Traynor Family Vineyard - In the Media
Hey folks! Thanks for loving our wine – we work hard to deliver a great product and it makes it all worthwhile when we receive such stellar feedback.
Traynor Family has been making headlines with our orange wine, petillant-naturel (pet-nat) wines, Prince Edward County vermouth, and the more traditional wines in our portfolio.
Check out our recent press and find out what others are saying:
Traynor Pet-Nat makes the front page of the weekend Globe and Mail weekend edition!
Owner/winemaker Mike Traynor piques wine watchers’ curiosity with his unusual winemaking techniques.
Our reviews are as awesome as the people who wrote them – thank you!
A sweet interview with Mike and Rebecca on life, love, wine, and living in Prince Edward County.
An overview of our winery on the Prince Edward County Winegrowers Association site.
The Sparkling Winos dropped by the winery for a splash this summer – they loved our pet-nats!
Hattie Klotz speaks to Mike Traynor about the Marquette grape and what makes it so special.
For flavours that keep them coming back, visit Traynor Family Vineyards. Writer Melissa Eapen extols the virtues of the Madonna and pet-nat wines.
David Lawrason and Sara D’Amato know a thing or two about wine – they loved our unoaked chard and sauvignon!
Christine Sismondo can’t resist getting a plug in for our pet-nat wines!
We love our wine, it’s no secret. But in order to keep us in business, you need to love it too!
Though we may be a young winery, we’ve made ourselves a lot of fans. Check out some of the great reviews we’ve collected:
Read reviews from David Lawrason and Tony Aspler.
David Lawrason and Tony Aspler weigh in on this “impressive” wine.
David and Tony once again – “unusually zesty”, “richly extracted”.
Natalie reviews several wines from our portfolio on her popular site.
Michael Godel extols the “capacity to excite” of our sauv blanc.
User reviews of our sauv blanc: “serious complexity”.
Michael reviews our 2013 unoaked chardonnay, citing “beauty” “subtlety” and “hope for the future”.