Six branches in Metro Manila, delightful atmosphere & tapas, excellent wine list

Taguig (Global City):
The Fort, Rizal Dr. Unit 101
Tel: (02) 900-0726

SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway
Tel: (02) 900-0726

Ortigas Town Center
2/F Golf Complex, Dona Julia Vargas Ave., Ugong
Tel: (02) 636-2963

Greenbelt II
2/F Greenbelt II, Ayala Center
el: (02) 501-3250

R1/Lvl Power Plant Mall, Amorsolo Dr., Poblacion
Tel: (02) 846-9423

G/F Alabang Town Center, backing on Commerce Ave, near Full Booked
Tel: (02) 869-3612

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It’s a wine experience…

G/F “The Spa” Bldg.
Lot 5, Quadrant 8
Bonifacio High Street
Bonifacio Global City
Tel: (02) 856-1798; 856-1796

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Cave Werdenberg
Very European, very cozy…EXCELLENT wine list

7431 Yakal Street
San Antonio Village
Makati City
Tel: (02) 892-0128

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SB Cards Building, Mezzanine Level
114 Valero Street, Salcedo Village
Makati City
Tel: (02) 810-3565
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Ninyo Wine Lounge

Old and New World wines in an enchanting setting

66 Esteban Abada Street
Loyola Heights
Quezon City
Tel: (02) 426-0301
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The Winebar

2nd Floor Cafe 1771
El Pueblo Real de Manila,
Corner Julia Vargas and ADB Avenues
Pasig City
Tel: (02) 631-7340
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Terry’s Segundo Piso

Contact Persons: Juan Carlos & Mari So de Terry
The owners come from two centuries of premier sherry makers in southern Spain; the wine selection is both impressive and delectable

Unit 2, Building B Karrivin Plaza
2316 Pasong Tamo Extension
Tel: (02) 844-1816
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Titania Wine Bar & Café

Unit 8 Southway Condominium,
7435 Yakal St., San Antonio Village
Makati City
Tel: (02) 894-1371 to 74
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Wine Depot

Branches all over the Metro, impressive selection of wines

“Purple Feet”
217 Nicanor Garcia (formerly Reposo St.)
Bel-Air Village
Tel: (02) 897-3220 or 897-8167

147 Yakal St., San Antonio Village
Tel: (02) 844-9133

Westgate Corporate Center
Commerce Ave.
Tel: (02) 771-9463
Greenhills/San Juan:
6 Missouri St.
Tel: (02) 722-5952
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