Cosy spots for a glass (or two) of red
The chilly winter months are upon us, and we’re more than ready to curl up with a glass of red wine at some of our favourite spots along the lane.
There’s something about a slight chill in the air that has us craving a glass of something red – luckily, Fish Lane houses a handful of venues with some of the world’s best drops to get your winter vibes flowing.
Fish Lane favourite La Lune Wine Co represents owner Paul McGivern’s vision of the ideal wine bar: stylish, social, and inventive. With one of the finest wine lists in Brisbane, La Lune is the cosy urban wine bar (and eatery) of your dreams.
Intimate hole-in-the-wall Maker is the chic, minimalist bar you’ve been searching for. While Maker specialises in eclectic cocktails, they also have an on-trend list of high-class wines and craft beers, and a delightful charcuterie cabinet to pair with your pinot. Ready to warm you up from the inside out, the award-winning bartenders will make your day.
Radiating elegance and class, Maeve is a wine-lover’s delight, tucked away upstairs in the glorious heritage-listed Queensland National Bank building. This European-style wine bar boasts an impressive wine selection, with emphasis on smaller producers and rare varieties from Australia and beyond.
Wandering Cooks is devoted to fresh, local goods and supporting Australian producers, and no exceptions were made when crafting their vast wine menu. Set in a bustling outdoor garden space, the bar is just one part of ever-evolving artisan food and drink incubator that is Wandering Cooks.
Whether you’re wanting a quiet drink to warm up, or a boozy, Burgundy-filled night with friends to beat the winter chill, Fish Lane is full of cosy venues ready to pour you your next glass of winter wine.