This Canada Day, don’t be afraid to let your hair down and have a few glasses (or bottles) of wine in celebration! We’ve hand selected some of Canada’s most inspired wines for you to enjoy while thinking about how great Canada is!

 

10 Wines for Canadians, by Canadians, to Try This Canada Day!

 

Jost Vineyards – Maple Winemaple-wine-canada

The Maple Wine is made from maple syrup collected from trees in the vast maple forests of Nova Scotia. The maple “juice” is carefully cool fermented until the desired concentration of residual sugars is reached. I don’t think there’s anything more Canadian than that, really.

 

 

Lang Vineyards – The Original Canadian Maple Winemaple-wine-canada

Speaking of Canadian, this is a lovely blend of Chardonnay and Canadian Maple Syrup. A light dessert wine with a smooth finish! Pairs perfectly with caramel ice cream (and might even make a great wine ice cream float). Serve on waffles and pancakes. Canada Day treats!

 

 

Oliver Twist Estate Winery – French Embrace

When Chardonnay met Viognier. It’s the language of love for a reason, so raise a glass and toast the union of these two French grapes with an irresistible sip of sunshine. Embrace Canada’s French side, and maybe get a little romantic with this tasty wine on Canada Day!

 

Fairview Cellars – The Bearbear-wine-canada

We sure love our wildlife here in Canada, and bears certainly seem to have a special place in our hearts! The classic Meritage style blend from Fairview Cellars using all 5 Bordeaux grapes that Bill grows with the Malbec and Petit Verdot being introduced in 2010.

 

 

Coteau Rougemont – Bulles Versant Blanc Quebecquebec-canada-day-wine

Made with Vidal, Frontenac Gris and Frontenac Blanc, this bubbly matured on lees give off aromas of honey, peach, candied lemon and marzipan. Taste the festive side of the Versant Blanc this Canada with a lovely sparkling wine!

 

 

St Hubertus & Oak Bay Estate Winery –Canadian Red 150th Anniversary Pinot Noircanada-wine-birthday

It’s no longer Canada’s 150th birthday, but there is no wine better than this to discover the true flavours of Canada. This classic cool-climate Pinot Noir is the perfect match with BC West Coast Seafood, Cape Breton Lobster wrapped in Saskatchewan Bacon and North Folk Asparagus or some juicy Alberta steak.

 

 

Strewn Winery – Terroir Chardonnay Canadian Oakwine-ontario-canada

A crisp and fruity wine where the aromas and flavours of green apple, melon, papaya, vanilla, toasty oak, spice (bourbon), and coconut balance very well with its crisp acidity and smooth finish. The perfect wine to sip on if your Canada Day is a scorcher!

 

 

Frisky Beaver – Badass Bacobeaver-canada-animals-wine

For one, the beaver is the national animal of Canada (I think). Two, this is the perfect wine to serve if you’re having people over for snacks and drinks on Canada Day! Soft aromas of red berries earth and spice, full-bodied, subtle spice notes. The perfect company to a hearty meat dish or soft cheeses. Enjoy and repeat!

 

 

Vancouver Urban Winery – Merlotvancouver-merlot-wine-canada

Sleepy winery meets sprawling city on this Canada Day! Bright ruby with shades of purple. Juicy red berries, black cherries and a hint of South Okanagan sage. A medium, juicy palate with great length from bright acidity.

 

 

Salt Spring Vineyards – Rosé rosé-bc-canada-wine

For the classiest among us Canadians, this is a classic Rosé using Salt Spring Island grapes. Perfectly balanced aromas of strawberry and raspberry with a bright fruit character. Summer in a bottle, perfect for Canada Day celebrations!

 

 

 

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