Wines & Beers

With more than 20 wines by the glass (and another 300 to choose from in the store), reserve reds and white wines, custom wine flights, buckets of bubbles, and 20 craft beers on tap and bottled, at Firehouse Wine Bar, there’s always something for everyone!

We rotate our  selections on a regular basis, have happy hour specials, red and white flights, and special Tuesday Tastings, so even if you’ve been to the Firehouse before, there’s always something new to try.

Here’s our latest list of red wines, white wines, draft and bottled beers by the glass.

Red Wines

Cardwell Hill Pinot Noir, Oregon    $9
This elegant Willamette Valley Pinot balances ripe cherry, plum and strawberry with a touch acidity

Alberti Malbec, Argentina    $8
A flavour-packed Mendoza Malbec tasting of dried berries, toasted nuts and a touch of citrus peel and smoke

Seven Falls Merlot, Washington    $8
This silky red is filled with bright cherry, blackberry and spice notes with a hint of cocoa on the finish


Yard Dog, Australia    $8
An Aussie-style Bordeaux blend with powerful cherry and plum flavors balanced by a bit of Outback earth

Insurrection Cab-Shiraz, Australia    $7
This award-winning red blend is big and bold tasting of plum, raspberry, cocoa, and smoked hickory

Fable Cabernet Sauvignon, California    $8
Lush blueberry, blackberry and cocoa flavors are finished with a hint of vanilla and cedar cigar box

Peirano Petite Sirah, California    $8
An intense, inky red filled with flavors of wild blackberries, boysenberry, and dark plums with a touch of maple and cassis

Honey Badger Sweet Red, South Africa     $6
A sweet, surprisingly layered red blend, and if you don’t like it, Honey Badger don’t give a #&$#!

Red Flight     $11
Try any three tastings of the wines above

RES RED BTG: Austin Hope Cabernet ‘15,  Paso Robles, CA    $8 (½ gl)   $15 (full)    $44 (btl)
Earning a whopping 97 pts from Wine Enthusiast, this big, bold Cab packs in flavors of black currants, cherries and berries with subtle notes of mocha, clove and vanilla bean on the finish

RES RED BTG: Diora Pinot Noir ‘15, Monterey, CA    $7 (½ gl)   $13 (full)   $28  (btl)
A rich, elegant Pinot that balances flavor and style; cherry and baking spices are lightly oaked for a soft, elegant finish

RES RED BTG: Biale Party Line Zinfandel ‘17, North Coast, CA    $7 (½ gl)   $13 (full)   $27 (btl)
Dusty strawberries, black cherries, raspberry and vanilla
combine in this soft, succulent Zin

RES RED BTG: Salvestrin Cavaso Red Blend ‘14, Napa Valley, CA    $7 (½ gl)   $14  (full)   $32 (btl)
Merlot, Syrah, Petite Sirah and Cab combine in a silky ruby red tasting of dark fruits, spice and a hint of leather

White Wines

Pepi Pinot Grigio, California    $6
This Monterey white has a splash of Chenin Blanc to create a clean, crisp white tasting of fresh grapes, citrus and floral notes

Pierre Amadieu Cotes du Rhone, France     $7
An elegant blend of Grenache Blanc and Clairette tasting of green apple, white stone fruit, floral notes and a clean finish

Sincerely Sauvignon Blanc, South Africa     $7
Citrus, herbs and fresh cut grass combine with wet riverstones in this crisp warm-weather white

Gryphon Crest Sweet Riesling, Germany    $6
Green apple and grapes are balanced with a touch of honey and squeeze of citrus in this sweet, light white

Louis Hauller Pinot Blanc, France     $8
Full-bodied white tasting of pear and green apple with a clean, minerally finish

Tea Leaf Chenin Blanc, South Africa    $8
A splash of Grenache Blanc & Palomino add to the rich flavors of this big white tasting of white peach, plum, apricot and red tea

Perdrix Rosé, France    $7
Wild strawberry, cherry, and raspberry flavours combine in this Grenache-Syrah blend that finishes with a nice minerality

Napa Cellars Chardonnay, California     $8
Peach, pear and apple combine with a touch of crème brulee

Jam Jar White, South Africa     $6
The name says it all: a sweet fruity mouthful

White Flight     $11
Try any three tastings of the wines above

RES WHITE BTG: En Route Chardonnay ‘15, Russian River Val, CA    $8 (½ gl) $15 (full) $38 (btl)
The makers of Far Niente showcase another classic Cali Chard: baked pear and creamy vanilla are balanced by a touch of citrus

RES WHITE BTG: Patton Valley Fu-Mei Pinot Noir Blanc ‘15, Willamette, OR    $8 (½ gl) $16 (full) $42 (btl)
One of the most unique (and delicious!) “whites” we’ve ever tried; made from the red grape but not allowed contact with the skin, this full-bodied white tastes of honeysuckle, white peach, lemon sorbet, and toasted almonds

RES WHITE BTG: Kiralyudvar Tokaji Furmint Sec ‘15, Tokaji, Hungary    $6 (½ gl) $12 (full) $26 (btl)
From the region world-famous for their old (and exorbitant!) dessert wines comes a new take on this classic: late-harvest Furmint is aged in Hungarian oak to create a drier, but richly flavored white that balances smokey tequila flavors with clean minerality

Sparkling by the Glass

Codorniu Cava, Spain     $7
Louis Perdrier Brut, France     $7
Maschio Prosecco, Italy     $6
Maschio Sparkling Rosé, Italy     $6
Rotari Sparkling Rosé, Italy     $8
Veuve de Vernay Blanc de Blancs, France     $7
Zonin Prosecco, Italy     $7


Draft Beers

  • Americana Steel Barrel    $5
  • Black Warrior Broad Street Brown    $7
  • Einstök Icelandic White Ale    $6
  • Firehouse Ale     $4
  • Ghost Train Magic Carpet Ride IPA    $7
  • Goose Island IPA    $4
  • Guinness    $6
  • Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale    $8
  • Yellowhammer Rebellion Red    $7
  • Sierra Nevada Otra Vez    $5
  • Stella    $5
  • Southern Prohibition Devil’s Harvest IPA    $7

Bottled Beer

  • Bud Light     $3
  • Fairhope Amber    $4
  • Fairhope 51    $4
  • Hoegaarden     $4
  • Michelob Ultra    $3
  • Newcastle Brown Ale    $4
  • Presidente    $3
  • Woodchuck “Granny Smith” Cider     $3


Menu last updated: November 7, 2018

4 thoughts on “Wines & Beers

  1. Maria Alderton
    July 27, 2013 at 9:57 pm

    Congratulations, I know the opening will be a big hit.
    Just what Mobil needs. Something new and exciting.
    Love to both,

  2. January 24, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    This type of venue in downtown Mobile can’t open soon enough! I’m so excited to be able to show clients all that our city can offer in the line of cuisine and cultural venues. This ties right into that quest. Best of luck to both of you…can’t wait to savor a glass at your shop. Please put me on the grand opening list!! Patty

  3. Barry
    April 18, 2014 at 11:30 am

    Just read the article in the PressRegister and am excited to see that you have settled here. What a great location! Those historic “storefronts” make some of the most appealing sites for businesses such as yours and in my opinion reason enough to go for the first time anyway. Also most of the downtown scene except for the restaurants seems to be geared toward the 20-30 something crowd and your place sounds like the type of establishment that will attract a lively but not boisterous clientele.
    Good luck on your opening. My friends and I will see you soon!

  4. Soeren, "Six Sense"
    October 22, 2015 at 6:06 pm

    This place was my “rock in rough water” during my last stay in MOBILE- more than enjoyable and good for me to relax …

    Will miss it after my return to germany….

    Kind regards to Meggan and Avril – which gave me already “my name” , due to my favorite sample from Micheal David … Six sense

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