Los 5 mejores bares de vino en Palermo

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Palermo es una zona ideal para salir a seducir el paladar con platos de autor acompañados de buen vino, por ejemplo en UCO, el restaurante de Fierro Hotel, donde ofrecemos justamente eso. Sin embargo, el vino se puede disfrutar de muchas formas, y para hacerlo, hay una amplia oferta de bares en la zona para descubrir lo mejor de las bodegas locales en los momentos en los que la boca no está distraída con nuestro menú degustación de siete pasos.

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JA! Lo de Joaquín Alberdi: Ubicado en Palermo Soho, esta alegre vinoteca es conocida y aplaudida tanto por sus vinos como por la amabilidad del servicio. Los jueves y viernes ofrecen degustaciones, y en otros días también se pueden coordinar degustaciones privadas a pedido.  Jorge Luis Borges 1772, Palermo Soho.

Pain et Vin: Esta vinería boutique y panadería gourmet es el lugar ideal para dejarse guiar por reconocidos enólogos que saben llevar las narices y los paladares por un amplio recorrido de vinos únicos locales. Gorriti 5132, Palermo Soho.

Autre Monde:  Quienes gustan de los libros y el vino pueden beber y leer en esta vinoteca que comparte espacio con la librería AlamutBorges 1985, Palermo Soho.

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Bar du Marché: A la vuelta de Fierro Hotel, este bar ofrece la combinación perfecta de vinos y quesos, al mejor estilo francés. También tiene un restaurante de sushi a puertas cerradas, Omakase, para los fanáticos de la cocina japonesa. Nicaragua 5946, Palermo Hollywood.

Ser y Tiempo: Este bar de vinos que comparte nombre con el famoso tratado de filosofía de Martin Heidegger, ofrece la posibilidad de relajarse a escuchar jazz con una copa de vino en mano. Gorriti 5910,  Palermo Hollywood.

Top 5 Wine Bars in Palermo

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Palermo is a great area to wine and dine, and at Fierro‘s restaurant UCO we are keen on offering the best grapes for just that. Wine however is not just a dinner thing, and there are a few lovely bars in the area to sample the local gems when you’re not a mouthful  with our seven course tasting menu.

SOHO

JA! Lo de Joaquín Alberdi: Located in the trendy Palermo Soho, this lively wine bar has a good reputation for both its wines and friendly service. They offer wine tastings on Thursdays and Fridays, and also, personalized tastings on request. Jorge Luis Borges 1772, Palermo Soho.

Pain et Vin: This boutique wine store and gourmet bakery is also a great place for wine tasting with star oenologists leading noses and palates through an ample range of unique wine varieties. Gorriti 5132, Palermo Soho.

Autre Monde:  If reading and wine is your thing, then this is the spot to shop for both a bottle and a book as the wine bar coexists in the same space with Alamut bookstore. Borges 1985, Palermo Soho.

HOLLYWOOD

Bar du Marché: For French style wine-ing with fromage, stop by this charming bar that also has a hidden closed door sushi restaurant called Omakase, and is right around the block from Fierro Hotel.  Nicaragua 5946, Palermo Hollywood.

Ser y Tiempo: Named after the famous philosophy treatise by Martin Heidegger, this wine bar combines Dionysian flavors with jazzy notes and a laid back atmosphere where you can taste boutique Argentine wines. Gorriti 5910,  Palermo Hollywood.

This Week: 7-14 April

Food Week is still going strong – what’s been your favourite restaurant so far? – while Argentina’s most legendary DJ is back in Buenos Aires for one night only. Plus a brand new exhibition in Palermo Soho. The next seven days in BA…

Monday

Via BASA

Via BASA

Long weekend? Longer week ahead? One bar that’s open on the barman’s day of rest is BASA. Head downtown and snap up the Moscow Mule (photo) – head bartender Ludo makes the ginger beer in house. Happy hour from 7pm. BASA Basement Bar, Basavilbaso 1328, Retiro.

Monday also sees our One Table dining event take place! Now taking reservations for 21 April.

Tuesday

Via Mass Media

Via Mass Media

Galería Foster Catena has just unveiled a brand-new exhibition by Elisa Strada called “Modelo para armar”. Works focus on painting and silk-screen printing on metal sheets and paper, inspired by urban demonstrations. Honduras 4882, first floor, Palermo Soho. Tuesdays to Saturday, 1pm to 7.30pm. Until 30 April.

Wednesday

Via Bar du Marché

Via Bar du Marché

What day of the week is it? Hump day, clearly, so given that Malbec World Day is creeping ever closer (17 April, grape fans), why not have a tipple at Hollywood wine bar Bar du Marché? With more than 50 wines by the glass, you’ll surely find the wine of your dreams, even if it’s just for one night. Nicaragua 5946, Palermo Hollywood.

Thursday

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There’s still a few more days to take advantage of the 40 restaurants under the Buenos Aires Food Week promo, and our very own Hernán Gipponi is one of them! Lunch is a snip at 140 pesos while dinner weighs in at 220 pesos. Soler 5862, Palermo Hollywood. Reservations: 3220-6820.

Friday

Via Park Hyatt

Via Park Hyatt

There’s another epic wine tasting event on the cards tonight as we continue the run-up to Malbec World Day. Tonight, the Palacio Duhau – Park Hyatt hosts a food and wine pairing fit for the gods in a stunning setting. Alvear 1661, Recoleta. 7pm. Reservations: 5171-1204.

Via Windish Agency

Via Windish Agency

And if electronic music is more your thing, Argentina’s most legendary DJ, Hernán Cattaneo, is back in town for one night. Catch him bringing the house down with his beats at State tonight. State, Alsina 940, Monserrat. Tickets here.

Weekend

There’s more Malbec mayhem on Saturday when Bodegas de Argentina sets up workshops and tasting all around Buenos Aires. Well-known wineries participating include Bianchi, Alfredo Roca, Luigi Bosca, Tapiz, Nieto Senetiner, Norton, Rutini, El Esteco, Trapiche, Casarena, Las Perdices, Sophenia, Secreto Patagónico and Vistalba. Free, but please contribute with non-perishable goods. In Spanish. For the full schedule, go here.

Via Manu Padilla

Via Manu Padilla

Plus PM Open Air Music holds its final outdoor session of the summer. it’s sure to be a cracker – dancing, in the day, by the river! – so check their Facebook for more info.

Wine and Cheese at Bar du Marché

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Cozy and Palermo centered, Bar du Marché is a great spot to sip wine, nibble cheese and watch out the window at the passers by or the dripping rain. As its name implies, the wine-bar/bistro is French inspired and has a great wine and cheese selection as well as café food (best to go for the wine and cheese).

Additionally, a mysterious staircase leads to a closed door Japanese restaurant for up to 12 people where the chef is in charge of seducing his customers with 5 course sushi-filled dinners. Nicaragua 5946, Palermo. 4778-1050.