Are you a big wine fan and love to stock up when you visit wineries? If you can’t make it to the wineries during these times and still want to keep your wine rack stocked with amazing wines, join a wine club.There are award winning wineries in each of the distinct wine regions of Ontario’s Southwest that offer wine clubs with numerous benefits including selections of their wine delivered straight to your door – anywhere in Ontario.

These wine club memberships also make for a great gift for the wine lover you need to shop for.

South Coast Wines

Burning Kiln Winery

Get monthly deliveries to your doorstep of this Norfolk County winery’s appassimento wines with their wine club. Choose from three options and you’ll get your wines at the start of each month. The wine club also gets you perks like complimentary wine tastings for you and friends/family as well as recipes and more.

BK Wine Club

For the holidays, the winery is offering special Kiln Kits. The kits lets you bundle a piece of merchandise, a gift card to the winery, Long Point Eco-Adventures, or an eatery, and a bottle of wine and have it shipped to a lucky recipient, or yourself 😊, all in one neat package!

Blueberry Hill Estates & Front Road Cellars

Join the Front Road crew at Blueberry Hill Estates & Front Road Cellars and get four shipments each year to you home, one for each season. They give you the option of doing a single box or year-long subscriptions. Did we mention that the boxes can contain their small batch hard ciders too? With the membership you get a private tour & tasting at the winery, Front Road Market preserves in each box and more. The winter shipment is December 14th, so get your name in now.

Blueberry Hill bottles

Huron Shores

Alton Farms Estate Winery

The first winery in Lambton County, Alton Farms offers up a wine club for those looking for a smaller shipment. You’ll get two bottles per box, delivered six times a year. Along with the shipments, you can take advantage of member only barrel tasting, access to limited release wines, and complimentary tours at the vineyard.

Alton Farms wine tasting

Dark Horse Estate Winery

The wine club at Dark Horse is all about giving you options. This Grand Bend winery offers four different subscription levels ranging from two bottles to 12 bottles per delivery from their catalogue of wines. Shipments comes four times a year, December, March, June, and September so get your order in now if you want to get in on the last delivery of the year.

Dark Horse bottles

EPIC Wineries

Sprucewood Shores Estate Winery

Sipping the wines of Sprucewood Shores on the winery’s private beach is hard to beat but getting a collection of their award-winning vino delivered directly to you is a good consolation prize. Pick from three tiers that deliver six, nine, or 12 bottles, four times a year. The two higher tiers even include one, or two, special reserve wines in each shipment. And of course, there’s additional perks too for when you do make it to Ontario’s only beachfront winery.

wine cheers

Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards

Sign up and get a taste of Canada’s most southernly wine region sent to you each month. The wine club from Cooper’s Hawk Vineyards lets you choose from red, white, or variety packages that deliver two wines each month. You will also enjoy perks at the winery including discounts at the on-site restaurant the Vines, notice of new vintages, tastings & tours, and a chance to join the wine maker at an annual dinner.

Wine bottles

Making Spirits Bright Holiday Gift Box

The wineries of EPIC Wine Country have come together for a very special holiday gift box that you can gift a wine lover on your list, or yourself! The gift box features 14 wines from different 14 different wineries! Order yours now and get it delivered right to your door. 

Gift box from EPIC wines

Don’t delay, sign-up for any of these clubs today and start shining up your favourite wine glass.

To learn more about what you can expect when exploring Ontario’s Southwest and see how businesses are trying to help you stay safe by following government and health guidelines, click here.