Wines & Beers

With more than 20 wines by the glass (and another 200+ to choose from in the store), custom wine flights, and 20 craft beers on tap and bottled, at Firehouse Wine Bar, there’s something for everyone.

We rotate our  selections on a regular basis, have house specials, and offer tastings and flights, 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

Seven Falls Cabernet Sauvignon, Washington    $8
Rich, silky and full-bodied tasting of dark berries, currants, and vanilla

Laya Grenache-Monastrell, Spain    $6
A deep, dark red tasting of black fruits, licorice, espresso, and pepper with an earthy finish

Amado Sur Malbec, Argentina    $8
A touch of Bonardo and Syrah round out this big red tasting of strawberries and red cherries with hints of clove and vanilla

Pennywise Petite Sirah, California    $6
Dark and chewy, tasting of blueberry, plums, and caramel with a scent of leather and soft finish

Trinity Hill Pinot Noir, New Zealand    $8
Grown in the oldest wine region of NZ, this velvety red tastes of raspberry and blackberry with notes of cedar and spice

Insurrection Cab-Shiraz Australia    $7
A critic’s favorite, this red blend is big and bold tasting of plum, raspberry, cocoa, and smokey wood

Chamonix Rouge Red Blend South Africa    $8
A medium bodied blend of Cab, Merlot, Malbec and Petite Verdot, tasting of red currants, spice, and vanilla with a touch of cedar

Jam Jar Shiraz, South Africa     $5
The name says it all: a sweet, rich, jammy red

Red Flight     $10
Try any three tastings of the wines above

White Wine

Glen Carlou Chardonnay, South Africa     $8
Fermented in French oak to create a tropical fruit-filled Chard with a touch of vanilla balanced by a clean finish

Mulerbosch Chenin Blanc, South Africa     $7
A juicy mix of pineapple and pear with the acidity of grapefruit and lime

Belleruche Grenache Blanc, France     $7
A mutation of the red Grenache grape, this full-bodied white tastes of green apple, tropical fruit, with a hint of jasmine and citrus

Parva Res Pinot Grigio, Italy    $6
A refreshing, juicy white tasting of green apples and grapes balanced with a mineral finish

Selbach Riesling, Germany    $6
Apples, golden grapes and a hint of herbs and lime combine in this sweet, yet refreshing, white

Cape Mentelle Semillon-Sav Blanc, Australia     $8
Crisp and delicate, the citrus and herb flavors of the Sav Blanc are balanced beautifully with soft floral notes and tropical flavors of Semillion to create a truly elegant, complex white

Hay Maker Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand     $6
Packing a powerful punch of grapefruit and tropical fruit flavors, balanced with an acidic finish

Moulin de Gassac Rosé, France    $6
Syrah and grenache combine in this fruit-filled rosé tasting of summer berries and melon with a clean finish

Jam Jar White, South Africa     $5
The name says it all: a sweet fruity mouthful

White Flight     $10
Try any three tastings of the wines above

 

Maschio Prosecco Brut, Italy     $6
Peach, orange, and nuts combine in this fine dry bubbly

Rotari Sparkling Rosé, Italy        $7
Elegant and fruity, tasting of strawberries and melon with a dry, slightly yeasty finish

Codorniu Cava, Spain     $7
From the oldest sparkling house in Spain comes the quintessential cava: dry and yeasty tasting of golden apples and grain

Draft Beers

  • Black Warrior Crimson Ale        $5
  • Chandeleur Golden Ale        $6
  • Cigar Jai Alai    $7
  • Fat Tire    $5
  • Goose Island IPA         $5
  • Guinness    $6
  • Hoegaarden    $6
  • NOLA 7th Street Wheat         $7
  • Sixpoint Bengali Tiger    $6
  • Stella Artois         $5
  • Titan IPA    $6
  • Zeppelin Bier    $6

Bottled Beer

  • Bud Light     $3
  • Fairhope Amber    $4
  • Fairhope 51    $4
  • Heineken    $3
  • Leffe      $4
  • Michelob Ultra    $3
  • Pilsner Urquell       $4
  • Presidente   $3

 

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,
    Maria

  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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