One would think that in a city where beer is taken very seriously and consumed in large quantities, it’s hard to find a good wine bar. Au contraire, wine enthusiasts in the EU capital have quite a few options for all budgets. Here’s a list of the best wine bars in Brussels that I’ve been to so far. Cheers! 



A bar that celebrates wine. Here you can taste different wine labels in different quantities (full-glass or half-glass) thanks to a wine dispenser and accompany them with delicious tapas without breaking the bank. Etiquette has also a great terrace that overlooks the Abbaye de la Cambre, so it’s a good place for after work drinks on a sunny day too. > Read the full review here <



The perfect place to unwind and enjoy delicious tapas and wine at affordable prices. Le Petit Canon has arguably one of the best terraces in Brussels and is located between Avenue Louise and Flagey. Their tomato tapenade is a must-try! > Read the full review here <



My favourite wine bar in Brussels not only because of its broad wine selection but also its very tasty nibbles which come in generous potions and are very good value for money. Be sure to arrive early in order to find a table as this is definitely a popular spot! > Read the full review here <

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This is the place for natural wines, i.e. without any chemical additives. The selection is not huge but unique, and your wine is always served with a smile and a lot of knowledge on its story, which makes the whole experience even more enjoyable.  > Read the full review here <



A small wine bar with character in the heart of Chatelain where wine lovers will be happy. Great wine selection ranging from classic labels to more premium ones which you can also buy and take home. > Read the full review here <

Have you tried any of these places? Which are your favourite wine bars in Brussels?

Sandy (@smarksthespots)