Summer is finally here and a wine club delivery is the perfect way to stock up for the season. We are excited to announce that BC's Black Hills Estate Winery is our featured winery for July! Sign up for the Wine Club today to get a selection of their outstanding wines shipped right to your front door including one wine that is exclusive to our wine club! Read on to see which wine is only available to lucky wine club subscribers.
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Writing on Canadian Wine by the MWC team Kurtis Kolt (BC), Ben MacPhee-Sigurdson (MB) Jake Skakun (ON), Michelle Bouffard (QB) and various national guest contributors.
Introducing our featured act for the month of August: Play Estate Winery! What started as a passion project among a group of friends and business partners has grown into a beautiful iconic and modern winery overlooking the Skaha Hills and Okanagan Valley. Lucky wine club subscribers will receive a selection of Play Estate’s fantastic wines in their beautifully designed bottles. Not a member yet? Sign up here!
We’re well on our way through autumn and, yup, winter will be here before we know it. Increasingly, comfort food becomes our go-to. For me, when it comes to familiar, tummy-warming, delicious meals for the season – it doesn’t get much better than fried chicken. In celebration of this week's free shipping deal, I've paired fried chicken dishes with three expertly crafted wines from Moraine Estate Winery in B.C.'s Okanagan Valley. Continue reading
The sun is shining, temperatures are creeping up to what we could consider “seasonal” here in Toronto and, most excitingly, we have partnered with Lacey Estates Winery, a true gem from Prince Edward County, to offer free shipping all week long when you buy six or more bottles of wine! Use coupon code FREE15 at checkout. Continue reading
What’s in a name? Well, if you’re Okanagan Falls winery Blasted Church Vineyards, it’s 80+ years of area history.
In 1929, a crew was sent to dismantle an old church at a nearby abandoned mine; a small amount of dynamite was used to loosen nails on the building, which (amazingly) survived mostly intact. The 120-year-old church now looks out over the vineyards of Blasted Church, which was established in 2002 by ex-Vancouverites Evelyn and Chris Campbell. Continue reading