The Wine Spa located at 48 Fort St, Broughty Ferry, Dundee DD5 2AB, UK

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Gail Jack

5 Google Rating

Impressed with this intimate wine bar. Tastefully decorated to a high standard. Busy but relaxing a

5/ 5

Impressed with this intimate wine bar. Tastefully decorated to a high standard. Busy but relaxing atmosphere. Friendly helpful staff, good selection of wines. Accompanying platters available and proseco teas can be booked.

Malcolm Logie

4 Google Rating

Good choice of wine with some bottled beers. Classy intimate environment.

4/ 5

Good choice of wine with some bottled beers. Classy intimate environment.

Gillian Rae

5 Google Rating

Lovely place. Nice choice of wines. Super staff .

5/ 5

Lovely place. Nice choice of wines. Super staff .

Kimberley allan

5 Google Rating

We booked this venue for my sisters baby shower on Sunday 7th April. The venue is gorgeous, very pl

5/ 5

We booked this venue for my sisters baby shower on Sunday 7th April. The venue is gorgeous, very plush and a perfect size for an event for approx 20 ppl. The choice of buffet was brilliant and the Wine Spa was extremely flexible to ensure we were happy with our choices. We choose the 3 tier proscecco afternoon tea buffet and it did not disappoint!! The price, food and service considering what other venues in the Ferry offer for the same was more than reasonable and definitely worth it! Zoe was our main contact from calling to enquire, at the bar throughout the day and also to help us set up before the guests arrived! We could not have wished for better service!! Nothing was too much trouble and as a result we were all able to relax and enjoy the day!! All the guests are still talking about how fantastic the day was thank you so so much to The Wine Spa, Zoe and her team

Alex Swan

4 Google Rating

Lovely place for a drink and conversation, good choice of drinks and great service

4/ 5

Lovely place for a drink and conversation, good choice of drinks and great service

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