Wine Tasting in Montreal: 11 Places You Have to Try

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Wine Tasting in Montreal

If you love wine tastings, few places are as much fun as Montreal. There are many wineries and wine tours to enjoy in this area if you are a wine lover. There are also lots of great places to enjoy some of the unmissable nightlife in Montreal that you can't find anywhere else. Montreal's food is some of the best in the world, and you will find cuisine that is influenced by many cultures, especially French, on offer in this multicultural city.

Wine tasting is a popular activity in Montreal, and for good reason! The city offers a variety of unique venues for enjoying both local and international wines. Whether you're looking for a romantic evening out or a fun group activity, wine tasting is the perfect way to explore the city's diverse food and drink scene.

No matter what your plans are for your time in Montreal, you will want to make sure that you visit a Bounce luggage storage before you do anything else. Being able to store your luggage so that it is not in your way is very helpful and can make your time in Montreal much more fun. Most of your wine tour options will also not allow you to take a lot of your personal items with you, so this is a good reason to store your bags as well.

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Best Places to go Wine Tasting in Montreal

From downtown Montreal tasting spots to upscale opportunities to enjoy wine tastings outside the city, there are many great places to get friendly with Quebec wine country and Quebec's wine industry. Many of these locations will also offer you access to unique tasting opportunities like ice wine or sparkling cider as well.

These are tasting locations that are set up like European wineries and you can count on added perks at some of these locations, like a cheese tasting package or even full dining options. This is one of the best places to head for wine tasting because you will be treated to such special experiences.

Les Cavistes

This delightful spot is nestled in Ahuntsic, and you can do a full wine tour here if you wish. This is one of the best Montreal tours if you want to try a wide array of different wines, and the tour guide that you are assigned will be able to tell you all about the wines that are on offer for your visit. This location also offers wines from all around the world. Les Cavistes is a place that has one of the most thorough wine lists in the region, and you will be able to try a surprising number of wines at this one spot.

Head here for the ambiance, an education in the processes, and the intended tasting experience of lots of different wines. You will get a lot of great information about the wines that you are trying, which helps you to enjoy the tasting even more.


196 Rue Fleury O, Montréal, QC H3L 1T5

Lundis au Soleil

This spot is in the center of the city, and it offers you access to a bistro as well as a huge list of wines. You can try wine flights from various countries, and the well-educated staff can advise you about the best tastings to try. There is a wide array of price points to enjoy here as well, so you don't have to break the bank when you stop in here. If you love Australian wines, this is a great place to sample some of the best options.

Lundis au Soleil offers an enviable selection of red, white, rose, and orange wine, along with choices for beer and ciders. If you have a group of four or more, you can make a reservation by calling them directly. You'll have to take chances at this popular bar if your group is smaller.


801 Rue Jarry E, Montréal, QC H2P 1W6


This is a cute little wine bar that offers Asian-inspired dishes and fusion dining. You will love the Parc-Ex neighborhood, and you can try many different wines here. This location bills itself as "funky" and this is exactly what you will experience here. Your taste buds will be thrilled with the tasting experience because it is so unique. The wines on offer here change from time to time, so you will always have a new experience when you sit down here to give the menu and wine list a try.

The vibe here is causal and unpretentious, so Denise is ideal for wine lovers just starting out. Experts are welcome as well and are sure to find the wine selection intriguing.


386 Beaumont Ave, Montreal, Quebec H3N 1T4

Vignoble Les Vents d'Ange

This spot is an hour outside of Montreal, and you can head here to enjoy tasting and experience packages from September to October. The wines here are named after girls in the family, and they take pride in their hands-on production methods. Their Vin Rouge varieties are excellent, and they also make beautiful Vin Blancs and Vin Rose. This is a very personalized and interesting tasting experience that is well worth the trip to get to the location.

The region that this winery is in is beautiful, and you will be able to take in the lovely countryside along with your wine. This winery is a nice escape from the busy city.


839 Chem. Principal, Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, QC J0N 1M0

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La Belle Alliance

The farmhouse on this property was the headquarters that Napoleon used during the Battle of Waterloo. The winery makes wine with minimalist intervention, using a much older style of production than many other wineries in this region. Their "Always" wines are excellent and fruity, and subtle. Their reds have a lot of bouquet and fruity notes, and their whites are famous locally for their delicious flavor.

The history of this location alone is a big attraction, and you will be glad that you took the time to stop in here and have such a unique tasting experience.


239 CH Fulford, Shefford, Quebec, Quebec J2M 1B2

Clos Saragnat

The original home of ice cider, this location is a European style property with beautiful grounds and an impressive facade. There are many ice cider varieties on offer here as well as wines. A couple manages and runs the property, and you can feel their passion for their work in every experience that you have here. You will be offered some snacks with your tasting, and you can ask to try all of the wines here or do an ice cider-specific wine tasting. Since this is the birthplace of ice cider, and the leading producer of ice cider in this area since 1990, you should have this unique tasting experience on your radar for sure when you visit.

Clos Saragnat is just a little over an hour from Montreal, but the impressive venue will feel like you're much further away.


100 Chem. de Richford, Frelighsburg, QC J0J 1C0

Léon Courville

The property here overlooks Lac Brome and the Brome Valley. You can stop in here on many of the wine tour routes in the area, but you might want to just add this location to your own unique tour of local vineyards. Most of the wine tours that include this property are full day tour plans which can also be a great way to see these properties and try their products.

Tastings are very affordable here, and you will love that you can try a wide array of wines. They offer picnic-style tastings as well, which allows you to choose a food pairing and to sit near the property's private lake as you taste your wines. The reserve whites here are absolutely delicious, but you might also want to save some room to try the reserve Pinot.


285 Chem. Brome, Fulford, QC J0E 1S0

Vignoble de la Bauge

You can walk through the vineyard, meet the farm animals, and learn about how the winery and the farm work when you drop by Vignoble de la Bauge for a wine tasting. The tastings here are super affordable, and the ambiance of the tasting room is excellent. They actually also produce meat products from the farm as well. You can try these products when you are wine tasting which is a really fun benefit.

They make a white, a rose, and some delightful reds here, and you will love the whimsical bottling style. These wines are sweet, fruity, and yummy, and many people prefer them to the other pinot noir options from the region or the other white wines that come from this area.


155 Av. des Érables, Brigham, QC J2K 4E1

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Vignoble La Grenouille

The name of this wine tasting option translates to the Frog Vineyard. This is one of the biggest wineries in the region, and it has recently changed hands. The new owners have not made any major changes, and you can still get all the classic wines that this location is known for. All the wines here are named after a frog and the bottles have cute little cartoon frogs on them.

They offer both whites and reds, and a nice thing about this winery is that you don't have to pre-book your visit, as long as you're a group of under ten people. You just show up during their opening hours, and they'll set you up. Vignoble La Grenouille will easily fit into your itinerary when you need it to.


434 Chem. Plouffe, Cowansville, QC J2K 3G6

Vignoble de l’Orpailleur

This winery has been around since 1982, and they know what they are doing. You can head to this spot for access to a dozen wine varieties, and they actually offer a full range of food here too. If you are worried about eating during your day of wine tasting, you should make this place your afternoon stop. You can enjoy a great wine tour here and also get a full meal. They offer guided tour options here as well, but you can just pop in to try wines if that's more your style.


1086, rue Bruce, Dunham, Quebec, J0E 1M0

Le Domaine des Côtes d’Ardoise

Just a minute down the road from Vignoble de l’Orpailleur, this spot has been open for almost 30 years. Plan to combine these two wineries if you can and if your budget allows. The Maredoise is delicious, but they also offer rose and red options that you will love. Their Julie wine is very good as well, and the bottle is so pretty. The sculpture trail on the property is worth a visit as well, and you can spend about a half day here wandering around, seeing how some of the best wine in the country is made. This winery is best explored in good weather, and the family that runs it is always happy to show you around.


879 Rue Bruce, Dunham, QC J0E 1M0


If you are going to be in Montreal for other adventures besides wine tasting, make sure to check out our guide to 3 days in Montreal. This guide will help you to plan the right experiences that you don't want to miss out on while you are in this beautiful place. There are so many great things to experience in this part of the world besides wine.

There are museums to see, beautiful architecture, and wonderful cultural experiences to have. From group tours to private experiences and more, you can fill up your time with amazing experiences in Montreal, even if you only have a few days to enjoy this lovely place.

Montreal offers you access to some of the best wineries in this part of the world. You can choose to experience their wines in the city at tasting rooms, or you can head out to the countryside to see the places where the wines are made. The beautiful properties and the amazing tasting rooms alone are worth a visit, even if you are not passionate about wines. This is a big part of the industry in this part of the world, and you will want to at least spend part of one of your days in the city to learn about it and experience it. So what are you waiting for? Grab a glass and start exploring!

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