We’re so proud to partner with Stoller Wine Group (Stoller Family Estate & Chehalem Winery) here in Ontario – they are estate driven and family owned with a deep commitment to sustainability (The world’s first LEED Gold certified winery, Certified B Corp since 2017, LIVE, Salmon Safe and the list goes on). Who’s behind all this? Founder Bill Stoller, who was just honoured with the prestigious Diploma of Honour from the Fédération Internationale des Confréries Bachiques for his exceptional contributions to the world of wine. Bill joins an exclusive club of only 26 individuals that have received this honour, recognizing his support of wine brotherhoods, promotion of the F.I.C.B.’s values and his unwavering commitment to honouring heritage while pushing the boundaries of excellence.

The wines speak for themselves – but the critics also like to talk about them! Don’t miss your chance to try some of these exceptional wines!

Stoller 2022 Pinot Noir Willamette Valley
92pts – Michael Godel for WineAlign, November 2023
Stoller’s Estate Pinot Noir is a lithe and ethereal Willamette Valley example predicated on a few variegate tones of red fruit, sweet acidity and really fine tannins. They are not powerful ones nor is the wine a hefty, weighty or dense one. Worthy of words and praises like lovely, elegant and understated. A wine for all occasions with its unique kind of subtle power and this uncanny ability to exude calm. Would hold out my glass every day for a pour of this.

Retail $44.99/btl – available for backorder, ETA July

Stoller 2022 Chardonnay Dundee Hills Willamette Valley
92pts – Tim Fish for Wine Spectator, February 2024
This pretty white is graceful yet rich, with floral lemon, Anjou pear and toasty spice flavors that linger on the plush finish. Smart Buy.

Retail $32.99/btl

Stoller 2023 Pinot Noir Rosé Willamette Valley
92pts – Clive Pursehouse for Decanter, March 2024
Fresh and fleshy with lifted aromatics of grapefruit flesh, wild green strawberries and a touch of sweet hay. Rainier cherries, a kiss of peach fuzz, and raspberry leaf flavours balance the wine’s bright freshness with a savoury touch of structure – zingy and delicious.

Retail $32.99/btl

2021 Chehalem Pinot Noir Chehalem Mountains Willamette Valley
91pts – James Suckling, July 2023
This is attractive with bright cherries, raspberries, dried blood orange and pomegranate. Some spices, too. It is toned and compact on the palate with chalky tannins and fresh cherry and savory herb flavors. Medium body. Flavorful finish. Drink now.

Retail $49.99/btl – only 1 case left!
Wines are sold in cases of 12 bottles unless otherwise indicated. Delivery charges may apply. Some quantities are limited, and are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.