Best Wine Bars In Denver


If you plan to visit Denver soon, knowing where to go ahead of time is always essential. Apart from including the art museum, parks, and zoos in your itinerary, make sure to visit the best wine bars in Denver. Visiting such places will allow you to experience the local life. And who knows if you can make real friends – both local residents and tourists. 

We know that it could be a tedious job to find the best wine bars in Denver. And that is why we did the leg work. We have here a few that exceeded our expectations, and we’re sure you will enjoy it as much as we did.

Deep Roots Winery and Bistro

First to make it to our list of the Best Wine Bars in Denver is Deep Roots Winery and Bistro. It is known as the city’s favorite, and we perfectly understand why. According to them, their wines are crafted with their family’s roots, and they are passionate and filled with integrity. Quite frankly, that’s profound for a winery, and it leaves an impression that their offering is nothing short of outstanding. 

You might want to try their Colorado Cabaret Sauvignon, 5-year aged gouda, and salami. We bet it’s going to be a fine night if you choose this winery in Denver.  

Address: 1516 Wazee Ste A Denver, CO 80202

Bar Max 

Are you looking for a wine bar that can accommodate 40 people and has a great selection of wines and food? Bar Max is here to save the day – or night. 

Go ahead and try 2X HH Sparkleberry, 2X Last Word, and 2X Sakura. And for some reason, their popcorn is way better than what we’ve tried at the local cinemas. So it’s also a must-have.

Address: 2412 E Colfax Ave Denver, CO 80206

Carboy Winery

This is also known as the state’s fastest-growing winery. Carboy can give you a lot of experiences from hosting an event, being part of the wine club, or joining their tastings. Whether you are a local or tourist, visiting Carboy Winery is a must. 

For the White Wines, make sure to try the Roussane and Viognier. Our favorites from their Red Wine are the Carboy Red Blend and Pinot Noir. They also have beers, if that’s what you prefer. 

There are also a lot of food selections to choose from. Their Braised Short-Rib Slider is an excellent choice. The same goes for the Warm Roasted Mushrooms and Lamb Meatballs. 

Address: 400 E 7th Ave Denver, CO 80203

Sienna Wine Bar & Small Plates 

For those who are looking for a place in Denver where you can taste wines from different parts of the globe, we recommend Sienna Wine Bar & Small Plates. What’s great about this wine bar is that they offer drinks in various price ranges. Whether you want to splurge or to spend a little, we’re pretty sure they have something for you. 

We would like you to try out the Poéma Cava Brut Rosé, Le Charmel Rosé, Côtes de Provence, and 8 Second Kölsch. For the food, go for the Insalatta Capresina Dolce and Ratatouille. 

Address: 3422 E 12th Ave Denver, CO 80206


Do you love books and wine? We’ve found the perfect place for you. It’s the Bookbar

The name says it all, it’s for all the book and wine lovers out there. It doesn’t even matter if you are with someone or traveling on your own. You will be mesmerized by the wide selection of reads and wines. 

You might want to get the Caprese & Hobbes, Silvia Platther, Cheese Wedge, and Salmon Salad. For the wine, our top picks would be Aveleda Vinho Verde, Ventisquero Sauv Blanc, and ​Woop Woop Shiraz. 

Address: 4280 Tennyson St Denver, CO 80212

Barcelona Wine Bar RiNo

Are you craving for some authentic tapas and quality wine? If yes, go straight to Barcelona Wine Bar RiNo. It’s a clean and rustic cuisine that wine enthusiasts would love to explore. 

They have a wide selection of Wines, Sangria & Cocktails, Beers, and Reds. For their beers, we love the Avery Brewing – White Rascal and Great Divide, Hercules Double IPA. And for their food, it is simply a challenge to pick a favorite. Everything we tasted was over the top. But since we were given a hard task to choose, we shall pick their Spiced Beef Empanadas, Truffled Bikini, Bacon Wrapped Dates, and Crispy Calamari. 

If you still have room for desserts, their Burnt Basque Cheesecake is to die for. 

Address: 2900 Larimer St Denver, CO 80205

Local Jones 

What makes Local Jones stand out is that it has that inviting atmosphere wherein you would just want to relax and have a great time with your families and friends. With a good selection of drinks paired with mouth-watering foods, this will be one of your favorite places in Denver. 

If you are looking for private or semi-private dining areas, they got you covered. It’s perfect for small groups and could comfortably sit 12 – 20 people. Whatever you need, from menu, flowers, and A/V, their team will be of great help. 

Local Jones has a separate menu for Brunch and Dinner. We highly recommend their Oysters on the Half Shell, Beef Tartare, LJ Cheeseburger, House Smoked Salmon, and Stuffed French Toast. 

Don’t forget to try out The Confluence with blanco tequila and Leopold Bros.  

Address: 249 Columbine St Denver, CO 80206

Lady Jane 

Many locals will also recommend that you visit Lady Jane. It’s a cocktail bar, and they only provide well-curated drinks. What’s great is that they use local ingredients, which means a unique experience for the tourists. 

It opened in 2018, but has already made a huge noise in the local scene. Apparently, their menu is highly suggested, and it’s a great place where you can spend quality time with friends and family. 

Take note that their menu is constantly changing every year. That’s a good thing because even if you visit Denver multiple times, you are sure to get something new from Lady Jane.

Choose from the Teacher’s Pet, Water Under the Bridge, Jolene, and the Wild Rumpus.   

Address: 2021 W 32nd Ave Denver, CO 80211

CRÚ Food & Wine Bar

Here’s another great wine bar in Denver perfect for group dining. Whether you have a private and semi-private gathering, this place will not disappoint because of the great ambiance and fantastic menu. You can find Cru Food & Wine Bar in Denver’s oldest and most historic block. That should be enough for you to pay this place a visit. 

Have an Avocado Toast or Smoked Salmon Board. The Napa Burger is also a crowd favorite, so you must give it a shot. And if you are in the mood for a sandwich, their Crispy Chicken Sandwich is utterly satisfying. Don’t forget to include the Black Truffle Pizza and The Butcher. 

Address: 1442 Larimer St Denver, CO 80202r

Hudson Hill 

If you are searching for the finest cocktails, wine, beer, spirits, and even coffee, then you must go to Hudson Hill. It’s open seven days a week, so you can already go right now. 

You better get your hands on their Patient Cottat, Nicolas Perrin, and LaMaialina. For the food, they offer breakfast, pastries, snacks, and of course cheese. We’ve tried several items from their menu, and we would come back for more of their Breakfast Burrito, Ham & Cheese Croissant, and Fresh Baguette with French Butter. 

It’s hard to find any fault from this wine bar.  

Address:  619 E 13th Ave Denver, CO 80203

Noble Riot Wine Bar 

Everything about this wine bar is noble, and it would be a shame if you will not check out this place. The Noble Riot Wine Bar has a team of passionate individuals with the mission to offer the best wines in the city. And by the looks of it, they have already reached the goal, and we don’t think they will ever stop. 

You should try out their Fava Bean Tartine and Basket of Riot Fries. We also encourage you to get the Pet-Nat Party Pack, Orange Wine Party Pack, and the Somm’s Picks! With these, you will always have options, and it’s perfect if you are going to spend the night with a group. 

Address: 1336 27th St Denver, CO 80205 

Cana Wine Bar 

They say that Cana Wine Bar is a true Denver gem, and we couldn’t agree more. If you want to experience a homey feel, this should be a part of your itinerary. 

This winery can accommodate groups, and they also have a patio where you can have a more intimate gathering with close families and friends. 

Make your stay even more enjoyable with Siglo Saco, Chateau Boulin-Bordeaux, Muirwood – Arroyo Seco Monterey, DanoRita and Manhattan. You can pair your drinks with their famous Hummus & Pita or their Large Plate with dark chocolate, assorted crackers, five cheeses, olive antipasto, and salami. 

Address: 2554 S Broadway Denver, CO 80210


If we are to be honest, this list is just partial. There are many wine bars in Denver that you must try for yourself. It’s as if the entire city values quality food and wine, and that is something you shouldn’t miss. 

For now, you can use our guide and make sure to end your day with amazing food paired with the loveliest wines and cocktails in Denver. 

Summer Thatcher
Summer Thatcher
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