Calling all wine connoisseurs! Arkansas has some amazing wine bars and we’re here to introduce you to a few of the best in the state. Whether it’s a full-bodied red you prefer or a lighter white wine, Arkansas’ best wine bars have a selection to suit your palate. Here are the 10 best in the state.
This spot has been Dickson Street tradition for more than two decades. Established in 2005, Bordinos provides a unique and welcoming atmosphere for any occasion and has been a winner of the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence every year since 2006. Get yourself to Bordinos and enjoy some of their refreshing wine by the glass or by the bottle!
This urban-styled wine bar is in the historic Tuf-Nut Lofts Building in downtown Little Rock’s River Market District. The fun and knowledgeable staff at ZIN can help you choose the right glass from their wine list that includes over forty varieties.
Located on Main Street in historic Eureka Springs, the Stone House is open Thursday through Sunday. The Stone House is popular for pairing amazing food with wine choices like Domaine Bousquet Grand Reserve Malbec and Apaltagua Chilean Costero Extra Brut.
Located on Kavanaugh Blvd in Little Rock, this wine bar is open seven days a week! With wine choices like Josh Cabernet Sauvignon, 7 Falls Merlot, and Silver Palm Chardonnay, you can’t go wrong at Next Bistro and Bar.
One of the best things about this cozy wine bar in Bentonville is Wine Down Wednesday. Not only can you enjoy live music by Dave Tessier at Ramo d’Olivo on Wednesdays, but wine is offered for $4 a bottle or $1 off per glass! While you’re there, be sure to check out the fantastic selection of olive oils and vinegars.
This relaxed wine bar is a popular gathering spot in the Central Arkansas community. Located along the trolley route on North Main Street, Crush Wine Bar has been serving the North Little Rock area since 2007. Area grape-lovers enjoy the bi-monthly Monday night wine tastings offered for just $15.
Located at the heart of downtown Fayetteville at the corner of West and Spring, Cork and Keg is a fun spot to enjoy a glass (or two) of wine. Cork and Keg offers wine by the taste, glass, half-bottle, or bottle.
It’s a natural state of mind here at Creekside Taproom in beautiful downtown Siloam Springs. Creekside Taproom keeps it local by offering wine selections from the Tontitown Winery and from the Post Familie Winery.
This cozy craft beer taproom and wine bar in downtown Rogers all started with a trip to Fayetteville. Brick Street Brews features fine wines from locations around the world, like Chile, Italy, California, Oregon, France, and Germany.
This casually elegant bungalow is located in Little Rock’s historic Hillcrest Neighborhood and is well-known for their house sangria. Sangria, of course, is a Spanish drink of red wine mixed with lemonade, fruit, and spices. Ciao Baci prides itself on its wine collection, which has the largest half-bottle selection in the Central Arkansas area.