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Popular Non-alcoholic Wine Bars in Melbourne

The demand for non-alcoholic beverages has skyrocketed recently, and Melbourne has enthusiastically embraced the mindful drinking movement. There are several excellent non-alcoholic wine bars available today.

Here is a list of the top non-alcoholic wine bars in the area.

The first permanent non-alcoholic bar and distillery in Australia is called Brunswick Aces. You won’t be shortchanged on flavour because it makes its 0% gin, Sapiir, on-site using the same botanical profile as its full-strength spirits. You may also try it in one of the city’s most stunning selections of well-made non-alcoholic beers, wines, and spirits.

Black Pearl

It should come as no surprise that Black Pearl – one of the top cocktail bars in the world, lays an equal focus on the calibre of its non-alcoholic beverages. A savoury shaken drink containing Lacto-fermented tomato, lemon juice, honey, ginger, and Lyre’s Italian Spritz has previously been one of the year’s highlights.

Victoria Hotel Footscray

This historic corner pub is presenting a monthly exploration of the ever-expanding realm of non-alcoholic beverages through the end of October. You can sample the products and get to know the people behind the brands in each instalment, which focuses on a different area of the industry.

Mrs Bruxelles

You’re covered with the non-alcoholic creations heavy on Lyre and Seedlip ingredients on Madame’s list for those who abstain. There is a rooftop-ready alternative here for you, whether you’re in the mood for a spritz or sour.


Benchwarmer is one of the popular bars in the city, filled with uncommon non-alcoholic beers from places like To Ol in Denmark and other places. It offers a savoury shaken drink containing Lacto-fermented tomato, lemon juice, honey, and ginger.


Fable serves a variety of non-alcoholic drinks. If drinking virgin cocktails at a bar in a skyscraper sounds more like your style, Fable serves up some of the best around. The Sancho Panza with orange citrate, watermelon cordial, and lime is available at Fable.

Boilermaker House

Boilermaker House doesn’t abandon the sober audience despite being one of the nation’s greatest temples to beer and brown liquor. There is a blended mango drink that is modelled after well-known Australian ice cream, as well as a fizzy, non-alcoholic beverage made with aloe vera nectar, pear cardamom, and verjuice.