Chardonnay: the “winemaker’s grape” takes a swing at the winemaker

Dec 14 , 2018

Michael Traynor

Chardonnay: the “winemaker’s grape” takes a swing at the winemaker

    This one was a real challenge ... Because all our wines are minimally handled and since the methods we do use tend to be, shall we say “rustic”, it gives us a fairly finite palette to work wit...

What's the deal with Orange Wine?

Jan 04 , 2018

Rebecca Traynor

What's the deal with Orange Wine?

  Orange wine is being called the “new” fall wine, but interestingly enough, it’s has been around a lot longer than you think. Are orange wines made from oranges? We hear this one a lot! The answe...

Dec 15 , 2017

Rebecca Traynor

First Date: Wine and Appetizers to Spark Conversation

First dates are the stuff of legend. Everybody’s got a first date story. Whether it’s the start of a beautiful adventure or an absolute disaster, the night will very likely be something to remembe...

Wine Tasting Is About The Experience, Not Just The Wine. Here’s How To Enjoy!

Dec 15 , 2017

Rebecca Traynor

Wine Tasting Is About The Experience, Not Just The Wine. Here’s How To Enjoy!

Wine tasting is fun and most people that are out and about touring and tasting are in it to learn about wine and also to enjoy a variety of different wines and wine styles. Most are not wine conno...

Small Production, Exclusive Wines & Natural Winemaking Methods  - It’s Kind Of Our Style To Push The Limits.

Dec 15 , 2017

Rebecca Traynor

May 18 , 2015

Michael Traynor

Blooming Vines

It’s already Victoria Day weekend. Time to now enjoy our extended business hours and long weekend crowds. One of our favourite parts of the day is meeting and greeting the various travelers from al...