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The very extensive wine list (over 400 varieties and up to 45 wines by the glass!
The original concept of a wine bar offering small but delicious dishes is still going strong today with offerings such as snacks, classics (like the now-famous grilled cheese sandwich and mini bison burger), seasonal dishes, cheese and dessert on the menu 7 days a week.
Head sommelière Véronique Dalle chooses her international selection of wines – including some pretty interesting Canadian picks – carefully and includes mostly private imports, from natural and biodynamic choices to more substantial crus.
For the past few years, Montreal has seen the proliferation of the wine bar concept, where one can discover some great bottles or revisit favourite ones.
Accords: Open since 2010 and located in the heart of Old Montreal, Accords has earned a spot among the top wine bars in Montreal.
The funky decor, old stone walls and beautiful terrasse contribute to the overall charm of this restaurant/wine bar.
The kitchen is open 7 days a week for dinner with lunch being served on weekdays and brunch on Sundays.
Chef Joe Frey cooks up a classic neighbourhood bistro menu interspersed with a few creative daily dishes.
Owner and sommelier Robert Herrera has created an extensive wine list with private imports only and quite a few wines by the glass.
Les Cavistes also doubles as a wine workshop spot and a boutique where you can purchase that great bottle of burgundy you had with your steak frites.