Wine Bars in Mexico City, Flickr: beraldoleal

Indulge in a Taste of Mexico City!


Rich in culture and culinary extraordinaire, Mexico City is one of those places where you’ll always find a traditionally good meal. While tequila is meant to enjoy a little later in the night, why not pair your meal with a nice wine. Don’t miss out on the leisurely opportunities to sit in a nice restaurant or bar and mellow out while the rest of Mexico City buzzes away.

Riedel Wine Bar:
Looking for that over the top experience? Riedel Wine Bar is one of the nicest places in Mexico City to enjoy wine by the glass. You can enjoy a variety of international selections from all over the world. This impressive bar is in the lobby of the Hilton Hotel Centro Historico, right in the center of town. You can try over 250 labels of fine wine in a great ambiance.

Bellini Restaurant: Visit the largest revolving restaurant in the world, located in Mexico City and find yourself in wine heaven. Bellini is located on the 45th floor of Mexico City’s World Trade Center. This is a place for everyone, whether you’re on a romantic date, or even looking to party with some friends. Just make sure not to have too much wine or the revolving restaurant will really throw you off course!

El Encrucijada: This off-the-beaten path location is perfect for someone who loves a quaint place with great wine. El Encrucijada is a nice little wine bar in the Condesa area in Mexico City. You’ll learn all about pairing tapa dishes with their wine and the long history of Mexican wineries. This urban-modern place has really influenced other wine bars to open up in the region.

Casa Madero: Of course, when you think of Mexico, you imagine there isn’t such a big wine culture. But, the oldest winery in Mexico is also the oldest in the Americas. Casa Madero takes pride in being the first winery in the Americas since 1597 when the Spanish introduced wine. IT now exports wine all over the world. You’ll have a few hours North of Mexico City, but the free wine tour is worth the trek. And, you can buy bottles to bring back home, making it worth your time.

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