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(English) The 5 Best Places to Try Vermouth in Barcelona

By | 22 February, 2018 | 0 comments

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Vermouth had disappeared from our bars, restaurants and daily lives quite a while ago, but the fortified wine is back on trend and gaining many new ardent fans. Enjoyed as an aperitif before a meal or just in the company of friends, a Vermouth in Barcelona is one thing you definitely have to try now that it’s back in fashion. Below, we’ll show you five of the best places to sample some Vermouth on your next trip to Barcelona.

Vermouth in Barcelona



Bar Seco, on Paseo de Montjuïc

Located in a fabulous little spot, Bar Seco is one of the places preferred by Vermouth connoisseurs. Have you ever heard of the termslow food? It’s all about sustainable, local and 100% quality products. Well that’s exactly Bar Seco’s philosophy when it comes to serving up great food and quality Vermouth.

Quimet i Quimet, in Poeta Cabanyes

Specialists in draft wines, they have a Vermouth on tap for even the most discerning palates, and when accompanied by some of the high-quality tapas that Quimet i Quimet is famous for, you’ll quickly understand the secret to their success.

Balius, in Pujades

Known as a cocktail bar specialising in Vermouth, Balius is a place where you can enjoy a tipple of just about every Vermouth you could ever think of, on tap, bottled, white, red or rosé, they have every variety under the sun. To go with your glass, try some of their salted fish or tapas dishes that simply ooze quality Aragonese and Castilian cuisine.

Tarannà, in Viladomat

Soft music, dark wood and solid brick interiors, just picture the tranquil scene at Tarannà. They specialise in Vermouth and craft beers, where every selection is packed with quality and flavour, so you simply can’t go wrong. What’s more, they produce their own organic snacks in-house that go perfectly with a refreshing glass of Vermouth.

Bodegueta Cal Pep, in Canalejas

Vermouth and a great range of fish tapas, that’s exactly what you’ll find at Bodegueta Cal Pep. A true delight for the palate, barnacles, clams, sea snails and peperinis, anchovies and cheese stuffed peppers, those are just some of their amazing specialities to try alongside your Vermouth.

The world of Vermouth has resurfaced in recent years with a vengeance, and now you know the five best places to sample a glass or two. Don’t forget, a great Vermouth should always go alongside some delicious tapas! To add to your list of the best Vermouth bars in Barcelona to try, take a look at our other blog posts.

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