Dinning cannot be complete without wine. In Canada, there are lots of restaurants that offer a rich menu of dishes. However, when it comes to enjoying great wine diversity, you can only rely on getting it from a few restaurants. If you are all for the best wine diversity, here are the best restaurants in Canada that will satisfy your cravings.
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Le Coureur Des Bois In Beloeil (Quebec)
Le Coureur Des Bois is not only the best in Canada in terms of wine diversity but also among the best in the world. This lush casual restaurant offers as much as 3,950 wine selections with an inventory of over 16,000 bottles. Among their collection are labels from across the world including Italy, United States, and France. Wines like DRC’s Romanee-Conti Burgundy cost as high as $38,450 per bottle.
529 Wellington (Winnipeg)
You have every reason to visit 529 Wellington if you are searching for the best wine diversity. Located in an elegant historic mansion which was recently restored, 529 offers a list of wine with Manitoba’s highest rating. In 2004, 529 bagged Best of Award of Excellence by Wine Spectator Magazine. Chateau Les Pins 2013 Muscat is available for as low as C$7 but you will also find Remy Martin ‘Louis XIII’ which goes as high as C$195.
A great meal will not be complete without wine. Atelier understands this which is why they offer wine pairing to complement your menu starting from C$75 per person. The wine pairing comprises of 9 to 10 wines with an average of more than 3 standard glasses. Atelier also has an extensive list of wines and other drinks. One of the features of Atelier that stands it out from other restaurants is that while making reservations you can indicate your allergies so that the chef can customize your meal.
Bruce Wine Bar (Toronto)
Bruce has won the prestigious Wine spectator award. Visitors get to enjoy wood-fired pizza in an exquisite environment saturated with Canadian music. Bruce began as a tiny wine bar but has metamorphosed into a full-scale restaurant. On Bruce cellar still lies a great collection of local and international wines.
da Maurizio (Nova Scotia)
Located on Halifax’s historic waterfront, da Maurizio thrills visitors with a premiere dining experience. The serenity, premium service and comprehensive wine list has earned this prestigious restaurant national and international awards. A visit will leave you reeling in memories.