu more than 20 pages long, Vines features selections from almost every continent, every varietal and by a variety of increments (they even offer half bottle portions). They also serve dinner and have an award-winning happy hour food/drink menu.

VINIA Wine & Kitchen

444 W New England Ave #119
Winter Park, FL 32789
This couple-owned wine bar and restaurant is tucked away in Hannibal Square, not far from Park Avenue. Scratch-made tapas and entrees compliment the impressive European wine selection, while cozy booths and live music on Thursdays create the ideal date night atmosphere. The dessert flight is one of our favorite menu options, and you absolutely need to upgrade it to include the dessert wine flight pairing, too. 

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Dessert flight paired with wines (changes seasonally)

The Wine Room

270 S. Park Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
An area favorite, The Wine Room features more than 156 hand-selected wines available to sample via DIY wine dispensing machines. With a wine debit card that you add whatever denomination you choose to, you'll sip your way around The Wine Room via one, two-and-a-half or five-ounce pour sizes, priced accordingly. Hold on to your card because it’s reusable and trust me, you’ll be back to reuse it.

The Parkview

136 S. Park Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
Located in the heart of Winter Park on Park Avenue, The Parkview is a wine bar with a relaxed atmosphere and a great food selection to go along with its vast wine list. Go there for brunch (mimosa flights!), stop in for an after-work flight of wine or enjoy a full dinner. This place has it all!

The Wine Barn

959 W. Fairbanks Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
The Wine Barn is more than just your everyday wine bar; it is heaven for wine lovers. Not only do they have hundreds of wine varieties, stacked to the ceiling, Wine Barn also has amazing wood-fired pizza. You can order a pizza and then purchase a bottle of wine, which the staff will chill for you and serve.

The Wine Barn - Wine Bars in Orlando
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1196 Tree Swallow Drive, Ste. 1314
Winter Springs, FL 32708
Spill is a small spot in Winter Springs that has a vast list of wines to choose from along with an artisanal cheese platter that is so delicious. They also serve wine cocktails—like sangria and prosecco split. It’s a wine bar started by locals and made to have that “local feel” to it.

The Attic Door

8 W. Plant St.
Winter Garden, FL 34787
Self-proclaimed as the “swankiest little wine bar and live music venue,” The Attic Door looks just like a normal lounge bar from the outside but once inside it's classy meets whimsical. The lounge is filled with mixed and matched chairs, sofas and leather couches, along with unique pieces of décor and draperies hung everywhere. Add to that live entertainment and you've got the perfect ambience for a great date night.

More wine bars in Orlando we love…

Grape & The Grain Wine Bar
1110 Virginia Dr
Orlando, FL 32803

Swirlery Wine Bar
1508 E Michigan St
Orlando, FL 32806

The Vineyard
4848 S. Apopka-Vineland Road
Orlando, FL 32819

Digress Wine
1215 Edgewater Dr
Orlando, FL 32804

Jazz Tastings
164 Lake Ave.
Maitland, FL 32751

Feature image credit: The Wine Barn

2 Responses to “The Best Wine Bars in Orlando”

  1. Rose

    Love the wine bars list! How about a smart addition by listing ways to check them out without driving? An evening of wine bar hopping is tempting, but there must be resources for getting to and from tthese places other than uber and taxi. Many of your readers don’t live downtown. Sunrail doesn’t run on late nights and weekends. Staying overnight at nearby hotels can be an affordable option. Any other ideas?


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