Winemaking made easy.
A great choice for craft winemakers who want a light, pleasant wine that is easy to make and ready to drink in less time.
In just four weeks you can make your own craft wine perfect for sipping in the afternoon on the patio or enjoying with dinner every night.
A medium-bodied and dry Merlot style wine with aromas of tart strawberry and flavours of berries with light floral notes and a short clean finish.
Pairs well with Shepherd’s pie or beef stew.
A dry and light-bodied wine with crisp acidity and very little tannin; plenty of fruit flavour with some cherry and red berry notes.
Serve with pasta and roasted vegetables or grilled eggplant.
A Shiraz style with fruity aromas of ripe raspberry with floral and spice nuances; dry and full-bodied with balanced acidity and soft tannins.
Tastes great with barbequed meats or pizza.
A traditional, unoaked French style red wine with spice and berry fruit aromas, rich berry fruit on the palate and spicy notes in the finish.
Enjoy with a heavy meat dish or wild rice and mushroom salad.
A balanced classic Cab style wine with berry, toast and vanilla aromas and berry flavour with well integrated oak.
Try it with meatballs or lamb chops.
Unoaked and dry, this California style white wine is light and fruity.
Pairs well with salmon and roasted squash or garlic bread and crab cakes.
A traditional style dry and lightly oaked Chardonnay with pear, apple, herbal and mineral notes and a crisp finish.
Enjoy with grilled fish, chicken or buttered popcorn.
A classic off-dry and medium bodied Riesling style wine with floral and ripe fruit aromas, light mineral notes and a refreshing acidity.
Serve with fish tacos and jalapeno or spicy shrimp.
A refreshing, medium-bodied, dry Sauvignon Blanc style wine with crisp, green apple flavours and pleasant herbal notes. Unoaked.
Perfect with light seafood dishes or white meat.
A typical dry Pinot Grigio style, this wine boasts aromas of tart green apple with crisp citrus and honey flavours.
Pair with grilled seafood or Asian strirfry.