Get ready to swirl, sip, and savor as we uncork the hidden gems of Miami for National Wine Day May 25! Whether you’re a wine connoisseur or just love to indulge in a glass of your favorite vino, Miami offers a vibrant wine scene that’s worth celebrating. From upscale wine bars to cozy tasting rooms, we’ve curated a list of the top 10 spots where you can raise your glass and toast to the joy of wine. So mark your calendars, wine enthusiasts, and join us as we embark on an unforgettable wine journey through the Magic City!

Here are 10 amazing spots to celebrate National Wine Day in Miami:


1. Rosa Sky Rooftop

Set high above the city in the heart of Brickell, Miami’s latest rooftop lounge, Rosa Sky Rooftop, invites guests to sip on some wine. Striking the perfect balance of scene and serene, Rosa Sky delivers panoramic views of the shimmering Miami skyline, premium hand-crafted cocktails and bottomless drink options, globally-inspired brunch bites and bold music that makes the visit special. Perched among the towering skyscrapers of Brickell, this vibrant rooftop lounge offers a selection of rosé, bubbles, white wine and red wine. From Antinori Scalabrone and Mionetto Prosecco to Chalk Hill Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon, there’s something for everyone. Subtle illuminations of accent fixtures, planters wrapped in neon lights, textured walls drenched in rotating vibrant lighting, and balanced décor all literally paint a picture of dusk melting into the night, bringing the vision of Rosa Sky to life in every detail of the design. The views aren’t the only thing guests will be coming back for.


2. Mau Miami

The food and wine scene in Miami has been flourishing and expanding as people are becoming more inclined to experiment and try different wines. What better way to pour a glass than on National Wine Day on May 25th. Maü Miami, the bohemian-Mediterranean restaurant located in Midtown Miami is serving up its extensive wine list featuring a variety of American, French, Argentinean, Spanish, New Zealand, and Greek whites and reds, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Indulge in a delicious piece of the Mediterranean while sipping on your preferred wine by the glass or bottle. And the best part? With the purchase of the first glass or bottle of wine, guests will receive a 2nd glass or bottle for 50% off before 8 pm! Whether you prefer a bold Cabernet Sauvignon or a crisp Greek white, Maü Miami has you covered. And don’t forget to save room for dessert! Maü also offers a selection of dessert wines that are the perfect way to cap off your meal. So come on down to Maü Miami and raise a glass to National Wine Day!


3. Leku

Leku is a new Basque restaurant that showcases the culinary traditions and culture of the Basque Country. You can savor their exquisite dishes, such as pintxos, tapas, paella, and grilled meats, and complement them with their curated selection of wines from Spain and beyond. You can also admire their elegant and minimalist decor, inspired by the art and architecture of the Basque region. Leku is a must-visit for anyone who loves wine and Basque cuisine.


4. Playa

Whether you’re looking to try a new bottle, better understand your wine selection and pairings, or simply unwind and enjoy a glass of wine, Playa invites you to share the love for wine this Thursday, May 25th. Lincoln Road’s Southern Mediterranean restaurant Playa, has a rather extensive wine selection, aside from their delicious red and white wines. With an impressive wine list featuring a range of red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Justin, Paso Robles, Pinot Noir, Benton Lane from Oregon, Malbec Altos from Mendoza, Argentina, and white wines including Sauvignon Blanc, Oyster Bay, Chardonnay Cambria Katherine and Pinot Grigio Barone Fini, you’re sure to find a wine that suits your taste buds. In celebration of this boozy holiday, guests can enjoy buy one get one 50% off ALL glasses and bottles of wine. At Playa, the wine selection is just as varied as the food menu—and that’s an understatement. Whatever your preference, Playa Miami has it. Sip and savor your wine of choice while indulging in Playa’s unique Southern Mediterranean dishes, carefully crafted by their talented chefs. Whether you’re in the mood for seafood or meat, vegetarian or gluten-free, there is something for everyone to enjoy. And with such a diverse selection of wines, you can experiment with different pairings to find your perfect match. Whether you’re a fan of bold reds or crisp whites, their impressive wine list is sure to satisfy your palate. National Wine Day is all about sipping and savoring. At Playa, the wine selection is just as varied as the food menu—and that’s an understatement. Whatever your preference, Playa Miami has it.


5. Vinya Wine & Market

Vinya is a lovely experience whether you’re trying to sit at the bar with a glass of wine and bacon-wrapped dates or have a proper sit-down dinner. Located in the former Stefano’s space in Key Biscayne, this relaxed yet refined brasserie, marketplace and tasting room features a large central bar and walls of coolers filled with bottles from all over the world and in all price ranges. Allegra Angelo, Vinya’s sommelier, is the driving force behind the impressive selection and the brand’s commitment to value.

6. Lido Bayside Grill

Lido Bayside Grill is a waterfront restaurant that offers stunning views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. You can enjoy their Mediterranean-inspired menu, featuring dishes like grilled octopus, lamb kebabs, couscous salad, and baklava. You can also sip on their refreshing wines, such as Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Grigio, Rosé, and Prosecco. Lido Bayside Grill is a wonderful place to celebrate National Wine Day with a scenic backdrop.

7. El Carajo

El Carajo is a hidden gem that combines a gas station convenience store with a fine wine shop and tapas bar. You can browse their impressive collection of over 2,000 wines from around the world, ranging from rare vintages to affordable finds. You can also enjoy their delicious tapas, such as croquetas, empanadas, cheese boards, and ham legs. El Carajo is a fun and quirky place to enjoy some wine and tapas in an unexpected setting.

8. Glass & Vin

Nestled amidst the lush, wild beauty of nature, Glass & Vine is a place where pretense falls away and guests can shake off the distractions and hubbub of everyday life. Lose yourself in an intimate secret garden by the sea. Partake of culinary creations featuring a bounty of locally-sourced ingredients and designed to be shared amongst groups. Experience a dazzling and diverse array of flavors and textures. Delight in the simple pleasure of good company and good food.. Glass & Vin is a place where you can enjoy some wine and food.

9. Happy Wine Calle Ocho

Happy Wine Calle Ocho has been around since 2005, long before wine bars became cool in South Florida. This mom-and-pop spot has more than 1000 labels and a knowledgeable and friendly staff, the Calle Ocho destination offers some of the best wine prices in town. A recommended strategy is to pick a bottle, and for a $7 corkage fee, enjoy it alongside one of the many tapa-style dishes while sitting at one of the wine-barrel-turned tables. There’s also live music Wednesdays through Saturday, so really, it’s impossible not to have a good time.

10. Lulu

Lulu is a vibrant and lively restaurant and bar that offers a fun and festive atmosphere. You can enjoy their eclectic menu, featuring dishes like tuna tartare, lamb sliders, paella, and key lime pie. You can also take advantage of their daily wine specials, such as half-price bottles on Mondays, $20 sangria pitchers on Tuesdays, and $5 glasses on Wednesdays. Lulu is a place where you can celebrate National Wine Day with some wine and cheer.

So there you have it: 10 amazing spots to celebrate National Wine Day in Miami. Whether you’re looking for a romantic date night, a casual hangout with friends, or a solo adventure, you’ll find a place that suits your mood and taste. Cheers to National Wine Day! 🍷