Lisbon has become known as the capital of natural wine bars in Portugal, with more and more opening up every year. Natural wine is made with very little intervention from winemakers, with the wine often fermented in oak barrels, among other unique winemaking techniques that are not used to make conventional wines. Below are eight of the best natural and organic wine bars in Lisbon to visit for an authentic experience.

1. Senhor Uva, Lisboa, Portugal -

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Tucked away on a quiet side street, Sénhoruva is one of the best natural and organic wine bars in Lisbon. This place not only offers an impressive selection of wines but also serves up some tasty tapas to go with it! 

The decor is very modern and cosy, with deep red walls that instantly give you that Mediterranean vibe. If you’re feeling adventurous, try their traditional port-wine shots - they’re absolutely delicious.

The waiters are friendly and speak excellent English, making it easy to chat them up about your favourites. They also have a huge selection of bottled Portuguese wines! This little gem comes from a family-owned estate that produces organic wines using solar power. 

This wine bar was voted one of Europe’s 100 Best New Restaurants by Restaurant Magazine, so you know it has to be good. 

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Address:R. de Santo Amaro 66A, 1200-804 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 21 396 0917
Website: https://senhoruva.com
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/senhoruva
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/senhor.uva

2. Vino Vero Lisbon, Lisboa, Portugal -

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Vino Vero is a natural wine bar in Lisbon. This is a must for those who want to experience natural wines as they should be: fresh, biodynamic and organic. 

Vinovero provides a great selection of wine from all over Portugal and abroad, as well as other drinks such as beer. 

The kitchen provides dishes for those who don’t drink or can’t have gluten or lactose, so it is a good option for everyone. They even offer bread and wine pairings. And if you like cheese, there are plenty of them served here!

You can also Vino Vero in Venice, Italy

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Address:Tv. do Monte 30, 1170-265 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 21 886 3115
Website: https://vinovero.wine
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vinoverolisboa
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vino__vero

3. Holy Wine, Lisboa, Portugal -

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Local wine bars have been popping up all over town, but few take a similar approach to Holy Wine. With a mission to only serve wines made from natural ingredients—no chemicals, no pesticides, no preservatives—the bar stands out from other spots serving port and Vinho Verde.

 In addition to being organic and pesticide-free, many of their wines are vegan or vegetarian friendly, which should make it easy for herbivores and pescatarians alike to find something they’ll love. 

And for a little extra bonus health goodness? The snacks they offer include plenty of veggies too. So whether you’re hitting up one of Lisbon’s oldest neighbourhoods or just strolling through Chiado on your way back to your hotel, stop by Holy Wine for one (or three) unique Portuguese wines. 

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Address:Calçada da Estrela 15, 1200-661 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 934 413 708
Website: https://holywine.store
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/holywinelisbon
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/holywinelisbon

4. Black Sheep Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal -

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Black Sheep is one of Lisbon’s most popular wine bars, located in Central Lisbon, just below Principe Real on Praça das Flores, Number 62. Black Sheep Lisboa is not just about Low intervention wine. It is a place to taste both wines and spirits made by people willing to do things their way.

The wine program focuses on Portuguese wines produced by small, artisan producers, and legendary international References. The wines are natural, sustainable, organic, biodynamic, and a reflection of the terroir and the people.

The ever-changing wine list is curated by owners Bruna Ventura and Lucas Ferreira, two Brazilian Wine Geeks on their way through WSET Diploma. Above all else, Black Sheep Lisboa is a shop and a bar, a place that has features that connect them to other places the world over: good music, a cosy vibe, an inviting space and a Wine Specialist behind the counter who is glad to have you there.

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Address:Praça das Flores 62, 1200-192 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 938 946 752
Website: https://www.blacksheeplisboa.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blacksheeplisboa
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blacksheeplisboa

5. Ladidadi Wines, Lisboa, Portugal -

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Ladidadi Wines was born from the desire to bring artisanal natural wine producers to emerging communities in Lisbon. 

A culmination of more than 15 years of travelling, discovering and sharing with the natural wine community, Florian Tonello’s LADIDADI has swiftly become a reference for importing, experiencing and appreciating artisan wines in Lisbon and beyond.

 In Lisbon, the wines are imported directly from a carefully curated selection of producers, all creating natural and traditionally made wines with nothing added and nothing removed. 

Ladidadi works with winemakers passionate about organic and biodynamic farming, who seek to express the uniqueness of their terroir and push forward the conversation about what wine can be. 

In addition, this wine bar is dedicated to providing a comfortable, affordable and inspiring meeting place for curious people to exchange knowledge and culture. 

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Address:R. Damasceno Monteiro 59 A, 1170-110 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 969 957 613
Website: https://www.ladidadi.shop
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LADIDADIWINES
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ladidadi.wines

6. Neighbourhood Cafe, Lisboa, Portugal -

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This small cosy Aussie cafe offers speciality coffee, brunch, craft beer and a wide variety of wines, with a focus on natural and organic options. When you visit, you'll find wines from across Portugal's major growing regions. In addition to bottles, they serve up glasses that are half-sized or full pours if you're just popping by for a drink. 

Plus, there's a retail area where you can purchase wine from their extensive selection. If you're looking for something specific, ask one of the staff members. They have an encyclopedic knowledge of what they have on hand. 

Neighbourhood Coffee is open daily. It has free Wi-Fi, so it’s a great place to work or meet up with friends. 

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Address:Largo do Conde Barão 25, 1200-163 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 21 406 8809
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NeighbourhoodLisbon
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/neighbourhood.lisbon

7. Dahlia, Lisboa, Portugal -

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If you're looking for organic wine bars, then Dahlia is a modern casual dining a good place to start. Here, you'll find a variety of traditional Portuguese wines that are sustainably sourced and low in sulfites. 
Dahlia doesn't offer its own food menu (although there are take-out spots nearby), it offers plenty of cheese, cured meats and other plates that pair well with wine. 
If you're looking for something specific, just ask your bartender--the knowledgeable team here will point you toward quality options based on your preferences. 

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Address:Tv. do Carvalho 13, 1200-097 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 967 950 102
Website: https://dahlialisboa.com
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/dahlialisboa
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dahlialisboa

8. BYWA Tasting Room, Lisboa, Portugal -

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BYWA Tasting Room is a modern restaurant with natural wine and a Polish-Jamaican tasting menu. While enjoying your food you can order from their unique Natural Wine Collection and organic sake.

The beverages served here are bio-dynamic (or organic), which means they follow strict production standards dedicated to bringing you good things. 

They've been working together as a culinary collective since 2018. With the desire to help their guests explore ways of eating and drinking in a mindful and creative state. 

BYWA has a Less-waste Restaurant Philosophy. They aim to work with the best ingredients available that maximize quality and minimize waste.  

The interior is modern with clean lines which fit perfectly into one of Lisbon’s newest hippest neighbourhoods.

They are for reservation only. If you’re looking for a venue to host business meetings or celebrations, BYWA is a great option.

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Address:R. Luz Soriano 44, 1200-223 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 964 141 030
Website: https://www.bywa.online
Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/BywaTastingRoom
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bywatastingroom

 


Conclusion 

In a city as inviting as Lisbon, there’s a wine bar for every taste. Whether you’re looking for a natural and organic wine bar with a quiet ambiance, or somewhere you can dance and drink all night, you’ll find it here. Don’t wait any longer! Take your next trip to Portugal and be sure to visit some of these top 10 natural wine bars in Lisbon. Bon, voyage!