The name of the wine shop Suff refers to the German word for “drunk”. The ironic name of the wine shop Suff in Berlin-Kreuzberg suggests the relaxed atmosphere of this wine shop. For almost 30 years, the wine shop Suff supplies its neighborhood on Heinrichplatz with selected wines.
A clear focus lies on German wine, but the "drunks" as the staff calls themselves, have lost their hearts to Austrian and Italian wines too. Many of the wines come from small family wineries that produce artisan wines. The share of organic and natural wines is increasing annually. Wine shop Suff stands for competence and expertise. In 2011, the wine shop was named the best wine shop in Germany by the Frankfurter Allgemeine, a popular newspaper.
The shop has its own charm with many gold-framed paintings in front of red walls and full wine racks. The wine shop also organizes tastings, wine seminars and relaxed introductory evenings for those who wish to approach the subject. At the wine workshop the guests "play" winegrowers for an evening and creating their own white wine cuvee. The wines of the wine shop Suff can also be found at a wine stall in Markthalle 9 in Berlin Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg.
- Mon - Fri: 01:00 pm- 07:30 pm
- Saturday: 11:00 am - 05:00 pm
- Parking: difficult
- Card Payment: Visa, Mastercard, Diners, Cash card
- Price Level: 3.20 Euro - 30.00 Euro and more
- Wine range: Eurpoean wine
- Other Stores: Stand at Marthalle 9
- Hint: Has a delivery service too, offers deals for restaurants