News | 15 September 2022
We now have 120 new wines from Ontario and Nova Scotia!
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New Arrivals
¥4,950
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¥11,000
93 WA 93 WA 94 WA 94 WA
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Top-rated Wines
Benjamin Bridge Nova 7 2019
Canada, Nova Scotia
98 QV
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¥3,520
¥8,800
¥4,950
4.3 VO 96 JS
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¥17,600
Meyer Micro Cuvee Chardonnay 2018
Canada, British Columbia
96 D 94 WSC 93 WA 93 GOW
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¥8,800
Summerhill Cipes Brut NV
Canada, British Columbia
95 SFC 92 WA 92 GM 91 NM 91 JS 89 D
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¥4,400
95 JG 94 WA 93 WA 93 WA
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¥8,800
¥6,050
¥5,500
¥7,700
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Date & Time
08 October 2022
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Heavenly Vines Store
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Thanksgiving Set #1
Thanksgiving Set #1
¥ 12,573
Thanksgiving Set #2
Thanksgiving Set #2
¥ 18,315
Monthly Sale - Syrah 10% OFF!
From semi desert Okanagan to some select sites in Niagara, Syrah is a genuine star grape, with a range of expressions that spans the old and new worlds. Expand your pallet if Syrah is a grape you usually overlook or experience Canadian expressions of this grape if you are already a fan! (uneligible for coupons)

About Canadian Wines

Canadian wine is a mere 0.3% of global production, making it difficult to obtain. Yet despite minuscule amounts, the quality is extremely high, leading to regular outstanding reviews by top world writers and  competitions. You'll find Canadian wines to be good value compared to similar styles from more famous regions!

Wineries by region

While the Niagara Peninsula in southern Ontario and the Okanagan Valley in southern British Columbia account for 80% of Canadian wine production, there are numerous additional outstanding regions within both provinces including the Similkameen Valley and Prince Edward County, and areas in Quebec and Nova Scotia. 

British Columbia
Mountains, oceans, lakes & desert creating diverse climates, producing wide range of varieties.
Ontario
Defined by latitude, lakes & limestone. Great Lakes make it perfect for cool climate grapes.
Quebec
Dry, fortified, sparkling and sweet wines from a variety of cold hardy grape varieties.
Nova Scotia
Primarily hybrid, with a new trend of vinifera plantings. Known for its specialization in sparkling.

About Canadian Spirits

In Alberta, where there are no wine-producing regions, the popularity of locally produced spirits has been growing rapidly in recent years. Craft gins and bitters, which are produced in small quantities, are popular, and their flavorful taste is attracting international attention.

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Alberta
Small distilleries producing high quality spirits with local ingredients & traditional methods.