A quick summary of customer favourites, old and new, with direct links for purchase, before they sell out!


New Releases
2021 Matthias Hager Gruner Veltliner Mollands – $26.95 Bottle
2020 Andre Aubert Grignan Les Adhemars – $17.95 bottle
2019 Ramsay Cabernet Sauvignon California – $24.95 bottle
2019 Bodegas Puiggros Signes del Priorat – $47.95 bottle
2019 Château Lamartine Tradition Cahors – $22.95 bottle
2020 Château de Montfaucon Lirac Blanc – $32.95 bottle
2019 Château de Montfaucon Lirac Rouge – $29.95 bottle
2021 Stekar Rebula – $29.95 bottle
2021 Fattoria di Sammontana Alberese Rosso – $21.95 bottle
2015 Punset Barbaresco Basarin Riserva – $72.95 bottle
2020 Mas Carlot Générations Blanc – $18.95 bottle
2016  Ca’Del Monte Ripasso – $26.95 bottle

Mix Cases
12 Days of Wine
Holiday Special Treats
Holiday Dinner Party
Rose Bubbles
Chateau Barioullet Mixed case
Coto De Gomariz Mix Case
Dreamy Autumn Reds
Mesquida Mora Mix Case
Chardonnay All day
Domaine Viret Cosmoculture Mix Case
Paulo Laureano Mix Case
Escoda Sanahuja Mix Case
Pearce Predhomme Mixed Case
Emma Mix case

RAW Wine Fair: wines available now
2019 Elios Modus Bibendi Macerato – $38.95 bottle
2020 Elios Modus Bibendi Bianco – $29.95 bottle
2020 Elios Modus Bibendi Rosso – $32.95 bottle
2021 Elios Glou Glou Nerello Mascalese – $28.95 bottle
2018 Punset Neh! Langhe Rosso – $22.95 bottle
2015 Punset Barbaresco Basarin Riserva – $72.95 bottle
2021 Frederic Brouca Foulage Gaulois Pinot Noir – $25.95 bottle
2020 Frederic Brouca Champs Pentus – $29.95 bottle
2020 Frederic Brouca Champs Pentus Blanc – $24.95 bottle
2021 Matthias Hager Gruner Veltliner Mollands – $26.95



Explore the crus of Beaujolais!! Find out why cru Beaujolais is favoured by sommeliers with a special Discover Beaujolais six-pack curated by the experts @WineAlign (you won’t find these wines anywhere else!). Perfect for your turkey feast, holiday entertaining or as a gift for the wine lover in your life.

WineAlign critics @johnszaboms @mgodello will host a virtual happy hour to give you the skinny on these wines and what makes the region so special. Watch it live on Thurs. Dec. 15 or view the playback at any time!

The Case – $176.11 plus HST and delivery

Chateau de la Chaize Brouilly 2019: Brouilly is Beaujolais’s largest and southernmost cru. The historic Chateau de la Chaize dates to 1676. The domaine’s vineyards are in conversion to organics with a plan to get to carbon-neutral and zero-waste production in the near future.

Stéphane Aviron Chénas AOP 2020: Chenas is the smallest cru in Beaujolais and it’s where winegrower Stéphane Aviron has sought out parcels of old vines, including some that date back to 1913.

Domaine d’Argenson Cote de Brouilly Cuvée Première 2017: Made from 50-year-old vines in the Cote de Brouilly cru, which is nestled within the larger Brouilly cru. Cote de Brouilly soils are thin, stony, and granitic. Some Beaujolais’ most structured wines come from this cru.

Domaine Nicole & Romain Chanrion Côte de Brouilly 2018: From mother and son team and current custodians of the Chanrion estate, which has been in production at the foot of Mont Brouilly since 1861.

Loron Juliénas Domaine de la Vieille Église 2020: This wine is from Jean Loron’s premium Beaujolais range of estate-grown wines, produced in a deconsecrated church in Juliénas.

Miss Vicky O Joie Fleurie 2020 (3 x 250mL cans): These 250mL cans offer sustainability and convenience for a wine best enjoyed when young and fresh. Fleurie produces the most delicate and elegant of the Beaujolais crus.






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