NA VINA! BAR & SHOP
WITH A STORY TO EVERY BOTTLE
Na Vina! is a small, vibrant neighbourhood wine bar & shop of a different kind on Kalashnyy lane. It's the place where you can meet other people who have the same passion for wine, something Na Vina! holds close to heart.
It's the story of the wine lovers Vladimir Basov and Artem Tskhakaya (Big Wine Freaks bars in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Max's Beef for Money) and creative group OPG Dobrykh Del(Good Deeds Crime Group) led by Evgeniy Khitkov and Evgeniy Litvyak (Hamlet + Jacks, NAU), driven by a passion for food and wine and for discovering new winemakers.
The first Na Vina! bar & shop opened on Kronversky in St. Petersburg four years ago, the second appeared in 2017, just a few steps from the Kazan Cathedral.
Since the end of last year, there are two in the Russian capital!
The concept is simple.
Great wine, quality finger/junk food and most importantly, a team who know what they're talking about. They have spent time creating an exclusive, dynamic selection, primarily made up of organic, biodynamic and natural wines, from small producers and lesser-known regions, always with quality and accessibility in mind.
The choice is not going to be easy — the bar and shop boast more
than 350 wines from local European wineries!
The rising stars from Austria and Italy or rebellious Spain, wines from Eastern Europe, and Burgundy, wines you haven't seen before.
With a story to every bottle to make it that little bit more special!
Around 40 wines are available by the glass. The range is ever-changing.
Prices start at 1450 roubles for a bottle and 350 roubles for a glass. Any bottle from the shop may be brought to the bar and opened there for an additional fee of 400 rubles.
Na Vina! - A simple story, but we believe is well worth telling.
Quotes from the menu of Marat Kalaydjan (Big Wine Freaks Moscow):
- Hotdog (Mortadella or Krakow) (390 rubles)
- Fries with cheese and truffle (310 rubles)
- Chicken wings (390 rubles)
- Arancini (310 rubles)
Address: Kalashnyy Pereulok 9
Metro: Arbatskaya / Teatralnaya /Tverskaya
Phone: +7 495 003-29-09
Address: Ulitsa L'va Tolstogo 20
Metro: Frunzenskaya / Park Kultury
Phone: +7 495 003-20-53
Picture source: Own & Na Vina!