What’s New

Introducing a new way to Après.

August 30, 2017

Raise a glass and say cheers to Après, your NEW after-dinner indulgence or special occasion showstopper.

Raise a glass and say cheers to Après, your NEW after-dinner indulgence or special occasion showstopper. Available in dessert wine and icewine style, Après will be replacing Speciale this month. Starting today three scrumptious dessert wine flavours are available, but only for a very limited time.

Indulge in the classic taste of Chocolate Raspberry with notes of warm cherries and plums supported by a racy zing of bright raspberry and luscious chocolate. This is the flavour you’ve come to love and it remains unchanged in the new Après brand. Back by popular demand, Chocolate Salted Caramel offers the ultimate in sweet and salty with the velvety decadence of chocolate beautifully blended with rich and creamy salted caramel. Or, treat yourself to new rich and smokey Toasted Marshmallow with smooth vanilla and decadent caramelized notes. Contact your retailer today for more details.

Patio Refreshers!

July 10, 2017

Grapes picked at night, Wine Lover’s delight.

The summer-staple Hard Pink Lemonade is back and it’s brought a couple of friends. Meet NEW Peach Bellini and Mango Mai Tai, here for a limited time. These new flavours offer the same light and refreshing style you love about Island Mist, with a fun and unique cocktail flavour twist.
 
Stop by 270 Piccadilly Street today to learn more!

World Vineyard™ Pink Moscato

May 1, 2017

Sip, smile, repeat. World Vineyard™ Pink Moscato is back!

Sip, smile, repeat. World Vineyard™ Pink Moscato is back!

Featuring a brand new look with the same fresh flavours of strawberry, raspberry and cherry you loved last year. Pink Moscato is light and refreshing on the palate making it great on its own or the perfect complement to spicy BBQ dishes and fresh fruit.

Don’t miss your chance for this summertime wine, contact your Winexpert™ retailer and get yours today.

Island Mist™ Hard Blueberry Lemonade and Hard Pink Lemonade

March 20, 2017

Refresh your Patio with New Island Mist™ Hard Blueberry Lemonade and summertime favourite Hard Pink Lemonade!

Refresh your Patio with New Island Mist™ Hard Blueberry Lemonade and summertime favourite Hard Pink Lemonade! With just the right balance of sweet and tart, these Island Mists are perfect on the patio.

Only available for a limited time, see your Winexpert™ retailer today.

Selection™ Sauvignon Blanc Rosé

March 1, 2017

We’ve brought it back! LIMITED RELEASE Selection™ Sauvignon Blanc Rosé is available one last time!

We’ve brought it back! LIMITED RELEASE Selection™ Sauvignon Blanc Rosé is available one last time! Offering up tropical notes of pineapple and white peach with raspberry and cherry. The off-dry finish is balanced by expressive acidity for a refreshing, crisp wine that’s great on its own or with your favorite seafood dish.  Our limited release Rosé sells out quickly every year, and since it won’t be offered again you don’t want to miss out.  See your retailer today.

Introducing a bold, enigmatic blend from Selection

July 21, 2014

New ENIGMA from California has intense fruit aromas and notes of black cherry, coffee, chocolate and vanilla. Full bodied with a smooth, round finish.

New ENIGMA from California has intense fruit aromas and notes of black cherry, coffee, chocolate and vanilla.  Full bodied with a smooth, round finish.

Food friendly, this wine pairs well with everything from pizza to pasta and is a great match for meats like ribs or chicken with sweet and sticky marinade.

What’s the Difference Between Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris?

March 7, 2014

What is the difference between Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris most will ask?  They are actually the same grape variety, however, Pinot Gris originates in France and across the border in Italy is where Pinot Grigio is known. Pinot Grigio is typically lighter bodied, crisp, fresh with a touch of spice.  Whereas, Pinot Gris wines are more …

What is the difference between Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris most will ask? 

They are actually the same grape variety, however, Pinot Gris originates in France and across the border in Italy is where Pinot Grigio is known.

Pinot Grigio is typically lighter bodied, crisp, fresh with a touch of spice.  Whereas, Pinot Gris wines are more full-bodied, richer, spicier and more viscous in texture.

When pairing food with these wines – Pinot Grigio being lighter is best suited with light dishes such as fish or light appetizers.  In contrast the richness of a Pinot Gris works together with something

heavier such as veal chops, chicken casseroles and most hard cheeses.

So the next time you get together with friends, have a taste test and ask them if they can detect the differences in the two wines.