Franklin Wine Bar Chosen as One of America’s Best

The wine site, VinePair.com, has put together their 2015 list of top wine bars in America’s major cities and a popular Franklin wine bar made this elite list. Here’s a snippet from their article:

Wine bars have become more popular than ever. And with good reason: they’re an excellent place to learn about wine and try new things. A great wine bar should be a place to relax, let your guard down and ask questions. It should also strive to introduce consumers to new and different wines in an unpretentious and accessible way. And above all, it should be a place where you actually enjoy hanging out, since wine is of course fun.

Obviously there are many great wine bars in many of the cities below that embody what we believe in, but if forced to choose just one, these are our selections:

JJ’s Wine Bar, Nashville

This is another wine bar that feels as homey as your living room, and just as unpretentious. Plus the wine stations they use allow you to try a bunch of different wines in one visit, which is essential when you’re trying to learn more.

JJ’s is located at 206 E Main St, in downtown Franklin.

Other wine bars, in close proximity to the Nashville/Franklin area, that made VinePair’s list

Krog Bar, Atlanta

If you want to get into Spanish wine, this is your go-to. Krog Bar has been the standard-bearer for wine bars in Atlanta for over ten years and when you visit it’s easy to see why: it has an accessible, knowledgeable staff and a great selection in a laid back environment.

Bacchanal, New Orleans

Is this the best wine bar in the country? Yep. Live music, an incredible backyard, and a staff that knows their stuff. All wine bars should be like Bacchanal.

Get the entire list from VinePair here.

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