Going to the wine bar with a partner or friends is always a fun experience. Toronto has numerous options if you want to try unique tipples and delicious snacks. You will find rare wines, biodynamic drinks, and organic delights in the following places:

David Rocco Bar Aperitivo

The Yorkville area lucked out when David Rocco opened his wine bar on Cumberland Street. We recommend trying their prosecco and lambrusco with their burrata and crostone!

Paradise Grapevine

This is a dreamy bar with delectable snacks in the form of antipasti, artisan cheese, and potato chips. Try to get seated at the back patio as you enjoy their low-intervention wines.

Grey Gardens

Here is a charming spot in Kensington Market with a long wine list to satisfy even the choosiest drinker. Choose whatever suits your fancy. You will surely find something regardless of what you wish to drink for the night.

Archive Wine Bar

\When you are in the Dundas West area and craving wine, hit the Archive Wine Bar. Take advantage of its meat and cheese boards for a fun time. Their three-ounce portions of wine will also make wine sampling easier on your wallet.

Paris Paris

Can you believe that the airy wine bar was a repurposed auto garage? The gorgeous skylights and open-air patio make the experience even more romantic. The contemporary cuisine and low-intervention wines on their menu go well together.

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