One of the world’s most important wine producers, Spain has plenty of prolific wine regions that generate a diverse and quality offering. If you’re staying in Barcelona, you have the opportunity to try them all, from crisp whites to robust reds, without the added expenses of importation.
In this article, ShBarcelona offers you a list of some great liquor stores and wine shops in the district of Sant Martí.
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Celler Sant Martí
At this urban wine cellar in the Poblenou neighbourhood, you’ll find a wide selection of Catalan wines, which you have the option to buy in bulk, enjoying great discounts.
This earnest and welcoming shop has a wine tasting space where the best of regional production is served to you right off the barrel. Considering wine to be a generous gift of nature, this shop shows gratitude by being an environmentally conscious business – all of its lighting is provided by LEDs and other low-consumption solutions. Celler Sant Martí is very nice wine cellar that is definitely worth a visit.
Address: Carrer de Sardenya, 92.
DVI – Vinoteca
Don’t be fooled by its dimensions – in this small shop, you can find a huge variety of carefully chosen wines and liqueurs. Not only that, it’s also the perfect place to buy all the accessories that no oenophile can live without – corkscrews, wine coolers, fancy glasses, etc.
For increased customer convenience, they also offer an online store, which is still quite a rare feature in the industry, so make sure to check it out. If you feel like going for some great wine with friends outside the house, the same owners are responsible for the MésDvi wine bar.
Address: Carrer de Marià Aguiló, 120.
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Vins de Poblenou
Owned by Caterina and Lluc Canet, two siblings with a shared passion for wine, Vins de Poblenou seeks to enlarge the horizons of its customers by providing a varied offer of great products from diverse origins.
They consider their field of work to be culture rather than just viniculture, as wine production and consumption are an essential part of the country’s identity and traditions. They often organize special wine tasting events, so keep up with their website to make sure you don’t miss out.
Address: Rambla del Poblenou, 131.
Now you know the best places to buy wine in Sant Martí. Which one are you going to visit first? As always, feel free to speak your mind using the comment box below.
Have fun and remember to drink in moderation!
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