A top-end of town wine mecca, sitting opposite Parliament House. Dark-timber paneling, a tiled bar and assured, natural wine service: You could be in France. You could be in Spain. Because Melbourne is a truly international city. Twenty wines by the glass—Germany, Georgia, Australia, Sicily, Burgundy—always changing. The food offering is one of the best in the city, from a tapas-style range through to more serious plates and an excellent cheese board. For Melbourne wine industry professionals, it is another default position.
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