For the wine obsessed and for those wine lovers who just love to relax, Brooklyn is slowly becoming a wine lover’s haven. These relaxing and exciting wine bars offers tasteful food and wine
Black mountain wine house, Union Street
This black mountain wine house is a great relax spot and getaway. The black mountains wine house is a quaint neighborhood spot that avoids the requisite pretentiousness of most wine bars, thanks to the quiet country Adirondack chairs on its porch and its farmhouse like accessories. In a kitchen smaller than most coat closets, chefs working in full view of patrons turn out simple gourmet but exquisite cuisine such as house paté, white-bean crostini, and a selection of cheeses. The black mountains wine house is a ever evolving one where the menu often changes so this is not the place to order your usual drink, but a getaway for those looking to relax and sip a different exquisite kind of wine every day or every now and then.
Rucola, Dean Street
Rucola is a small attractive Northern Italian restaurant on the historic corner of Boerum Hill in Brooklyn. Rucola is a special spot for vegetarians because it uses mostly locally grown organic produce. Dinner features seasonal selections such as whole roasted brook trout, acorn squash and raddichio, and rigatoni bolognese. With its Italian accents and food, its exquisite selection of superb Italian wines, and it quaint farm house look, this wine house is a must see for wine lovers.
Basil Pizza and wine house, Kingston Ave.
Basil pizza is one of Brooklyn’s gems for wine tasting Located in Crown Heights, Basil is an Italian bistro specializing in unique menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night specialties that will tantalize all of your wine loving senses. They offer distinct and unique combinations and offer all kosher.
Brooklyn winery is an urban winery that crafts boutique small batch wine and seasonal eats and hosts full-service catering at weddings and corporate events. The Brooklyn winery has an old fashioned look which makes it quaint and quiet among the bustling city. It offers special combinations and has a bit of an olden WWII kind feel to it with its long communal tables and its tin ceilings.
All of these wine bars offer amazing service and amazing combinations of delicious and scrumptious food. So what are you waiting for? Get wine tasting! Enjoy!