Orlando Wineries & Wine Bars

In wine, there’s truth... and in Orlando, there’s wine thanks to full-fledged wineries and one-of-a-kind wine bars where you can swirl and sip to your heart’s content. Many of these venues also offer outdoor seating and even to-go options at select locations. No matter if you prefer white to red, sweet to dry, or any combination thereof, here are some of the most unique places to fill your glass the next time you’re in Orlando!

Learn more: Orlando Breweries

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Orlando Wineries

Two women drink wine and enjoy a meal at Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurants Waterford Lakes.
Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant in Orlando

Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards

Situated on more than 80 acres of vineyards in Clermont, about 35 minutes south of our main tourism districts, Lakeridge Winery & Vineyards is Florida’s largest winery. (See this page’s cover image for a look at their vineyards.) They offer complimentary self-guided tours and tastings every day of the week. Sessions last about 45 minutes with seven varieties of wine available for sampling, and you can secure additional bottles of your favorites at their onsite wine shop.

Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant

At this acclaimed national winery’s location on International Drive, you can pair the full lineup of award-winning, hand-crafted Cooper’s Hawk wines with upscale casual dining in a warm, inviting setting. Or, just settle into their Napa-style Tasting Room & Artisanal Market, where you can stock up on your favorite vintages as well as related accessories. They have a second location in Waterford Lakes, about 15 minutes east of downtown Orlando.

Learn more: International Drive

Quantum Leap Winery

Located in Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village neighborhood close to downtown, Quantum Leap imports sustainably grown wine from around the world before finishing it at their Orlando facility. The final product is then packaged in low-carbon-footprint vessels such as kegs, pouches and boxes. You can try all of their wines on the premises (and buy, as desired), and special events are frequently on tap.

Learn more: Ivanhoe Village

Orlando Wine Bars

A bartender puts away a glass as he prepares the bar area before opening Wine Bar George
Wine Bar George at Disney Springs®, Part of Walt Disney World® Resort in Orlando (Photo: Mike Gluckman)

Wine Bar George

Florida is home to the first-ever master-sommelier-led wine bar courtesy of Wine Bar George at Disney Springs®, part of Walt Disney World® Resort. The expert in question is George Miliotes, who was part of the opening team for California Grill at Disney’s Contemporary Resort and has since established himself as a well-known name in wine circles. The venue, which also serves food, is reminiscent of a winemaker’s home estate.

Learn more: Disney Springs

Vines Grille & Wine Bar

An Orlando original, Vines Grille & Wine Bar is part of Restaurant Row. In keeping with their name — and “Best of Award of Excellence” from Wine Spectator Magazine — they’re passionate about wine, including vintages from boutique wineries and top global producers alike. They’re also no slouch when it comes to food, offering a chef-driven menu centered around steaks, chops and seafood.

Learn more: Restaurant Row

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

The Fleming’s brand is famous for a reason, and you have two opportunities to find out why in Orlando: one near International Drive on Restaurant Row, close to Universal Orlando Resort and SeaWorld® Orlando, and a second in Winter Park. As the name implies, steak-lovers will appreciate dining here as much as wine enthusiasts, with the latter being able to choose from an extensive selection of vintages.

Learn more: Winter Park

The Imperial at Washburn Imports

If you come to this location in Ivanhoe Village during normal business hours, they’ll only sell you furniture via Washburn Imports. Come back in the evening, though, and you’ll discover one of Orlando’s most popular speakeasies, The Imperial, featuring a wide range of wine, craft beer and gourmet food. Both businesses also have a shared location in Sanford, about 25 minutes north of downtown Orlando.

Learn more: Orlando Speakeasies

Eola Wine Company

Just across the street from Lake Eola Park in downtown Orlando, this option focuses on small-production and boutique wineries, with 50-plus wines available by the glass and more than 100 retail selections, plus draft, bottled and canned beer. All beverages pair perfectly with their eclectic dinner and brunch menus.

Learn more: Downtown Orlando

Digress Wine

Formerly known as Cavanaugh’s, this bar and retail shop in College Park, about 20 minutes from downtown Orlando, takes a different approach to wine pairings. Instead of making recommendations based on food types, they offer suggestions for the best wines to wash away a hard day at work, the best wines to conjure romance, and other fun ideas.

Learn more: College Park

Swirlerly Wine Bar

Part of downtown Orlando’s SoDo district, Swirlerly is a one-stop wine bar, tasting room and retail shop that focuses on providing guests with quality bottles of wine, either to-go or to enjoy in the shop. Wines by the glass and local brews are also available, and a sommelier is always on the floor to assist with purchases. They also offer community classes where you can learn about wine in a warm, welcoming atmosphere.

The Wine Room on Park Avenue

More than 150 hand-selected wines can be sampled at this Winter Park nightspot. What’s more, you can serve yourself from their state-of-the-art wine dispensers, which offer 1 oz., 2.5 oz. and 5 oz. pours. Bottles are also available for purchase, and it’s all complemented by a tapas-style food menu.