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Wine Wednesday, Sparkling Sunday, Merlot Mondays. Any day is a wine day if you want it to be.
Grab a friend, bae, or just a glass for yourself at one of these Charleston wine spots:
This Thursday July 26th, Bin 152 will be hosting Brian Lynch, the National Sales Director of Kermit Lynch. We will be featuring Cru Beaujolais wines and offering 3 & 5 ounce pours as well as flights. This is a great opportunity to taste these wines side by side and get in depth knowledge about the producers. We look forward to seeing everyone! #kermitlynch #crubeaujolais #bin152winebar
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Not just a wine bar, Bin 152 is also a cheese bar, art gallery, and antique market. This favorite wine spot is located in the French Quarter of downtown Charleston within walking distance of several inns and hotels. They offer over 40 different wines by the glass, 200 different wines by the bottle, and 40 different cheeses and charcuterie. Their hours are Monday through Sunday, 4 pm to 2 am.
Uncork is the self-proclaimed spot for “The Curious Explorer”. They offer wines from around the world and the staff is always available for great recommendations and insights. They have a selection of cheeses, charcuterie, small plates, and desserts for you to choose from. Happy hour is every Wednesday through Friday, 5 pm to 7 pm with 15% off all pours. They also offer 20% off food for all government employees.
Avondale Wine & Cheese is located in Avondale right across the Ashley River from downtown Charleston. Avondale Wine & Cheese is a wine and cheese bar with a variety of wines, cheeses, and gift baskets. While their wine comes from all around the world, a few of their cheeses are actually locally made. They serve red, white, and sparkling wine by the glass or bottle.
It’s all in the name; this is The Wine Bar. Located in Mt. Pleasant, The Wine Bar offers over 100 wines, 25 craft beers to choose from, and chocolates. Yes, you read that right. They have a selection of chocolates you can bite into while enjoying your vino. Happy hour is every Monday through Thursday, 4 pm to 7 pm and they have free wi-fi (work and wine?).
With so many new wine bars popping up around the city it was hard to choose just a few. Didn’t see your favorite on this list? Next time you’re at your favorite wine spot take a picture and tag us in it. We want to know about all the best wine bars in Charleston.