Bocanáriz, Santiago Centro

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SANTIAGO | Bocanáriz is one of the most written about bars in English language publications when one researches where to drink in Santiago. When you visit it’s easy to see why. This wine bar in Santiago’s Lastarria neighbourhood lives up to its reputation. In fact it’s so good, that we visited twice despite only having a few short days in the city.

It’s a cozy venue, located in a restored house, with the main bar area branching off into smaller nooks and areas. Bocanáriz is all about Chilean wine, and showcases over 400 different wines from across the country. It’s wine list is one of the most extensive in Chile, and has won several awards over the years.

Staff are knowledgeable and all speak English, and are happy to explain the story behind each wine on the menu, and the differences in Chile’s wine regions. Around 40 wines are available by the glass, and there are several tasting flights offered. These tasting flights are a great way to get familiar with Chilean wine, with the wines in each flight based around a theme like style or region. We highly recommend trying one of the carménère flights. It’s a Chilean grape varietal that we discovered and loved while in Santiago. It’s similar to merlot. So similar in fact that for a long time people assumed it was a merlot grape.

Bocanáriz isn’t just about the wine. The Chilean food menu is fantastic. All of the dishes have suggested wine pairings, and include tapas, mains and desserts, separated into categories such as smoky, spiced, citrus, light, creamy, herbed, and sweet. Think things like cheese and charcuterie, empanadas, ceviche, and grilled chicken.

Bocanáriz

José Victorino Lastarria 276
Santiago
Región Metropolitan
Chile

Telephone: +56 2 2638 9893
E-mail: [email protected]
Website

Open
Mon – Wed: 12:00pm to 12:00am
Thu – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:30am
Sun: 7:00pm to 11:00pm

Bocanáriz Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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