Wine, harvests and wine places in Little Italy
September is the month of wine and harvest. The Jean-Talon Market is stormed and the residents of the neighbourhood still continue the tradition of making their own tomato sauce, preserves and...homemade wine! A tradition that does not (must) stop.
There are still several gardens with vines in Little Italy. Wine fanatic, a visit of these gardens will make you dream!
Suggestion: On your way to The Jean-Talon Market, stop in front of the gardens behind the market on Henri-Julien Street. You will find magnificent vines there.
Speaking of vines, how could we forget grappa! An Ancient tradition of the Italian-Canadian community, grappa is becoming more and more popular in Quebec. Our favorite: the yellow aged grappa!
Little Italy has several places specializing in wine, whether restaurants, wine bar or shops that offer a variety of wines. Here is our selection.
At Mon lapin, you will find bubbles, rosés, whites, reds, maceration, and grains. The card is mainly natural wines and privately imported, selected by Vanya Filipovic!
Address : 150 Saint-Zotique E Street
New Italian style wine bar where you will find a wide range of wines directly from the Bel Paese selected by Marco Romanelli.
Address : 6961 Saint-Laurent Blvd
A niche boutique with a Quebec flavour that includes the largest selection of artisanal alcoholic beverages in the province.
In addition to wine, cider and microbrewery beers, delicious ciders and ice wines, berry alcohols, mead and maple drinks can be found.
Address : 280 Place du Marché du Nord, Montreal
257 Dante Street
6750 Saint-Laurent Blvd
All the restaurants of Little Italy can satisfy the refined tastes of wine lovers and satisfy the curiosity of neophytes. Find here the full list of restaurants in Little Italy.
Good tasting and good harvest season!