Author: Tiesha Burgess

The heart of the Perth CBD boasts an inner-city wine appreciation like no other, bringing a host of international and local producers right to your glass. Whether you are new to wine or possess a seasoned palate these wine bars have got you covered with attentive staff, creative pairings and inspiring spaces that will urge you to stay a little longer. Check out our selection of top wine bars in the CBD below.

Heritage Wine Bar

Heritage is everything a wine bar should be with their #100winepour. Yes, it means what you think it does; 100 wines ready to pour by the glass. Plus, the sophisticated decor will tempt you to stay for just one more.



Petition Wine Bar & Merchant

Boasting a highly stylized and sophisticated environment, Petition’s knowledgeable staff can assist new tasters through to the most developed palates. The bar’s strong focus on organic and bio-dynamic production is an added bonus.



Lalla Rookh

At this intimate 27-seat enoteca-style bar sommelier Jeremy will navigate through over 300 labels to find your perfect drop. In turn, you will learn about the great regional diversity and strong showing from the bar’s selection of low intervention winemakers.



Check out more wine bars in the CBD below.

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