Away from the hustle and bustle of Hastings Street, Rumba has a supper club vibe. Perfect for pre dinner drinks or a cheese and wine night cap, it offers the intimacy and warmth of a private bar with plush furnishings.

Its main feature is a room size climate controlled cellar that houses one of the largest collections of wines in Queensland.

Inside this cellar under separate key are the world’s finest wines including labels such as Henschke, Penfolds Grange, Salon, Chateau Margaux and a vintage selection of Domaine Romanee Conti.

Rumba offers an eclectic range of premium spirits, cocktails and imported beers. Tapas are also served from the Sails kitchen.

Opening Times

Rumba Wine Bar is open from 6pm till late, 5 nights, Wednesday to Sunday.

Private Hire

Rumba Wine Bar is available for private hire upon request from Monday to Thursday.

To view our current package, please click here.

Rumba Events

Rumba Wine Bar plays host to a variety of wine dinners and spirit masterclasses throughout the year.

Spirit Master Classes

These are open to industry and this year so far have included both top shelf Absinthe, Tequila and gin.

Bar Manager, Dion Fredericks, is passionate about spirits and dedicated to studying the latest techniques from top quality makers.

To participate or join our Spirit Master Classes please contact Rumba Manager, Dion Fredericks: dion@sailsnoosa.com.au

How to Find Us

With such an intimate venue, Rumba is the perfect venue to host wine dinners where you can meet the winemaker and truly get to hear about their vineyard practices and strength of technique. Mt Mary, Cullen, Grosset, Yarra Yering and Leeuwin Estate are some of the iconic names we have recently showcased.

If you would like to be invited to any upcoming wine dinners or events please contact our Wine Program Manager, Scott Estrich:

scott@sailsnoosa.com.au

Wine Dinners

Rumba Wine Bar is tucked discreetly behind Massimos fine ice-creamery on Hastings Street. Follow the wooden decking around the boutique shops near the ice-creamery then enter through the timber doors.