Tapping into Vancouver’s New Wine Trend


Wine on tap is fresh and eco-friendly, with vintages coming from the country’s best vineyards. And Vancouver is leading the charge. Here’s why (and where) to sip a glass directly from the keg in the city.

Top Spots for Sipping Wine on Tap

Vancouver Urban Winery: A regularly changing selection of 32 wines on tap, paired with wine-friendly snacks such as cheese, olives and charcuterie.

Tap and Barrel: 14 wines on tap, and one of the city’s best patio scenes.

Pidgin: Wines and sakes on tap are served in vintage pop bottles with the tops cut off – a great visual pairing for the restaurant’s unpretentious yet elegant cuisine.

The Parlour: An innovative new pizza joint in Yaletown with a tight list of keg wines (the Yaletown, a cheeseless pie with seared albacore, jalapeños and cilantro, pairs beautifully with the Stag’s Hollow Con-Fusion).

Edible Canada Bistro: Already leading the sustainable charge with its seafood, this Granville Island bistro has 10 wines on tap, available by the glass or in create-your-own flights.

Provence Marinaside and TWB (Tap Wine Bar) Provence offers more than 100 wines by the glass. TWB features wine on tap and lot’s of delicious things to satisfy your hunger.

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  1. You missed Provence Marinaside and TWB – The Wine Bar. Provence offers more than 100 wines by the glass, the largest selection in Vancouver.

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