The first images of Birmingham’s newest wine bar, Vinoteca, have been released ahead of its official launch on Monday 18th July.
Located within the iconic Paradise development at Two Chamberlain Square, Vinoteca will be the city’s largest wine venue, with 150 covers set across the 4,500 sq ft space.
The venue will cater for private tastings, parties, corporate functions and more, with a drinks list of over 200 wines, including organic and bio-dynamic varieties, from all over the world served by the glass or bottle. Opening just in time for the summer-heatwave, the venue boasts its own personal terrace, offering an additional 40 seats directly on the square overlooking the Chamberlain Memorial Fountain.
With a modern-British food menu, with a European twist, offering bar snacks, small plates, sharing platters and seasonal mains, guests can enjoy table service for full meals, or take a seat at the bar for a relaxed drink experience.
Birmingham’s head chef, Agoston Katona will also design a weekly set lunch menu that is exclusive to the Paradise venue, showcasing ingredients from sustainable and local producers.
For the full Vinoteca experience, guests can also explore ’wine paddle’ tasters, such as the ‘Acid Hound’, or ‘Pink Punk’, which each look to offer a discovery into the flavours and stories behind a carefully-curated collection of wines.
Working closely with producers across the world to select exciting and interesting wines to suit every budget and taste, founders, Brett Woonton and Charlie Young, have a mission to ‘redefine the wine bar’. The bright, open plan space, which features an 11-metre tall glass frontage, focuses on providing guests with a relaxed and laid-back environment where they can explore and enjoy new wines.
It’s been very exciting seeing the space come to life, and we’ve loved meeting local suppliers, neighbours and future Vinoteca visitors.
It has been clear to see how Birmingham has earned its reputation as a leading location for hospitality and leisure, and we can’t want to open our doors on 18th July.
To view the food and drink menu, or to book a table at Vinoteca, visit https://www.vinoteca.co.uk/locations/birmingham/.