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Monday 1 March 2021

Sydney's newest wine bar to offer a taste of Europe

Sydney’s newest CBD wine bar, Vini Divini, has opened with a huge central bar, al fresco seating, a Mediterranean wine-influenced menu and a wine wall stocking more than 1000 bottles from 10 different countries, as curated by Rockpool Dining Group’s former head sommelier.

Vini Divini will offer one of the biggest “by the glass” selections in Sydney and the diverse wine list has been designed to be accessible, showcasing producers from around the Mediterranean ; from regions of France, Italy and Spain as well as countries such as Greece, Armenia, Georgia and Turkey. 

Star local labels like the Canberra region's Clonakilla, Rikard from Orange and Vinden Estate from the Hunter Valley are also featured. 

Meaning “divine wines” in Italian and aiming to embody la dolce vita (the sweet life), Vini Divini will focus on the enjoyment of wine, food and good company with a European vibe.

French-born sommelier Raphael Mulligan collaborates with small, independent winemakers and distributors to regularly update the list, drawing on his experience heading the wine program at Eleven Bridge, as well as working at Rosetta, Rockpool and Tapavino.

Complementing the wines is a menu of delicious Mediterranean dishes and mezzé-style plates led by chef Seda Güç, including baba ganoush made fresh each morning, beetroot-marinated artichokes with toasted almonds, slow-cooked lamb shoulder with fregola salad and caramelised apple, and a selection of salumi and cheeses.

Adding to the Mediterranean vibe is Vini Divini’s interiors, featuring wall-length prints of iconic Italian movie stars Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni (sounds dated to me, but there you go), the wine wall sourced from Italy, a slab of Iranian rainbow pink onyx on the kitchen island-style bar, velvet armchairs, plush rugs from Belgium and that outdoor seating overlooking Wynyard Park.

The wine bar also offers a private dining room tucked away at the back.

“Vini Divini is all about bringing people together to laugh, enjoy wine, break bread, and share stories and ideas,” said Belgian-born owner Philippe Gilbert.

“Close relationships with friends and family, and the interactions one has in a community, are central to the Mediterranean lifestyle – and we wanted to bring this to life at Vini Divini.”

The newest addition to the Brookfield Place precinct at 60 Carrington Street near Wynyard, Vini Divini is open Monday to Friday for all-day dining from noon to late.


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