Top 5 Places to Buy Wine in Barcelona

This blog post was originally posted on January 22, 2016, and was updated on September 8, 2017.

Looking for great places to buy wine in Barcelona? The list is a long one of course! Check out our top 5 favorite Barcelona wine shops all around the city!

Looking for the best place to buy wine in Barcelona? There are many! Take our suggestions, and don't forget the cava!

La Vinícola

Though La Vinícola is relatively new to the Barcelona wine scene (opened in 2014), it’s quickly joined the ranks of the top wine shops in Barcelona, stocking its shelves with an impressive supply of Catalan wines. The central location, just a stone’s throw from the wide Diagonal Avenue and Paseo de Gracia in the Eixample Dret, also adds to the appeal! It’s one of our top places to buy wine in Barcelona, hands down!

Address: Carrer de Girona, 123

Bodega Maestrazgo

What can we say, we love Bodega Maestrazgo! The long corner bodega on the commercial Sant Pere Mes Baix Street is a local favorite not only to buy wine but also to consume it. Enjoy their wine by the glass while you debate over which bottle to take home. In our opinion, it truly is one of the best places to buy wine in Barcelona!

Address: Sant Pere Més Baix, 90

We love some of the most authentic and best bodegas in Barcelona! They are the best places to buy wine in Barcelona for sure! Check out our favorites here!
We visit Jose on some of our fun-filled wine evening tours!

Local’s Tip: Visit this great spot on our Wine Tasting and Tapas Tour in Barcelona—or head outside of the city on our Barcelona winery tour and visit the prettiest wine shop in Spain.

La Leonesa

The concept of colmados, traditional greengrocers, is slowly disappearing in Barcelona. Or so you think until you stumble upon La Leonesa. This is a historically protected shop in the Gothic Quarter. Inside you’ll find a wide array of Spanish and Catalan wine, cava, cheese, charcuterie and other gourmet products also!

Address: Carrer del Ample, 46

Vila Viniteca

Vila Viniteca is perhaps the wine authority in Barcelona – no other wine shop in Barcelona shares the same reputation as this generational bodega, which also boasts a tasting room and gourmet shop on the same street in the beautiful medieval Born district. Not to mention, just stepping into the shop is an experience in itself.

Address: Carrer dels Agullers, 7

Vila Viniteca is the authority on wine in Barcelona. Find all sorts of wonderful Spanish and Catalan wines in this corner shop in the Born, one of the best places to buy wine in Barcelona.
The gorgeous Vila Viniteca! Photo credit: Javier Lastras.

 

Sentits BCN

Sentits is a lovely wine shop in Barcelona that is inviting to all sorts of wine-lovers! Its cozy atmosphere is perfect to shop around without pretensions. Whether you’re looking for tastings, workshops or just a few bottles to take home, this is your stop!

Address: Carrer de Bailen, 88

Looking to escape the city? Our Winery Tour with Farm-to-Table Lunch is perfect for you! Check out the experience and what our guests have to say about it in the video below.

Love wine? Love to drink wine? Love to drink wine with delicious food? Join us on a food and wine tour, and let us show you all about the wonderful wines of Spain. Also, not to mention specifically in Catalonia! There’s no better way than food and wine to really understand a culture, right? Book soon to reserve your spot!

5 Comment

  1. […] Though cava is the star of celebrations like weddings, birthdays and New Years, it’s also very much an everyday drink. Most restaurants and bars will serve it by the glass, no matter the status of the establishment, and there are loads of no-frill cava bars that are always buzzing with local activity. Cava has zero pretension attached to it, another reason why we love it! If you’d like to buy some to enjoy at home, check out our favorite places to buy wine in Barcelona. […]

  2. […] of our favorite wine shops in Barcelona hosts all sorts of different wine tastings in their beautiful bodega and private tasting room. Keep […]

  3. Ian McMillan says: Reply

    Poor web site
    No consistent information about each store like where they are located
    No help to a non resident of Barcelona

    1. Lauren Aloise says: Reply

      Hi there Ian– the post does include addresses under each suggestion, and links out to each listing’s website when possible. What more do you need?

      1. Lalli Leipäjuusto says: Reply

        Half a brain and a map. But I guess that is something that only the residents of Barcelona possess. Oh wait, I’m almost from the north-pole and had 0 trouble finding anywhere in BCN the first time I visited. But I possess some next-level black magic in my little thin box of wonder. A real magician never reveals his tricks, but let’s just say it has something to do with google-maps and gps. Oh and had no trouble getting a prepaid 4G data-sim for my mobile either… oh crap, now I revealed it.

        But some people…

        P.S. Oh and before this space-age mambo jumbo I used paper maps. Would have found any of these establishments on such a magic scroll also.

        P.P.S. Not sure if trolling or just really stupid. 🙁

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