Remember when I wrote a post titled "Signs You Might Be Allergic To Wine"? Well, the good news is - organic wines contain less sulfites (or, sometimes, don't contain any at all) than non-organic wines, therefore they are "safer" for you even if you're allergic to them. Your body will react less severely to it and, ultimately, you will feel wonderful after your night of drinking.\nWith the help of a Montreal tattoo artist as well as an amateur organic sommelier, Donovan McRae a.k.a. @dmtattooer, we were able to put together the ultimate list of organic wines available in Montreal for our readers. If you know nothing about organic wines, like myself, you will appreciate this compilation. Save this for your next trip to the SAQ. You're welcome.\nLuzon Organic (careful, they make non-organic as well)\n- Great simple red, pretty much a light standard good wine\n- Often found at Dorval SAQ\n- Towards the cheaper side at 16.80$\nNerola Organic- Great Spanish red wine- Smooth medium bodied- in my top 5 picks- 20.75$\nTetramythos Kalavryta Organic\n- Really nice Greek red\n- a touch towards the sweeter side\n- very fair and worth it at 16.85$\nChateau Lionel Faivre Organic\n- Lovely French red wine\n- Most "Chateau" wines aren't worth the hype or price, this one is\n- 20.70$\nBonterra Organic- Get the Cabernet Sauvignon- Easiest Bio wine to find in stores- Nice easy breezy red wine, but hit and miss, sometimes great sometimes meh- 19.95$\nChâteau des Estanilles (L'Impertinent) Organic\n- Has a cute puppy on the label\n- Love this wine great every time!\n- in my top 5 favorites\n- 18.55$- Often found at Krikland SAQ\nDi Giovanna - Nerello Mascalese Organic- Flavorful Italian red- Only had it once but really enjoyed it- 19.75$\nCôte Roannaise - Vincent Willenbucher - Vieilles Vignes Organic\n- Very interesting French red wine- Had bought two bottles, one was spoiled and had to return it, the other was excellent!- 21.30$ worth the price for an interesting taste\nMoraza Tempranillo Organic- Spanish red, similar to Nerola and Nerollo- 18.75$\nHeinrich Organics- From Austria- They make 3 kinds which I am sure are all good, I had the Blaufrankish 3 times. It's fun!- 22.25$- Often found at SAQ Kirkland\nAbove are on my top rated list, bellow are some I wouldn't suggest:\nCono sur Cabernet Sauvignon\tChateau la Lieu\tSangervasio\tAlbet i Noya\t35 South\tChemin de Roubia\tDomaine des Huards\tBles-Crianza\tCotes-de-Rhone\tLapostolle Cuvee Alexandre\tAdobe Reserva\tDomaine du Petit Roubie\tBarbera D'Alba\tVento Di MareThere are many more that were just OK that I have not mentioned because they aren't good or bad, haha!\n*Keep in mind Bio wines are more prone to going bad because of the lower added sulfite levels, do not be shy to return the bottle at the SAQ for another, it happens often and I have done it OFTEN. I would say 1/10 organic bottles have spoiled, but do not let that fool you. When you get good ones, they are excellent and easier on the head the next day! :)\nA good trick is to use the SAQ website to see which stores have the wines you are looking for.\nPlease follow Donovan McRae on Instagram here.