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CN Tower Wine Cellar

A top-notch restaurant experience should deliver more than a great meal - it should also have an impressive wine cellar.


At 351m/1,151 feet, the wine cellar at 360 The Restaurant at the CN Tower is officially the World’s Highest and one of the most attractive. The Cellar in the Sky is inspired by the finest European tradition, with precision climate and humidity controls. Boasting a 9,000-bottle capacity, the glass-fronted working display is adorned with redwood cedar racks, double cherry doors, a beautiful stone floor, and a tasting table, bringing new world elegance to a chic precision-controlled wine storing facility maintained at a constant 58°F temperature and humidity.

The carefully curated wine selection has earned 360 the distinction of a Wine Spectator Magazine Best of Award of Excellence (recipient since 1999) and a DiRoNA, Distinguished Restaurants of North America since 1997 (the most reliable source of the most incredible dining experiences in North America). The team will be happy to choose the right bottle to amplify your dining experience. Whether you’re looking to try something from a small winery, a global classic, or to splash out on a bottle of Louis Roederer Cristal, the team is knowledgeable about every bottle in the cellar.  

What’s the biggest seller? Canadian wines. The winemakers of Ontario and British Columbia are producing beautiful wines right now, and 360 stays on top of ever-evolving Canadian vineyards. And don’t forget to end your night on a sweet note with world-famous Canadian ice wine.

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