Cheers! Wine Delivery from Restaurants

Craving a bottle from one of your favourite wine bars? While we’re unable to currently enjoy the stylish atmospheres and intimate crowds and of the city’s most well-loved wine spots, many are allowing us to bring the experience (or at least, part of it) home by offering wine delivery. Get your hands on a variety of bottles, from funky organics to European classics, delivered straight to your door from these Toronto restaurants.

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Paris Paris

Bring the cozy wine bar vibes home with you through Paris Paris’s webstore. The beloved Dundas West spot is currently offering their unique selection of wines online, available on Tuesdays and Fridays for takeout (from 2-5pm) and delivery (from 12-3pm) along with a few of their delicious snacks. You can also choose from pre-curated wine packs, or use their request form to have them create a special bundle for you based on style and budget preferences. Available for pickup and delivery from the restaurant every Tuesday and Friday.


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Paradise Grapevine

Known for their range of hard-to-find offerings like skin-contact and biodynamic wines, Paradise Grapevine is making it easy for their loyal customers to continue the experience at home (or, as they say, #dontpartywithusforawhile). Although you can no longer relish the summer months on their adorable ivy-adorned back patio, you can still visit their online shop to order funky natural wines, flavourful ciders and craft beers for delivery anywhere in Ontario within just one business day. Plus, all orders come with a bag of chips for your snacking pleasure! Available for delivery only, with next-day, Ontario-wide shipping that’s free over $100.


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Le Phenix

Whip out the checkered tablecloths and dim the lights, because the French bistro is now available in the comfort of your own home. Le Phenix originally opened as a temporary pop-up, but is now offering a selection of organic and sustainable wines alongside their thoughtfully-prepared modern European food to order. Both are available for takeout directly through the restaurant and for delivery through UberEats, seven days a week from 5-11pm. Delivery available through UberEats and takeout directly through the restaurant.

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Cavinona, Terroni’s own wine store, stocks a wide range of bottles from various regions of Italy. Their site allows you to filter by criteria like wine type, body, wood presence and other descriptors to customize your preference and find the ideal wine for your tastes. Delivery within Toronto is free, as well as pickup from their location on Front St. Delivery is free within Toronto via the Cavinona website, and pickup can also be arranged from the shop, Monday to Friday.


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Midfield Wine Bar

Fans of this Little Portugal cafe are in luck, as they’re currently offering a limited, rotating selection of wine and beer priced at 20-40% off. Orders are accepted via their website on Monday through Wednesday, and are available for pickup at their Dundas and Dufferin spot on Friday and Saturday afternoons. Snacks with wine are required, so choose from their menu of charcuterie, fancy cheeses and other small salty bites. Orders are accepted Monday to Wednesday through their website, for pickup every Friday and Saturday.


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Along with Aloette’s upscale bistro-meets-diner food, you can order a select few bottles of wine and craft beer cans through their food delivery carriers. They’re currently on UberEats and DoorDash for delivery and Ritual for pickup, so get your order in to enjoy a special bottle alongside their signature burger, fresh salads and crispy French fries. Ordering and delivery available through UberEats and DoorDash, as well as pickup through Ritual.

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