Vintner's Cellar Ottawa

The Process and Price

Price List

              Understanding The Six Week Process 

Vintner's Cellar uses a six week process when making wine from all of our kits.  We take extra care to ensure that the wine has completed the fermentation process naturally, and that the CO2 has had a chance to come out of the wine after stabilization.  During stabilization we chill the wine down to 0 degrees Celsius to minimize the chance of you getting wine diamonds (tartrates).
We feel that this process has a positive impact on the taste of your wine and should not be rushed. 



                                              All of our kits yield approximately 30 - 750ml bottles
                                                     All prices include labels, shrink caps and corks
                                              Please refer to our wine catalog of over 60 varieties

 



Gold Medallion - $119.99
A quality 8L concentrate where reverse osmosis water is added prior to fermentation.  Equivalent to a 12-15 dollar wine at the LCBO. 

Fruit Wines - $133.99
Our fruit wines are made from a quality 8L concentrate kit.  Some have upgraded to the 100% juice for an extra treat. 


Ice Wines - $139.99 ($249.99 for double batch)

These sweet dessert wines are made from our popular Riesling or Cabernet Sauvignon wine kits. For an extra tasty treat we add Maple or Black Cherry and Chocolate.

100% Supreme Juice - $174.99
By far our most popular quality level.  A 23L pure juice kit where only yeast is added.  Equivalent to a 25-30 dollar wine at the LCBO.


Vintner's Limited Reserve - $189.99
​A premium region specific 16L kit where by the grapes are sourced from the best growing regions around the world.  Equivalent to a 35-45 dollar wine at the LCBO.  This includes our fortified Port wine (yields 16 bottles).

Vintner's  Select Series - $219.99 (some kits come with Grape Skins and have a $30 surcharge)
A premium 23L kit that is country specific or comes from aged vines. These have an  Alcohol content that is slightly higher.  Equivalent to a 45-55 dollar wine
at the LCBO.