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Comptoir Sainte-Cécile
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Dip into top cellars with wine delivery and takeout in Montreal

Brought to your doorstep or picked up, this wine delivery in Montreal will make staying indoors a little more bearable.

By JP Karwacki
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From one day to another, we might want to pass the time with some cheap adult grape juice from a dépanneur. Maybe we’ll spring for some delivery from the SAQ or the SQDC now and then. When we really want quality, however, we’re going to be keeping these restaurants with wine delivery and takeout in Montreal on speed dial (just be sure whether or not you’ll need to order food with your order). With wine bars in Montreal—heck, all of the best bars in Montreal—out of commission until things return to normal, we’ll just have to settle for dipping into the cellars of some amazing restaurants. Don’t forget: Some of these spots are offering the best takeout and delivery in Montreal, with some of them turning into high-class dépanneurs.

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Where to get great wine in Montreal for delivery or takeout

L'Express
Photograph: André Cornellier

L’Express

Montreal’s been taking to this restaurant for a long time, and it’s nice to know that their good are still available when the city’s locking down. The menu is to go, and that includes a massive amount of bottles of reds and whites, bubbles and rosés we don’t need to say we miss any time soon. Check out their wine list here.

Loïc
Photograph: Courtesy Loïc

Loïc

This is an honorary entry. Loïc was recently told that they couldn’t operate their wine to go and delivery in the city because they are chiefly registered as a bar. They switched to a takeout restaurant with the option of buying wine, but the police have said they can’t continue despite the shift. Sign the petition here if you think they’re in the right.

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Le Bureau Bar Tapas
Photograph: Le Bureau Bar Tapas / @lebureaubartapas

Le Bureau Bar Tapas

Get 20% off bottles of wine when you drop in on their restaurant-bar from take-out. You can find a lot of solid choices in terms of biodynamic, vegan and natural wines here, plsu some bubbles if it’s a special occasion.

Mauvais Garçons
Photograph: Mauvais Garçons / @restomauvaisgarcons

Mauvais Garçons

There’s not only a 15% discount on your bottle of wine when order for pick-up at this restaurant, but there’s a 15% discount off your food order as well. That’s a pretty sweet deal that’s hard to pass up; grab some fried chicken sliders, tuna tartare, a bottle of funky orange and watch Netflix. Done.

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Chez Victoire
Photograph: Chez Victoire / @chezvictoire

Chez Victoire

Hard to go wrong with a 30% (no typo, we swear) discount off this superb French restaurant’s selection of wines. While you’re planning on which bottle to grab for takeout, pair it with some mouthwatering eats like oysters, cavatelli, steaks and desserts—we’re not drooling, you’re drooling.

Diplomate
Photograph: Diplomate / restaurantlediplomate.com

Diplomate

If you don’t know, now you know: Chef Aaron Langille’s restaurant has one of the best wine cellars in this city, procuring a lot of exceedingly interesting bottles at a 20% discount you can (rather, have to, as that’s the condition for the discount) pair with some thought-provoking eats (bonus: you can buy a box of mix’n’match of your choice). There’s always something new to see via the restaurant’s Instagram page.

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Beau Mont
Photograph: Beau Mont / @beaumont.mtl

Beau Mont

In addition to turning into a chic dépanneur that provides a lot of restaurant-quality good from local producers, chef Normand Laprise and the teams from his Toqué! teams are doing dinner and selling their wines from their newest enterprise Beau Mont.

Hélicoptère
Photograph: Hélicoptère / @helicoptere.mtl

Hélicoptère

Having flipped to a takeout restaurant for the city as a whole and delivery for everyone in the immediate area in and around Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, Hélicoptère’s wine list is also up for grabs. You can find a sample of their offerings here, a photo which displays some responsible social distancing in and of itself.

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Au Pied de Cochon
Photograph: Au Pied de Cochon / @cabaneaupieddecochon

Au Pied de Cochon

No stranger to enjoying good and wine, this pride and joy of the Montreal culinary landscape has a wide range of Quebecois goods you can pick up from their restaurant-turned-dépanneur, some wines, ciders and beers are available for you to pick up from their primary address on Duluth.

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La Bête À Pain
Photograph: La Bête À Pain / @labeteapain

La Bête À Pain

Up in Ahuntsic, you can either pick up bottles directly from this choice bakery and restaurant—alongside some of the best bread and pastries in town in addition to ready-to-eat meals—or you can order it for delivery, provided you’re within their radius.

Boucherie Bar à Vin Provisions
Photograph: Boucherie Bar à Vin Provisions / restaurantprovisions.ca/bar-a-vin

Boucherie Bar à Vin Provisions

Don’t bother asking us why more people aren’t talking about this amazing restaurant, its continual service to the city to provide us with good food and wine. Grabbing some delicious brochettes or just getting a solid slice of steak to cook yourself at home is one thing, but if you don’t take advantage of the cellar they have here, that’d be criminal.

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Nouveau Palais
Photograph: Nouveau Palais / @nouveaupalais

Nouveau Palais

Choice burgers and other casse-croûte comforts are so, so essential when dealing with the doldrums of staying inside day in and day out. When you do finally see sunlight again during an excursion for good food to bring home, consider grabbing some wine from this famous spot while you’re waiting on a burger or two.

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Le Butterblume
Photograph: Le Butterblume / @lebutterblume

Le Butterblume

We’ve always enjoyed—and now dearly miss—having some of the best brunch in Montreal at Le Butterblume. However, the other half of their operation, a boutique grocery store, is taking the full load of labour by providing Montrealers with quality goods, and that definitely includes wine. Your best bet is to visit their store to see what they’ve got in stock.

Pastaga
Photograph: Pastaga / @restaurantpastaga

Pastaga

You may not be able to grab a seat at Martin Juneau’s restaurant any time soon, but you can pick up enough good food and good wine to bring home and feel like you’re there. Their cellars’ stocks of natural wine alone is a great reason to drop and get something you’ll never find at an SAQ.

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Comptoir Rhubarbe
Photograph: Comptoir Rhubarbe / @comptoirrhubarbe

Comptoir Rhubarbe

In addition to the savory snacks of the Comptoir and something sweet from Stephanie Labelle’s bakery, we strongly recommend you grab some wine from this place. If you’re not sure what to get, just ask the person at the counter what would pair best with your order. You won’t be disappointed.

Cafeden
Photograph: Cafeden / @Cafedenrestaurant

Cafeden

As one of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Montreal, this is one of the most solid bets you can make when heading out in search of solid pho, rolls and papaya salads; why not make it a romantic/special night by grabbing some expertly chosen wines from them as well?

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Fugazzi
Photograph: Fugazzi / fugazzimtl.com

Fugazzi

Fluffy Neapolitan crust pizza from this Point-Saint-Charles restaurant will give your stomach the warm embrace it needs in trying times like this, but make it extra special with some of the wines they have available here. Our latest reports say it’s 10% off there as well.

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