The 5 best wine bars in Prague
1) Strada del Vino
Taste by the glass or by the bottle. The wine list covers all Italian regions from Veneto to Puglia, but the owner, who will gladly share his know-how, clearly is in love with Tuscany. Try their Piadina or burrata with a good sprinkle of olive oil.
2) Na Břehu Rhôny
After a few trips to Provence, Filip Hotov and Karel Karafiát made it their mission to promote wines from Côtes-du-Rhône. They based their concept on bag-in-box wines so customers can choose from a wide selection at affordable prices.
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3) Veltlin Wine Bar
This bar was founded by a Czech-Polish poet called Bogdan Trojak. Every day they open different organic, natural biodynamic wines from all four corners of the former Habsburg Austrian-Hungarian Empire, i.e. from Northern Bohemia to Tuscany. Get ready for your most memorable Central European geography lesson.
4) Vinárna Náplavní
In 2012, an old taproom had to make way for this modern winery. The owner, Jiří Kalousek, invested his heart and soul into it, and the result is definitely worth it. They serve a good selection of Moravian and Hungarian wines from the barrel, starting at 14 CZK per 1 dcl.
5) U Zeleného Mnicha
Take a seat around one of the wine barrel tables and start tasting South Moravian wines that cost less than 1 euro per glass. Venture into the deli next door (same owner) to decide whether Hungarian sausages or Dutch cheese will prevent you from getting too drunk.
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