Authentic wines made by passionate people
Real wine is what we love. Wines that are a reflection of a place and a time, from grapes grown with love and respect for the land.
Mâcon-Villages 2014, Thevenet-Quintaine
Chardonnay 2016, Hobo Wines (Sonoma County)
Côtes du Jura Lices en Peria 2015, l’Aigle à Deux Têtes
Vin de France Vin Rouge 2016, Le Clos du Tue-Boeuf
Touraine Gamay 2015, Domaine Courtault-Tardieux
Morgon 2016, Marcel Lapierre
|BUBBLES||2 oz||4 oz||Bottle|
|Cidre du Fort Manel Argile, Julien Frémont (Normandy, France)||3.5||6.5||38|
|Brut, Roederer Estate (Anderson Valley, Californie)||6.5||11.5||68|
|Vin de France Brut Nature Moussamoussettes, Mosse (Loire) rosé||6.5||11.5||69|
|Whites & Rosés||2 oz||4 oz||Bottle|
|Macedonia Rosé de Xinomavro 2014, Thymiopoulos (Grèce)||5||9||52|
|Vouvray 2015, Champalou (chenin blanc; Loire)||6||10.5||62|
|Touraine La Tesnière 2015, Pierre-Olivier Bonhomme (menu pineau, chenin blanc; Loire)||6||11||65|
|Mâcon-Villages 2014, Thevenet-Quintaine (chardonnay; Bourgogne)||6.5||11.5||67|
|Lisboa Alvarinho 2013, Vale da Capucha (Portugal)||6.5||11.5||68|
|Bourgogne Aligoté Sextant 2015, Julien Altaber||7||12||72|
|Côtes du Jura Lices en Peria Chardonnay 2015, Domaine de l’Aigle à Deux Têtes||7||12||72|
|Reds||2 oz||4 oz||Bottle|
|Vinho Tinto Guardião, Casal Dos Jordões (tinta roriz, touriga franca, tinta barroca; Portugal)||4.5||7.5||45|
|Anjou 2013, Agnès et René Mosse (cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc; Loire) magnum||5||8.5||100|
|Touraine Gamay 2015, Domaine Courtault-Tardieux (Loire)||5||9||53|
|Aglianico Del Taburno Apollo 2010, Ocone (Campanie)||5.5||10||58|
|Barbera d'Asti Bandita 2013, Cascina 'Tavijn (Piémont)||6||10.5||62|
|Morgon 2016, Marcel Lapierre (gamay noir; Beaujolais)||6||11||66|
|Barolo del Comune di Serralunga d'Alba 2013, Principiano Ferdinando (nebbiolo; Piémont)||8||15||88|
|Negroni blanc||11||Gin, Del Professore vermouth, Vergano white vermouth|
|Mad-Fashion||11||Jim Beam bourbon, Vergano red vermouth, orange|
|Le J-F||12||Meletti anisetta, Highland Park 10 yr, earl grey|
|L’Herbacée 2.0||12||St-Laurent gin, yellow Chartreuse, St-Germain, jasmine, lime|
Wine is better with food! Jamie’s menu is meant for sharing: small plates and boards inspired by what’s available locally and seasonally. The food is unpretentious and wine-friendly by design (Jamie and Véronique don’t compete – except at ping pong).
Our guided workshops are led by Véronique or one of our trained sommeliers. No matter your knowledge or experience, you’re sure to learn something new! Whether it’s discovering a region or uncorking back vintages, pairing wines with food or practicing the fundamentals of tasting, it’s all about learning, exploring and sharing.
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We welcome groups of any size up to our maximum capacity of 75 people. We do fabulous “5 à 7”-style events (cocktail parties that fit into the sliver of time between work and home, great for decompressing or gearing up for a night out) but we also offer wine discoveries, guided tastings, business dinners, private workshops, team building…click the link to email Roxanne and let us know what you’re looking for!
SOIF Bar à Vin is a true wine bar, where wine is our focus. Our concise but ever-changing list offers authentic wines, wines that speak of a place, with a focus on organic and biodynamic growing practices. Natural and real wines made by passionate people!
But wine wouldn’t be the same without food! And they both make each other better. SOIF has a full kitchen and offers an award-winning menu of small and sharing plates, allowing guests to grab a bite or have a full meal. The food is purposely simple: great ingredients and simple preparations, to let flavors shine through and be very wine-friendly.
Véronique Rivest, the sommelier-owner, is one of the most respected sommeliers in Canada and abroad. She was the first woman to reach the podium at the World’s Best Sommelier Competition, placing 2nd in Tokyo in March 2013.
SOIF is all about pleasure: the pleasure of discovering new wines, of tasting, exploring, learning and sharing. All in a very laid back, friendly and fun atmosphere.
Where to Park
Meter parking is available on Rue Montcalm until 3pm. Paid parking lot in front of the Théâtre de l’Île available until 5pm.
Free street parking: Sainte-Bernadette, Charles-Bagot and Wright have 1hr parking and Taylor and de Carillon have 2hr parking.
Parking is free evenings after 6pm and on weekends on Rue Montcalm or in the municipal lot across the street.