Wine bars are, in our opinion, the ideal experience for any epicurean. Operated by passionate owners, each one will be happy to guide you through the wine choices while offering a creative and quality menu.
In the last few years, the number of wine bars has expanded to our great delight. We present you with our favorites, so all you have to do is discover them on your own wine route!
5014, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, H2T 1R7
Do you know this jewel of the Plateau Mont-Royal? Roseline is a wine bar specializing in dynamic natural and organic wines. All wines are privately imported and cannot be found at the SAQ. A guaranteed discovery, all advised by the team of sommeliers always available on site. Every Thursday from 5 to 7, three glasses of 2.5 oz are offered for $26, while Fridays a jazz night is available. We suggest you keep an eye on their social media for upcoming food and wine pairing theme nights.
196, rue Fleury O, Montréal, H3L 1T5
On Fleury West, you will find an excellent selection of wines at Le Caviste. The service and the pleasures of wine are in the spotlight while offering a bistro cuisine that changes with the seasons. A sommelier is always on hand to advise you on the best wines from private imports not available at the SAQ. If you are looking for a place for your next wine-tasting workshop, do not hesitate to contact them.
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6778, boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, H2S 3C7
Open since 2019 in Little Italy, Ratafia has established a unique reputation for its sublime wine list and wonderful gourmet desserts. Everything is finely presented in both sweet and savory delights. Beautiful vegan options are also available. Reserve your seat on their website for a space on the terrace or inside.
328, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, H2S 1R8
At this bar, everything is done to remind you of the gourmet afternoons at Mamie's. Aperitif boards of cheeses, cold cuts, and a menu on the slate that changes according to the season. Quebec and international wines allow you to discover products that are not necessarily available at the SAQ. It is possible to taste wine by the carafe, by the glass, or by the bottle.
340, rue de la Gauchetière O, Montréal, H2Z 0B9
In addition to being a renowned restaurant, H3 is led by Quebec's best sommelier Hugo Duchesne. Each bottle is carefully selected by an expert team of sommeliers. Don't be surprised if they recommend a Quebec wine to you because for them it is important to let our local and international winemakers shine. If you don't feel like eating in a more casual setting, have a drink at the H3 bar.
3, rue St-Jean-Baptiste, Beloeil, J3G 2T8
On the banks of the Richelieu River in Beloeil is the wine bar Sortez les canons! The wine selection comes from all over the world, including many organic and natural wines imported privately. The food menu is simple, tasty, and perfectly constructed with fresh products from local businesses. Food and wine pairings are available under the recommendation of the passionate staff, even one of the owners!
4816, rue Wellington, Montréal, H4G 1X4
Also called Guinguette, this wine bar offers a wide selection of privately imported natural wines. The bottles are carefully selected by one of the owners who travel to the vineyards in the European region to choose the best bottles. The food menu is composed of multiple vegetarian options and changes with the seasons. Everything is made with fresh and local products.
3424, ave. du parc, Montréal, H2X 2H5
Pullman was one of the first wine bars in Montreal in 2004. The décor is sophisticated and the atmosphere casual. With the sommelier's advice, choose the best combinations of wines and dishes. Plates of cold cuts, cheeses, vegetables, and salmon to share with friends during the aperitif. They have more than 400 different choices in terms of wine bottles, there is something for everyone!
465, rue Notre-Dame suite 108, Repentigny, J6A 2T3
During a visit to Repentigny, a stop at the Liège Wine Bar will charm you. The open kitchen in the dining room will allow you to follow the preparation of your dish made from Lanaudière and Quebec ingredients. As for the wines, they are organic, biodynamic, and natural, exclusively imported. The menu changes according to the seasons in order to highlight the local food.
1832, rue William, Montréal, H3J 1R5
A small wine bar located on William Street in Griffintown, Vendetta offers a selection of organic wines and small canapés. The place is intimate and perfect for a pleasant evening with friends or a couple. Opt for a tasting menu of dishes to share to enjoy the best dishes on the menu.
241, boul. Curé-Labelle, Laval, H7L 2Z9
The Oregon Wine Bar will charm you with its decor, and its atmosphere, but especially with its tasty food. Simon, one of the owners, will transmit his passion for wine by advising you on the best food and wine pairing according to your tastes. The terrace, as well as the dining room, are a must-try!
741, boul. des Seigneurs, Terrebonne/Lachenaie, J6W 1T5
In Terrebonne, Racines Bistro Bar à Vin, offers cuisine inspired by local products and artisans with a list of organic wines from small passionate producers, all in a very comfortable atmosphere! The emphasis is on seasonal and local vegetables while remaining gourmet. The staff is warm and attentive.
2, rue Turgeon, Sainte-Thérèse, J7E 3H3
Two Wine Bar is in the heart of Saint-Thérèse Village and offers organic wines in a vintage-chic setting. The menu is eclectic with items such as a naanwich or grilled mahi-mahi. The menu changes according to the seasons and available ingredients. Beautiful and original vegetarian options for everyone to enjoy.
104, rue Saint-Paul O, Montréal, H2Y 1Z3
In the lobby of the Hotel Nelligan, Nelli offers a café by day that transforms into a natural wine bar by night. Sommelier Adrien de Philip has put together a wine list with wines from Mexico, Turkey, and even Japan. Add to that a few appetizer boards and dishes for the full experience.
2519, rue Notre-Dame O, Montréal, H3J 1N4
Le Vin Papillon has carved out its place in the top 100 restaurants in Canada. Owned by the same owners as Joe Beef, there is the same comfort food feel to the menu. The emphasis is on seasonal and local vegetables while remaining gourmet. The organic wine list is taken from small agencies and local producers, which creates a social bond. It is possible to stop by to buy the bottles of the moment.
1290, rue Beaubien E, Montréal, H2S 1T9
Nordic wine bar located on Beaubien, it's a little gem to discover... in fact, they are among the 100 best bars in Canada. The selection of wines is very interesting with organic, orange, and natural wines. Let yourself be carried away by the good atmosphere and passionate staff to advise you. Keep an eye on their social media to see which winemakers are featured.