First, I would like to say a few words about my opinions about wine-moments, and the wine bars in Copenhagen, which have become wildly popular the last few years. I love to share some good moments over a good glass of wine (mostly natural wines) during the evenings, but most of wine bars are either way too expensive for my taste or too crowded. Obviously when it gets crowded, the noise is overwhelming and that kind of ruins the moment for me.
My reason for saying this is to point out why Vinbodegaen is perfect for me.
I like to come here in the early hours or during the weekdays when I can get the competent waiter’s attention and service, and have a chat with a friend without having to shout in his ear. I can’t do that in the German Biergartens or after 02:00 at a club.
For me a wine bar is a place to relax, chat and learn new stuff about the extraordinary world of wines and tastes. I also really like that the waiter is willing to let you taste the wines before you buy, and also takes the time to explain about the different kinds of liquid grapes behind the desk.
Down the street is also a very good beer bar called Svejk, and on the other side of the road you can get one of the best burgers in town at Café Sokkelund. So take a stroll down the street one day and enjoy.