The wines of Bridges

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Restaurant Bridges

The dynamic wine list of restaurant Bridges offers guests a wide variety of grapes and flavours.  

On the wine list you will find quality wines that are produced in a professional way with respect for nature. The collection of beautiful wines from different regions worldwide, each with its own character and flavour, are the perfect complement to your culinary experience at Bridges. Led by Sommelier Roos Stevens, team Bridges is constantly looking for new additions to further develop the wine list. From renowned classic wines to innovative and unknown wines, team Bridges is ready to help you find the perfect wine that you are looking for.

Please note that the wine list is subject to change.

Dutch wines


Restaurant Bridges

The wines from Dutch soil deserve a place of honor on the wine list of restaurant Bridges.

Over the last couple of years, the quality of Dutch wines has improved drastically. We are a big fan of Dutch wines that are certainly not inferior to wines from other regions or countries. Besides the quality of Dutch wines, at Bridges we strongly value our ecological footprint. Therefore we support local and national companies to minimize transport and to contribute to the world of tomorrow. We care for sustainability and we are always looking for businesses who share this vision. In this way, we work together to build a better world whilst the quality of the product is always leading. On our wine list you will find the well-known wines from Apostelhoeve and various wines from the award-winning Betuws Wijndomein.

Apostelhoeve Cuvée XII


Restaurant Bridges

On the wine list of restaurant Bridges you will find the well-known wines from the oldest winery in the Netherlands, the Apostelhoeve.

This winery is located on the top of the Louwberg near Maastricht in the province of Limburg. This winery is not only the oldest but also the largest of the Netherlands, with 14 acres of vineyard. The Netherlands is a relatively young winemaking country in comparison to other European countries. The Apostelhoeve was planted in 1970 and is seen as one of the leading Dutch wineries of the moment. The quality of the Apostelhoeve wines, and the Dutch wines in general, has significantly improved over the last few years. The reasons for this are the improved production techniques, more knowledge and also a little bit because of the global warming.

One of the favourite wines from our Sommelier Roos is The Apostelhoeve Cuvée XII. This is a blend made of Muller-Thurgau (40%), Auxerrois (30%) and Pinot Gris (30%). The aromas of this wine are quite intense and concentrated. The wine has notes of exotic fruit and white peach. On the palette, the wine is dry with a good length.