Oh, Canada! 4 Pack


Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada

The story of Henry of Pelham winery begins in the late 18th century, when their great-great-great grandfather was granted the very land their vines grow on today. Six generations later, this family farm in the Short Hills Bench sub-appellation of Niagara Peninsula has blossomed into one of Canada's most eminent wine regions. Representing nearly two-thirds of the country's wine grapes, the peninsula owes its viticultural fame to the moderating effects of Lake Ontario and the protective barrier of Niagara Escarpment.

Niagara Peninsula 2022  Baco Noir, Henry of Pelham

This deep, dark red wine evokes ripe flavors of currant and blueberry. A touch of spice enriches the palate, leading to a smooth, velvety finish with oaky notes. Aged in American oak barrels for over six months, the sipper will enjoy structure and complexity. - Featured in Eater Wine Club March 2024

Pair it with barbecued meats, strong cheeses, cured meats, or even strawberries and black pepper for a surprising delight.




Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada


meg·a·lo·ma·ni·ac/noun: overestimation of one’s physical and mental prowess, of one’s power; madness; delusions of grandeur. - Megalomaniac crafts wines of distinction with a touch of sass!

Megalomaniac Winery is a passion project brought to life by owner John Howard. His goal was to craft exceptional Canadian wines while giving back - all proceeds benefiting the Kids' Health Links Foundation. Sourcing premium grapes from the Niagara Escarpment in Ontario, and using exclusively Canadian oak, Megalomaniac wines are truly Canadian at heart!

2022 Homegrown Red Blend Megalomaniac

Bright, pristine fruit, with crisp Anjou pear and juicy Okanagan white peach that are heightened by white orchard blossoms and fragrant Madagascar vanilla bean. Additional depth and complexity come from gracefully aging for 18 months in traditional Austrian oak casks, rounding the fruit with a subtle imprint of honey while providing a rich texture that’s harmoniously balanced by the crisp, saline finish. Alcohol 13.4%. 




Niagara Peninsula, Ontario, Canada

Niagara's sparkling wine specialists - 13th Street Winery was founded in 1998 in St. Catharines, Ontario, and purchased by the Mann and Whitty families in 2008, 13th Street has developed a reputation for crafting a wide range of high-quality, cool-climate sparkling wines from Niagara.

Much of their success can be attributed to their winemaker, Jean-Pierre Colas, who is originally from Chablis in France and joined 13th Street in 2009. His winemaking philosophy is simple - he believes that great wines come from the best grapes grown in the best vineyards, with winemaking techniques only utilized to supplement and capture the very essence of the grapes' terroir and character. Their success has culminated in being awarded the No. 1 Winery in Ontario and No. 2 in Canada at the 2022 National Wine Awards of Canada.

13th St Cuvee Rosé Sparkling



Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada


Ten years ago a couple from Slovakia, both winemakers, decided to move to Canada because of our show Hollywood and Vines. They opened a winery in the Okanagan and our paths were crossed forever. It was destiny.

Two years ago, we decided to put this beautiful story in a bottle. We started by questioning everything – the smallest decision, the most trivial detail – to try to create a wine that has every answer. Now you can hear what it has to say.

It’s a wine that has a lot to say. But it does so elegantly, almost quietly. It doesn’t demand your attention. It earns it.

Now, we can’t wait to share it with you.


Jason Priestley, Actor/Director , Terry David Mulligan, Broadcaster , 

Michal Mosny, Winemaker

2021 Q&A White Blend

 58% Roussanne, 34% Marsanne, 8% Viognier

The inaugural vintage of the Q&A White offers a generous nose of honeyed apricots, candied lemon, and beeswax, lifted by expressive orange blossom aromatics and delicate oak spice. Textured, intensely concentrated, and beautifully balanced, it will effortlessly cellar for three to five years.

12 months, 70% in oak | 8% new slovakian. Bottled on Oct 12th, 2022.