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We are a boutique winery specializing in small batch honey wines (mead) based out of Thorndale, Ontario. We pride ourselves on quality and innovation in our methods and in the types of wines we produce.

We are proud to use 100% Ontario honey sourced from local beekeepers. We source many of our fruit ingredients from our farm property - including apples from trees planted by settlers over 100 years ago!


Honey Pops
Sparkling Honey Wine Cocktail

Our first product is a delicious introduction to mead! The first product in Canada of its kind. 

Honey Pops are a sparkling honey wine cocktail: light and delightfully refreshing! Prepared with mead, sparkling water and a touch of honey to sweeten, these Pops pair well with just about anything!

5.4% alc./vol. | 355 mL |

Available now at the following locations:


Upcoming Products

Mead Rosé
Started November 2014. We crushed Cabernet Franc grapes, soaked the juice on the skins for several days, then pressed off the skins and mixed the juice with honey and water to start fermentation as a pyment (grape mead)! Early flavours emerging in fermentation include cassis and ripe berries.

Honey Apple Cider
This sparkling honey apple cider is made with fruit from our own heritage varietal apple trees!

Whiskey Barrel-Aged Mead
Sweet mead aged in a charred oak barrel, seasoned from years of aging at a boutique distillery in Chicago. A sipper!

 

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