There are a few things Spain does better than anyone else: jamón, olive oil and wine!
Sevillanos love their wine, and it shows in the wide variety of wine shops in Seville. From popular Rioja, hailing from the north of Spain, to sherry wines produced just outside the city, the Andalusian capital is a wine lover’s paradise. No matter what you’re craving, you’re sure to find your new favorite bottle at one of these incredible wine shops in Seville.
Federico Flores and his family have become somewhat legendary on the Seville food scene. The family’s latest venture, Flores Gourmet, is an all-in-one wine shop, gourmet grocery store, and tapas bar. The sleek, modern space opened in 2011 and has quickly become a local favorite.
With more than 30 wines available to taste by the glass and dozens more bottles to take home, this beautiful, modern store is easily one of the best wine shops in Seville. Make a day of it and grab a table on the sunny terrace to enjoy delicious tapas made in-house!
Address: Calle San Pablo, 24
Lama La Uva
Lama La Uva was founded with a singular mission: to bring some of Andalusia’s lesser-known-yet-equally-delicious wines and food products to light. Founder and owner Ana, who hails from nearby Cádiz, aimed to create more than just a wine shop. “It’s also an experiential place, where people feel at home,” she told Seville news source ABC when the store opened in 2016.
The minimalist space is just a stone’s throw from Seville’s famous “Setas” and home to some of the best wines in Andalusia. Ana also hosts regular tasting events at the shop—not just of wine, but of olive oil and other incredible local products. It’s one of the newer wine shops in Seville, but just one visit and you’ll understand how it’s quickly become a local favorite.
Address: Calle Regina, 1, Local 4
Flor de Sal
Want to learn all there is to know about wine? Flor de Sal is the place to go. With a mission to educate the public about the fascinating world of Spanish wine, it’s one of the most emblematic wine shops in Seville. Owner and resident sommelier André knows each of the store’s 85 different denominations like the back of his hand and can make personalized recommendations.
The shop organizes tastings almost daily, which is the perfect excuse to try everything from sherry to cava and everything in between. Can’t make it to one? They also offer 20 varieties of wine by the glass, as well as ham, cheese, chocolate and more to enjoy while you drink. The delicious variety makes it one of our favorite wine shops in Seville!
Address: Calle Carlos Cañal, 36
Viña y Licor
Right in the heart of the central Arenal neighborhood lies Viña y Licor, a trendy, modern shop where you’ll immediately feel at home. Here you’ll find some of the best Spanish wines in town, in addition to an amazing selection of international varieties.
While you shop for wine, you can also enjoy some of the store’s other delicious gourmet products from Andalusia. And it’s one of the must-visit wine shops in Seville even for non-wine fans due to their amazing selection of liquors.
Address: Calle Arfe, 20
“We sell the wines we love,” Delatierra (also known as Nirio) claims on their website, and this simple mission has made it one of the best wine shops in Seville. Their expert staff handpicks each wine, they wouldn’t dream of selling anything they wouldn’t drink themselves. Hidden among the incredible selection are rare wines you’ll be hard-pressed to find anywhere else in town.
A point of reference for wine lovers in Seville, Delatierra is also home to regular tastings, wine courses and more. Their passion for fantastic wine is incredibly clear, and you’ll leave all the more knowledgeable about this incredible drink.
Address: Calle García de Vinuesa, 25
Now that you know where to buy some wine in Seville, brush up on your ordering skills with Devour Tours wine expert, Luke. This video is a great introduction to ordering wine like a local.
We take our wine pretty seriously here in Spain. If you can relate, we have just the experience you’re looking for. Our Gourmet Tapas & Wine Tasting Tour will take you to four of our favorite spots for wine, including a wine shop that specializes in homegrown Andalusian vinos. Trust us—it’s the kind of night out that you’ll wish could never end.
Life is too short to speak one language and stay in one place. In 2015, this philosophy took her from familiar Ohio to sunny southern Spain. Usually drinking tinto de verano, reading Lorca, or attempting to dance flamenco (not all at once). Follow her blog, Viatic Couture, for more.