OUR WINE SELECTION

Coperto Restobar has a unique selection of 40 European quality wines, from various regions in France, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Italy and even the Netherlands. Enjoy famous Burgundy wines, like a Meursault or a Chablis, or even a Barolo, “the wine of kings and the king of wines”, from the Italian wine region of Piedmont.

FOOD & WINE PAIRINGS

Coperto Restobar’s menu changes regularly and our guests can choose a 3, 4 or 5-course menu for their lunch or dinner. Our sommelier will gladly advise you which wine pairs best with the courses you chose. Because, in addition to wines by the bottle, some of our wines are also available by the glass.

DE APOSTELHOEVE

Although the Netherlands is not exactly known for its wine tradition, De Apostelhoeve in Jekerdal, South Limburg, proves that you can also find good wines closer to home. De Apostelhoeve has been producing dry white wines since 1970, making it the oldest vineyard of the Netherlands. Coperto Restobar is proud to serve one of this winery’s gems, its Müller Thurgau. Enjoy this crisp, white wine, with hints of citrus, spring flowers and some spice.

NELEMAN WINES

Coperto Restobar has chosen to include some wines from the Neleman winery on its wine list. These organic wines are produced in Casas del Rey, near Valencia in Spain, without additives or pesticides. The Neleman winery is working hard to save endangered grape varieties, such as the Verdil. This variety produces a unique flavour, and they have used it among others in their bold, fresh white wine, called ‘Just Fucking Good Wine’, which is one of Coperto’s favourites. Neleman’s house red, the Monastrell Tempranillo Crianza, also comes highly recommended. An accessible, fruity and slightly spicy wine, which pairs beautifully with grilled meats, light meat dishes and cheese.

RUINART CHAMPAGNE

Do you have something to celebrate? An intimate dinner for two? Or just feel like you want to brighten up the day? Then why not order some of our lovely Ruinart champagne. Ruinart was established in 1729 by Nicolas Ruinart, making it the world’s oldest champagne house. The essence of the Chardonnay grape is beautifully expressed in the complex, elegant and fresh aromas of the five Ruinart champagnes.