THIRSTY YET?

Cana­dian liquor stores don’t sell much nat­u­ral wine yet, but these wine bars will be happy to oblige.

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VIN PAPILLON

The best place to wait for your ta­ble at Joe Beef is also one the best spots in the city to sam­ple eclec­tic wines. 2519 Notre-dame St West, Mon­treal vin­pa­pil­lon.com

GREY GAR­DENS

The new­est out­post by Toronto restau­ra­teur Jen Agg scores points for its boho-min­i­mal­ist decor, in­no­va­tive menu and a wine list to match. 199 Au­gusta Ave, Toronto grey­gar­dens.ca

MID-FIELD

The of­fer­ings here change con­stantly but this bar’s staff of wine nerds will make sure you find some­thing you love. 1434 Dun­das St. West, Toronto mid­field­wine.com

CI­LANTRO

This restau­rant’s ex­ten­sive cel­lar boasts a range of bio­dy­namic bot­tles from Cal­i­for­nia, New Zealand, France and Italy to pair with their menu of rus­tic Cana­di­ana. 338 17 Ave SW, Cal­gary cilantro­cal­gary.com

GRAPES AND SODA

The list at Van­cou­ver’s first nat­u­ral wine bar is small but di­verse, and mostly avail­able bythe-glass. All the bet­ter to dis­cover your next favourite vin­tage. 1541 West 6th Ave., Van­cou­ver grape­sand­soda.ca

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